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Rules Forum / Poke vs Two Time Two Time
« on: August 10, 2018, 07:12:53 PM »
Not sure if this should be under Rules or Gen discussion, but it seems abit more rule-ish so it came here.
Why is it that Two Time! Two Time! is able to reverse Poke when Poke has an RMS that explicitly says it can only be reversed by Step Aside?

Does it
1. Qualify as a reversal because it explicitly says it CAN reverse Poke even though Poke say you CANNOT, or
2. Qualify as a reversal because card text naming specific cards will override any reverse restriction?

Two Time! Two Time!
Action + Antic / Reversal: Special
When you have lower Fortitude, can only be reversed by 2 reversal cards. This card is -2F for each D: 2+ card in your opponent's Ring. As an action, choose two of the following: draw up to 2 cards, shuffle up to 2 cards from your Ringside into your Arsenal, remove up to 2 cards in his Ringside from the game, flip up to 2 D: 0 cards in any Ring over, he puts 2 cards from his hand on the bottom of his Arsenal, or he overturns 2 cards. As a reversal, this card is -22F; reverse Poke or Shake, and he discards 2 cards.
Unique, Multi, Permanent, RMS
F:22 D:2

Poke
Strike
Can only be reversed by the card titled Step Aside.
RMS
F:0 D:1

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Deck Reviews - Revolution / <R> Rob Van Dam
« on: August 06, 2018, 08:22:44 AM »
I ran this deck and went 6-1 in our Summerslam tournament with a special stip where only SSV4 or above superstars could be played. The stipulation was in favor for RVD to play Climbing the Ladder which is so important for RVD. To throw opponent off, this RVD tries to avoid playing Extremes.

Backlash (12)

Pre-match (6) Switch the * if you know you will have higher superstar value.
Climbing The Ladder* - Allows you to draw 2 when your Mean is successful, but its only playable if you have lower SSV at the point of resolving.
WWE World Heavyweight Title Belts - I chose this over Intercontinental Title to draw cards because refreshing 4 not so useful cards in hand is better than adding 2 more possibly useless cards
A Ruckus At Ringside
Summerslam
Filling In The Blanks
McMahon Family Jewels* - A back up to add a card to hand every 2 turns if Climbing The Ladder doesn't go through.

Mid-match (6)
Spinning Kick - In case I run out of maneuvers from my small hand
You Hit Like A Girl
Before This Gets Out Of Hand
Slow the Match Down to a Crawl
Talk is Cheap
In ECW, We Never Back Down from a Fight!

Maneuvers (22)
Scissors Hold x 3
A New Breed Unleashed
Double Leg Lock Crab x 2
Dragon Sleeper x 3 - only recovery in deck
An Extreme Assault x 3
Extreme Brutal Beatdown x 3 - Insanely strong card for RVD to boost hand, along with reversal restriction
The Whole F'n Kick x 3
Rolling Thunder
Five Star Frog Splash
Van Terminator
Desperate Throw

Core/Reversal Hybrids (17)
Wrist Lock x 2 - To reverse Scoop Slam
Standing Side Headlock x 2 - To reverse Snap Bulldog
Headbutt x 3 - Reverse Hammerlock, Arm Wrench and Scissors Hold
Kick
Fireman Carry x 2 - Reverse Chop to the Chest and Elbow Smash
Hip Toss x 2
Quick Grapple
Quick Submission
Judo Takedown
Only One Solution x 2

Reversals (21)
Try To Get Away x 3
I Won't Be Beat Tonight x 2
Masochist At The Heart
Outmaneuver x 2
You Telegraphed It
Inertia
My Way
Why Don't You Kiss My Ass
Welcome To My World
Two For The Show
Off Your Mark
Head to Toe Defense x 2
Lateral Flank Defense x 2
Centered Defense x 2

The deck was built to have an much draw power as possible. That was why I went with the Blank Cores and Filling In The Blanks. They not only help with starting fort, but also to pump hand and get rid of useless cards. The choice of Core/Reversal Hybrids is largely dependent on the local playstyle. Locally, there are certain Cores that are more common, so maximising your damage could help you bridge earlier to your Means. Like I mentioned, the Trademarks are very useful for RVD because Trademarks are naturally difficult to reverse, and Extreme Brutal Beatdown brings it up a notch to have a reversal restriction. That was the reason why I wanted to skip the Extremes altogether, so my opponent has less cards to reverse my stuff. By focusing the maneuvers I have, your opponent's Lateral Flank Defense, Centered Defense, Outmaneuver, That's Extremely Unoriginal are rendered useless.

Some improvements would be to find space for Overexposure. That is something all Extremists should pack, but it totally slipped my mind until this point when I am typing this.

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Deck Reviews - Revolution / <R> Batista non storyline
« on: August 06, 2018, 07:39:32 AM »
Been quite awhile since there's a post in this section!

This Batista deck went 7-0 in the recent tournament using its original ability to drop opponent's hand, so the deck was formed revolving around that. That said, it wasn't completely filled with Throws as other maneuvers fitted better to the discard theme.

Backlash (12)

Pre-match (6) - played in order. Skip 1 RP: Leg and Mo1KM if opponent plays Royal Rumble first
A Ruckus at Ringside
Ring Psychology: Leg x 2
Man of 1000 Moves - Search for Snap Bulldog or Scissors Hold
Wrestlemania
WWE Heavyweight Title Belt

Mid-match (6)
You Hit Like a Girl
Before This Gets Out Of Hand
Slow The Match Down To A Crawl
Talk is Cheap
A Thousand Years of Anger
Arm Drag

Arsenal (60)

Maneuvers (27)
Scissors Hold - Back up just in case
Scoop Slam x 3 - Only recovery cards in the deck other than Demon Bomb
Snap Bulldog x 3
Leg Drag x 3 - This was the main reason I went RP: Leg. You drop 1, but opponent drops 2 random.
Jaw Jammer x 3 - Target Head and Leg always goes together since its reversed by the same defense card. Similarly, you drop 1, opponent drops 2 random.
Snap Mare x 3 - Best card for Batista. Opponent drops 1 random for ability and 2 for the card effect
Knee Breaker x 2 - Finding your painful leg maneuvers. Its a Throw too!
Double Leg Lock Crab x 2 - Almost every deck's must have, and its Leg too
Steel Chain Shot x 3 - Its Leg, and forces opponent to discard 2 if he reverses from hand or backlash
Desperate Throw
The Animal Clothesline
The Hanging Tree
The Demon Bomb

Reversal (33)
The Second Solution x 3
Only One Solution x 2
Try To Get Away x 3
I Won't Be Beat Tonight x 2
Masochist Of The Heart
You Telegraphed It
Inertia
Inside this Pits Of Danger
Why Don't You Kiss My Ass
My Way
Welcome To My World
Outmaneuver x 2
Off Your Mark x 2
Two For The Show
Head To Toe Defense x 3
Lateral Flank Defense x 3
Centered Defense x 3
The Guardian Powerlsam
The Evolved Spinebuster

The deck is fairly simple. Whatever you draw and in your Fort range can be played. But keeping count of your opponent's handsize can help you make better decisions. Force discards like Snap Mare and Steel Chain Shot will put your opponent in the tough spot, and luring their Try To Get Aways with your Double Leg Lock Crab is good too since they have to discard 2 for that reversal.

The deck did lack in recovery and Extreme Reversals, but the best offense is the best defense. (other than the 9 defense cards of cause)

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Tournament Reports / SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 5: Summerslam 2018
« on: August 05, 2018, 09:37:45 AM »


It was a hectic pre-tournament because our venue host 'suddenly' had an event and there weren't any spaces left for us. Luckily we had a player that arrived early to check out the venue and sound out before the actual tournament started. We eventually got a venue, but we had to pay to use it, much to the dismay of players. That aside, we had our usual turnout of 8 players for our Summerslam Tournament, and congrats to Sheila for being a 2 time champ for this cycle. De Hao walked away with Lucky Draw 1 of an alt art Faction Set, while Zac walked away with a foil Alt Art VTK C Revo WWE World Heavyweight Title Belt.

This tournament had a special rule since it was a big 4 PPV, so we could only play superstars of SSV 4 and above. Overall, it was nice to see a tournament where half of the superstars are from the Comic Images printed era. Most superstars have been played a few times now, but thankfully everyone made the effort to play something they havent played before, and that is something I would like to commend about this playgroup. Although we have a rule set that we won't allow players to reuse the same superstar within the cycle, the players have thus far been exploring different superstars, and playing different styles. The amount of effort to do so clearly shows sportsmanship. There was even instances where a player lamented that his maneuver should have been reversed but he forgot to inform his opponent. I think that games are best played when the main goal was not to capitalize on opponent's lack of knowledge, but instead to have a fun time together.

End of the day, everyone walked out happy, because the scores were secondary, and what mattered more the 2hours+ of games. Looking forward to our next tournament in Sept!

Till next month, onward with the <R>evolution!

