Supreme Kai Top 4(5) Deck Lists!

1st Tyler Steenmeijer

yamcha, suited up
yamcha, on the move
yamcha, surprised
yamcha, happy

orange adaptive mastery

3 orange stare down
3 orange power point
3 orange fierce attack
3 yamcha’s spirit ball
3 quick blasts
2 orange separating shot
2 orange sweeping blasts
2 energy toss
2 pesky barrage
2 blinding energy move
3 orange juke
3 yamcha’s rescue
2 orange refocus
2 orange energy catch
3 orange meditation
3 unleashed
2 orange gathering
1 defiant challenge
1 tug of war
1 heroic energy sphere
1 time is a warriors tool
2 yamchas expert assistance
2 visiting the past
3 orange devouring drill
2 orange aura drill
1 orange burning aura drill
1 orange empowered drill
1 orange captivity drill
1 orange possession drill

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2nd Joey DiCarlo

Goten 1 -4
orange retribution mastery

1 time is a warriors tool
1 Gohan, the great saiyaman
1 earth dragon ball 7
1 orange distracting drill
1 orange disaster drill
1 orange bottle drill
1 orange crying drill
1 orange restructuring drill
1 orange possession drill
1 orange steady drill
1 orange joint restraint drill
1 orange burning aura drill
1 orange checkup drill
3 orange bicycle kick
3 orange spine kick
3 orange juke
3 goten’s defensive stance
3 goten’s rock throw
2 orange launcher
3 orange refocus
3 orange meditation
3 orange collision
2 orange stare down
3 confrontation
2 orange extension
3 orange flee
3 orange uppercut
2 heroic dashing punch
2 heroic energy sphere
2 devastating blow
2 visiting the past

3rd Alex Stewart

garlic jr 1-4

orange retribution mastery

1-7 namekian dragon ball
3 orange rage
3 orange left burst
3 orange charged kick
3 orange eruption
3 orange fierce attack
3 garlic jr’s counter blast
3 enraged blast
3 point blank volley
1 dragon radar
2 orange crying drill
1 orange possession drill
2 visiting the past
1 time is a warriors tool
1 orange captivity drill
1 orange burning aura drill
3 orange juke
3 orange redirection
3 orange refocus
2 blinding energy move
2 sagacious strike
2 orange investigation drill
1 orange examination drill
1 orange checkup drill
3 orange encouragement

4th Cody Steenmeijer

broly 1-4

saiyan dynamic mastery

2 saiyan domination
2 saiyan fierce strike
2 brolys eraser cannon
3 saiyan severing punch
2 saiyan crunch
3 brolly’s face crusher
3 saiyan grab
3 saiyan energy deflection
3 saiyan spin kick
3 saiyan lft kick
3 saiyan sword strike
2 saiyan parry
2 saiyan back breaker
3 saiyan arm catch
2 saiyan crouch
3 saiyan outrage
2 saiyan elbow drop
1 time is a warriors tool
2 devastating blow
1 wall breaker
2 i’ll dig your grave
1 saiyan strength test
1 saiyan tracking blast
1 saiyan rescue
3 saiyan legendary strike
2 shoulder slam
3 unleashed

5th John Holm

broly 1-4

saiyan oppressive mastery

2 saiyan elbow drop
2 saiyan outrage
2 saiyan back breaker
1 saiyan rescue
1 saiyan tracking blast
3 saiyan grab
2 saiyan enraged
1 saiyan sword skill
2 saiyan smack
3 saiyan legendary strike
2 saiyan body blow
3 saiyan gut kick
3 saiyan chest blast
3 saiyan energy release
2 saiyan shattering blow
3 saiyan reverse catch
3 broly’s face crusher
2 broly’s eraser cannon
2 blinding energy move
3 i’ll dig your grave
1 time is a warriors tool
3 wall breaker
3 suppressive strike
2 tree of might
2 stare down
3 unleashed
1 earth dragonball 7

As Joey is a member of the FanZ team he cannot qualify for power level in our OP season. Due to this the final finishing order of the tournament for the purpose of Power level and TOP qualification would be as follows: 1st Tyler, 2nd Alex, 3rd Cody, and 4th John. We are happy to invite Tyler to the tournament of power and great full to everyone for competing in another Kai event this season!  Thanks again everyone and keep your eyes on the blog for more updates and information on the end of season Tournament of Power.

