A player of limitless potential has finally claimed his first YTC win in Trish-mendous fashion, cementing Ritual’s first major Trinity tournament win as well. Frighteningly consistent for a highlander format deck.
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Knowing their potency in the meta, GuiltyGear not only just played Dragonmaid, but also ran them alongside their biggest counter, and it swept up the competition. The Rokket engine boosted their ceiling and midgame plays.
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In a repeat of last season, Veiss proves proficiency with the Dogmatika Shaddoll mix, this time incorporating Unchained. The synergy between Dogma summoning out Dolls, and the Unchained destroying them worked out fiendishly.
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In amazing consistency, Izanagi has gotten YTC top 4s for four months in a row! Showcasing yet again the power of Spellcasters, this time with the removal of Judgment and the addition of Magistus.
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“I activate Pot of Greed, which allows me to draw 2 cards from the top of my deck!” Revealing he was the anime protagonist all along, Wtrain proves that drawing cards is pretty good. Perfect example of Trinity’s engine.deck
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The deck specialist Ejeffers is back at it, showing his proficiency with Plunder Patroll in this YTC. Showcasing the surprisingly synergy with Heroes, the constant disruption and board breaking mixture proved potent.
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With another tool in their arsenal, Spellcasters have found the top cut once again. The addition of the Charmer support has made engines such as Witchcrafters and Dogmatika able to plus more often and more consistently.
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True Dracos are back on the map, piloted by the legacy player Yugitom. Their synergy with Kozmo is undisputable, snowballing through Diagram’s search and destroy.
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An experiment Trinity format locals, that allowed one banned card to be played. Impy decided to roleplay for this tournament with his pet deck, featuring a forbidden copy of House Dragonmaid, enabling Sheou’s omni-negate.
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The D/D/D king himself, Jeff shows he’s still the best. A Pendulum splash supports the concise list, with generic good stuff like Lost Wind and Crackdown to backup threatening boards the D/D/Ds are so efficient at creating.
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