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The Road to Worlds 2012, Week 5

by James Hoskin, Director of Organized Play

26th April 2012

This is a weekly series that aims to preview upcoming Regional tournaments, review Regional tournaments that have just taken place, highlight winning decks, interview players, and more. Last week's article was The Road to Worlds 2012, Week 4.

How can you contribute to this series? First and foremost, I am relying on results and deck lists being promptly entered into this site. I can't write about them otherwise. Other ways you can help include: taking photos, interviewing players, writing previews, and providing background information. Any other way to help the community be a part of your Regional tournament would be appreciated, too. Contact details are at the end of this article.

Week 4 Review

Saturday 21st AprilSunday 22nd April
Second Edition (Standard)
Round Table Pizza
2960 Treat Boulevard
Concord, CA 94518
United States
Second Edition (Standard)
Arby's Resturaunt
7110 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92111
United States
Second Edition (Standard)
State Library of Western Australia
25 Francis Street
Northbridge, WA 6003
Tribbles (Standard)
State Library of Western Australia
25 Francis Street
Northbridge, WA 6003
Second Edition (Standard)
Sci-Fi City
6006 E Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32807
United States
Second Edition (Standard)
College of DuPage
Student Resource Center
425 Fawell Boulevard
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
United States
First Edition (Sealed)
College of DuPage
Student Resource Center
425 Fawell Boulevard
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
United States
Tribbles (Standard)
College of DuPage
Student Resource Center
425 Fawell Boulevard
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
United States

Round Table Pizza: There were just four players at this Northern California Regional. Rich Joakimson (Outsider), playing a [AU] [SF] Mirror Starfleet deck titled "No-Win Mirror Starfleet", was undefeated and won the tournament. Rich defeated two-time winner of this Regional, Stephen Lee (grendelX) in the second round and never looked back. Stephen was playing a [TNG] Next Generation deck titled "35 Card Deck Design Series #29 Cadet Speed REG". It appears that Stephen likes playing 35-card decks. One wonders if any of his regular opponents ever play a discard deck against him? Two deck lists can be found on the tournament results page.

Statistics from Round Table Pizza:

Total achievements awarded8
Most achievements wonRich Joakimson (Outsider) with 6
Average achievements per player2.0
Biggest ratings gainStephen Lee (grendelX), up 31 points to 1489
Average rating of all 4 players1549

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Rich JoakimsonRich JoakimsonRich JoakimsonRich Joakimson

Arby's Resturaunt: Six players participated in this Risa Regional in San Diego. The battle of Continuing Committee members saw four playing, while another stayed on the side-lines to judge. The game that should have decided the tournament happened in the third round, when Nathan Wineinger (Naetor), playing a [TOS] Original Series deck titled "Timed Game Superstars"; faced Johnny Holeva (jjh), playing a [Bor] Borg deck titled "Big Fat Borg Deck - APR 2012". Both players were undefeated at that point, but a tense game ended at 35-35. Nathan writes in his report that, if there had been more time, he thinks he was in the better position to win. Alas, we'll never know. Following that tie, it all came down to the final round. Johnny was paired against Rogue Shindler (SirRogue), and Nathan was paired against Charlie Plaine (MidnightLich). Had either player won their game outright, they would have won the tournament; but as it was, both games ended in modified wins. That meant that the winner was decided by the tiebreakers. Unfortunately, Charlie was not having a good tournament, and his position at the foot of the standings meant Nathan's Strength-of-Schedule was lower than Johnnys. Johnny won the tournament, his fourth win at this Regional in five years. Six deck lists and one tournament report can be found on the tournament results page.