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West Kai top 4 deck lists

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1st place Hector Miguel Gonzalez
Vegeta awakening 1-4
Saiyan Oppressive Mastery

1 time is a warrior’s tool
2 confrontation
1 heroic energy sphere
3 unleashed
1 saiyan strength test
1 earth dragon ball 7
3 saiyan pre game
1 saiyan enraged
3 saiyan inspection drill
3 saiyan reverse catch
3 saiyan gut kick
3 saiyan spin kick
3 saiyan arm catch
2 saiyan shattering blow
2 vicious strike
1 I’ll dig your grave
2 heroic dashing punch
3 saiyan chest blast
1 saiyan tracking beam
2 saiyan energy outburst
3 saiyan burst
3 saiyan energy release
2 saiyan crouch
2 blinding energy move
3 assisted kamehameha
3 vegeta’s final flash
3 vegeta’s gallick gun

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2nd place Jeff Sosa
Future Gohan 1-4
Namekian Knowledge Mastery

3 gohan’s backlash
3 gohan’s power punch
3 devastating blow
3 namekian right kick
3 namekian maximum will
3 namekian right throw
2 namekian clash
2 suppressive strike
2 namekian resourceful shot
3 unleashed
1 tree of might
1 namekian back smash
2 namekian whack
1 time is a warrior’s tool
2 visiting the past
1 heroic energy sphere
1 namekian wish
1 namekian dragon clan
1 dragon radar
3 namekian buffer
3 namekian knee block
3 namekian hybrid defense
3 namekian clamp
2 namekian protective posture
1 namekian energy guard
7 namekian dragon balls

 

3rd. Oscar L
Gohan adept, unlocked, unassuming, undeniable
Namekian Enlightened mastery

Namek Ball 1-6
3 Android Armbreaker
3 Devastating Blow
2 Gohan’s Backlash
3 Gohan’s Power Punch
3 I’ll Dig Your Grave
3 Namekian Backhand
3 Namekian Leaping Kick
3 Namekian Right Kick
3 Namekian Side Kick
3 Namekian Wrist strike
2 Shoulder slam
3 Wall Breaker
3 Namekian Clamp
3 Namekian Knee Block
3 Namekian Buffer
3 Heroic Energy Sphere
3 Namekian Hybrid Defense
1 Time is a Warrior’s tool
2 Confrontation
2 Overwhelming Power

 

4th Paul
Goku 1-4 awakening
Red Amplified Mastery

1 red despair drill
1 red examination drill
1 red saving drill
1 red tactical drill
1 red forward stance drill
1 red embarrassing drill
1 red controlled anger drill
2 visiting the past
2 red relaxation
1 time is a warriors tool
2 confrontation
2 red retreat
3 red stop
3 red mule kick
3 red double strike
2 red slide
2 red pound
2 red right punch
2 devastating blow
1 red counter kick
3 red duck
3 red blocking hand
3 red freezing beam
2 red combined blast
2 red tandem blast
2 red static shot
2 red cannon
2 red energy blast
1 red controlled blast
3 red flee
3 red brace

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Thanks again to everyone for attending this seasons West Kai circuit event and a big congratulations to everyone who earned power level. We here at FanZ are happy to welcome Hector G. to the tournament of power! Look for more information on the Kai events as well as the tournament of power here on the blog in the soon future. Thank you all for playing!

Tyler Steenmeijer Supreme Kai Champion Tournament Report

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Supreme Kai Tournament Report

This is my first tournament report, so be gentle. Also, you can see my disclaimer below but my memory is garbage so don’t expect every detail to be in here.

My brother and I left Newnan, GA about 3 hours or so before the tournament was supposed to start since it was about a two and a half hour drive to get to Birmingham, AL for us. The whole way we discussed some simply strategy and fully expected to get our asses handed to us all day since we don’t really have a lot of opportunities to playtest with anyone else ever since Panini dropped the game. None of our locals picked up FanZ to our dismay.

We’d be playing the same decks we’d been playing since they were available to us, Adaptive Yamcha for me and Dynamic Broly for him. I considered bringing my Retribution Drawku deck but I was afraid of going up against any Michievous and / or Android 17 decks (which I ended up not seeing at all) so I went with Adaptive Yamcha, which is honestly the deck I’m most comfortable with anyway.

