It was the final GFC before the World Championships, and the competition was fierce. Players brought their A-game in an attempt to conquer the Ninety-three that entered and win a place at worlds. When the dust settled, these four came out on top! Continue on to learn more about these amazing competitors!
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Over 100 players competed, and four stood above the rest. Read on to learn more about the players that made top four in yesterday's Goat Format Championship 14 tournament!
Though not completely unheard of, Rescue Cat OTK decks have not been seen in the spotlight of the format for a while now. This fact didn't stop Kersed from choosing the explosive (and cute!) deck for today's event, though!
105 players have all come together today to compete in Goat Format Championship 14! Everyone here wants a shot at the coveted invite to the World Championship event taking place in October, and each player has their own strategy for obtaining it. Luke Jamieson (AKA Forever) decided on an unconventional, but potentially powerful deck: Drain Aggro.
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Out of eighty three others, four more players have found themselves among the ranks of World Championship competitors. Let's see what they each had to say about themselves and the event with our top four player interviews!
Players using successful historical lists as inspiration is commonplace in Goat Format. It seems that's exactly what Luca Cipolletta (AKA Funky5) has done with his Phoenix Goat Control deck, which has clear similarities to Roberto Martinez's Shonen Jump New Jersey 2005 deck. Martinez placed in the top eight of his event, but how will Funky5 fare?
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