The first local Star Wars: Destiny tournament took play on December 10, 2016 at Face to Face Games Toronto and VTTV Live was there to cover it. The entry cost was $10 and folks that had pre-ordered a box in November were given free entry. We had 17 entrants and played five rounds of swiss with 45-minute best-of-one rounds. This was the first competitive event for these players and some of the first Destiny matches period, so please forgive the gameplay mistakes that were made.
In our first match, Alex played his Rey / 2 Padawan deck against elite Vader and elite Kylo Ren. Would his grandfather’s help lead Kylo to victory?
For our second match, Jeff’s ambush heavy eHan/eRey deck tried to outpace John’s ePadme/2x Trooper mill deck.
In this round, Jenna brought her eDooku/Bala-Tik/Stormtrooper up against Norm’s eVader/Raider. The Vader-Raider combo dishes out a lot of damage, but can Dooku soak enough?
In the fourth match, we have two players returning to the stream, as John’s Padme mill deck takes on Norm’s fearsome Vader-Raider combo.
In the last match of the day, VTTV’s own Victor brings a slightly different ePadme/2x Trooper mill desk to match up against Jake’s eKylo/2x Nightsister aggro deck. VTTV pride is on the line!
Congratulations to John Gobeil for winning the first Star Wars: Destiny tournament in Toronto. I’m sure it won’t be the last.
Face to Games Toronto will be hosting their next Box Tournament on January 28th. Entry will be $10 and full details can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1812586529018435/. Face to Face also hosts tournaments on Monday evenings and open play on Wednesdays.