I know in the Tournament Rules it states that "the TO must set up tables suitable for tournament play. Each table must contain a 3' by 3' square play area with clearly delineated edges."
I may end up TOing one of the KRT's, so I thought I should bring this up. If you are expecting 12-20+ people, I don't know of anyone that has that many maps, aside from FFG themselves. I have one map that is tournament legal, and 2 felt ones that can be used as well, but there's no way I can field enough maps for everyone. So, I'm just putting it out there as a blanket request, please bring your maps to the KRT events you will be attending, as long as they fit within the scope of the rules. I know the TO's will welcome having as many maps as possible, as who knows how many people will show up at each venue. Thank you.
Also, other blanket statements I would like to add:
1. please bring a core set and all of its necessary components. "The TO is not expected to supply any game components to players." Not saying that we won't, but more saying that the onus is on the players to do so.
2. Please read the current Tournament Rules pdf from FFG. That is what will govern your tournament, and having knowledgeable players will make the tournament run more smoothly.
3. Please, please read the Core Set Rulebook again. I know, you've already read it, but I can't tell you how many games I played where we did something wrong without even knowing about it. Then after reading the rulebook AGAIN, we found out what we were doing wrong. Especially for all of the newer players that will be participating, please give your rulebook another thorough reading, as it will also make the day go much smoother if both players (as well as the TO/judge) know what the rules are before playing. Also, the Rules forum on here is good to peruse as well, but not instead of, this request.
4. Most importantly, have fun!