Tuesday, November 18, 2008

German VtES Championship 2008 in Ludwigshafen

The German VtES Championship 2008 will take place at the DASHaus in Ludwigshafen, Germany on the weekend of November 22nd/23rd. The location DASHaus should be familiar to most of the German players since we used the location for at least four National events in the past years.
  1. Timetable German Championship
    • Date: Saturday 22.11.2008 "German Championship"
    • Format: Standard Constructed
    • Schedule:
      10:00 - 10:45 Registration
      11:00 - 13:00 Round 1
      14:00 - 16:00 Round 2
      16:10 - 18:10 Round 3
      18:30 - 20:30 Finals*

    * Eventually we will be offering a Duffin Draft tournament during the finals

  2. Timetable "Keepers of Tradition" Launch Event
    • Date: Sunday 23.11.2008 "Keepers of Tradition" Launch Event
    • Format: Booster Draft
    • Boosters: 7x Keepers of Tradition, 2x Gehenna

    • Entry Fee for the Booster Draft: 18 EUR
    • Schedule:
      9:00 - 9:45 Registration
      10:00 - 11:00 Booster draft + deckbuilding
      11:15 - 13:15 Round 1
      14:15 - 16:15 Round 2
      16:30 - 18:30 Round 3
      18:45 - 20:45 Finals*
    * Eventually we will be offering a Duffin Draft tournament during the finals

  3. Address
    Kulturzentrum dasHaus
    ehemals Haus der Jugend

    Förderverein "das Haus" e.V.
    Bahnhofstrasse 30
    67059 Ludwigshafen, Germany

  4. Entry Fee
    There is no entry fee. Every participant gets 2 boosters from a current VtES sets. Players who play for their first time in an official VtES tournament get a VtES starter.

  5. Prizes
    • Main Price: TBA
    • Finalist: Boosters, Boosters, Boosters,....


alex fnurp said...

awesomo :) Have you got decks planned? Are you going to do one of those polls so we get to choose your deck again? :D

Something I'd love a blogg entry around as well: The german metagame!

extrala said...

No poll this time. I have a little trouble putting one deck together, let alone 3 or 4, since I was busy jobwise the last two weeks.

German metagame? I think that's an illusion. There are not so many (and or more less isolated) playgroups. In general, I think that most german players are not to keen to play the most efficient decks, but trying to play interesting decks with new twists.

alex fnurp said...

Sounds even more interesting to me, is there any new inovation that you might toss a blog entry around? :)