Dec
01

Beyblade West: LA Burst Classic Bey Clash #3

  Los Angeles, CA
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Weller Court
123 Astronaut E S Onizuka St
  In front of Marukai Market
12:00 PM on 12/01/2019
Hosted by
  Wombat
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Format
Burst Classic

Selected Beyblade Burst gear can be used.

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Howdy cupcakes, to end off Beyblade West myself and The Supreme One will be teaming up with the LA hosting team for a Burst Classic tournament. Make sure you read the rules and familiarize yourself with the Banlist. (Shoutout to DeceasedCrab for the banlist spreadsheet btw)

Please keep in mind that there is a participant cap of 32, and priority will be given to those that register here, on this thread, online, on the WBO, ahead of time. If the cap is reached, we will create a waitlist in person, at the event. If you show up on the day of the tournament without having registered online, there is no guarantee you will be entered in the bracket. Likewise, if you show up late (see the schedule below) there is also no guarantee you will be entered in the bracket even if you have registered.

Event Schedule
11:00AM-11:30AM Registration
11:30AM-11:45AM: Bracket Set-up
11:45AM-12:00PM Announcements
12:00PM Tournament Starts
*Tournaments can last up to 5 hours.

Prizes: TBA

Need-to-Know Information

1. During Registration, Open Your Account Page

Open your account page on your mobile device (if possible) during registration to help us keep things quick.

2. Arrive On Time

You must arrive by the tournament start time to enter. We cannot add new players to an event once it begins. If you're running late, contact the host.

3. Stay Aware of Your Belongings

We do everything possible to ensure a safe environment, but can't be held responsible for lost or stolen goods. Keep your gear close by!

4. The Tournament Will Last At Least a Few Hours

This event is likely to last at least a few hours. If you can't commit to the entire tournament, you're welcome to come watch and play for fun instead!

5. Listen For Your Username To Be Called

Your name will be called when it's time for your next battle. If you need to leave early or take a break, tell a judge. Missing a match could mean disqualification!

6. Players Must Meet Regional Product Age Restrictions

All players in this event must meet the age restrictions on Beyblade products in their region. TAKARA-TOMY recommends Beyblade for ages 6+. Hasbro recommends Beyblade for ages 8+. Players under these ages may only participate with the permission of their parent/guardian.

7. Players Under 18 Must Be Accompanied by a Parent/Guardian

If you are under 18 years old, a parent/guardian must accompany you and be present for the duration of the event.

I can't wait to taste defeat on the west coast!

As always, here's the Classic Parts list that I and others keep up to date:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...on=1#gid=0

Here's the Burst Classic rules:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=13dKtCf...7B3-wyD1YY
Just a reminder. The format is burst classic. Please refer to the rule book link provided by previous post.
Is it possible to show up to tournament as a spectator? If so how?
(Oct. 26, 2019  6:44 PM)AidenW921 Wrote: Is it possible to show up to tournament as a spectator? If so how?
Yes, simply show up and spectate.  There are many local shops to visit as well.
Hey can u put me on the wait list ima come with my brother
(Oct. 28, 2019  5:24 AM)Truunks Wrote: Hey can u put me on the wait list ima come with my brother

Dude that's not how the wait list works. If you show up early enough on the day of the tournament, I will add you to a real-time wait list at the event where you have a chance to take a spot from somebody who has signed up online but didn't actually show up to the tournament in real life. But there is no guarantee that you will be able to participate in the tournament since you did not preregister. This is the case for all of the Beyblade West tournaments, and all capped WBO tournaments in general.
(Oct. 28, 2019  5:29 AM)Wombat Wrote:
(Oct. 28, 2019  5:24 AM)Truunks Wrote: Hey can u put me on the wait list ima come with my brother

Dude that's not how the wait list works. If you show up early enough on the day of the tournament, I will add you to a real-time wait list at the event where you have a chance to take a spot from somebody who has signed up online but didn't actually show up to the tournament in real life. But there is no guarantee that you will be able to participate in the tournament since you did not preregister. This is the case for all of the Beyblade West tournaments, and all capped WBO tournaments in general.

Yeah ik but i mean just incase but we will come early
(Nov. 03, 2019  1:46 AM)Cool beys Wrote: Is it a sunday?

