The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Butchertown Classic Tournament!
Join Nerd Louisville and Copper & Kings on East Washington Street and compete for glory and prizes in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Butchertown Classic Tournament. The doors open at 7 PM and the tournament begins at 8 PM on the dot, and they will get the the best preparation and decoration for this including chairs covers and other accessories for this event.
Pre-registration for the tournament is available until august 12th, and requires a $3 donation to Nerd Louisville. On-site registration is free and begins at 7 PM. We ask that pre-registered attendees check-in at least 30-minutes prior to the start of the tournament, otherwise we may have to give your spot to another player. Spaces are very limited.
Please note that all donations are used to fund our organization and support Nerd Louisville’s Next-Gen Nerds initiative.
→ Tournament Rules ←
- Single or double elimination (depending on number of attendees)
- Each set is best two out of three
- 3 stocks
- 7 minute time limit
- Stage hazards off
- Final Smash meters off
- If time runs out, winner is determined first by remaining stocks, then by percentages
- First stage pick is chosen at random from the list of starter stages
- Following stage(s) chosen by loser from list of starter and counter-pick stages
→ Stage List ←
- Final Destination
- Town & City
- Pokemon Stadium 2
- Lylat Cruise
- Kalos Pokemon League
- Castle Siege
- Yoshi’s Island
- Yoshi’s Story
- Unova Pokemon League
- All Battlefield and Ω stage forms
Online Registration Policy:
1. Please check with event co-ordinators by 7:30 PM.
2. Other than the occurence of a cancellation of the event, there are no refunds for online registration.
3. If you have not checked in with event co-ordinators by 7:35 p.m. you forfeit your reservation and your spot may be given to someone else.
The Nerd Louisville Code of Conduct:
All attendees agree to follow the Nerd Louisville Code of Conduct. We strive to create an inclusive, fun, and safe atmosphere for everyone. We ask that all participants at Nerd Louisville events conduct themselves in a manner conducive to the enjoyment and safety of other event participants.
Louisville Area Crowd Funding Campaigns
Kickstarter and Indiegogo are crowd funding websites that help creators find the resources and support they need to bring their ideas to life. You can check there are many good offers are available for funding, investment, loans or we can say all related to financial. This week, we’re taking a look at several Louisville area crowd-funded campaigns that deserve your attention.
We encourage you to check these crowd funding campaigns out and support local nerds trying to make their dreams a reality.
Bagged & Bored
Bagged & Bored is a comedy web series that follows the retail misadventures of comic shop owner Kent Carney and his offbeat gang of employees! The show has its own unique style in the form of comic book parodies and pop culture references, all while focusing on a fun story with original characters.
Season one of the web series resonated with many people in the Louisville arts community, and season two looks to expand on that and create something bigger and better.
Affordable Dice Towers and Trays
“We started A&G Wood Working to fill a need of affordable dice towers to the gamer’s that are just like us. We would see dice towers for hundreds of dollars and feel that it wasn’t fair to a gamer who would rather spend that money on games. We started making them one at a time and selling them and we personally saw that its possible to provide towers at an affordable cost. This project has a low funding rate to help us grow our shop to do more kick starters in the future, but at the same time giving people affordable dice towers. This is our second Kick starter; already having one successfully funded and delivered on under our belt, this Kick starter is to expand, and be able to host a web site.”
8 Bit Coffee
“Are you a gamer, cosplayer, geek/nerd, or do you just love good coffee? If so, you’re one of us!
Walk into any café in the United States and you will find someone sitting at their laptop sipping coffee and almost no one talking or enjoying themselves. Cafes overseas can be quite different; some feature costumed characters serving up delicious drinks while others have colorful atmospheres that inspires their visitors to create amazing works of art. It’s time to ditch the library-style café and open a coffee shop where customers enjoy their unique experience.
This is why 8-Bit Coffee was started. Nerds, geeks, gamers, and cosplayers are a growing crowd of creative minds. At 8-Bit Coffee, cosplayers can meet up and show off their hard work as well as attend workshops to help perfect their craft. Lovers of board games will be able to take advantage of an inventory of games or bring their own to play with their friends (without cleaning up the house.)
Once the cafe is up and running, 8-Bit Coffee will begin to schedule gatherings and skill workshops. Workshops will be set up on community feedback and instructor availability. Topics may include streaming, video editing, costume design, sewing, and more!
The $10,000 goal will provide 8-Bit Coffee the minimum capital it needs to receive a small business loan. Any additional amount will allow the company to provide additional services such as extended hours, special guests, additional workshops, meeting spaces, a photography studio, and more!
Owned and operated by a proud Louisville native and veteran.”
Are you a fan of Welcome to Night Vale? If so, you’re in luck. Nerd Louisville is giving away copies of all three currently published Night Vale books including the two script books and the stand alone novel.
In order to win, all you have to do is click here, tag Welcome to Night Vale, and let us know why you love the podcast.
The winner will be announced Sunday, February 12th at 4 P.M.
And now a brief public service announcement: Nerd Louisville would like to remind everyone that dogs are not allowed in the Dog Park. People are not allowed in the Dog Park. It is possible you will see Hooded Figures in the Dog Park. Do not approach them. Do not approach the Dog Park. The fence is electrified and highly dangerous. Try not to look at the Dog Park, and especially do not look for any period of time at the Hooded Figures. The Dog Park will not harm you.
Featured Special: Role of the Die $50 Drawing!
by Nerd Louisville staff
One of our sponsors, Role of the Die: Comics, Games and More, has a special this February where you can spend $50 on their wide selection of comics, games, roleplaying books, dice, and more, and be entered into a drawing for a $30 gift card to see the newly released Deadpool film or a $50 in-store credit. If you spend $150, you earn 5 entries into the drawing. Three names are pulled for the drawing each Friday.
Find Role of the Die at their new location at 2902 Bardstown Rd. They are open until 6pm during the week and late into the night during the weekends. While you’re there, check out these other fun activities:
- D&D All the time, both 4e and NEXT.
- New Comics Every Wednesday
- Magic The Gathering Every Friday @ 6:30pm and 11pm
- Open Gaming and Special Events Every Week
You can read more about Role of the Die in The Definitive Guide to Gaming Stores in Louisville or visit them their Facebook page.
This post is an advertisement for one of our sponsors. If you’d like to sponsor Nerd Louisville in order to help us continue our mission and keep the lights on, please contact us.