Isaac Lam here again, dropping by one final time this year with a quick word on the final iteration of my Surge Offense team, which I used to finish in the Top 16 of the recent 2018 season Singapore Open I, and win its accompanying Mid-Season Showdown. If you haven’t read my previous report yet, do give it a look here – it explains the fundamentals and origins of the team, which I won’t touch on much today.
Continue reading “Let the Sparks Fly! – Singapore Open Top 16 and MSS Champion VGC’17 Team Report”
Hey everyone, it’s editor cum contributor Isaac Lam here again. With the conclusion of Singapore’s third Mid-Season Showdown at the House of N event on 25th June, my VGC season and career have reached their ends, spurring me to write this summary of my season; an ode to possibly my favorite team of all time.
Continue reading “Surfer’s Paradise is Balls! – Angbao Challenge Champion VGC’17 Season Report”
Hi y’all, I’m Ryan Loh, also known as ‘opkil’. I’m back in the circuit after taking a break during the VGC16 season.
I’ve honestly never been a particularly amazing player. If you’d use TVTropes to describe me as a player, I’d be the guy Overshadowed by Awesome. In the 2015 season, we had the Singaporean greats like Wai Yin and Kenny. I was never amazing, but I thought myself to be pretty good. I missed my chance at Worlds in 2016 when I skipped the format with a 200 CP bar, making me pretty much one of the few veterans/founding members to never have gone to Worlds as a competitor.
After watching the finals of Worlds 2016, I resolved to change that this season.
(This post won’t be filled with war-stories, just a good break down of my team.) Continue reading “Enter the Sandman – Top 8 SG Open and Top 4 KL Open Team Report”
Hi all, Shang “slyx183” Loh here! I’ve been around in TRVG for around a year and a half now, but this is my first team report because it’s the first team that I feel really deserves an article despite my performance with it. Continue reading “Shang Loh – LCQ 2014: Knightmarish Execution”
Hey guys, Yu Jie here and I was Singapore’s sole VG representative at the 2014 Pokémon World Championships, making it through the Last Chance Qualifiers in the Senior Division. This report will take you through my team building process and my run at LCQ and Worlds. Continue reading “Poh Yu Jie – LCQ and World Championships 2014”
So I jokingly suggested to Shawn that all of the players that went to worlds should write something, but the idea kinda grew on me the more I thought about it. Here therefore are my (mostly stream of consciousness) reflections, your turn, Shawn. Continue reading “Matthew Hui – Reflections on LCQ 2014”