Player Profile: Sunyveil

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Premiere Results

Premiere Tournament Result
Season One Invitational Not Yet Debuted
Season Two Invitational Not Yet Debuted
Season Three Invitational Not Yet Debuted
Midseason Major Not Yet Debuted
Season Four Invitational Not Yet Debuted
Season Five Invitational Champion
Season Six Invitational Did Not Attend

ETS Results: One time Finalist

Music teacher, saxophone player, Magic Pro Tour participant, rock climber, and sometimes streamer, Dayv “Sunyveil” Doberne lives a busy life. Because of that, Suny never had the time to play in the ETS, despite a desire to compete. He had to settle for regular appearances at the top of the ranked and draft ladders and spreading the good word of the #NeverFire gospel in Set 1 draft.

However, during Season 5, Suny managed to have a Saturday free and entered into his first ETS with one of his pet decks – Haunting Scream, a deck usually known as a budget deck. He managed to spike a place in the finals of the event, the first time a Haunting Scream deck had taken even Top 8 since Season 1. With that, he once again vanished from the ETS until it was time for the Season 5 Invitational.

Suny is known for his red deck skills in Magic, and he showed that those skills transferred to Eternal, bringing Burn Queen to the Invitational. He blazed his way quickly through the Winner’s Bracket with Queens and three-to-the-domes, finding himself in the Grand Finals against Missingtoez, whom he dispatched 3-0, the first time a Grand Finals has been a clean sweep. Which is fortunate, as Suny had already pushed back an appointment with a student as late as he could.

With his place at Worlds secured, Suny again vanished from the ETS. For a good reason – he had earned a spot in Pro Tour Ixalan off his performance at the Legacy Grand Prix in Las Vegas. Suny managed to go 9-7 at the Pro Tour, bumping himself up to 8 Pro Points on the season, within spitting distance of becoming a Bronze Pro. However, this was the weekend immediately before worlds. Will Suny’s Pro Tour training and experience serve him well at Worlds, or will he find himself walking into the event unprepared?