Placing fourth in DQ XI, Nova chose the blue opal, IceDancer.
|Shannon Kimberly Colton
Sucessfully challenged Nova for IceDancer.
Defended against Roland Sal Roa in what is believed
to be the longest opal battle in history, with a finishing
score of 7-8.
Shannon attempted to destroy the blue opal at DQ XIV,
leading to its disappearance and creating a historic scandal.
Once the opal had been recovered, very few sought
the tainted reputation that came with it. Bane claimed it
in an opal quest, going undefeated in hopes of once more
bringing honor to the title of the blue opal holder.
Once more there was a quest for the infamous opal
after Bane left the rank to become the diamond. This time
the soldier Dizzy laid claim to it, also going undefeated.
Daelin sucessfully challenged Dizzy and claimed
IceDancer, only the second to do so through process of challenge.
Defended against Tareth Thorn.
Defended against Alexandria Wells.
Defended against Dizzy Flores.
Sucessfully challenged Daelin for IceDancer.
In a rare turn of events, Tareth issued a challenge
to all the emeralds to come and try to take his opal. He wouldn't
be taking advantage of the 30 day grace period between challenges.
He defended it sucessfully against three emeralds before someone
finally beat him; First up was Magnus Highborn
Janella Vallonia was second.
Jaycy Ashleana was third.
Jake was tricked by Tareth into fighting for the opal,
but reluctantly took it anyhow.
Defended against Dizzy Flores.
Sucessfully challenged Jake for BeerCooler.
Defended against Stick.
Sucessfully challenged Chris for IceDancer.
Defended against Xerzes Maureen.
Defended against Anubis Karos.
Harris instituted an open challenge night, where
any eligible emerald could come and take a crack at his title.
Three tried tried before one finally succeeded. Xerzes Maureen was the
Defended against Dominic Fetzer, the second challenger.
Manni was the third challenger to step up to Harris'
open challenge, finally besting the brawler to become IceDancer's newest holder.
Sucessfully challenged Manni for Icedancer, winning the
opal in two concecutive overtime duels.
Sucessfully challenged Ria for Icedancer, winning the
opal in three duels.
Sucessfully challenged Grayson for Icedancer, winning
the opal in three duels.
Sucessfully challenged Anubis for the blue opal,
winning in two concisive duels, as he had publicly promised
on the cork.
Despite being a relative newcomer to the sport,
Gork took the blue opal from Cory in two duels.
Grayson MacLeod immediately challenged Gork on the
grounds that the opal holder hit an unarmed lady. However,
he would fail to champion this cause and lose to Gork in
Grayson challenges Gork again, losing in three.
Third time is not the charm; Grayson challenges Gork again, losing in two.
Defended against Cory Havoick in two.
Defended against Tim Enralyte in two.
Gork holds an "open challenge night" and invites
anyone eligible to challenge for Icedancer. Dizzy Flores is the first
to take up the challenge - and the last. She wins in three duels.
After 8 consecutive unsuccessful challenges, Xerzes
challenges Dizzy for IceDancer one more time and wins in two duels,
earning his first opal.
Defended against Max Blue.
Given up after winning Diamond.
Jigglypuff came out on top of the Masquerade Brawl
to claim IceDancer.
Defended against Mur Ollavan.
Farek defeated Jigglypuff 2 duels to 1 to claim IceDancer
as his own.
Defended against Pslyder.
Retired his claim to the Opal.
Gork became the holder of IceDancer after placing second
in the Summer Solstice tournament.
Defended against Cas Maximius.
Vincent Smith defeated Gork in two straight duels (5-3 in 12, and
5-3 in 9) to claim IceDancer.
Anubis defeated Vincent Smith in two straight duels (5-3 in 10, and
5-3 in 7) to claim IceDancer.
Anubis Karos offered an open challenge to anyone interested in trying
to take IceDancer from him. Grayson MacLeod stepped forward as the first
challenger and succeeded in defeating Anubis (5-3 in 11, and 5-4 in 10)
to become the new holder of IceDancer.
Defended against Vinny Smith.
Defended against Anubis Karos.
Harris gave challenge to Grayson for IceDancer, and Harris defeated
Grayson in two straight duels to become the new holder.
Defended against Bran Bale.
