just getting started on the Schedule, but if you'd like to
be an official game director, please email Christy
Park or Kyle Puttkammer.
below are the offical game gatherings being offered.
Join in and make GCQIII the best!e
We are proud to announce our headline game event!vent
Saturday December 30th - 2006 Dungeons & Dragons® Miniatures
Limited Championship Qualifier!
Format: D&D Minis Limited, Assault format.
Modified Swiss rounds - - run the required number of rounds
based on attendance
8 players 4 rounds 9-16 players 5 rounds 17-32 players 6 rounds
33-64 players 7 rounds p Qualifier!
1 case for prize support!
$5 plus the purchase price of the sealed-deck product.
Jason Marella & Alex
Duel Masters - 10am $5 entry
Yu-gi-oh - 1pm $10 entry (Major pack & promo prizes)
Zatchbell - 7pm $5 entry
World of Warcraft - 1pm $5 entry with $100 total cash
Monday - Draft day!
3pk x $2 special sale on Duel Masters! - 11am
3pk Yu-gi-oh - 3pm
6pk World of Warcraft (if available) - noon
Here's what Ihave so far...by the way,this is roman,regarding
the halo tourney for GCQIII. I have 4 different sub tournaments
that would work
1.main slayer tourney(slayer is the main,generic play mode,basically
highest entry fee,biggest prize
2.capture the flag team tourney,teams of 3 for best gameplay.smaller
entry fee and prize,but per person,team prizes
3. 2 on
2 team tourney,all teams of 2.entry fee per person rather
than per team for bigger prize support
tourney,free for all special game type,quite popular.smallest
fee and prize due to all individuals
to suggestions for fee's and prize.
tournaments should be on a single elimination grid. Consolation
prizes for things such as best teamwork,best sportsmanship,best
hit percentage/aim,ect. should be given out at the end to
keep the eliminated people interested,and to keep them from
leaving once out. I'm working on the tournament grid system,but
I dont have any way of showing you over e-mail, I can show
you in person on friday or saturday. please send feedback,
your awesomest customer, Roman
It’s Alex Myford, Yu-gi-oh
Entrance Fee: $10 Entrance Perks (Basically what we give them
for signing up):
1 x pack of the current booster (Current Booster is going to
be Cyberdark Impact)
1 x Promo Card (Dragon Master Knight)
Times: 1:00pm-6:00pm (maybe until 7:00pm)
1st Place: 1 x 1st place trophy 1 x box of current booster
(Current Booster is going to be Cyberdark Impact) 3 x Promo
1 x 2nd place trophy 12 x packs of current booster (“”) 2
x Promo Cards
1 x 3rd place trophy 6 x packs of current booster (“”) 1 x
4th – 8th places: 2 x packs of current booster (“”)
1 x pack of current booster So basically everyone that enters
will receive at least 2 packs for the entrée fee as well as
For the trophies, we can probably get them custom made from
a trophy shop…
the Organization, I will organize it with the program (mantis)
provided by upperdeck…for judging, I will probably find a
head judge (Level 3, hopefully) and then there will be side
judges. I will provide for them all the rules and regulations
that they need to know…If I can’t find a head judge, I will
be it(would like to be, anyway).
Mad Scientist University
Mad Scientist University is a party game for 3-7 people,
and a fun and creative way to find out how you and your friends
think. The students essentially have to describe how they
would use weird stuff to attain weird goals, and their performance
is judged accordingly. How would you take over the world using
slugs? Have you ever had any great ideas on utilizing aluminum
cans to find a roommate? Do you want to know how to split
the atom with pizza? If you have a sinisterly creative mind,
you should enroll in Mad Scientist University! Put your evil
genius to work!
for copies of the game: 3 on Saturday, 3 on Sunday, 1 on Monday,
and then a 'grand finale' between the winners. Noon/six/midnight,
as long as I'm doing the late-night thing with everyone else.
We can be found at http://www.raidingpartygames.com,
and the best game overview (with images) is at http://www.raidingpartygames.com/msu.htm