There will be umpires in the tournament playing the game and also ruling as judges on any conflicts. Their word is final on any issue. If there is a conflict during any match, try to resolve it between yourselves first. Each player is allowed one opportunity each round to request help from a judge to resolve any conflict. However, after this is resolved you will need to resolve any dispute with your opponent.
Sportsmanship is the most essential factor to make any tournament fun. If a player becomes disruptive, manipulates rules and tries to win at any cost, it can reduce other players' enjoyment of the tournament. If a player is misbehaving, a judge can issue warnings. If these are not heeded, at the warning the player will lose three Victory Points from the match they are playing. If they continue to cause problems they can be removed from the tournament. Removal is a last resort, but it will be used if players are causing problems.
Umpires are there to help you and to ensure that the flow of the tournament goes well. Any questions or concerns can be raised with them. It is better to be early with problems than ignorning them altogether until it has ruined your game experience.
Armies must contain at least 50% Battlefront miniatures. All armies must be fully painted. Any miniatures not fully painted will be pulled from the table prior to starting the tournament.
Missions will be determined randomly before each round. There will be no more than two missions of any mission type (Fair Fight, Mobile Battle, Defensive Battle).
First round pairing will be randomly, after that Swiss System will be used (avoiding team members in round one).
For determining the winner, the Battlefront scoring matrix will be used.