Statistics from Arby's Resturaunt:

Total achievements awarded5
Most achievements wonJohnny Holeva (jjh), with 4
Average achievements per player0.8
Biggest ratings gainNathan Wineinger (Naetor), up 29 points to 1730
Average rating of all 6 players1599

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Johnny Holeva Johnny Holeva Nathan WineingerNathan Wineinger

Sci-Fi City: This Cardassia Reigonal in Orlando, Florida attracted eight players; seven of whom played Federation of some kind. [TNG] Next Generation was the most popular, being played by five players; although three of them chose to play it in partnership with another headquarters. [TOS] Original Series and [Voy] Voyager were also played. The only deck not to feature any [Fed] blue cards was [Kli] Klingon, and that finished in seventh place. There were only seven copies of Moral Choice among the eight dilemma piles. Thomas Kamiura (Bosskamiura) was one of the players stocking two copies of this vital dilemma, and I'm sure this helped him to win the tournament. Thomas, playing an [TOS] Original Series deck titled "TK The Original Series vFINAL" faced [TNG] Next Generation personnel in all four games and was undefeated, although he did tie his second round game and only manage a modified win his fourth round game. Those slips gave pre-tournament favorite, Eric Robinett (rycar60), playing a [DS9] [TNG] Deep Space 9 / Next Generation deck titled "Go Borg, or Go Home"; a chance, but Thomas' victory over Eric put an end to that. Eight deck lists and one tournament report can be found on the tournament results page.

Statistics from Sci-Fi City:

Total achievements awarded12
Most achievements wonThomas Kamiura (Bosskamiura), with 5
Average achievements per player1.5
Biggest ratings gainJoseph Bazemore (Cmdr Xym), up 31 points to 1604
Average rating of all 8 players1570

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Thomas KamiuraEric RobinettGeoffrey PetersonEric Robinett

College of DuPage (Second Edition): 14 players turned out in Chicagoland for CODcon. As seems the norm for Regionals this year, [TNG] Next Generation was the most popular affiliation, being used by five players. [DS9] Deep Space 9, [TOS] Original Series, and [Voy] Voyager made up another four decks, so [Fed] blue decks were once again the ones to beat. Last week's Road to Worlds article, where I pointed out that [Bor] Borg had not been played in a Regional this year, convinced Al Schaefer (ltkettch17) to play them. His deck titled "I don't know... therefore Borg" took him to four straight victories, and his first Illinois Regional win in the Continuing Committee-era. Four players suffered just one loss. The resulting tiebreakers positioned Corbin Johnson (Corbinq27), playing an Earth Space 9 deck titled "2 mission win DS9 / Earth deck with Transwarp Hub??!!" in second place; and - my pick to win - Casey Wickum (MrCub21), playing a [DS9] DS9 deck titled "Benjamin Sisko and Kasidy Yates' Yacht Club", in third place. 13 deck lists and ten tournament reports can be found on the tournament results page.

Statistics from College of DuPage:

Total achievements awarded19
Most achievements wonAmber Van Breemen (Marquetry) and Maggie Geppert (jadziadax8), with 3 each
Average achievements per player1.4
Biggest ratings gainAl Schaefer (ltkettch17), up 62 points to 1666
Average rating of all 14 players1524

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Al SchaeferCasey WickumAl SchaeferMichael Van Breemen

College of DuPage (Tribbles): Following the Second Edition Regional, 13 players stayed on for this Tribbles Regional. The highlight of this tournament must have been the 250-card deck being played by Michael Van Breemen (The Ninja Scot). The anthology-boxed size deck was designed to earn almost all of the Tribbles achievements; and by winning the first preliminary pod, he did just that. Michael almost scored more Tribbles in that pod than his five other opponents combined. The second preliminary pod, was won by Edward Pigman (jindrak), playing a Rescue deck. It was a very low scoring pod, with the combined total of all seven players sitting at just 977,737 Tribbles. The final table was another low-scoring table, with the seven players only just breaking the 2 million Tribbles barrier between them. Casey Wickum (MrCub21), playing a Clone/Go/Utilize deck titled "I Did Play Utilize" won the title; ahead of Edward Pigman (jindrak), whose Rescue deck was titled "I should have played utilize", in second place. 13 deck lists and nine tournament reports can be found on the tournament results page; and an interview with Tribbles achievement breeder, Michael Van Breemen is below.

