I’m back with a report on my second major tournament of the year, a record for me actually. With the turnout we got, my goal to place in the top 64 and win a Cosmic Blazar Dragon mat and a pack of WCQ sleeves did not seem unattainable, but I knew it would still be a challenge given my lack of practice.
It’s 2 AM after YCS Atlanta 2017. I didn’t have a feature match this year (good because I probably would have lost), and I need some form of internet documentation of the event, so here’s a tournament report.
Future me, I presume that you are reading this because you want to add some new functionality to Mal but can’t remember how to do so. If so, don’t worry, current you has your back. Continue reading to jog your memory and inevitably cringe at this hacked together and likely very poorly thought out system. Otherwise, in the unlikely event that you are not me, then I apologize for this mess of a “plugin system” and wish you the best of luck in your endeavors.
Expletives stormed through my mind as I nearly spat the boiling liquid from my mouth. I was never quite a morning person, so it certainly wasn’t the first time that I found myself absentmindedly drinking my coffee before it had cooled enough. But, at least I was now fully awake. My eyes drifted to the clock, which read just minutes until noon. So much for not being a morning person, I wasn’t even a noon person.
What do you do with about a hundred penny supers from THSF? Well, you can use them to wipe your tears when you open your last pack and there’s not a Valk or Brio in sight. Or, you can make some custom cards/OriCas/tokens.
Which is so much harder than it sounds.
As I promised in my locals report a few weeks ago, I’ve returned with a report of the Trinidad and Tobago National Championships. Let’s get right down to it.
Hey, I’m CMDR chaosking121. I’m coming at you from my trip to HIP 32086 and beyond. Let’s have a look at where I’ve been.
Hey, I’m CMDR chaosking121. I’m about to leave on my first exploration trip through the galaxy. Why don’t you come with me?
Ally Rhodes is no stranger to music, with two EP’s and two full length albums already out, she’s got quite the repertoire already. Add this to over 7 Million video views on her main YouTube channel, with over 196 videos 45, 000 subscribers (all stats are as of 28/12/12) and one could already call her a success. But, with the release of her new album, Conversations With A Ghost, it’s plain for anyone to see that rather than slowing down, Ally has only now reached her musical prime and this is aided in no small part to her being able to retain creative control of her own music. Continue reading Conversations With A Ghost – Ally Rhodes [Review]