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The Americas Region HCT Spring Playoffs will take place over the weekend of 27-28 May 2017.
The HCT Spring playoffs for the Europe region was completed last weekend, with Hoej, Kolento, Neirea, and Rdu qualifying for the Global Championship next month.
This weekend is the turn of the Americas region, and the reaction last week is that many players have submitted very greedy control decks in their lists. The players who have submitted the greediest lists will be well placed in the control mirror matches, but those same players will need to dodge the handful of Aggro lineups that are out there.
To find out if your favourite player has qualified, you can check the standings here. The top 64 and ties made it to the main event, along with 8 Tavern Heroes. The event can be seen on the official Twitch channel from 8am PDT on Day One and 9am PDT on Day Two.
NA - Zul'jin - Horde - <Consider This> 10/10N 10/10 H
Consider This, you don't want to stop raiding but you don't want to be so hardcore of a player. That is exactly what this recently reformed guild is for! We are looking to rebuild our guild with like-minded individuals that don't take themselves too seriously. Many of the members of this guild are people who have raided before and looking to get back into it. We are looking to be a big friendly group that enjoys each others company. Our core members have been together since Legion launched and looking for newcomers so we can be ready to get AotC and ToS when it comes out.
We Raid on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30pm PST to 11:00pm PST
What we need:
DPS: Rogues, Paladins, Mage, Hunters, and Priests.
We are NOT looking for perfectionism (occasional death is not the end of the world). We are also perfectly fine teaching people mechanics to new and old members. Switching realms is NOT required although appreciated. There is no trial or second team. Tuesday is our full clear of normal to gear people up and Thursday is where we try to progress in H NH.
If anyone is interested please message me iotFlow#1742 or Septeract#1294 on battlenet or respond to this forum. Thank you for your time.
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Autumn Mist is a raiding social guild looking for players like you.
We are mostly searching to increase our DPS raid team so we can advance further through Mythic Nighthold and then onto ToS.
We are a very active guild with events on most days:
All starting at 8pm Server time other then the whole day events.
Wed: TOV HC
Thurs: Nighthold HC
Fri: Mythic + night
Sat: Nighthold N
Sun: Gear up sunday + Nighthold HC
Mon: Emerald Nightmare HC
Tues: Transmog Tuesday
As we establish ourselves people are welcome to come and go to any of the events with no pressure to attend all, With raiders gaining the benefit and support of the guild bank to maintain and keep us going throughout the raid.
Social or normal members will be able to join on any of the farm raids, alts also welcome. All requirements for the raids are posted in the calendar (ilvl+dps).
Feel free to apply via the website, or add me on bnet if you want a chat, Nobbykinz#2994 all questions welcome.
The Europe Spring Playoffs and Championship took place over the weekend of May 20-21, which decided not only the new Europe Champion, but also the four players who would represent Europe at the Global Spring Championship in Shanghai next month.
After seven rounds of Swiss, the top eight players cut to a knockout phase. The results of which were as follows:
Hoej beat FibEli3
Neirea beat INER
Rdu beat Casie
Kolento beat StanCifka
This means that Hoej, Neirea, Rdu, and Kolento will represent Europe in the Global Championship. The top eight being so strong is a sign that the metagame is in a healthy place. All of the players were already known to be among the best in Europe, and despite their lineups differing substantially, they were still able to make it through.
Hoej went on to take the title, beating Kolento 3-0 in the final. Hoej has been touted as one of the best players in Europe for some time, but traditionally has brought Control decks to major events. This time around, he brought a very aggressive lineup, and was rewarded for his willingness to adapt his style to the meta.
The deck archetypes that each player brought to the event are listed below:
Hoej: Aggro Druid, Secret Mage, Murloc Paladin, Pirate Warrior
Kolento: Jade Druid, Midrange Paladin, Quest Rogue, Quest Warrior
Neirea: Jade Druid, Discover Mage, Quest Rogue, Quest Warrior
Rdu: Aggro Druid, Face Hunter, Aggro Shaman, Pirate Warrior
The next four players to qualify for the Global Championship will be decided next week, with the Americas Spring Championships.