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Tokyo YCS Japan will be held in Hall 3 of the Tokyo Big Site on October 6th, 2018
Osaka YCS Japan will be held in Hall 5 A of the INTEX Osaka convention center on October 8th, 2018
Entry can only be acquired by purchasing the “Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Japan Duel Item Set” from the “Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game” Set. The first 2000 individuals to arrive on site and receive their “Yu-Gi-Oh! Championship Series Japan Duel Item Set” at the venue will be allowed to participate.
There will also be Side Events that are free to enter.
The preliminary rounds will be 7 rounds of Swiss Style in your named Block.
The top 32 players of the preliminaries will go to Top Cut and play off in 5 rounds to determine the event’s victor.
Both Preliminaries and Top Cut rounds will be Best-of-1 Round Format. No Side Decks.
remember to try sorting that out proper before posting it. it makes far more sense with a second glance, but on the first glance, it looked like you were saying something completely different. i'm closing that particular loop before it really does get taken the wrong way.
Please doc the points from me if it hasn't already been done so. I feel like a mod contacted me to clear it around April, but I don't mind paying again to get him the alpha group. Also please allow him to customize the group to his heart's content, that too I'll pay for.
This is in debates due to being better safe than sorry. You would have thrown this thread in Debates if this happened months ago, Dad. And tbh, Colorado could have won the first case if some officials weren't idiots.
They might have won the first case if the officials weren't idiots, but now the swing justice that everyone had to cater to is gone. There are 5 votes for a right wing response to this crap. Also, Dildo lady here clearly isn't doing it in good faith
The Christian baker in Colorado who won the SCOTUS case and is now charged with refusing to bake a gender transition cake, was also allegedly asked by the same person to bake a cake of Satan licking a sex toy.
This report will cover 51 top-performing decks from 8 tournaments that were held in Japan and China during 5 – 14 August 2018.
13 Sky Striker
4 Good Stuff Link
3 Junk Doppel
3 Thunder Dragon
2 Greener Infernoid
2 HERO Gouki
1 Performapal Magician
1 Performapal Supreme King Magician
1 Cyber Dragon
1 Greener HERO Plant FTK
1 Wind-Up FTK
1 Yang Zing Dinosaur
kazuma went 6-0-2 and finished 1st in “43rd Adachi CS with Hatti CS” (Team 3v3).
The recent surge in popularity of Altergeist running Secret Village of the Spellcasters is giving Sky Striker a difficult time.
To improve the odds against Secret Village of the Spellcasters, Sky Striker is back to running Clara & Rushka, the Ventriloduo in the Extra Deck, and 1 Effect Veiler in the Main Deck.
Effect Veiler can be Special Summoned by Crystron Needlefiber and that would allow the Sky Striker player to activate Twin Twisters or Harpie’s Feather Duster to destroy Secret Village.
Dinowrestler Pankratops and Typhoon are available in the Side Deck to deal with Secret Village.
Hasegawa Akira (3rd in World Championship 2015, 5 – 8th in World Championship 2018) and Arikawa Ryuhei (5 – 8th in World Championship 2018) were running Altergeist and finished 3 – 4th together as a team in “10th Yokkaichi Cup with Hatti CS” (Team 3v3).
Hasegawa went 8-0, while Arikawa went 5-3. Both were running similar list, except for the Side Deck where Arikawa cut 1 Zombie World and 2 Heavy Storm Duster for 1 Dinowrestler Pankratops and 2 Skull Meister.
The increased popularity of Altergeist meant that the mirror match is a more frequent occurrence now, causing Anti-Spell Fragrance to be less desirable in the Main Deck.
Without Anti-Spell Fragrance, Hasegawa has to make up for his Spell disruption by going for 3 Secret Village of the Spellcasters and 1 Metaverse.
Metaverse functions as the 4th copy of Secret Village of the Spellcasters, and remains useful after Side Decking for pulling out Necrovalley or Zombie World.
Necrovalley is disruptive to Gouki, ABC, while Zombie World stops Thunder Dragon from Special Summoning Superbolt Thunder Dragon and Thunder Dragon Lord.
The current competitive scene has Sky Striker and Altergeist split at the top, while Thunder Dragon and Gouki has fallen out of favor.
Unfortunately Deck Build Pack: Hidden Summoners has no impact on the competitive scene.
The Bon Festival in Japan is a week long break and there are several tournaments held everyday.
The biggest tournament in China, the 8th China National Championship (CNC) will also be taking place in the upcoming weekend.
The results from these tournaments in Week #8 will be monumental in shaping the competitive scene for the rest of the OCG 2018.07 format.