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Here are the final results of the All Japan Tournaments. The Tennis Individual finals are on Monday, not today (Sunday) but I'll be on holidays from tomorrow, so all the results are here.

NOTE: The website where images are uploaded is down, so please click on the link to see the results.


TENNIS INDIVIDUAL )

TENNIS )

BASKETBALL )

VOLLEYBALL )

BASEBALL )


CYCLING )


SWIMMING )
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Here are the results of the Quarterfinals and Semifinals. Tomorrow (Saturday), they have a day off, apart from those in the Tennis tournament, they have individual semifinals

TENNIS INDIVIDUAL )

TENNIS )

BASKETBALL )

VOLLEYBALL )

BASEBALL )

Swin and Cycling to come.
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This is the results for tomorrow (Tuesday's) matches. Players should know these results by tomorrow afternoon.

BASKETBALL )

TENNIS )

VOLLEYBALL )

BASEBALL )
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All-Japan Intercollegiate Winter Tournament will start on the 22rd of March in Tokyo (Cycling takes place in the outskirts of the city) for all sports.

Qualified teams (see below) and their cheering squad will leave at 9am on Monday 21st March from Toyama on a 5-hour journey to Tokyo. They will have lunch on the way and then head to their hotels. Indoor sport teams (Basketball, Volleyball & Swim) will be staying at the same hotel close to the sport arena. Outdoor sport teams (Baseball, Tennis & Cycling) will be staying close to the sport centre.

Once the team is eliminated, the buses will head back, however, those wanting to stay are allowed to and they do not need to return with their schools. Expenses, should they choose to stay, will be covered by the individuals themselves. All expenses during the tournament are covered by their universities.

After the Chubu tournament, we realised that it is difficult to talk about NPC teams when we don't have their names, for that reason, we have now added real universities that tend to compete in All-Japan tournaments. There isn't much information about all sports (Intercollegiate Basketball is the largest and most popular amateur tournament in Japan, so finding information about them was easy. I found some information about Baseball and Tennis as well) so we used well-know universities or those of different regions in Japan. This will give a more realistic feel. Those will be used for future tournaments as well.

SCHEDULE

Cycling & Swimming
3 days event
Tuesday 22nd - Thursday 24th.

QUALIFIED

SWIM
Johōga (prefectural winner)
Togei (qualified through chubu)
DMDU (qualified through chubu)

CYCLING
Johōga (prefectural winner)
DMDU (qualified through chubu)


Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball & Tennis

Best 16
Tuesday 22nd

Quarter-Finals
Wednesday 23rd

Semi-Finals
Friday 25th

Finals
Sunday 27th

Click on the link below to see the draw and other of play.

BASEBALL
DMDU (qualified through chubu)
Kaikō (qualified through chubu)


BASKETBALL

Rakujō (prefectural winner)
Johōga (qualified through chubu)
Shirataiiku (qualified through chubu)


VOLLEYBALL

Togei (prefectural winner)
Rakujō (qualified through chubu)
Johōga (qualified through chubu)


TENNIS

Togei (prefectural winner)
Shirataiiku(qualified through chubu)


IF ANY OF THE FINALISTS (BEST 3) FROM INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENTS WOULD LIKE TO HAVE AN NATIONAL INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT, PLEASE LEAVE LET US KNOW.

Any questions, please ask below.
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Due to the scoring debate, the finals and 3rd place matches were played 100% random.

TENNIS INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT )

TENNIS RESULTS )

BASEBALL RESULTS )

BASKETBALL RESULTS )

VOLLEYBALL RESULTS )

CYCLING RESULTS )


TOYAMA TEAMS QUALIFIED TO NATIONALS


Basketball
Rakujō (prefectural winner)
Johōga (qualified through chubu)
Shirataiiku (qualified through chubu)

Volleyball
Togei (prefectural winner)
Rakujō (qualified through chubu)
Johōga (qualified through chubu)

Baseball
DMDU (qualified through chubu)
Kaikō (qualified through chubu)

Tennis
Togei (prefectural winner)
Shirataiiku(qualified through chubu)

Swimming
Johōga (prefectural winner)
Togei (qualified through chubu)
DMDU (qualified through chubu)

Cycling
Johōga (prefectural winner)
DMDU (qualified through chubu)
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From the comments in the previous and private talks, we have decided to take some of the ideas into consideration and simplify how matches are scored.

Swimming and Cycling will remain the same.

Volleyball and Baseball will be 100% random when playing against one of the 8 schools. When playing NPCs, all 8 schools get a 2 draw handicap.

Basketball, the whole system will remain when playing NPCs. When they face each other, the character point system will be dropped and only scoring restrictions will remain.

Tennis, the point system will remain. All players will be granted one extra draw for their school when facing NPCs. Top players will be granted 2 extra draws against NPCs, 1 draw when facing other players.
Based on canon info, the top players at the moment are:
Atobe / Yukimura / Shiraishi / Sanada / Akutsu / Tōyama / Marui / Fuji / Niō / Gin / Oishi / Kite / Kirihara / Echizen / Tezuka (not in the list but using common sense) and some high schoolers.



