‘Twas the night before the tournament, and I laid in my bed.
I could not stop thinking about the cards in my head.
“Maybe I’ll build an Earth/Fire deck, I’ve got Jechts to spare”
“He only costs 1 CP, now how is that fair!”
All of a sudden, I heard a big crash!
Scared and confused, out of my room I did dash.
With a deck box raised in self defense, I creept slowly down each stair.
And to my surprise I saw Santa Claus sitting there!
“Why Santa, what are you doing in my living room?” I said to my guest.
He replied, “Thank goodness you’re up young man, I need to play test!”
I could not believe my ears, Santa wants to play FFTCG?
And not with his elves, he came to play against me!
Welcome everyone to another Mysidia Post Article. Today I am going to talk about one of the starter decks that has been officially confirmed for Opus VIII. To give context, GTS Distribution recently posted this photo:
Hey everyone, after hearing last week about the details of Europe's upcoming 2019 FFTCG season, I could not wait for news of what North America had in store. We had to wait for RB to come back from the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Fan Festival, but we have some news on what our 2019 season will look like! I have paraphrased all the information below, but it is all from RB's original post on Facebook which you can find here.
I hope we get even more details soon, such as specific dates and locations for Crystal Cups and more. I am particularly excited for the Fan Festival, hopefully it all works out with my schedule!
Hello mages, welcome back to The Mysidia Post eh! This weekend I decided to take a trip down to Everett, Washington, for a little FFTCG at the Geeky Villain gaming store. For reference, I live in Vancouver, Canada; and it is about a 2-3 hour drive depending on the border wait (waiting for my Nexus card to come in the mail!).
However, that isn’t so bad as I loaded up a bunch of podcasts, including the Crystal Tower Podcast by Alex Hancox, and the Live from Midgar Podcast, by the folks at Geeky Villain. I highly recommend both podcasts if you have not listened to them before.
Welcome back Mysidians, time to take a closer look at the FFTCG 2018 Worlds decks we saw a few weeks ago. Before we start though, I’d like you to let out a big cheer (I don’t care if you are in public, just scream in joy), for Thaumaturge and Gesper are now banned. I didn’t have anything against them individually, and I don’t always get pummeled by Turbo Discard, however playing against that deck as a whole was not fun.
Alright, lets move on from that, and take a peek back at how the deck breakdown looked in the Top 8 at Worlds.
Alex is a FFTCG player from Vancouver, Canada. His favourite Final Fantasy is IV and his favourite Elements are Earth and Ice, although he has a soft spot for fire.