SQLA 2006 CROSS OF
IRON PBEM CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
Squad Leader Academy (SQLA) is currently
organizing the 2006 Cross of Iron PBEM Championship tournament. VSQL3.0
will the standard interface, participants may elect either PBEM or server
This event is not to be Boardgame Player
Association (BPA) sanctioned but rather ran as a SQLA event. The impact
is 2004 BPA membership is not required to participate (although still
As a SQLA event, SQLA will inherit the
cost of the Championship plaque. Participants in a position to do so are
asked to contribute $5 to the plaque fund as SQLA lacks any discretionary
funding. Players in a similar situation should ignore this request, it
should not be a barrier for your participation. Contributions can be made
via Paypal (email@example.com) or other means.
event targets experienced players proficient in VSQL, the SQL 4th edition
rulebook, the COI 4th edition rulebook. These are argument ed by the Compiled
SQL Series Q&A and superseded by the SQLA rule conventions. Player’s
individual ‘House Rules’ are not applicable to this or any
other SQLA event.
an issue arise with an answer not found in the above documents, players
may submit a request for ruling to the SQLA Rules Czar (Bill Thomson).
Research with or delegation to Alain Chabot (MMP SQL Series Rule Czar
designate) as appropriate. Any such ruling is considered final and binding.
The SQLA Rule Convention will be updated as appropriate.
as the trustee of VSQL, offers VSQL training and mentoring to bring new
users up to proficiency. Contact
SQLA as needed.
games will be submitted for both AREA player rating, SLlist ladder, and
the scenario record. Players will be assimilated into the AREA system
through their participation. AREA ratings as of 12/31/05 will be used
for seeding purposes.
event will be five round event as a function of the number of participants.
The field will be culled after the first two round (played simultaneously);
hence each player is guaranteed two games. The first round will be limited
to three months with successive rounds at two months each. Games not finished
in the time limited will be adjudicated to defined a binding Tournament,
AREA result, and SLlist ladder result. Players may opt out of any round
during the Roll Call with no penalty. Otherwise players are expected to
honor their commitments. Players are expected to concede if unable to
meet their commitment. Player participation is considered as a acceptance
of this contract.
demonstrating lack of sportsmanship & reconcilability are excused
from participation of all future SQLA and WGA events. This is a lifetime
This tournament will use SQLA revisions
of Jeff Cebula's 1981 CWI-Con scenarios. These were published in ON ALL
FRONTS, however the SQLA revisions supercede the as published form for
Personal Leader Counter competition will NOT be conducted within each
tournament as individual players may not play the same number of rounds
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