Updated Excel with all the score tallies and results from all our tournaments: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UbQ0xOziaodnJ4kJLue1u3K2GIl3BZPHd8J8_c7fbls/edit?usp=sharing

1st: Sheila Batista: 7-0
2nd: Keith Rob Van Dam: 6-1
3rd: Zac Undertaker: 5-2
4th: Calvin The Rock: 4-3
5th: Joewi Ric Flair: 3-4
6th: Wen Huan Chris Jericho: 2-5
7th: De Hao Rey Mysterio: 1-6
8th: Dhillon Sheamus: 0-7

Batista (P) vs Rob Van Dam
Batista (P) vs Undertaker
Batista (P) vs The Rock
Batista (P) vs Ric Flair
Batista (P) vs Chris Jericho
Batista (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Batista (P) vs Sheamus
 
Rob Van Dam (P) vs Undertaker
Rob Van Dam (P) vs The Rock
Rob Van Dam (P) vs Ric Flair
Rob Van Dam (P) vs Chris Jericho
Rob Van Dam (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Rob Van Dam (P) vs Sheamus
Rob Van Dam vs Batista (P)
 
Undertaker (P) vs The Rock
Undertaker (P) vs Ric Flair
Undertaker (P) vs Chris Jericho
Undertaker (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Undertaker (P) vs Sheamus
Undertaker vs Batista (P)
Undertaker vs Rob Van Dam (P)
 
The Rock (P) vs Ric Flair
The Rock (P) vs Chris Jericho
The Rock (P) vs Rey Mysterio
The Rock (P) vs Sheamus
The Rock vs Batista (P)
The Rock vs Rob Van Dam (P)
The Rock vs Undertaker (P)
 
Ric Flair (P) vs Chris Jericho
Ric Flair (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Ric Flair (P) vs Sheamus
Ric Flair vs Batista (P)
Ric Flair vs Rob Van Dam (P)
Ric Flair vs Undertaker (P)
Ric Flair vs The Rock (P)
 
Chris Jericho (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Chris Jericho (P) vs Sheamus
Chris Jericho vs Batista (P)
Chris Jericho vs Rob Van Dam (P)
Chris Jericho vs Undertaker (P)
Chris Jericho vs The Rock (P)
Chris Jericho vs Ric Flair (P)
 
Rey Mysterio (P) vs Sheamus
Rey Mysterio vs Batista (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Rob Van Dam (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Undertaker (P)
Rey Mysterio vs The Rock (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Ric Flair (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Chris Jericho (P)

Sheamus vs Batista (P)
Sheamus vs Rob Van Dam (P)
Sheamus vs Undertaker (P)
Sheamus vs The Rock (P)
Sheamus vs Ric Flair (P)
Sheamus vs Chris Jericho (P)
Sheamus vs Rey Mysterio (P)

Some pictures of the event:


Updated End Cycle Score Tally:


On a side note, I just wanted to put this out there for all Revo The Rock Superstars to pack at least some Core reversals. My RVD got almost 30F from Filling in the Blanks and the blank text Core/reversal hybrids on turn 1. Rock still managed to get his starting fort but by then I hand a ton of fort and hit in 3 consecutive Extreme Brutal Beatdowns for the win.

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Virtual Raw Deal / Does Revo Matt Hardy need to be relooked at?
« on: July 31, 2018, 06:56:28 AM »
Before I continue, just want to say that I respect the creators and playtesters of the game for everything, and that to me this is just 1 bad egg in the entire basket.

I am just sharing what I think about <R> Matt Hardy, and see if there is any chance for improvement in the next review in 2019.
 
<R> Matt Hardy
Superstar Ability:
Once during each of your turns, you may overturn 3 cards (when you have have fewer cards in hand, 2 cards): draw 1 card.
When packing non-Revolution cards: you can pack Matt Facts.
 
Having played <R> Matt Hardy and see other players play it locally, as well as feedback from other players internationally, we seem to conclude that the said superstar does not possess the ability and cards required to be on par with other well balanced superstars.
 
Looking at the ability to overturn 3 (or 2) to draw 1 seems ok if it’s a standalone.
It is optional, so players can choose not to use it at all, but that kind of defeats the purpose as well.
 
Compared to Terry Funk, Elijah Burke, John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Chris Jericho, Sheamus and The Wyatt Family who can draw under conditions that do not hurt them, Matt’s ability seems like a drawback rather than a bonus to use.
Although there are many recovery cards (both Antics and Maneuvers) out there, it seems unfair that Matt has to do extra work and pay extra cost just to draw 1 card, when anyone with Climbing The Ladder, Ring Psychology Throw or McMahon Family Jewels can add cards to their hand on a regular basis (of cause with a cost), without getting hurt. Using his ability will give a -4 (or -3) from his arsenal, and that is contingent on the fact that the drawn card is of use to Matt.
 
<R> Version 1.0
Pre-match: Event
Your Superstar Value is +1 and your Pre-match Capacity is +1.
When you are Revolution Matt Hardy: you are an Extremist and when you play an Extreme: Follow-up, you may discard 2 cards and ignore the Follow-up, and when it is successfully played, shuffle 1 non-reversal card in your Ringside into your Arsenal.
 
Just my assumption, but his ability should be used to activate Version 1.0, allowing him to ignore follow-up for his ability.
Once again as a standalone, it doesn’t seem too bad because follow-ups usually cannot be played since the 1 st card is usually reversed. With this pre-match, he can skip pass that requirement.
Unlike other Follow-ups, Extreme Follow-ups actually get less reversals because the usual extreme reversal to pack, That’s Extremely Un-original, does not reverse Follow-up. That’s 1 less Extreme reversal to worry about.
 
That said, what costs Matt Hardy to get the effect is something other superstars get it for free or at lesser cost.
I am referring to Jeff Hardy who can totally ignore Follow-ups, or Kofi Kingston who can discard 1 to ignore Follow-up as well. Hardy Boyz get to continue their turn if required, while Jack Swagger can search for Follow-up but put it at the bottom of arsenal with his Pre-match if he can’t play it.
Setting Him Up, a non-superstar specific Pre-match, has the same effect although its unique and can only be played once.
Once again, Matt Hardy seems to fall short in this ‘advantage’ that he has.
 
<R> Incredible High Flyers
Pre-match: Faction
You can pack this card regardless of Superstar. Your Extreme: Follow-up: Maneuver cards are now Follow-up: Card instead, and when your antic with 'high flyer' in the text is unsuccessful, overturn 3 less cards for not playing a maneuver.
When your logo is on this card: your Pre-match Capacity is +1, you are considered an Extremist for your non-reversal card effects, and your Superstar-specific antics are considered to have 'high flyer' in the text.
 
Incredible High Flyers itself is an excellent card, changing Extreme: Follow-up: Maneuvers to Extreme: Follow-up: Card instead.
This lightens Matt Hardy’s load from using the Pre-match’s discard 2 effect, but he will still have to get his 1 st card to be successful.
The overturn 3 less is also beneficial, but that is an exchange that is just slightly more worthwhile. With his ability, his arsenal will be -4 or -3 and he has to discard 2 cards just to play a follow-up. That Follow-up can also be reversed as per normal. So essentially its costing 3 to 4 arsenal cards, 2 cards from hand, to play something that can be reversed as per normal.
 
Matt does have a strong reason to play Judgement Day, but that is usually reserved for superstars that do have storyline. Going a green wave after dropping that Talk is Cheap could be a good direction for the deck, but then again if any superstar can use the same tactic, it doesn't really make Matt very special too.

All in all, I am hoping that this gives the creators a reason to have a second look at this superstar again so that it is at least on par with the rest of the roster. Maybe, some superstars are just meant to be... BROKEN....

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Good game to all 6 players for VR Extreme Rules! 3 last minute dropouts but that certainly didn't dampen the mood. We had a huge battle of Tag teams with Jerishow, Wyatt Family and the Shield, as will as well established world champions CM Punk, Randy Orton and Sandman.

As the dust settled, Wyatt Family prevailed with a score of 4-1, thus earning herself a Number 1 Contender status to cash in on any champion for the rest of the cycle.

Very high levels of sportsmanship seen as players proactively guided each other in their games. The champ walked away with an alt art revo superstar of his/her choice, while 2 lucky players will get 1 random TK and 1 alt art faction set. Needless to say everyone got a door gift for participation!

Looking forward to more people and more exciting games next month! If you are interested to pick the format up, do drop me a PM and we can work things out from there!

Till next month, onward with the <R>evolution!

Updated Excel: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UbQ0xOziaodnJ4kJLue1u3K2GIl3BZPHd8J8_c7fbls/edit#gid=0

The Wyatt Family (P) vs CM Punk
The Wyatt Family (P) vs Jerishow
The Wyatt Family (P) vs The Shield
The Wyatt Family (P) vs Randy Orton
The Wyatt Family vs Sandman (P)

Sandman (P) vs The Wyatt Family
Sandman (P) vs Randy Orton
Sandman (P) vs Jerishow
Sandman vs CM Punk (P)
Sandman vs Calvin (P)

Randy Orton (P) vs The Shield
Randy Orton (P) vs CM Punk
Randy Orton (P) vs Jerishow
Randy Orton vs The Wyatt Family (P)
Randy Orton vs Sandman (P)

CM Punk (P) vs The Shield
CM Punk (P) vs Sandman
CM Punk (P) vs Jerishow
CM Punk vs The Wyatt Family (P)
CM Punk vs Randy Orton (P)

The Shield (P) vs Jerishow
The Shield (P) vs Sandman
The Shield vs The Wyatt Family (P)
The Shield vs Randy Orton (P)
The Shield vs CM Punk (P)

Jerishow vs The Wyatt Family (P)
Jerishow vs Sandman (P)
Jerishow vs Randy Orton (P)
Jerishow vs CM Punk (P)
Jerishow vs The Shield (P)



Cycle 5 Score tally:

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Tournament Announcements / SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 5
« on: June 24, 2018, 07:28:13 AM »

By now you should be familiar with what we do. Each cycle will consist of 5 to 6 monthly tournaments held in Virtual Revolution format. Your position and participation in each of those tournaments will earn you points that you will rank you in our end cycle prize. Last cycle, a total of 47 superstars were awarded to our 14 participants as end cycle prizes, excluding each tournament's individual winners. Will you be one of them to receive alt art superstars this cycle?  ;)

Individual tournament prize scheme:
1. Door gift for participation (free)
2. Lucky Draw after each tourney (free)
3. Alt art superstar set for top prize(s)
    6 or less participants: 1st place gets top prize
    7 or more participants: 1st and 2nd gets top prize
    10 or more participants: top 3 gets prize

End cycle prize scheme:
As per last few cycles, players will be ranked and split to 1st tier, 2nd tier and 3 tier.
1st tier prizes: 3 Revo superstars or 2 Revo 1 Classic superstar
2nd tier prizes: 2 Revo superstars or 1 Revo 1 Classic superstar
3rd tier prizes: 1 Revo superstar

Scoring and Ranking scheme:
To spice things up alittle, ranking for each tournament will no longer be decided by simple win lost ratio, but instead by opponent strength, which is the sum of all wins that your opponent get. Therefore if the 1st place has a score of 7-1, and that 1 lost went to the last place with a tally of 1-7, the last place will get 7 points, which was the total wins of the player that he/she won. We will then tally that score to rank players accordingly for that tournament. This ranking will directly affect your end cycle score and ranking too!

