Questions about the WBO

how do i battle in tornaments
How come I get booted off subscribed topics after a few days? is there a limit to how many topics I could be subscribed into?
Is there any way to use maps without putting in my address?
How many tournaments can you host in a year? They are scarce in my area and I'd love to make them a regular thing. Is there a cap?
(Aug. 24, 2019  2:40 AM)pika2442 Wrote: how do i battle in tornaments

(Aug. 26, 2019  5:11 PM)Chessmaster Chi Wrote: How many tournaments can you host in a year? They are scarce in my area and I'd love to make them a regular thing. Is there a cap?

If you guy are interessted in battling in or host tournaments i recommend to read the WBO Guides for this Smile here is the link to the google drive docs: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/0/folde...XJtUXJ1SmM

And to be up to date check the news section on the top of the page.
(Aug. 26, 2019  5:11 PM)Chessmaster Chi Wrote: How many tournaments can you host in a year? They are scarce in my area and I'd love to make them a regular thing. Is there a cap?

nope but  you might wanna become a organizer then
Is there a format where players can only use each combination once?

For instance, in a match, each player would have to change one part per round and not repeat any exact combo the had previously used in the match or set ?

The goal being to encourage more parts and variations to see action and to encourage players to have a more wide experience with layers and drivers, etc.
(Sep. 07, 2019  6:08 PM)Dannabeys Wrote: Is there a format where players can only use each combination once?

For instance, in a match, each player would have to change one part per round and not repeat any exact combo the had previously used in the match or set ?

The goal being to encourage more parts and variations to see action and to encourage players to have a more wide experience with layers and drivers, etc.

There is no format like that currently, but I do like the idea of a format which encourages more variation. However, I can envision it being difficult to manage as the combinations of each player would have to somehow be tracked from round to round ... but maybe there's a way to do it.

That being said, in our existing Deck Format players have to construct their deck with three Beyblades using all different parents, so that format does encourage more diversity.
(Sep. 07, 2019  7:54 PM)Kei Wrote:
(Sep. 07, 2019  6:08 PM)Dannabeys Wrote: Is there a format where players can only use each combination once?

For instance, in a match, each player would have to change one part per round and not repeat any exact combo the had previously used in the match or set ?

The goal being to encourage more parts and variations to see action and to encourage players to have a more wide experience with layers and drivers, etc.

There is no format like that currently, but I do like the idea of a format which encourages more variation. However, I can envision it being difficult to manage as the combinations of each player would have to somehow be tracked from round to round ... but maybe there's a way to do it.

That being said, in our existing Deck Format players have to construct their deck with three Beyblades using all different parents, so that format does encourage more diversity.
I thought it was 1-3 beys per deck? Forgive me if I’m wrong.
(Sep. 07, 2019  7:57 PM)CheetoBlader Wrote: I thought it was 1-3 beys per deck? Forgive me if I’m wrong.

Yes, technically. But nobody does that. Smile
(Sep. 07, 2019  8:03 PM)Kei Wrote:
(Sep. 07, 2019  7:57 PM)CheetoBlader Wrote: I thought it was 1-3 beys per deck? Forgive me if I’m wrong.

Yes, technically. But nobody does that. Smile

Fair enough.
How come there are so many pointless threads cluttering the MFB forum that haven't been deleted? You know, like when people make a whole thread just to ask something like "whats the best combo???".