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heh pretty sure the only people who play swccg anymore are randoms :twisted:

and shhh.. your breaking my lowballer tactics


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Joe Olson (20)
Mike Pistone (30)
Reid Smith (40)
"I was blackout drunk and shot Hunter."

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Steven Lewis 30
Greg Shaw 25
Jared Lockwood 25
Brian Hunter 20
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Meto wrote:Joe Olson (20)
Mike Pistone (30)
Reid Smith (40)
:D

Picking me over the other Endor players going (mserisman and thehookey)? Thanks for the old school vote of confidence. :wink:

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arebelspy wrote:
Meto wrote:Joe Olson (20)
Mike Pistone (30)
Reid Smith (40)
:D

Picking me over the other Endor players going (mserisman and thehookey)? Thanks for the old school vote of confidence. :wink:

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CRingwell wrote:Joe, Shaw has a brand new RamapoCon 3 shirt for you. I gave him a few of the extras to give to some of the players that were originally there. Make sure you get it from him when you get there.
Whoo, one less shirt to pack! :lol:

I'm stoked, I don't have enough SWCCG shirts (I started playing right after they stopped doing the Tshirts, and consequently have only won 1, a 3po shirt). And RamapoCon III was like the best tourney ever. :D

(Being skinny so you can ride in the front instead of in the gas fumes = tech.)

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lawtalkingguy wrote:It's too late for me to get into the "official" run but here, just for kicks:

Jonny Chu 45
Garrett Larson 25
DDM 20
Brian Choongphol for the win 10

Guys who will do well enough that TB should have assigned them points: Hari Mehta, Chris Shaner, Rustan Sharer

My pick for world champ this year: Garrett Larson
Say what you will about the man, but he's been on a tear this year.
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Lol, Brian Hunter sure was a steal at 20...
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If the "standings" that Lingrell posted on the Day 3 thread are to be trusted.....

That puts my fantasy score at 24. Looking forward to seeing where everyone else ranks.
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Aglets wrote:If the "standings" that Lingrell posted on the Day 3 thread are to be trusted.....

That puts my fantasy score at 24. Looking forward to seeing where everyone else ranks.
I'm somewhere between 16 and 20, depending on where Steven Lewis finished:

Hunter: 2
Lewis: 4-8?
Shaw: 10
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Sorry Mike and Kevin, if I had seen this thread earlier I would've replied and not nixed 45 points on your fantasy teams. :)

BTW, honored to be 45 points, and whoever decided the point system was pretty accurate scoring Meeker at 35 points.

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lawtalkingguy wrote: Guys who will do well enough that TB should have assigned them points: Chris Shaner, Rustan Sharer
Rustan was two games out of day 3, but I think my prophecy about Chris Shaner certainly came true! Third place for the win!

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legspinner wrote: I'm somewhere between 16 and 20, depending on where Steven Lewis finished:

Hunter: 2
Lewis: 4-8?
Shaw: 10
Whoops! Forgot about Jared Lockwood:

Hunter: 2
Lewis: 5
Lockwood: 9

Total: 16

with Shaw (10) in the dugout.

Not bad for someone from Australia who knows none of the players! Or perhaps just lucky :)
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Meeker wrote:man, i got horribly overpriced.
Apparently not. Congrats. :)

Too bad we didn't really get to play a game. Getting the Audience Chamber top-decked into the lost pile on turn 1 is pretty much hopeless for an MKOS comeback. I would like to have seen how our decks would have matched if I wasn't so hooribly unlucky. :)

Well played, Meeker. Enjoy your reign.
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Asphalizo:
JW Millet N/A
Bobby Hilbun 4
Garrett Larson 6
Brandon Schele 12
Kevin Brownell N/A

My score is a 22

I'm pretty sure Hunter won with a score of 14 [Lewis(5), Rippetoe(7), Hunter (2)]
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TacoBill already gave me a prize "for winning fantasy worlds", so hopefully there isn't anyone out there who can top my Rippetoe/Lewis/Hunter team. If there is, they will have to lodge an official complaint at the SWCCG Fantasy Website.

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Hunter wrote:TacoBill already gave me a prize "for winning fantasy worlds", so hopefully there isn't anyone out there who can top my Rippetoe/Lewis/Hunter team. If there is, they will have to lodge an official complaint at the SWCCG Fantasy Website.
I think I finished last with Schele/Ried?Lewis.. Thanks for holding me up a little Steve.....
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Mr. Purple wrote:
Hunter wrote:TacoBill already gave me a prize "for winning fantasy worlds", so hopefully there isn't anyone out there who can top my Rippetoe/Lewis/Hunter team. If there is, they will have to lodge an official complaint at the SWCCG Fantasy Website.
I think I finished last with Schele/Ried?Lewis.. Thanks for holding me up a little Steve.....
You should've gone with TS, well not me but Bobby!!!
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Mr. Purple wrote:
Hunter wrote:TacoBill already gave me a prize "for winning fantasy worlds", so hopefully there isn't anyone out there who can top my Rippetoe/Lewis/Hunter team. If there is, they will have to lodge an official complaint at the SWCCG Fantasy Website.
I think I finished last with Schele/Ried?Lewis.. Thanks for holding me up a little Steve.....
yeah i'd be just above you with shele/pistone/lewis = ~30
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Just in case anyone was wondering, Brian Hunter did win fantasy worlds, and won a Battle Plan foil, an extra Ultra Pro thing that they were giving away at worlds, and a J'Quille signed by Brian Fred pointing out how much he looked like hunter. His score was a 14: himself (2), Steve Lewis (5), and Brian Rippetoe (7).

I will be going back through and double checking everything, but on my first pass through the list it looks like Asphalizo and MikeTLM889 tied for 2nd (of the people who entered on time :? ) with scores of 22. So if the two of them would like to contact me with an address for your Masterful Move foils, go right ahead.

At some point (likely tonight or tommorow) I'll be going through and posting everyone's teams and scores. If you didn't finish first or 2nd, there are still prizes to be won, so hooray, or something...
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