ECQ in Utrecht, May 4
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gotcha wrote: So Chaundice did ok given the fact that he faced aggravated damage twice (his Achilles) and ousted 2 preys. So I will need to make it
aggro-resilient and should be able to oust people more often.
Heh, I was afraid that this 3VP would encourage you continue on the Chaundice path. Take note that you can get GW and 3 VPs without surviving too
For what it's worth: I didn't meet Emiliano or Bram in any of the rounds. I played midcap potence guys who bleed with Enchant Kindred.
Round 1: aggro weenie protean - Undele's bag of dicks - Kiasyd S&B - me
Needles to say that Undele rolled up the table. I had a hard time defending against the Kiasyd. I couldn't really rush forward, since the protean guys did their aggro thing very efficient.
Round 2: me - Jeroen with nosferatu vote - Ralf's dominate - tupdog
The tupdog went backwards all the way, and was saved just in time by Jeroen ousting Ralf. Then the nosferatu and Tupdogs maxmimized their respective VPs by getting rid of me (which was the only meaningful decision to make).
Round 3: 1 cap vote - me - Henry Taylor - aggro weenie protean - Unmada
I could defend rather well against the weenie voters, especially since they had a hard time getting votes on the table. But I had to spend too many resources to get past Henry Taylor's returning Earth Meld. In the mean time I kept bloating and bringing out more minions. After the frist Immortal Grapple, the Fame'd Henry was in torpor and the oust came soon. But then I had to face the same aggro protean from the first round and the game timed out.
All in all it was a fun tournament and I enjoyed playing this deck.
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