Meta Check – Texas Kotei

Meta Check – Texas Kotei

As one of the first events of each season the Texas Kotei, historically this event has been pretty influential. This year, it had 30 players and ended in a Jade Throne final.

You can see the day 2 brackets here and the finals had Chris Potorf playing Scorpion versus Aneil Seetharam playing Crab in the finals with Chris taking the win. I’m sure we’ll get the highlights on the next episode of The Jade Throne!

Chris Potorf - Scorpion

DFW Kotei Winner – Scorp/Phx KoE
By: SirLargeness

City of the Open Hand (Core)
Keeper of Earth
Abandoning Honor (The Fires Within)
Before the Throne (The Chrysanthemum Throne)
Effective Deception (Justice for Satsume)
Shameful Display (Core)
Toshi Ranbo (For the Empire)

Character (34)
3 Alibi Artist (Underhand of the Emperor)
3 Bayushi Liar (Core)
3 Bayushi Manipulator (Core)
3 Blackmail Artist (Core)
3 Keeper Initiate (Core)
3 Miya Mystic (Core)
3 Shameless Gossip (For the Empire)
3 Soshi Illusionist (Core)
2 Soshi Shadowshaper (Breath of the Kami)
3 Young Rumormonger (Core)
2 Favored Niece (Core)
3 Bayushi Shoju (Shoju’s Duty)

Holding (6)
3 Favorable Ground (Core)
3 Imperial Storehouse (Core)

Conflict (40)
Attachment (3)
3 Cloud the Mind (Core)

Character (5)
2 Goblin Sneak (Tears of Amaterasu)
1 Seeker of Knowledge (Core)
2 Shosuro Miyako (Justice for Satsume)

Event (32)
3 Assassination (Core)
3 Backhanded Compliment (The Chrysanthemum Throne)
2 Banzai! (Core)
2 Censure (Into the Forbidden City)
3 Court Games (Core)
1 Duty (Underhand of the Emperor)
3 For Shame! (Core)
3 Forged Edict (Core)
3 Way of the Scorpion (Core)
3 Calling in Favors (Core)
3 Earth Becomes Sky (Bonds of Blood)
3 Display of Power (Core)

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2 Replies to “Meta Check – Texas Kotei”

  1. The final was played SO quickly! These guys know what they’re doing. Plus, that Frottop scorpion deck looks like it would be absolutely horrendous to play against!

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