Statistics from College of DuPage:

Total achievements awarded32
Most achievements wonMichael Van Breemen (The Ninja Scot), with 24!
Average achievements per player2.5
Total Tribbles Scored2,209,888
Average Tribbles scored by all 13 players169,991

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Casey WickumEric BiecheEdward PigmanMaggie Geppert

State Library of Western Australia (Second Edition): This Deep Space Station K-7 Regional in Perth attracted four players. Following four weeks of no [Bor] Borg decks, this was the third of five Second Edition Regionals this week to be won by them. Matthyas Kiraly (stoovie), whose Dissident [Bor] Borg deck was titled "Nice Rack", won his first two games and despite losing his third, won the Regional title for the second time in three years. Robert Dawson (TBT), playing a [DS9] [TOS] Deep Space 9 / Original Series deck titled "(.)(.)", rebounded from losing to Matthyas in the first round to win his next two games and finish in second place. My pick to win, Matthew Townsend (thac0276) finished in third place, playing a [Voy] Voyager/Equinox deck; and Daniel Hyde (zephrem) was fourth, playing a Hologram deck titled "Boobs". There are no prizes for guessing what theme Matthew will follow when he enters his deck list. Three deck lists can be found on the tournament results page.

Statistics from State Library of Western Australia:

Total achievements awarded5
Most achievements wonMatthyas Kiraly (stoovie), with 3
Average achievements per player1.3
Biggest ratings gainRobert Dawson (TBT), up 20 points to 1590
Average rating of all 4 players1593

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Matthyas KiralyMatthew TownsendRobert DawsonRobert Dawson

State Library of Western Australia (Tribbles): The second half of the double-header in Perth was contested between the same four players who played the Second Edition Regional. Robert Dawson (TBT) made up for his earlier runners-up spot by decimating his opponents in this tournament, with a Discard/Go deck titled "El natural? To be honest of prefer them waxed...". Robert scored 1,042,605 Tribbles, more than all of his opponents combined, to take his first Tribbles Regional title. Daniel Hyde (zephrem) took second place with 424,646 Tribbles scored using a Go deck titled "Tribs2012". Four deck lists can be found on the tournament results page.

Statistics from State Library of Western Australia:

Total achievements awarded6
Most achievements wonRobert Dawson (TBT), with 3
Average achievements per player1.5
Total Tribbles Scored2,017,098
Average Tribbles scored by all 4 players504,275

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Robert DawsonMatthew TownsendMatthew TownsendCassy Nova

College of DuPage (First Edition): This OTSD Sealed deck Regional saw six players participate at CODcon in Illinois. With only three affiliations to play out of the box, there were five different deck types on display: There was one [Fed] Federation deck, one [Kli] Klingon deck, two [Fed] [Kli] Federation/Klingon decks, one [Fed] [Rom] Federation/Romulan deck and one triple treaty [Fed] [Kli] [Rom] Federation/Klingon/Romlan deck. As I predicted last week, the Second Edition sealed deck experience of Michael Van Breemen (The Ninja Scot) helped him to win all three games and take the title. Michael Moskop (Comicbookhero) took second place, having lost to Michael in the final round; and tournament director Corbin Johnson (Corbinq27) finished in third. Six deck lists and four tournament reports can be found on the tournament results page, and an interview with Michael Van Breemen is below.

Statistics from College of DuPage:

Total achievements awarded15
Most achievements wonMichael Moskop (Comicbookhero) and Corbin Johnson (Corbinq27), with 4 each
Average achievements per player2.5
Biggest ratings gainMichael Van Breemen (The Ninja Scot), up 57 points to 1516
Average rating of all 6 players1502

WinnerJames' PredictionKris' PredictionShane's Prediction
Michael Van BreemenMichael Van BreemenCorbin JohnsonCorbin Johnson


This week, Michael Van Breemen (The Ninja Scot); 2008 First Edition World Champion, player of 250-card Tribbles decks, and - in my mind - the reason Transport Crash Survivors exists; faces a grilling.

James: You had an eventful weekend at CODcon. Let’s start with Second Edition. What decks were you considering playing?
Michael: They were all two mission win decks for all of the affiliations that I had picked in the Section 31 contest (Original Series, Cardassians, Maquis, Bajorans, Terok Nor and DS9/Earth.) I took Cardassians out because I've already won with them for achievements. That left the other five to be determined by the most highly scientific of methods - a bunch of dice rolls in the chat room. First to ten won. That was [TOS] Original Series.

James: What decks did you expect to face?
Michael: I expected Casey to play [TOS] Original Series, Ed to play [TNG] Cadets, Corbin to play two-mission win with high-attribute personnel, Eric to play Dissident [Bor] Borg, Steve to play [Maq] Maquis, Amber to play [Car] Cardassians (which, I'll admit, I cheated in knowing about ahead of time.) I didn't know what Al was going to play, but that's what I was betting on.

