Feel free to post a question below, and if needed, I'll add it to the FAQ. If you have a comment on the rules, let me know.
- No illegal Pokemon. Period. If you're Pokemon's illegal, and you use it in one of the tournaments, you'll be banned from the tournaments for a month. Pokesav'ed Pokemon are fine, but keep the move-sets, EV's, and I'Vs legal.
- Only use appropriately tiered Pokemon for that tier tournament. If no tier is specified, you're free to use whatever Pokemon you want to, but if a specific tier is listed, you may only use Pokemon of that tier. Tiers can be found here.
- If you lose a match, you lost that match. Don't complain, don't disconnect, and be respectful. If innapropriate conduct is reported, you'll be banned from the tournaments for two weeks.
- Don't create a tournament without permission from Kris or one of the TO's [Applications to be a TO will be posted soon].
- As always, have fun!
Q: What if I have to drop-out of a tournament?
A: Let Kris or one of the TO's know; if you don't drop out of every tournament you enter, and you have an excuse other than "I was bored of it", you'll be fine.
Q: How can I create my own tournament?
A: Contact Kris, or one of the TO's, and we'll say yes or no. As long as you're organized and committed, it'll usually be a yes.
Q: Will I be banned if my Wi-Fi disconnects, but I didn't mean for it to?
A: Of course not. Let Kris or one of the TO's know, and if it isn't the twentieth time that week it's happened, we'll be fine, and you and you're partner can arrange another time to battle.
Q: What are Live Tournaments?
A: Live Tournaments are exactly that -- tournaments that start at a set time period, and continue through that day or night until we have a winner. Live Tournaments are similar to the Weekly Tournaments, but are usually un-announced.
Q: Where can I find out more on competitive Pokemon?
A: Smogon University always has helpful information, and soon, I'll have a Peer2Tutor program up, if enough users are interested.