First Official EOJ Online Tournament

Summary: Dengeki Playstation and Dengeki Archade Card Game has announced today that they are holding the first official EOJ Online Tournament in Japan.


Official Online Tournament “Degenki War I”

Host – Dengeki Playstation and Degenkii Archade Card Game

These two host are also known to be associated with one of the three Japanese Set.2  promo cards.  Since I did not purchase those Magazines, I am not sure of the exact detail of how they distribute the card, but if I were to take a guess, this tournament must have something to do with it. (again pure guess)

Date – 4/4/2008 15:00 until 4/13/2008 15:00


  • General rule of the ranking match applies
  • You may use either Set.1 or Set.2 cards; however you may NOT include any Ultrarare or Rares in your deck

How to decide a winner?

  • The final winner will be based on the ranking point at the time when the tournament ends (4/13/2008 15:00).  The method of calculating point will be the same as that of ranking match; however, these number are solely used within the Dengeki War I  i.e.will  not affect your ranking nor your ranking does not affect rank within this tournament.


  • 1st place – One set.2 booster box + title Dengeki King
  • 2nd place – One set.2 booster box + title Bomber
  • 100, 300, 500 – One set.2 booster box

Annoucement of winners?

  • Winners will receive PSN Message from EOJ_Dengeki sometime after the tournament (before end of April).  At this time, they will ask winners to provide their name, home address where prizes can be shipped to.

Participants Requirement

  • Have PlayStation Network Connection Account with Online Connection
  • *Anyone who lives in Japan

How to enroll?

  • Simply go into the “Degenki War I” and play a match during the time of the tournament.  No prior registration is needed.

5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by ImDoneItsOver on April 4, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    Why oh Why did you have to translate this 😦 it makes me sad I cant play in it. I like the no ULT or Rare thing by by one hit wonders (Siam Didi LoL)


  2. Posted by FilliamHMuffman on April 4, 2008 at 11:05 pm

    Restricting decks to no rares or ultrarares pretty makes it extremely likely zealot decks will stomp the competition. Without cheap heavy hitters like Siam or Didi to worry about, the zealots will be that much harder to beat.


  3. Posted by TV's Best Dad on April 5, 2008 at 9:24 am

    The strength of zealots is concerning, but I like the idea of no rares or ultra rares. Don’t know if they’re doing this to open up the field to more players or if they think this is the most balanced way to play, but for set 1 only, this would have been a cool format.


  4. Posted by ImDoneItsOver on April 5, 2008 at 3:45 pm

    I cant wait to see if we get an EoJ banned list (Like YuGiOh)


  5. Posted by Rufus Omega on April 6, 2008 at 11:35 am

    So it’s only open to Japanese players? That’s harsh. I just bought a box of set 2, but I could really do with another one.


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