Marvel Crisis Protocol: Scottish GP Two Day Event

£10.00

10:00 – 17:30

50 in stock

Description

Max Players: 64 (All Bookable Online)

System: Marvel Crisis Protocol by Atomic Mass Games

Hosts: Allan Gibb & Friends

Age Bracket: 12+

Event Cost: £10 for Two Day Event

When: Saturday 10:00 to 17:30 and Sunday 10:00 to 17:30

Location: Miniature Zone (Main Hall)

Event Details: 

Event will be played over 6 rounds using Swiss pairing. 3 rounds will be played on the Saturday and 3 rounds on the Sunday.

In the first round, players are paired at random.

In subsequent rounds, players are placed into brackets with the players with the same number of Swiss points as each other (win = 3, draw = 1) and paired within that bracket with the player who has the nearest number of game points. In rare cases where there are odd numbers of players with the same Swiss record, a player may be paired up or down a bracket.

The event will follow the Challenger format and rosters must be uploaded to the event listing on Longshanks before midnight on Wednesday 4th September 2024.
Longshanks event link will be added in due course.

The Banned and Restricted lists should be carefully consulted before submitting your roster.

The event will be rated on Longshanks, meaning your results will contribute to your standings.

The event will follow all the rules from the Marvel Crisis Protocol rulebook: MCP: Organized Play Website

Player Info:

Players need to bring a 10 hero roster in line with the Atomic Mass Games Challenger Event organised play document on the MCP: Organized Play Website.

This consists of 10 character miniatures, 10 team tactics cards, 6 crisis cards (3 extractions 3 secures), measuring tools, dice and tokens.

Players are also encouraged to bring mats and terrain pieces to support the event host in bringing the event to Tabletop Scotland 2024.

Event Schedule:

Saturday 7th September 2024

10:00 – 10:15 : Registration

10:15 – 10:30 : Briefing

10:30 – 12:15 : Round One

12:15 – 13:15 : Lunch

13:15 – 15:00 : Round Two

15:15 – 17:00 : Round Three

17:00 – 17:30 : Wrap Up & Tidy Up

 

Sunday 8th September 2024

10:00 – 10:15 : Briefing

10:15 – 12:00 : Round Four

12:00 – 13:00 : Lunch + Best Painted Voting

13:00 – 14:45 : Round Five

15:00 – 16:45 : Round Six

17:00 – 17:30 : Awards + Close

End of Round

The TO will provide updates on the time remaining of each round, once time up is announced then it’s dice down.

Scoring & Winning

To calculate final standings, wins are the first metric, followed by margin of victory, followed by strength of schedule, followed by total victory points.

Prizes:

Prizes are To Be Confirmed at this time. The event will have official support from Atomic Mass Games / Asmodee UK.

Best Painted Award:

This event features an award for Best Painted Roster. During lunch on the Sunday, all players will be asked to cast a single vote for which roster they think looks the best, taking into account overall effect, painting skill, and creativity.

If players don’t want their roster to be entered into the Best Painted Award then they can remove themselves at any time from that voting.

Painting Minimum Standards:

There is no minimum painting standard for participation in this event.

All miniatures in the player’s roster must comply with the Miniatures subsection of the Player Responsibilities section in the Challenge Event rules packet.

Conduct:

Alongside the code of conduct of the convention. We expect all players to demonstrate sporting conduct throughout the event. In terms of games, this means knowing and abiding by the rules of the game, ensuring both players are aware of the state of the game and ensuring your opponent maintains the same standards.

Stalling, rolling dice unfairly, consistently misplaying or misrepresenting rules and other forms of unsporting conduct will be acted upon by the TO. This extends to good personal conduct. Players should act appropriately and do nothing to make any other person feel less than perfectly safe and welcome.

Any player who feels unsporting conduct is taking place should speak to the TO. If you feel the issue may affect the outcome of a game in progress, you must alert the TO during the game. Unsporting conduct may result in deduction of tournament points, and serious or repeated offences may result in automatic game losses or disqualification.