James: Can you give a brief description of how your Original Series deck works?
Michael: The deck list is here. It's a simple two-mission solver with the Enterprise-B for bonus points. You complete Deliver Evidence with its low 32 Integrity (feasible with five personnel) and, since you're ferrying people back and forth from Earth, you are generally okay with stopping the ship for the 10 points. Next, it's on to Risa and, with a play of Legal Proceedings and the ship there, you're getting 60 points from Risa (20 from the mission, 5 from Legal Proceedings, 25 from having 5 different species present when you solve and 10 from the Enterprise-B). That's 105 points for the taking.

James: Are there any special tricks in the deck?
Michael: The extra 10 points from Risa is pretty sweet but I do like the interplay of Driven with John Harriman for completing missions. You play Driven on a dilemma that, afterwards, you know you have the stats but not necessarily the mission requirements (typically losing Intelligence to Hard Time or The Caretaker's Guests or one of Amber's incredible random selections.) You can use Driven to give an [TOS] Original Series personnel Intelligence (or whatever skill you're missing in space), then use Harriman to copy it for the remainder of the mission attempt. I never had to do it, but it was nice to have a backup option.

James: Who was your toughest opponent?
Michael: Casey, because he had the U.S.S. Sao Paolo out. It's hard to kill people on a ship when the ship says that you can't do that. Apparently that's the drawback when people know that you've been known to kill a few people with a dilemma pile.

James: Now the tournament is over, how would you improve the deck?
Michael: I would use a different dilemma pile. I had brought a Legacy pile that I wasn't sure if I wanted to use or not, but talked myself out of it. One-dilemma stopping people with Infinite Diversity or Legacy (I didn't expect anyone to have Bridge Officer's Test) with McCoy and Shran to bring them back might have been the better play. In terms of the draw deck, giving me some more ways to score extra points which would've made the difference between winning and losing against Casey. I couldn't draw Legal Proceedings, and I didn't have a way to download it into play. That, and using Bridge Officer's Test for myself - would've gotten past Al's Back to Basics and Steve's Distress Call.

James: Moving on to Tribbles, what decks were you considering playing?
Michael: Honestly, my 250-card deck. It never occurred to me that I would play something different than that.

James: What decks did you expect to face?
Michael: I didn't know enough about Tribbles to say that I would encounter this or that. I was hoping to get Poison'ed and win with Antidote as that was what I was figuring to be the most likely way that I could win with my deck. Beyond that, a lot of Go and Discard since it helps you get your deck out quickly.

James: What was it like shuffling a 250-card deck?
Michael: Here's a tip for those in the world who ever have to deal with a 250-card deck - DON'T USE NEW SLEEVES FROM ULTIPRO! They were slippery as an eel in lubricant and you get laughed at for dropping all the cards half the time. After a while, it was more about being careful and doing it in smaller batches so that it went through easier. That and convincing people (often unsuccessfully) to not make you Recycle your deck.

James: With so many cards in the deck, what were your card draws like? You had Masaka & Scan, but did you ever wish you had more card manipulation powers like Cycle, Evolve, Exchange & Process?
Michael: There was a lot of Masaka at the tables I was playing in so it wasn't as apparently necessary. I simply played the cards that I drew, had fun trying to get people to Battle me, and went out on my own once (another was from an Antidote - which considering that there are 18 Antidotes in a 250 card deck is pretty remarkable right there.)

James: Did you ever make the Bonus?
Michael: I was close once - I had the 1000, 100 and 1 in my score pile, with a 10 in hand. Then the Masaka came, and I never saw it again.

James: How did the tournament play out, from your perspective?
Michael: It was hilarious, especially after I actually won on my own with IDIC + 13 different Tribble powers (I even won a Battle or two), when people figured out just how much I had won in the two games. But in general, especially in the top table for the Regional, it was a lot of fun. I don't think that I've had that much group laughing during a card game in forever.