So anyway, we get to the venue about a half hour before it opens and I was kind of surprised at how many people showed up. There were only 14 so I don’t know why that surprised me, but I was glad we got a decent showing for the tournament. When the store opens, I have to do some last minute switches in my deck, especially with set 10. We had just printed out the paper proxies earlier that morning. I ended up making some cuts to put in a couple Orange Separating Shots and a couple Energy Tosses. I think the last switch I made was for Yamcha, Suited Up – the new level 1 – as I was expecting more energy attacks than physical and his higher power levels actually helped quite a bit during the day.

After we fill out our deck lists, I double and triple checked my list to be sure since I was messing with a lot of cards last minute, but finally bring it to the counter and register.

As far as our combined memories served us, Cody and I remembered 10 of the 14 MP / Mastery combinations. Apart from my Orange Adaptive Yamcha and his Saiyan Dynamic Broly there were:

Orange Retribution Goten

Orange Retribution Yamcha

Orange Retribution Garlic Jr.

Saiyan Oppressive Cell

Saiyan Oppressive Broly

Blue Tag Team Drawku

Blue Resolute Krillin

Namekian Radiant Gohan

I believe there was also a Black Supreme Kai and a Namekian Piccolo but I don’t know exactly which masteries they were using.

When Round 1 Pairings go up, I was excited and nervous to see I was playing Joey DiCarlo first. I know he’s one of the guys developing FanZ and he topped JingleBellZ just a couple months ago with the same deck he was using today, Orange Retribution Goten. I was able to keep him on Level 1 for most of the game, I believe, which I was surprised at because Retribution is a leveling machine. He hit me for 10+

stages several times throughout our match but I was fortunate enough to flip over Yamcha’s Rescue a couple times when I needed it most and escape combat. It was a super close game and the last combat I entered with Blinding Energy Move in my hand. I think he had 2 or 3 cards left in life deck after he drew for combat, so after thinking for perhaps longer than I should have, I used BEM. I think he tried to Orange Juke and rejuvenate a drill to keep him alive for one last combat but there were no drills left in the discard pile so I won round 1 by the skin of my teeth.

W 1-0

Round 2

I was matched up against a Retribution Garlic Jr. I remember his first name was Alex, but I don’t think I got his last name. If I did and I just forgot, sorry!

I hadn’t played against Garlic in a hot minute, so I was a little rusty on his abilities but they aren’t complex and I mainly worried about the MPPV victory. Game starts and I think I entered on him first combat. I couldn’t say what was in my hand but I think I won that combat by just a little bit. He was worried about me angering up, as he kept asking what my anger was. At some point during the game, I played Unleashed and I think that surprised him. I forget most of the rest of the match, but I remember looking over at one point late game and he’d amassed five Dragon Balls, which worried me due to past experiences that I don’t want to talk about…

I think Yamcha’s Spirit Ball kept him low on anger and finished him off the combat after I noticed the amount of Dragon Balls on his field.

W 2-0

Round 3

My next match was against the new Krillin stack under Blue Resolute Mastery, piloted by Solomon. Again, don’t know last name but I’d played him before a couple years back at the Alabama ARG State Championship. I was using Adaptive Yamcha and he was using (I believe) Protective Android 17. This was my first experience with Krillin’s Kamehameha. All I can say is that card is amazing against Orange Adaptive. Fortunately it wasn’t enough to keep me down, as I think I leveled up so all my energies were costing 1 less to throw. The final combat he entered on me and I believe I had Unleashed in hand but I drew into 2 energy attacks and Time is a Warrior’s Tool. He knew right then that he’d lost the game (since he could see my hand because Blue Mental Drill) and we GG’d and cleaned up.

W 3-0

Before Round 4 began, I asked to see how many rounds we were playing because I was pretty sure that if we were only playing 4 or 5 that I would at least get a playmat, which is what I was aiming for coming into this tournament. I was informed that we’d be playing 4 rounds with a cut to top 4.

