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All competitive level REL events require a judge.

  1. Grand Prix Trials (L1+ judge required)
  2. Preliminary Pro Tour Qualifiers (L2+ judge required)
  3. Premium Tournaments/Qualifiers (L2+ judge required)

However, all events benefit from having a judge present so consider having one available for casual events as well.

Three different double-sided foil tokens: Issue these at your discretion at your FNM events.

Quantities:

  • Core level: 4 per week
  • Advanced level: 8 per week
  • Advanced Plus level: 16 per week

Starting with Friday Night Magic events in January 2015, Core level and above stores can schedule up to three events in formats with a 1x Planeswalker Point multiplier (Ranked), and up to three events in any format with a single Planeswalker Point (Casual) each week.

If you want to offer more, you can schedule additional events in WER on Friday night and run them as you would an FNM.

FNM can be run in any format.

Schedule your FNM events in Wizards Event Reporter up to the 7th of the previous month (Example: June FNM is available for scheduling between April 8th and May 7th).

WPN locations of Core level and above are eligible to run FNM.

A weekly night of Magic: The Gathering gameplay, occurring every Friday. Core level and above WPN retailers who schedule Friday Night Magic receive a no-charge kit of tools to help them offer a great Magic experience.

A child under the age of the 13 will need a parent's permission to create an account and receive a DCI number. You may issue a child a generic DCI card and instruct him or her to create an account, with a parent present, at a later time.

Yes. Issue the player a generic DCI card. When you enroll a player in an event in WER, enter the number of the DCI card along with their first and last name. Then hand the card to the player and encourage him or her to follow the link on the card to create a Wizards Account at a later time.

Once a player creates a Wizards Account, they can claim the DCI number as their own. The first time a player claims a generic DCI card, they will be awarded 5 lifetime Planeswalker Points.

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