Dec
01

Beyblade West: LA Burst Classic Bey Clash #3

  Los Angeles, CA
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

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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!

Hey i can't go today sorry please remove me from the tournament
Never mind i can go but i might run a few mins late
Can someone post the brakets?
Wasn't able to make it 😓😥
1. ZYeYO
2. Yami
3. JoJo
4. TSO

In a surprising turn of events, Zyeyo ran through Kei (twice!), TSO, and Yami relatively easily to win his first Classic tournament! He used a pretty spicy combo that I’ll talk about later in the winning combos thread and maybe a tournament report. Yami actually brought my classic tournament winning streak to an end in a pretty devastating but like oddly symbolic way.

It was great getting to meet and play against the LA crew, special shoutout to everyone who helped host or make this whole weekend happen.
Today was a blast! The part diversity and dominance of attack was pretty incredible - kudos to Zyeyo for pulling some pretty clutch wins with Victory Valkyrie Knuckle Ultimate Reboot’. A big thank you to Wombat for hosting and Shindog for supplying us with prizes Smile See you soon, LA.
Beyblade West was an amazing time! There were some good tournaments with some of the best bladers I've seen. The tournaments went fairly smoothly, and I look forward to seeing everyone again!

A couple of notes about this tournament and what we can do to make things go smoother next time:

- 30 Bladers is just fine. I've decided that I much prefer tournaments with a 32 player cap. 5 round swiss is always a good time, 6 can sort of drag, and take too long sometimes.

- The venue for this was okay! It was outdoors, and it wasn't too cold or windy. It would be good if bladers didn't wander off, but hey, that's how they do!

- bladekid does not have an amazing career ahead of him making smoothies. Please find another professional outlet. Dear God.

- If you bump into the back of a judge who's sitting at a beystadium while you're moving between two points, you have done something wrong. Smile

- Revolve showed up a CRAZY amount during this tournament! And I definitely need to work on my attack launches as a result. If I'd launched better, I coulda stood a better chance against Yami.

- Organization-wise, we could have done better. It was only 15 matches per round so it went quickly, but oftentimes matches would cease getting called because organizers wanted to judge/record/spectate specific matches their friends were doing. It really slowed things down! In the future, let someone else call out matches. I offered but I wound up judging instead. I would say if you're focused on recording or spectating, don't do the match callouts. Delegate, don't delay!

- We've got some problems with rules lawyering! If your victory boils down to technicalities and rules oddities, that's no victory at all. Focus on fair play and fun rather than trying to seize points with gotchas. Remember, we're all here to have fun! And if we lose, let's lose fair and square rather than because of some arguments!
I felt like this tournament was a nice cap to the whole event. It was more relaxed plus we got to see some interesting combos rise up.
Here is the spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1...sp=sharing
(Dec. 04, 2019  7:58 PM)JoJo [Jp0t] Wrote: I felt like this tournament was a nice cap to the whole event. It was more relaxed plus we got to see some interesting combos rise up.

Don’t you mean, RISE up? Get it? Because Beyblade Burst Rise?