Sorcery News (March 8th)

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This week brings some Spicy themed decks, commentary on the meta-warping SorceryCon constructed finals, and more upcoming Sorcery: Contested Realm events.

Big Weekend for Sorery Gameplay in West Virginia

Louie DeGeoge from KtichenTableTCG kicks off the weekend with a free 48-person Courtesan Cup Qualifier this Saturday at Game Grove in Hurricane, West Virginia.

Our very own Jesse Muelman-Marshall catches up with YouTube Sorcery sensation and Game Grove owner Louie DeGeorge to talk about what people can expect from this Sorcery Tournament experience.

Be sure to tune in this Saturday to watch live coverage of the event!

Weapon of Choice: Desert-Themed Narrative Decks

At its core, Sorcery: Contested Realm is about storytelling, unraveling the mysteries of the Realm, and creating memorable tales through your adventure and battles with friends. We catch up with Senior Game Designer Mike Haught shares his thematic decks for narrative play in Sorcery: Contested Realm inspired by a popular recent theatrical release!

Find out how to Unleash Desert Power here.

Watch the SorceryCon 2024 Constructed Finals

Gilbert Mederios takes his Sorcerer Fire/Earth deck against Kyle’s Avatar of Air in the Sorcery TCG Constructed finals at SorceryCon 2024 courtesy of Team Covenant!

Sorcery in Belgium!

Aquila Gaming Store looks to build off of its momentum from a successful February event with an upcoming Draft event on March 24th. Find out more about the Benelux Sorcery scene here.

"Hook, Line, and Sinker'

Last last week’s “Name This Combo” yielded many noteworthy submissions for a title for the Pudge Butcher and Giant Shark card combination including: “Hook, Line, and Sinker,” from Erik V., “Shark Meat” from Ben P, and (apologies in advance) “Pudgy Shark, doo doo doo doo doodoo” from Aaron S.

What makes this combo so effective? Imagine your Avatar being pulled through three sites in a body of water with a Giant Shark. That's three fights with a Shark before even getting to the Pudge Butcher and taking its damage!

"Hook, Line, and Sinker" indeed! What would YOU call this combo?

Be prepared for next week’s combo spotlight!

Ask Arthouse!

Tune in to ask Sorcery Uberfan Mike Servati your questions about Sorcery, his Collector Arthouse channel, and even test his comprehensive knowledge about the project's history and art! Mike has been a Day One supporter, so we look forward to another great livestream from him!

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