Harris retired his claim to IceDancer.
|Erasmus al' Mandragor
After being abandoned by Harris D'Artainian, this Opal
was put up as a prize in the 2008 Tag Team Tournament. Erasmus
emerged victorious to claim this Opal as his own.
Failing to respond to a challenge issued by Dizzy Flores, IceDancer was
retired from his care.
As first place winner of the Fourth InterGender War, Dizzy Flores
was awarded this Opal as her prize.
Sartan beat Dizzy in two of three matches to claim IceDancer for his own.
In besting the entire field of Diamond Quest 61, Sartan gave up his
hold of IceDancer for that of Diamond.
|Matthew Algiers Simon
Matthew Simon took hold of IceDancer, coming out on top of an
eight-dueler tournament field.
Defended against Tasslehofl Momus, winning two duels to none.
Defended against Tasslehofl Momus, winning two duels to one.
Defended against Wyheree, winning two duels to one.
Defended against Mur Ollavan, winning two duels to one.
Defended against Wyheree, winning two straight duels.
Defended against Mur Ollavan, winning two straight duels.
Defended against Mur Ollavan (again), winning two straight duels
(5-1 and then 5-0).
Defended against Ria Graziano, winning two straight duels
(5-4 and then 5-3).
Defended against King, winning two of three duels
(1-5 in 7, 5-3 in 8, and then 5-1 in 7).
Defended against Anubis Karos, winning two of straight duels
(5-4 in 10 and 5-4 in 11). First successful defense of an Opal 10
times in a row.
Defended against Rakeesh Sah Tarna, winning two of three duels
(5-4 in 14, 2-5 in 6, and 5-4 in 9). New record of 11 Opal defenses.
Defended against Mur Ollavan, winning two of three duels
(5-3 in 9, 3-5 in 8, and finally a shut-out 5-0 in 7).
Upping the record to 12 Opal defenses.
Nayun defeated Matt in two straight matches (5-3 in 8 and 5-0 in 7) to end
his historic Opal reign at 1155 days and 12 consecutive defenses.
Defended against Rena Cronin, winning two duels to one (5-1, 5-6, 5-3).
Defended against Anubis Karos, winning two duels to one (4-5, 5-3, 5-2).
Defended against Xanth, winning two duels to one (5-4, 2-5, 5-2).
Melanie offered a challenged to Nayun, if Nayun was willing to waive grace.
Nayun waived grace, and the two duelers fought the same evening. Melanie
walked away with the opal after two straight wins. (5-3 in 8, 5-4 in 8)
Lilly, recipient of a challenge grant for winning the "Tournament of
Challengers", challenged and defeated Melanie to claim the Blue Opal.
(6-5 in 11, 3-5 in 8, and 5-3 in 11)
Defended against Clarice Queen in two straight duels (5-4 in 11, 5-3 in 7).
Defended against Anubis Karos in two straight duels (6-5 in 14, 5-2 in 7).
Defended against Charlie Nine in two straight duels (5-1 in 9, 5-4 in 9).
Stripped of the title due to falling below the minimum wins
over losses requirement.
|Jin "Jenny" Chae
Jenny laid claim to the Opal after defeating a field of 9 other Emeralds in a Fists
Only specialty tournament.
G'nort took a shot at the blue rock, but Jenny drops him in three bouts.
(5-1, 4-5, 5-4).
Jenny retires IceDancer on the anniversary of winning it.
|Andrea "Apple" Anderson
IceDancer and FireStar became prizes in the Ice & Fire Spectacular tournament.
Apple took first place in the duel points portion of the contest
and selected the blue rock.
Shale was the first to challenge Apple and the warlock's skeletal minion
made quick work of the incumbent, winning 5-1 and 5-3.
In a pair of sudden death, 5-4 in 10, finishes, Hope took the rock from the warlock.
Hope came out on top of a 6 person field to win DQ LXXXIV, leaving IceDancer vacant.
Vacant since DQ LXXIV, the blue rock became the consolation prize in DQ LXXXV and was picked
up by Apple, while Harris took top prize.
Jenny took the blue rock from Apple in 3 bouts, (5-3, 1-5, 5-3) during a double challenge event
in which both FireStar and IceDancer were fought over.