The Prototype Toronto League returns to our screens with the Season 10 playoffs.
Eric’s list is pure joust – a tight pack of Azitucks backed by the new Sheathipede shuttle. Mike’s list tries to take advatage to piling stress on a ship and paying off with the less common YT-2400 pilot Eaden Vrill.
The final match of the weekend is a contest between a dominating archetype – Nym/Miranda, and what’s being lauded as its counter, multiple Star Wings with an imperial Ace (Quickdraw in this case). Imperials have seen a resurgence with the release of the latest waves – Has Ryan made the right meta call with his list? Or is the power of Nym/Miranda simply too much in Justin’s hands?
The Ontario X-Wing community has many thriving groups centered around the many towns and cities in this province. In this semifinal, we have Justin from Sudbury, Ontario, playing for a chance to bring the Regional trophy home against Torontonian Peter. Both players are flying Nym in their lists, but one is a Rebel and one is Scum.
From a field of 88 players, we get to the championship cut. You can watch the previous swiss rounds on our VTTV Live youtube channel, but for now we start with the Quarterfinal match between two Imperial lists, both featuring ships from the latest wave – the Alpha-Class Star Wing, and Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer.
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Unfortunately Round 2 was lost due to technical issues but we will be releasing these videos on our channel 1/day. Canadian Nationals Registration is also live at http://ffgnationals.breakoutcon.com/ for those of you interested!
Former league Boss Aaron P has made it to the semifinal round alongside his opponent Raf B who makes his first appearance to the PTL post-season. Adhering to the PTL’s rules of not repeating any unique pilots throughout any of their games in a single season, Raf has ‘saved’ his Miranda and Dash for this semifinal. Aaron has assigned his ‘fairship’ Rebel team of Lowhrick, Jess, Rex and Roark to push him to the finals.
From over 100 players to just two – Canadian Bohan seeks to keep the title in the North against American challenger Nathaniel Moore. Special guest commentator for this match is Travis from the Carolina Krayts!