Hello, I’m Alan Chia, a long-time member of The Mirage Island. After taking a hiatus during VGC16, I took a step back from my staff duties to get back to playing this year. This report houses my reflections after using this team for 2 months across 3 major events. Continue reading “A Whimsical Performance – Malaysia Regionals 20th Place”
This is Eugene Tan and I’m back writing a report on the Singapore Open II tournament. This team was built together with Martin back in February this year. In my opinion, it’s hard to pilot this team right now as it is outdated, though surprisingly, it was strong enough to take me to a Top 4 finish this tournament.
NOTE: The team’s dated origins unfortunately mean that I’ve forgotten some of the specific targets my EV spreads hit. Regardless, I think they’re mostly outdated and wouldn’t recommend ripping them anymore. Continue reading “Redesign, Rebuild, Reclaim and Report – Singapore Open II Top 4 Report”
Justin Lok, back again with another team report, after I placed Top 4 in the most recent Malaysia Open, and Champion in the Malaysian Regionals.
The team has not changed much since my previous endeavour in Melbourne, but the minor changes seem to have been enough to push my performance beyond what I’m used to. I’ll be giving insight into the team (some of it repeated from my previous report so please bear with me ><), and taking you through my journey in the Malaysian Regionals (to the best of my memory) Continue reading “Perseverance does pay off – A Malaysian Regional’s Champion Report”
Note: Report published by Isaac Lam on behalf of Chelsea Tan
Hey everyone, Chelsea Tan (@komalavgc) here. Recently, I finished Top 4 at the second Singapore Midseason Showdown. Since it is probably the last tournament I will be playing in for a while, I wanted to write a report to share my thoughts on the team I used. Continue reading “Togedemaru and Juliet – Singapore MSS II 2017 Top 4 Report”
Hey there, my name is Justin Lok, a long time member of The Mirage Island, bringing you my report from the 2017 Oceania International Championships held in Melbourne. Continue reading “Of Bulk and Brainfarts – Oceania Internationals 2017 41st Place Report”