Jan 24th, 2013 by Terence Jason Dorman
by Ian Spiegel-Blum, Director of Organized Play
I’d like to start this Blarg post by welcoming our newest Ambassadors to the Street Team. Congratulations to:
On behalf of Arcane Tinmen and the entire Spoils community, thank you for your commitment to our great game! I look forward to hearing about your successful demo events very soon.
Speaking of, on February 9th at 1 PM there will be an Ambassador Demo Event at Game on Games in McCook, NE. If you’re in the area, make sure you stop by! Bring your friends! All of them!
I hope you all had a blast with the first Revolution event. While the Showdown format may not be the most competitive, it certainly is a lot of fun. For February, we thought we’d try something for the new players (and those on a budget.)
February Revolution Format:
The Pauper format is traditionally a commons only constructed deck format, but for this event, we’re allowing uncommons and fixed cards. Epic cards, however, are still not allowed. The winner of the tournament walks away with a pewter Mircomajig token!
As our long-time players will undoubtedly know, The Spoils loves protecting our community from the elements. We want to keep you warm during these cold winter months. Warm, and playing cards. Therefore, I am pleased to announce the continuation of one of our most popular events, to be held before Spring rears its sunny head. Get ready, everyone, to heat up the table during the…
Winter Limited Championships!
Dates: February 1st – March 3rd
Format: Second Edition Limited
Cost of Entry: $25
1st Place: Winter Championship T-Shirt + Hat + 100 Red Sleeves + 100 Purple Sleeves, Foil EPIC Faction, Micromajig Token
2nd Place: Winter Championship T-shirt + 100 Red Sleeves + Foil EPIC Faction, Micromajig Token
3rd – 4th Place: 50 Red Sleeves
Each participant will receive a random Second Edition Foil Rare
Additional product prize support given out at the host store’s discretion.
Contact your local store for more information – and if they haven’t already set up an event, then offer to help them run it. Remember that it will be possible to participate in the event that you judge yourself using the Three Judge System.
To set up an event please contact us at “organizedplay (at) thespoils (dot) com” (or in Europe send an email to “info (at) arcanetinmen (dot) dk”
Check back next time for more exciting announcements! Keep on playin’.
Ian Spiegel – Blum
Director of Organized Play, Community Organizer
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