VGC Series 5 Open #4 (Single Elimination)

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Tournament Winner: Solaris ūüéČ

Welcome to the 4th VGC Doubles Tournament since the new DLC!
Bring in all your friends and let's have some fun in this tournament!

In this tournament each player is allowed to choose 4 Pokémon of their choice while following the ruleset below.
The tournament is played in Best of Three (2 Wins to Win) / Single Elimination.

Prize:

If we reach the goal of 16 checked in participants we will give away a USD 10$ eShop gift card



Procedure:

- As soon as the tournament starts please find your match in the tournament tree and click on it. 
- You will see a link code that has been generated for you by us. 
- Open the Y-Comm menu and press + to connect to the internet if you haven't done so already.
- Select \"Link Battle\" and enter the code for your match. As soon as the two competitors entered the code they will be loaded into a match against each other.
- Fight your battle and report back the result on your match page.
- If you won, wait for the next round to start and repeat the process until you lose a match or you win the tournament. 

VGC Series 5 Ruleset:
Official Rules




All tournaments must run over the appropriate Battle Stadium ‚ÄúRanked Battle‚ÄĚ ruleset¬†


 1. Battle Team Setup 
  • A player must designate a Battle Team and keep the Battle Team unchanged from the beginning to the end of the event.
  • Teams must have six Pok√©mon, depending on the event format.

2. Items
  • Each Pok√©mon may hold an item, though no two Pok√©mon may hold the same item.¬†
  • Players may only use items that can be obtained through regular gameplay¬†

3. Pokémon
  • A player‚Äôs team cannot contain two Pok√©mon with the same Galar Pok√©dex number¬†
  • ¬†Pok√©mon must have either:¬†
    • The black Galar symbol on their summary screen to signify that they originated in the Galar region¬†
    • ¬†The battle-ready symbol¬†
  • ¬†Pok√©mon may make use of any move or Ability available to that Pok√©mon through normal gameplay. This includes:¬†
    • ¬†Hidden Abilities, if available¬†
    • ¬†Moves and Abilities passed via the Pok√©mon Nursery by a Pok√©mon brought in using Pok√©mon HOME¬†
    • ¬†Moves and Abilities made available through an official Pok√©mon event or promotion¬†
  • ¬†Pok√©mon above and below Lv. 50 are permitted but will be auto-leveled to Lv. 50 during battle¬†
  • ¬†Players may use Pok√©mon with the following Pok√©dex numbers, provided they were caught or hatched in the game or were received at an official event or distribution.¬†
    • ¬†Galar Pok√©dex numbers: #001‚Äď397¬†
    • ¬†Isle of Armor Pok√©dex numbers:¬†
      • ¬†#001‚Äď210¬†
    • ¬†National Pok√©dex numbers:¬†
      • ¬†#638‚Äď640¬†
      • ¬†#722‚Äď730¬†
  • Allowed Gigantamax:
 o Alcremie 
o Appletun 
o Blastoise 
o Butterfree 
o Centiskorch 
o Charizard 
o Cinderace 
o Coalossal 
o Copperajah 
o Corviknight 
o Drednaw 
o Duraludon 
o Eevee 
o Flapple 
o Garbodor 
o Gengar 
o Grimmsnarl
o Hatterene 
o Inteleon 
o Kingler
o Lapras 
o Machamp 
o Meowth 
o Orbeetle 
o Pikachu 
o Rillaboom 
o Sandaconda 
o Snorlax 
o Toxtricity 
o Urshifu 
o Venusaur 

Game:

Pokémon Sword / Shield


Pokémon Sword and Shield are upcoming role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and published by The Pokémon Company and Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. They will be the first main series games in the eighth generation of the Pokémon franchise, and the second in the series to be released on a home console. Wikipedia Initial release date: November 15, 2019