I’m often asked what staple figures does someone need in their collection for Modern. While a lot of solid figures and staples for competitive play are money pieces like Chases and Primes, there are still a ton of budget-friendly figures that are 100% must-haves.
Last year, I talked about the top teams of the ROC World Cup, so I figured I would continue the tradition and talk about the top two teams of this years’ cup. If you didn’t have time to check out the stream, this should help!
A couple weeks ago, I talked about how WizKids had updated their Watch List with some new pieces after World’s and the insane amount of repetition that the teams had. We finally have answers on what the fate of these pieces are, and I want to talk about them and how this will impact the Meta.
This past week featured the 2017 Heroclix Nationals and Worlds at Origins in Columbus Ohio, and we have a new champion that has been crowned for both events. Today I’d like to talk about their teams in-depth.
Every year, WizKids rotates out a decent chunk of clix usually around 2 years old to keep the game fresh and limit what can be played competitively. What does this mean? What’s rotating? What big pieces do we lose?
The beginning of April saw the largest ROC event of the season in Costa Mesa, CA as multiple pro players descended on E Sports Arena to duke it out for the title. Today I’ll be discussing the top 8 teams.
What happens when a character dominates the competition, and you constantly ask yourself “how do I beat him without playing him”? I want to talk about the king of the kingdom in both limited and modern, Mr. Jakeem Thunder, and what you can expect when facing him.
The ROC is under way and today I’m talking about the top 8 teams to win in Chehalis, Washington! It’s time to start planning for limited and see how the game is shifting. Continue reading “Meta Talk: ROC Limited Wrap-Up Majestix Open Series”
If you’ve been following along with Clix Fix, you probably know that I attended my first WizKids Open (main event) on Saturday the 4th. It’s time to talk about my team, the people I played against, and the results. Continue reading “My First WizKids Open – Results and Musings”