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Since we are about to have our 1st All Japan Tournament, I thought it would be a good idea to give members  information about how matches are drawn and scored. They are different between sports, but the principle is the same: God of Random decides!

Besides interaction, the teams are limited per university to allow both loss and win while still having your muse doing well or badly, at your own discretion. Just because your team lost doesn't mean you muse didn't play their best if that is not what you want. Yet, having playable characters in your team earns them special points or handicaps to make results more realistic.

NPC and playable teams without any character being played can still win. The reason being that Toyama is one prefecture out of 47, it would be very unrealistic and rather silly if only these 8 universities could win best 8 all the time when there are around 780 universities in the country. 

Now, for details:

wall of text )


DRAWS
This is the order of play, how teams are paired to play.

Practice matches: 100% Random

InterDai: 100% Random

Prefectural
/RegionalsEach payable team is matched wit an NPC for the 1st round. 1st winner qualifies for nationals

Chubu:
Payable teams + 16 NPC enter a triangle qualifier block chosen 100% randomly. All playable teams go through to Best 16, some NPCs are disqualified. What team each plays in the best 16 will depend on whether they won or came in 2nd in their qualifier block.
All Japan: Only 2 or 3 teams from Chubu are allowed in the Nationals depending on Prefectural and Chubu tournaments. There are 8 reasons in Japan making a total of 16 teams. Only or 3 are playable and will be set so they do not meet before semi-finals (if 3) or finals (if 2). NPC teams may still win All Japan.

Nationals: Similar to above, however, only some playable schools will qualify, so the tournament will starts with either best 16 or quarter finals. It has not yet been decided. It's not guarantee that a playable team will win nationals, but at least one will get to the final match.


Any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
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Please, follow the link to the tournament website for the Semi-Finals Results, and the Wednesday's Quarter-Final's order or play.



Final Matches
Sunday 28th


TENNIS (club) )

TENNIS (individual) )

VOLLEYBALL )


BASEBALL )



Because it's Friday, disqualified teams are able to stay to watch the finals on Saturday and Sunday as a treat from Toyama's universities. They are also allowed to return on their own if they so wish. Togei, Rakujo, Johoga, Kaiko and Shirataiiku are organizing buses for their cheering squad and other students who so wish to what the finals in Nagoya. The buses leave on Sunday morning 6am, arriving aroun 9.30am at Nagoya Sports Arena, where all finals will take place at the same time. 3rd place starts at 10.30am, the Final starts at 2pm.
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Please, follow the link to the tournament website for the Best 16 Results, and the Wednesday's Quarter-Final's order or play.

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The Swimming Tournament results work a little different from the others. On Tuesday, the result of the Best 16 was as follows:

TUESDAY RESULTS )

The results of today's Finals:

WEDNESDAY RESULTS )

Based on points, the winning teams are:

FINAL RESULTS )
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The qualifiers have ended. Some schools haven't made it to the Chūbu Best 16. Please, find below the brackets for each team sport.

BASEBALL )
TENNIS )
BASKETBALL )
VOLLEYBALL )

Best 16 results will be posted later. There matches will take place on 23rd. All best 16 are now in Nagoya and should have the evening off. Monday morning and evening there are practices. They are free during the day to visit Nagoya city.
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From Saturday 20th February, the Chūbu Winter Tournament should begin. Chūbu encompasses nine prefectures: Aichi, Fukui, Gifu, Ishikawa, Nagano, Niigata, Shizuoka, Toyama, Yamanashi. There will be more than 30 universities taking part, therefore, we will not be having brackets for that part of the tournament. For the best 16 qualifiers, brackets will be added to the tournaments website and a link posted.

There are NPCs teams for NPC universities for all team sports (Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis and Baseball) since they compete one on one. Swimming and Cycling will compete together with all the other universities of other prefectures, so there is no need for creating NPCs.

NOTE: Swim and Tennis individual tournaments run parallel to the university league, so if any swimmer or player would like to take part in an individual tournament, please post a message here.

All clubs leave of Saturday 6am by bus from their respective universities to their destination (see below). The 1st round of preliminaries start of Saturday 12pm. We will assume that all teams have qualified for the block round on Sunday, starting at 9am. Below you can see 8 blocks of 3 teams each, they play against each other and the team with less wins will be disqualified. The remaining 16 teams shall continue to the best 16 round (and will be added to the brackets). Not every university will go through and even and NPCs have a chance to win the tournament, so to make it more realistic. Only 2 or 3 teams will be qualified to the Nationals in March and will join the regional winners.

