LURE 12 - DC events

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Vastor Peredhil
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LURE 12 - DC events

Post by Vastor Peredhil » Mon Mar 12, 2012 11:24 am

The DC events have had a rising list of participants over the years, sadly we been stagnant this year, but may our campaigning, was just too pale compared to Alex vegetable event ;)

So friday night was the DCGO event which this year only included 2 challenge decks, as Michel build several competitive decks which he handed out to players from his playgroup and Bert.
Also we finished 3 rounds of the event before 2 am in the morning which was like a 1st time ever occurance, so we only had 2 drops before last round and not close to half ;)

1. 21 TP - Karten Gerland aka beorning - Hero The One ring dunk (I hope he will post a deck list here!) :D
2. 16 TP - Bert Claessen aka Ringbearer - Dwarf-lord (Thorin if I recall correctly) Under-deeps :D
3. 13 TP - Frank Stassin aka Treebeard - Dunadan-lord - Prince Imrahil :D
4. 13 TP - Eric Dane aka adanedhel - Hero which on the side tries for the one ;) :D
5. 12 TP - Jordy de Mul - Minion (some info on the deck would be nice since it won 1st 2 rounds 6:0)
6. 8 TP - Michel aka Qapla - Balrog
7. 7 TP - Holger aka Luitprand - Dragon-lord Lomaw ;) :D
8. 7 TP - Mario aka balrog - Hero - One Ring (sadly only dunk in 1st round) :D
9. 3 TP - Nicolai aka Vaster - Uvatha DCCD :D
10. 2 TP - Björn de Mul - Dragon-lord Itangast
11. 4 TP - Dominique Bergeret - Dunadan-lord - Elessar (dropped after 2 rounds)
12. 0 TP - Paul van Hoorne - RW - Witchking DCCD (dropped after 2 rounds)

DCCD event Saturday
started over an hour too late as GO event was running it extra long ;=) due to the late start and the competition from the CP event we had only 10 players ;) hopefully we get some players with a vegetable allergy back next year ;)

1. 9 TP - Dominic Kempf aka Domse - FW - Pallando (was the hardest deck we handed out this year!) :D
2. 8 TP - Mario aka balrog - Daelomin (build by marcos tuned to include redone cards) :D
3. 8 TP - Jose aka Josesan - Avatarless hero - Tears of Ladnoca (build by donepi)
4. 6 TP - Eric aka adanedhel - RW Adunaphel (new deck build by Eric) :D
5. 6 TP - Johan aka Johanc - Avatarless hero - Heirs of Girion (new deck co-opp) :D
6. 6 TP - Holger aka Luitprand - FW - Alatar - Ironsfists (new deck build by Nicolai) :D
7. 6 TP - Miguel aka Mados - AL- Théoden (still a hard deck) :D
8. 5 TP - Nicola aka Vastor - RW - Hoarmurath (tied domse 1st round) :D
9. 4 TP - Alain Hero - Gandalf
10. 2 TP - Karsten aka beorning - RW - Dwar (new deck, performed worse then hoped for) :D

as always the winners of these 2 events will receive an online DC set on GCCG and all participant will receive a DC promo online as well
hope to see you all next year, and to read your tourney reports in here, and bring some friends ;)

yours Nicolai
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DCGO 2012 winning deck

Post by Shapeshifter » Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:46 pm

Vastor Peredhil wrote: 1. 21 TP - Karsten Gerland aka beorning - Hero The One ring dunk (I hope he will post a deck list here!)
Ok, here is the deck I played vs Minion (due to the cross-alignment rule I only played vs. Minion):


Starting Company
Radagast w/ Cram
Cirdan w/ Dagger of Westernesse

Characters in deck
Fram Framson
Gildor Inglorion

Resource deck
3 Dire Negotiations
1 Value Food and Cheer
1 Flight Unmarked
1 Helecthil, Light of the North
1 Rings of Power
1 Get You Gone
3 Longbottom Leaf
3 Flatter a Foe
1 The Wind is Turning
2 Marvels Told
3 Precious Gold Ring
1 Far-sight
3 Token of Goodwill
3 A Chance Meeting
1 Scroll of Isildur [H]
2 And Forth He Hastened

Hazard deck
1 Frightful Guardian
1 Eagles Ahunt
1 Courtesy Lessened of Late
1 His Own Master
1 Dwarven Warparty
1 Thrice Told Tales
1 Out of Practise
1 Lord of the Woods
1 Goldberry, Daughter of the River
1 Evenstar of Her People
1 Assassin
1 Pukel-men
2 Foolish Words
2 Unabated in Malice
2 Tidings of Bold Spies
1 Sellswords Between Charters
1 Twilight
1 Stirring Bones
1 Lady of the Golden Wood
1 Landroval
2 Cave-drake
1 Ûvatha the Horseman
1 Waiting Shadow
1 Cave Worm
1 Mouth of Sauron
1 The Sun Shone Fiercely

1 The One Ring
1 Cracks of Doom
3 Wizard's Test
2 Old Friendship
1 Lure of MECCG (+9 on corruption check!)
1 Linyuile
1 Lossidil
1 Tom Bombadil
1 Light and Flame
1 The Wind is Turning
1 Marvels Told
1 Flight Unmarked
1 Shimmer of Hope
1 Vanishment
1 Rings of Power
1 Withdrawn to Mordor
1 Smoke Rings
1 And Forth He Hastened
1 Many Burdens
1 Stench of Mordor
1 The Way is Shut
1 Troll-purse
1 Covetous Thoughts
1 Trouble on All Borders
1 Alone and Unadvised
1 The Oldest
1 Capricious Spirit

Important Sites
Gondring's Lair
Malgolodh's Cave
Eithel Morgoth
The Under-Forges

Dream Card Percentage = 32 %

Some comments on the deck:
This deck usually dunks in 3 or 4 turns.
To start with your Avatar is extremely strong. Radagast is insanely good protected with 3 Flatter a Foe, 3 Dire Negotiations and 2 And Forth He Hastened.
Ok, the downside of starting your avatar is that you cannot play many characters from the beginning, but this can be easily compensated with those 3 A Chance Meeting in the deck. A bit laughable IMO is that you can play the Scroll normally at the site where you are going to dunk (i.e. The Under-forges).

An example play:
1st round: Radagast moves to Gondring's Lair to play a Gold Ring. He either meets another character from the deck in Rivendell or there will be a chance meeting at Gondring's Lair otherwise. Cirdan moves to Telpemar to get something helpful out of the deck (Scroll, Rings, ...) with Tokens of Goodwill or Far-sight.
2nd round: Ragagast's company moves to Malgolodh's Cave to play another Gold Ring (A Chance Meeting with Frodo). Cirdan receives a Token of Goodwill or looks far ahead.
3rd round: With a Flight Unmarked Radagast's company travels to The Under-forges to play the Scroll of Isildur, test the rings and finally dunk with the help of Lure of MECCG or Old Friendship.
- The End -

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Re: LURE 12 - DC events

Post by Darksatin » Wed Mar 14, 2012 6:03 pm

Vastor Peredhil wrote: 5. 12 TP - Jordy de Mul - Minion (some info on the deck would be nice since it won 1st 2 rounds 6:0)
It was a Witch-king of Angmar deck.

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