Quick Question: How did you qualify for the European Championship?

In order to take part in the 2015 WCQ: European Championship players needed to qualify. Qualification tournaments were held throughout the whole season with Nationals being the highlight. We asked a few players here in Dublin how they qualified for tomorrow’s Main Event.

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Jam

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[b] How did you qualify for the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Jam: [/b] I won my Regionals in Lester with Mermails. We had about 35 players there. I was a great event and I’m proud I made it. For tomorrow I’m relying on something different, even though I miss Mermails a lot.
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 Bhavin

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[b] How did you qualify for the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Bhavin: [/b] I qualified through Nationals. I ended up somewhere in Top 128. I piloted a Star Seraph Shaddoll build. I like it a lot and the way it interacts with other decks. It has a chance against every deck in the format and I’m running it tomorrow as well.
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Sam

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[b] How did you qualify for the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Sam: [/b] Won a Last Chance Qualifier about an hour ago. I thought I might as well try it here in Dublin and have a great time.

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Paddy Sarah & Friends

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[b] How did you qualify for the WCQ: European Championship 2015? [/b]
[quote][b] Paddy: [/b] I qualified coming in second place in a Regional playing a Spellbook Shaddoll deck. For the European Championship I’m running a pure Shaddoll deck. It feels more consistent to me.
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[quote][b] Sarah: [/b] I qualified at a Regional here in Dublin. I was pretty excited to see that this years European Championship was going to be held in my hometown. I rely on Qliphorts, they’re an explosive deck. [/quote]
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