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King of Tokyo (KOT) WBC 2018 Event Report
Updated November 5, 2018
110 Players Armelle Worrel 2018 Status 2019 Status History/Laurels
2018 Champion

110 Monsters Take to the Streets of Tokyo

Over 100 of the most fearsome monsters you’ll ever see once again came crashing into the Grand Ballroom at Seven Springs to battle each other seeking to become the one true King of Tokyo.

After 20 preliminary matches and four semi-finals, Richard Curtin, Joseph Kaltman, Armelle Worrel and Clinton Chan gathered on the outskirts of Tokyo.

Unlike previous years where the monsters focused on damage and taking one another out, this year’s final was all about rolling some seriously hot dice for victory points.

While Joseph was first to score that 1VP for going into Tokyo, Clinton managed to score and early 5 points in a single turn. While that was impressive, Armelle upped the ante by scoring 11 VP’s by way of number rolling in her first three turns.

All this focus on rolling for VP’s allowed Joseph to stay firmly entrenched in Tokyo for two full rounds of play. Richard and Clinton managed to score a few points and take a couple of shots at Joseph in Tokyo, they couldn’t quite match the dice rolling of Armelle and Joseph.

It wasn’t long before both Armelle and Joseph found themselves close enough to 20 VP’s to claim victory. Armelle had the good fortune to get the first crack at it. Unfortunately, her previously super-hot dice turned cold on her and she couldn’t get the VP’s she needed to claim victory. This gave Joseph a shot at it, needing to roll only 2 VP’s to win the game…

…but it just wasn’t mean to be. As with Armelle’s previous turn, Joseph’s dice luck abandoned him at this crucial moment. This gave Richard a shot at taking Joseph out (who was still camped out in Tokyo). Richard came up one claw short and handed the dice to Armelle for what proved to be the final turn of the game as she managed to get her dice mojo back and rolled enough VP’s to hit 20 and claim the 2018 King of Tokyo title.

Thanks to everyone who played. I hope to see everyone out again next year for more craziness on the streets (and buildings) of Tokyo.

2018 Laurelists Repeating Laurelists: 1
Joseph Birnbaum Richard Curtin Clinton Chan Pierre-Luc Ramier Luke Koleszar
2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
These guys are having too much fun as monsters. Mark Love dressed for the occassion.
If Harry Flawd can't be at a crash table, might as well
destroy Tokyo.
His Monster must be in Tokyo!
GM  John Coussis [2nd Year]  NA