should include the header
at the TOP of your report found in the example mentioned
above, which includes: Deck Name, Your Name,
City and State of tournament. Also include the Date
of the tournament in your header, and it's great if you include the
# of people that participated. This gives your report some respect.
Be honest. Tourneys at friends houses do not count as a
large-scale tourney, as the world at large is usually not invited.
all 60 cards in your deck and tell us the tournament results.
We've said this many a time ... even if your deck does bad .. write
a detailed report if you want, everyone will still learn from it,
and may recommend good changes for you. Try to tell us
the types of decks you faced each round. Simply saying, "I
won" each round, or even worse, saying things like "my deck just
dominated all day" instead of giving details is a sure way for your
report to NOT get posted.
deck name & your name
should be listed in the subject line of your email.
Did you use someone else's deck previously listed in Killer Decks in
the tourney? If so, tell us who's deck it was. How did
it do? We will post your results right under that existing
your name & e-mail address at the bottom of your report, so
other readers can contact you. We will not post your
deck if you do not include your email address. Let people
contact you directly.
tournament you played in allowed Japanese cards not printed in
English, you must provide a translation for the card in your
Do not use
all capital letters in your report. Yes, I know sometimes
you need to put a word, or even an entire sentence in all caps to
signify it being important, but if you entire deck listing or entire
report is all caps, it will be discarded.
Reports that do
not meet the above Requirements are simply deleted. We
apologize if we hurt your feelings, but with the quantity of email
we get, we had to set some very high standards to keep our site top
We have always been
thankful for each and every submittal we have received!!