After consultation with players, we decided to stick to the old scoring system, but we agreed to use this cycle as a test bed to see if the above is worth pursuing. Therefore, every player will earn a score equals to his/her wins per tournament + 1. At the end of the cycle, we will sum up the scores for each individual to rank as per above.

July Tourney: Extreme Rules

Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchard Gateway #04/09-10
When: 1st July 2018
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Door Gift: Staple reversals (1 each)
Lucky Draw: ECW Originals Faction
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice

August Tourney: Summerslam

Where: TOG Toys Or Games @ Bugis+ Level 5
When: 5th August 2018
Time: 2pm - 5pm
Special Stipulation: Only superstars with Superstar Value 4 and above are allowed
Door Gift: Staple reversals (1 each)
Lucky Draws: 1. 1 random alt art faction set, 2. 1 Virtual Tournament Kit C Revolution Prize
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice

Results: http://teamcanadaonline.net///index.php/topic,18316.new.html#new
Updated Excel: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UbQ0xOziaodnJ4kJLue1u3K2GIl3BZPHd8J8_c7fbls/edit#gid=0

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Just to be 100% confirmed, can Revolution Big Show reverse an Extreme:Colossal with Outmaneuver? Since outmaneuver is D:0 which is 2D-.

<Revolution> THE BIG SHOW
Starting Hand Size:  7     Superstar Value: 5
Superstar Ability:  Your opponent’s 15D+ maneuvers can be reversed by 2D- cards as if they were printed 2D Cores of the same type.
He cannot play reversals to your Mountain of a Man.

Revolution Outmaneuver

Reversal: non-Colossal Extreme

If your opponent is an Extremist: put up to 1 non-Unique non-Extreme Maneuver from your Ringside into your hand.

F: 2      D: 0

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Rules Forum / Dean's rebound lariat
« on: January 11, 2018, 04:59:59 AM »
Dean's Rebound Lariat
Strike: Heat
When played from hand, this card is -10F and +1 Stun Value.
When your maneuver is unsuccessful, you may immediately play this card.
When you have lower Fortitude or fewer cards in hand, this card cannot be reversed from hand or Backlash by non-Unique cards.
F: 22     D: 6     SV: 1     Unique
V8

1. I play kick
2. Opponent plays step aside
3. I play Dean rebound lariat
4. Opponent does not reverse, thus successful. Not reversed via overturn as well.

What happens after lariat successful and resolved? Does the turn end or can he skip the step aside's effect to end turn and continue turn?

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Tournament Announcements / SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: January 07, 2018, 07:53:11 AM »

Welcome to SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4 main page. With 3 successful cycles in the books, we are looking forward to an equally, if not better cycle! New match-ups, new stipulations and most of all, new experience! This cycle will consist of 6 tournaments, some of which with unique, never before seen stips in the past tournaments. At the end of each of the 6 tournaments, everyone will walk away with something.

Prize scheme for each tournament:
1. Door gift for participation (free)
2. Lucky Draw after each tourney (free)
3. Alt art superstar set for top prize(s)
    6 or less participants: 1st place gets top prize
    7 or more participants: 1st and 2nd gets top prize
    10 or more participants: top 3 gets prize

Points will be accumulated throughout the 6 tournaments, and here's the prize scheme:
1. Total pool will be split into 3 categories, top tier, middle tier and lower tier. Top Tier will get 2 alt art superstar sets of their choice, middle tier will get 1 alt art set of their choice, and lower tier will get 2 alternate title belts AND 1 faction ($ required)
2. Every participant for the cycle would be entitled to 1 extremist of their choice at the end of the cycle ($ required)
3. 1 Lucky draw would be applicable for ALL players not in the top few (sponsored) (TBC)
3. Lucky draw for 1 random alt art superstar sets for EACH tier (sponsored)

Here's how the scoring works:
1. Every participant will by default get 1pt for participation
2. For every victory (regardless CO, DQ), will be considered 1pt
3. At the end of the day if there's a tie, we will take into consideration who has more pins
4. If all else fails, a tie breaker match would determine the true champion (subjected to change depending on players)
5. Out of respect for players who spend time to change their decks, no one is allowed to replay any superstars that they have played in the same cycle.

January Tourney: Royal Rumble (with stip)

Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchardgateway
When: 21th January 2018
Time: 3pm - 5pm
Door Gift: Alt Art McMahon Family Jewels
Lucky Draw: Alt Art One For The Money Set
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice. The first place will be able to cash in a 'Wrestlemania' contract equivalent to MITB on any champion for the rest of the cycle 4
Special Rules: Since Royal Rumble is about new opportunities for old but under-used superstars, we will only be allowed to play superstars that have only been played once or 0 times since the start of VR tournaments.

Superstars available:
Triple H
John Cena
Batista
Sandman
Terry Funk
Tommy Dreamer
Stone Cold
Umaga
Elijah Burke
Christian
William Regal
King Booker
Daniel Bryan
Carlito
Santino Marella
RVD
John Lauranaitus
Goldberg
Ultimate Warrior
D-X
Hardy Boyz
Tazz
Kane
Edge
Balls Mahoney
Kevin Thorn
Marcus Cor Von
The Rock
Rowdy Roddy Piper
Brothers of Destruction
Raven

Results:

1st: Roy The Rock: 7-0
2nd: Vincent Ultimate Warrior: 6-1
3rd: Joewi Batista 5-2
4th: Calvin HHH 4-3
5th: Sheila John Cena 3-4
6th: Eugene HHH 2-5
7th: Keith Kane 1-6
8th: Wen Huan Goldberg 0-7

The Rock (P) vs Ultimate Warrior
The Rock (CO) vs Batista
The Rock (P) vs HHH1
The Rock (P) vs John Cena
The Rock (P) vs HHH2
The Rock (CO) vs Kane
The Rock (P) vs Goldberg
 
Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Batista
Ultimate Warrior (P) vs HHH1
Ultimate Warrior (P) vs John Cena
Ultimate Warrior (P) vs HHH2
Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Kane
Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Goldberg
Ultimate Warrior vs The Rock (P)
 
Batista (P) vs HHH1
Batista (P) vs John Cena
Batista (P) vs HHH2
Batista (P) vs Kane
Batista (P) vs Goldberg
Batista vs The Rock (CO)
Batista vs Ultimate Warrior (P)
 
HHH1 (P) vs John Cena
HHH1 (CO) vs HHH2
HHH1 (CO) vs Kane
HHH1 (P) vs Goldberg
HHH1 vs The Rock (P)
HHH1 vs Ultimate Warrior (P)
HHH1 vs Batista (P)
 
John Cena (P) vs HHH2
John Cena (P) vs Kane
John Cena (P) vs Goldberg
John Cena vs The Rock (P)
John Cena vs Ultimate Warrior (P)
John Cena vs Batista (P)
John Cena vs HHH1 (P)
 
HHH2 (P) vs Kane
HHH2 (P) vs Goldberg
HHH2 vs The Rock (P)
HHH2 vs Ultimate Warrior (P)
HHH2 vs Batista (P)
HHH2 vs HHH1 (CO)
HHH2 vs John Cena (P)
 
Kane (P) vs Goldberg
Kane vs The Rock (CO)
Kane vs Ultimate Warrior (P)
Kane vs Batista (P)
Kane vs HHH1 (CO)
Kane vs John Cena (P)
Kane vs HHH2 (P)
 
Goldberg vs The Rock (P)
Goldberg vs Ultimate Warrior (P)
Goldberg vs Batista (P)
Goldberg vs HHH1 (P)
Goldberg vs John Cena (P)
Goldberg vs HHH2 (P)
Goldberg vs Kane (P)



February Tourney: Elimination Chamber

Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchardgateway

When: 3rd March 2018
Time: 3pm - 5pm
Door Gift: Staple reversals (1 random card per participant)
Lucky Draw: Alt Art The Degenerates Faction Set
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice
No Special Rules!



Results:
1st: Wen Huan Tazz: 5-2
2nd: Tian Sheng William Regal: 4-3
3rd: De Hao Stone Cold 4-3
4th: Roy Edge: 4-3
5th: Vincent Cesaro: 4-3
6th: Sheila Jeff Hardy 3-4
7th: Keith BOD 3-4
8th: Calvin Daniel Bryan 1-6

Tazz (P) vs William Regal
Tazz (P) vs Cesaro
Tazz (P) vs Jeff Hardy
Tazz (P) vs BOD
Tazz (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Tazz vs Edge
Tazz vs Stone Cold
 
William Regal (P) vs Edge
William Regal (P) vs Stone Cold
William Regal (P) vs Jeff Hardy
William Regal (P) vs Daniel Bryan
William Regal vs Tazz (P)
William Regal vs Cesaro (P)
William Regal vs BOD (P)
 
Stone Cold (P) vs Tazz
Stone Cold (P) vs Edge
Stone Cold (P) vs Cesaro
Stone Cold (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Stone Cold vs William Regal (P)
Stone Cold vs Jeff Hardy (P)
Stone Cold vs BOD (P)
 
Edge (P) vs Tazz
Edge (P) vs Cesaro
Edge (P) vs Jeff Hardy
Edge (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Edge vs William Regal (P)
Edge vs Stone Cold (P)
Edge vs BOD (P)
 
Cesaro (P) vs William Regal
Cesaro (P) vs Jeff Hardy
Cesaro (P) vs BOD
Cesaro (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Cesaro vs Tazz (P)
Cesaro vs Edge (P)
Cesaro vs Stone Cold (P)
 
Jeff Hardy (P) vs Stone Cold
Jeff Hardy (P) vs BOD
Jeff Hardy (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Jeff Hardy vs Tazz (P)
Jeff Hardy vs William Regal (P)
Jeff Hardy vs Cesaro (P)
Jeff Hardy vs Edge (P)
 
BOD (P) vs William Regal
BOD (P) vs Edge
BOD (P) vs Stone Cold
BOD vs Tazz (P)
BOD vs Cesaro (P)
BOD vs Jeff Hardy (P)
BOD vs Daniel Bryan (P)
 
Daniel Bryan (P) vs BOD
Daniel Bryan vs Tazz (P)
Daniel Bryan vs William Regal (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Stone Cold (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Edge (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Cesaro (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Jeff Hardy (P)




April Tourney: Wrestlemania



When: 8th April 2018
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Door Gift:
1. The usual alt door gift
2. 1 free alt art foil of any card in the game, regardless of classic or revo
Lucky draw (2 winners):
1 Alt art faction set OR
1 Unannounced prize card (like tourney 1)
Top prizes:
1st - 1 alt art revo ss AND 1 alt art classic ss
2nd - 1 alt art revo ss OR 1 alt art classic ss
3rd (if >=10 players) - 1 alt art revo ss
No Special Rules!

