A look at the Win a Trip tournament at the Origins Game Convention. This was a State Championship level tournament played in the US Nationals format in Columbus, Ohio this past weekend. Included in the article is the Night March/Vespiquen deck that Andrew used for Top 8 in the tournament.
It’s hard to believe, but players are less than three weeks away from playing in the 2016 U.S. National Championship. With Nationals quickly approaching it’s…
The Kamex Mega Battles are a series of four tournaments that make up the core of the Japanese World Championship qualification system. In this article Evan MacPhaul goes over what goes down at a Mega Battle, we go over the results of the four tournaments, and take a look at a couple of Giratina EX decks.
A recap of the week’s latest actions. This past week Fates Collide became legal for Regional for the first time in the Expanded format with four Regional Championships taking place in the United States. Additionally, Brazil held a National Championship in the XY-BPT format.
A look at the action from Week 2 of Regional Championships in Georgia and Wisconsin, German National Championship, my tournament experience in Wisconsin with Vespiquen/Flareon, and a new Supporter that will be released that aims to counter Night March.
This is a new series that takes a look at the happenings in the competitive Pokemon TCG Community over the past week. This past weekend Spring Regional Championships started in North America, National Championships started in Europe, and a game mechanic will be revived in the next XY set.
The final Pokemon expansion of the season is here. Check out what’s good and what’s not in our Fates Collide set review.
With the latest update of the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online, Pokemon introduced the Legacy Format. The Legacy Format has a legal card pool spanning from Heart Gold & Soul Silver Base Set to Legendary Treasures. In this article we lay down the framework of the new format.
Night March was the most dominant deck of this season’s State Championship series. In this series we look at what the other best deck of the series were, the matchups among the top decks, and trends in the game.
First place Missouri State Championship report using Vileplume AOR/Vespiquen AOR.