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Proxy Policy

At WRAPL, we strongly encourage the playing of trading cards and video game battles to the utmost integrity and fairness. However, some exceptions may apply to those who would like to play with alternatives for the purpose of playing with cards they do not own or wanting to test a particular deck strategy in preparation for tournaments, or for the case of video games, play with a team of Pokémon that wouldn’t normally be allowed in standard format battles at Premier Events. All players are subject to the following rules regarding the use of proxy cards or non-legitimately obtained video game Pokémon:

TCG
1. Proxy cards are allowed at our League only for the purposes of testing a deck idea or strategy.
2. Players will be required to use real cards in order to participate in a Leader Challenge. Proxy cards are by definition not tournament-legal, and therefore they do not meet the criteria of a Modified-Constructed deck in order to participate in the Leader Challenge. League Leaders are required to refuse Leader Challenges against players using proxies.
3. A player has the option to refuse challenges, if offered, against another player using proxies. If the player accepts, League Leaders reserve the right not to award stamps on the tracking card of the player using proxies.
4. League Leaders reserve the right to refuse challenges against players using proxies outside of Leader Challenges.
5. If League Leaders accept non-Leader Challenges, they reserve the right not to award stamps on the tracking card of the player using proxies. Their decision will be made at the start of each battle.

VG
1. At this time, there are currently no methods here at WRAPL to ensure the legitimacy of Pokémon obtained outside of capture through normal gameplay or via special event distribution. We ask that players exercise integrity in using real Pokémon when conducting video game battles.
2. Non-legitimate Pokémon is defined as Pokémon obtained by means outside of normal gameplay or special event distribution. This includes Pokémon that contains illegal moves, natures, and abilities that are not obtainable in the current video game versions. This does not include Pokémon with Hidden Abilities approved by The Pokémon Company.
3. A player has the option to refuse challenges, if offered, against another player using non-legitimate Pokémon, The League Leader reserves the right not to award stamps on the player’s tracking card.
4. A team of real Pokémon is required to participate in the VG Leader Challenge. League Leaders are required to refuse Leader Challenges against players using non-legitimate Pokémon.

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