The Laurels of Victory
Preview the 2016 Star Wars™: The Card Game National Championship Prizes
“Accelerate to attack speed.”
- Garvin Dreis
Fantasy Flight Games is excited to announce the 2016 Star Wars™: The Card Game National Championship Prizes!
With its fantastic prizes, tremendous field of competitors, and exciting atmosphere, the Star Wars: The Card Game National Championships are a vital part of the Championship Series and will be a proving ground for those who plan on attending the 2016 Star Wars: The Card Game World Championship. International events will be taking place around the world in August and September. International players can check our list of 2016 National Championships to find out more information on their National Championship.
What are the Prizes for the 2016 National Championships?
Do you think you have what it takes to stay on target? Doing well at a Star Wars: The Card Game National Championship will reward you with a variety of exciting prizes to show off your successes.
- First Place: The winner of a National Championship receives a first-place trophy to show off to their family and friends, and a first-round bye at the 2016 Star Wars: The Card Game World Championship. A first-round bye will give you a big advantage over the fierce competition at Worlds.
- Top Four: The top four players each receive an acrylic Death Star dial, a technological terror that you can be proud of and use in games to show the accumulation of Imperial success.
- Top Eight: The top eight players each receive a beautiful playmat depicting an Imperial shuttle on the forest moon of Endor.
- Top Sixteen: The top sixteen players can put more power into their deflectors with a set of acrylic shield tokens.
- Top Sixty-Four: The top sixty-four players each receive one copy of the alternate art card Rebel Assault, a common sight in Rebel Alliance decks to keep pressure on the Imperial Forces.
In addition, the winner of a National Championship will earn a reserved spot at the 2016 Star Wars: The Card Game World Championship this November!
What are National Championships?
The National Championships follow Regional Championships in the Organized Play calendar and are the next level in competition, prizes, and prestige. A National Championship is representative of the competitive communities within a nation and throughout the rest of the world. These events are not exclusive to specific nationalities, and a National Championship is welcoming of all challengers who would compete for the title. The National Championships will have unique prizes that will not be available elsewhere and ownership of them will definitely make a player stand out in the field of competition. For more information, you can read our article on the Championship Series.
What Tournament Tier and Structure Will Be Used?
A National Championship is a reflection of the competitive communities within and around various countries spanning the globe. Players should come to these events expecting a high level of competition as competitors come from across the country. Due to the scope of the competition, you should expect there to be a custom tournament structure for each event. From the Fundamental Event Document:
Premier Tournament Tier: Tournaments at this tier expect players to have a moderate amount of experience. Players should be familiar with not only the game rules, but also the event regulations. The focus is on a competitive and fair environment.
Custom Tournament Structures: A National Championship is a reflection of the competitive communities within and around various countries spanning the globe. Each National Championship is as unique as that nation itself, so each organizer will determine the unique custom tournament structure for their event.
Stay on Target
Over the next few months, competitors will attend 2016 National Championships in an attempt to win these attractive prizes and become a Rebel ace. Don’t miss out on your chance to acquire some of these prizes for yourself and add them to your collection!
Note: The alternate art cards in this kit are produced via FFG's In-House Manufacturing and may appear slightly different in color and texture from the game's other cards. To be tournament legal, these cards must be sleeved with opaque or art sleeves.
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