The Australian regionals season kicks off in Brisbane next week, heralding the beginning of high-level organised play events in Australia. This is an exciting time for all as those players with dreams of fame, fortune and glory slug it out. We want this to be a fun and enjoyable competitive experience for all players.
As part of your preparation for regionals, please review the key tournament documents that will help you, your fellow players and the judges and tournament organisers running these events. Your first stop to help you understand current rulings regarding cards in your deck and how they interact should be the Current Rulings Document. We also recommend the Dragon Ball Z TCG Wikia for additional clarifications.
Time should also be invested in reading the current Tournament Guidelines found on Panini’s web site. It outlines the conduct required of you as a player, and what to expect in terms of rules enforcement.
As part of the requirements for regional level events, you must submit a deck list at registration. Random deck checks will occur throughout the event. You can find a copy of the deck list registration form at https://paniniamericadbz.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/dbz20decklist202t.pdf
To ensure everybody enjoys their regionals experience and to help you get the most out of the day, we would like to draw your attention to the following:
- Guidelines indicate card effects are the responsibility of both players.
- Please make sure you are paying attention to the game state at all times to the best of your ability.
- We are all human. Mistakes sometimes happen. Please remember this when dealing with players, judges, store staff and tournament organisers.
- Games will be streamed or recorded where streaming facilities are not available.
Have fun! We’re all here because we love the game, so make sure you take the time to enjoy your experience! We hope everyone has a great time and we look forward to seeing as many of you as we can around the country in the lead up to Australian Dragon Ball Z TCG Nationals in October.