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Tournament Reports / Re: March 3 Barrie, Ontario
« on: March 17, 2018, 10:31:47 AM »
You probably gonna need a banner, pics of the prizes, AND a tournament name to pull off the "Stealing"!

But that aside, Funaki was a really surprising pick IMO because of the lack of Volley This. And Douche. And Don't Try. And Back Throw.

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Mine was a little more unorthodox. Basically I ran a semi aggro Christy deck that had alot of drawing to boost my hand to draw into my maneuvers. Back then in classic, there weren't any Douche or Carlito, so I would usually spam my Mod Clutch and Girly Grabs to high damage. All in the hope of pulling off Roll-up. Needless to say it was easier said than done since handsize is something hard to control, but there were legit few games were it went through, and all I could say to my opponent was that Roll Up is only 2D! Too bad.

Roll Up
High Risk / Reversal: Special

As a maneuver, can only be played after a successfully played 4D or greater maneuver.
As a reversal, reverse the card titled Back Body Drop and end your opponent’s turn.
When successfully played, if your Fortitude Rating is at least 20F greater than your opponent’s Fortitude Rating, OR if you have at least 5 cards more in your hand than your opponent, you win the game via Pinfall victory.
SmackDown! logo
F: 18    D: 2


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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: March 06, 2018, 08:21:27 AM »
Elimination Chamber was a blast! 8 person tournament, comeback of our first champion, return of an old player, and addition of a new player! Congratulations to Wen Huan for regaining your champion position, just like you did in the first SG VR tournament! Everyone walked away with a random door gift and congrats to Vincent for taking home the Alt art The Degenerates Faction.

On to my observations of the games:

1. Quite the opposite from the previous, because of the 8 decks that were played, 4 ran the maneuver reversal hybrids for their cores. It probably boils down to the need for drawing effect from Filling In The Blanks. This was a big difference from the first where only 1 of 8 decks ran those Cores.

2. Smarter placement of core reversals. We all knew that players are most likely to focus on having Scissors Hold, Elbow Smash and Snap Bulldog as their starting maneuvers since they can be picked up from ringside every turn. I observed that unlike the previous games where we would blanket pack the 3D and 4D reversals, players are getting smarter by packing reversals to counter those 3 maneuvers. This would also give them the necessary fort to play more things next turn. For example, Jeff Hardy packed 3 of each 4D reversals, just so it would be a perfect bridge from that reversal to Flying Forearm (4F 5D), which leads to Missile Dropkick (9F 15D).

3. Handsize manipulation is key. As mentioned, Filling In The Blanks is so popular because it not only adds cards into your hand, it also puts 1 not-so-useful card at the bottom. Apart from that, Cesaro always had a good starting hand because of WWE's Powerhouse and Swiss Superman that gave him a preview of the top of his arsenal and sieving out what to draw and what not to draw. The shocker was probably Stone Cold because he had a measly starting hand of 5 (+1 if Ruckus), but yet have the best hand advantage because he can put those unwanted cards in hand at the bottom and draw the same number. Cards like Shoulder Block and Thrown Into The Ring Apron also gave him insight of what to expect for the next draw.

Overall, it was a competitive yet extremely fun session for everyone! Hopefully more will pick up the format.

Until next time, Onward with the <R>evolution!

p.s. We are in talks with a store to host a Wrestlemania event! Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks. 

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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: March 03, 2018, 11:42:16 PM »
Take note, there's a change in venue as the previous venue is fully booked. We are at Popeyes at 313 Somerset basement. Sorry for the last change!

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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: February 20, 2018, 10:40:37 PM »
Take note that date for tourney 2 has been postponed the 4th March. Cya there!

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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: February 14, 2018, 10:15:47 AM »
Tourney details for tourney 2: Elimination Chamber is up!

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General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Card Database
« on: February 01, 2018, 06:34:46 PM »
Can anyone send me that text file from lackey? I can try to turn it into an excel. I'm actually copy pasting my way through. Only at expansion 3 Backlash lol. If someone can extract from lackey I'll be more than willing to turn it into excel.

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OK that's very clear! Adding layman terms really work well in understanding haha. I will try to do that the next time I explain stuff.

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Does this mean that Try to get away (reverses any Mean) can also Means that Elijah Burke plays? Reason being the Mean is still there regardless of how leader of the new breed changes it to colossal?

Revolution Leader of the New Breed
Pre-match: Event
You are considered to have Revolution The New Breed and 2 other cards with 'The New Breed' in the text in your Ring.
Your printed Means played from hand are instead Colossals and +4F.
Unique     ECW logo
V1

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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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General Chat / Re: 5000th Post!
« on: January 27, 2018, 07:47:03 PM »
Congrats! Looking forwards to you adding another 0 behind the number!

