|Organized by LordAvalon|
Welcome to the Silver Tempest Standard Tournament hosted by LordAvalon! The details below are as follows:
Decks must be Limitless Standard legal. All current bans apply. Silver Tempest will be allowed.
Tournament will be 6 Swiss rounds (Best of 1, 30 min rounds), with no tie points. Player cap will be set at 40.
5 minute check in at the start of each match. Players who fail to check in will lose the match. Players who fail to check in for two rounds in a row will be disqualified.
Rounds will end when everyone finishes or when the timer runs out. Players who go over the time limit will receive a tie score.
Prize is Silver Tempest given to everyone who participates. I cannot promise you will receive your code if you leave early.
Twitch Streamers can get a free second code if they stream the tournament and comment in the Discord channel #TwitchStreamers. Available only to the first 10 per tournament.
Prizes will be distruibuted via Limitless at the end of the tournament, and no sooner. Please give me up to 15 minutes to distribute.
To collect your code at the end of the tournament:
- click your limitless tcg dashboard
- go to history
- click on prizes
- collect your code
If there any problems, contact @LordAvalon through Discord via the channel link or ask for the admin during matches. Keep in mind, I reserve the right to kick players for misconduct or bad sportsmanship. If you lost due to a bug, there will be no do overs.
The tournament will take place at 5PM CST on November 19th. Check in starts at 4PM CST on the day of the tournament.
Remember to register, submit your deck list and check in if you wish to participate in the tournament before it begins at 5PM!!!
Link to guide video on how to register, submit a deck list, and check in by Celio Network: https://youtu.be/UqS5RNjn5ic
Join the Discord listed on the tournament page to keep up to date on announcements or questions. Have fun and I wish you the best of luck!
If you see a large number already registered for the tournament, don't be discouraged. Most don't submit deck lists and check in after registering and thus don't actually participate in the tournament. So if you want to join, register anyway. You are more likely to get in than you think.