[Montreal, QC, Canada] 02/27/2016 - Sway Now, Sway Low


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Date: Saturday, February 27, 2016

Location: 3575 ​boul. Saint-Laurent, Suite #119, ​Montreal, QC, H2X 2T7
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Format: Zero-G

Start Time: 1:00 PM, but registration starts at least at 12:30PM!

Entry Fee: $6 CAD, or free with a Blader Passport. You can purchase a Blader Passport on-site for $20 CAD and it gives you free entry to our tournaments for a whole year.

Prizes: A choice out of some new-in-package and some slightly used Beyblades!

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(Bae Master)

It has been too many months since we last had a Zero-G tournament hah.

Remember that the trial ban on F230+CF/GCF is still in effect!

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After playing in a second tournament without F230CF/GCF, I think I can see how things are slightly more diverse and less centered around that Track and Bottom setup. But damn there were a lot of close and long Stamina battles anyway...

I had had no opportunity to practice (I barely got time on Friday to replace some prongs on right-spin BeyLaunchers, but nothing for left-spin ones), but at least I kept up with my usual average of 4-5, so not too much of a surprise hah. And of course another set of prongs on a BeyLauncher is really warped and about to break after this tournament...

Thank you again to everyone who came, and we hope to see you in March for a Burst-format event!
Really à burst tournament next month! Great when did you think? Middle or in the end of march?
Besides MissingNo. getting First and loyd87 making it to the finals, who were the placers? What combos did they use?
I've finished third with these winning combination: MSF-L Killerken Dragooon SA165(att)EWD, MSF-H Wyvang Dragooon SA165(att)GF, MF-L Duo Cygnus E230MB and MSF-M Beigirados Balro SA165(normal)BSF

MissingNo. first place with many Duo combos don't remember wich one exactly.

I think TheGalaxyKing finished second and Dobby fourth or vice versa. don't know there winning combination.
Here are the winning combinations and the official standings:

1st Place - MissingNo.
Duo Cancer SA165TB
Duo Cancer B:D
Revizer Dragooon B:D

2nd Place - Dobby
Phantom Orion B:D
Revizer Dragooon B:D

3rd Place - loyd87
MSF-L Killerken Dragooon SA165(Attack)EWD
MSF-L Duo Cygnus E230MB
MSF-H Wyvang DragooonSA165(Attack)GF
MSF-M Begirados Balro SA165BSF

And no idea about when exactly the Burst tournament will be yet hah.

Here is the group shot we took:

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nice picture! I noticed that I'm the only one who have Metal Face on its custom hah!
We are working through missing account issues in a few areas right now, but since this could be processed without impacting anything, I went ahead with it, at least one Montréal tournament down out of four. Here are the results: