Shadowfist Tournament Report: Canadian Nationals 2010

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[posted 14 June 2010]

The Toronto playgroup hosted the fifth Canadian Nationals at Braz's place in Ontario on May 15, 2010. The winners were announced by Braz King in the Shadowfist Forum on Yahoogroups on 16 May 2010 (read the original in the archive if you're a member).

Canadian National Multiplayer Championships (constructed):

Colin Donaldson [deck list]

Who's The Big Man Now? (constructed, dueling):

Troy Duffy [deck list]

Read the brief summary from Braz King

Canadian Nationals 2010 report from Braz King

Originally published in the Shadowfist Forum on Yahoogroups on 16 May 2010. Republished with permission. Members can read the original in the archive.

Despite a small turnout of six players, we had a fantastic time yesterday!

Congratulations to Colin Donaldson for his first victory in the Final Brawl championship after seven years of trying. :) His Ascended Stealth deck proved that 3/4 and 4/6 characters with Stealth combined with Killdeer, Mentor, Bite, and Mole Network is still a very competitive deck!

The other two finalists in our three player tournament were Kel McKay with his Asc/Dra ReAscended deck, and Tim Linden's Syndicate state deck.

The five-person duelling tournament saw Troy Duffy repeat his duelling victory despite not being an avid duellist and not having played much over the last year and a half! Congrats Troy!

We were also graced with a long distance phone call from Jeff "Cavebear" Stroud, checking in from Abu Dhabi with good wishes for the event and a tale of getting coinage of the United Arab Emirates stuck up his nose... :) We miss you Cavebear! LOL!

After the two tournaments we still had some time to play the card game Dominion, which we didn't manage to finish, but was still fun.

We missed our traditional out-of-town visitors from Michigan and Winnipeg and occasionally other places. Even our Peterborough friends couldn't make it this year. Nonetheless it was a fun day of cards and jokes and drinks and food and I couldn't ask for more than that!


[writeup by Braz King]

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