QUALIFIED FOR NATIONALS:
BASKETBALL: RAKUJŌ
VOLLEYBALL: TOGEI
TENNIS: TOGEI
SWIM: JOHŌGA
CYCLING: JOHŌGA
BASEBALL: xxx 

Note that teams will only know who has gone through to the Sunday matches by Saturday night, so although muns already have the information below, characters should not yet know what block they are part of until then.

Here are the blocks:

VOLLEYBALL

1 - NPC11, NPC13, DMDU
2 - NPC15, Hosei, NeNoDa
3 - Rakujo, NPC16, NPC10
4 - NPC4, NPC3, NPC8
5 - NPC5, NPC1, NPC2
6 - NPC12, Shirataiiku, Togei
7 - NPC9, Johoga, NPC14
8 - NPC7, NPC6, Kaiko

Blocks 1 to 4 play in Toyama.
Blocks 5 to 8 play in Toyota.



TENNIS

1 - NPC14, NPC2, NPC6
2 - NPC16, Rakujo, Togei
3 - Johoga, NPC8, NPC13
4 - NPC1, NPC7, DMDU
5 - Kaiko, NPC15, NPC4
6 - NPC9, NeNoDa, NPC10
7 - NPC3, NPC12, NPC11
8 - Shirataiiku, NPC5, Hosei

Blocks 1 to 4 play in Nagoya.
Blocks 5 to 8 play in Gifu.



BASKETBALL

1 - NPC2, NeNoDa, Rakujo
2 - NPC16, NPC6, Togei
3 - NPC11, NPC9, DMDU
4 - NPC10, NPC8, NPC15
5 - NPC5, Johoga, NPC7
6 - Hosei, NPC1, NPC3
7 - NPC14, Shirataiiku, NPC12
8 - NPC13, NPC4, Kaiko

Blocks 1 to 4 play in Hamamatsu.
Blocks 5 to 8 play in Shizuoka.


BASEBALL

1 - NPC3, Kaikō, NPC11
2 - Johōga, NPC6, Togei
3 - NPC7, NPC8, Shirataiiku
4 - NPC14, NPC12, NPC16
5 - NPC13, DMDUNPC9
6 - NeNoDa, NPC15, NPC2
7 - NPC14, Rakujō, Hōsei 
8 - NPC10, NPC1, NPC5

Blocks 1 to 4 play in Nagoya.
Blocks 5 to 8 play in Toyama.


CYCLING preliminary tournament takes place in Niigata on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Finals will take place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday next week.

SWIMMING preliminary tournament takes place in Nagano, Saturday and Sunday. Finals will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday. SEE BELOW FOR INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT DATES.

Those team clubs going through to the next round (best 16) should leave for Nagoya on Sunday for the qualifiers and finals. In Nagoya, accommodation will together, however rooming shall remain within club only. The dates are as follows:

BEST 16
TUESDAY 23RD

QUARTER-FINALS
WEDNESDAY 25TH

SEMI-FINALS
FRIDAY 26TH

FINAL
SUNDAY 28TH

The others return to Toyama on Sunday night or whatever night they have been disqualified.

All accommodation (each university is staying in a different hotel however quite near to the sport arena in the city they are competing, and rooming amongst club members is at the discretion of muns), transport and meals are paid by the university. Those attending the individual tournaments, if their university is disqualified and had to return to Toyama, they will remain in Nagoya at their own expense.


TENNIS INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT
(NAGOYA)

QUALIFIERS
BEST 16 

QUARTER-FINALS 
MONDAY 22RD


SEMI-FINALS
THURSDAY 25TH

FINAL
SATURDAY 27TH

PARTICIPANTS
Oshitari Yuushi
Yukimura Seiichi
Atobe Keigo
Sanada Genichirou
Echizen Ryoma



SWIM INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT
(NAGANO)

QUALIFIERS
THURSDAY 25TH

FINALS
FRIDAY 26TH

PARTICIPANTS
Matsuoka Rin
 

Members are no allowed to go clubbing, parting, drinking or having late nights during the tournament. Medics, managers, coaches will also join the club.


Matches will be decided by the God of Random. Point and handicap will given to teams where characters are being played.

Any questions, please don't hesitate to comment/ask here.

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Here are the scores of today's practice matches. 1st and 2nd matches are played in Court A, 2nd and 3rd in Court B for Volleyball and Basketball. Tennis will be split in 4 Courts and played at the same time. Baseball will be played in one pitch and will stretch into the evening. Winners are underscored.

