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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:35 am

Live, on July 19, from St. Louis, Missouri, at the Scottrade Center, The Powerbase Presents…



[size=325]King of The Street Fight Round Three!!![/size]

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DETAILS: Fresh off a victory against one Eve Riley, Brad Rhodes, the newly crowned X-Factor Champion, makes his first defense in the semi-finals of The King of The Street Fight. Brad and his opponent will meet just inside the main entrance to the Scottrade Center. The entire arena is your ring. The only rule is to make your opponent quit.
This match will run Wednesday-Friday.


RP RULES:
King of Wrestling Rules. Eight post cap, with a two hour continuation rule. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson and Krusher w/ Genocide as tiebreaker

SIM RULES: NO SIM

INT RULES: NO INT(but interlopers are encouraged to participate.)

WINNER:

Krusher says: This match is one I've been both looking forward to and dreading all week. Over the last two months Brad has honed his game to a very high level, and Aaron is the second longest reigning Superstar Champion in Federation X history, so I knew this match would be an awesome read. The problem is, how do you judge a match between two of the best we have? So, I was looking forward to reading the match, and dreading having to judge it.

As it turns out, my fears were justified, as both men brought their A game. The effort was exactly what I expected from both, just what we've come to expect. Brad's story hooked me from the beginning, and I found myself just reading to see what happened next. My first nit-pick came early, though. Selling is big with me, and Aaron's twist of having Baron Von Chaos behind the Underworld Religion seemed to be a huge stretch to me. Brad's post went into some detail talking about how the culture and belief system of The Underworld had developed over generations. To have The Baron able to come in and insert his own religion in the few months since the oil rig explosion in the gulf just didn't ring true to me against Brad's backdrop. Both men did an admirable job trying to make the Baron fit into the story, but he always seemed a bit of an add-on to me.

The tension between Brad and Eve was a nice touch, and I liked the way both men used it early on to add some heat to the match. It also led to some early action, which is always nice. I like back story and setting the stage probably more than most of the judges here, but these are still fights, and action is important. Both men did a pretty good job of finding creative ways to add action to the match and keep the pace moving along.

Aaron is one of the best in the federation at writing dialogue, and this match was no exception. Brad's dialogue is nice and tight, but Aaron takes a slight edge here. But, much like when you find yourself in a match with Johnny XS, there's no shame in losing the dialogue war to Aaron.

The WOW part of my card was fairly close, with Aaron taking a slight edge here as well. Overall, I liked most of the twists introduced by both men, and I liked the way they both worked together to incorporate them into the story instead of treating them as obstacles to be overcome.

All in all, the match was pretty tight, with each man playing to his strengths, and doing so effectively. In the end, my scorecard showed Brad Rhodes pulling ahead early and Aaron coming on strong late. He just didn't quite come on quite strong enough, and Brad Rhodes holds on for the win.

Krusher's pick – Brad Rhodes

Grayson says: This is one of the most entertaining reads of the tournament. I thought we were going to have a hard time finding a creative outlet that could match what went on through Kieran's first two rounds of the tournament, but that isn't the case as Aaron and Brad pick right up where Aaron and Kieran left off and really put on a hell of a match. The finals are in danger of being upstaged. Now, let's go break it down.

Brad. Brad goes bold early, and brings in a massive piece of creative that could easily blow up in his face if it doesn't read smooth and tight. Relax, because it does. Laying the early foundation for the backdrop of the story, Brad gives us a plot that I know is going to open all kinds of creative doors for he and Aaron. I also know he's got the right opponent to work something this brazen with. Brad works some tight creative in this match, but never better than his opening post in which he introduces us to an entire culture lost beneath St. Louis. For the most part Brad brings good action to the table, and tight dialogue. We also don't get any wasted posts, where the story isn't moving along. I will say that I found a couple of choppy short sentences and tense changes, which we all know I hate. I also thought Brad had some small misses in his selling, including having Aaron not want to fight, shortly after Aaron made it clear in his own post that he was willing to fight. I also felt like we could have gone somewhere much more interesting with the silent guide of Crowe's. I was waiting to be shocked or blown away by his identity, and unfortunately when I found out who it was, it seemed like a footnote and not a highlight. That's a lot of dramatic tension wasted.

Aaron. The fat man came to fight. Action and dialogue both went to Aaron with a slight edge, and going in I probably could have predicted that. I couldn't have predicted that he'd bring in Baron Von Chaos, and unlike my judging partner......I liked it. A society on the fringe of being forgotten is always looking for a bold, dramatic leader, and the fact that they are enthralled with a religion that the Baron could usurp in order to use them to his own ends seems entirely plausible to me. Plus it added an element of humor to the story, that I felt both men properly took advantage of. I love the Baron. Maybe Aaron was banking on that. Like Brad, I felt that Aaron had a couple of slight selling misses, including bringing Crowe back to help them in the end. I didn't see anything that suggested to me that Crowe would turn altruistic in the nick of time. I also thought it was odd that as the building crumbled into the ground, Paragon watched the chaos and did nothing. Both men seemed to be aware of John, but nobody took the leap to entwine him in this story in a way I think he should have been used.

Brad opened in control of the first few posts, but then this became a back and forth match. It wouldn't bother me to be awarding this win to either man. Both are ready for a showdown with our other winner. Brad gets a big edge for driving the creative device around which the story is built and having the Baron's minion try and overthrow him, but Aaron counters with BVC being involved, Crowe being drawn in, the FF powers and a mystery man angle. That pushes his just barely ahead of Brad. And I cannot stress the word BARELY enough.

Aaron Action gets my vote.

So we're going to the tiebreaker. You're up Costanza!

Geno:Both Aaron and Brad fell short of the special 8 post cap for this round. It's the kind of match where, as a judge, you're hoping one of the competitors got a seventh post up to give yourself an easy decision.

Brad and Aaron have been coming into their matches in different mindsets, although I'd suspect it's more of a result of thier OOC schedules instead of a conscious tactic. Brad has been coming out strong, setting the tone and his story with an early post right after 12 that he'd prewritten. The semifinals were no different, with Brad getting a great start. The pseudo-religious prophetic words were a great hook, immediately pulling me into his story. He also did a good job of continuing the story he's been pushing throughout the tournament, the tension with Eve, and his internal struggle against the asshole he's always been.

Aaron has been sitting back in his matches, getting his first post in late morning. He usually does a good job of spinning his opponent's story in a direction he's comfortable with, and manages to weave it into his own story. Like Brad, Aaron stayed with what's gotten him this far in a tough tournament. I liked the inclusion of the Baron, although probably not as much as Grayson did. I did find it reasonable that one crazy supervillian could take over a fringe society like that. Aaron then followed up with a small missell, putting Eve and Brad in Brad's locker room instead of at ringside. I did like his interaction between Aaron's good old boy-ness and Marlowe's semi-ethical business practices.

There were some missed opportunities from both men early on. With Brad starting in the middle of the match and going into flashbacks, there was a chance for both men to get some early action points by putting some match action in instead of just relying on prematch tactics. They got to the action pretty early though, which is good. Brad did a good job of making sure the fighting would stay a part of the story by introducing the angle of fighting for a leader of the underground society... although the action stalled a little in the post itself. It's hard to penalize him much for that, as he was selling the nerve toxin. Great story, dialog, and fun points. "Do you have tits??" may have been the line of the match.

At the halfway point, I had Brad up by 0.35 pts, largely on the strength of his story progression.

Aaron came out of the blocks, getting back over half of that deficit with a very good fourth post. Brad came back with a good fifth, putting Crowe's guide as the deposed priest. I also liked him underselling the superpowers instead of turning it too cartoony. I would've liked to see him focus on the fight a little more instead of pulling the trigger on the escape. Aaron kept coming on strong, and believe it or not, I had this as a DEAD HEAT going into each man's last post.

Wow... I think what this VERY VERY close, by the slimmest margin possible in my scoring system, comes down to one thing. From his first post, Brad involved the idea of Homeless J. Uncomfortable with that concept, Aaron turned the story into one involving Baron Von Chaos instead, and Brad just let him. The story progression that served him so well in the first half of the match faded out, and something involving Homeless J would have helped it.

Aaron Action is the new X-Factor World Champ, and will be meeting Johnny XS in the King of the Street Fight Finals. Congrats to both of you.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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DETAILS: Johnny XS is fresh off not one, but TWO KoTSF wins, a fact that is most assuredly boosting his confidence. Kash’s road to the finals has been a little more difficult, with XS being his greatest challenge yet. XS and Kashmir will meet in the courtyard outside the Scottrade Center. The whole city of St. Louis is your ring. The only rule is to make your opponent quit.
This match will run with the card - Tuesday-Thursday.

RP RULES: King of Wrestling Rules. Eight post cap, with a two hour continuation rule. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGES: Genocide and Psycho Mantis w/ Krusher as tie breaker

SIM RULES: NO SIM

INT RULES: NO INT(but interlopers are encouraged)

WINNER: Geno: Sorry guys, I'm running a little low on time tonight, so this write-up probably isn't going to be as detailed as this match deserves... and it was a very good match. Kashmir wasn't at the top of many lists as a potential King of Wrestling semi-finalist. In this match, he showed he belonged. Kashmir didn't seem out of place at all trading posts with a Hall of Famer in Johnny XS. Unfortunately for Kashmir, XS was at the top of his game too. I knew Mike would have his hands full when XS clocked in his first post at the opening bell, in a very un-XS like move. Johnny is motivated for this tournament, and he proved it in this match.

Johnny hit the first two posts of the match, very solid ones too, scoring well and starting some angles that would carry this match to the end. Kashmir's first was very good, but he was playing catch-up. Getting out-posted 3-1 on day 1 and missing a bonus point put him in that situation for the rest of the match.

