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National Champions Part 3

07.07.2018 | 19:25 |
In Part 3 of our National Champions Profile we would like to present you the National Champions of Hungary, Norway and Italy. rpt
Name: Tokos Gábor Age: 29 Country: Hungary What Deck did win your Nationals with and what Deck are you playing today? Mermails, I like the Deck a lot. I’m playing the Deck now for 5 years straight, ever since they were hit with the first Forbidden & Limited List. Of course, I always adapt to the current metagame and make a few changes. Trickstar is my worst Match-Up due to Trickstar Reincarnation. I have to reveal my cards and when they Chain it, I lose my hand. All the other Decks are fine. Who was your toughest opponent at your National Championship? That was against SPYRAL Magicians. We played twice, in Swiss we had a draw and in Tops I won. I had a hard time breaking his board. In the end a well-timed D.D. Crow on SPYRAL Quik-Fix helped a lot. How did you prepare for this event? I checked the metagame breakdown on coverages and learned how the current Decks work. One of the most important changes to my Deck was taking out Ghost Ogre & Snow Rabbit and adding Droll & Lock Bird. Finally, have you had a chance to explore Berlin yet? Unfortunately not, we are already leaving on Monday mourning so I won’t have time. Final Word Shoutouts to the guys in Szekesfehervar and my friends for cheering for me.

 

Norway
Name: Jonathan Ljungman Age: 21 Country: Sweden, National Champion of Norway What Deck did win your Nationals with and what Deck are you playing today? I was running Gouki at the event. The Deck served me well and I decided to run a similar Deck for today. Actually, I made a lot of changes for this event. I reduced the number of handtraps and added the Sky Striker engine. Who was your toughest opponent at your National Championship? Top 8 was really hard. I won by a set Called by the Grave and a handtrap. That was clutch! How did you prepare for this event? I tried a lot of combos and discussed a lot of theorie. We playtested a lot I wanted ot play a combo Deck. I wanted to find out of the comvo Deck was able to compete and as soona s I waound out that it was I decided to stick with it. Finally, have you had a chance to explore Berlin yet? It depends on if I scrub out or not. Maybe later... Final Words? Shoutouts to Team Victory!

 

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Name: Collins Amiekhame Age: 23 Country: Italy What Deck did win your Nationals with and what Deck are you playing today? Sky Striker Trickstar, I’m running a similar build for this event. I added Phantom Skyblaster to the Deck and I’m really glad I did. The card is really good. Who was your toughest opponent at your National Championship? That was my Top 4 match against Pure Trickstar. He had 2 Gozen Match set and completely locked me out of the game until I drew into Psy-Frame Driver, the one card you never want to draw into. But in this case it was my only out to this situation. I tribute Summoned Trickstar Lilybell for it. He had to bounce it back to my Deck with Phoenix, and I drew it again. He couldn’t handle it a second time and therefore I won. How did you prepare for this event? Most of my friends were on holidays. We met at my house and playtested a lot. Finally, have you had a chance to explore Berlin yet? It’s a great city, I went to see the stadium where Italy won the World Cup in 2006. Final Words: Thanks to my team and my friends.