Results:
1st: Tian Sheng Dudley Boyz1: 7-1
2nd: Vincent Raven: 6-2
3rd: Sheila Sandman: 5-3
4th: YJ The Ultimate Warrior: 5-3
5th: Joewi Undertaker: 4-4
6th: Keith Daniel Bryan: 3-5
7th: Daniel Ric Flair: 3-5
8th: Wen Huan Dudley Boyz2: 2-6
9th: De Hao Sheamus: 1-7

Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Raven
Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Sandman
Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Undertaker
Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Ric Flair
Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Dudley Boyz2
Dudley Boyz1 (P) vs Sheamus
Dudley Boyz1 vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)
 
Raven (P) vs Sandman
Raven (P) vs Undertaker
Raven (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Raven (P) vs Ric Flair
Raven (P) vs Dudley Boyz2
Raven (P) vs Sheamus
Raven vs Dudley Boyz1 (P)
Raven vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)
 
Sandman (P) vs Ultimate Warrior
Sandman (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Sandman (P) vs Ric Flair
Sandman (P) vs Dudley Boyz2
Sandman (P) vs Sheamus
Sandman  vs Dudley Boyz2 (P)
Sandman  vs Raven (P)
Sandman  vs Undertaker (P)
 
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Dudley Boyz1
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Raven
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Daniel Bryan
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Ric Flair
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Sheamus
The Ultimate Warrior vs Sandman (P)
The Ultimate Warrior vs Undertaker (P)
The Ultimate Warrior vs Dudley Boyz2 (P)
 
Undertaker (P) vs Sandman
Undertaker (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Undertaker (P) vs Dudley Boyz2
Undertaker (P) vs Sheamus
Undertaker vs Dudley Boyz1 (P)
Undertaker vs Raven (P)
Undertaker vs Daniel Bryan (P)
Undertaker vs Ric Flair (P)
 
Daniel Bryan (P) vs Undertaker
Daniel Bryan (P) vs Ric Flair
Daniel Bryan (P) vs Sheamus
Daniel Bryan vs Dudley Boyz1 (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Raven (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Sandman (P)
Daniel Bryan vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)
Daniel Bryan vs Dudley Boyz2 (P)
 
Ric Flair (P) vs Undertaker
Ric Flair (P) vs Dudley Boyz2
Ric Flair (P) vs Sheamus
Ric Flair vs Raven (P)
Ric Flair vs Sandman (P)
Ric Flair vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)
Ric Flair vs Undertaker (P)
Ric Flair vs Daniel Bryan (P)
 
Dudley Boyz2 (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Dudley Boyz2 (P) vs Daniel Bryan
Dudley Boyz2 vs Dudley Boyz1 (P)
Dudley Boyz2 vs Raven (P)
Dudley Boyz2 vs Sandman (P)
Dudley Boyz2 vs Undertaker (P)
Dudley Boyz2 vs Ric Flair (P)
Dudley Boyz2 vs Sheamus (P)
 
Sheamus (P) vs Dudley Boyz2
Sheamus vs Dudley Boyz1 (P)
Sheamus vs Raven (P)
Sheamus vs Sandman (P)
Sheamus vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)
Sheamus vs Undertaker (P)
Sheamus vs Daniel Bryan (P)
Sheamus vs Ric Flair (P)

Some pictures of the event:

Live broadcast in store and on facebook live (https://www.facebook.com/rawdealSG/videos/493870351011220/)



More pictures once event organizer submits their copies!


May Tourney: Backlash


Where: TOG @ Bugis+
When: 6th May 2018
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Door Gift: Staple reversals (1 each)
Lucky Draw: One For The Money Set
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice
No Special Rules!
Facebook events page: https://www.facebook.com/events/187646525220041/

Open Virtual Revolution Tourney: Backlash 2018 Official Results

1st: Sheila Kevin Thorn: 7-1
2nd: Tian Sheng Kurt Angle1: 6-2
3rd: Vincent The Wyatt Family: 6-2
4th: Joewi Rated RKO: 5-3
5th: KM Kurt Angle2: 3-5
6th: Keith The Ultimate Warrior: 3-5
7th: De Hao Mark Henry: 2-6
8th: Calvin The Rock: 2-6
9th: Dhillon Kurt Angle3: 2-6

Kevin Thorn (P) vs Kurt Angle1
Kevin Thorn (P) vs Rated RKO
Kevin Thorn (P) vs Kurt Angle2
Kevin Thorn (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Kevin Thorn (P) vs Mark Henry
Kevin Thorn (P) vs The Rock
Kevin Thorn (P) vs Kurt Angle3
Kevin Thorn vs The Wyatt Family (P)

Kurt Angle1 (P) vs The Wyatt Family
Kurt Angle1 (P) vs Rated RKO
Kurt Angle1 (P) vs Kurt Angle2
Kurt Angle1 (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Kurt Angle1 (P) vs Mark Heny
Kurt Angle1 (P) vs The Rock
Kurt Angle1 vs Kevin Thorn (P)
Kurt Angle1 vs Kurt Angle3 (P)

The Wyatt Family (P) vs Kevin Thorn
The Wyatt Family (P) vs Rated RKO
The Wyatt Family (P) vs Kurt Angle2
The Wyatt Family (P) vs Mark Henry
The Wyatt Family (P) vs The Rock
The Wyatt Family (P) vs Kurt Angle3
The Wyatt Family vs Kurt Angle1 (P)
The Wyatt Family vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)

Rated RKO (P) vs Kurt Angle2
Rated RKO (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Rated RKO (P) vs Mark Henry
Rated RKO (P) vs The Rock
Rated RKO (P) vs Kurt Angle3
Rated RKO vs Kevin Thorn (P)
Rated RKO vs Kurt Angle1 (P)
Rated RKO vs The Wyatt Family (P)

Kurt Angle2 (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Kurt Angle2 (P) vs Mark Henry
Kurt Angle2 (P) vs Kurt Angle3
Kurt Angle2 vs Kevin Thorn (P)
Kurt Angle2 vs Kurt Angle1 (P)
Kurt Angle2 vs The Wyatt Family (P)
Kurt Angle2 vs Rated RKO (P)
Kurt Angle2 vs The Rock (P)

The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs The Wyatt Family
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs Mark Henry
The Ultimate Warrior (P) vs The Rock
The Ultimate Warrior vs Kevin Thorn (P)
The Ultimate Warrior vs Kurt Angle1 (P)
The Ultimate Warrior vs Rated RKO (P)
The Ultimate Warrior vs Kurt Angle2 (P)
The Ultimate Warrior vs Kurt Angle3 (P)

Mark Henry (P) vs The Rock
Mark Henry (P) vs Kurt Angle3
Mark Henry vs Kevin Thorn (P)
Mark Henry vs Kurt Angle1 (P)
Mark Henry vs The Wyatt Family (P)
Mark Henry vs Rated RKO (P)
Mark Henry vs Kurt Angle2 (P)
Mark Henry vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)

The Rock (P) vs Kurt Angle2
The Rock (P) vs Kurt Angle3
The Rock vs Kevin Thorn (P)
The Rock vs Kurt Angle1 (P)
The Rock vs The Wyatt Family (P)
The Rock vs Rated RKO (P)
The Rock vs The Ultimate Warrior (P)
The Rock vs Mark Henry (P)

Kurt Angle3 (P) vs Kurt Angle1
Kurt Angle3 (P) vs The Ultimate Warrior
Kurt Angle3 vs Kevin Thorn (P)
Kurt Angle3 vs The Wyatt Family (P)
Kurt Angle3 vs Rated RKO (P)
Kurt Angle3 vs Kurt Angle2 (P)
Kurt Angle3 vs Mark Henry (P)
Kurt Angle3 vs The Rock (P)

First time we had 3 of the same superstars participating in the same match, but nonetheless, we all had a good time. Congrats to Sheila for coming up on top against the other 8 players, and also Dhillon for making his debut, and also being the lucky person to walk away with the alt art Money set (4cards). We were also lucky to get Zach on board as a photographer for this event and hopefully future ones too. Who knows, he might be participating!

Also big shout out to Toys Or Games (TOG - Toy Or Game) for their venue and support. Looking forward to see you guys at Money In The Bank Tourney on 3rd June! Tourney details will be uploaded once everything is finalised. In the meantime, lets take a look at some action from the tourney, beautifully taken by Zach Iam626 (www.instagram.com/iam626).



June Tourney:


Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchard Gateway #04/09-10
When: 3rd Jun 2018
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Door Gift: Staple reversals (1 each)
Lucky Draw: One For The Money Set
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice
FB event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/305119116692326/

Money In The Bank is our next and last tourney of cycle 4, and we will have special rules to go with it! As we know, having someone at your corner can be really helpful, just like how James Ellsworth managed to interfere on behalf and let Carmella get her Women's MitB briefcase and Xavier Woods helping New Day in their ladder match.

Therefore, we will be having a special rule that ALL superstars must pack and play 1 corner.  It is now a unique and permanent cards instead. To be fair to new players, only VIRTUAL corners are allowed:

<R> The Big Show is In Your Corner!
<R> Christian is In My Corner!
<R> Kurt Angle is In My Corner!
<R> William Regal is In My Corner!
<R> Brock Lesnar Is In My Corner!
<R> Carlito Is In My Corner!
<R> Chris Jericho Is In My Corner!
<R> Daniel Bryan Is In My Corner!
<R> Dolph Ziggler Is In My Corner!
<R> Jack Swagger Is In My Corner!
<R> King Booker Is In My Corner!
<R> Kofi Kingston Is In My Corner!
<R> Mark Henry Is In My Corner!
<R> Santino Marella Is In My Corner!
<R> Sheamus Is In My Corner!
<R> The Rock Is In My Corner!

