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Term: Tournaments Rulings
Are Character cards with Voice Actor signatures on them (if you got your card signed, something I might want to do) legal for tournament play? If so, are there any specifics? (in another TCG, as long as the signature doesn't cover any of the text on the card; it's legal)

Good question! For Character Cards, markings/signatures should not obscure critical card information like rules text or character stats. Otherwise, that should be fine. Ultimately, however, legality of an individual card is up to the Head Judge of the event in question.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-10-11)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
As is my understanding, the majority of infractions which occur in the Transformers TCG can easily be addressed through other resources such as the WPN Tournament rules document, but I feel there are some situations which are exclusive to the Transformers TCG. In particular, what should occur when a player forgets to draw their card at the beginning of the turn, and neither player realizes until after combat flips have occurred? Obviously not drawing a card in this instance has the possibility to be advantageous for the active player.
My second question is similar but slightly different. How does the above ruling pertain to situations when the card draw is from a triggered ability, such as Private Firedrive's attack trigger?

As long as it’s still the same turn, the player should just draw the card when the error is noticed. It usually doesn’t matter if the card they draw isn’t the card they would have drawn had they drawn at the right time. However, if the player has gained knowledge of the top card of their deck or manipulated it in some way, such as with Plan, you can back up if possible, or come to another mutually agreed upon solution, such as drawing the second card of their deck. If you’re in a tournament, a Judge should be notified as soon as the error is discovered. It doesn’t matter whether the draw is from the normal start of turn or from a triggered ability or something else.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-10-25)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Infractions, Tournaments
Which card sets are permitted in Constructed tournaments?

Wave 1: Transformers TCG Booster Packs
• Convention Pack 2018
• Autobot Starter Set
• Metroplex Deck
• Convention Edition 2018
Wave 2: Rise of the Combiners
• Devastator Deck
• Bumblebee vs Megatron Starter Set
Wave 3: War for Cybertron: Siege I
• Convention Pack 2019
Blaster vs Soundwave (35th Anniversary Edition)
Blaster vs Soundwave (Retail Edition)
Wave 4: War for Cybertron: Siege II
Wave One Energon Edition (Character and Battle Cards)
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
Which promo cards are permitted in Constructed tournaments?

P1: Bumblebee - Electrum Warrior
P2: Omega Supreme - Autobot Defense Base
P3: Private Smashdown
P4: Flamewar - Veteran Decepticon (Gold Foil Variant)
P5: Bumblebee - Trusted Lieutenant (Gold Foil Variant)
P6: Private Red Alert - Medic (Gold Foil Variant)
P7: Nightbird - Enigmatic Agent
P8: Raider Runamuck - Infantry Soldier (Gold Foil Variant)
P9: Raider Runabout - Infantry Soldier (Gold Foil Variant)
P10: Raider Road Hugger - Infantry Tactics (Gold Foil Variant)
P11: All-Out Attack (Energon Edition Foil Variant)
P12: Tandem Targeting System (Energon Edition Foil Variant)
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
What Cards are banned in Constructed Tournaments?

The Battle Cards Swap Parts and Press the Advantage are banned from use in Constructed play.
The Battle Card Multi-Mission Gear has also been announced as banned.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
How do I get the official Tournament Rules?

The Tournaments Rules may be downloaded from theWPN Transformers TCG Tournament Rules page.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
What is a Deck Check?

Deck checks may be performed at any tournament at the option of the head judge. A deck check compares the deck registration list to the current contents of a player’s deck. If they do not match, appropriate penalties may be issued.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
May I take notes?

Players are allowed to take written notes during a match and may refer to those notes while that match is in progress. At the beginning of a match, each player’s note sheet must be empty and must remain visible throughout the match. Players do not have to explain or reveal notes to other players. Judges may ask to see a player’s notes and/or request that the player explain their notes.
Players may not refer to other notes, including notes from previous matches, during games.
Between games, players may refer to a brief set of notes made before the match. They are not required to reveal these notes to their opponents. These notes must be removed from the play area before the beginning of the next game. Players taking excessive amounts of time reviewing notes may be subject to Slow Play penalties.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
May I use an electronic device?

Players may use electronic devices to do the following:
Take and review notes (as outlined in section 2.11).
Briefly answer personal calls not related to the game.
Players may not use electronic devices to access outside strategic sources (websites, forums, etc.) or communicate with others in order to receive outside assistance. Players taking excessive amounts of time using an electronic device may be subject to Slow Play penalties.
Players wishing to view information privately on electronic devices during matches must request permission from a judge.
The Head Judge of an event may further restrict or forbid the use of electronic devices during matches.
Use of the Official Transformers TCG Companion App is permitted for damage/health tracking.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments
How many players are required for a tournament to remain Officially Sanctioned?

Sanctioned Transformers TCG tournaments require a minimum of four (4) players, and a minimum of two rounds must be played.
Source: Wizards of the Coast (2019-11-21)    【Link to Ruling】
Tags: Tournaments