Kashmir could use a little work on his dialog. At times, it seemed a little forced (do people call toilet paper "ass-wipe?") and didn't flow well, especially comparing it to XS's. XS is a master dialogsman though, always has been. Kashmir deciding he was going to win the match on his own is a good touch... although, wouldn't allowing Maria and Jake to help out, thus expelling more energy, forcing them to ingest food and water to refuel sell the gimmick a little better? OK, that may be a stretch. I really liked the idea of Kashmir heading to XS, considering the angle of both believing the other were going to throw the match. I wished he would've fleshed the idea out more instead of just the last sentence of the post, putting the ball back in XS's court.

XS opened his third post with a small missell of Jake, who as we know has the utmost respect for Genocide and the position of Director of Talent Relations. XS also could've done a lot more with the prematch meeting between Kash and XS. There was an opportunity for some good comedy or drama, but Johnny blew the wad on it too early. I've heard he as that problem from time to time though. Regardless, the rest of it was pure Johnny XS gold. His interaction with Benjamin and Shelly, and the inclusion of the mysterious Network Ninja. Static is also OVER as always.

Kashmir nearly matched XS post for post, but Johnny was adding more to the overall story, without a lot of counter additions from Kashmir, who was stuck in a selling mode. And he sold well. A little better than XS, even. Action was pretty even and solid throughout.

In the end, Kashmir proved himself to be a viable main event star in Federation X, but Johnny XS was in 2003 form. With superior story, dialog, and haiku, Johnny XS gets the nod from me.

Geno's Pick: Johnny XS

Psycho Mantis: Johnny XS begins by weaving an interesting angle right from the bat. His dialogue is spot on as usual, and he moves the plot along quickly while creating angle opportunities. Kash doesn’t respond, and XS throws up another, creating a hard lead for Kashmir to catch up on. XS continues by adding another aspect to the match with the mayor and the city, although his dialogue with Geno was not quite up to part with his usual work. Kashmir finally starts posting, but his first post left much to be desired, and I did not particularly care for his sell of Manowar. XS follows up by moving his plot at a brisk pace, while introducing new elements and throwing in some humor for good measure. An appearance by The Network Ninja is chuckle-enducing, but didn’t affect his score. Kashmir’s next post is solid enough, but he missed a few marks in terms of selling Stats, and while he did start the action, it didn’t quite pace the way it should have.

After reading everything, I have to choose the guy whose work was the most consistent, who continuously introduced new roleplay elements into the story; that person is Johnny XS



FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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DETAILS: Kieran Crowe is coming off a demoralizing loss at The King of The Street Fight. Still, the man wears the title of Superstar Champion and as such, must defend his crown. We’ll give him a break though, and make it so that he only has to defend in a standard match. Considering who his opponent is though, I can scarcely call this a night off.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar Rules. Six post cap w/ three hour continuation rule. For each time a player gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: NO INT

SIM RULES: NO SIM

WINNER: This was a GREAT match, and I wanted to say that before I get into the matches it's self.

Eve's match was just what you'd expect from Eve Riley. Well paced and well written and easy to read. It was more then likely not her best work given this is her third RP match in a row, but still their was a lot to like in this match. I loved the announcer interplay, and the the way she described the moves. The only real issue I had with Eve's match was at the start of the match. The conversion with Crowe did not seem right, and her “pity party” moment. Came off as a bit cheesy. These are really minor quibbles as Eve is trying to get back into her role as “The Beacon”. Once the fighting started Eve was on her game, and it showed.

Crowe was very good as sell selling injuries from “The King of the Street fight,” and more aftermath of “The Last match of Johnny Rude.” He portrayed himself as a man on the edge, and it worked, and in his interview started laying the groundwork of looking for a measure revenge for his son, and not believing Eve had really changed. Just like Eve he was good in the ring and with action. His announcer chatter was good as was his match pacing, and move descriptions.

As far as twists and turns both were good, and interesting. From Rylan Hearn's attack. To the “Punishmentalist” showing up, and the battle of wills between Eve trying to prove she was sorry, and Crowe becoming more and more annoyed at it. Storm's appearance and beating was a bit far fetched, but well in line with Crowe who once used a funnel to OD Eve with coke. This match was SO close on my score card almost a wash. So it came down to Bonus points, and Eve grabbed all three, and Crowe missed one by a couple of seconds. So that is why Eve won the match. It was that close. So Eve Riley is the new Superstar champion. Congrats to her..

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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DETAILS: The Titan of Talk is on a roll, but can he defeat The Golden Standard, Mister Jake Price? We’ll find out as the two battle it out in a no-holds barred, no disqualification, I Quit match.

RP RULES: Standard Match Rules. For each day a person gets a post up that is a) not back to back or is b) Three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus pont.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x I Quit

WINNER: Sorry. Really busy so no big details. I enjoyed the match. both men worked together well. I liked the story. In the end, Rylan needed to make up 4 sim points. Jake is too strong to do that to.

Winner: Jake Price

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake


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[size=200]Welcome to the Machine match!!![/size]

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DETAILS: Osiris is a new comer to Federation X. Oblivion is a former King of The Street Fight competitor whose motivations and goals are shrouded in mystery. They’re both new comers to the company, so we’ll be pitting them up against one another.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a person posts that is not a) back to back or that is b) three hours apart form one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: INTs allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER: Oblivion takes a 1 point lead in the sim, but Osiris rolls over him in the RP with the beginnings of a good comeback story. It's a shame Oblivion didn't have more time to post for the match, because the two had set up a fairly interesting dynamic for a completely heatless match going in.
Winner - Osiris

FINISHING RIGHTS: Osiris


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[size=200]First Blood Brawl!!![/size]

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DETAILS: The Human Safety Hazard has had some hard times since becoming a member of Federation X. Mandy has as well, but her troubles stem from the death of her former mentor, Johnny Rude. Greg had some unfinished business with The Rudeness, and now has a chance to settle things up with his supposed, “legacy.” Will he seal the deal, or will Mandy prove to be too much for him?

RP RULES: Standard match rules.. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x First Blood

WINNER: I'm going to keep this brief as was the match. Greg showed up and simmed his matches. Mandy did not. Giving Greg an easy win, and Mandy the loss

FINISHING RIGHTS: Greg


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[size=325]A Clash of Superstars!!![/size]

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DETAILS: The SUPERSTAR has made quite an impact since his return to Federation X. Stan Daniels has as well ever since turning away from LEGION and all that encompassed. Now these two Fed X powerhouses face off against one another to see which one has a brighter future in the company.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER:

FINISHING RIGHTS:


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[size=325]Match of HATE![/size]

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DETAILS: Metal has had some problems with HATE! and one Acid Ed. Manowar is a long time associate of Ed, and a win against this man will prove to be devastating against HATE! Can Metal rise to the occasion and deal a critical blow to his enemy, or will Manowar make short work of him?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER: Metal

FINISHING RIGHTS: Short and sweet, finishing goes to Manowar.


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[size=325]Beat A Bitch Match![/size]

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DETAILS: The Meanest Man Alive vs. The Beacon. Last time these two faced off, it was a house of fire. Ever since the death of one Johnny Rude however, Eve has made a solemn vow to avenge him. She gets her chance here, but in a Pure Wrestling competition. Can she overcome one of the most dangerous men alive in a technical competition, or will Acid Ed finish her off?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER: MATCH CANCELED

FINISHING RIGHTS:


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[size=325]Dark Card Women’s Match![/size]

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DETAILS: Angelica is working on a phenomenal comeback so far, but now she has her greatest challenge yet, former Harbinger Champion Maria Ann Callan Price. Or, as we like to call her, Maria. The fans will be filling the seats for this one, no doubt about it.


RP RULES
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Standard match rules, for each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide


INT RULES:
INTS Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER: Being the lazy bastard I am, I haven't had much of a chance to read Maria's work. That's going to change now. I was very impressed with her. It's also nice to see Angelica rounding back into form. Not a ton of posting in this match, but what I saw was very solid ring action, and an entertaining, albeit brief match. A sim blowout gives this one to Maria, and an extra post gives her finishing rights.



FINISHING RIGHTS:
Maria
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:38 am

Live, on July 13, from Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the Target Center, The Powerbase Presents…



[size=325]King of The Street Fight Round Two!!![/size]

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DETAILS: Johnny and Oblivion are competing in the Bronx. They are going to be dropped off in Joyce Kilmer Park, and they then have to race to Harry S. Truman High School. The first one to report to Grayson - who will be sitting in the Principal's office - wins.

All second round matches are anything goes races with street fight rules.

RP RULES: KoTSF Rules with an 8 post cap and 2 hour continuation rule. For each day a person posts that is not a) back to back or that b)is within 2 hours of the first, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher and Grayson with Genocide as a tie-breaker.

SIM RULES: NO SIM.

INT RULES: NO INT.

WINNER:
Grayson says: Closer than you can even imagine.

This match is a collision of conflicting styles and somehow the combatants managed to make it work, with only slight issues in terms of the way it reads. XS is notoriously ineffective in moving any match that involves somebody playing to a "NightHawk" type theme, and his robotic NightHawk impression is the only thing that was missing from this showdown. Seriously though, I was surprised that this match didn't seem more disjointed given how drastically different the two men's approach to writing is. Let's break them down separately.

Oblivion. This is a fresh new character for me, and I found myself intrigued with what I was reading. I'm familiar with NightHawk, and I even know the details of his "Omega Option," yet this managed to feel unique and different, yet related all at the same time. From a technical standpoint, I could nitpick a little bit, but in general the work was exceptional. A couple of tense switches, a couple of choppy sentences because the words which were chosen didn't fit. Not enough to make any post really suffer though. Oblivion got straight to the conflict and gave the match a purpose early on, which scored him some good points and helped him to a slight edge in the early going. He also clearly understood XS and did a good job not just of selling himself, but of selling his opponent. As each post went by, I was confident that he was writing a story that suited both men. Dialogue was good, in character, and helped to move the story. I felt like if there was an opportunity to score more points on my card it showed up in 2 areas - action and creative. Because of the nature of the match, it was sometimes hard to get any actual extended action going, but more of it would have helped. I also think there is always the opportunity to engage more plot devices that can be impacting and used by both parties.

