A bit of a weird one this time, we (Matthew Hui and Justin Lok) will be sharing our thoughts and experience on a rather quirky team that we piloted in back-to-back tournaments in Malaysia, with varying degrees of success. Continue reading “Superior Surge: Malaysia (Open +) MSS Dec 2017”
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.
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.
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”
Report posted on behalf of Matthias (@Mattadome02).
Hey guys, I’m Matthias Teo and I play in the Seniors division, where I recently got 3rd at the 2017 Latin America International Championships. With it being my first year playing VGC with a competitive mindset and a hunger for the World Championships, I thought it would be a pretty good idea to write about the choices I made in the season up ‘till now, both in my play and in teambuilding. Continue reading “Electro Balling to 3rd – a 3rd place LatAm Seniors Report”
Hi everyone, I’m Bryan Wong, or you may know me as my in-game/”every social media i use” name TheCoffeeBun. Recently, I finished 2nd at the Singapore Midseason Showdown 2017 held at the Pokemon Cafe. Since I finally did well with a team that I worked hard on, I felt like sharing my own views on how I teambuild with the rest of the community. As such, here is my team report! Continue reading “The Jellyfish That Nobody Expected – Singapore MSS 2017 2nd place report”
Hi, I’m Matthew Hui, editor of The Mirage Island, contributing my own content for a change. I was one of four Singaporeans who made it into Day 2 of the 2017 Oceania International Championships in Melbourne, as part of the Top 32 after Day 1 of Swiss, and ended up in 23rd place. It’s my second such finish in Australia, having managed a similar placing in 2015, but this one was achieved in a field with much more international talent and quite honestly was beyond anything I had hoped to achieve going into the event. Here, therefore, are my reflections on the event, to be joined by other attendees in the weeks to come. Continue reading “Decoy Sandcastle – Oceania Internationals 2017 Day 2 Report”