Smash UltimatePosted by Matt Hinkel August 26, 2019
- Games will be played 2v2
- Regular Season: Each school will have 3 teams and can rotate players every week. Players may only play on 1 team a day.
- Playoffs and State: Each School will be allowed 3 Varsity Teams and 2 Alternates. The Alternates can play on any of the teams but only 1 team per day.
- Stocks: 3
- Time: 7:00
- Team Attack: Off
- Stage Hazards: Off
- Items: Off
- Final Smash Meter: Off
- Spirits: Off
- Damage Handicap: Off
- Launch Rate: 1.0x
- Legal “Normal” Stages:
- Final Destination*
- Pokémon Stadium 2
- Town and City
- Kalos Pokémon League
- Yoshi’s Island
- *Battlefield and Omega forms of all stages are legal except for the following:
- Dreamland (Game Boy)
- Flat Zone X
- Super Mario Maker
- Mute City (SNES)
- Duck Hunt
- Windy Hill Zone
- Susaku Castle
- First stage pick is determined by Home Team or Tournament director, and stage picks afterward are the choice of the loser of the previous stage
- Winner of a stage must stick with their same character for the next map
- Unless agreed upon by all players, the same stage cannot be picked twice
- Regular season games will be at least 1 game or can be a Best of 3. Before matches begin, coaches will decide this based on time and amount of games played.
- Playoffs will be Best of 3
- Controllers: Joy-Cons, GameCube controllers, Nintendo Pro Controllers (third party controllers are allowed as long as they are third party versions of the GameCube or Pro Controllers)
- DLC characters cannot be played in tournaments for the first 2 weeks after their release, no other characters are banned from tournament play
- Miis: Banned
- Amiibos: Banned
- If the game ends in a self destruct move (Hero’s Kamikaze), the results of the match is determined by the end result screen
- If games are scheduled to play, and a team is not present or able to play at the scheduled time, the team not present will forfeit the match and will be recorded as a loss. This does not include instances of something out of the team’s controll, ie snow day, internet outage, etc.
Smash games played online will require EACH player to be on a Nintendo Switch and players will need to have Nintendo Online.