The North American International Championship is this week. Check out the Top 10 decks that you should expect to see at the tournament in this article, along with curated decklists for some of the best and most relevant lists for these decks.
In this edition of Weekend Report we go over the action of the Philadelphia Regional Championship, which was won by Jonathan Crespo and his Trevenant BREAK deck. Also in the article is Andrew’s Rainbow Road tournament report, and the Top 8 results from Liverpool.
The Orlando, Florida Regional Championship played this past weekend was the first major Standard Format tournament of the 2016-2017 Pokemon Season. A record number of Pokemon players flocked to Florida for the weekend to battle it out to become a Regional Champion. In this edition of Weekend Report we take a look at the action of this past weekend’s Regional Championship.
Breaking down what the top decks are of the 2016-2017 Standard Format for the beginning of the new season.
A look into why Night March ended up being so good at US Nationals as well as the results of US Nationals as a whole. Additionally, a look into Andrew’s 36th place finish at US Nationals with Night March/Vespiquen.
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.
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 latest Pokemon TCG set BREAKpoint will be legal for tournament play this weekend, meaning cards from the new set will be in decks at the Regional Championships played in Florida and Oregon this weekend. This of course also means that the Sableye, Puzzle of Time, Life Dew combo is now legal. Will Sableye be way too good? What can stop it?