XS. I get a good chuckle out of XS, which doesn't actually help him when I score, because I don't judge for story appreciation. XS does exceptional dialogue, never loses track of plot devices and stays focused on advancing the theme of the story/match. These are all strengths and they played into this match as it grew. he started out behind, but after 3 posts had edged out to a slight lead because he continued to introduce plot devices. I like that his bigotry came into play, and that it was available for his opponent to exploit (given the neighborhood, XS was in a difficult situation.) I thought his use of the other Talent Nazi was smart. He had some trouble selling Oblivion, but managed a decent job for a fresh character that he doesn't know well. What he sold very well though was the match's scenario. XS knows New York, The Bronx and its people, and he pushed that into every post. It picked him up some valuable points. Like his opponent, XS would have benefited from some extra action in his posts, and I found the mob guys 'capture' of Oblivion a slightly forced moment.

There's also the question of how I chose to resolve the issue of XS's incomplete post, which he completed while Oblivion was posting. I resolved it by scoring their overlapping writing as rewrites. Who handled the situations in a way that was superior. They were both scored, and both benefited from it, but I gave a slight edge to XS for having Geno mess with Ed to free Oblivion. It showed a selling awareness of the PB and the dynamic between The Talent Nazis and Jason Miller. It also left Geno out there as an interested party in the match, which I was surprised neither person touched on again.

So here's the deal; it was splitting hairs. I was a nit-picking douchebag in order to decide who was getting the nod on this one. Both guys gave us glimpses into their lives. Both guys brought some HEAT into what could have been a "cold" match. Both guys tried to work a little bit of action into the race. Both had strong dialogue. Both pushed constant progression of the match/race. Both gave solid technical effort, with minor errors. I felt like there were slightly more creative opportunities created by the twists that XS introduced, and that he got that slight edge in selling because he really nailed the feel of New York for me. Home town edge? Maybe.

And this year it's enough. At least to get my vote.

My hat's off to both guys, but Johnny XS is my pick for this match.


Krusher: So, I log in to post my writeup, and I see that Grayson basically stole it. Smile Okay, not really, as I went point by point instead of one character at a time, but Grayson wasn't kidding when he said that you can't possibly imagine how close this match was. So before I start, let me say that this match was very entertaining just to read through, and I tip my hat to both men for the hard work they put into it. Now, that said, here's my breakdown.

Both men did a fairly good job of selling the match/race, the location – with a few exceptions, and each other. There were a few times I thought XS' selling of Oblivion didn't quite mesh with the way Oblivion sells himself, but with a character about whom so little is known, I don't think he went too far afield. Oblivion's selling of XS was pretty solid, but a couple of blips, coupled with Johnny's exceptional use of the setting give XS a slight edge here.

Both men got excellent marks for Effort – dead even, in fact. I have nothing but good things to say about how hard they both worked. They also received basically identical marks for their action – and not just classic match action. Almost every post had some kind of action, from fighting to racing. A little more actual fighting would have been nice, but given the character of the match, it's understandable that there wasn't more.

Oblivion took a slim lead in the Storyline section of my card, but when I say slim I mean very slim. Both men did a good job of telling a very enjoyable story, and this section of my card was actually one of the highest scoring for both. XS edges Oblivion in Dialog, again by a slim margin – which is a big tip of the hat to Oblivion, because not many people are better at engaging dialogue than Johnny. On the WOW section of my card both men pulled some very interesting twists, from being dumped in the Hudson River to sacrificing a child to throwing somebody under a subway train. New and interesting twists and solid plot devices developed regularly.

If it sounds like the scoring for this match was tight, that's because it was. In one of the tightest matches I can remember, Johnny XS takes the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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DETAILS: Jake Price and Michael Kashmir will face off in Manhattan. This race begins at the Downtown Manhattan Heliport. From there, our competitors have to race through Manhattan to The Empire State Building. Von Braun will be in the Observatory waiting to declare a winner.

All second round matches are anything goes races with street fight rules.

RP RULES: KotSF Rules with an 8 post cap and a 2 hour continuation rule. For each day a person posts that is not a) back to back or that is b) 2 hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGES: Maverick and VonBraun with Genocide as tie-breaker.

SIM RULES: NO SIM.

INT RULES: NO INT.

WINNER:

Maverick Says: Let's kick things off with Jake Price who once again shows us the solid workrate he's known for. As usual, Jake is on the mark with good matchwork and excellent dailog. In a match that was a race moreso then a match, Jake made sure to trip up his foe at every turn from being detained by cops to a New York Crowd thinking he was Ted Dibiase Jr and Kashmir was Jeff Hardy. Another good solid effort from Jake.

Now to Kashmir. The first thing I have to say to Kash is MAJOR IMPROVEMENT over the last match I judged. I finally got to see the "Mass Consumer" Gimmick in effect and I loved it when Kash told the valet to "Drive the Hummer till it runs dry of gas". Very nice way to show off your trademark. While there are places Kash needs to improve upon, This was head and shouders above his first effort and seeing that he pays attention to what is said, grasps it, and uses it to make his RP better is a huge step in the right direction...PLUS...It's nice to see "Kashmir" and not Rude or Ed Lite. Very VERY good improvement Kash. Keep it up.

Now let's break it down by critera. First up is Leadership, Jake did a good job off tripping up Kash and making Kash play his game. For his part, Kash Rp'ed his way out of things although his first out when he was detained by the Air Marshall left a little to be desired, His next out was played a bit better with the camera crew vouching for his Identity. Next up, Selling. Jake's work is solid as usual as is Kashmir's. I scored them pretty even here although word of advice to Kash, Don't be so quick to jump from the effects of a move. In one part Kash dropped an elbow across the throat of Jake, Then Jake was back up after playing Opossum. As an example, An Elbow to the throat isn't the sort of move one can play opossum with. Storytelling, I scored this one pretty even with Jake selling his connections to TWAT well along with his "Stop The Violence" bit. Kash also sold "Stop The Violence" as well as moving his own quest for greatness storyline as well. Good job by both. Effort, EXCELLENT EFFORT BY BOTH....Dead Even. Nice work guys. Next up, Innovation. I liked the ways Jake used to tie up Kash and I liked the ways Kash got himself out of almost all of the tieups. I also liked the the New York Crowd mistaking Jake and Kash for WWE and TNA stars but was turned off by the ending bit with them acting the parts with Danny Davis, Paul Heyman, And Joey Styles. I just didn't get into that at all. That said, We're pretty even here. Finally, Action/Progession, Both men did a very good job of moving the match/race along and at no time did anything really drag. Thus again we're pretty even.

That said, it's time to announce my pick for the winner of this match. It was a tough call and part of me hates to do this but, I have to give the nod to Jake Price. While Kashmir put alot of work into it and made Major MAJOR Improvements in my book, He has a few places he needs to "tighten" up in his RP, which were mentioned above. In the end, I believe it came down to leadership and selling. With Jake doing slightly better at both. Not to take anything away from Kash, who should be proud of his efforts. With Roleplay like this, Kash might be seeing SS Gold sooner rather then later.

Maverick's Pick: Jake Price

Von Braun says: The match left me a little cold. I think this was mostly due to the race gimmick. The whole concept makes it hard to set up match action and confrontation. Having said that both men did the best they could with the stips they were given. Jake was definitely the puppet master in this story as he set up Kashmir over and over. But Kash did a nice job of turning things around. Kash's dialogue has improved quite a bit. He's grabbing onto speech patterns and using them for the characters. Jake doesn't do bad at this either, although many of his secondary characters sound the same and his "couple dialogue" sounds like something out of a bad soap opera. Personally, I liked Kash's escape with the Air Marshal, everyone does know some guy with money who tries to buy everything and playing off of that was smart. I do wish Kash had built it up a little more rather than having the marshal do a 360 in a couple of sentences. The camera escape was great, although New York cops might let you o, but they aren't going to do you a favor to allow you to fight in the streets wrestling show or no wrestling show. (again, not either player's fault.)

I absolutely HATED the big WWE switch at the end. Federation X is the most popular wrestling show in the world. Why would anyone care about Ted Dibiase and Jeff Hardy? In our world they're secondary stars in a tertiary company (if it exists at all). Jake lost some points for introducing it and Kash took a lead. But then Kash suddenly decided to put on a show for the fans. Why would he do that? The whole match Kash went on about wanting to beat Jake bloody and suddenly he'll have a Pure Wrestling match with the guy? It didn't ring true to the character. This brought things back to equal.

Jake gave good set up. Kash gave good counter. Mike had better dialogue. Jake had better action.

But one thing kept bugging me as I was reading and I know it's a major nitpick. But when a match is virtually tied, I have to go with the nits. In nearly every Jake post (and especially the first couple) he had glaring typo/grammatical errors. No I don't expect perfection by any means. But wrong words (barging for bargaining, and lots of others), tense changes mid paragraph, missing commas that made the sentence hard to understand and other grammatical errors all pulled me out of the post. It interrupted the flow and made me lose the storyline a bit more each time it happened. In the end it cost Jake a quarter point and that was enough. Proofreading and spellcheck are our friends.

VB winner: Mike Kashmir

GENO -- You're up.

Geno: Thanks a lot, Von Braun. Now I'm in charge of picking a winner in this INSANELY close match. Each did a good selling of each other's gimmick, as well as pushing their own, which surprisingly, some people forget about in a match like this. One player was in control early, but the other one took over in the second half of the match.

