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Pokemon Go Community Day Rules

Saturday 1PM - Signup and Rules - RPG Room

Saturday 2PM - 5PM - out and about looking for them

Saturday 5PM - Pokemon Community Day Results - RPG Room

 

Video Game
Room Hours

Friday Noon - 1AM

Saturday 10AM - 1AM

Sunday 10AM - 3PM

 

Rules are simple:

1) No cheating. No altered Pokemon catching devices or knock offs. Only official Pokemon Go Pluses will be allowed. If you are caught cheating or someone reports you cheating you will be disqualified from the contest and reported to the con.

2) Be nice and have fun. We are all here to have fun. Meet new people. Explore the area and hang out.

2a) We will meet up before the event starts at 1 pm that day.

3) Screenshots will be taken before the event at 1:55 pm. The screenshots required will be of Larvitar caught and seen in your pokedex, and the largest Larvitar caught during the event. Times must be visible in these screenshots. Screenshots will have to be taken at the end of the event no later than 5:02 pm. This will give everyone time to finish up.

3a) We will meet up after the event back in the room by 5:15 to gather results.

4) All are welcomed to compete. Even staff is allowed. (Bryan aka KaminaDragneel) will be running the event I will not be eligible for prizes but will be running around with you guys chasing those shiny Pokemon.

5) Awards:
a) Most Shiny Larvitar's caught
b) Most Larvitar's caught
c) Largest Larvitar caught

The winner of the community day trophy will be of the most Larvitar's caught during the event since shiny's are based on luck, and largest Larvitar's we could have a tie if people are catching the same ones. Tiebreakers will be determined by the most Shiny's caught if multiple people have tied for catching the most. And if we have a tie after the shiny count, it will go to the one with the largest shiny Larvitar.

If you decided to evolve your shiny Larvitar or any Larvitar in general please take a screen shot of it first with the time and date so it can still be counted. We need evidence we will not be counting largest Tyranitar's.

Any questions before the event please come see me and hope you all have fun.

Event Coordinator

 

Nightmare: The Video Board Game
Friday midnight
RPG Room

James Iagulli

Nightmare is a board game controlled by a video tape. It is a race against time and the game's host, The Gatekeeper. The aim of the game is to collect 6 of your character's keys and then race to the center of the board to open the well of souls to see if you can defeat The Gatekeeper before the time limit expires or The Gatekeeper Wins!
The game uses a VHS video tape as a 'video clock' giving the players one hour to complete the game, which is interrupted now and then by the Gatekeeper on the video, who says what the current user may or must do. This makes the game quick and stressful, as you want to conclude you turn as fast as possible, so you won't be the player affected by the Gatekeeper.
This is for 2 to 6 players. The more the merrier. Don’t know the game or want to play, come by and observe the fun.
So turn the volume up and the lights down and experience another new dimension in home entertainment. The Interactive Video Board Game Nightmare.

 

Nightmare II: The Video Board Game
Saturday midnight
Panel Three

James Iagulli

He's coming back for more! More frightening fun! More atmosfear! He's the outrageous Zombie, Baron Samedi and he's going to thrill you with another hour of HI-FI shock treatment in this lightning-fast Sequel Game.
The aim is to collect 6 different key stones and return to the hub, where you need to enter exactly at your own number. Then you should NOT draw your own piece of paper from “the Source of the Fear”.
The game uses a VHS video tape as a 'video clock' giving the players one hour to complete the game, which is interrupted now and then by the Gatekeeper on the video, who says what the current user may or must do. This makes the game quick and stressful, as you want to conclude you turn as fast as possible, so you won't be the player affected by the Gatekeeper.
It's a modular game board that allows for several different setups.
This is for 2 to 6 players. The more the merrier. Don’t know the game or want to play, come by and observe the fun.So turn the volume up and the lights down and experience another new dimension in home entertainment. The Interactive Video Board Game Nightmare II.