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2016 National Championship
Name: Steve Chu
Deck Name: Hat girl, robot girl, chuuni, and imouto
Da Capo / Dal Segno
How was the regional? A long long tournament, but it paid off at the end. I was nervous before the tournament and before top 8, and after my 1 loss in Swiss. But it just got better during the matches.
How do you win with your deck? The deck needs to get the experience requirement for the 2/1 early play. With the 2/1, the deck can plus with combo and wall. At lv2, early play heal - the way of the future. Lastly, Noeri restand (RNG or setup, either one works, right?). Also, the deck has a few cool tricks to do with Creek.
Any shoutouts? Shoutout to the entire Toronto WS community that keeps pushing the competitive scene. Thanks for Ryan W and all the others that came and stayed with me to the end!
Name: Tosh M.
Deck Name: Reverse Harem Force Activate!!
How was the regional? Pretty good best game i had was a friend from Toronto he played to love ru really close game.Had plenty of fun and meet with friends that i hadn't seen for a long time.
How do you win with your deck? Level zero i set up with my searchers, level 1 salvage most of my level one, two and three. And hope to cancel alot by compressing and keeping a rest counter in hand for an emergency.
Any shoutouts? Thanks everyone for Treasure Chest and Collectables for play testing against me. Shutout to Weber, Albert, Tyrone, Hyoma, Robbie, Richie, and everyone else. Yes Soldan you too. Oh Baby.
Name: Mike C.
Deck Name: JKTCG
How was the regional? The tournament was pretty well run. I lost the very first round so I was on the edge for the remainder of the tournament. Thankfully I kept composure and won the rest of my games until top 4, with my opponent getting a trigger for exact lethal on final attack.
How do you win with your deck? Compress and salvage. Rejoice at the lack of Hatsukaze-Choice and the fact that Mikan antisalvage is 500 power.
Any shoutouts? Shoutouts to JKTCG for being 100% supportive of my competitive endeavors despite work days. Also a big thanks to the various people that let me borrow decks for testing, including but not limited to Neel, Joon, and Randall.d.Randall. Small shoutout to my Ro8 match against my roommate Kobe, where I used 3/2 Jyushi to heal 6 from level 3