The following cards will have a change in text specifically for this tourney too:

<R> Money in the Bank Briefcase
Draw up to 1 card and your Superstar Value is +1; when your opponent has a Title Belt in his Ring, double those numbers. When this card is in your Ring and he is not a GM, he cannot play Corners with 'pack' in the text.

<R> You Hit Like a Girl!
Requirement: Not your opponent's first or second Core this turn. When you have lower Fortitude, can reverse his second Core played this turn; otherwise, draw up to 2 cards. When he is not a GM and has a Corner with 'pack' in the text in his Ring, or he is Revolution Matt Striker or Revolution Ric Flair OR if his first Core played turn is Unique: ignore the Requirement and put the reversed card on the bottom of his Arsenal instead.

For your easy reference, these superstars cannot be played because of their abilities:
<R> Andre The Giant
<R> Brothers Of Destruction
<R> bWo
<R> Dolph Ziggler
<R> Dudley Boyz
<R> DX
<R> Goldberg
<R> Hardy Boyz
<R> JeriShow
<R> Mark Henry
<R> Ryback
<R> Tazz
<R> The Shield
<R> The Ultimate Warrior
<R> The Wyatt Family

RESULTS
1st: Vincent Rhyno: 6-1
2nd: Keith Elijah Burke: 5-2
3rd: Tian Sheng Kane: 4-3
4th: Calvin Kurt Angle: 4-3
5th: Jun Yi William Regal: 3-4
6th: Sheila Chris Jericho: 3-4
7th: Zac CM Punk: 2-5
8th: Joewi Rob Van Dam: 1-6

Rhyno (P) vs Kane
Rhyno (P) vs Kurt Angle
Rhyno (P) vs William Regal
Rhyno (P) vs Chris Jericho
Rhyno (P) vs CM Punk
Rhyno (P) vs RVD
Rhyno vs Elijah Burke (P)
 
Elijah Burke (P) vs Rhyno
Elijah Burke (P) vs Kane
Elijah Burke (P) vs William Regal
Elijah Burke (P) vs CM Punk
Elijah Burke (P) vs RVD
Elijah Burke vs Kurt Angle (P)
Elijah Burke vs Chris Jericho (P)
 
Kane (P) vs Kurt Angle
Kane (P) vs William Regal
Kane (P) vs CM Punk
Kane (P) vs RVD
Kane vs Rhyno (P)
Kane vs Elijah Burke (P)
Kane vs Chris Jericho (P)
 
Kurt Angle (P) vs Elijah Burke
Kurt Angle (P) vs Chris Jericho
Kurt Angle (P) vs CM Punk
Kurt Angle (P) vs RVD
Kurt Angle vs Rhyno (P)
Kurt Angle vs Kane (P)
Kurt Angle vs William Regal (P)
 
William Regal (P) vs Kurt Angle
William Regal (P) vs Chris Jericho
William Regal (P) vs RVD
William Regal vs Rhyno (P)
William Regal vs Elijah Burke (P)
William Regal vs Kane (P)
William Regal vs CM Punk (P)
 
Chris Jericho (P) vs Elijah Burke
Chris Jericho (P) vs Kane
Chris Jericho (P) vs CM Punk
Chris Jericho vs Rhyno (P)
Chris Jericho vs Kurt Angle (P)
Chris Jericho vs William Regal (P
Chris Jericho vs RVD (P)
 
CM Punk (P) vs William Regal
CM Punk (P) vs RVD
CM Punk vs Rhyno (P)
CM Punk vs Elijah Burke (P)
CM Punk vs Kane (P)
CM Punk vs Kurt Angle (P)
CM Punk vs Chris Jreicho (P)

RVD (P) vs Chris Jerich
RVD vs Rhyno (P)
RVD vs Elijah Burke (P)
RVD vs Kane (P)
RVD vs Kurt Angle (P)
RVD vs William Regal (P)
RVD vs CM Punk (P)



Results as of 6.5.18

End Cycle Prizes
All participants receive a chance to order alt art superstar sets at every end of the cycle. Due to budget constraint ($0 actually), there won't be additional lucky draw.

Tier 1 - 2 revo and 1 classic, or 3 revo
Tier 2 - 2 revo or 1 revo 1 classic
Tier 3 - 1 revo or classic
All players listed can also order 1 alt art Extremist too!

As this is not sponsored, they still come at a small cost. Non foils are 25c each, foils are 50c each

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Revolution DX
Starting Hand Size: 6     Superstar Value: 9
Tag Team Superstar Ability: When you would discard a card, you may discard a Revolution card from your Backlash instead.
You can pack Shawn Michaels and Triple H Arsenal maneuvers, except Revolution Smacked with the Sledgehammer; you cannot pack Corners.
When packing non-Revolution cards: you can pack non-Virtual Shawn Michaels and Triple H Backlash cards.
VR5

Revolution Brothers of Destruction
Starting Hand Size: 6     Superstar Value: 7
Tag Team Superstar Ability: When you would discard any number of cards, you may instead overturn twice that many cards.
You can pack Kane and Undertaker Revolution maneuvers; you cannot pack Corners.
VR5

Revolution Uppercut
Assault: Core / Antic
Antic: discard this card and it deals no Damage: your opponent discards 1 card.
head
F:0   D:6

Would like to know if DX and BOD were to use their ability when successfully playing Uppercut as an antic, what exactly takes place?

My personal view is that Uppercut specifically says discard this card, so replacing it with something else with ability will void the rest of the uppercut text. Appreciate if someone can verify this thanks!

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Rules Forum / According to contract table
« on: December 06, 2017, 06:08:51 PM »
According to the Contract Table

Action: Foreign Object

When this card is in your Ring area, once during each of your turns, as a Mid-match Action, you may name 1 non-unique non-Superstar-specific card and then all copies of this card in all Ring areas are considered to also have that title until the start of your next turn.

Active

F: 3      D: 0

Is the 'naming' an ace? This was debated in both Discord channels with different answers.

-A card is considered to have an Activated Card Effect (ACE) if (a) it is in your Ring area AND (b) you have to do something (like discard a card) (c) to generate an effect.

So (a) according is in my list, (b) as amid match action I name 1, (C) the card is now considered that title

https://discord.gg/dEhHFeU
https://discord.gg/HBE3YzM

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Tournament Reports / SG VR Survivor Series 2017 Personal Results
« on: November 26, 2017, 07:25:01 AM »
Results can be found http://teamcanadaonline.net///index.php/topic,17550.0.html

In general, I felt that this tournament was the best out of the recent cycles. The ideas floating around was both well polished and refreshing, and everyone bought their A game without making the thing too tensed. 7 people tournament was a comfortable size for round robin and we completed out 6 games in little over 2 hours. Congrats to Calvin for being the champ and taking home an alt art full set Rey Mysterio. Daniel came in close at 2nd place, earning him a alt art full Ric Flair set. This was Calvin's 2nd tourney only and he managed to claw up from a 0-5 score from VR TLC to a 4-2 score this time round. Daniel also came out strong, improving from a 1-6 score in April to a 4-2 score this time round. Congrats to both!

I went with a Great Khali deck, which I was determined to make it work after I failed terribly last cycle with a 0-5 score. This time round I did 3-3, which isnt so bad, considering Khali storyline as a weaker ability of the 2.

Great Khali (P) vs Jerishow
This was an interesting match because both decks utilised Ring Pyschology: Leg as the main tactic. Luckily, I was able to get fort early on in the game, while locking him with several One Solutions. Once I got him stuck in 3 to 6F, I went in hard with Khali's Colossals and that cleared out his hand, AND his ring. Valiant effort and minor comeback from desperate Assault and some Double Leg Lock Crabs protected by 4ever: No Mercy, but it was too late as I out-legged Calvin for this game. Still, he managed to top the tourney. Congrats for improving from last in the previous tourney to becoming the champ!

Great Khali (P) vs Shawn Michaels
This was another exciting match because it was one of the games that I everything about my Khali stall deck came into play. Khali started off slow while Shawn came in with maneuver after maneuver. But the recovery of Khali allowed him to outlast Shawn. Started the game with a Scissors Hold, pinned Shawn with a Scissors Hold with 2 cards in arsenal.

Great Khali (P) vs Elijah Burke
Both being a recovery deck, we both knew speed had to come into play, and we tried to get as much damage in as possible. My Double Leg Lock Crab and his Colossals went head to head. Luckily, I managed to hit in a series of momentum to thin down his arsenal. Chop block > momentum-ed Working On The Knee, momentum-ed Powerful and Devastating. As I knew he was playing extremes, I purposely kept Arms Raised In Triumph which makes opponent overturn 7. I bide my time and managed to get him to 6 cards, and hit a well timed reversal to win a hard fought match.

Great Khali  vs Kofi Kingston (P)
This game was the direct opposite of the game with Shawn, where everything didnt work as planned. Kofi literally drew 2 second sols and 3 One Sols, pretty much locking me for early game. There wasn't much mid game either since his Inverted Body Blocks and specific pre-match allowed him to recover as much as possible. But then again, Kofi had an array of maneuvers that I wouldnt have been able to predict anyway. Good game!

Great Khali  vs Hulk Hogan (P)
We play-tested multiple times and I have went up against a few Hulk Hogans including my own version, but none as annoyingly powerful as this Hogan. His ability to search for Antics and Cores allow him to connect momentum cards together, since as Cinch It In and Arm Breakers. What really stood out was the use of the 8F antics that does not allow opponent to play cards during his own turn, effectively making him overturn 6. That was Khali's weakness because he cannot reverse that rule, and he got chopped down turn after turn. No Big Boot, no leg drop, just aggression rule.

Great Khali  vs Rey Mysterio (P)
Play-test and this game didnt differ much. Three to Get Ready was the key to success for this Rey storyline deck. She just needed to get to 15F, and the momentum-ed superkicks just rain in. But revo is not just about repetitions and you must always have a plan B. So instead of using her 3rd Superkick on me knowing that I shuffled a 2nd Sol (wanted to reverse any core) or You Telegraphed it (not enough fort for Inertia), she hit a well timed Rey-Rey Bulldog to finish me off.

