THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by SpiteAndMalice » Sat Sep 16, 2017 11:45 am

RafiRomero wrote:Worto went out to a lucky rat. Sorry Worto!
Could you also give me the VPs for both of you please Rafi?
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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by worto03 » Sat Sep 16, 2017 1:01 pm

It was 33-0

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I've put it in.

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by Interpunct » Sat Sep 16, 2017 2:47 pm

Interpunct vs Worto03

Interpunct Wins 49
Worto03 Loss 0

Interpunct rapidly took control of the centre pillar in this particular shard of the world, leaving Worto not much room to maneuver. Worto tried to pin down some of Interpunct's increasingly large army using a Swarm of Rats, but they did not do much to halt the advance of the Elf, Spider, and Sapphire Dragon.

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by Grythandril » Sat Sep 16, 2017 5:24 pm

Grythandril vs Anjovi

Anjovi won = 39
Grythandril lost = 0

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by Interpunct » Sat Sep 16, 2017 5:45 pm

Cel vs. Interpunct

Cel Wins 58VP
Interpunct Loss 10VP

Cel took a commanding lead using a shadow forest right off the start, blocking Interpunct's only access to the one mana sprite on the map. After dancing around the trees, Cel then caught Interpunct in a blob. Thankfully for Interpunct, an Elf was on hand to clear the immediate concern, and allow Interpunct to free himself. After some more dancing, Interpunct made a grave mistake. Interpunct forgot that dispel was in the game, and was cut down by Cel's magic sword, after a blocking tree was removed.

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by celwulf » Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:14 pm

Great dancin, Interpunct!
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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by KnifeToBack » Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:16 pm

KnifeToBack (VP=33) defeated Incarnadine (VP=0)

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by Egeon » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:46 am

Egeon (VP=42) W - L GlassJaw (VP=6)
GlassJaw flitted from one source of mana to another, like a magic bee with emerald wings. This process so fascinated him, that he completely forgot that the pegasus also has wings, and his rider has a bolt. GG, GlassJaw!
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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by bejebus » Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:05 pm

Bejebus (68) vs Clef (56) - Draw

Both sorcerers seemed to show too much respect for each other as neither wizard pushed for that decisive blow. Clef was the most adventurous as he danced around the map, practically covering every blade of rock looking for a way in. Bejebus cowered on his tower safe from ranged attack. With time running out Bejebus audaciously teleported behind enemy lines only to discover he does not know the rules of the game and was surprised to see Clef unmount from a webbed unicorn. Clef must have seen the terror in his enemy's eyes and took pity as he seemingly missed several opportunities to put Bejebus out of his misery. Had he forgotten about that Magic Bow? And then the bell tolled and Bejebus was called home for his tea.

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Re: THE STS SINGLES WORLDS CUP 2017

Post by anjovi » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:35 pm

Glass Jaw (104) won, Anjovi (21) lost
Loads of subversion, dueling hydras, and lots of growths.

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