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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: January 26, 2018, 10:21:30 PM »
Cycle 4 Tourney 1 results are out! After 1 year+ of coming within 2nd or 3rd place, Ironteeth finally managed to clean house and go with a 7-0 final scoring. Sportsmanship was on point where the more seasoned players would point out tips or obvious reversals that people would pack. Ultimately such events are to foster positive playing experience! Being nice always helps to retain and attract :)

Interesting facts from the tourney:

1. Of the 8 participants, 3 participants were present in cycle 1. That shows how the format has grown from then.

2. Each game lasted between 10 to 20min, and there is a fair balance between matches that are close fights (both players <5 cards in arsenal), and obvious winners. Total gameplay amounted to about 2hrs+ of game play. Comparing 7 games in 2hrs to 2 games in 2hrs, Revo is more quick paced (due to its simplicity) and aggressive nature.

3. while the stipulation did try to push for usage of 'underused' superstars, most players stuck to superstars that were used before, like Triple H and Goldberg. But it was ultimately a superstar that hasn't been featured before that walked away with an alt art superstar of his choice, as well as a ticket to cash in against a champ in any of the remaining tournaments in this cycle.

4. Of the 8 decks played, only The Rock went with the maneuver reversal hybrids, and even so, its just for the 0F 7D maneuvers as Cores do 1D to him. HHH2 and Golderg went with the Good Luck With That reversals.

5. Scissors Hold, Double Leg Lock Crab are still the 2 most popular maneuvers due to their versatility and the lack of equally strong counterparts.

6. Most importantly, HHH's Hammer came out only once in the entire tournament!

All in all, it is what you would expect from a standard PPV. You get matches that are walkovers, some with alot of technical play, and the main event between 2 experienced players.

 Looking forward to Tourney 2: Elimination Chamber. Till next time, onward with the <R>evolution!

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1. Jack Gallagher - unique character and unorthodox wrestling style
2. Drew Gulak - wasn't a fan of him at the start, but boy did his powerpoint presentation sway my decision!
3. Cedric Alexander - Probably the main highlight of 205live now and for the near future

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No offence taken Creed. As players we get carried away. You've been doing this for such a long time, I think you know too damn well we are appreciative of all the effort you and your crew put into the game. Heck, I even donated twice.. Guess I get a tag then?? ;)

That said, we are really passionate about the format so feel free and PM us if you need help with idea generation, playtesting, or general feedback as a whole. We want to do more than just mention some names or donate, and without a doubt that's what everyone will be willing to do too regardless of format, play style or region.

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No plans for Revo, the demand is for Classic on the whole.  We'll see how it looks in another year or two though.

CREED

Aww thats sort of a bummer. There are new players picking up the format from Canada and US,  thought a few revo cards would continue the wave. Even so, can we have at least some promo that can be released during and after gencon, similar to the PPVs :)

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Any thoughts of giving Revo a little love? Need not be superstars, but maybe deck building cards to spice up the game. VR5 deck building was really good in changing the meta. Looking forward to something like that in the near future :)

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1.)  How viable is this superstar?
Elijah Burke has a good ability for pumping hand and recovery. But that is about it because he packs the depth in his other cards that could have pulled him up.
 
2.)  Is there a Superstar Specific Card that you'd like to spotlight? 
His ability is his best asset, all others are negligible. A worthy card to mention would be his Pre-match that you could build your deck around with.

3.)  How have you built said superstar?  How did it work out?
His ability doesn't lean towards anything so it's very general. You could go with either ring Psychology Leg to pick up maneuvers, while chucking the leftover reversals or unwanted legs below your Arsenal to get a higher chance of getting the card if ruckus is in play.
Another way would be to capitalise on his Pre-match by making all his means colossals. Outmaneuver is the most basic extreme reversal but that doesn't reverse colossals. So you would want to go with NON-extreme cores to build up fort to hit in colossals. Catching him in between 3 to 6f when you hit those colossals would mean he can't use slow the match to a crawl OR I won't be beat tonight.
The 3rd way of playing would be to make use of his 'put up to 1 card from Ringside at the bottom of your arsenal'. There are a bunch of cores that allow you to search for the same target or a different maneuver type. Use your ability to your advantage by recovering maneuvers thst you can search for. Lure thst hit like a girl out early in the game and you can keep searching your way to victory!

4.)  How well does the Superstar fare in whichever format you built them in be it VC/VAA/NXT/VR/Non-Virtual
His ability works well in all formats. In fact, it's even better than the Rock! But beyond that, it's up to individual preference to play depending on which format.

5.)  Final Thoughts on this Superstar?
Amazing ability for all formats, but a little disappointing on his support.

AND

6.) Since this Superstar is a Legacy one (in that he was in the game before Virtual) can you elaborate a little on how Virtual has changed this Superstar?
As stated above, his pre match can determine the build of the deck, but not entirely necessary.

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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: January 20, 2018, 08:33:09 PM »
Looking forward to meeting everyone later today at 3pm!

