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Tired of smack talk? Bored of BowlBot? Longing for more than Looking For Game? Want to take part in a tournament anyone can enter anytime, no questions asked? Then it's time to start Brawling.
BAR Brawls (Black Box And Ranked Brawls) are semi legal 'street' Bloodbowl tournaments. For the B and R division teams that don't want to be judged for the bling they carry. BBB is for teams that just want to tear it up, against all comers and see who is standing at the end.
So if you want in, you can have in.
But don't say you weren't warned.
Any B or R Division team may apply. Coaches may enter as many teams as they like but will be sorted into a Hi or Lo bracket (see below). CAUTION: coaches should limit the number of teams they enter according to how many games they would be able to schedule and play in a week.
Bar Brawls are a 'sit-n-go' tourney and will be run on the KotH system, meaning the second round pairing will be generated randomly after the first round is complete.
Because it is a 'sit-n-go' style tourney, as soon as there are 8 coaches with individual teams entered for either the Hi or Lo bracket the brawl draw(s) will be made. A brawl will consist of 8 teams. The draw will follow this process:
1. Teams at or above 1810 TW will be placed in the Hi bracket while those at between 1410 and 1800 TW or below will be entred into the Mid bracket while all those 1400 and lower TW will be entered into the Lo bracket.
2. To ensure no coach has two teams drawn in the same brawl, the lowest TW-valued team(s) of coaches who have entered many teams will not be considered for the draw if they have entered more teams than the maximum possible number of brawls for that draw.
3. Deadline for the first round is one week and one day from the draw date of the tournament.
4. Teams entered for over a month and not receiving a draw will be booted from the partipant pool. This is to ensure my sanity and make sure you don't get doublebooked.
Bragging rights and a permanent record in your player profile.