[Toronto, Ontario] Saturday, August 14th, 2010 Beys of Glory!

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Beys of Glory! (credits to Daegor42)

CONGRATS TO
1st Place : KEI
2nd Place: KOOL-KID9980
3rd Place: MARCO


Location: This will be held at High Park, most likely the same area as HPT. Bloor Entrance of High Park.
Date: Saturday, August 14th, 2010
Time: The tournament will start at 1:00 P.M. (You can come at 12:00 PM, for free-play, discussions, or just hang out.)I'll be in the Park at 12, and I will go back to the entrance to pick up whoever isn't already there, at 1:00.
Cost: It will cost $5 to enter this single tournament, purchase a Blader Passport to enter any WBO tournament for a whole year!
Format: Standard Format - Round Robin Block System- MFB/BMF will be used for the main tournament, plastics and HMS, can only be used for free play. Metal Fight Libra Wheel, is banned, but not for free play.
Prizes: Top 3 bladers, will have a choice out of 3 Random Beys. (1st Place gets first pick, and so on.)
Second Wave, of Hasbro Beys, I think will be released in early August. Most likely some of those.
Additional Info: Beys will not be provided, attendees may be selling some, but don't count on it. Please
bring your own Bey(s).
Weather will most likely be hot, dress lightly, and bring water, or something to keep you hydrated.
If you know you are going to sell something, please post that you are selling things, and I will post it here, to let everyone know.

Also if you have a TT, Sonokong, or Hasbro(bleh), stadium please bring it!

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!

Poll: Good idea?

Yes
90.00%
72
No
10.00%
8
Total: 100% 80 vote(s)
Mind adding me back to the possible attendees list?
Thanks
(Jul. 23, 2010  3:08 AM)Train Wrote: This is going to be a very stupid question, but is this confirmed as an official event now? Because if so I will attend this and not Beyfray I work every other weekend and this will keep me from screwing with my schedule.

Yeah, it's an official event. Sorry you can't make it to Fray. =/
Uhh if it's official shouldn't this be in the upcoming events list?
(Jul. 23, 2010  3:16 AM)Pockyx3 Wrote: Uhh if it's official shouldn't this be in the upcoming events list?

I assume a mod hasn't edited the box yet. It was moved to the official events forum. It is an official event.
(Jul. 23, 2010  3:13 AM)FlameDragon25 Wrote: Mind adding me back to the possible attendees list?
Thanks

Sorry bout that, must of deleted you by accident :T
(Jul. 23, 2010  3:16 AM)Pockyx3 Wrote: Uhh if it's official shouldn't this be in the upcoming events list?

Yeah this was my confusion too. As am I actually Daegor I was looking forward to the first fan run event outside of Kei and Khel or Brad doing it, but it's probably for the best. Gives me more time to practice. I don't want my score dropping lower. Also I should have my order from Dimsum by this one too.
That's fine. Should I take you off the list for Fray then?
I just added this tournament to the Upcoming Events list.
(Jul. 23, 2010  3:27 AM)Kai-V Wrote: I just added this tournament to the Upcoming Events list.

Thanks Kai ^~^
Sweet! Now that you've changed the date, I will more than likely be able to attend this. Put me down as a possible attendee for now. It's so great to see you guys stepping up to host tournaments; the Toronto Beyblade community truly is the best! Grin

(Jul. 21, 2010  1:38 AM)kool-kid9980 Wrote: The HPT2 tournament system was a little off, like my dad was telling me. I have a better and fair way of dividing and putting people in the right ranking.

What was "off" with it? It was Round Robin Block System and everything happened as it should have. Obviously every tournament is going to run into some sort of confusion at some point, but it was fairly minimal at HPT2.

And what do you mean "right ranking"? Doing it randomly is the fairest, quickest, and least complicated way to do it. Of course it is always preferable to have all of the experienced players split into different blocks so that they don't have to knock each other out in an early round, but what I don't think would be fair is manipulating anything so that the "best" Bladers would be divided. That being said, I do think most of the blocks did turn out quite balanced, so I'm not sure what the problem was.
(Jul. 23, 2010  7:35 AM)Kei Wrote: It's so great to see you guys stepping up to host tournaments; the Toronto Beyblade community truly is the best! Grin

Internet high five!