BASKETBALL
( host: Rakujo)

Morning Matches:
Kaikō vs Togei - 75-77
Rakujō vs Johōga - 107-94
Hōsei vs Shirataiiku - 103-97
DMDU vs Nenōda - 100-79

Afternoon Matches:
Shirataiiku vs Rakujō - 96-95
Togei vs DMDU - 108-88
Nenōda vs Hōsei - 81-91
Johōga vs Kaikō - 110 - 105


VOLLEYBALL
(host: Togei)

Morning Matches:
Shirataiiku vs Hōsei
Togei vs Nenōda
Kaikō vs Johōga
Rakujō vs DMDU

Afternoon Matches:
Nenōda vs Shirataiiku [rescheduled match] Rakujo vs Shirataiiku
DMDU vs Rakujō [rescheduled match] DMDU vs Nenoda
Johōga vs Togei
Hōsei vs Kaikō


TENNIS
(host: Togei)

Morning Matches:
Shirataiiku vs Kaikō
Hōsei vs Nenōda
Togei vs Rakujō
DMDU vs Johōga

Afternoon Matches:
Johōga vs Shirataiiku
Nenōda vs DMDU
Rakujō vs Hōsei
Kaikō vs Togei


BASEBALL
(host: Shirataiiku)

Morning Matches:
Nenōda vs DMDU
Kaikō vs Shirataiiku
Johōga vs Rakujō
Hōsei vs Togei

Afternoon/Evening Matches:
Rakujō vs Kaikō
Shirataiiku vs DMDU
Togei vs Nenōda
Hōsei vs Johōga
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Hello comm lovelies~

It's that time again. In February, all clubs will be taking part in the Chubu Tournaments. Chubu is a part o Japan with several prefectures. The teams who won the prefectural tournament are already through to the Nationals in March, however, they still compete in the Chubu tournament. All ther other universities still have a chance to go to nationals.

On Friday next week there will be practice matches for the team sports [Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis and Baseball]. Each team will be only playing twice and on the same day, in the order stated below. Matches will take place at the hosting university from 8.30am. Club members of those 4 sports are away the whole day.


PRACTICE MATCHES )
Swim and Cycling clubs have whole day practice on Friday and no lessons.

If you need early results for plotting purposes, please let us know.




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Hello tired university students!
Please, read the information below carefully.

  • UNIVERSITY WINTER HOLIDAYS
Students taking part in the tournament (all of them besides medics & trainers) do not need to attend classes anymore. The last day of official classes is Friday 18th December. Classes restart on Monday 11th January


  • VERY IMPORTANT RULE UPDATE
The comm keeps growing (yay!) and we now have 5 different sports and potentially more to come (finger crossed!), so I believe it is time to set some rules on characters mix sport skills. 

To avoid pointless debates, the rule is quite simple:  When playing a different sport, a character of one series is only as skilled as the least skilled in-game character of the other series. 



Exceptions:
  • Characters who in canon are said to be exceptionally good/have skills at other sports. Please, use common sense. 
  • The least skilled characters is known in canon for being awful at the series sport. (Whether they are better now or not is at the discretion of the mun as should be respected.)
  • Character has been shown playing other sports in canon or there are other references which give comm members an idea of their skills.
Limitations:
  • Skills considered extraordinary in one sport do not have an effect on other sports. E.g., Akashi (KnB) cannot use the Emperor Eye when playing tennis, the same way Yukimura's yips in not effective in Volleyball, etc.
  • Due to the different levels of 'crack' and 'Dragon Ball Zness' between series, whatever strange super human skill a character has in their series, does not have an effect on characters of other series, unless agreed between muns. This rule DOES NOT APPLY TO SPORT, even if agreed between muns, in sport, the rule above must be preceded
Any questions about certain characters and how this rule would affect them, please don't hesitate to ask below.


  • SPECIAL TEAM POSITIONS
Some characters are allowed to take different positions in the team besides players, swimmers, cyclists. These positions are:

Coach/Trainers (new)
Canon teacher/coaches.
Highly skilled players. E.g., PoT ShinPuri high schoolers.
Other adults known in canon for playing the sport skilfully.

Assistant Coach
High skilled players with coaching experience or personality for the position. E.g. Tezuka.
Coaching major students.
Female players in canon said to be good. E.g. Michimiya

Trainee Trainers
Characters who have in canon and inclination to train.
Have trained/taught others at a semi-professional level. 

Coach/Trainers and Assistant Coach go to tournaments and training camps, Trainee Trainers are not necessary during tournaments but should attend training camps.


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REGIONALS ARE HERE!!
We are 2/4th into our Winter Season Tournaments. Starting from Saturday, 12th December at 8am Regionals will be held in two locations. Group A and B (volleyball & basketball) & Swimming will be competing at Toyama Sports Arena, located close to Toyama Higashi Station (near Shirataiiku and DMDU). Groups C and D (volleyball & basketball) and Tennis will be competing at Shirataiiku University Campus. All clubs have received information about their respective matches during their training camp (mod was busy, sorry about the late information).

DETAILS:

Volleyball, Basketball & Tennis
Group Elimination Rounds - 12th December
Quarter-finals - 14th December
Semi-finals - 16th December
Finals - 18th December

Swimming
All 12th December

Cycling Race
4 stage race throughout 4 days from Sunday.
1st Stage: Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, to Itoigawa, Niigata Prefecture (Flat 104km).
2nd Stage: Itoigawa to Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture (Elevation 108km)
3rd Stage: Matsumoto to Takayama, Gifu Prefecture (Mountain, 84km)
4th Stage: Takayama to Toyama City (Down 82km)


GROUPS / BRACKETS
Please not that all NPC schools are real universities. For this tournament all NPC will lose.

