Tourney this guy's night

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Tourney this guy's night

Postby admin » Thu May 28, 2015 9:29 am

5 PM this Friday!

Bring the usual stuff, and a deck built for a "Pauper" 1 v 1 tourney...
--Buy in will be $10
--Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd will vary by number of people, but will look something like this: 1st place: 4 packs, 2nd place: 3 packs, 3rd place: 2 packs, 4th place: 1 pack
--Rules for your deck/the tourney:
  • You may one (1) card with a TCGPLAYER "Low" price greater than $1 in your deck, and only ONE card.
  • Your deck may not have a greater total value than $20 (I'm fine with you checking the more expensive cards and then estimating the rest).
  • Your deck should be Tournament-standard: 60+ cards, no more than 4 copies of a single card, sideboard, if it exists, of exactly 15 cards.
  • Standard rules apply: Player who rolls highest chooses who plays first, and the other player will draw first. EACH mulligan, starting with the first, you get one less card.
  • This will be a best of 3 games, non-elimination bracket tournament. Winners of the first round play each other, losers play each other for second round, and so on. The player with the most wins at the end gets first place. In the event of a tie for a placing, if the tied players played each other, the winner of that match gets the higher placing. Otherwise, they play a "best of 1" tiebreaker game.
-Doigey :ugeek:
-Setting Writer, Awari; Game Designer, ROC
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Re: Tourney this guy's night

Postby admin » Thu May 28, 2015 9:29 am

Keep in mind, 1 v 1 is a faster format than we're used to, and smaller creatures and things like burn decks have a much greater impact....
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