Welcome to the 9th CX’s Weiss Schwarz deck techs! For this article, we will be looking at a deck that won a qualifier for the 2014 European Grand Prix – Nisekoi!
Note, because the ban list has been (and will likely continue to be) updated, the original list is no longer allowed in competitive play.
Because the set has been released in a different state in EN, old JP translated names will be used.
The tournament report and deck are brought to you by Tobias Jung.
First, the list!
Cards – 50
Level 0 – 15
4 Chitoge, Surprising Side (NK/W30-053)
4 Chitoge in Yukata (NK/W30-009)
2 Raku Being Similar (NK/W30-084)
2 Kosaki, Store’s Mascot Girl (NK/W30-033)
2 Marika in Swimsuits (NK/W30-078)
1 Chibi Kosaki (NK/W30-105)
Level 1 – 16
4 Kosaki, First Visit (NK/W30-080)
3 Marika, Loving Carnage (NK/W30-056)
3 Marika, Tilting Her Head (NK/W30-059)
2 Chitoge, Words of Promise (NK/W30-060)
2 Pendant of Promise (NK/W30-071)
2 Pendant of Promise (NK/W30-097)
Level 2 – 4
1 Marika, Daughter of the Police Chief (NK/W30-057)
1 Chitoge as Ghost (NK/W30-068)
2 Kosaki, Angel in White Clothing (NK/W30-081)
Level 3 – 7
4 Kosaki, Maiden’s Heart (NK/W30-076)
3 Marika, Maiden’s Heart (NK/W30-052)
CX – 8
4 Feelings of 10 Years (NK/W30-073)
4 Ficticious Love (NK/W30-024)
And next, the tournament report!
Michael: Congratulations on the win! How was your event overall?
Tobias: It was a fun event, with some intense games. My bad luck didn’t strike, and we were able to sort out some drama before the event started, so overall it was awesome.
M: What was a really lucky moment you had during the event? How about an unlucky one? Did you have any incredible comebacks?
T: Those three happened in the same game, so I’ll summarize it.
It was in round 4, where I played against Madoka. I don’t remember which of us went first, but she almost immediately brought me to level 2 while she stayed on level 0. I had 2 stock and couldn’t do much, and to make it worse I couldn’t even get her to level 1 on my turn. Luckily, I remained at level 2 during her next turn, and drew a CX to return the favor. The very next turn though, she pushed me to level 3. I followed up with 2 Marika, Maiden’s Heart and attack twice with both of them… and she remained at level 2. I managed to survive her next 2 (!!) attacks thanks to some clutch cancels, and eventually sealed the game.
M: Intense! How did the final match go for you? What did you play against?
T: In the finals I played a good friend of mine and his Log Horizon deck. Since we had both qualified, we had some laid back games. He used the strategy that worked during our testing session the night before, but unfortunately it didn’t work out as well for him as it did before.
M: What else did you do to prepare for the tournament? Did you do anything special the day of?
T: The night before the qualifiers a couple of friends and I held a testing session at my house. The day of the tournament I almost missed the train if that counts ^^
M: Any funny stories from the event?
T: Besides the usual trolling each other during our events nothing really noteworthy happened.
M: Congratulations again – are there any other things you’d like to say our shoutouts you’d like to make?
T: Shoutout and thanks to Steven for organizing the EGP.
Shoutout and thanks to Kevin, without him we wouldn’t have gotten the qualifier, and also thanks for being a good friend and testing partner.
Shoutout to Martin for also being a good friend though Maki DEFINITELY NOT BESCHT GURL :p
Teppich for being a good friend and always being there when I have a bad idea I want to share :p
My local community, you guys are always fun to hang out with.
The other German players, it’s always fun meeting you ^^
To my Pokemon friends (people, not Pokemon :p) and everyone else I might have forgotten
KOTORI BESCHT GURL!!!!
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