Top 8 decks from the EUWCQ

The EUWCQ was last weekend. It was pretty quiet compared to the NAWCQ. There were 1386 players with a cut to top 64. Half as many players as the NAWCQ, but the same top cut. Top cut really should be reserved for those who proved themselves in the swiss rounds. I’d be okay with top 16, but I really just want top 8, so we’re going to look at the top 8 deck lists from the 2016 EUWCQ. Remember that Lightning isn’t legal, so let’s-a-go. Continue reading “Top 8 decks from the EUWCQ”