BASKETBALL
Results: http://teamunibasketball.challonge.com/regionalsW2015
matches )

VOLLEYBALL
Results: http://teamunivolleyball.challonge.com/regionalsW2015
matches )

TENNIS
Results: http://teamunitennis.challonge.com/regionalsW2015
matches )

SWIMMING
Results: http://teamuniswim.challonge.com/regionalsW2015
participants & results )

CYCLING
Results: http://teamunicycling.challonge.com/regionalsW2015 (please only pay attention to the ranking and score)
participants & results )

Any questions, please don't hesitate to ask!!
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After a suggestion we have created a calendar for everyone use as a reminder of events, logs, birthday etc.

Anyone can edit and add whatever they find useful for themselves and for everyone else. You will already see that we have added a few events.

The calendar is really simple to use! Just click on the date and edit as you'd like. Make sure to choose the right category for what you need.
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On 3rd December at 4:30pm (after classes) all coaches, regulars and some other club members (some managers, medics and NPCs) of all 8 universities catch their uni buses and set out to the 2015 Winter Training Camp, held at the recluse Hotel Tateyama in the Tateyama mountains. They will return on 7th December after lunch.

There will be indoor facilities for all sports, of course. Cyclists will also be cycling outdoors. As well as practicing with their own team members, they will be, for most part, separated in 4 random teams (see below) for both practice and matches. There will also be some hiking up the snowy mountains in groups. Once practice is over everyone is free to mingle, have dinner together and use the hotel facilities (public bath, lounge, cafe etc). Swimming and Cycling clubs will not be divided in teams and instead will be practicing in one big group and competing individually.

Please note that all rooms and team have been chosen by the God of Random, not by the mods nor by members.

ROOMS

1ST FLOOR

101 - Hirakoba Rin / Sanada Genichirou...........102 - Yukimura Seiichi / Minami Kentarou
103 - Tanaka Ryuunosuke / Kuroko Tetsuya....105 - Horio Satoshi / Inui Sadaharu
106 - Bokuto Koutarou / Nishinoya Yuu............107 - Murasakibara Atsushi / Misami Higashikata
108 - Sawamura Daichi / Kite Eishirou..............109 - Oshitari Yuushi / Atobe Keigo
110 - Niou Masaharu / Echizen Ryoma..............111 - Kise Ryōta / Hitouji Yuuji
112 - ..................................................................115 - Kuroo Tetsuro / Tsukishima Kei

2ND FLOOR

201 - Momoi Satsuki / Yachi Hitoka..............202 - Kiyoshi Teppei / Kozume Kenma
203 - Michimiya Yui / Kanzaki Miki...............205 - Ennoshita Chikara / Sugawara Koushi
206 - Matsuoka Gou / Tachibana An............207 - Zaizen Hikaru / Tezuka Kunimitsu / Toudou Jinpachi
208 - Fuji Syuusuke / Kasamatsu Yukio.......209 - Makishima Yuusuke / Yamazaki Sousuke / Akaashi Keiji
210 - Midorima Shintarou / Saeki Koujirou...211 - Hanamiya Makoto / Oshitari Kenya


Room in the same line means they are in front of each other, in the same column means they are next to each other. Please, remember that although sneaking in each other's room is more than fine (they are adults after all), we put rooming like that to improve character interaction by using this as an opportunity to plot and log with mun and muses you had no change to do before.


TEAMS

BASKETBALL
Managers
Momoi

TEAM A
Hanamiya, Kiyoshi +npcs
TEAM B
Kasamatsu, Kise +npcs
TEAM C
Kuroko, Midorima, Murasakibara
TEAM D
npc

VOLLEYBALL
Ass.Coach
Yui
Manager
Yachi

TEAM A
Kenma, Kuroo, Bokuto, Nishinoya
TEAM B
Sugawara, Tanaka, Ennoshita, Tsukishima, Sawamura
TEAM C
npc
TEAM D
npc

TENNIS
Coach
Tezuka
Medic
Oshitari Yuushu
Manager
An

TEAM A
Sanada, Niou, Horio, Minami
TEAM B
Yukimura, Fuji Syuusuke, Echizen
TEAM C
Atobe, Rin, Saeki, Yuuji, Kenya
TEAM D
Kite, Zaizen, Misami


SCHEDULE (EXAMPLE)
7am............................wake up
7am to 8am................breakfast
8.30am to 12pm.........team practice/group practice (for cycling and swimming)
12.30pm to 1.30pm....lunch
2pm to 5pm................matches/hiking/other activities
5pm to 6pm................team meeting (own university)
6pm to 7.30pm...........bath/shower break
7.30pm to 9pm...........dinner
8.30 onwards.............free (no curfew but be aware of the morning time)


Room and teams might change at the last minute if new people apply for the comm. Any questions, suggestions, please answer here.