Round 4

Oh boy. Pairings go up and I’m matched up against my brother and his Dynamic Broly. Obviously we’d played many times and it’s just a coin flip on who wins these matches. I don’t remember a whole lot about the game other than he got a few good combats and beat me down pretty well. I ended combat and Orange Meditation’d him once but it wasn’t enough to stop Broly from doing Broly things, especially banishing all my good levels due to him starting on level 2…

L 3-1

I finish watching the match next to me, still in pretty good spirits about my 3-1 record. I think the match next to me was Ret. Goten against Ret. Garlic. Goten wound up coming out on top and so the top 8 were announced. We took pictures of top 8 and 5-8 got their prizes and hung out. The 9th place person actually got a playmat and promos(?) since Joey was in top 4 and his prizes were grandfathered down. I noted that the rest of the top 3 were all opponents I’d played against earlier: Dynamic Broly, Retribution Goten and Retribution Garlic Jr.

I’ll be honest, I was nervous as hell about deck checks. Even though I’d triple checked my deck against the list, I remember fiddling with a lot of cards and I noticed I was running 3 Orange Devouring Drills and I thought I had taken one out for something so I was about to get super bummed if I got a DQ. Fortunately, John (the other judge / TO) came over and said my deck was good to go, which was a huge relief as you could imagine, especially after the multiple DQs at other events lately.

Top 4

My first match in top cut was against the Garlic Jr. deck. This game was more frustrating for me because he entered on my first turn and I drew at least one dead card and he angered up pretty much at will. I think I did make level 2 at some point myself but I was still nervous and kind of bummed because I had to keep passing while he seemed like he had a dozen actions. At some point I say to myself that I just need to let him hit level 4 to get the +3 buff to my attacks, which was probably going to happen whether I wanted it to or not. One of the final combats, I played Orange Sweeping Blast and rejuvenated a drill which he later told me killed his turn because he was holding 6 anger in his hand but it was all non-styled. I think the final combat came down to a flurry of energy attacks along with me getting another Sweeping Blast from the discard pile with Yamcha level 2.

W 4-1

After our match was over – which is was in a hurry – we watched my brother play against Joey. Holy crap that was such a close game. I had kept looking over throughout my match just to see who was winning and both life decks remained almost tied in card count. When it finally came down to the last few combats, Cody finally hit level 4 Broly and hit Goten with an attack that ended up being 11(?) stages converted to life cards, no endurance and banished due to Broly 4. I thought he may have wrapped the game up right there but Joey, being the player he is, rejuvenated and shuffled in enough to barely inch out a victory over Cody. I wasn’t even in that game and it was the hardest my heart had beat all day.

So the final was set: Orange Retribution Goten vs Orange Adaptive Yamcha. Before we shuffle we both agree to just split the winner’s purse 50-50 and agreed to a one game final. I think I was basically guaranteed 1st place winnings as far as the mat and the create a card go but I still wanted to be the true #1 so as to not tarnish my “Champion” playmat lol

My biggest memory about this game was Joey Sphering my Unleashed, which he said he’d been sitting on for a bit because he remembered Unleashed from our first game. I can’t say it was super unexpected. I hate that I don’t have more details on this match, but we traded blows back and forth, but Yamcha was able to prevail with a flurry of energy attacks.

I was somewhat in disbelief that I’d won a Kai event. I’d been in top cut in a few other events, but I always got booted first round. Last time was against Black Roshi in Tennessee (I had no clue what to do against that deck until it was too late). I was excited about the day’s haul, coming away with 2 Hi-Tech FanZ foil stacks, a foil Android 18 FanZ level 2 Hi-Tech, 3 I’ll Dig Your Grave Awesome Sauce Promo foils and 2 Time is a Warrior’s Tool Awesome Sauce Promo foils. Looking at my deck now and seeing how it played throughout the day, there’s a few changed I’d make, but I think the deck is almost optimized for my playstyle.

If anyone is interested in the deck list or asking me questions about it after Joey posts it on the Dead Zone blog, feel free to PM me.

Now it’s on to figuring out what to play in the Tournament of Power.

DISCLAIMER: If any of the details I mentioned in this report are inaccurate, please don’t hesitate to speak up. The day was a blur for me and I only really remember the bigger moments.

Kai Championship Series 1!

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We are happy to release the player created cards from Kai Championship Series 1 as well as a few highly demanded ones from our player base as well that just didn’t fit in our normal release schedule.  These cards will become legal for organized play on 2/26/2018. There will also be a tab with the cards listed and a pdf very soon. So without further ado, we once again congratulate all of our season 1 Kai Champions  and that all of our future champions for attending the Kai event series and helping make our game great! So here are the cards!

