Well, with the July OCG banlist out of the bag, the next few reports might be the last of its trend. But personally, I doubt anything would change much even if one of the rising meta decks took some support hits.
I know, I know, you guys come here every week for the Decklists (maybe), but we could talk about some current events on the side, right? So what can you say about the new lists? Did it surprise you? Did you just shrug it off? You gonna be ballin’ next format? I’ve been hearing some of the players here are still intent on running Dragon Rulers. It’s still feasible, but who knows, right? Maybe we’ll just have to see in a few weeks.
As with every time a new list appears, some Decks are shut down, some Decks are toned down, some Decks may get some support back, and some random changes just happen. Some people get frustrated with the game more, some are just indifferent, and some are happy that they have their old Decks a bit (if not fully) functional again. Always a wide spectrum of reactions, and that’s some of what I want to see in the comments below.
Lastly, it’s a bit of a pain to encode an archetype that only has an official TCG name for one card but not for everything else. You’ll see what I mean later. It hurts my OCD. Just keep in mind that if you get confused, I’m always using official TCG names, then, if none are available, the names used in the Wikia provided by The Organization.
Ongkeco Hobby Shop Pod
Winner: Leonard Lagazo
Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 1A
Winner: Carlos Mejia
Deck: Tellarknight/Star Seraph
Courtside Robinsons Galleria Pod 4B
Winner: Kenneth Febra
Play2Learn Discovery Toy Shop
Winner: John Ritchie Virtudazo
Deck: Yang Zing (Cosmic Dragon)