Yes this is a Sunday.  We have Friday, Saturday, and Sunday tournaments this Nov.
(Nov. 03, 2019  1:46 AM)Cool beys Wrote: Is it a sunday?

http://letmegooglethat.com/?q=Is+Decembe...+Sunday%3F
Is there going to be a waitlist
(Nov. 03, 2019  10:43 PM)Justj11. Wrote: Is there going to be a waitlist

Just show up early like in every capped tournament.
I've been practicing since my match against Alta. I'm ready.
I have a 6 year old and a 5 year old. Is there an age group for them to compete in? If not, will there be a stadium for them to just mess around with their beys and practice? Thanks
(Dec. 01, 2019  1:30 AM)beybladersDad Wrote: I have a 6 year old and a 5 year old.  Is there an age group for them to compete in? If not, will there be a stadium for them to just mess around with their beys and practice? Thanks

There are not age groups. People (including me) Bring stadiums for free play.
(Dec. 01, 2019  1:30 AM)beybladersDad Wrote: I have a 6 year old and a 5 year old.  Is there an age group for them to compete in? If not, will there be a stadium for them to just mess around with their beys and practice? Thanks

Make sure they have legal parts for this limited tournament format! Also the tournament is capped at 32 participants, but there are always a couple of no-shows, so there is a waitlist for other bladers who show up.
IMPORTANT BAN LIST UPDATE:
After some further testing, we have decided to temporarily ban all HyperSphere Drivers for this Burst Classic tournament tomorrow. We will follow this up with a more formal announcement for the community later on.
(Dec. 01, 2019  7:43 AM)Kei Wrote: IMPORTANT BAN LIST UPDATE:
After some further testing, we have decided to temporarily ban all HyperSphere Drivers for this Burst Classic tournament tomorrow. We will follow this up with a more formal announcement for the community later on.
But wouldn't this be an experimental ruling? And wouldn't that make it unranked? Idc, just asking. I know they OP as heck.
(Dec. 01, 2019  9:49 AM)Kei Wrote: It will still be ranked.
I know, but wouldn't this be like an experimental ruling like allowing Xt+ and more of the dash drivers? Again, it really doesn't matter, I just thought there was a rule about doing bans like that.
(Dec. 01, 2019  10:03 AM)bladekid Wrote:
(Dec. 01, 2019  9:49 AM)Kei Wrote: It will still be ranked.
I know, but wouldn't this be like an experimental ruling like allowing Xt+ and more of the dash drivers? Again, it really doesn't matter, I just thought there was a rule about doing bans like that.

Good question! Typically an experimental ruling is made on behalf of organizers & permits or restricts the use of parts that have been in circulation for long enough to justify their existence or absence in organized play. In this situation, the decision was made after several members of the organized play & committee groups tested & deliberated over a new line that arguably shouldn’t have been permitted by default in the first place. I think this decision will result in a healthier & more competitive tournament environment on Sunday & hopefully many of you will feel the same way Smile
Hey, if anyone is up for it, I’m going to bring my burst standard stuff as well if anyone wants to do some practice after the tournament today (:
I figured since there’s so many good players in town.
(Dec. 01, 2019  5:18 PM)poliswag Wrote: Hey, if anyone is up for it, I’m going to bring my burst standard stuff as well if anyone wants to do some practice after the tournament today (:
I figured since there’s so many good players in town.

I’ll practice! I brought a few things.
(Dec. 01, 2019  10:49 AM)The Supreme One Wrote:
(Dec. 01, 2019  10:03 AM)bladekid Wrote: I know, but wouldn't this be like an experimental ruling like allowing Xt+ and more of the dash drivers? Again, it really doesn't matter, I just thought there was a rule about doing bans like that.

Good question! Typically an experimental ruling is made on behalf of organizers & permits or restricts the use of parts that have been in circulation for long enough to justify their existence or absence in organized play. In this situation, the decision was made after several members of the organized play & committee groups tested & deliberated over a new line that arguably shouldn’t have been permitted by default in the first place. I think this decision will result in a healthier & more competitive tournament environment on Sunday & hopefully many of you will feel the same way Smile
Ok, thanks. That makes sense then.