I'm with Von Braun in my distaste for the use of the mistaken identity as real wrestlers. They don't talk about us. We shouldn't talk about them. I probably didn't ding Jake for his typos and grammatical issues as much as VB though... mostly because Kashmir had some of the same issues. Both would be served well by a second look through before they post for easily corrected errors. There were some problems with Kashmir's motivation. First he's determined to win and make a name for himself, but then he goes to, "win or lose", needing to beat Jake up... but then passing up a chance at a fight to go back to the race.

This match seemed like it needed a fastforward button. I understand the match is taking place off-site, but I don't think we need to still be on the plane in the fifth post. Although, it was the setting for the prematch interviews, etc, so it's not a huge deal. Just when we were about to finally get some action, Jake starts ducking and dodging... and, dare I say, douching. Far be it from be to look down upon a well played douchebag tactic, but this is the King of the Street Fight... not the King of Douchebaggery. A great idea for next year, yes, but this year, action is at a premium... left on the table

I don't have to much of a problem with Kashmir's quick turnaround on the air marshal angle, as I'm not a fan of involving the authorities in general, especially in the middle of a match. I would've liked it a LOT better if he'd used it to get back to the fight instead of jumping back in a car. The point of this tournament is to put the emphasis back on wrestling and fighting.

Both men lost dialog points by failing to use Paragon and Proctner... I would've much preferred them instead of Heyman and Styles. And as far as action, I know I've been saying I would've liked to have seen more, but stopping to set up a ring in the middle of Manhattan for some catch-as-catch-can seemed a little forced. It's the King of the Streetfight... why not just fight... on the street?

Jake Price was good, but despite the fact that he let Jake lead him, especially at the end, the Mass Consumer was just a TINY bit better. This match could've went either way down to the last post. Congrats to both Kash and Price for a great effort, but Kashmir moves on to the semifinals.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kashmir


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DETAILS: Aaron Action and Kieran Crowe will be competing in Queens. This race will start at La Guardia Airport and head south to JFK. Krusher will be in JFK at the Cartier shop near Gate 4. The first one to find him wins. Oh, don't forget – the Cartier shop is POST-security, so be careful what you carry with you.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis and Genocide with Grayson as tiebreaker

INT RULES: NO INT

SIM RULES: NO SIM

WINNER: Psycho Mantis Says: Write up: The match begins with some interesting plot devices added by Kieran Crowe. What is in the package? What did he steal from Adam Draven’s lab? His selling of Adam was a bit off, but it didn’t affect the score of his first post too much. Aaron’s first post was off to a rough start, as I dislike seeing people point out “no-sells” in their narration. It always scores low with me. The plus side to this was that Aaron introduces an interesting plot device that plays into what Crowe has set into motion already, so he does get high points for pushing the angle.

Kieran gains more points for introducing The Punishmentalist who, while I was unfamiliar with, added another interesting aspect to the match. Some of the dialogue for this one between Marlowe and Aaron didn’t quite seem right to me, so he took a minor hit in points, as it came off as awkward and not naturally sounding as it should have. Aaron’s next post scores high, as he immediately jumps on the angle that Crowe has presented and taken it further. The dialogue from The Punishmentalist seemed on target with the exception of a few lines, and this helped him greatly. However, I could not quite buy that pigeon feces would throw off the trajectory of a shot, especially a three round burst. He was able to break up the action sequences well though, and this helped.

Crowe comes in with his next post, and while his dialogue leaves something to be desired, he introduces an earlier plot device quite effectively. His transition points are not quite as smooth as Aaron’s, but they do serve to push the story along. One thing this post does do well is that it brings Aaron and Crowe clearly together so that any match action might start as well as pushing the story along and introducing another plot twist. Aaron Action comes back with some strong dialogue and an expansion on the(until now), practically nameless criminals that were following Kieran. A fight breaks out that serves as more comic relief than anything else before quickly switching gears to Kieran. I liked that we’re seeing more weakness from Crowe due to his lack of canibus, and I am surprised that Aaron seems to push it harder than Kieran himself does.

Kieran fires back and the first thing he corrects this small issue, as well as bringing The Punishmentalist even further into the confrontation. One aspect of Kieran’s work that shrines through is that while he is generally seen a face within the company, he is something of a scoundrel, in a light-hearted sense. This works well here, as it allows him to push Aaron as the greater face of the two, while at the same time not selling his own character short. The plot did not move quite as much as it had in past posts from Crowe, but he did introduce another plot point with Aaron Action’s thick, “Thing-like” skin. Aaron’s continuation is not up to the standard that he set, as the first portion of it, while reading like a sell of the lameness of the gang, also reads like a no-sell of the angle established previously by Crowe. If it had been rocks instead of crack, why would the gang have chased Crowe in the first place? One could argue that the character was that attached to his collection, but even then, why would he carry that in vials, on a street corner, after being established as a drug dealer? It didn’t jive well with what had come before it, and it damaged Aaron’s chances. I’m also a little confused as to how the selling of Aaron’s body change came to be, because previously, I had been under the impression that his skin simply hardened and maybe became more cracked, but why was Aaron orange and super strong? It was another hit on selling, but the plus side to this was that Kieran and Aaron Action actually start fighting, and it was a long time coming if you ask this judge. He also introduces a plot device of the skin beginning to crack away, something that helps his score out as it allows for match action to be a little more realistic and balanced.

The next post Kieran introduces is all action with better dialogue than previous offerings. It ends on a pretty lethal twist, giving Aaron something he has to work out of, which helps Kieran’s score. Aaron follows it up by briefly touching on The Punsihmentalist angle, perhaps closing it off, or at least attempting to. He then writes himself out of the predicament that Crowe placed him in by having the train hit him while he carried Kieran. I didn’t like this one BUT…Aaron was not given many options to work with, so his answer was reasonable. This one was rather dialogue heavy and while I felt it lacked content, it had some good character interaction within it. The next post by Aaron is probably the best so far, as he has cleared away a lot of the hanging plot points and turned the match solely onto the focus of the race itself. His dialogue work is exceptional; a fact that he proves in this match is his strong suit.

The last post from Kieran is a good one, mixing in a solid amount of action with some good dialogue and a re-introduction of The Punishmentalist. The post ends with the match moving toward a climax of sorts, with Frank and Kieran brawling while Aaron was down.

Over all, the match was quite a read. Both men had interesting plot points and did much to push one another forward in terms of selling each other’s angles. In the end though, there can be only one winner, and by a .4 margin, that winner is Kieran Crowe.

Congratulations.

Geno Says:Sorry, guys, I'm getting a little bogged down here, so this write up probably won't be as long or detailed as a match like this deserves. You two know what you do well though, and that's what made this one so hard to judge, but easy to read.

Kieran failed to follow up at all on Aaron's nerve toxin angle on his first post, costing him a little. As for whether or not Draven is actually a vampire... he certainly LOOKS like a vampire. If you asked Draven, he'd probably tell you he wasn't. Then again, he'd probably tell you he doesn't enjoy the loving touch of a large black man, and we all know that isn't the case. This small missell doesn't cost Crowe much, along with not knowing Draven's lab wasn't in New York. Aaron does gain a few points by rolling with them, though. What did cost Kieran early on was having good ole boy Aaron laughing at Draven after his attack. Aaron gives a few points back by over-selling Kieran's marijuana withdrawals and turning him into a crack head. I wasn't initially thrilled with Kieran's inclusion of the gang or the Punishmentalist, but they're growing on me. They haven't gained Kieran much ground though, as Aaron has sold them well. I'd prefer less gunplay and more physical interaction with each other.

Half way in, Kieran was trailing by less than a point... but against Aaron Action, that's not easy to make up. This is the King of the Street Fight, though, key word: FIGHT. Whoever brings the fight in the second half of the match will get my nod... and that's going to be Aaron Action. I didn't love the "Thing" angle, but it was well played and added to the match. In the end, Kieran kept his pace, but Aaron picked his up. A great match that could've been a great semifinal or final match. Aaron Action gets my vote.

Looks like it's up to Grayson

Graysons says: Balls. No I'm not talking about Aaron's and how many times Crowe hit them with rebar without killing the man, I'm talking about being put in the unenviable position of deciding who won this thing. Let's be clear: this one had lots going on and some terrific twists and turns.

Crowe. Opens strong (despite some mismanagement of Draven as I understand him) by putting some intriguing plot devices into play. I also really like the way he gave the match some instant HEAT by taking us all back to the company's tour of Australia (home of the greatest swerve ever) and his confrontations with Aaron that month. It set the tone for the backstory (and I would have liked it to become more thematic of Crowe's mindset in this confrontation.) He also brings in the Punishmentalist, which I'm entertained by. A crackpot vigilante is a very original piece of creative to add into a match of this nature. The shortness of the second post hurt Crowe's scoring. He left some points on the table in the technical catagory as well. I think that between he and Aaron, Aaron did a better job in the dialogue department of nailing Crowe, while from time to time I felt like he was 'just off' on Aaron and Marlowe. Action scenes were his usual tight work.

Action. The fat man can sell. But before I compliment him for some of his selling, I have to tell him that I too dislike having somebody else's selling 'misses' pointed out to me. It hurts scores when that happens, no matter how well you try to handle it. Having seen many of the Aaron Action morphs that took place during the month of Draven's drugs in AAA's system, I actually found the THING angle amusing. I would have enjoyed seeing some flashbacks from former AAA variants as well. Creative in this match was a little lacking, as he passed out twists and turns and rolled well with the ones passed to him, but I didn't see a lot of big plot devices introduced by AAA. I also saw the humor in the lamest gang ever, but I didn't like the switch from Crack to Quartz. Plus I think Crowe should have known the difference. That said, his technical work is exceptional and his character dialogue is spot on. He sells very well for the most part, and moves the story along very effectively.