James: Well have to get you playing Austin Powers again this year at GenCon, to see which game has more laughs. Anyhow, I digress. Now the tournament is over, how would you improve the deck?
Michael: I would make it smaller. Also, definitely focus it more on an actual goal of powers; so that there's an actual strategy involved, instead of simply going with the flow. Lastly, if Josh is playing, always hit him for Poison and Utilize so that Mr. ATM gives you the cash.

James: Finally, it's time to discuss First Edition. Where there any cards you were hoping to find in your OTSD?
Michael: Anything that could let me play more than one card per turn or Horga'hn! Besides that, wall dilemmas and dilemmas that kill people. That way, I had a better chance of getting out in front and could bulldoze my way through missions, not caring whether people died or not. The extra virtual cards that we were provided was great. Like Temporal Micro-Wormhole to report people directly to ships (in my case, it was always Montgomery Scott and Spock), Q's-Tent (to put in all the ships except for one, freeing up the space in the draw deck), Fair Play (so I didn't have to worry as much about mission stealing, which no one tried against me despite having three steal-able missions) among others. Lastly, I was praying that I could get an Assign Mission Specialists in the Reflections packs because getting two personnel of your choice and the bonus points is just money in the bank.

James: Was Klingon your only choice, or could you have built a different deck with your cards?
Michael: I had a total of seven Federation personnel, seven Romulans, three Dominion, three Bajorans and five Cardassians. I also drew a Treaty: Romulan/Klingon as well, but I tried to avoid as many seed cards as possible so it was better to go with just the Non-Aligned and Klingons.

James: Can you give a brief description of how your Klingon deck plays?
Michael: The deck list is here. Opening turn, download the Space-Time Portal from Q's Tent and then play people/draw. When I had a mixture of all classifications, I'd either go planet first if I didn't get my Senior Staff Meeting or space first if I did. When the I.K.C. T'Ong dropped, it was always a debate to see whether or not I'd return it to hand. Against Amber, I did because I had it in my opening hand along with 5 personnel so that, when I drew into another personnel, I could drop it again. Otherwise, there wasn't anything strategy-wise that was different. I had to make sure that Vina didn't die though. There was only one Physics, one Greed and four Honor in the deck, which was required by my two main missions (Khitomer Research and Cargo Rendezvous). Having Vina's ability to select a skill was vital.

James: Were there any special tricks in the deck?
Michael: Having the ships in the tent was great in keeping the deck size down, Senior Staff Meeting to get around a dilemma unseen, a Distortion of Space/Time Continuum to try again (although it was never needed), the Vash+Dig combination for the two card draws or returning a card into the draw deck. Being able to steal a mission when necessary was often vital.

James: How did the tournament play out, from your perspective?
Michael: Very well. It was rather relaxed, for the most part; although I was still trying to remind myself what all of these cards do again, since I've played so rarely as of late.

James: Who was your toughest opponent?
Michael: Corbin. He had killed or taken away more personnel than I would have liked. If it wasn't for the raw number of personnel advantage and a mispick on his Mysterious Orb, he probably would have won.

James: Do you have anything else to add?
Michael: Just that the prize support for everything was awesome - I got some Decipher t-shirts, foils, a USS Reliant Heroclix, some gift certificates to Jason's ebay store for winning not only the First Edition regional but by having the most Star Trek logo'd Tribble cards in their deck - I had a great time.

Thanks for taking the time to answer these questions, Michael.


This week, one player won a Day One, Round One bye into his local First Edition Continental Championships:

And, six players won a Day One, Round One bye into their local Second Edition Continental Championships:

And, three players won a 100,000 Tribbles Headstart into their local Tribbles Continental Championships:

Congratulations to all players, and I wish better luck to anyone who didn't make it this time. These bye winners have been added to the list of current bye winners for the Continental Championships and the World Championships here.

Deck statistics

There were six First Edition players at one tournament this week, taking the total players at First Edition Regional Championships to 19 - an average of 6.3 players per tournament.

