Crazy Battle Circuit Last Blade 2 Tournament – 3/16/19

Crazy Battle Circuit Last Blade 2 Tournament banner

The Crazy Battle Circuit returns for 2019! Don’t miss the first tournament of this year, featuring The Last Blade 2 (aka Bakumatsu Rouman Dai Ni Maku: Gekka no Kenshi – Tsuki ni Saku Hana, Chiri Yuku Hana) on Fightcade 1! It will take place on Saturday, March 16th at 12PM PT (3PM Eastern). To see more details and sign-up, please see the official website’s page for the game at http://cbc.dx.am/lastbld2.html or the Challonge page.


The tournament is open to players of all skill levels and worldwide as long as you have stable internet. Wireless connections are not outright banned, but do make sure you can have rollback-free matches on Fightcade before entering. If your connection causes matches to be unplayable, you will be DQ’d.

Be sure to catch all the action whether you’re an entrant or spectator. All matches will be streamed at https://www.twitch.tv/crazyli825.

When signing up, it’s best to make note of your Fightcade handle for easy identification. For best results, make sure to be present in the aforementioned Twitch channel for match call-outs and other information. Join our official Discord Server to keep up with events, results, and to find practice matches.

When starting matches, the host of the match should hit F3 to restart the game. Failure to do so may cause part of your match to not be caught on stream. Restarting first gives the host and commentators a chance to load up the match so that they may catch all the action properly. Please do not rush to start your match.

Rules & Restrictions:

  • The tournament will be double elimination, first 2/3 for the initial rounds and first 3/5 for Winners Finals, Losers Finals, and the combined bracket.
  • Kouryu is banned.
  • Glitch combos are banned (such as Zantetsu’s AC infinite).
  • Moriya’s teleport glitch is only legal outside combos. It may not be used mid-combo.
  • Regular infinites are allowed, but only one attempt per match.

Past Tournaments:

Curious how much fun these tournaments can be? Check out the previous Last Blade tournaments from 2016-2018:

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