Opportunities were out there for both men to take this match, but in the end my nod goes to.....

Aaron Action.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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DETAILS: Brad Rhodes and Eve Riley will be competing in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Race will begin on the Boardwalk at Coney Island. The competitors will have to make their way north to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, where Psycho Mantis will be out with Mr. Plant. Mantis says it's a Plant family reunion. The first competitor to find him – and get his attention – wins.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick and Grayson with Genocide as tiebreaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:
Grayson says: This match is all about Brad Rhodes. No, I don't mean he ran away with it, I mean it is literally ALL about Brad. Is he the heel we've always known him to be, or has his constant time around Eve Riley started to turn him into something else? Something that resembles a face? I'd like to start out by complimenting Brad and Eve for being so fluidly in-sync with each other throughout this match. Some judges like an obvious struggle for control of a match, but I like it when the question of who's running the match isn't dictated by forceful redirections but rather by subtle pushing that makes the match have better flow. They both accomplished that wonderfully. Now normally I'm not the guy who talks about the back and forth of a match, because often it doesn't score that way for me. This is one of those exceptions.

Brad. Brad took a strong position straight out of the gates by introducing us to his updated version of The Warriors, mixed with a nice touch of that classic Federation X style. It always scores well with me when a wrestler introduces a major plot device, and as this match went it became THE major plot device, driving every post through the competition. Overall, this was a very strong effort from Brad, in which I thought he demonstrated excellent character work, terrific dialogue, good match pacing and some creative moments. Having said that, the two areas that would allow for him to score more points were in action (a theme in this round) and creative. The post to post creative was okay, but the opportunity to evolve and introduce new/fresh elements seemed to be missed after the first really big one.

Eve. Technically very few writers are better. Eve always nails down the technical aspects, understands how to nail character in her dialogue, and tends to keep the match progressing at a decent pace. If there is a gap in Eve's writing, I think it appears in the creative department, where Eve reacts well to plot devices, but doesn't always introduce enough of them to keep things fresh. There were a few moments in the match where I felt like Eve's "rehabilitation" of Brad was outpacing Brad's transition from asshole to reluctant nice guy, but otherwise her selling remains spot on. Like Brad, action and creative were opportunities missed for extra points. She introduced the idea of the sewers being available to them, but never followed up on it.

In the end, this one came down to the very last post to decide the outcome of the match. This is a seamless representation of two sensational writers progressing the same story and as a result they passed control back and forth in both the dynamic of the story and the scoring of the match. In the end this match came down to action and creative. Brad got the action started immediately in his first post (scoring some key points) while Eve used that post to set up some backstory. That slight edge, coupled with the fact that Brad's plot device introduction was the biggest force in the story, gives Brad a very slight edge over Eve in my book.

My vote: Brad Rhodes.

*As an aside, if somebody had tackled the fact that Psycho Mantis isn't.....ummmm.....normal? That might have affected the story's dynamic but it would also have bumped some selling scores. This is the guy who once turned Eve Riley into Steve Riley. Since he became a part of the story near its end, you both really missed a chance to use him in a creative way. Can't you just see him bringing the plants to life and turning the Gardens into a warzone of gangs versus vegetables? That's a very PM moment I think, which could have upped both action and creative for somebody and changed the closeness of this match. Just a thought.

Geno: When two people work together as often as Brad and Eve have lately, a match up between them can go one of two ways. Either they get bored with each other and have a dud, or they develop the type of chemistry where they can put on a great match at any time. That's the category Eve and Brad have fallen into. At times, I had to scroll up to remember who had written the post... except, Eve is a little more polished than Brad, who would do well to practice when to use "were" instead of "was"... a small nitpick, but just something that bugs me.

Starting off, Brad and Eve both get posts up in the first five minutes, but Eve beats Brad to the punch, getting the post up first, and leaving Brad unable to follow up on Eve and Brad on the same plane angle that Eve set up. It's not as much a penalty as an opportunity lost for Brad. Initially, I wasn't thrilled with the introduction of the gang angle from Brad. It could easily be clusterfuck inducing. Eve decides to help Brad out instead of taking advantage and heading for the finish line... I like that, and I liked it even better when she had Brad turn on her and get a little street fight action in... and then, for the second match in a row, the competitors almost get hit by a train.

I really liked early on that these two pushed the storylines along without forgetting to fight with each other. This is the King of the Street Fight, and these two understand that. It's also nice to see Brad getting away from the HATE! and back to his redemption angle. Eve did a great job of pushing that herself, too. I liked the way they worked together to overcome the gang, as it sold both Brad and Eve's face turns, but I think it took a little bit away from the feeling of competition the match had early on. Eve and Brad both fell into this, though, with Brad actually referring to Eve as his "partner" in his fourth post, so it didn't have much of an affect on the final tally.

At the midway point, I had Brad clinging to a .25 point lead. Eve had some points to make up in the second half of the match, and she gets off to a good start, her 5th post netting the highest score of the contest at that point... Brad follows suit by bettering her in his 5th. Despite the higher scores and the entertaining budding whatever is developing between Brad and Eve, I found the match to start lagging around this part, and wanted to see them start fighting again. I liked Brad's analogy with the scorpion and the frog, but I kept waiting for the scorpion to finally sting. I thought Eve took control by striking before Brad got the chance, but bringing the gang back into it so quickly was a misstep in my opinion. I liked the speech to Brad about being a good man and giving him the chance to leave her, though. It was a risk to give Brad back that control, though.

Having the gang go after Psycho Mantis was a nice twist and some much needed progression in this match, keeping Brad in the lead. Eve countered with a solid 7th post, but Brad followed up with a great moment of self realization, keeping him in control. Going into the final post, Brad had extended his lead to just over half a point. In the final posts, Eve makes up some points, but not enough.

Brad Rhodes advances on to the semifinals.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Brad Rhodes


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[size=200]TV TITLE CHALLENGE[/size]



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DETAILS: One returning star and another up and comer fight for a title that can surely launch them into bigger things in the future. The question is, will Greg overcome Hearn, or will Rylan prove he’s STILL The Titan of Talk?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a person posts that is not a) back to back or that is b) three hours apart form one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

INT RULES: INTs allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER: Things started out pretty well. Greg was holding his own. Maria and TWAT were getting involved, SIM was tied. And then Greg disappeared. Rylan was helped out by Maria and Jake to keep things going. And he wins. Winner: Rylan Hearn

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rylan


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[size=200]HARBINGER TITLE CHALLENGE!!![/size]



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DETAILS: Maria has done quite a job in protecting her reign as Harbinger Champion, but with Ellie Murphy, who is fresh off a loss and with much to prove, hot on her heels, can she overcome?

RP RULES: Standard match rules.. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: NO INT

SIM RULES: NO SIM

WINNER: Before I start in the breakdown of the match. I wish that there was a sim component in this match. At least then Ellie would have gotten a brake after a tough loss in the King of the Street fight. With that caveat out of the way I have to say this match was a minor letdown. One reason is the fact that there was only 3 posts per person a rather small sample size in a RP match. Add to that the first two posts were arrivals and interviews, and TWAT members talking about how this was the third TWAT vs TWAT match. All important to sell the angle and the RP, but it leaves one match post from both to judge.

Maria was fine in her work selling the TWAT/STV angle, and setting up more possibility. Ellie had a run in with Rylan and sorta avoid her "sisters" I am interested to see what the reason for that was. The entrances were fine. Ellie was on the short side, but there is only so many ways to walk to the ring. In the end of the day it comes down to Ellie's first person. First person posting is extremely difficult to pull off, and not something I recommend for most players. Ellie puts up a valiant effort with it, but the limited perspective of first person leaves her posts a bit short on content. Advise I'd offer her on improving it. Use it to have a point of view, or talk to the reader. Give the reader something to latch onto and it will help greatly. Maria won this by a close margin, but still won.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Maria


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[size=325]TAG TEAM HAVOK!!![/size]

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DETAILS: Diggzy and Ed are looking to make a name for themselves once again in the tag rankings, and Metal and Blake Orion are Wrassle staples looking to prove their superiority. We’ll allow them to do so inside a steel cage and see what happens.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Cage, 2x per opponent

WINNER: Unfortunately, this match was decided when Blake Orion no-showed, leaving Metal to fight on his own. Metal says he needs some motivation... being stuck inside of a steel cage with Acid Ed AND Diggzy Brown is a pretty motivating situation. Luckily, some douche bag stepped in and fixed the match stipulations to even things up, forcing Acid Ed to "compete" on the outside of the cage. Ed took the opportunity to launch into a diatribe on Genocide.

Metal and Diggzy engaged in a solid brawl inside of the ring, but I know these guys have a lot more than they showed. I'd like to see it. Diggzy and Ed take this one home, and Diggzy outscores Metal by a small margin to take finishing rights.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Diggzy Brown


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[size=325]BACK IN ACTION!!![/size]

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DETAILS: The Queen of Extreme has returned to Federation X, and we’re putting her up against one of our main stays and former Bloodsport Champion, Shaun Justice. Due to their backgrounds, we’ve decided to make this one a TLC match. Enjoy!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x TLC match type

WINNER: Angelica. But just narrowly. It was close. Shaun's effort was oustanding.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Seriously?


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[size=325]I Quit Match!!![/size]

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DETAILS: Sasha Kelly likes the sun and Mandy is working her way through the dark side. This is why today they will have a falls count anywhere match at a park located not far from the arena. The goal is simple: Pin your opponent.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x standard

WINNER: Mandy shows, Sasha has life jump up and bite her.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Mandy, if she would like.


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[size=325]X-Factor Rankings Match!!![/size]

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DETAILS: Despair and Manowar both suffered heart breaking losses during The King of Wrestling, so to further compound someone’s misery, these two will face off in a standard match to decide who gets a number one contender’s contract for The X-Factor Title!

