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Angepinnt Melee @ Meltdown Berlin #18 17.01.2015

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    • Melee @ Meltdown Berlin #18 17.01.2015

      Hallo liebe Berliner,

      Seit ein paar Wochen bin ich an einer Sache dran, damit in Berlin wieder heftig Melee ausgeübt werden kann.
      Das ganze soll im Meltdown Berlin stattfinden.
      Wer es nicht kennt, es ist eine eSports Bar in der Urbanstr. 87, wo man neben Bier und Schnaps am Tresen auch gemütlich ne Runde LoL/Dota/SC2 oder an der Xbox SF/Tekken/Guitar Hero etc. zocken kann. Wöchentlich sind dort auch Turniere und nun haben mich bei meinem letzten Besuch die neuen Besitzer des Ladens drauf angesprochen, ob man nicht eine kleine Retroecke machen könnte, wo dann einmal monatlich an einem Samstag ein Melee Turnier veranstaltet wird.


      Infos:

      Wann?
      Samstag der 11.01.14
      Anmeldung ab 19:00
      Beginn 20:00

      Wo?
      Meltdown Berlin
      Urbanstrasse 87
      10967 Berlin

      Stream
      live.tournament-central.de/ <- Streampage mit Bracket und 360p-Stream
      http://www.twitch.tv/germansmash


      Rules
      .

      General Rules

      Singles Stage List

      Starters/Neutrals:
      Yoshi’s Story
      Fountain of Dreams - banned in Doubles
      Battlefield
      Final Destination
      Dream Land

      Counterpick:
      Pokemon Stadium - neutral in Doubles

      General Rules

      Items are set to off
      Stock and time are set to 4 stock and 8 minutes, respectively
      Wobbling is not banned (EVO Version)
      Double Blind: If elected
      Contest Port Priority: If elected
      Neutral Start: If elected
      DSR Modified will be used
      Gentleman’s Clause
      Forced Character Selection: Off

      Matches that time out will be determined by the remaining number of lives, then percentage of the current stock. In the event of a percentage tie, the match should be replayed in full. Sudden Death is not to be played, and will not count. A player/team may not counterpick to the stage they last won on. This includes the first match won via stage striking.

      Pausing the game shall only be legal while either player remains upon their OWN respawn platform, and only for the purpose of summoning a tournament official or in the case of a controller malfunction. All other pauses will incur a stock loss to the player who pauses the game.
      Any coaching that happens during the match (but not in between matches) is restricted. Players who violate this rule will receive a warning (BOTH the player AND the person coaching the player) on the first attempt. Players who violate this rule after a warning will be disqualified from the event and a possible ejection from the venue.

      Players are to attend their matches at the designated times they are called. If you are late to a match, the following rules will be applied based on the amount of time:
      If you are 5 minutes late: Results in a match loss
      If you are 10 minutes late: Results in a set loss
      These times will be strictly enforced to make sure that each player will enjoy the full event on a timely manner.

      The M2K Rule:
      By entering the tournament you agree to play your matches on the setup requested by a TO (whether it be a stream, recording, or non-recording setup).

      Additional Rules for Teams Play

      Team Attack: ON
      Life Stealing is allowed
      If the game is paused accidentally while attempting to steal a life, the opposing team may deem that life forfeit. Wait until the announcer has finished saying defeated before pressing start, or turn pause off prior to beginning the match.

      How to Play a Set

      Players select their characters. Either player may elect to Double Blind
      Use Stage Striking to determine the first stage
      The players play the first match of the set
      Prior to starting this match, either player may elect to Contest Port Priority or Neutral Start. Note: Only one of these two may be used, as both have a built in Port Selection mechanism using RPS. If there is a situation where a player would like to change which option they elected after playing the game of RPS, it is the opponent’s choice to allow it. The results from the previously played game of RPS will carry over.
      Winning player of the preceding match bans a stage/stages (if applicable).
      For Best of 3 sets, each player gets 1 stage ban.
      For Best of 5 sets, there are no stage bans.
      The losing player of the preceding match picks a stage for the next match.
      The winning player of the preceding match may choose to change characters.
      The losing player of the preceding match may choose to change characters.
      The losing player of the preceding match gets first pick of port. Either player may elect for a
      Neutral Start, but RPS will not be played to determine first pick.
      The next match is played.
      Repeat Steps 4 through 9 for all subsequent matches until the set is complete.
      Term Definitions