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Virtual Raw Deal / Revolution Extremely Popular With The Peeps!
« on: November 25, 2017, 10:33:02 PM »
Revolution Extremely Popular With The Peeps!
Mid-match Antic: Follow-up: Maneuver
Requirement: Revolution WWE's Extremely Charismatic Wrestlers is in your Ring
End your turn.  During your opponent's next 2 turns, reduce the number of cards drawn from his maneuvers and antics to 0.
When your logo is on Revolution WWE's Extremely Charismatic Wrestlers: you may play this card from Ringside, and when successfully played, put up to 1 non-Superstar-specific 4D- card from his Ring to his Ringside.
F: 15     D: 0     Unique

Can the above remove a revo Pre-match since they don't have damage printed on them?

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Virtual Raw Deal / Where is Malenko's Bow & Arrow?
« on: November 17, 2017, 07:14:40 PM »
Anyone can tell me exactly which file to download the above card? Can't seem to find it in any of the 5 support docs.

Thanks!

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Tournament Reports / SG VR TLC 2017 personal report
« on: October 29, 2017, 09:51:31 AM »
Staying true to the 'extreme" nature of the pay per view, I decided to run a Matt Hardy as a challenge. I actually raised up a thread to ask for feedback of how it can be built but there wasn't any response so I just went with my original play of depending on double leg lock crabs and playing all the extreme follow-ups. Didn't work out for most matches, and when it did,  it only happened nearing the end, or it just didn't go through entirely.

Game 1: vs Tajiri
Play tested before, and I switched up my arsenal cards a little, especially my choice of follow-ups. But Tajiri pushed real hard on the kicks and the lack of core reversals sealed the deal for a fast game under 10min.

0-1

Game 2: vs Tazz
Made this deck, knew exactly how it's gonna play out. But unexpectedly I faired better than the previous games because I managed to get a few moves in. The multiple antic reversals and the lack of double leg lock crabs in hand and backlash once again proved to be the key to stopping my Matt Hardy. Both players actually had less than 10 cards in arsenal.

0-2

Game 3: vs Kurt Angle
Formed this deck for a new player so I roughly knew what to expect, but I certainly didn't expect to be trashed real hard. The antic and the smart use of Singapore cane and Kurt antic was mean, and even I didn't have that in mind when I did the deck. Kudos to KM for thinking about that!

0-3

Game 4: vs Rey Mysterio
For once, I got off to a good start with maneuvers actually going in successfully. But Rey's mini core maneuvers really pushed the limits of Matt. High level game play, exploiting the use of my double leg lock crab drawing to get reversals while thinning my deck, 1 short arm clothesline and back fist at a time. Luck seemed to be on my side as I did managed to reverse using Hardy's bulldog and Side effect. But the rey reversal just puts us back to square 1. Wasn't able to continue my assault further and got crushed. Still, I went out of the game my way, choosing to self pin with aggression rule.

0-4

Game 5: vs Sabu
This victory was not deserving because I had to go against  new player and his own deck. Matt's deck did what it was intended to do, quickly hitting in Homicidal lunge, followed by flying Forearm and a matt's Moonsault. It didn't help especially that at the end of turn 3 or 4, I had all 3 2nd sol and 2 1st sol either in my ring or in hand. Sabu did have a good comeback after I ran out of reversals for desperate. But fort built was too slow for Sabu while Matt was way ahead of the curve. Managed to pin with an Inverted Body Block. Intense and close game, but I truly applaud Calvin N for his efforts!

1-4

Overall, really appreciate how new players put in the effort to come by, learn and attempt at playing their own decks. It's this sort of spirit that truly captures the emotions and meaning of the game. Sometimes it's not just the victories and loses, but the people that make each game so much more enjoyable. Matt Hardy still seems to be a difficult superstar to play, but at least I can strike him off my list for now! Will I revisit the deck? Maybe. As the saying goes, never say never!

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General Discussion: Raw Deal / <R> Matt Hardy help
« on: October 10, 2017, 09:47:25 AM »
Hi guys, would like to hear your input on what direction should <R> Matt Hardy be heading towards

Revolution MATT HARDY
Starting Hand Size: 6     Superstar Value: 3
Superstar Ability: Once during each of your turns, you may overturn 3 cards (when you have have fewer cards in hand, 2 cards): draw 1 card.
When packing non-Revolution cards: you can pack Matt Facts.

Revolution Version 1.0
Pre-match: Event
Your Superstar Value is +1 and your Pre-match Capacity is +1.
When you are Revolution Matt Hardy: you are an Extremist, and when you play an Extreme: Follow-up, you may discard 2 cards and ignore the Follow-up; when it is successfully played, shuffle 1 non-reversal card from your Ringside into your Arsenal.
Unique

To me, he seems like a weaker version of Kofi and Jeff for the follow-up part, and also much weaker in draw power as compared to Terry Funk and Elijah Burke. Plus, incredible high flyers did not really blend in well with his ability since technically Matt can ignore the follow-up.

Thus, any input on whether I am missing out anything is much appreciated! And just to be clear, we are just talking about Revo format.

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Deck Reviews - Revolution / <R> Undertaker: Storyline
« on: September 24, 2017, 08:45:29 AM »
Undertaker is an extremely strong superstar, and his storyline really seems abit weaker in my opinion, just because it's only once a game. But nonetheless, the first part of the ability seems usable, so I revolved my deck around it. The main idea of the deck was to get to 6-7F so you can start hitting in the garbage cans and Double Leg Lock Crabs. From there, its situational whether to keep hitting means all the time, or to switch with Colossals. STF is there mainly for recovery and also to lure out possible reversals for Snake Eyes and Tombstone. Pre-match wise, its all about dropping opponent's hand as much as possible, while bringing yours up as much as possible. If you're lucky, Icy Stare will ensure your initial fort and you can skip playing cores altogether.




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Tournament Announcements / SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 3
« on: August 14, 2017, 08:58:02 AM »

Welcome to the cycle 3 main page! Hot off the heels of an awesome cycle 2, we begin our journey down part 3 of this never ending adventure for greatness. As mentioned previously, this cycle will consist of 5 separate tournaments so we can cut off the year nicely. 

So you might ask, what's in for you to join us? Well, apart from the door gift, lucky draw, and top prize(s) PER tournament, you get to mix with different people from different parts of Singapore! Who knows, you might also find someone playing that's staying next to you! Tonnes of fun awaits you, including having to witness the first every VR MITB cash in, as well as a possible new player to top the cycle! Did I also mention that each tournament would earn you points for the ultimate cycle prize??!?!

Points will be accumulated throughout the 5 tournaments, and here's the prize scheme:
1. 1st place will get 3 alt art superstar of their choice, 2nd will get 2, 3rd will get 1 ($ required)
2. Every participant for the cycle would be entitled to 1 extremist of their choice at the end of the cycle ($ required)
3. Lucky draw would be applicable for the rest of the players not in the top few (free)

Here's how the scoring works:
1. Every participant will by default get 1pt for participation
2. For every victory (regardless CO, DQ), will be considered 1pt
3. At the end of the day if there's a tie, we will take into consideration who has more pins
4. If all else fails, a tie breaker match would determine the true champion (subjected to change depending on players)

Without further adieu, here's the line up for Cycle 3:

August Tournament: Summerslam




Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchard Gateway #04-09/10
When: 27th August 2017
Time: 3pm - 6pm
Special Rules: NIL
Door Gift: You Hit Like A Girl
Lucky Draw: Alt Art The Degenerates Faction set
Top Prize(s): Alt art superstar of your choice



1st Calvin Test: 7-0
2nd Roy Sandman: 5-2
3rd Keith Stone Cold: 4-3
4th Eugene Umaga: 4-3
5th Sheila CM Punk: 3-4
6th Daniel Shield: 3-4
7th Vincent Matt Hardy: 1-6
8th Joewi Big Show: 1-6

Calvin (P) vs Roy
Calvin (P) vs Keith
Calvin (P) vs Eugene
Calvin (P) vs Sheila
Calvin (P) vs Daniel
Calvin (CO) vs Vincent
Calvin (P) vs Joewi
 
Roy (P) vs Keith
Roy (P) vs Sheila
Roy (P) vs Daniel
Roy (P) vs Vincent
Roy (P) vs Joewi
Roy vs Calvin (P)
Roy vs Eugene (P)
 
Keith (P) vs Eugene
Keith (P) vs Sheila
Keith (P) vs Daniel
Keith (P) vs Vincent
Keith vs Calvin (P)
Keith vs Roy (P)
Keith vs Joewi (P)
 
Eugene (P) vs Roy
Eugene (CO) vs Sheila
Eugene (P) vs Vincent
Eugene (P) vs Joewi
Eugene vs Calvin (P)
Eugene vs Keith (P)
Eugene vs Daniel (P)
 
Sheila (P) vs Daniel
Sheila (P) vs Vincent
Sheila (P) vs Joewi
Sheila vs Calvin (P)
Sheila vs Roy (P)
Sheila vs Keith (P)
Sheila vs Eugene (CO)
 
Daniel (P) vs Roy
Daniel (P) vs Vincent
Daniel (P) vs Joewi
Daniel vs Calvin (P)
Daniel vs Keith (P)
Daniel vs Eugene (P)
Daniel vs Sheila (P)
 
Vincent (P) vs Joewi
Vincent vs Calvin (CO)
Vincent vs Roy (P)
Vincent vs Keith (P)
Vincent vs Eugene (P)
Vincent vs Sheila (P)
Vincent vs Daniel (P)
 
Joewi (P) vs Keith
Joewi vs Calvin (P)
Joewi vs Roy (P)
Joewi vs Eugene (P)
Joewi vs Sheila (P)
Joewi vs Daniel (P)
Joewi vs Vincent (P)












September Tournament: No Mercy




Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchard Gateway 04-09/10
When: 24th September 2017
Time: 3pm - 6pm
Special Rules: NIL
Door Gift: In ECW, We Never Back Down From A Fight
Lucky Draw: Alt Art Tomorrow's WWE Legends Faction set
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice

1st Keith Undertaker: 5-0
2nd Roy Ric Flair: 3-2
3rd Vincent Unltimate Warrior: 3-2
4th Jun Yi Andre The Giant: 2-3
5th Sheila Goldberg: 1-4
6th Calvin CM Punk: 1-4

