There are two conditions needed for a pass to give an SPP:
#1 Was the pass (roll) Accurate?
#2 Was the ball caught in the targeted square?
Condition #1 is not affected by condition #2, and nowhere in the rules does it say that #2 has to follow directly from #1 - the ball can be dropped, bounce, dropped some more, go off the pitch and be thrown in by the crowd - it doesn't matter.
Completions (COMP): A player who makes an accurate pass that is caught by a receiver from his own team in the targeted square of the pass when the ball comes to rest earns 1 Star Player point. This is called a completion.
There is only one receiver in that square, and him catching it is required to get the spp
I had thought i had editted the mistaken part about it needing to be his first try, and have pushed through the edit.
But it absolutely has to be the player it was thrown to to get the spp, at least by the rules.
Wrong - as per the wording from the rules YOU quoted - there is no such thing as an "intended receiver", all that matters is that it is caught in the "targeted square". Most of the time this will be the receiver who was there originally, but there are skill interactions that can end up with a different receiver (from the same side) being in the square when the ball lands and/or bounces back - it's rare (I've seen it once in 100s of games, and I can't recall the specifics, but I think there was combination of Pass Block, Diving Tackle and a couple of Shadowing players - it was a high TV PBeM league, and not my teams, I was the admin) but it can happen, and if it does it still gives SPP, even if the receiver has changed.
So yes, RTFM indeed.
To get the spp, you have to have the ball thrown accurately, and caught by the intended player (on his first attempt, with or without reroll)
This is incorrect - to get the SPP the throw has to be accurate and the ball caught by A receiver (the the passers team) in the targeted square, but it doesn't have to be on their first attempt. As long as the ball comes to rest in the targeted square in the hands of the a receiver from the same side (however it got there) then the SPP is awarded (Blood Bowl rules, not tested on the game).
"Completions (COMP): A player who makes an accurate pass that is caught by a receiver from his own team in the targeted square of the pass when the ball comes to rest earns 1 Star Player point. This is called a completion."
I don t know why the topic has been erased.
That explains why I can't find it!
My question is simple, all theses rules have been designed for Tabletop and limited season matches.
Incorrect - these rules were designed for tabletop, yes, but they were made during the Vault days. which was for Perpetual Blood Bowl, and were designed for use both in fixed-time leagues AND open formats.
No words can describe how I hate those new "unwieldy flashy targeted to braindead teenagers for ease of scrolling from a tablet while in the toilet"-forums' designs being adopted everywhere. Now it's reached BB2 forums finally. They are no good for any serious reader, it's just mostly a pile of s%$t, a dozen of most hyped topics atm sticking at the top, while everything else sunk to the bottom and you're sentenced for mindnumbing work of scrolling this s%$t down one page at a time trying to find some good discussions of past year. Why, why such attrocity is needed at game's forums clearly not targeted for casual audience?