We play a shortened version of the game for tournament play. Climbs take about 20 minutes.
The first demo a player does enters them onto the scoreboard. This means the demos are the same as a round in the tournament, and we will hold demos until the Final.
Every subsequent game adds a new score to a player’s ranking. Scores are equal to victory points (flags) multiplied by number of players. The highest score possible is 12, the lowest is .4. A .4 beats out a 0 which means someone didn’t play.
Demos and qualifying games will be held on a rolling schedule. Meet at the tournament area and once enough people are assembled, a demo or qualifying game will begin.
You may make five attempts during the qualifying periods on Thursday, Friday and Saturday to earn a place in that day’s final. On Sunday, you may make three attempts to qualify for Sunday’s final.
At the end of the qualifying rounds a player’s scores are listed best to worst and compared to everyone else’s.
If there is a five+ way tie for first, or ties for fourth, we have tie breakers until four players remain. However with multple chances to play it’s unlikely there will be that many ties.
After tie breakers, the best four go on to play a full game with the original rules. Winner of the Final game wins that day’s tournament.
The winner of each day’s Final will receive a ticket to Pax Unplugged 2022 (four winners in total).
Note: Winners of the daily final may not win another PAX ticket.
The Fiat Lucre booth will be selling copies of the game. Here’s theirschedule.