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Hello comm people!

Some of you have been asking about layout of the student dorms and the bedrooms. None of your mods are architects so it isn't easy for us to come up with a blueprint of all 4 dorms. I decided on an alternative, The Sims!

I worked on the layout for the medium size room, the one in Murasaki Rooms
BEDROOM )

It's quite simple. You can imagine it larger for those more expensive rooms at Tulip, and slightly smaller for cheaper ones. Also, in the picture there is a bath in the bathroom, but that is mean to be a shower. No bath in any of the bathrooms.


The general idea of the dorms would be like this:
EXTERNAL )
You can try and imagine higher for those dorms with more than 2 floors. For some reason, the image is not loading, please check here http://postimg.org/image/6yn2p2cnj/

1ST FLOOR )
Kitchen, laundry, smoking area and some benches to chill.
There are only 15 rooms in this example because The Sims has lot size limitation.

2ND FLOOR )
The dark rooms would be female and male onsen, internet/computer room and a lounge area.

Parking would be outside that map.

It's not perfect, but I hope it helps! :)
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Hello everyone! We have a few updates for you all!


Winter training camp:

Winter training camp will be held at a hotel in the Tateyama mountains from 3rd of December to the 7th of the same month for all teams. There will be facilities for each sport to practice in and these will be joint practices. There will also be some trekking as well. Rooming will be mixed between all sports teams so we will be posting a rooming list closer to the date. Once practice is over everyone is free to mingle, have dinner together and use the hotel installations(public bath, lounge, cafe etc.)

Regionals:

Regional will be held from the 12th of December to the 18th of December. More information and match-ups soon to come.

Special part-time job opportunity :

Every year the Ho-mall holds a Meet Santa Claus! event during the winter season starting this year from the 23rd of November running until the 25th of December.  Ho-mall is currently looking for applicants to fill the roles of Santa and Santa's little helpers (Elves) If your character would like to sign up please comment on this post!

Toyama Ice skating rink: 

Toyama city will be opening an outdoor ice skating starting from the second week of December until the end of February. 


Suggestions Post:


How would you all feel to have a post where everyone can freely leave suggestions to better the comm,maybe some event or idea you had in mind or maybe there is something you'd like to ask or tell us. Pretty much Anything. If you'd like we can leave a screening option on!

Once again everyone, if you could take the time to tells us penis if you read this post that'd be great. 

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Please, find bellow the results of today, Friday 13th, matches. It is now 6pm in Japan, so the final matches have already happened. 


VOLLEYBALL - Winner: TOGEI  / Runner up: KAIKŌ
semi-finals and final scores )

BASKETBALL - Winner: JOHŌGA  /  Runner Up: SHIRATAIIKU 
semi-finals and final scores )

TENNIS - Winner: JOHŌGA  /  Runner Up: TOGEI
tournament ranking )

SWIMMING - Winner: HŌSEI   /  Runner Up: DMDU 
tournament ranking )
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Please, find bellow the results of today's (+9 GMT) matches. It is still morning in Japan, so these results should e know by lunch time for Volleyball and Basketball, and around 4pm for Tennis and Swimming.

VOLLEYBALL
semi-finals results 11th November )

BASKETBALL
semi-finals results 11th November )

TENNIS
semi-finals results 11th November )

SWIMMING
semi-finals results 11th November )
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INTER UNIVERSITY FORUM NOTIFICATION

This is your forum administrator.

Please, be aware that Toyama's InterUniversity Forum posts cannot be deleted by the user, they need to contact the Forum Admin. and open a claim. It takes 3 working days for posts that have a good reason to be removed to disappear. Comments are no different.

Reasons why a member might want a post to be deleted:

- Account Hacking
- Private or Screened posts wrongly posted to the come forum


This is for security and anti-bullying purposes. Please understand.



TOYAMA UNIVERSITY INFORMATION

Please note that all 3rd years looking into a Bachelor degree must study a 4th year. For foreign students, Japanese Bachelor degrees are between 4 to 6 years depending on the course.

Those taking technical courses can graduate after 3 years most the time. To go into further education they will need another year to complete a Bachelor.

Bachelor degree holders can go straight into PhD.

Thank you.
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 Hello university students!

The mods have an insight into the future, so for your plotting and logging information, please have a look at the Monday results!

On the right you can click on GROUP STAGE for VOLLEYBALL & BASKETBALL results, FINAL STAGE for VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL, TENNIS and SWIMMING.


Remember, they only know the results after Monday, some people's Monday arrive before others. Any question, please ask.
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HELLO GORGEOUS COMM PEOPLE! 

This is your evil!mod. I wanted to remind you of a few things. Please do read or I will cry rivers of sadness.