RP RULES
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Standard match rules, for each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: INTS Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

WINNER: This should have been one of those matches that snuck up and overshadowed the rest of the card but alas it falls short. The interaction between Stan and Mano is good despite being very short in nature. With a solid sim lead, Stan takes the win and the finishing rights with it.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:45 am

Live on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010 from [size=150]THE PEPSI CENTER[/size] in Denver, Colorado.......

The [size=150]POWERBASE[/size] presents...



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[size=325]KING OF THE STREET FIGHT MATCHES:[/size]

All Last Man Standing themed with locations as described.

Monday - Wednesday


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DETAILS: The former BFF's will be squaring off at Water World Colorado - one of the largest water parks in the United States, occupying more than 65 acres. It is home to several unique water rides, including the “Screamin' Mimi” and “Voyage to the Center of the Earth.” Our two competitors will have the entire park in which to beat the hell out of each other.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun & Krusher w/ Grayson as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER: Johnny XS via no show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe. He earned them.


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DETAILS: We're sending Mandy and Manowar to The Denver Zoo, an 80-acre facility owned by the city. It was the first zoo in the United States to use naturalistic zoo enclosures rather than cages with bars. Bear Mountain, Predator Ridge, Monkey Island and Bird World are only a few of the areas you can drag your opponent through during this brawl.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson and Living Deadgirl w/ Genocide as tiebreaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER: Unfortunately for Mandy, she just didn't get off the ground in this one. This is a numbers game, plan and simple, and Manowar is the winner.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Manowar.


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DETAILS: Aaron and Amp are going to go at it in the Coors Field Area Brewery Brawl. In the 20 blocks surrounding Coors Field are no less than 7 breweries, from Great Divide Brewing and Wynkoop Brewing all the way up to Molson Coors. Have fun.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick and Genocide w/ Grayson as tie break

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER: Aaron Action via no show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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DETAILS: The brothers are going to be thrown into The Colorado Railroad Museum, which stands on 15 acres of land in Golden, Colorado. It houses a large collection of steam trains, a working turntable in the railyard, and a 1/3 mile oval track on which the trains run. There should be no shortage of objects to use in beating each other to a pulp here.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson and Living Deadgirl w/ Genocide as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:

Liv says: Okay first things first I'm sorry it is a bit late, but it is. So I'd rather not waste time. Going into this match if I'm being honest I thought Brad was going to run over Blake. Mostly due to never seeing his work, but that said this was a fight To make it better it was a family fight. Both guys know the other guy very well and you can see it in the selling. The match action was on the bloody side, but this was NOT a gore fest. Both men used the location to full, and more then that it was well paced and not a lot of fluff.

Here is the thing that gives Brad the win. It's one post. Brad managed one more post then Blake, and that is how it went to him. That and all the wow moments came from his side. Granted he was the heel, but I wanted to see Blake do more I guess, If he made one more post this COULD be a different outcome.

Brad and I have a bad past, but this match shows me just how good he can be. This is no slight on Blake as one post could of won it for him. It's just in this event the margin of Error in non existent. I hope to see more from Blake if he decides to stay on. With all that said Brad is the winner.

Graysons says: Let me start with Brad. Since coming to Federation X, Brad has continued to step up his game at every available opportunity, and he's got Superstar Champion written all over him in the future. The two areas of this match where Brad excelled in my eyes were in dialogue (he talks trash as well as anyone in the game, and uses it constructively to set the stage and move the plot) and in technical/effort where he hits the right length, with good, easy-reading structure. Brad also has some creative moments which get him a slight nod in that category. HOWEVER.....because he does such a good job of setting the stage and telling the story, I found some of Brad's posts light on match action. It's also a big no-no for me to write my opponent's arrival. I'm just dead set against it. I'll also say that I saw Blake set up two opportunities for plot devices that Brad shut down or didn't use. With Chuck under orders to make sure the match lasted until the ref got there, Brad didn't do anything creative. That's a swing and a miss. Never miss opportunities with creative devices your opponent introduces! It's too valuably to you in the selling department. The other thing I didn't like, despite the creative bit Brad threw in during the second post, were the back to back posts in which Blake was bound and helpless. Rather than resolve the situation creatively, we had two posts of effective non-match. That hurt your score Brad. Blake left you a conundrum to resolve as a writer, and you didn't take up the challenge. If you had, you could have scored some important points, and added action to those two posts.

Overall though, the kind of guy who can surprise in this event. Good, solid effort.

Now on to Blake. For Blake I really felt like action was a strength. He kept focused on having it in all of his posts and he wasn't shy about putting Brad into a dominating position in much of that action. I like that. I also like that he introduced situations into the match which left plot devices open for both people to use. Like Brad though, I was disappointed that we didn't get to find out how Blake escaped the situation he put himself in. That's an opportunity missed. I found Blake's selling solid and his match progression good. As somebody who doesn't have a lot of history in feds where Blake's been active, I was really impressed with his work overall. I think he would have benefited from a card or two in Fed X to begin with, because there are some things that he could have tightened up. The most glaring is that he overused commas instead of periods glaringly in his early posts. From a reading standpoint, I found myself trailing through separate thoughts and having to distinguish between them myself. Some work on getting the right punctuation into his writing would really tighten his work up and make him a force.

As for the winner? I'll shoot this straight. Both guys did very solid work. Blake's work was better against my scoring criteria, but he left a post on the table. You can't do that against a solid opponent like Brad, who used that post to push himself into the overall lead. It's a shame that Blake's time dried up, because I think he could have drawn more out of Brad if the match had been given more time to develop. That said, Brad wins, and if he can keep some of my suggestions in mind going forward, some people are going to have a very hard time beating him.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Brad Rhodes.


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DETAILS: Jake and Greg will be facing off at theDenver Art Museum. The world famous King Tut exhibit is visiting the Denver Art Museum this month. The museum is housed in the Frederic C. Hamilton Building in the Denver Civic Center Complex. They can roam anywhere in the Civic Center - but TRY not to ruin King Tut. The last thing we need now is an international incident.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick and Krusher w/ Von Braun as a tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER: KRUSHER: This match saw Crash Test Greg competing in his first all-roleplay match here in Federation X, and to be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect from him. He's been solid in his time here, slowly but surely making gains each week. He played to his strengths well in this match, putting together some good match action as the match rolled on. What he's still lacking, however, is the story-telling elements that make these roleplay matches come to life. A good match tells not just the story of a fight - althought that IS important - but it also tells a larger story. Greg is still looking for his voice in the story-telling department, but once he finds it, he has a shot at becoming a force.


Jake Price had a story already in the works, with his Stop the Violence campaign and his marriage to Maria Ann Callan which has brought him into the circle of T.W.AT. Jake did a good job of setting up his story, and using his Stop The Violence campaign to drive not just the story but the entire match. I was a bit surprised that Greg allowed Jake to keep the match in the ring he brought for as long as he did. Jake's match action and dialog were strong as always, and he came up with a couple of small twists to keep my interest.

Greg puts up a valiant fight, but the more experienced Jake powers his way to a win on my card.

MAVERICK: Let's start with Jake. Excellent match work and dialog as always from a guy we expect it from. Solid story all around with the marriage to Maria, The T.W.AT. And Stop The Violence line, Just good overall solid work and effort from a vet like Jake. The Key for Jake was Leadership. I felt that Jake was the ring general in this one while Greg was content to follow.

Now for Greg. I'm going to be blunt here and honest because the ony way to improve is to know our flaws. My honest opinion is that Greg was in over his head from the word jump. While I agree that Greg has improved week in and week out, His effort is second to none, and his match action is very very well written, He does have a few flaws that need to be addressed. Like, What is Greg? A face? A heel? A Tweener? It's very hard to tell because one second he's pandering to the fans and then next he's being an ass. It's almost like "Attitude by Sybil". In other words, Pick something and stick with it. Secondly, As Krusher said, Storytelling. You have to have more then just action. I believe both of these things can be fixed with more work and time. One last thing Greg....Slow down....Re-read before you post...Catch your errors and fix them. You tend to make alot of mistakes that could be avoided.

That said, Greg did make a very very solid run but it just wasn't enough to overcome Jake. I give the one to Jake Price and I leave Greg with the closing shot of "Keep on plugging along".....because this time next year, Greg just might be the guy to beat.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake Price


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DETAILS: Carnage and Kashmir will be facing each other at Elitch Gardens. This 70-acre amusement park is home to seven roller coasters, including Twister II, The Sidewinder and Mind Eraser, as well as over thirty other rides. Don't get stuck in a Teacup. You two have the entire park to roam through. Have fun.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson and Maverick w/ Genocide as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:

Grayson Says ~ A decent effort by both men, who manage to get up 6 posts. As a judge, I'm a pretty blunt guy, in hopes that the writers get a chance to grow as a result of what I have to say, so if this comes off as too harsh, I apologize. Carnage lost too many points on length. He had a few posts that were just too short, and only a couple that were right around the right number. A little more in any of those posts and he's in a much better position in this match. This wasn't the best I've seen from Carnage, although I did like his work better early on. The constant reminder of the retarded nephew was good, and I would really have liked him to hang around longer. I think it was a mistake on his part to let the arrival of his sister put an end to that dynamic in the match. I consider it a missed opportunity. I also would have liked to have seen him either make up his mind to fight, or find a way to stick with the idea of trying hard not to fight throughout the match-up. I felt like it went back and forth sometimes, and that detracted from him selling his own opening position cleanly.

