Path to Transcendence $200 Open Tourney!


In celebration of 2 years Spellweaver competitive scene, we bring to you… a player-organized tournament you MUST be a part of!

Disclaimer: Dream Reactor supports this event in all ways possible, but this is a player-organized event and we take no responsibility for any issues with the tournament.


  • First Prize: USD $200 + Rhygon cardback
  • Second Prize: 6000 Crystals
  • Open FREE Qualifiers on Saturday, May 26th at 8 p.m. CEST
  • 2-day Main Phase on the weekend June 9-10th, 5 p.m. CEST
  • LIVE stream at


The qualifier will be held in-game as a FREE tournament – just look for PtT Qualifier!

The format is Conquest Mode (full Conquest rules here), and the top 16 players proceed to the Main Phase. The number of rounds will be determined by the number of participants.

All qualified players, please join our Discord at and message Lorenthiel to add you to a channel dedicated to the tournament.

Main Phase

The main phase consists of three separate tournaments, in which the top 8 players get qualification points base on the following scheme:

1st = 8 points, 2nd = 7 points, 3rd = 6 points, … and 8th = 1 points.

The players with the top 2 scores proceed to the Grand Final.

Tournament 1 – Draft Best of Three

  • Played as: Swiss 4 rounds, in-game tournament
  • Start time: June 9th, 5 p.m. CEST

Tournament 2 - Strike Format (see below)

  • Played as: Swiss 4 rounds, matches are arranged between players, uses or another external system
  • Start time: June 9th, around 30 minutes after Tournament 1 completes

Tournament 3 - Conquest

  • Played as: Swiss 4 rounds, in-game tournament
  • Start time: June 10th, 5 p.m. CEST

The 2 in-game tournaments have a generous prize structure, so you will be able to get some rewards even if you are not one of the two finalists.

For information and assistance, contact Lorenthiel ( or the casters in the tournament live stream chat at Please also join our Discord at and message Lorenthiel to add you to a channel dedicated to the tournament.

Players need to submit their 3 decks for the Strike format before the Main Phase to the organizers. The decks must adhere to Conquest deck rules.

Grand Final

The Grand Final will be played in a Best of 5 matches format, using the Strike format, right after Tournament number 3 listed above.

Players will arrange the matches between themselves, please contact the organizers for more information.

Strike Format

The strike format plays a lot like Conquest and follows the same deck-building rules. However, instead of banning heroes, players alternate banning match-ups until only 3 are left (or 5 in the case of Best of 5 format).

A match-up is a potential match between one of your heroes and one of the opponent heroes.

You know all your opponent heroes in advance, so in this way each player will try to ban their worst match-ups (e.g. if your are playing Elves with Ne’eva you might want to ban the “your Ne’eva vs. your opponent’s Nefaros” match-up because you know you would very likely lose that match).

The players continue banning match-ups (first player A, then B, then A again, etc.) until only 3 or 5 match-ups are left. The remaining match-ups are played, a single game each, and the player with the most games won wins the entire match.

Note: The player that loses the first match-up chooses the next match-up to be played.

Official Information

Here is a link to the official information provided to us by the tournament organizers.