The Collinsville Regional Championship is this weekend. In this article we take a look at the expected metagame for the tournament, how cards from Sun and Moon will impact the format, an updated Vespiquen/Flareon list, Solgaleo GX/Bronzong, and the differences between Toad Bats and Toad/Decidueye.
Taking a look at the events of the Arizona Regional Championships. This article goes over the results, issues with the tournament operations, as well as Andrew’s tournament report with Vespiquen/Flareon.
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.
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.
A look into the dominance of Night March during week 1 of the 2016 State Championship series.
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?
A look at Yveltal EX in the Expanded format for City Championships. The article explains why Yveltal decks are still a strong play for Expanded as well as some brief tournament reports and deck lists for 2nd and 3rd place Yveltal decks from this past weekend.
With Vileplume making its return in Ancient Origins, bench sitting Item lock is once again a thing opening up new attack strategies under the presence of an Item lock. That means in the Expanded format VVV (Vanilluxe/Vileplume/Victini) can make its return so be ready for two scoops of pain coming to a tournament near you.
Pokemon shook up the meta game last week when they banned Lysandre’s Trump Card from tournament play. Check out this article to see who won and who loss as a result of the ban.