El torneo de Super Smash Bros. Brawl de Arcadia 2013 comienza el 9 de noviembre. Si quieres participar puedes pre-inscribirte enviando un e-mail a email@example.com con tu nombre completo y número de celular.
Debes estar a las 9:00am en el Coliseo Rubén Rodríguez para que te inscribas oficialmente. El paquete de inscripción al torneo de ARCADIA tendrá un costo de $30 por persona. Incluye los 2 días y la inscripción del torneo. También puedes participar de las competencia del piso de ARCADIA, en donde podrás recolectar tokens y la oportunidad de ganar más premios. En otras palabras, el que compita en los eSports tendrá doble oportunidad de ganar premios tanto en efectivo, como en artículos. NOTA: No somos responsables si llega tu turno de competir en el torneo y no estas por estar en el piso de Arcadia. Es tu responsabilidad estar pendiente a cuando te toca competir. Será automáticamente clasificada como una perdida.
Lleva tu control de Wii. De no tenerlo, lleva tu ID con foto para que se te preste uno.
Los premios del torneo son basados en el pote recaudado en la inscripción. De cada inscripción, $15 van para el pote. Se divide de la siguiente manera;
- 1er lugar 60% del total
- 2do lugar 25% del total
- 3er lugar 15% del total
La final del losers bracket y la final del torneo como tal, serán el domingo 10 de noviembre en la tarima principal de Arcadia. Si tienes dudas pueden enviarlas a firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reglas de Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- 3 Stocks
- 8 Minute Time Limit
- Items set to “Off” and “None”
- Pause set to “Off”
- Meta Knight’s infinite dimensional cape tactic is banned.
- All infinites and chain grabs are legal.
- There is a 35 Ledge Grab Limit for all characters. If a game goes to time and one player goes over the Ledge Grab Limit for their character, they will automatically lose the game. If both players exceed their Ledge Grab Limit, then this rule is ignored.
- The act of stalling is banned: stalling is intentionally making the game unplayable: Such as becoming invisible, continuing infinites, chain grabs, or uninterrupted moves past 300%, and reaching a position that your opponent can never reach you.
- Any action that can prevent the game from continuing (i.e., freezing, disappearing characters, game reset, etc.) will result in a forfeit of that match for the player that initiated the action. You are responsible for knowing your own character, and must be wary about accidentally triggering one of these effects.
- If the Ledge Grab Limit does not declare one player the winner, the winner will be declared by what the game says in all situations, except for when players are presented with sudden death:
- In the event of a match going to time, the winner will be determined by who has less percent (stock difference still takes priority but will be shown in the results screen).
- If the match ends with both players dying at the same time coincidentally, or if time ran out with both players at equal percent, a one stock three minute rematch will be played on the same stage. For a tie-breaker match, a Ledge Grab Limit of 15 is used for all characters.
- If a match is ended via suicide move, the initiator of the move wins.
- Any coaching that happens during the match (but not in between matches) is restricted. Players who violate this rule will receive a warning (BOTH the player AND the person coaching the player) on the first attempt. Players who violate this rule after a warning will be disqualified from the event and a possible ejection from the venue.
- Players are to attend their matches at the designated times they are called. If you are late to a match, the following rules will be applied based on the amount of time:
- If you are 5 minutes late: Results in a match loss
- If you are 10 minutes late: Results in a set loss
- These times will be strictly enforced to make sure that each player will enjoy the full event on a timely manner
Determining Player Priority
If there is a dispute in controller port selection or initiating Stage Strike use the following method:
Teams will use a random method such as Rock-Paper-Scissors, Coin Flip, or Game and Watch Judgment, where the winner selects either first choice in port selection or first choice in stage striking. Whichever team does not receive first choice in port selection will be compensated with first choice in stage striking.
Yoshi’s Island (Brawl)
Pokemon Stadium 1
- DSR: A player/team may not counter-pick to the stage they have won on in the current set.
- Gentleman’s Clause: Any stage may be played on if both players agree to it. This rule takes priority over DSR
- No scrooging (player may travel under the stage only once from the ledge)
* “Traveling under the stage once from the ledge” is defined as dropping off the ledge on one side of the stage and reaching the height of the original ledge on the other side of the stage.
Corollaries to Rule 6:
* When one of the players is attacked by the other and takes damage, Rule 6 does not apply.
* The moving platform on Smashville is considered to be equivalent to a ledge, i.e. if a player starts from the moving platform on one side of the stage and travels beneath the stage to the ledge/platform on the opposite side of the stage, the player may not travel beneath the stage back to the ledge/moving platform on the opposite side before until he lands back on the platform.
*If a player is found to be performing the act of scrooging by a tournament organizer (by his/her discretion), the player will forfeit that match.
- In the event pause is left on accidentally and is pressed, immediately call over the TO. Based upon their judgment, the situation will be resolved. If your situation is neutral [players are not in combat], the match will be resumed as if the pause had not occurred. If your situation is advantageous to one individual and the player in the disadvantageous situation paused, the disadvantaged player will be either placed in a grab or onto the ledge of the stage. If a player in a death situation [Chain grabs, Grab releases, Jab-locks to a kill move, etc] paused while in a death situation, the current stock is forfeited immediately. If you unpause before the TO reaches the station, the player that unpaused losses a stock.
- Players who use the Wii Remote must take the batteries out of the Wii Remote when not playing. If the Wii Remote is still synced up to a Wii with the batteries in, you could unintentionally disrupt a match. If problems persist, a DQ may happen.
- You are responsible for your own controller and name tag. Any malfunctions or errors that occur are your responsibility (including battery issues with a Wii Remote), so bring an extra controller if possible and always check to make sure you’re using the correct settings BEFORE a match is played. Both parties need to agree if a match is to be paused or restarted because of these problems.
- The tournament organizer has the right to save/record any tournament match if possible and has the right to upload said match.
- Any hacks, including (but not limited to) textures, music, and model changes are not allowed
Si no conoces la diferencia entre la competencia de Arcadia y los torneos de Arcadia, chequea este vídeo: