Masterminds of the Primal meta.
All in good sportsmanship. 🙂
The strength of a Pokémon in any format is always at least partially determined by the other Pokémon available.
An inside look at the Pokémon World Championships.
All hail Pokémon.
The 2017 Pokémon World Championships will take place in Anaheim, California.
Wolfe Glick, Carson Confer and Cory Connor, all from the U.S. of A., crowned as Pokémon VG World Champions.
I can’t believe one of the World Champions actually went by the alias of Woomy. 🙂
Shockingly, not a single player from Japan made it to the top cut in the Masters Division this season.
Potetin and Woomy!gun crowned as the very first Pokkén Tournament World Champions.
The biggest surprise was definitely the lack of Japanese players advancing through the Last Chance Qualifier.
Aerodactyl, Hitmontop, Gyarados, Raichu, and Lapras all stood out as unexpected Pokémon.
Groudon with Kyogre and Rayquaza with Xerneas tied as the pairings that sent the most players to Day Two with perfect records.
“If I win, sweet. If I lose, I met a lot of people and played a good game.”
A rundown of all that was at stake this year.
Let’s see if Japan is going to take it home again this time.
The full list of invitees is available here as a PDF download. Pokkén Tournament qualifiers to be finalized soon.
Same here. I don’t understand how the trading card game can be more rewarding than the foundation of the Pokémon franchise.
Announcing the Pokkén Tournament Early Access Competition, and Pokkén Tournament at the Pokémon World Championships 2016.
Mega Rayquaza allowed at the next Pokémon World Championships. I won’t comment.