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General Discussion: Raw Deal / Re: Superstar Spotlight: <R> John Cena
« on: January 18, 2018, 09:17:24 AM »
1.)  How viable is this superstar?
To me, revo is about have the big hand and the big maneuvers. Cena definitely clears the first one due to his drawing power from ability. One could either use Ring Psychology Assault to pick up the Holds to discard, or can just use Double Leg Lock Crab for infinite drawing power. Once your hand grows too big, you can always opt for a random Samoan Drop to put back stuff you don't need, and then don't draw that many cards. Another way to fix the drawing of 'useless' cards is to play Filling In The Blank where you can draw 0 and put 1 at the bottom.

2.)  Is there a Superstar Specific Card that you'd like to spotlight? 
Revolution I’m Tougher than Nails
Antic
Put all cards from your Ringside into your hand: shuffle all cards from your hand into your Arsenal except for 2.
F: 12     D: 0     Unique
R1

Tougher is by far the best recovery card in the game because you are basically recovering the entire ringside without any pre-requisites. Once your hand is down to 2, BAM, you can use or ability to draw more cards.

3.)  How have you built said superstar?  How did it work out?
There are 3 ways to build imo.

1. Ring Psychology Assault with maneuver/reversal hybrid
Using the Assaults to pick both a Hold with RP Assault, AND a mean with storyline ability is sick. If it was a blank text, you get filling in the blank draw too. Coupled that with your organic superstar ability mean you are adding up to 5 cards into your hand per turn.

2. Ring Psychology Leg
Works similarly to the above, and could be the combination of both. However, you will be adding an additional leg to hand, but forgoing the Filling since none of the maneuver/reversal hybrids are target leg.

3. Recovery deck
This is probably the least lethal but most annoying, where you pack both Hardcore Hell and 4ever No Mercy, while using recovery cards like Short Arm Hammerlock, Bow And Arrow, Dragon Sleeper and STF. They are all holds, and depending on your local meta, you can shift towards a Core heavy deck or a Mean heavy deck. Both will be to your advantage

4.)  How well does the Superstar fare in whichever format you built them in be it VC/VAA/NXT/VR/Non-Virtual
VR is works extremely well, given that Filling In The Blank can allow him to put back cards he dont need without taking out more cards from arsenal than required. But other than that, the general idea of Cena works well in both Revo and VR. Can't say the same for VAA because playing Holds only might or might not be predictable considering the easy of recycling reversals into arsenal every turn. With so many reversal restrictions going around, having a big hand might not be the key to victory.

5.)  Final Thoughts on this Superstar?
Good beginner's deck for anyone that wants to start the game because like I mentioned, big hand gives more opportunities to reverse. That allows a beginner to have hand advantage and to have better control of the game.

6.) Since this Superstar is a Legacy one (in that he was in the game before Virtual) can you elaborate a little on how Virtual has changed this Superstar?
The inclusion the VR support makes the deck stronger in terms of drawing power. However, I ran it without the Virtual support because increasing your handsize by up to 5 a turn sounds unnecessary.

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Rules Forum / Re: Dean's rebound lariat
« on: January 13, 2018, 07:28:01 AM »
Thanks for the clear explanation as always! :)

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Rules Forum / Re: Dean's rebound lariat
« on: January 11, 2018, 04:43:27 PM »
Noted on that. Thanks Debu for the reply and Daeva for the confirmation. Would like to follow up on the same scenario.


5a Targeted opponent may play a reversal card or generate a reversal effect. (If he plays a reversal card, that card will follow its own Timing Breakdown sequence.)
5b If you played a card with Multi, targeted opponent may play or generate a second reversal after the first reversal has completed all effects and damage.
5c If the card is completely reversed, the Timing Breakdown ends.

According to the step 5 of timing breakdown, do we resolve the card text and dmg first then proceed to rebound, or do we resolve rebound, then the text and dmg of the reversal.

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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 / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: January 09, 2018, 05:01:49 PM »
Thanks Tim!

Yup we are from Singapore, thus the SG. We wanted to draw a bigger picture than just keeping everything as per each tournament, so we grouped them up as a cycle with an overall point system. Prizes are awarded based on per tournament basis and as an overall. As it is a consolidation of tournaments, all details and results are posted on the same post for easy reference.

Cycle 2 main page: http://teamcanadaonline.net///index.php/topic,17206.0.html
Cycle 3 main page: http://teamcanadaonline.net///index.php/topic,17550.0.html

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Tournament Announcements / Re: SG Virtual Revolution Cycle 4
« on: January 09, 2018, 07:23:02 AM »
Do take note that VR Royal Rumble time and date has been adjusted to fit player schedule.

Another modification to the rules that has been carried forward from the previous 2 cycles would be that players are not allowed to replay any superstar that they have used before in the same cycle, out of respect for all other players who make the effort to think and change their decks.

Cya guys there!

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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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