Breakout Con presents Canadian Nationals for Star Wars: Destiny.
Your fate is in your (fast) hands. Roll and maneuver your way to victory and claim the title of Canadian National Champion for yourself. Let your legacy be told through the galaxy as you join the incredible Canadian Destiny community.
The main event is a Premier Tier event using a Custom Structure, held on a single day: Sunday, March 18. Competitors will play in seven (7) rounds of Swiss. The Top 8 players, based on their record in Swiss, will advance to an elimination round on Sunday evening.
Attendance for the Star Wars: Destiny National Championship is capped at 80 participants. Decklists are required.
Unfortunately, we have confirmation that the official prize kits for Star Wars: Destiny will not be available in time for the event. We will be collecting mailing addresses from all participants in those events and Asmodee Canada is committed to mailing players the appropriate prizes as soon as those kits are available. The winner of this event will receive a reserved seat and first round bye for the 2018 Star Wars: Destiny World Championship, coming up in May, regardless of when those kits become available.
In addition to those prizes, alternate prizes will be available at the event. Those are detailed below.
Participation: Luke Skywalker alt art card + BB-8 alt art card
Top 16: set of Resource Tokens
Top 8: playmat
Top 4: set of Stormtrooper plastic cards
Winner: Custom Breakout National Champion plaque + reserved seat/bye for Worlds 2018
Starting at 3:30 PM Sunday, March 18th, tournament organizers will begin firing 8 player draft pods. Players must provide their own (6) booster packs and rivals draft pack, both of which can be purchased on-site at the event. After drafting cards and building a deck according to the FFG draft rules, players will play three (3) 35 minute best-of-one rounds. Registration for draft pods opens at 1:30 PM Sunday. We will have Rivals event kits and additional Luke and BB-8 alt arts to give away as prizes.
*Tournament organizers reserve the right to adjust the number of rounds, with advance notice to players, to best accommodate the number of registered players.