The most popular First Edition affiliations are currently:
1.Dual AffiliationsUsed by 8 (42%) players
2.[Fed] FederationUsed by 4 (21%) players
3.HirogenUsed by 2 (21%) players1 Regional win
3.[Kli] KlingonUsed by 2 (21%) players1 Regional win
5.[Baj] BajoranUsed by 1 (5%) player1 Regional win
5.[Car] CardassianUsed by 1 (5%) player
5.Triple AffiliationsUsed by 1 (5%) player

There were 36 players at five Second Edition tournaments this week, taking the total players at Second Edition Regional Championships to 90 - an average of 8.2 players per tournament. [Bor] Borg roared back with a vengeance, having not been played in the previous four weeks, to win three of the five tournaments this week. Even though [TNG] Next Generation is seemingly popular everywhere, nine other affiliations have a better victory point average than [TNG] Next Generation's 10.3. Surprisingly, [Kli] Klingon are one of the few affiliations with a lower victory point average, at 10.1.

The most popular Second Edition affiliations are currently:
1.[TNG] Next GenerationUsed by 21 (23%) players3 Regional wins
2.[Car] CardassianUsed by 8 (9%) players
3.[SF] StarfleetUsed by 7 (8%) players2 Regional wins
3.[Voy] Voyager/EquinoxUsed by 7 (8%) players1 Regional win
3.Dual AffiliationsUsed by 7 (8%) players
6.[DS9] Deep Space 9Used by 6 (7%) players
7.[Kli] KlingonUsed by 5 (6%) players1 Regional win
8.[Bor] BorgUsed by 4 (4%) players3 Regional wins
8.[TOS] Original SeriesUsed by 4 (4%) players1 Regional win
10.Earth Space 9Used by 3 (3%) players
10.[Fer] FerengiUsed by 3 (3%) players
10.[Maq] MaquisUsed by 3 (3%) players
10.[Rom] RomulanUsed by 3 (3%) players
10.Unknown?Used by 3 (3%) players
15.[Baj] BajoranUsed by 2 (4%) players
16.[Dom] DominionUsed by 1 (1%) player
16.[NA] Non-AlignedUsed by 1 (1%) player
16.[TN] Terok NorUsed by 1 (1%) player
16.Triple AffiliationsUsed by 1 (1%) player

There were 17 players at two Tribbles tournaments this week, taking the total players at Tribbles Regional Championships to 40 - an average of 6.7 players per tournament. Excluding preliminary heats, a total of 10,952,548 Tribbles have been scored to date, an average of 273,814 Tribbles per player. Go remains the most popular power, being played in all six tournaments so far. Poison has been played at four of the tournaments, but by only four players; while Rescue has been played at three tournaments by six players.

The most popular Tribbles powers in each deck are:
1.GoUsed by 11 (28%) players2 Regional wins
2.RescueUsed by 6 (15%) players
3.CloneUsed by 5 (13%) players1 Regional win
4.PoisonUsed by 4 (10%) players
5.BonusUsed by 3 (8%) players1 Regional win
5.Unknown?Used by 3 (8%) players
7.DiscardUsed by 1 (3%) player
7.FreezeUsed by 1 (3%) player
7.IDICUsed by 1 (3%) player
7.ReplayUsed by 1 (3%) player
7.TallyUsed by 1 (3%) player
7.Time WarpUsed by 1 (3%) player
7.Clone/Go/UtilizeUsed by 1 (3%) player1 Regional win
7.Discard/GoUsed by 1 (3%) player1 Regional win


James' AccuracyKris' AccuracyPublic Predictors' Accuracy
7/20 (35%)4/20 (20%)3/20 (15%)

For the second week in succession, one-third of the predictions made the previous week were accurate. I should point out that I am responsible for half of the six correct predictions; but if I did that, I would also have to point out that the four players I highlighted last week to win the Tribbles Regional at CODCon in Illinois, finished fifth and sixth (out of six) and sixth and seventh (out of seven) on the final tables. I make no comment on either matter. Last week's public predictor, Shane Brierley (Shanebrier) managed just one correct prediction out of eight. This week's public predictor is interviewee Michael Van Breemen (The Ninja Scot). By the law of averages, he should get a handful of his 17 predictions correct!

Past Public Predictors
Week 3Ben Hosp (bhosp)2/5 (40%)
Week 4Shane Brierley (Shanebrier)1/8 (13%)
Week 1Will Hoskin (Gumbo)0/3 (0%)
Week 2Kenneth Tufts (Worf Son of Mogh)0/4 (0%)

The Road to Worlds, Week 5 continues in part II.

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