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Offline Queensryche

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FFTCG US Nationals Decks
« on: September 19, 2017, 06:13:54 PM »
The US Nationals for the Final Fantasy TCG was held this weekend. The champion ended up being a player from Wisconsin, Joe Leszczynski. Top Four all qualified for Worlds in Tokyo later this year. FF Decks today got ahold of the decklists for the Top 12.

Decks can be viewed here.

Few things:
-Ice/Wind making up the finals was a massive surprise. It's not a decktype that saw much play until recently.
-A chocobo-themed deck being the championship deck was also a surprise. Guess the archtype does work, it just needs to be finely tuned.
-Legendary Bartz saw some play with the Top 12. Not bad for a card considered to be a garbage Legendary.
-Mono Water still running strong overall, as is Wind/Water.
-The third place deck is the most unique one I've seen. I think I want to try and build something like that, particularly because I want to use Legendary Ramza.

Locally, we ended up being represented well. Mike Scarbrough, a player whose home store is AU Wilmington, ended up coming in 20th overall. I believe you'd met him Pimpin.
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Re: FFTCG US Nationals Decks
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2017, 07:04:59 PM »
...I used to work with Joe.

Small world.
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