Challenge: Show & Tech

# 1 2016-10-10 Opening and Headlining Acts
  In the Challenge, section A.2.b should read: "The Opening Act should occur before the Headlining Act. The Headlining Act may begin at any time after the end of the Opening Act. The Opening Act and the Headlining Act should not occur at the same time." On the Tournament Data Form, the team will describe how the Opening and Headlining Acts begin and end. The Opening and Headlining Acts described on the Tournament Data Form will be the only two acts scored for D.1, D.2.d, D.3.d and D.4.d."

# 2 2016-11-08 Section A.3
  In the Challenge, section A.3 should read: "Every great show needs a stage. Different types of stages can be used to enhance all kinds of shows. The team must design and build a stage on which some or all of the Opening and Headlining Acts will take place. If some part of each Act does not take place on the Stage, the team's score for A.2.c.i or A.2.c.ii may be affected. The Stage will also move at least 1 team member from one location to another."

 

Challenge: Top Secret

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Challenge: Vanished!

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Challenge: 3-Peat

# 1 2016-09-15 Rules of the Road: Expense Report
  This year the Improvisational Challenge requires an Expense Report. The Rules of the Road should reflect this on page 2, Team Budget and page 18, Team Budget and Expense Report.

# 2 2016-10-25 Section A.3.b.i
  In the Challenge, section A.3.b.i should read: "Before the tournament, the team will research the Stock Characters listed in Table 1. A different list of Stock Characters will be used in Regional Tournaments, Affiliate Tournaments and Global Finals. If there are no Regional Tournaments in the team's Affiliate, the team will choose its Stock Characters from the "Affiliate Tournament" list at the Affiliate Tournament."

# 3 2016-12-01 Second bullet of Section A.3.d.ii
  In the Challenge, the second bullet of section A.3.d.ii should read: "Electronic Devices. For this Challenge, an Electronic Device is any device that can send, receive or create photographs, videos, images, text or data. This includes, but is not limited to, cell phones, tablets, laptops and computers."

# 4 2016-12-01 Section D.2.b
  In the Challenge, section D.2.b should read: "The team may not attach items to walls, including power outlets, or use any items that happen to be at the Presentation Site."

Challenge: In It Together

# 1 2016-09-01 Figure D Regions
  In the Challenge, the Regions in Figure D on page 15 should be labeled in the following way: Region 3 should appear in the bottom right square and Region 4 should appear in the bottom left square. The Region/Area Diagram on page 8 of the Challenge shows the correct configuration of the Regions.

# 2 2016-09-01 Section D.4.a
  In the Challenge, section D.4.a. should read: Structure Tester and Weights: The tournament will provide a Structure Tester as shown in Figures A, B, and C, with the dimensions listed in Table One and taped as in Figures D and E. All weights will be Olympic style weights with a 2in (5.1cm) hole in the center. The range of weights available may vary from tournament to tournament. The team may check with its Tournament Director for specific weights available and/or specifics of the Structure Tester for the tournament (including the height of the Tester Base, the thickness of the Pressure Board, and the actual weight of the Pressure Board). The Pressure Board counts as the first weight.

# 3 2016-09-01 Section D.4.b
  In the Challenge, section D.4.b. should read: Structure Base Region Marking: The team will find instructions on how to tape the Structure Tester Base in the Resource Area of DestinationImagination.org.

# 4 2017-01-13 Sections A.6.d.iii and A.6.d.iv
  In the Challenge, section A.6.d.iii should read: "The creative portrayal of the Art or Science creation from Nation 1. (C.2.c) This creative portrayal must include how the Art or Science creation helps to address the International Issue." In the Challenge, section A.6.d.iv should read: "The creative portrayal of the Art or Science creation from Nation 2. (C.2.d) This creative portrayal must include how the Art or Science creation helps to address the International Issue."

Challenge: Ready, Willing & Fable

# 1 2017-01-30 Character and Impact Prop
  In the Challenge, B.2.b should read: The team will identify, on the Tournament Data Form found at the end of the Challenge, the non-human character that changes in appearance. More than one non-human character can change in appearance, but only the one that is listed on the Tournament Data Form can earn points for E.2. The Appraisers must be able to clearly identify and score the non-human character's change in appearance and the Impact Prop (B.3) separately. If the Appraisers believe that the non-human character's change in appearance and the Impact Prop are too similar, scores for E.2 and E.3 may be affected.