The Pokemon Society: Interforums Tournament 2011 - Round 2
The Pokemon Society - Interforums Tournament 2011
How Round 2 will work:
There are 36 participants that have made it to Round 2.
Of those 36 participants, 6 of each were placed in 6 tables. They were all seperated by the community they are representing and by the amount of points they had tallied up in Round 1.
All users that have made it to this round must battle ALL 5 of the other users on that SAME table before the deadline.
Just like Round 1, a win will grant you 4 points and a loss will grant you 1 point. There will not be any draws this round, meaning if a draw occurs, you must re-do the battle with different teams. If there's any controversy behind the draw, then you must notidy me (Eternal).
Only the top two players of each table will make it to Round 3.
This round and the future rounds of this tournament are strictly standard Gen 5 OU (Wifi).
Some new Battling Rules have been added to this round (please make sure you're aware of them before battling).
Uber Clause - All Ubers are prohibited from this tournament. This will include Blaziken. Meaning you can't have Blaziken in your team.
Brightpowder Clause - No Pokemon may hold the item "Brightpowder."
Drizzle + Swift Swim Clause - Your team cannot have the ability Drizzle and Swift Swim coexisting together.
Species Clause - You cannot use more than one of the same pokemon in your team.
Freeze Clause - You cannot freeze more than one pokemon.
OHKO Clause - Any moves that induce an instant KO like Horn Drill are banned.
Sleep Clause - You cannot put more than one of the opposing Pokemon to sleep.
Wi-Fi Battle - Must be on if the battle is in the Wifi tier.
Timer - Please turn on the timer function.
Dis/Allow Spectators - It is up to both you and your opponent whether to allow spectators or not. If one of you wish to not allow spectators, then Disallowing Spectators will take priority.
Save Battle Logs - Make sure to save all your battle logs. If there are any disputes between any battles, then these logs will come in handy.