Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Mint » February 20th, 2018, 6:15 pm

Game two and three of Mint vs igorbat99 have ended.
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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by igorbat99 » February 20th, 2018, 8:51 pm

i'm glad that i taked part in this tournament! Mint really deserved his wins against me. After reading afterwords of some players i want to say, that veto rule is really good. Thanks Druid for this tournament!

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Dauntless » February 20th, 2018, 10:18 pm

Hi guys,

posting the result of game 2 vs Oook.

Map: Sullas Ruins (my pick)
Matchup: Loy p1 (me) vs Knagla p2 (Oook)
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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Druid » February 21st, 2018, 12:09 pm

This we know the first finalists. :D
@Mint, Dauntless - Congratulations. ;)
@igorbat99, Oook - It is a pity that not every good player can win the tournament. Thank you for participating. ;)

Several players wrote to me that's why two questions :
1. Can the final matches for first and third place be played for 3 wins (maximum 5 games)?
2. Do you want to increase the map pool for the final games? If so, I am asking for a proposal. Maybe the finalists will choose maps themselves - without restrictions.
Of course, if all finalists agree.
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The semi-finals
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Krogen (Hungary) vs ElderofZion - (Poland) ( 0 : 0 )

Waifu (Germany) vs Solymos-HUN (Hungary) ( 0 : 1 )

igorbat99 (Russia) vs Mint (Australia) ( 1 : 2 )
promoted to the final matches Mint (Australia) - Congratulations

Dauntless (Czech Republic) vs Oook (United Kingdom) ( 2 : 0 )
promoted to the final matches Dauntless (Czech Republic) - Congratulations
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It's time to draw the final pairs. Each participant of the tournament can have his share in it. I invite to the server on February 22 at 19:00 . Game with the name "Dragon Tournament - final " will be hosted. Password : DT 2017 . There we will get to know the magic number. What did I come up with? We will count. ;)
Order of couples to draw:
1. winning - Krogen (Hungary) vs ElderofZion - (Poland)
2. winning - Waifu (Germany) vs Solymos-HUN (Hungary)
3. Mint (Australia)
4. Dauntless (Czech Republic)

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Krogen » February 21st, 2018, 1:13 pm

It's not decided yet if i'll be a finalist or not, but i support the map pool extension and im okay with playing to 3 wins.
"A lion doesn't concern himself with the opinions of the sheep." - Tywin Lannister

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Druid » February 22nd, 2018, 6:34 pm

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Final pairs - the draw. The magic number - 5
The magic number was created after entries Krogen and ElderofZion.
1. winning (1), 2. winning (2), Mint (3), Dauntless (4), 1. winning (5) - first drawn.

2. winning (1), Mint (2), Dauntless (3), 2. winning (4), Mint (5) - second drawn

The first pair: 1. winning [Krogen (Hungary) vs ElderofZion - (Poland)] vs Mint (Australia)

The second pair: 2. winning [Waifu (Germany) vs Solymos-HUN (Hungary)] vs Dauntless (Czech Republic)

They took part in the draw : Krogen, ElderofZion, Mint, me and belated Waifu. Thank you for participating in the draw. ;)

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Krogen » February 22nd, 2018, 10:36 pm

ElderofZion vs Krogen (Drakes vs Rebels, Howling Ghost Badlands)
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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Druid » February 23rd, 2018, 4:18 pm

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The semi-finals
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Krogen (Hungary) vs ElderofZion - (Poland) ( 1 : 0 )

Waifu (Germany) vs Solymos-HUN (Hungary) ( 0 : 1 )

igorbat99 (Russia) vs Mint (Australia) ( 1 : 2 )
promoted to the final matches Mint (Australia) - Congratulations

Dauntless (Czech Republic) vs Oook (United Kingdom) ( 2 : 0 )
promoted to the final matches Dauntless (Czech Republic) - Congratulations
@Krogen I see that you had fans ;)
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I repeat because only Krogen wrote back.
1. Can the final matches for first and third place be played for 3 wins (maximum 5 games)?
2. Do you want to increase the map pool for the final games? If so, I am asking for a proposal. Maybe the finalists will choose maps themselves - without restrictions.
Of course, if all finalists agree.

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Elder2 » February 23rd, 2018, 8:04 pm

ElderofZion vs Krogen game 2
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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Elder2 » February 23rd, 2018, 8:42 pm

ElderofZion vs Krogan game 3
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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Elder2 » February 23rd, 2018, 8:45 pm

I agree

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Krogen » February 23rd, 2018, 8:47 pm

That's it for me this time, congratulations to ElderofZion for the victories, he totally deserved them with that village-stealing bat trick.
And thx for the games to everyone.
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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Mint » February 24th, 2018, 4:51 am

I'd like first to three wins for the final games.

I don't like the finals map pool, so my proposal is this: have both players agree to a map in the first game, then let whoever loses the game pick the next map that gets played.

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by MathBrush » February 24th, 2018, 6:09 am

I watched the replay of the last two EoZ/Krogen games, and they were so interesting! I've never played or watched a multiplayer game before. I had no idea how important gold was. It was really interesting to see Krogen throw their leader into battle, and how poachers were used to finish people off reliably.

You guys are great players! Thanks for posting these here!

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Re: Dragon Tournament – Polish edition 2017

Post by Druid » February 24th, 2018, 12:11 pm

@ElderofZion Congratulations ;)
@Krogen I very happy with your participation in the tournament. Thank you for your games and valuable advices.
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The semi-finals
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Krogen (Hungary) vs ElderofZion (Poland) ( 1 : 2 )
promoted to the final matches ElderofZion (Poland) - Congratulations

Waifu (Germany) vs Solymos-HUN (Hungary) ( 0 : 1 )

igorbat99 (Russia) vs Mint (Australia) ( 1 : 2 )
promoted to the final matches Mint (Australia) - Congratulations

Dauntless (Czech Republic) vs Oook (United Kingdom) ( 2 : 0 )
promoted to the final matches Dauntless (Czech Republic) - Congratulations
Mint and ElderofZion - can play your matches. ;)

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