The rulebook used by VGBootCamp for their majors – Glitch and Pound. A set of rules used by Smash Champion Hungrybox for The Box series. The full set of rules is available here. There is also a variation of this rule set that adds Small Battlefield as a Counterpick level called The Box (SBF Edition). If Ultimate Singles (no stage selection) or Custom Rule Set is selected, players will not be prompted to make a stage selection on start.gg. Note: This is the recommended option if you are running a rule set that is not listed on this page. Players can use their match chat start.gg to communicate the stage selection. Even the Matchup Gaming rulebook for Get on My Level 2020, a Canadian National Smash Bros. This is a set of rules developed by L4st, TO for The Box series with Hollow Bastion. Tournament Legal describes the generally accepted rules and settings for use in competitive smash tournaments. In the SSBU, many elements of the tournament rules are consistent at the majors, but are not set in stone. Some specific details vary from tournament to tournament, with some local tournaments having completely different rules depending on the objectives of the tournament. The official rulebook of Collision Online, an online Ultimate Major.
The following stages are rarely used in large tournaments, but can still be found in small tournaments and Nintendo tournaments. These levels can also be used in competitive play via the gentleman`s rule. This is a set of rules once used by VGBC for its tournaments before the start of the Smash World Tour. A set of rules for start.gg is the set of tasks that players perform through online tournament games. These are mainly used to automate online tournaments and are usually not enabled for in-person tournaments. The rule sets listed below are officially supported on start.gg. The official Genesis rulebook, one of the biggest Smash Bros. events in the world. Start.gg currently has a small selection of rule sets enabled for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which can be selected during the event creation process for your tournament page. When you activate a set of rules for your Ultimate tournament, players can make character and level selections in their start.gg game window. While the verdict may change from local to local, most Super Smash Bros.
Ultimate have the same rules to keep the scene consistent. Here are the main rules of the tournament that are followed: I feel like it`s so stupid to keep it banned for these little cases anyway. Oh no, the images constantly fall a little, as you`d expect from an action that no one ever does. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Singles and Doubles RulesBest of 3 GamesBest of 5 Games for Top 4 (Losing Semifinals, Losers` Finals, Winners` Finals, Grand Finals)Stock: 3Time: 7 minutesHandicap: OffDamage Report: 1.0xArticles: OffFinal Smash Counter: OffCustom Balance: OffUnderdog Support: OffPause: OffMii Fighters are legal with any combination of specials. Smash Radar: SmallStage List: Starter*Battlefield*Small Battlefield*Final Objective*Sacred Bastion*Pokémon Stadium 2Counterpick Levels**Northern Cave*City and City Level Selection ClausesThe winner of the previous game will block 2 levels. Players can choose a level they have already won ProcedurePlayers choose their characters. Each player can opt for double-blind character selection.1. Use Starter Stage Striking to determine the first step.2. Players play the first game in the series.3.
The winner of the previous game will block 2 levels.4. The losing player from the previous game chooses a level for the next game.5. The winner of the previous game can decide to change characters.6. The losing player from the previous game can choose to change characters.7. The next game is played.8.Repeat steps 3 through 7 for all subsequent games until the set is complete. Players can choose any LEGAL level of the TOURNAMENT if they both agree. Double-blind character selectionBoth players can request double-blind selection. In this situation, a referee or third party is secretly informed of each player`s decisions for the first round.
Both players must then select their character in the first round, with the referee validating the character selection. Stage Striking players play a best-of-1 stone and paper chisel and the winner locks 1 of the starting stages. The loser then locks 2 starting stages and the winner chooses from the two remaining starting phases. However, if this is not the case, the pause is only legal as long as one of the players remains on their own respawn platform, and only for the purpose of summoning a tournament official or in case of a malfunction of the controller. Any other pause will result in a loss of stock for the player who pauses the game. If the break causes the opponent to lose an action, the player who pauses loses 2 shares. StallingThe stalling or intentional inplayability of the game is prohibited and is at the discretion of the tournament staff. Stall includes, but is not limited to, becoming invisible, continuing to exceed infinity by 300%, and reaching a position that your opponent will never be able to reach. Blocking will result in the loss of the game for the player who initiated the action. Self-destruct movesWhen a game ends with a self-destruct move, the results screen determines the winner.