(Jul. 23, 2010  7:35 AM)Kei Wrote: What was "off" with it? It was Round Robin Block System and everything happened as it should have. Obviously every tournament is going to run into some sort of confusion at some point, but it was fairly minimal at HPT2.

His dad was talking to me about it during the tournament. Remember the round robin to determine who would fight for third/fourth? kool-kid's dad was saying that since he beat the fourth place guy to get to the fight, he should have been given a by (is that the right spelling?) and been declared third on the spot.
(Jul. 23, 2010  7:43 AM)Daegor42 Wrote:
(Jul. 23, 2010  7:35 AM)Kei Wrote: It's so great to see you guys stepping up to host tournaments; the Toronto Beyblade community truly is the best! Grin

Internet high five!

(Jul. 23, 2010  7:35 AM)Kei Wrote: What was "off" with it? It was Round Robin Block System and everything happened as it should have. Obviously every tournament is going to run into some sort of confusion at some point, but it was fairly minimal at HPT2.

His dad was talking to me about it during the tournament. Remember the round robin to determine who would fight for third/fourth? kool-kid's dad was saying that since he beat the fourth place guy to get to the fight, he should have been given a by (is that the right spelling?) and been
declared third on the spot.

LOL not to be rude, but having your dad there is kinda akward Tongue_out
and having him dicuss with other players is creepy :0
wow the Canadians are going crazy with tournaments anyways have fun guys don't fall out with people just because they beat you OK i have met some bladers that go crazy whenever they lose HAVE FUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(Jul. 23, 2010  7:43 AM)Daegor42 Wrote: His dad was talking to me about it during the tournament. Remember the round robin to determine who would fight for third/fourth? kool-kid's dad was saying that since he beat the fourth place guy to get to the fight, he should have been given a by (is that the right spelling?) and been declared third on the spot.

No matter what happened, because there was three people, one person was going to win both of their matches. I understand his logic, but the point of that round robin was to determine who would face each other for third/fourth, it didn't matter who beat who in it. It wouldn't have mattered if it had been a four way tie for those spots instead of three; a round robin would have been done to determine who faced who in the third/fourth match. There always has to be a first/second match, and a third/fourth match. I don't see how giving someone a by into one of those spots would be fair.

And besides this, I'm sure there were plenty of instances where someone beat another person earlier in the tournament, or in the final eight round robin, yet what mattered in the end was their overall record. That's the point of Round Robin.

Anyways, let's get back on-topic here. kool-kid, if there is anything else you can feel free to PM me.
Hi it's smano and this is my third official beyblade tournament! So sign me up!!!
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Can you please sign smano up for this tournament! also i will be selling
Place me under the possible attendees list, hopefully I'll be able to show.
(Jul. 21, 2010  1:38 AM)kool-kid9980 Wrote: Maybe, But if i do come, and if it is a tournament, i would like to help out with reffing, and helping with the tournament system.
The HPT2 tournament system was a little off, like my dad was telling me. I have a better and fair way of dividing and putting people in the right ranking.
Also, MIGHT even put up some prizes of my own.

ya ill come mayby where is is it
You should at least take time to read the first post.
High Park, from Bloor Entrance.

And why are you quoting kool's post?
I will be attending! Although, to be on the safe side, put me on possible. Grin
(Jul. 24, 2010  12:03 AM)Pyro Wrote: And why are you quoting kool's post?

Cuz im cool like that?
Why am I under the attendees list? I asked to be placed under the possible attendees list, lol. I'll let you know if I can come for sure.
is it metalfusion?\
(Jul. 24, 2010  3:03 PM)zezima Wrote: is it metalfusion?\

It's Standard Format. Only Beyblade: Metal Fusion/Metal Fight Beyblades are allowed.

So... yes, it is Metal Fusion.
Can we bring metal fusion blades?
of course you can