Now for Kash, this may be some of the hardest working effort I've ever seen from him. He certainly pushed himself to a higher level because he knew he was in tough with Carnage. Two things stood out as shortcomings in Kash's work in my mind. The first is that he runs into some sentence structure and gramatical issues in each post. I don't know if its an issue of rushing, or not rereading, but they show up and it hurts his effort score, which would otherwise be outstanding. The second is that I feel like he rushes some of his segues a little too much. His transition from problem to solution, or situation A to situation B feel a little choppy or forced because they can happen in 3 sentences. He's missing the opportunity to draw them out and really focus the post on his smartest ideas. Bringing in Patrick's mom was a great move. Not fleshing it out cost him points. Pinning Carnage with the forklift was good, but could have played out a little longer to let it be a focal point and not a footnote. On the plus side, I liked that Kash kept the action flowing, improved his dialogue work and generally kept the match flowing and moving around the park.

This one actually scores less than quarter point difference between then men in my books. I'm giving this win to Kashmir, in a match that could have gone either way.

MAVERICK: Warning....Prepare for Bluntness!

Let's start with Carnage. My first thought upon completing the read for this one is....."Carnage was just going through the motions." I know what Carnage can bring to the table and this effort just wasn't it. It wasn't bad persay but it's not what I've come to expect from him either. He had a few creative points (Like his nephew Patrick, And I did like the "I'm going to beat on you but I'd really rather NOT be here doing this bit") and some solid action as well as Dailog but overall, A few short posts doesn't help his cause. At best I'd label this Carnage's B game staff.

Now for Kashmir. His effort was superb, Dailog for Hank and John was well done, Match action wasn't too bad. That said, One of the things that hits me right off the bat is while reading Kashmir's work, I get the sense of two things very strongly. 1. "Hey, I'm With HATE! and you owe me". Maybe it's just me but at times it seems like we're suppose to care that he's part of HATE. Now I realize he has time constraints and I'm not faulting him for it but it DOES impact his wrestler who as a side effect isn't around very much. So when he comes off with this sort of "I'm HATE and you should care" Attitude....it doesn't work for me. (for Example....A Guy who's not around much dropping F Bombs on Grayson and telling him what to do? Sorry man, That dog don't hunt in my book.) 2. The other thing I see when I read his work is a Rude/Ed Wannabe Clone. I get that he's suppose to be learning but I want to know WHO Kashmir is....I don't want to see Kashmir Plays Ed or Kashmir starring as Rude. I'm not putting him down, Just giving advice....that these things do impact the reader's thoughts. I mean...what the hell is the "Mass Consumer" Gimmick and why aren't we reading more about that and who Kash really is?

All that said, I have to give the slight nod to Kashmir over Carnage.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kashmir


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DETAILS: Oblivion and Diggzy Brown are meeting in Downtown Black Hawk. The towns of Central City and Black Hawk are about thirty-five miles from Denver. Once called the “Richest Square Mile on Earth,” these two mining towns have now become gambling towns. We're going to drop Oblivion and Diggzy off in Black Hawk, right outside of the Golden Gates Casino. Maybe they won't get too bored.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun and Krusher w/ Grayson as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:

KRUSHER: First, I have to say that this is my first in-depth look at Diggzy Brown, and I have a new addition to my list of favorite writers. Diggzy's match action is smooth and fun to read, and I really enjoyed getting acquainted with him. The SUPERSTAR represented himself very well in this match. He did a good job selling the surroundings, the match and his opponent.

Oblivion's work was excellent as well, and I'm very interested to see how this character develops. Oblivion's story was compelling, and he pulled off some pretty nice twists that kept my interest going - both men did, in fact. This was a very tight, well-written match, and I enjoyed reading it. How tight was it? Through 5 posts, the lead changed hands 3 times on my card. But in the end, the winner is Oblivion.

VON BRAUN: What a good read. Oblivion started the match out with a small look into his mysterious character. Diggzy hit us with a short post that Oblivion kindly allowed him to combine with his second post to make one outstanding post. The match went back and forth with some great action and a compelling story that I would love to see followed up if Diggzy sticks around. (Was Oblivion sent by Nighthawk to judge Diggzy? Is Hawk the He Oblivion refers to? What i Diggzy's final judgement?) Ultimately it came down to the fact that with the combined post Diggzy got 5 posts up and Oblivion got up 6. In a match this well done, you can't overcome an extra post.
Winner: Oblivion

FINISHING RIGHTS: Oblivion


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DETAILS: Invesco Field at Mile High is best known as the home of the NFL's Denver Broncos. The 27 foot tall Bucky the Bronco statue stands at the front entrance. Just inside Gate 1 is the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame, and there are plenty of other places to wreak havoc as well.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson and Genocide w/ Maverick as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:

Genocide Says: In matches like these, getting off to a good start is key. Aside from the actual scoring of the posts, it gives you an opportunity to take control of the match and push your angles. Ellie's lead-off post left me wanting more. A solid arrival post, but a lost opportunity to introduce something to the story. Kashmir didn't make her pay for it, instead spending the first half on the ending of his qualifying match, time spent not focusing on his opponent.

Aaron Action was all over this match, meeting up with his old friend Kashmir. The Mass Consumer makes the mistake of not following up on Aaron early on, and then focusing on him a post later. The fact that Kashmir didn't have any direct interaction with Ellie until his forth post hurts his score. Ellie getting the action going on her second post helps her... although it was a few days later than it should've been. Despite the slow start, Ellie closes the gap with three posts on the final day. It was too little, too late though.

Kashmir left the door open by not maxing out at six posts, Ellie didn't take advantage. She had well paced, entertaining action, but the introduction of Aaron Action as the referee, which should have been good, was mishandled by having the baby face fatboy blatently attacking Kashmir and helping Ellie.

Kashmir's consuming, natural dialog, and solid action was enough to give him a lead before the one post difference... although, the difference was close enough that a great fifth post from Ellie could've given her the win. Could'ves don't count in the King of the Streetfight. Kashmir gets my vote, and could give someone fits in the quarterfinals.

Grayson Says: Make no mistake, Ellie Murphy had the skill to win this match. Kashmir also had the opportunity to bury her and take away any chance she had of coming back, by getting his bonus points in and hitting 2 posts on each of the first two days. He had the added benefit of Aaron Action getting involved and giving him something to work with. Neither of those things happened though.

Ellie put almost all of her effort into a late push on the final day, and it was a case of too little too late. A disappointing situation for a Bar Room Brawl champion who could have made a big statement on this stage. There's a lot to like about what we see in Ellie's work, and I'm hoping she's going to show us more of it in the near future. I would like to suggest to Ellie that she use less commas and more periods. She strings a lot of thoughts together into long run-on sentences that force me to mentally break-up the flow as I read. It distracts me from focusing on the writing itself. That would make a notably improvement in her technical writing, and help her out in the future.

Michael hangs on to win this one, but I have to say I feel like he got fortunate that his opponent was pressing the issue. Leaving extra bonus points on the table when you could be building a comfortable lead is a mistake in an environment like this. Unlike Geno, I didn't have a problem with him using the first post to finish off his last match and to set the table for this match. I think it works. Introductory posts should set the table, and part of the table for Michael is that he's just finishing off Carnage. I did see a more concerted effort to push the whole agenda of the Mass Consumer, which is good. Always knowing your identity and selling it helps your opponents know it and sell it as well. I would still like to see him flesh out thoughts a little more. I think the trick for Michael is to realize which idea in his post is the strongest one, and then to write the post to really be focal on that idea. I also think he missed the chance to force the match into his terms. That could have cost him.

In the end, I think Michael gets away with one here, because he gets the extra post up on Ellie and it lets him take a victory and a shot in the next round.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Michael Kashmir


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DETAILS: Switchback will face the winner of Crash Test Greg and Jake Price. They will face off in Georgetown, which is a reconstructed Victorian village about forty miles west of Denver. A lot of time, energy and money has gone into restoring over 200 1870's era buildings. The Georgetown Loop Railroad operates during the summer, so if you're not too busy smashing stuff, take a trip – just don't look down when you cross the 90-foot high trestle.

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun & Krusher w/ Grayson as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER: Not quite a no-show, but an amazing simulation. Switch puts up one post and then disappears. Kudos to Jake for getting up a bunch of posts with no opponents.
Winner: Jake Price

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake


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DETAILS: Pikes Peak Country, just about sixty miles south of Denver, has something for just about everybody. From Cheyenne Mountain Zoo to the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, from Ghost Town to Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak Country is a place where people could have a lot of fun. Or get into a lot of trouble...This is the perfect place for Crowe & Manowar!

RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl & Maverick w/ Genocide as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:
MAVERICK: With one match left to read And Judge, I have to say that so far this was the best of the bunch by far. Before I even get into the breakdown I have to give Huge Kudos to both Crowe and Mano....AMAZING work. Now to the meat and taters portion of the breakdown.

We'll Start With Kieran Crowe who has been on FIRE as of late and he shows no signs of slowing down. There is a reason I once called this guy the Heart and Soul of another fed I ran and in this match he shines brighter then he ever has before. This is by far Crowe's best work ever. From the opening post being pursed by the Police to the moments in the Cave where he takes time to sooth his munchines, This was his best work by far.

Now for Manowar, Another guy Who was the heart and soul for another fed I ran long ago in the days of Cslam. For all his time away, Mano hasn't skipped a beat and shows zero rust. His creative and Writing skill is as always, Second to none. Seeing him at work again brings a smile to my face. From his opening post with the Punishmentlist to his post Where he fumbles in the dark looking for Crowe, Mano is spot on and almost flawless in his work.

