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Side Note: Trainer Ang Zhi Qi (Zach) were disqualifed from the tournament as his Pokémon team were modified or created by external device. He will not be eligible to take part in any prized Tournament until 12 months later.
Event Name: Pokemon Nintendo DS Challenge
Event Venue: City Square Mall ( MAP )
Address: 180 Kitchener Road, Singapore 208539 ( Beside Farrer Park MRT Station )
Event Name: Pokémon NDS Winner's Cup Tournament
Event Date: 10 December (Sat)
Admission Time: 10:00am - 12nn
Event Briefing: 1pm - 3pm
Tournament Starts at 3pm
Pokemon Trainers who prove themselves worthy by defeating the Team Robo Elite 4 during the last 3 weeks of Challenge will be invited to participate this Tournament where fantastic prizes are awarded.
EVENT IS INVITATION ONLY.
Trainers who are invited to take part in this event will need to queue up for admission on the event day from 10am to 12nn. Trainers are required to fill in and submit an admission form (Available at the admission counter on the event day) that will record the details of the Pokemon and it's Trainer.
Team Robo will conduct an Event briefing from 1pm to 3pm on the day, before starting the Tournament.
Trainers who are late for the admission and the briefing will be penalized.
Event Format: Swiss + Single Elimination
In this format, Players will have to play a number of Swiss rounds appropriate for the number of players in attendance. Players are paired against other players with the same, or similar, match record.
After the initial swiss rounds, the top 8 players are seeded into Single Elimination Rounds where players are to play best of 3 matches; players will be eliminated when they lose a round.
The total number of swiss rounds will be announced at the event briefing before the start of the Tournament.
1st Place - Nintendo 3DS Pokemon Rumble Blast Video Game + 1st Place Medal
2nd Place - Nintendo 3DS Pokemon Rumble Blast Video Game + 2nd Place Medal
3rd Place - Nintendo 3DS Pokemon Rumble Blast Video Game + 3rd Place Medal
Pokemon Nintendo DS Challenge and Winner's Cup Tournament Rules & Regulations
1. Game Cards
Only legitimate North American versions of Pokémon Game Cards can be used.
2. Game Systems
Players may use any system in the Nintendo DS™ family of systems during the competition. This includes the Nintendo DS, Nintendo DS Lite™, Nintendo DSi™, Nintendo DSi XL™, and the Nintendo 3DS™. Players are responsible for bringing a charger that is compatible with their system.
3. Team Restrictions
Players may only use Pokémon that are legal for the tournament format. Players are responsible for ensuring that their team adheres to any restrictions set forth by the tournament format and this document.
Players may be restricted on what Pokémon can be used for a tournament based on that event’s format. However, there are some restrictions that are universal, regardless of tournament format.
- A player’s team cannot contain two Pokémon with the same Pokédex number
- Each Pokémon on a player’s team can hold an item, though no two Pokémon may hold the same item
- A player’s team cannot contain two Pokémon with the same nickname
- A player’s team cannot contain a Pokémon nicknamed with the name of another Pokémon (for example, an Unfezant named “Pidove”)
Pokémon may only use moves that have been learned through one of the following methods:
- By leveling up
- By TM or HM
- As an Egg move, through breeding
- From a character in the game
- Already learned by a Pokémon that was received at an official Pokémon event or promotion
3.3. External Devices
The use of external devices to modify or create items or Pokémon in a player’s party is expressly forbidden. Players found to have Pokémon or items that have been tampered with will be disqualified from competition, regardless of whether the Pokémon or items belong to that player or were traded for.
Players should only have Pokémon that they have raised themselves and items that they have received through normal game play. It is always the player’s responsibility to have legal Pokémon and items during the competition.
3.4. Battle format - Double Battle
In Double Battles, each player selects four Pokémon from his or her party of six to battle with. At the start of the battle, players send out the first two Pokémon in their party, making a total of four Pokémon on the battlefield. Game play continues until a player knocks out all four of his or her opponent’s Pokémon.
3.5. Pokémon Restriction - Modified Format
The Pokémon Modified format for 2011 - 2012 season will be used. The Modified format for the 2011– 2012 season will use the following restrictions:
- Only Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version Game Cards are permitted for use.
- Players may use Pokémon from the National Pokédex, from No. 001–646, that are caught in the game, transferred from a previous Pokémon title, or received at an official event or distribution
- The following Pokémon may not be on a player’s team:
o 150 – Mewtwo
o 151 – Mew
o 249 – Lugia
o 250 – Ho‐Oh
o 251 – Celebi
o 382 – Kyogre
o 383 – Groudon
o 384 – Rayquaza
o 385 – Jirachi
o 386 – Deoxys
o 483 – Dialga
o 484 – Palkia
o 487 – Giratina
o 489 – Phione
o 490 – Manaphy
o 491 – Darkrai
o 492 – Shaymin
o 493 – Arceus
o 494 – Victini
o 643 – Reshiram
o 644 – Zekrom
o 646 – Kyurem
 Pokémon above level 50 are permitted, but they are auto‐leveled down to 50 for the duration of battle.
 Pokémon below level 50 are permitted, they are auto‐leveled up to 50 for the duration of battle.
 Players may use Pokémon with Hidden Abilities that have been officially released via Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version, the Pokémon Global Link, or an official event or promotion.
Pokémon may not know the moves Sky Drop or Dark Void.
 The Wonder Launcher cannot be used during battle.
4. Match Resolution
A player wins by knocking out his or her opponent’s final Pokémon.
- If the player’s final Pokémon used Selfdestruct, Explosion, Destiny Bond, or Final Gambit, and both players’ final Pokémon are nocked out as a result, that player loses that game
- If a player’s final Pokémon used Double‐Edge, Volt Tackle, Flare Blitz, Take Down, Submission, Brave Bird, Wood Hammer, Head Smash, Struggle, or Wild Charge,
or was holding Life Orb, and both players’ final Pokémon are knocked out as a result, that player wins that game
- If both players’ final Pokémon is knocked out by a weather condition, such as Hail or Sandstorm, the player whose Pokémon is knocked out last wins the game
- If a Pokémon’s Ability or held item, such as Rough Skin, Aftermath, Liquid Ooze, Iron Barbs, or Rocky Helmet,
results in each player’s final Pokémon being knocked out, the player with the Ability or held item will win the game
A player who selects “Run” during a battle will count as the loser of that game, whether selected intentionally or not.
Caution: Read section 3.3 again.
Disclaimer: In the event of Dispute, decision of the Event Officials and Organizers are final.
Maxsoft Pte Ltd reserves the rights to amend any of the Rules and Regulations, or make changes to any of the prizes without prior notification.