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2-16-2009 @ 2:38PM
Hells no! Last time i tried to go to one of these events i traveled to Austin with a group of friends (only two of us were going to play). We had the best cards at the time and were ready to kick butt. The night before the tournament we stayed at a friends apartment and i decided to leave our cards and my psp and our GPS in my car, it was a gated community, what could happen? Well the next morning we wake up to find that my car (among many) had been broken in too. They stole all our cards and stuff, even ate my warhead candies i had in the car and left the wrappers all over the seats. Except for so reason the left behind a little card box full of my alliance cards that i dont play with, FOR THE HORDE, plus there was 65 bucks in that box they missed. So i dont play that game no more!! We spent the money we were gonna spend on the game on repairing my car :(
2-16-2009 @ 2:40PM
Your fault for being a complete retard and leaving expensive items in a car, in a neighborhood you knew nothing about.
2-16-2009 @ 2:41PM
btw, i took up drinking that weekend, true story.
2-16-2009 @ 3:10PM
You do know the Spectral Safari event from last year was a sealed deck event, right? You wouldnt have been able to play with your constructed decks for that tournament anyways - LOL.
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