Monday, August 18, 2008

Gen con Pics

Here are some various pics I took at Gen Con at the Chaotic area.



This is how you set up a game called Three-Five-Seven. Basically each person takes turns taking as many beads from one column (not rows) as they want. The object is to leave your opponent with the last bead to pick up :).



This is Graham (like the cracker :P). He is one of the "cool" guys working at the Chaotic booth. He mostly did demos and did a little judging and maybe one or two codemaster matches.



This is the guy who beat me in the top eight, and next to him is the guy who came in second :P.



This is Brian Fahmie, better known as Dragonix, playing a codemaster match :).



And this is the key card in the deck that Brian was using in the last picture. His name is bladz, and he is going to be awesome :D. And yes, I am feeling generous today ;).

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

wow! i wish i could be there. what's that rarity symbol on bladze?

Occasus said...

That is the symbol for the next set :).

insanecrane said...

where can u get those beads to use as mugic counters

Anonymous said...

Wow! Totally awesome pics!

~ PCShark11

Anonymous said...

Is Bladz a Muge Warrior? I can't tell what it said.

~PCShark11

(Sorry for the 2 posts in a row.)

Anonymous said...

awesome i cant wait till u post more oh this is booya03 lol! :)

Anonymous said...

He's a Minion Warrior. Anyways, my goodness these two cards are SO strong. They are only rares and yet they are undoubtedly as strong Chaor or Maxxor. I hope this doesn't become a trend like what happened in Yugioh (I don't play it but know what happened). In the first set everything sucks but all of a sudden in the next sets a one tribute guy can take out blue eyes. Hope this doesn't happen to Chaotic. Hey Occasus, was every card of the new set this powerful or was it just a few?

Occasus said...

The decks that they show us are meant to be competition level. The same happened with the silent sands set. I wouldn't worry too much about it.

Anonymous said...

Alright cool. By the way, there is a pretty good interview on TCGPlayer.com that could be pretty good for your site, it reveals a lot of cool stuff.

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Anonymous said...

One of the guys told me that if you can beat Graham at the bead game it counts as a codemaster challenge.

IS THIS TRUE???

Occasus said...

Graham didn't play a lot of the bead game, that was mostly will. But the bead game does not count as a codemaster match.

SB said...

If its allowed, may i make it known that i am the first official Bladez fan?