Star Wars Imperial Assault Store Championship, August 26th
Location: The Game Shoppe Bellevue
1406 Harlan Dr
Bellevue, NE 68005
Date: August 26th
Registration Time: 9:30am-10:15am
Preregistration is encouraged, as these types of events fill up fast. Prepaid preregistration will be honored first, walk-ins will be allowed, if space allows.
Dice Roll: 10:30am
Format: Constructed, 40 points
RSVP to our event on Facebook. You may also preregister at either of our locations in store only.
Playmats If official Star Wars: Imperial Assault map tiles are not used, only official FFG Imperial Assault Skirmish Mats are allowed. If you are able, please bring your map tiles or official FFG Imperial Assault Skirmish Mats.
Players are responsible for bringing all of the game components they need to play a game of Star Wars: Imperial Assault. This includes all models, Deployment cards, Skirmish Upgrade cards, and tokens. In addition, they must bring sufficient dice for attack and defense rolls, a Command deck, and all legal map tiles (or official Imperial Assault Skirmish Maps) and Mission cards. When an army list is required, players should bring a completed list or arrive at the venue early to fill one out.
Each player must build one army to use in a tournament. An army cannot exceed 40 deployment points, though it may contain fewer than 40 deployment points. A player may choose to field a Rebel, an Imperial, or a Mercenary army.
Players must use the same army for the duration of the tournament.
Some events require players to submit an army list, including all associated deployment cards, total army points and command deck to the organizer before the start of the tournament.
If a player uses a deployment card with the same name and army points as a different component available, he or she must uniquely identify that card. The recommended way to uniquely identify a card is by including the full name of the product in which the card appeared in parenthesis. A player can ask a leader for specific instructions if they are unsure of the best method to uniquely identify a card.
Unique identification example: Veronica includes Luke Skywalker in her army. While the original Luke Skywalker card has a different cost than the Jedi Knight version, Veronica wants to make it clear which version she is using. Veronica writes “Luke Skywalker (Luke Skywalker Jedi Knight Ally Pack)” on her army list.
If a leader discovers a player’s army list is missing appropriate information, he or she should find that player immediately and update the army list based on the cards the player is using. If this would result in a significant and potentially advantageous change, the leader should consider investigating for possible cheating.
Tournament Round Times
Each tournament round of Star Wars: Imperial Assault is a predetermined length, giving players a certain amount of time to complete their games. This length includes time for setup. A leader should start the timer for a tournament round after most players have found their seats and begun to set up. If a game has not concluded when the time for a tournament round runs out, the players finish the current game round and then calculate their scores (see “End of Round” on page 14). A tournament round’s length varies depending on the type of round.
-Swiss Rounds: 65 minutes each
-Single Elimination Rounds (except Final): 65 minutes each
-Final Single Elimination Round: 105 minutes
The basic tournament structure is designed to be very accessible, especially for newer participants. This structure provides a tournament experience that requires a modest commitment of time and resources from organizers and players. The Basic Structure is used for Store Championship events.
About the Venue
We sell snacks and drinks such as soda, chips and candy bars. We do not allow outside food and drinks, such as: bags of chips, outside bottles of soda (2 liters) and so on. If you are bringing in your meal and a drink is included, that is the exception.
We have several fast food options near the store, four of which are within walking distance:
Korean Grill https://goo.gl/maps/
Taco John’s https://goo.gl/maps/
Jimmy John’s https://goo.gl/maps/
If traveling from out of town, we have several hotels close by. If there is enough interest, we will see about getting a block or rooms at a discounted rate for the folks traveling in.
Tournament Regulations may be found here: https://