In the case of sudden death, the usual rules for sudden death apply. When a game goes to sudden death, the winner is determined by stocks and percentage at the time of the end of the game. When the timer expires, the player with the highest number of shares is the winner. If both players are linked to stocks, the player with the lowest percentage is the winner. In the event of a percentage tie or a match where both players lose their last stick at the same time, a 1-stick tiebreaker will be played with a time limit of 2 minutes. The results of a 300% sudden death in the game do not count. When sudden death occurs in a sudden death game, this process is repeated. Counter pickingEach player has 60 seconds between each game to inform his opponent of his counter-pick. If no counter-choice is selected during this period, a judge should be hired; They have to enjoy their timeout or abandon that particular game.
The winner of the previous game will ban 3 stages in a Best of 3, and 2 levels in a Best of 5 Small Battlefield is one of the downloadable stages of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. This is the first and only phase you get immediately by updating the game, where the level in 8.1.0 is added. Fountain of Dreams is like my favorite scene next to Kalos. Perhaps the most discussed rules in competitive ultimate are the absence of items and the specific levels to play at. There are over 100 stages in Ultimate, but not all of them are legal in tournaments, although there is no universally accepted list of stages at the moment. While Nintendo-sponsored events should have resulted in a defined set of rules, this was not the case. Maybe I`m not used to it, but it`s really hard to see some things/characters. But it`s beautiful.
This guy on Twitter came up with the idea of running dangers mixed almost perfectly. In fact, I think it would save time and you would never run the risk of choosing the wrong level of danger. Check it out This will be my favorite patch when it gives us legal Fountain of Dreams However, unlike most eSports titles, the Super Smash Bros. series hasn`t had the backing of its publisher, Nintendo, in the past. Competitions are organized by individual tournament organizers and they have to set their own rules for games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. With this in mind, the food in Yoshi`s story rewards the control/advantage of the scene, as hitting the shy guy and eating is an obligation that can be punished. The risk of doing it neutrally is high, and although the risk of doing it with an advantage is lower, the reward is usually around a 5% cure and rarely more than 10%. They can also drop a juggler, edge protector or rocker device to eat. Randall is more efficient than food will ever be. Fountain of Dreams (with platforms moving up and down) (still image drop in a preview patch) Don`t worry, we have more events like this to explore! After the first battle, the losing player can now choose a counter-choice level.
These are levels that cannot be starting stages, but in most tournaments, in addition to the starting stages mentioned above, they can be selected as counter-choice, which can also be used as counter-choice: Each tournament also has its own rules for athletics and behavior. This includes behavior such as „stalling,” in which a game is intentionally prolonged without dealing with the opponent. These rules are left to the discretion of the individual tournament organizers. Tournaments just need to start using the steps they want more to force change. Doesn`t Hazards on Yoshi`s story still have shy guys dropping food? Counter-choice levels are only available in game 2 and from a set. The winner of the previous game will ban 1-2 levels – as many as requested. And then the loser of the previous game chooses from the remaining available levels. Since version 8.1.0, with Battlefield, Big Battlefield and Final Destination, this would now include all music from all universes represented in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Some tournaments prohibit certain phases that are allowed in others.
Most tournament organizers agree that stages that change shape during combat should be banned. A floating platform is usually allowed and is often seen on popular competition stages such as Smashville. Dreamland 64 (imo different enough to make it legal, always fine if it doesn`t) The following steps appear on the start lists of virtually every tournament, meaning they can be selected for any game in a game: In the rare cases where players have the same percentage, there is a tiebreaker.