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Card Box Tournament (27th August)

Held on 27th August 2011

1st place
Player: Blossom 「妖夢」
Deck: Skill Drain Hero Beat 「スキドレHEROビート」

11 Monster
1x Elemental Hero Airman 「E・HERO エアーマン」
1x Honest 「オネスト」
2x Breaker the Magical Warrior 「魔導戦士 ブレイカー」
3x Raiou 「ライオウ」
1x Evocator Chevalier 「エヴォルテクター シュバリエ」
3x Elemental Hero Another Neos 「E・HERO アナザー・ネオス」

16 Magic
1x E - Emergency Call 「E-エマージェンシーコール」
1x Heavy Storm 「大嵐」
1x Monster Reborn 「死者蘇生」
1x Reinforcement of the Army 「増援」
1x Dark Hole 「ブラック・ホール」
2x Miracle Fusion 「ミラクル・フュージョン」
1x Forbidden Holy Lance 「禁じられた聖槍」
3x Mystical Space Typhoon 「サイクロン」
1x Super Polymerization 「超融合」
1x Book of Moon 「月の書」
3x Dual Spark 「デュアルスパーク」

13 Trap
1x Compulsory Evacuation Device 「強制脱出装置」
1x Torrential Tribute 「激流葬」
2x Dimensional Prison 「次元幽閉」
1x Mirror Force 「聖なるバリア-ミラーフォース-」
1x Trap Dustshoot 「ダスト・シュート」
2x Bottomless Trap Hole 「奈落の落とし穴」
2x Skill Drain 「スキルドレイン」
2x Solemn Warning 「神の警告」
1x Solemn Judgment 「神の宣告」

1x Kinetic Soldier 「サイファー・スカウター」
1x Snowman Eater 「スノーマンイーター」
2x D.D. Warrior Lady 「異次元の女戦士」
1x Kycoo the Ghost Destroyer 「霊滅術師 カイクウ」
2x Cyber Dragon 「サイバー・ドラゴン」

1x Nobleman of Crossout 「抹殺の使徒」
1x Shrink 「収縮」
1x Burden of the Mighty 「強者の苦痛」

1x Crack to the Different Dimension 「異次元への隙間」
1x Starlight Road 「スターライト・ロード」
1x The Transmigration Prophecy 「転生の予言」
1x Rainbow Life 「レインボー・ライフ」
1x Skill Drain 「スキルドレイン」

1x Elemental Hero Gaia 「E・HERO ガイア」
2x Elemental Hero Absolute Zero 「E・HERO アブソルートZero」
1x Elemental Hero Escuridão 「E・HERO エスクリダオ」
1x Elemental Hero Great Tornado 「E・HERO Great TORNADO」
2x Elemental Hero The Shining 「E・HERO The シャイニング」
1x Elemental Hero Nova Master 「E・HERO ノヴァマスター」
1x Surging Dragon Knight Dragoequites 「波動竜騎士 ドラゴエクィテス」

1x Brionac, Dragon of the Ice Boundary 「氷結界の龍 ブリューナク」
1x Gungnir, Dragon of the Ice Boundary 「氷結界の龍 グングニール」
1x Black Rose Dragon 「ブラック・ローズ・ドラゴン」
1x Scrap Dragon 「スクラップ・ドラゴン」
1x Stardust Dragon 「スターダスト・ドラゴン」
1x Trishula, Dragon of the Ice Boundary 「氷結界の龍 トリシューラ」
... (guest) - 2011/08/27 18:13

Why does he run so many traps?

He doesnt even have a starlight road or anything. Shouldn't he be afraid of his backrow blown by Heavy storm or MST?

Anonymous (guest) - 2011/08/27 18:41

Jumped the Shark?

Maybe we're all too paranoid. I think it's interesting that a trap-heavy deck like this won a tourney in a format that we were all thinking no one would use backrow. We got a real taste of what it was like to be able to set 3+ backrow as often as we want last format and we found how powerful that is. Dark Hole doesn't make people not summon 3+ monsters, after all.
funkdat (guest) - 2011/08/27 20:41

A few formats ago

People seem to forget that we use to have formats where Heavy Storm, Giant Trunade, MST, and Coldwave were all legal at once. Yet people still ran traps and won games with them. 1 Card out of 40 is not the end of setting cards and 3 MST isn't any different then the 2 MST and 1 Dust everyone was running.
Squiddy Rage! (guest) - 2011/08/27 22:21

this is ocg u moron
it's like a cryptic realm here where the dimensions of reality don't exist nothing is balanced here and diversity is endless due to lack of consistent decks
tcg will be different cuz players actually care about consistency
guest (guest) - 2011/08/28 01:23

noob much??

to Squiddy Rage!
Are you retarded? over half of the tcg gets their inspiration from, if not completely copies, the decks of the ocg and whenever anyone in the tcg does come up with an original tier 1 deck, it's usually due to a tcg-exclusive. ocg players/winners care a great deal about consistency, just because you can't see it doesn't mean they're wrong.
LOL! (guest) - 2011/08/28 06:24

Consistency?! Are you Serios?!!!!!!

Lol at Squiddy Rage talking about consistency. The only way to say something is consistent is to prove it by winning or topping often, just like what OCG does. Japan, Taiwan, Korea players have been topping worlds this past two years. Japan placed 3rd in 2010 Worlds and they became champion in 2011 Worlds (2nd place was also Japan). That's consistency. USA placed 2nd in 2010 Worlds but in 2011, they got wrecked like total NOOBS. Not even one USA player made it in Top 8. So much for consistency. And no, I don't consider Galileo and Michael Gruner as "USA" players. While they are really great players, they come from Panama and Germany respectively.
shrapn3l (guest) - 2011/08/29 09:58

it helps that the US is playing an entirely different metagame for the rest of the year while OCG is playing their own metagame. also the dude that won this year was warned for stacking for several times, even up until the semi finals, and he wasn't disqualified. the judges tend to favor the japanese players more when it comes to worlds. they have several advantages over tcg players. besides, it's not like it's actually an important or difficult tournament to win. it just so happens that it draws a lot of attention because it's really hard to qualify for. anyone that goes to worlds should be considered a respectable player. unless they cheated.
A no named mouse (guest) - 2011/08/29 19:38

In my opinion a Good Hero deck needs a good support.

A lot of it.
ไอ้อ่อน (guest) - 2011/08/28 08:26

TCG are noob too

Gojirason (guest) - 2011/08/28 10:01

Ah yeah bois

Siding 1 Shrink. Like a baws.

And lol at Squiddy Rage saying stupid things.

insane (guest) - 2011/08/28 12:18

I'm new to this site but seems like cards from photo shockwave doesn't get much tournament play in ocg.

KyuRenjo (guest) - 2011/08/29 01:05

there actually still see some competitive play...

Rescue Rabbit and Evolkaiser Lagia are featured in one of top decks of new format winning decklist (see post in previous days).

Wind-Ups and Evolds are also ever featured once-twice in previous format. Well, PHSW is made for powering low-tier deck, and consists of a big number of balanced cards.

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