Hey guys, Jon here again with another article. With the release of Unified Minds and TPCi announcing that Worlds will be held with the post-rotation, UPR-on format, there’s a lot of information to take in and analyze in a short amount of time. There are so many new decks and cards that need to be explored. Although having to deal with an entirely new format, I am quite excited to see how everything will turn out in the end at Worlds.
Now I will admit, I have been very lax when it comes to playing recently due to how draining the entire season has been. I was able to finish 11th in North America which gives me a free invite to Day 2 of Worlds, but the side effect of going to so many events is burning out somewhere along the line. In my time off I’ve still been talking about decks and other ideas with people, but without the stress of realizing that there’s a big event coming up next week that I need to scramble for. Also, I, like many other top players, have been playing a lot of Teamfight Tactics (TFT for short). We joke about how TFT will be our downfall in terms of doing well at Worlds because we’ve played so much of it. Breaks are nice, but with Worlds just a couple of weeks away, it is time to buckle down and prepare for the big finale of the season.
In my testing so far, I’ve noticed that a lot of the decks that dominated before (e.g., PikaRom and ReshiZard) are still quite good, if not the best now. This might be due to lists of the newcomer decks not being perfected yet, but this is at least what preliminary testing is showing. My personal favorites have been PikaRom and ReshiZard, and those are the ones that I will be going over today. With that being said, let’s go!
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