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  1. Rocketing to the Top: A Virtual Worlds Blog

    Hello everyone,

    As you can probably tell, I'm not a very regular blogger. I've done most of my team discussions on TRP's "What Have You Played" thread. There's good, bad, and weird teams, shared by multiple players. If you're curious, you can check that thread here:

    This one today, though, requires a deeper delve into team-building. This is the team I built for the Virtual Worlds Tournament, Part Deux. It served me very, very well. There's lots to explain here, and lots to learn.

    The core I built from was as follows:

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    The way the combo works: Rocket Raccoon deals 1 damage to each player. Cosmic Cube increases the damage to 3. Vicious Struggle triggers to damage my opponent. Cosmic Cube increases Vicious Struggle's damage to 5.

    So ...

    Updated 12-07-2017 at 11:09 PM by ccm00007 (Mistake: Mentioned Jourdo had Boom Boom in his team, but he had Firefly.)

  2. A Bat among Bards: how Batman made the Top 8 in a WKO

    Hello everyone,

    I've been asked by some people to do a blog about the team I brought to the Ottawa WKO, March 27.

    Now, I won't go in too much detail about the WKO itself except for my own matches: we already have 2 great bloggers who covered the Open from start to finish. You can find Judgemental's blog here: You can find Ajeddy's blog here: Both are terrific reads.

    So anyway. Among the Bards and the standard competitive decks, if you check the Top 8 for that tournament, there's one little deck that sticks out: a Batman Family deck that kind of came out of nowhere. Well, actually, it came out of my odd little mind.

    You see, as most players who know me will agree, I'm not a typical deck builder. I like to do different decks, and ...