Discussion in 'Organized Play Information & Tournament Reports' started by OshaWaterBottle, Mar 2, 2014.
who you lose to?
Isiah with a Darkrai/Yvetal mirror. I had horrible setups during both games, so I lost. And wut sucks at the same time, is that I lost the first round of cut. It ALWAYS happens.
laser didn't keep him asleep 6/7 of the time like our game did?
Basically, yeah. And I he countering my Yvetals when I couldn't counter his. Do you know what I mean by that?[DOUBLEPOST=1395615974][/DOUBLEPOST]Are you going to the 3/31 SDGC League Challenge?
probably with some rougue deck, if i get my invite its gonna be through the LCQ at worlds
Lol im playing my deck right now
I LCQ'd into Worlds last year.
You would fly ALL THE WAY to Washington D.C. just for LCQ?
LOL East coast is best. You have NO idea.
I'M KIDDING IF YOU DIDN'T GET IT.
We can't judge competition from other places unless we've experienced it. Most areas are difficult besides like Arkansas.
no I would go for the experience, to meet my friends, and watch the finals matches. Not just for the LCQ
Oh, ok.[DOUBLEPOST=1395619132][/DOUBLEPOST]Lul I should do my Season....
Can you guys give me link for the league challenge on the 3/31[DOUBLEPOST=1395628278][/DOUBLEPOST]Are you gonna update it with CA states
yeah i will soon.[DOUBLEPOST=1395629892][/DOUBLEPOST]Updated with cali states TERRIBLE luck at flips.
I can taste the salt from here. Also the NE is also very tough, I know Cali players, and they aren't bad, but not super good. Oregon/Washington players however...
Hayden, Sam Hough, Cal Connor, Koichi, Colter Decker. GG nore
Ian is good.
Rowan is good.
Micah is good.
And if I do say so myself, I'm ok xD
Oh yea and they have all them too! Hahaha forgot Ian, idk the other people. or you!
Just to put it simply, pretty much all of west coast is tough.
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