      Double Blind: Either player may request that a double blind selection occur. In this situation, a 3rd party should be told, in secret, each of player’s choices for the first round. Both players are to then select their first round character, with the 3rd party validating that the character selected is the same as their word.
      Contest Port Priority: If an agreement cannot be made as to who gets what port, the players may enact a best of 1 game of Rock Paper Scissors. Winner gets their port selection, loser selects any other port.
      Neutral Start: Either player may enact this rule. Once enacted, both players may only use one of the two “Neutral Starting Positions”. A best of one game of Rock Paper Scissors may be used to determine who gets the higher port. If one player elects to Contest Port Priority and the other elects to Neutral Start, Neutral Start takes priority.

      Singles:
      Stage Port 1 Port 2 Port 3 Port 4
      FD 1 2
      FoD 1 2
      YS 1 2
      DL 2 4
      BF 3 4
      PS 3 4

      Doubles:

      Stage Port 1 Port 2 Port 3 Port 4
      FD Team A Team B Team A Team B
      PS Team A Team B Team B Team A
      BF Team A Team B Team B Team A
      YS Team A Team B Team B Team A
      DL Team A Team B Team B Team A

      DSR Modified: A player/team may not counterpick to the stage they last won on. This includes the first match won via stage striking.
      Gentleman’s Clause Advanced: Any stage may be played on if both players agree to it. This rule takes priority over DSR. If a match is played and any disagreements come up afterwards (like stage bans were not used, the stage would be banned due to DSR, the set is actually Bo3 but played Bo5, etc.), the stage and the match count as agreed on. In case of ambiguity talk to a TO before the set/match is played.
      Forced Character Selection: The losing player once had the option to select Random Stage as their counterpick and remove the option to change characters from the winner of the previous round. This is no longer legal. If a player wishes to select Random Stage as their counterpick, the winner of the previous round may choose to change their character.

      Stage Striking: Players eliminate stages from the Starter/Neutral list until there is one stage remaining.
      Players strike stages in this order:
      Strike Player 1 Player 2
      Strike 1 - 1
      Strike 2 - 2
      Strike 3 - 2
      Strike 4 - 1

      Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 10 mal editiert, zuletzt von Liva () aus folgendem Grund: Aktualisierung des OP

    • Melee ? Alkohol? GUITAR HERO SPIELBAR? Was ist das denn für ne geile Bar :D
      110% confirmed lol

      e: War da schonmal jemand? Kann man da einfach hingehen und abspasten? :x):
      Hab mir ma deren FB-Page angesehen, ich feier diese eSports Bar gerade xD

      Dieser Beitrag wurde bereits 1 mal editiert, zuletzt von Liva ()

    • Das ganze we ist EVO gucken da im Livestream und SF Turniere sind da schon monatlich seit der Eröffnung. ;) Es soll hier jetzt nicht um die Meltdown Aktivitäten allgemein gehen sondern wer am 27ten zum ersten Melee Turnier da ist.
    • Wird wohl (Barmäßig) Abends sein. War gestern mal da und hab en bisschen gequatscht, wird wohl wie alle Turniere dort 20Uhr beginnen.
      Hab gestern auch das 100%ig "Go" dafür bekommen und der 27.7 ist jetzt fix.
      Positiv ist, wenn irgendwas an Hardware gebraucht wird, muss ich nur bescheid geben und das Meltdown kauft es sofort. Die kümmern sich um alles und ich muss nur sagen was gebraucht wird.

      Mein Anliegen wäre jetzt noch, wer kennt sich von den Berlinern mit Streaming und der Verkabelung aus? Es soll so ablaufen, dass die Matchs über die Meltdownleinwand abgespielt werden, bzw. auf die umliegenden TVs gestreamt. Hab von dem Kram keine Ahnung, also haut mal raus, wie das geht und was man braucht.
    • FUCK, diesen Monat kann ich nicht, aber ich werde wohl danach einmal im monat nach Berlin fahren müssen...

      machen die auch werbung für ihr programm?!
      Das wäre ne coole sache für die community ^^
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