Keith (P) vs Roy
Keith (P) vs Vincent
Keith (P) vs Jun Yi
Keith (P) vs Sheila
Keith (CO) vs Calvin
 
Roy (P) vs Vincent
Roy (P) vs Sheila
Roy (P) vs Calvin
Roy vs Keith (P)
Roy vs Jun Yi (P)
 
Vincent (P) vs Jun Yi
Vincent (P) vs Sheila
Vincent (P) vs Calvin
Vincent vs Keith (P)
Vincent vs Roy (P)
 
Jun Yi (P) vs Roy
Jun Yi (P) vs Sheila
Jun Yi vs Keith (P)
Jun Yi vs Vincent (P)
Jun Yi vs Calvin (P)
 
Sheila (CO) vs Calvin
Sheila vs Keith (P)
Sheila vs Roy (P)
Sheila vs Vincent (P)
Sheila vs Jun Yi (P)
 
Calvin (P) vs Jun Yi
Calvin vs Keith (CO)
Calvin vs Roy (P)
Calvin vs Vincent (P)
Calvin vs Sheila (CO)

Pictures of event:






October Tournament: TLC Match (Special stipulation)



Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchardgateway
When: 29th October 2017
Time: 12pm - 2pm
Special Rules: Printed Extremist, printed on Extremely Charismatic Wrestlers and Incredible High Flyers
Playable Superstars:
bWo
Dudley Boyz
Raven
Rhyno
Tajiri
Tazz
Kurt Angle
Big Show
Christain
William Regal
Hardy Boyz
Jeff Hardy
Matt Hardy
Rey Mysterio
Kofi Kingston
RVD
Sabu
Test
Sandman
CM Punk
Terry Funk
Tommy Dreamer
Balls Mahoney
Kevin Thorn
Elijah Burke
Marcus Cor Von
Matt Striker

Door Gift: Alt Art New Breed Unleashed
Lucky Draw: Alt Art New Breed Faction - Awarded to Joewi
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice - Awarded to Sheila

Results
1st Sheila Tazz: 5-0
2nd Joewi Tajiri: 4-1
3rd: KM Kurt Angle: 3-2
4th: Calvin K Rey Mysterio: 2-3
5th: Keith Matt Hardy: 1-4
6th: Calvin N Sabu: 0-5

Tazz (P) vs Tajiri
Tazz (P) vs Kurt Angle
Tazz (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Tazz (P) vs Matt Hardy
Tazz (P) vs Sabu

Tajiri (P) vs Kurt Angle
Tajiri (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Tajiri (P) vs Matt Hardy
Tajiri (P) vs Sabu
Tajiri vs Tazz (P)

Kurt Angle (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Kurt Angle (P) vs Matt Hardy
Kurt Angle (P) vs Sabu
Kurt Angle vs Tazz (P)
Kurt Angle vs Tajiri (P)

Rey Mysterio (P) vs Matt Hardy
Rey Mysterio (P) vs Sabu
Rey Mysterio vs Tazz (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Tajiri (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Kurt Angle (P)

Matt Hardy (P) vs Sabu
Matt Hardy vs Tazz (P)
Matt Hardy vs Tajiri (P)
Matt Hardy vs Kurt Angle (P)
Matt Hardy vs Rey Mysterio (P)

Sabu vs Tazz (P)
Sabu vs Tajiri (P)
Sabu vs Kurt Angle (P)
Sabu vs Rey Mysterio (P)
Sabu vs Matt Hardy (P)






November Tournament: Survivor Series




Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchardgateway
When: 19th November 2017
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Special Rules: NIL
Door Gift: Alt Art Right On Target
Lucky Draw: Alt Art Attitude Adjusters
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice


Results
1st: Calvin Neo Jerishow: 4-2
2nd: Daniel Shawn Michaels: 4-2
3rd: Joewi Hulk Hogan: 3-3
4th: Roy Kofi Kingston 3-3
5th: Keith Great Khali 3-3
6th: Sheila Rey Mysterio 2-4
7th: Calvin K Elijah Burke 1-5

Jerishow (P) vs Shawn Michaels
Jerishow (P) vs Hulk Hogan
Jerishow (P) vs Kofi Kingston
Jerishow (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Jerishow vs Great Khali (P)
Jerishow vs Elijah Burke
 
Shawn Michaels (P) vs Hulk Hogan
Shawn Michaels (P) vs Kofi Kingston
Shawn Michaels (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Shawn Michaels (P) vs Elijah Burke
Shawn Michaels vs Jerishow (P)
Shawn Michaels vs Great Khali (P)
 
Hulk Hogan (P) vs Kofi Kingston
Hulk Hogan (P) vs Great Khali
Hulk Hogan (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Hulk Hogan vs Jerishow (P)
Hulk Hogan vs Shawn Michaels (P)
Hulk Hogan vs Elijah Burke (P)
 
Kofi Kingston (P) vs Great Khali
Kofi Kingston (P) vs Rey Mysterio
Kofi Kingston (P) vs Elijah Burke
Kofi Kingston vs Jerishow (P)
Kofi Kingston vs Shawn Michaels (P)
Kofi Kingston vs Hulk Hogan (P)
 
Great Khali (P) vs Jerishow
Great Khali (P) vs Shawn Michaels
Great Khali (P) vs Elijah Burke
Great Khali  vs Kofi Kingston (P)
Great Khali  vs Hulk Hogan (P)
Great Khali  vs Rey Mysterio (P)
 
Rey Mysterio (P) vs Great Khali
Rey Mysterio (P) vs Elijah Burke
Rey Mysterio vs Jerishow (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Shawn Michaels (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Hulk Hogan (P)
Rey Mysterio vs Kofi Kingston (P)
 
Elijah Burke (P) vs Hulk Hogan
Elijah Burke vs Jerishow (P)
Elijah Burke vs Shawn Michaels (P)
Elijah Burke vs Kofi Kingston (P)
Elijah Burke vs Great Khali (P)
Elijah Burke vs Rey Mysterio (P)





December Tournament: Clash Of Champions (Special stipulation)


Where: Monarch Affinity @ Orchardgateway
When: 17th December 2017
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Door Gift: 1 Random Authentic Promo (New Breed Unleashed, 4ever: No Mercy, Judgement Day, or You're Drafted)
Lucky Draw: Alt Art ECW Originals
Top Prize(s): Alt art of winner's choice
Special Rules: Since we are doing Clash of Champions, the special rules would be that only superstars that have came in 1st, 2nd or 3rd in all our previous tourneys can be played. However, for diversity sake, you are not allowed to play the same superstar you won with.

Terry Funk (Sheila)
Christian (Joewi)
Undertaker (Joshua, Keith, Sheila)
Triple H (Tian Sheng)
Big Show (Sheila)
Kofi Kingston (Keith)
Tommy Dreamer (Keith)
Ric Flair (Balls, Roy)
Randy Orton (Vincent)
Shield (Eugene, Sheila)
Ryback (Roy)
Jerishow (Sheila, Calvin N)
Hardy Boyz (Keith)
BWO (Eugene)
RVD (Joewi)
Rhyno (Sheila, Joewi)
Dudly Boyz (Keith)
Santino Marella (Roy)
Sheamus (Keith)
Brock Lesnar (Tian Sheng)
Daniel Bryan (Keith)
Dolph Ziggler (Vincent)
D-X (Keith)
Dudley Boyz (Tian Sheng)
Kurt Angle (Jun Yi, KM)
Matt Striker (Calvin)
Mark Henry (Sheila)
Rey Mysterio (Jun Yi)
Andre (Vincent)
Chris Jericho (Sheila)
John Lauranaitus (Vincent)
Wyatt Family (Sheila)
Test (Calvin)
Sandman (Roy)
Stone Cold (Keith)
Ultimate Warrior (Vincent)
Tazz (Sheila)
Tajiri (Joewi)
Shawn Michaels (Daniel)
Hulk Hogan (Joewi)

Results:

1st : Vincent BWO: 5-1
2nd: Calvin N The Shield: 5-1
3rd: Roy Tajiri1: 4-2
4th: Joewi Test 3-3
5th: Keith Dolph Ziggler 2-4
6th: KM Tajiri2: 1-5
7th: Sheila Kurt Angle: 1-5

BWO (P) vs The Shield
BWO (P) vs Test
BWO (P) vs Dolph Ziggler
BWO (P) vs Tajiri2
BWO (P) vs Kurt Angle
BWO vs Tajiri1 (CO)

The Shield (P) vs Tajiri1
The Shield (P) vs Test
The Shield (P) vs Dolph Ziggler
The Shield (P) vs Tajiri2
The Shield (P) vs Kurt Angle
The Shield vs BWO (P)

Tajiri1 (CO) vs BWO
Tajiri1 (CO) vs Dolph Ziggler
Tajiri1 (P) vs Tajiri2
Tajiri1 (P) vs Kurt Angle
Tajiri1 vs The Shield (P)
Tajiri1 vs Test (P)
Test (P) vs Tajiri1
Test (P) vs Dolph Ziggler
Test (P) vs Tajiri2
Test vs BWO (P)
Test vs The Shield (P)
Test vs Kurt Angle (P)

Dolph Ziggler (P) vs Tajiri2
Dolph Ziggler (P) vs Kurt Angle
Dolph Ziggler vs BWO (P)
Dolph Ziggler vs The Shield (P)
Dolph Ziggler vs Tajiri1 (CO)
Dolph Ziggler vs Test (P)

Tajiri2 (P) vs Kurt Angle
Tajiri2 vs BWO (P)
Tajiri2 vs The Shield (P)
Tajiri2 vs Tajiri1 (P)
Tajiri2 vs Dolph Ziggler (P)
Tajiri2 vs Kurt Angle (P)

Kurt Angle (P) vs Test
Kurt Angle vs BWO (P)
Kurt Angle vs The Shield (P)
Kurt Angle vs Tajiri1 (P)
Kurt Angle vs Dolph Ziggler (P)
Kurt Angle vs Tajiri2 (P)





Points updated as of 17/12/17


End Cycle Prizes
After feedback from the previous end cycle prizes, we have decided to revamp the prizing system!
We will split the cycle ranking into top tier, middle tier, and bottom tier. If it is not even, the lesser group will be the top tier (ie. 3ppl, 4ppl, 4ppl)

Top tier: 2 alt art revo superstar full set
Middle tier: 1 alt art revo superstar full set
Bottom tier: 2 alt art revo title belts (excluding WWE World Heavyweight and WWE Tag Team)
Everyone in the cycle is entitled to: 1 alt art extremist full set
Lucky draw for bottom tier only: 1 alt art FOIL HHH Set and 1 alt art FOIL Undertaker set (sponsored by players)
Lucky draw for everyone: Tomb Raider Figurine (Sponsored by player)


As usual, non foil printing is 25c each and foil is 50c each. Everyone is applicable for prizes, but you can always donate your prizes to another person you think might need it more.