1. PLEASE DEFRIEND [personal profile] tachibanamako


2. PLEASE RUN THE QUICK ADD  AGAIN since many new people have joined and you don't want to miss anyone!


3. ON MONDAY 9TH NOVEMBER AT 10AM we will have the InterDaigaku Tourmanent so please check when you characters will be playing and whom they will be playing against. I will be posting results tonight for those plotting for logs. Remember, results are random (weighed by strength tho) but you are free to have your character win on lose in Tennis or Swimming regardless of the team result. Your player must be a regular but they can be benched or injured (no horrible injuries allowed... like leg eaten by a shark). Please try to use the tournament as a way of interacting with your team mates or university mates as well as others.


4. INTERDAI SEMI-FINALS WEDNESDAY 11TH NOVEMBER & FINALS FRIDAY 13TH NOVEMBER. Only schools competing in semi-finals and finals will skip class to come and support their university. If one uni is competing with more than one club, the mun can choose what sport to watch. All matches are held at Toyama Sports Arena.

5. HALLOWEEN WINNER'S 
next weekend (Saturday) they will be all together on a bus to the ryokan in Kurobe for the night, courtesy of G-Box. Go ahead and plot log and have fun.


6. COMM 'STORY SO FAR' UPDATE FOR NEWCOMERS I was wondering if you guys want us mods to write a synopses post as to what is happening in the com so far so everyone knows and can be up to date with the 'story'. Give your opinion!
<3 

Any questions, comments or anything, please let us know below~

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The Winter Tournaments are here! Get your boys and girls ready!

The Winter season starts with the InterDai Tournament (InterUni) on Monday, the 9th November at 10am. It will be held at the Toyama Sports Arena, located close to Toyama Higashi Station (near Shirataiiku and DMDU). All clubs have received information about their respective matches and groups on Monday, the 2nd of November.

The results of the matches will be posted online on the day on the link below

InterDai Basketball Winter 2015 / InterDai Volleyball Winter 2015
InterDai Tennis Winter 2015 / InterDai Swimming Winter 2015

Find bellow details of how this tournament will roll. Any question, please ask!

Volleyball and Basketball are single-team sports. They compete in a single elimination tournament. There are 2 groups, A and B. The 1st round is a Round Robin. Teams in each group will play against one another for points. The top 2 in each group will proceed to quarter-finals.

Round 1 to 3 matches will happen on the same day. Group A will play in one court, Group B in another.

The Groups and matches are as follows:

Basketball Matches )
Volleyball Matches )


Tennis and Swimming compete individually as part for a team, therefore they go through single elimination and do not play a Robin Round. There is only one group separated by seeded teams (stronger) but the matches are chosen randomly. They play only that team. Winners continue to quarter-finals. Round 1 will be played on the 9th November. Because there are many matches, only one round can be played that day. In Swimming they all compete on the same pool. Match A and B are help in one tennis court(1), C and D in another (2)

For these 2 sports there could be individual tournaments. If you would like your charater to play in an individual tournament, please state here and a bracket will be opened with the participants. NPCs will be added.

Tennis Matches )
Swimming Matches )
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HELLO COMM PEOPLE!
I've decided to make a few announcements here because seems that not everyone is reading the beautiful comm info I'm putting out there.

1. IF YOU NEED LINKS TO COMM DATA. Please go to [community profile] teamuni  . On the left side you can find a list of 'Taken Characters' with details of characters per uni, what they study, what year, journal and mun. There is also a 'Clubs & Teams Info' so you know what characters are doing what in each club. Also, 'Residence Info' to know room numbers and where everyone is, and 'Part-time Job' for those working. If your character is working, please fill in the form and submit.


2. ALL  STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE PRACTICE MATCHES HAVE FRIDAY OFF. That excludes Kise, Kuroko, anyone who has just arrived, anyone who was sick. They have classes as normal. Also, ALL regulars must have taken part if the practice matches. They have to have been there but could've been benched and not played. They still get a day off. Who played or didn't is up to muns in the team. Please, follow results here.


3. MONDAY IS NATIONAL HOLIDAY IN JAPAN. EVERYONE IS OFF


4. TERM EXAMS START ON TUESDAY 13TH


5. IF YOUR CHARACTER IS A MANAGER, COACH OR MEDIC
rather than a player, please specify below.


6. IT'S GAY PRIDE IN OSAKA ON SATURDAY 10TH so for all you openly proud gay boys and girls (and allies), you can add that to their schedule for the weekend if you wish.

