On his way from the quarter-finals to the final, Remind squeaked through with two closely-fought victories. He beat Si Young 'YangE' Kim and Marcus 'Thorzain' Eklöf by two maps to one. The Melting Valley game against Thorzain was arguably the game of the tournament, with multiple high-level heroes including two level six Tinkers. Be sure to check out our replay pack if you missed that game.
Ironically, Lyn had a much easier time in the earlier rounds, winning both his quarter and semi-final games 2-0. Perhaps the tougher matches gave Remind a better warmup but he was definitely a deserving winner on the day. Neither player seemed to take the final too seriously, with both of them race swapping. Fans were even treated to the rare site of an undead mirror in a finals match.
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