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Deck Reviews - Revolution / <R> Wyatt Family
« on: August 04, 2017, 10:11:23 PM »
Wyatt Family deck that came in 3rd with 7-2 score. We did have a no faction restriction so that might be something to explore if required.

Not sure if this was the intended tactic when the ability was conceived, but it did pretty well in stopping Core decks, while keeping the handsize and arsenal at a healthy amount. Filling in the Blanks + ability helps to keep the handsize up. The only searchable maneuvers are Arm Wrench, Bow and Arrow, Dragon Sleeper and STF, each with its own use for recovery or when you know opponent can't reverse them. Gone not Forgotten helps to re-use reversed maneuvers.


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Deck Reviews - Revolution / <R> BWO
« on: August 04, 2017, 09:40:22 PM »
Went 4-5 into recent tourney, although it didn't make use of their ability too much.



Basically the antic to search for is Shock the World, and tribute is there to search for Scissors Hold (in case I dont get it in the first time). I do have other 0Fs just in case I had to shuffle my hand. From there, I would use Climbing The Ladder to keep my hand up with all the means. That said, I would have changed my maneuvers up alittle to include the tag team means as they would have been in fort range once I hit in my core.

The best flow the deck could go at the start would be Shocked, Scissors, Transition, Double Elbow Drop. From there, its more of using the Antics to re-use my reversals, while trying to hit in the Hold Means  to recover and draw more reversals. Definitely lots of space for improvement, but this can probably be a stepping stone.

One more thing is that we didn't allow Factions in that tourney. Otherwise, like what Deburaito mentioned, Degenerates and Eat Spit would have a far better combo.


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Tournament Reports / VR Battleground 2017 Personal Report
« on: August 02, 2017, 09:38:54 AM »
10 ppl turn out was superb as we definitely had alot of fun playing against 9 other opponents in a round robin. And true to revo's advantage, we cleared the game in around 3 hours. The first person to clear 9 matches stopped in bout 2h 15min to 2h 30min mark. Since it was the last tourney of the cycle, thought I would do a short personal report as well.

Round 1: BWO vs Cesaro
Superb hand to start with. Searched for shock the world with Takin over, ans scissors hold for tribute. Let his first maneuver in, shocked the world, scissors hold, transition hold, double elbow drop. From there, it was overexposure and double leg lock crabs till Pinfall.

1-0

Round 2: BWO vs Rhyno
Round 2 from morning deck testing, colossal Rhyno faired so much better than mean Rhyno. Wasn't able to reverse his Colossals at all, and I sis think get much cards into ring. Being stuck at 6f for majority of the game wasn't fun and that two for the show came in a tad bit too late. Lost by count out.

1-1

Round 3: BWO vs Andre The Giant
Previously unannounced Andre went really well last tourney. On the other hand, I packed 5 antics in my deck and drew 4 of them in my starting hand of 7.  Jun yi certainly paid tribute to the legend by having his move set similar to Andre. I haven't eaten a big boot as reversal for a long time, but andre fed 1 to me. Somehow I managed to continuously hit him with means while reversing his to steal a win.

2-1

Round 4: BWO vs Hulk Hogan
In sort of an Antic vs Antic deck, Hogan got the better of me with his Ashley x 2 and his 10dmg arm cores. No way I could stop that onslaught. Lost by Pinfall to a Spirited turn of events. Really good use of unorthodox tactics in RP:Arm and Antics in general.

2-2

Round 5: BWO vs Shield
No numbers game here, but landslide victory for Calvin. He got a big lucky start with 2 second sols and maybe drew into more 1 sols. For the entire match I only got it Shocked, gut punch, desperate and two for the show for 13f before he finished me off with ensuigiri and triple powerbomb. Superb display of prowess.   

2-3

Round 6: BWO vs John Laurinaitus
John laurinaitus had a small but lucky hand. I got tricked into believing that he could reverse my momentum with his Theodore so I didn't search for Shock The World. If I had known that he would drop that first turn for his SS antic, I would have shocked the world instead. Anyway, there wasn't much offense by me as I got hit with 2 2nd solutions, momentum-Ed scissors hold and lord of darkness (from corner) later, I ate the 20D knock out punch and would never recover from that. Quick game once again.

2-4

Round 7: BWO vs King Booker
This match played out a few times but was always a 50 50. Luckily I had the upper hand of getting the fort with the combo from match 1. He did manage to get in quite a few moves and antics but somehow, my double leg lock crab prevailed for a lucky win. Both of us had no more than 10 cards in arsenal.

3-4

Round 8: BWO vs Ryback
Ryback was extremely unlucky throughout the game. If I that wasn't enough, his opponents were too lucky. Had an early lock on his cores from my second solutions and one sols. It was a fair game with much back and forth, and of cause momentum here and there. But luckily for me, finished in into Backpack only did 2 dmg (died to this 4 times during our deck tests). From there he nv recovered and I mean-ed my way to pinfall.

4-4

Round 9: BWO vs Wyatt Family
Another match with numerous play test, but it was obvious from the start that wyatt family had the definite upper hand for core starters. Not much of back and forth, as my scissors hold got reversed about..... 7 times? Hahaha. And desperate came too late, resulting in a squash. Red wall + infinite drawing power really proved to be useful and absolutely devastating for core decks.

4-5


Overall 4-5 was still better than I expected of BWO even though I didn't use more than 10 antics throughout the 9 games, of which I used 4 in the game with Andre.

Definitely looking forward to cycle 3 and hope that more players can join in the game :)

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Tournament Reports / SG VR Backlash 2017
« on: May 30, 2017, 11:05:50 AM »

Excellent game play during the entire tourney. Great to see new players integrating so well into the scene, be it maintaining a strong position in the ranking or coming out undefeated in a 6man/woman tourney featuring only Revo superstars that belong to Revo Factions.

1st: Calvin - Matt Striker 5-0
2nd: Sheila - Mark Henry 3-2
3rd: Jun Yi - Rey Mysterio 3-2
4th: Roy - Jeff Hardy 2-3
Joewi - Brock Lesnar 2-3
Keith - Great Khali 0-5

Calvin (P) vs Sheila
Calvin (P) vs Jun Yi
Calvin (P) vs Roy
Calvin (P) vs Joewi
Calvin (P) vs Keith

Sheila (P) vs Jun Yi
Sheila (P) vs Joewi
Sheila (P) vs Keith
Sheila vs Calvin (P)
Sheila vs Roy (P)

Jun Yi (P) vs Roy
Jun Yi (P) vs Joewi
Jun Yi (P) vs Keith
Jun Yi vs Calvin (P)
Jun Yi vs Sheila (P)

Roy (P) vs Sheila
Roy (P) vs Keith
Roy vs Calvin (P)
Roy vs Jun Yi (P)
Roy vs Joewi (P)

Joewi (P) vs Roy
Joewi (P) vs Keith
Joewi vs Calvin (P)
Joewi vs Jun Yi (P)
Joewi vs Sheila (P)

Keith vs Calvin (P)
Keith vs Sheila (P)
Keith vs Jun Yi (P)
Keith vs Roy (P)
Keith vs Joewi (P)

Some pictures of the tourney:








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Tournament Reports / SG VR Wrestlemania Tourney 2017 Results
« on: April 09, 2017, 12:48:00 AM »

Where: Battle Bunker @ Bugis+ lvl 3
When: 8th April Saturday
Time: 2pm - 3.30pm
Special Rules: No Special rules!
Top Prize: Alt Art Attitude Adjusters Faction Set (rolled over to next tourney)



Results
1st: Keith – D-X 5-0 (6 points)
2: Tian Sheng – Dudley Boyz 4-1 (5 points)
3: Jun Yi – Kurt Angle 3-2 (3 points)
4,5,6th (no order):
Daniel – John Cena 1-4 (2 points)
Calvin – Matt Striker 1-4 (2 points)
Sheila – Cesaro 1-4 (2 points)

Keith (p) vs Tian Sheng
Keith (p) vs Jun Yi
Keith (p) vs Sheila
Keith (p) vs Calvin
Keith (p) Daniel

Tian Sheng (p) vs Jun Yi
Tian Sheng (p) vs Sheila
Tian Sheng (p) vs Calvin
Tian Sheng (p) vs Daniel
Tian Sheng vs Keith (p)

Jun Yi (p) vs Sheila
Jun Yi (p) vs Calvin
Jun Yi (p) vs Daniel
Jun Yi vs Keith (P)
Jun Yi vs Tian Sheng (p)

Daniel (p) vs Calvin
Daniel vs Keith (p)
Daniel vs Tian Sheng (p)
Daniel vs Jun Yi (p)
Daniel vs Sheila (p)

Sheila (p) vs Daniel
Sheila vs Keith (p)
Sheila vs Tian Sheng (p)
Sheila vs Jun Yi (p)
Sheila vs Calvin (p)

Calvin (p) vs Sheila
Calvin vs Keith (p)
Calvin vs Tian Sheng (p)
Calvin vs Jun Yi (p)
Calvin vs Daniel (p)

Some pictures of the tournament

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Tournament Announcements / SG VR Wrestlemania Tourney 2017
« on: March 21, 2017, 08:40:11 AM »

Format: Virtual Revolution
Where: Battle Bunker @ Bugis+ lvl 3
When: 8th April Saturday
Time: 2pm - 3.30pm
Special Rules: No Special rules!
Top Prize: Alt Art Attitude Adjusters Faction Set



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