Fujita won the toss and elected to play, mulliganing away his first hand. Happy with his next 6, and with Haddy content to play, we began.
Haddy opened with 2 Leonin Scimitars, with Fujita beginning with a Slith Ascendant.
It got no bigger how ever as Haddy was able to muster the Wizard Replica to hold the fort. A Skyhunter Patrol followed by an Arc-Slogger, gave Fujita an excellent 6-card start. 6 lands in six turns is perhaps not what you would ideally be after when playing into a mulligan. Playing a Yotian Soldier saw no cards left in Fujita's hand.
Haddy spread his equipment over his newly cast Goblin War Wagon as he sat back in cruise control. Fujita pressed for 7 with a top decked Detonate on the Wizard Replica, dropping Haddy down to 6.
With nothing more from the top of his deck, Haddy moved to the second Game #2.
Fujita 1 - Haddy 0
With both players happy with their opening hand Haddy opened with one of his Leonin Scimitars, but the tempo was dominated by Fujita, with repeated his great game #1 start of third turn Slith and a 4th turn Skyhunter Patrol. Haddy had no play by turn 5, with his first defense being in the form of a Sculpting Steel - copying Fujita's Dragon Blood. A Viridian Shaman then destroyed Fujita original, but the clock was ticking with Haddy down to a meager 10.
Haddy then kindly offered commentary on the remainder of the match " It should read Haddy draws more land as Fujita continues to beat on him savagely".
Even with a second Dragon Blood on the table, Haddy had no answer for the now 4/4 Slith. Outstretching the hand in congratulations.
Fujita 2 - Haddy - 0