by Ruben Barnhoorn (Barnie25)
It has been quite some time since I wrote an article – four months to be exact. The reasons as to why are quite varied: the delays with the release of new cards, not attending important tournaments, among others. But summer as come and gone; the long
by James Waumsley (JCWamma)
In the GenCon Meta (and, to a large extent, the current one), the way to succeed is to put out big, beefy guys and have more big, beefy guys than your opponent’s board of... you guessed it, big, beefy guys. The big, beefy guys will win challenges
by Abdul Alhazred
I am not the best player, nor am I a visionary deck builder, but I am a huge fan of what is being built with this game, and this is my story of winning the Prague Regionals. I am also currently quite likely the most active tournament player
by Luke Wortley (eldub)
Well, I guess now that they're 4 episodes in, we have to consider these guys more than just a mistake; they're far more than that -- they're a catastrophe. This week they sort of talk about tournament prep and then trash-talk half the world.
Really, though, why did
This week Pontus & Jakob H. are joined by the Czech Republic's finest!
Andre Sestak is the heart and soul of the Czech community and organizes mighty fine tournaments on a monthly basis. With him he has the shy but highly skilled Ondrej "Raius" Kubis who made the Top 4 in
This time we welcome Helmut Hohberger and Daniel Göbl from Münich-Germany on to the show! Helmut Hohberger is a known Rules Lawyer and one of our most esteemed community members. Daniel Göbl the longest standing member of the German community but unknown to most. We talk a little about their
For the first (video) episode I'm joined by Pontus who helps me exploring the minds of our Parisian friends. Vince and Thomas are both accomplished players in Europe and well known in the community. We talk about what defines the French community and see what they think about Melee in