Spring 2015 Kotei Season – Week 5 Report

The time has arrived! We have witnessed the official end of Ivory Edition in sanctioned tournament play. The Ivory Kotei have been interesting. We first saw the high powered remnants of Emperor Edition wreaking havoc on the Ivory environment, then later a somewhat more balanced environment as Strict became the …

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Communication in the Kotei Season

Welcome back, Before I get into the bulk of today’s article I’d like to remind you I’m still looking for your opinions about Twenty Festivals draft before it goes on sale at Stronghold stores. If you have anything you’d like to share please email me at sukuneATgmailDOTcom. Thank you. Today’s …

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Knoxville Spring Kotei 2015 Report – 9th Place

First Day of the Month of the Hare – Kotei Week: I had to miss the Atlanta Kotei due to the massive amount of ice that hit the Middle Tennessee area two weeks ago and I wasn’t about to miss the Farewell for Donny and Gio in Knoxville no matter …

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Spring 2015 Kotei Season – Week 3 Report

As Twenty Festivals draws ever closer we’re sadly forced to watch Ivory Edition Kotei come to an end to make way for the new. This week marks the Remembrance of Toturi Festival and, with most of the Empire’s samurai reverently observing the holiday, we only have a single Kotei to …

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Spring 2015 Kotei Season – Week 2 Report

Once again my spies and informants have been bringing news of hard-fought battles. The Ascension of the Mantis Festival brought us three Kotei, and rather appropriately the Mantis Clan has taken an early lead for this season. First up we had a Kotei in Quezon City, Philippines. Despite a massive …

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Spring 2015 Kotei Season – Week 1 Report

Yesterday marked the momentous occasion of the first Kotei of the Spring 2015 season! Our Silken Sect agents have come from far and wide to bring news of great battles. As the people of Ryoko Owari Toshi celebrated Liberation Day, our samurai marched to battle. First up is the Atlanta Kotei. …

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