We hope everyone loves this first ever OP mini set and make sure to pay attention to the blog for updates, deck lists, and results from the community, Dragon Prix, and Kai events this organized play season!

 

North Kai Announcement and Jingle BellZ top 4

First off, North Kai is moving to March 10th, 2018. The blog announcement has been updated and we are sorry for any inconvenience caused by this change. Look for a post with links for every kai event soon on the blog.

The following are the top 4 decks from the JingleBellZ at Showcase comics in Louisiana

1st Joey DiCarlo

Goten 1 -4
orange retribution mastery

time is a warriors tool x1
Gohan, the great saiyaman x1
earth dragon ball 7 x1
orange distracting drill x1
orange disaster drill x1
orange bottle drill x1
orange crying drill x1
orange restructuring drill x1
orange possession drill x1
orange steady drill x1
orange joint restraint drill x1
orange burning aura drill x1
orange checkup drill x1
orange bicycle kick x3
orange spine kick x3
orange juke x3
goten’s defensive stance x3
goten’s rock throw x3
orange launcher x2
orange refocus x3
orange meditation x3
orange collision x3
orange stare down x2
confrontation x3
orange extension x2
orange flee x3
orange uppercut x3
heroic dashing punch x2
heroic energy sphere x2
devastating blow x2
visiting the past x2

 

2nd Solomon Mcgeehan

krillin 1-3 (s10) krilin 4 (s1)
blue resolute mastery

blue dominance x3
blue charging drill x1
blue recuperating drill x1
blue lifting drill x1
visiting the past x2
earth dragonball 7 x1
blue blockade x2
blue head knock x3
blue arm blast x3
blue mental drill x1
blue positioning drill x1
blinding energy move x2
pesky barrage x3
bulma, genius x1
yamcha, action ready x1
android 18, wife x1
energy toss x3
time is a warriors tool x1
krillin’s destructo disk x3
krillin’s kamehameha x3
confrontation x2
playful punch x3
overpowering attack x3
blue narrow escape x1
blue leverage x3
blue shifting manuever x3
blue guard x2
blue ki build up x3
blue neck beam x 3

 

3rd Brad Ictech

cell 1-4 (s7)
saiyan oppressive mastery

saiyan shattering blow x2
saiyan peace x2
cell jr unrelenting x1
cell jr trapped x1
king vegeta, saiyan king x1
turles, fighter x1
nappa,space traveler x1
earth dragonball 7 x1
tree of might x1
unleashed x2
time is a warriors tool x 1
saiyan outrage x3
cell’s draining attack x2
saiyan energy outburst x3
saiyan tantrum x3
saiyan burst x3
saiyan chest blast x3
blinding energy move x2
saiyan severing punch x2
saiyan crouch x2
saiyan club x2
saiyan reverse catch x3
saiyan parry x3
saiyan elbow drop x3
saiyan left kick x3
saiyan grab x3
saiyan gut kick x3
saiyan stomach thrust x 3

 

4th Destin Tuleya

goku 1-4 (s7)
orange retribution mastery

orange eruption x3
time is a warriors tool x1
confrontation x3
goku’s search x2
visiting the past x2
assisted kamehameha x2
orange encouragement x3
orange disaster drill x1
orange left burst x3
orange stare down x3
orange dismissal x2
orange refocus x2
orange energy catch x2
orange juke x3
orange defense x1
orange burning aura drill x1
orange possession drill x1
orange steady drill x1
orange rage x 3
orange fierce attack x3
orange charged kick x3
orange collision x3
heroic dashing punch x2
orange swerve x2
orange checkup drill x1
orange crying drill x1
orange meditation x2
orange investigation drill x1
orange captivity drill x1
orange aggression x 2

 

Jingle BellZ along with the Dennis Bowl event are the  1st community run Power Level events. The Power Level breakdown for this event was as follows 1st(400) 2nd(150) 3rd/4th(50). As Joey is part of the design team, he cannot gain Power Level from this event this means that he is not counted for the assignment of Power Level so 1st would pass to 2nd place, 4th would pass to 5th place, etc.

The Power Level gained from this event is as follows!

1st place Solomon Mcgeehan, blue resolute krillin (400)

2nd place Brad Ictech, saiyan oppressive cell (150)

3rd place Destin Tuleya, orange retribution goku (50)

4th place Mark Vicedomini, red ruthless broly (50)

 

Thanks again everyone and look for the top 4 lists from the Dennis games, a power level tracker tab, and more blog posts and announcements soon!

