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Second Year

This year, the Nine Schools Competition will start on 5th August and end on the 15th August with the Opening party falls on the 3rd August. This means the competition schedule will last for 11 days, one more day compared to last year.

EventsEdit

The contests in the Nine School Competition focus on the events in athletic magic contests that require more Magic Power. The events were changed every competition in the past, but in recent years the same contests are seen every year until 2096.

Speed Shooting, Crowd Ball and Battle Board are removed and replaced by the three following events: Rower and Gunner, Shield Down and Steeplechase Cross-Country. Icicle Destruction, Rower and Gunner and Shield Down are further divided into solo and pair events. Various procedures for the contests have also changed. 

Monolith CodeEdit

  • Tatsuya, Leo and Mikihiko in Monolith Code.
  • Opened Monolith.

Monolith Code (秘碑解碼) remains the same as before. At the competition site, called a "Stage", magic is used to fight over the "Monolith", with each team having three players. The outcome is determined by splitting the monolith in the enemy encampment and transmitting a concealed code. Any attacks other than magic are forbidden.

Breaking the monolith requires that it be struck with a special Non-Systematic Magic. Due to the nature of the event, this game is the most popular amongst the Nine Schools Competition. [1]

Mirage BatEdit

The event with the least changes in rules; Mirage Bat has 27 contestants with 3 from each High School. The initial fixed 4 competitors per set had changed to 3 rounds with 4 competitors and 3 rounds with 5 competitors. The set a competitor will participate in will be determined through lottery. With the introduction of Flying Type Magic, usage of sustained flight is restricted to one minute burst which means that competitors are required to land within one minute.

Rower and GunnerEdit

Further divided into solo and pair categories.

In the pair category, one person acts as the 'rower' of an unmotorized boat along a water channel, and the other acts as the 'gunner', who will shoot down targets either on the banks of the channel or moving on the water channel itself. Both the time taken to reach the goal and the number of targets shot will determine the score.

In the solo category, a single person acts as both the 'rower' and 'gunner'.

This event was derived originally from USNA's naval training menu.

Shield DownEdit

Further divided into solo and pair categories.

Participants holding shields will battle in an elevated arena. Winning conditions are either one of these:

  1. Destroy opponent's shield,
  2. Steal opponent's shield,
  3. Cause opponent to drop shield and unable to recover it for 5 seconds or more,
  4. Knock opponent out of the arena.

A participant can use both physical (either with his body or the shield) and magic attacks on the opponent's shield but only magic to knock an opponent off the arena. Physical strikes on the opponent's body are not allowed.

Steeplechase Cross-CountryEdit

An obstacle course in the forest where participants compete by the time taken to clear it. Originally derived from infantry training menu. Obstacles can be natural or man-made. They can be automated gun emplacements or magic obstacles. Steeplechase is restricted to years 2 and 3 only. 

Icicle Destruction / Ice Pillar BreakEdit

Further divided into solo and pair categories.

  • Icicle Destruction / Ice Pillar Break
  • Icicle Destruction / Ice Pillar Break stadiums

Icicle Destruction (冰柱攻防) or "Ice Pillar Break" is the same as the year before, where two players stand on a tower four meters in height, defending twelve pillars contained in twelve meter square area while attacking twelve pillars in the opposition's field.

Players compete to destroy the opponent's pillars before their own are broken. There is no need to use the body, since Players compete remotely with magic, so Players may wear whatever they wish, with the only restriction being that "It Must Not Offend Public Order or Morals".

It is said the Women's Pillar Break has become a fashion show in recent years.

Points Allocation / ScoresEdit

Competition Name Types Winners
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

Icicle Destruction

Rower and Gunner

Shield Down

Solo 50pts 30pts 20pts
Pair 60pts 40pts 20pts
Mirage Bat - 50pts 30pts 20pts 10pts
Monolith Code - 100pts 60pts 40pts
Steeplechase Cross-Country - 50pts 30pts  20pts 5pts 5pts 5pts

Results of the Nine Schools Competition events for AD 2096.  [2]

  • Events are categorized into two: Official Division and Newcomer's Division
  • Rower and Gunner, Shield Down and Icicle Destruction are categorised into two: Solo and Pair 
  • M / F = Male / Female
  • There are only two gender specific events: Mirage Bat (Women's Only) and Monolith Code (Men's Only).
  • Only the Official Division can compete in the Steeplechase Cross-Country.
Schedule Competition Name Types Winners
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
August 5,
Official Division
Rower and Gunner M, Pair Seventh High Third High First High
F, Pair

First High

Seventh High Third High
August 6,
Official Division
Rower and Gunner M, Solo

Seventh High

Third High

First High
F, Solo Seventh High Third High First High
August 7,
Official Division
Shield Down M, Pair

First High

Third High
F, Pair Third High
Icicle Destruction M, Pair Third High First High
F, Pair

First High

Third High
August 8,
Official Division
Icicle Destruction M, Solo Third High First High
F, Solo

First High

Shield Down M, Solo

First High

F, Solo

First High

August 9,
Newcomers' Division
Rower and Gunner M, Pair First High
F, Pair

First High

August 10,
Newcomers' Division
Shield Down M, Solo First High
F, Solo

First High

Icicle Destruction M, Solo First High
F, Solo

First High

August 11,
Newcomers' Division
Mirage Bat F

Fourth High

First High Third High Fifth High
August 12,
Newcomers' Division
Monolith Code M

Fourth High

First High

August 13,
Official Division
Mirage Bat F

First High

First High

Third High
August 14,
Official Division
Monolith Code M

First High

Third High
August 15,
Official Division
Steeplechase Cross-Country F

First High

First High

First High

First High

M

Third High

ReferencesEdit

  1. 4: Nine Schools Competition Chapter (II) - http://baka-tsuki.org
  2. Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei Japanese Wiki

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