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October 20, 2018 @ 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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An event every day that begins at 12:00 PM, repeating until October 21, 2018


Redcap’s Corner is proud to host Thronestoberfest this year, in conjunction with the Northeast Championship Tour, which will bring Ryan Jones’s “W.A.R” team format to the east coast for the first time! In W.A.R, eight community personalities selected to be “Regents/Kings/Queens” will draft a faction and team of players from among those registered. Teams will then collaborate on deck-building, and ultimately play against each of the other teams in a round robin on day one of the event. Because of this, it’s absolutely crucial that all players register here by August 31st, remitting payment either through this page or in-store the day-of. The team draft will take place here on Saturday, September 8th at 8:00 PM EST. Day two of the event will consist of the final elimination rounds for top-ranked players from day one, and ultimately decide which team wins the championship, but will also include a melee championship side event for anyone else who wants to stick around, including Thronestoberfest-themed title cards for prizes. All players compete in the same event, and each player must bring a deck constructed using the Game of Thrones Deck Building Rules. This event will be run at the Formal tier, but players are not required to provide deck lists. Any cards from the second edition Core Set, or any chapter pack or deluxe expansion released at least two weeks before the date of the event, are legal for play.


Redcap’s Corner
3850 Lancaster Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104 United States
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(215) 387-4040


Roy Rogers


W.A.R Joust Constructed Tournament
Early Opening Time
11:00 AM
Prize Support
The winning team and player get unique prizes TBA and each player gets a Thronestoberfest-themed house card and a limited edition "A Noble Cause" themed around a Game of Thrones-inflected version of John Trumbull's classic painting "Declaration of Independence".
Seven 55-minute Swiss rounds on day one, cutting to top rounds based on attendance on day two

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