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Check BRACKET to see who's playing who

MONDAY 5RD OCTOBER 2015
PRACTICE MATCHES ROUND 4


RAKOJŌ
DMDU vs NENŌDA(win)
SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs JOHŌGA
TOGEI vs RAKUJŌ(win)
HŌSEI vs KAIKŌ(win)



RAKOJŌ
DMDU(win) vs NENŌDA
SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs JOHŌGA
TOGEI vs RAKUJŌ(win)
HŌSEI(win) vs KAIKŌ



NENŌDA
DMDU vs NENŌDA(win)
SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs JOHŌGA
TOGEI(win) vs RAKUJŌ
HŌSEI(win) vs KAIKŌ


NENŌDA
DMDU vs NENŌDA(win)
SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs JOHŌGA
TOGEI(win) vs RAKUJŌ
HŌSEI vs KAIKŌ(win)





TUESDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2015
PRACTICE MATCHES ROUND 5



DMDU
NENŌDA vs SHIRATAIIKU(win)
DMDU(win) vs TOGEI
JOHŌGA(win) vs HŌSEI
RAKUJŌ(win) vs KAIKŌ


DMDU
NENŌDA vs SHIRATAIIKU(win)
DMDU vs TOGEI (win)
JOHŌGA(win) vs HŌSEI
RAKUJŌ(win) vs KAIKŌ


NENŌDA
NENŌDA vs SHIRATAIIKU(win)
DMDU vs TOGEI (win)
JOHŌGA vs HŌSEI(win)
RAKUJŌ vs KAIKŌ(win)


NENŌDA
NENŌDA vs SHIRATAIIKU(win)
DMDU(win) vs TOGEI
JOHŌGA vs HŌSEI(win)
RAKUJŌ vs KAIKŌ(win)




RESULTS FOR 7TH AND 8TH ALREADY AVAILABLE http://challonge.com/TeamUniPracticeMatch

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Check BRACKET to see who's playing who on Monday and other days

SATURDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2015
PRACTICE MATCHES ROUND 2


JOHŌGA
RAKUJŌ vs NENŌDA(win)
JOHŌGA(win) vs KAIKŌ
DMDU vs HŌSEI(win)
SHIRATAIIKU vs TOGEI(win)



JOHŌGA
RAKUJŌ(win) vs NENŌDA JOHŌGA(win) vs KAIKŌ DMDU(win) vs HŌSEI SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs TOGEI
RAKUJŌ
RAKUJŌ(win) vs NENŌDA JOHŌGA vs KAIKŌ(win) DMDU vs HŌSEI(win) SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs TOGEI
RAKUJŌ
RAKUJŌ(win) vs NENŌDA JOHŌGA vs KAIKŌ(win) DMDU vs HŌSEI(win) SHIRATAIIKU vs TOGEI(win)



SUNDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2015
PRACTICE MATCHES ROUND 3



KAIKŌ
NENŌDA(win) vs JOHŌGA RAKUJŌ(win) vs DMDU KAIKŌ KAIKŌ vs SHIRATAIIKU(win) HŌSEI vs TOGEI(win)
KAIKŌ
NENŌDA vs JOHŌGA(win) RAKUJŌ vs DMDU(win) KAIKŌ vs SHIRATAIIKU(win) HŌSEI vs TOGEI(win)
HŌSEI
NENŌDA vs JOHŌGA(win) RAKUJŌ(win) vs DMDU KAIKŌ vs SHIRATAIIKU(win) HŌSEI(win) vs TOGEI
HŌSEI
NENŌDA(win) vs JOHŌGA RAKUJŌ(win) vs DMDU KAIKŌ(win) vs SHIRATAIIKU HŌSEI(win) vs TOGEI


ON MONDAY MATCHES WILL BE HELD AT
RAKUJŌ (tennis & volleyball) AND TOGEI (basketball & swimming) FROM 8AM


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Practice matches were held today from 8am to 8pm.
Tennis and Volleyball were held at TOGEI
Basketball and Swimming were held at SHIRATAIIKU

These matches are played so coaches can figure out who will be in the regular team for the InterDai Winter Cup in November.
3rd, 2rd and strong 1st years maybe or may not have played, it's up to you the coach.
The order showed in the BRACKET results is:
TENNIS / VOLLEYBALL / BASKETBALL / SWIMMING

Students could have messaged and posted during the day since they were free after their match to watch others play



FRIDAY 2 OCTOBER 2015
PRACTICE MATCHES ROUND 1



TOGEI
NENŌDA vs KAIKŌ(win)
HŌSEI vs RAKUJŌ(win)
TOGEI(win) vs JOHŌGA
SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs DMDU



TOGEI
NENŌDA(win) vs KAIKŌ
HŌSEI(win) vs RAKUJŌ
TOGEI(win) vs JOHŌGA
SHIRATAIIKU vs DMDU(win)



SHIRATAIIKU
NENŌDA vs KAIKŌ(win)
HŌSEI vs RAKUJŌ(win)
TOGEI vs JOHŌGA(win)
SHIRATAIIKU(win) vs DMDU



SHIRATAIIKU
NENŌDA(win) vs KAIKŌ
HŌSEI vs RAKUJŌ(win)
TOGEI(win) vs JOHŌGA
SHIRATAIIKU vs DMDU(win)







ON SATURDAY MATCHES WILL BE HELD AT
JOHŌGA (tennis & volleyball) AND RAKUJO (basketball & swimming)




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