While the Main Event is finishing the Top 16, the South American Dragon Duel Championship has begun. Read more…
Here is the Final Standings and the Top 8 Dragon Duel picture.
Congratulations to Austin Wesley Colling from Jefferson, OH, for piloting his Nekroz Deck and overcoming 67 other Duelist to become the new North American Dragon Duel WCQ Champion!
Out of North America’s best Dragon Duelists, only four remain! We have Georgia’s Adrian Galbraith up against Ohio’s Austin Colling in a Nekroz mirror match. Galbraith is using a slightly different version of the Deck compared to most – it packs Mathematician, Glow-Up Bulb, Summoner Monk, and other unique cards. Colling’s Deck is more or less standard, but has a few personal choices such as Effect Veiler. The winner of this Match is moving on to the Finals, and will also be taking a trip to the World Championship in Japan!
Here are the Pairing for Top 4 Dragon Duels at the North America World Championship Qualifier.
Here are the Pairings for the Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier Top 16.
The Dragon Duelist are back for Day 2 and have cut to their Top 32 Duelist, here are the Pairings for the Top 32.
After 7 Rounds of Dueling the Dragon Duel ended Day 1, here are the Standings:
In the final Round of the North American Dragon Duel World Championship Qualifier, 11 year old Zachary Taylor remains as the only Duelist with a perfect 6-0 record. However, still undefeated, 13 year old Andrew Fruend is sitting at 5-0-1 because of a draw and is looking to try to take the first seed for Top Cut with a win in this last Round. Taylor is using a Qliphort Deck trying to take over the game with Qliphort Scout backed up by powerful Traps. Fruend on the other hand is using a Burning Abyss strategy that works to combo the effects of his Malebranches to maintain both advantage and aggression, trying to disrupt with removal Traps such as Raigeki Break and Karma Cut.
Fruend won the roll and chose to go first.
Running alongside the Main Event here at the North American World Championship Qualifier, the best Dragon Duelists of North America are battling it out in their own WCQ! These Duelists, all 12 and under, each earned an invitation to this tournament by qualifying at different YCS and Regional tournaments over the last year. While YCS Dragon Duelists must qualify with a Sealed Battle Pack Deck, this time they must put their deckbuilding skills to the test in Constructed format. We’ve got a total of 67 Dragon Duelists vying for their shot at the Dragon Duel World Championship, but only the top 2 can make it!