Pokemon Sealed Deck Tournament

Special Event on Saturday Aug 18th….a Sealed Deck Dragon’s Exalted!!

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Format:  Sealed Deck

Open 6 packs of Dragons Exalted and make your best 40 card deck from (only) those cards plus basic energy.  You bring your own energy or it will be available at a reduced rate of 5 energy for $1 (energy can only be purchased this way for use in the deck being constructed.

Time: 11:30 (players arriving earlier may be able to open and build decks earlier at the discretion of the organizer.)

Cost: $30 includes the 6 packs for the event plus 2 packs to go into the prize pool.

Prizes and Rounds--Number of Rounds and Prize split to be determined by number of players.


A note on prizes and good play: PLEASE remember that we’re a fun joint with lots of different levels of players.  The most important thing is to get some cards and have fun with them and each other.  Win because you are playing your best game, and if you have an opponent that  is making errors they will feel bad about when they learn what they should have done later, help ’em out so you both play games you feel good about.  Be that “cool player I met”, not “that guy”.  😉

From the official rules…

1.2.1. Sealed Deck
In a Sealed Deck event, players receive booster packs from the Tournament Organizer at the  beginning of the event. Each player opens all of his or her booster packs at a signal from the  Tournament Organizer and constructs a 40-card deck using only those cards and any basic  Energy cards provided by the Tournament Organizer. Players have 30 minutes to construct their decks.
Players may not trade the cards from their booster packs with other players until the
tournament ends. The Tournament Organizer may require players to fill out deck lists, including the cards in their decks and any cards not being used. Once the first round of the tournament begins, players may not alter the contents of their decks. Booster packs used for a Sealed Deck tournament should come from the same set to preserve Evolution chains that may not exist outside of that set.

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