 

Organized Play Season 2!!

We are happy to introduce to everyone our second OP season! Throughout the course of the season there will be many community events as well as official fanZ OP events which will help grant Z-Warriors Power Level, Power level will of course help players enter into the tournament of power at the end of the season!

So without further delay, here are our event titles, locations, and power level distribution.

*Dragon Prix -Wild Card Qualifiers*

Over the course of the season there will be (2) Wild Card Qualifiers . One to  start of the season and one to end the season. These events award Power Level as well as awarding it’s champion automatic entry into the end of the year Tournament of Power.

The Power Level distribution for Dragon Prix- Wild Card Qualifiers is as follows.

1st: 2,000 Power Level and invite to the Tournament of Power

2nd: 1,000 Power Level

3rd/4th: 500 Power Level

The locations and dates for these events are as follows

  1. Mindsight Gaming            Jan 27th
    2212 60th street
    Kenosha, WI 53140
  2. Eternal Games                   June 9th
    (586) 684-4263 | Store                                                                                                                  Warren, Michigan

*Kai Championships* (note: dates subject to change)

Over the course of the season there will be (6) Kai Championships. These events award Power Level, an invite to the T.O.P for the winner, as well as giving the winner the ability to design and develop a card for a future release!

The Power Level and Prize Distribution for Kai Championships

1st: 9,001 Power Level , invite to the Tournament of Power, ability to create a card of assigned style.

2nd: 2,500 Power Level

3rd/4th: 1,000 Power Level

5th/8th: 500 Power Level

The Kai Championships assigned styles, dates, and locations are as follows!

*West Kai * Namekian Style : Forgotten Path Games in Vacaville CA , Call (707) 474-9834, Feb 10th

*Supreme Kai* Black style:  Card addicts 2015 Valleydale Rd, Suite 8, Birmingham, Alabama 35244, (205) 443-8060,  Feb 24th

*South Kai* Blue style: Showcase comics, 1071 Robert Rd Suite 12, Slidell, Louisiana , 70458, Call (985) 214-9100  ,  March 24th

*North Kai* Red style: Xtreme Games, Antioch, Illinois, Call (224) 788-9100, March 10th

*East Kai* Saiyan style: The comic book store, 30 N. Main Street, Glassboro NJ 08028, 856-442-0402 , April 28th

*Grand Kai* Orange style: Chaos Games and More, 521 Chinook Ln Pueblo, CO 81001 , 719-542-1237   May 26th

Lastly ….

*The Tournament of Power*

The Tournament of Power is going to be an online tournament consisting of the top 16 players from this Organized Play season. These 16 players will consist of the 6 Kai winners, the 2 Wild card winners from the Dragon Prix events, and lastly the 8 players from the season with the highest Power Levels! Look for more info in the future and this event will take place after the season….date tba

 

Q and A

q) I’ve already won a kai event and have just won my second kai event. what happens?

a) You still gain the 9001 power level from the 1st place finish in the 2nd kai event. However, the 2nd T.O.P invite and 2nd create a card grandfathers down to 2nd place and so on.

q) Can fanZ development staff qualify for the T.O.P.

a) No. FanZ development staff can play in OP however they do not qualify for power level, card creation, or T.O.P invites. If they place high these prizes would grandfather down.

q) How do we track power level?

a) We will be tracking power level here on the blog. Look for a OP season Tab soon that will include a “leader board”, qualified players, and event pages.

 

We hope this announcement has y’all pumped as much as we are! The team can’t wait to see, meet, and get some games in with all of you soon!

 

 

 

Saying Goodbye to (20)17

2017 is coming to a close, and it’s been an exciting year for FanZ!  As Bandai’s Dragon Ball Super Trading Card game takes off, it’s wonderful to see such a dedicated group of die-hard fans keeping this game rolling along.  FanZ has seen 3 sets, new MP’s, new mechanics, and finally – new Masteries.

You’ll find an updated PDF along with some refreshed image files on the Revelation Checklist.  In addition, MP’s and Allies from Celestial Tournament & Legends have been updated to reflect their appropriate Traits.

We wish you all Happy Holidays & a wonderful ’18!