Against the Odds, We Choose to Fight! – A London Regionals Top 32 Report

November 29th, 2015 | Posted by Shang Loh in Team Reports - (Comments Off on Against the Odds, We Choose to Fight! – A London Regionals Top 32 Report)

Introduction Hi everyone, I’m Shang “slyx183” Loh. For those who do not know me, I have been with The Mirage Island since 2013, when we were known as TRVG. While most of my VGC involvement in the Singaporean scene was largely in commentary, I am currently doing my undergraduate studies overseas in London, where VGC …
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The Mother We Share – Wai Yin’s VGC’15 Season Summary

October 25th, 2015 | Posted by Low Wai Yin in Team Reports - (Comments Off on The Mother We Share – Wai Yin’s VGC’15 Season Summary)

Introduction Hi guys, Wai Yin here, and this is my VGC 15 season report! Some background on me: I joined the Team Robo Video Games community in 2011 when I Top 16’d that year’s Elite Four tournament, and I’ve been playing VGC ever since. I’m also the first Singaporean to get into the VGC World …
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That’s Gross! — Singapore Regionals 2nd Place Team

August 19th, 2015 | Posted by Nicholas Ong in Team Reports - (Comments Off on That’s Gross! — Singapore Regionals 2nd Place Team)

Hey guyzzzzz I’m Nicholas Ong, professional scrublord, and I’m here to share (lol) my team that piloted me to 2nd in Singapore’s first ever Regionals, and 33rd in Singapore’s first ever Nationals with a few minor (read: major) adjustments that didn’t pay off, causing me to “bubble” out of top 32. Team building process: I …
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Ryan Chiam – Forging my own path to fight for my dreams: Singapore Nationals Top 32

August 8th, 2015 | Posted by Ryan Chiam in Team Reports - (Comments Off on Ryan Chiam – Forging my own path to fight for my dreams: Singapore Nationals Top 32)

Hi everyone! This is Ryan Chiam, and today I’m writing a season review/report on the teams that I have used throughout the entire VGC’15 season. I did not really have any notable finishes at major events like Regionals and our very first Nationals. Life just decided to catch up on me and as a result, …
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Heropon Skyler can do it! – Singapore Nationals 2015 Top 16

July 30th, 2015 | Posted by Skyler Guo in Team Reports - (Comments Off on Heropon Skyler can do it! – Singapore Nationals 2015 Top 16)

Ohai, I am Skyler Guo, otherwise known as InKognito, and this is my report covering my participation in both the Australia and Singapore National Championships held in 2015. I finished in the Top 64 in Australia and Top 16 in Singapore. Some of you may have seen me around in local community events as well. My …
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Martin Tan – Cup your ears, Hyper Voicing to deafness: Singapore Nationals Top 32

July 17th, 2015 | Posted by Martin Tan in Team Reports - (Comments Off on Martin Tan – Cup your ears, Hyper Voicing to deafness: Singapore Nationals Top 32)

Greetings from the warm island of Singapore! My name is Martin Tan, and I’ve been playing Pokemon competitively from Gen 4. However I first started out in the 6v6 Singles format (which is largely based on Smogon rules). One fine day I was being introduced to this format by a friend, and I’ve been hooked ever …
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Justin Lok – Australia Nationals 2015

July 5th, 2015 | Posted by Justin Lok in Team Reports - (Comments Off on Justin Lok – Australia Nationals 2015)

Hai, my name is Justin Lok and this is my report on Australia Nationals 2015 at Melbourne. I was part of a small contingent from Singapore, attempting to compete for Championship Points (CPs). Honestly though, the reasons why I joined in on the journey were two-fold. One, most of the people going were people who …
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Hi all, The Mirage Island admin Matthew Hui back again to reflect on the recent Australia National Championships 2015, which a small (9) Singaporean contingent attended and did amazingly well at (no one below a 6-3 record and Top 64 out of a total of more than 320 participants). I’m sure they too will have …
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Ryan Loh – Boost or Die: Malaysia Asia Cup Qualifiers Top 8 Report

May 9th, 2015 | Posted by Grandmaster Ry in Team Reports - (Comments Off on Ryan Loh – Boost or Die: Malaysia Asia Cup Qualifiers Top 8 Report)

Hi everyone, I’m Ryan Loh. I’m better known as ‘opkil’ on Nugget Bridge and Pokémon Showdown’s VGC Room. I’m also one of the founding members of the Singaporean Pokémon community, and an active player of the current VGC format. So, Malaysia just held their first Premiere Challenge in Kuala Lumpur, and when we heard about …
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Battle analysis – VGC15 Omega Series PC 1 Semifinals: Theron Ho vs. Ryan Chiam

March 12th, 2015 | Posted by tanzying in Battle Analysis | Team Reports - (Comments Off on Battle analysis – VGC15 Omega Series PC 1 Semifinals: Theron Ho vs. Ryan Chiam)

Game 1 My Team: Charizard Y / Cresselia / Suicune / Venusaur / Terrakion / Scizor Theron’s Team: Thundurus / Sylveon / Kangaskhan / Bisharp / Terrakion / Gengar I did not go for my usual lead of Charizard and Cresselia as I was afraid of Theron’s Mega Gengar and Taunt Thundurus. I decided to …
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