That said, Let's break it down a little further to my critera points. Leadership, Both men are dead even. For every idea one man brought out the other took it, embraced it, and made it his own....Although I found my first small seperation in points here. For every orginal and entertaining thing Mano brought to the table, Crowe took it and RAN with it like a Star Half Back with nothing between himself and the endzone. Selling, Superbly done by both men. Storytelling was dead even and flawless. I loved the Punishmentilsit and The Cops who were oblivious to the fact that everything they said and did was picked up on a live mic was Outstanding......And VERY well used by both men.. Effort was dead even for both men. Innovation, again, dead even by both writers. Finally, We come to Action and Progression. This is the second category that I found the seperation to pick my winner. While both men have good action and flow, One thing stuck out to me and it's that one thing, The ONLY thing I find real fault in. For the majority of the match, Crowe takes a straight beating, He beats himself up and Mano Continues to beat him up until very late into the match when Finally Crowe gets some offense. I would have liked to see a more even keeled battle take place.....and thus, As hard as this was to pick one of them to win...and it was very hard....

I give my nod to Keiran Crowe.


LIVING DEADGIRL: This is and will be one of the toughest matches I have had to judge. Both Kieran Crowe and Manowar are in my top five E fed writers of all time. I still remember a King of Karma match between Royal Ryan Scott and Weed Man. Not that that match has anything to do with this one, but it did remind me of it. There is so much here to like from “The Battle logs,” to Punishment, the ruined weeding, the ref's man crush on Mano, and of course the corrupt cops.

Both men did well using all the tools and toys in the box. At the start of the match Mano had control. Weed Man had a few rough transitions, and a couple things that gave Mano a lead, but by the time they were both strung up it was even on my scorecard. Mostly thanks to Crowe and the ref's bickering, and it stayed that way until the last few posts. I'm not sure if Manowar was gotta outta gas, but his use of “The Punishmentist” seemed to lack some of the fun he was all trough the match In the end it came down to a half a point, for the winner and moving on Kieran Crowe

Winner: Kieran Crowe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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DETAILS: Cherry Creek Shopping Center is one of Colorado's premiere shopping destinations. The enclosed mall houses over 150 shops, including Nordstrom's, Macy's, Sak's and Neiman Marcus. Best of all, if you get blood on your clothes, it shouldn't be hard to find something.


NOTE - All first round matches will be fought under Last Man Standing Rules.


RP RULES: Superstar match rules with a eight post cap. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) two hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl & Maverick w/ Genocide as tie breaker

INT RULES: NO INT (interloping RP is encouraged though)

SIM RULES: N/A

WINNER:
MAVERICK: More of that Brutal honesty is about to come out....so take it with a grain of salt.

I'm very very confused. Now maybe I'm tired from a very active day at work, Perhaps I simply missed something, Either way, This certainly was NOT what I was expecting from Eve or Desp. Desp's opener, to me, jumped around a tad too much but it was solid. Eve's opening conveyed a good sense of what Eve is feeling with the loss of her beloved Johnny....with the anger and rage she feels over it.

Then we quickly switch to a diamond theft in progress while Desp decides to talk a security guard into going postal. Ok.....I'm interested.....wondering how this is going to pay off and tie into the match............and then it just never did to me. Honestly, There was so much time spent bouncing from the match, to the Postal security guy with Hostages, To Mandy trying to get past cops, to Hawk and Gil showing up to battle Inferno, to........I don't know what.

I was reading so many stories, the match got lost in the shuffle. To be honest, By the time I got to the final post I didn't care about the match, The robbers, The Postal Security guy, or Mandy.

That said, Let's break it down. Leadership, KInda even although I felt Eve took a little more of a direct approach controling parts of the story while I felt Desp didn't do enough to take Eve's ideas and make them his own. Selling, Both of them did a wonderful job of selling each other and each of thier stories, No faults to be found here. Storytelling, I found Desp's opening to be a good opening as I did with Eve's opener but then it seemed like we got flooded with one two many sidestories. I would have liked to seen more match and less side story. Effort, Both did a great job and the effort is there, Non fault here as both did an excellent job. It's all even for Effort. Innovation, For this one I have to say lack thereof as the match almost seemeed secondary to the story. Not much innovation when there isn't much action. Action and Progress, Sort of covered it already. I would have liked WAY more match action. As for progression, Each of our wrestlers did thier best to progess things along. That said, To me, This one came down to leadership and while I may not have liked the side stories, It was clear to me that Eve held the upper hand here and it's this sole catagory to me that grants Eve Riley the victory.



LIVING DEADGIRL: This was not at all what I was expecting at all. Instead of one match we got a robbery, hostage situation, and a match. My favorite parts of the match came at the start. Despair's first post was well executed, but missed the mark in it's selling of Eve. She sounded more like a HOT Girl the damaged soul she has been in the recent past. And then after Eve arrived the Match part of the RP was very good, and I liked the idea that the more angry Eve got the closer she went to losing her place as the beacon. This is when I felt like the match lost its way as the other story lines took the main stage. The match was close, and all of it was well written in the End Eve did a better job pushing things along, and gets my vote...


WINNER: Eve Riley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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DETAILS: The TV Title has been left vacant after Johnny Rude and Kieran Crowe’s Bloodwar, and it is time to determine a NEW champion with a three way dance!!!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another receives an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: INT ALLOWED

SIM RULES: 2x std v each opponent

WINNER: This one is pretty straight forward with a sim gap that won't be overcome by Roleplay. Rylan picks up the win to become the new TV Champion, Aurora Snowe is MIA for another week, and Broda is just DAMN ENTERTAINING! The only thing this match needed was more effort as a match never really got started.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Broda If he likes


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DETAILS: Maria will face her #1 contender in a straight-up wrestling match.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person gets a post up that is not a) back to back or is b) three hours apart from one another receives an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: INT ALLOWED

SIM RULES: 4x std

WINNER: This was a rather enjoyable match. Most the time it's Face vs Face. It can be boring, but both did well writing a well paced wrestling match. Sasha's use of first person was refreshing as it gave you more then just “pronoun did this, or that” as the reader I could see her point of view. That is a part of first person either not used or not used well. Maria was solid, and her narration was some of the best I have read from her. Although I would of liked to seem Shelly hammer at the idea that Jake is using her. I am going to assume that will be brought up later. Rylan made a return, and Eve Riley stopped him. Everyone played a part and it all flowed naturally. The only think I can say bad is I wanted just a little more on the end of Maria's last post. In the end Maria held on to her belt by a slim margin. If the sim would of been closer it could have been a draw or a new champion.

Maria wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Sasha
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Live on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010 Toronto, Ontario, at the Rogers Centre

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=325]THE MAIN EVENT [/size]




DETAILS:

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: 4x Cage

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: The outcome to this one was sadly decided by the sim in a big way, and unfortunately for Brad that slide continued when he was unable to get up the fifth post. Eve retains cleanly here.

With that said, I want to talk about what Brad did with his writing, because I like the creative approach he took. I don't like to see this device used too often, but I do like it when somebody commits to trying something different and explores it as effectively as Brad did. It requires the writer to take some risks and to push the envelope of the story, because they have to reflect on things that haven't happened yet. When the writer can do all this and find a way to weave in the story of the match itself I consider that quite an accomplishment.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=325]Bad Blood Bloosport Match!!![/size]




DETAILS:

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x hardcore

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Due to the very nature of the game, we see a lot of conflict within the game. This match however, exemplifies how conflict should play out. It reads as the culmination of the war that Ed and Shaun have engaged in for some time, and it is a rather brilliant read. Each writer knows the role their characters serve in this, and they play to the roles well while still putting one another over in a way that suits the story. The first day is all about building up the story, and it is done in a rather slow manner, both players working well with one another on this aspect, their work bringing the anticipation up to a fevered pitch. When the action finally does occur, it explodes in magnificent form.

I would have liked to see Shaun get his ass kicked a little less, more of a back and forth, but I can see why it was done. There was some good back and forth later in the match, but in the end only one can win finishing rights…

And had the sim been closer, Shaun Justice would STILL be Bloodsport Champion. As it is, he has to settle for finishing this one.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Shaun Justice

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[size=325]Title vs. Title TLC Match!!![/size]






DETAILS:

RP JUDGE: Maverick

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules with a 6 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: None

INT RULES: None

WINNER: Let's get right down to the nitty gritty. Going in to this matchup I already had a smile on my face before I started. I've had epic fueds with Rude and Crowe used to be the guy I called the Heart And Soul of NGPW. I knew before starting this was going to be epic and it was in every sense of the word.

We start off with Crowe who sets a fantastic tone with his opening post not to mention one of the most touching moments I've ever read in Fed X period. From here, Crowe kicks off the show by heading out to the ring and saying a few words.. Rude's first post also set the tone for his side of the story, Attoning for the loss to Crowe from days gone by hanging over his head. Rude ends his by going straight to the ring and getting this started. No ref, No bell, Just a gutter war between two guys who hate each other for very different reasons.

After alot of action in a short time span, Security comes out along with a ref for a more proper start to the match. Thanks to our overzealous champions, This match jumps to the card opener. A nice touch by both men, Rude for starting things early and Crowe for taking it back down a notch and allowing it to get started properly. From here on out it's what you would come to expect from each man. Great Storytelling, Good leadership by both, Excellent match work and dailogue, Everything was here. They were pretty even all the way down my score sheet on every single factor I base my judging on. That said, No worries, this isn't going to end as a draw, we do have a winner and again in back to back weeks I have the honor of saying...."By the slimest Margin". That margin falls on two key points. The tone set and kept by Crowe, and the "Birth Video" courtesy of Maria. This is not to say Rude's overall tone wasn't kept or played out well. it was, Crowe's was more personal and keep me emotionally tied in. As for the Video, I can't lie, I just didn't care for it much. I get it's useage and I understand why it was done, but it just didn't work for me...(perhaps cause I've seen childbirth up close...twice....and ewww.) I didn't dock any points for it, But it didn't get anything extra either.

That said While Both men are "White hot" heading into the King of The Street Fight, One man stood every so slightly higher then the other...and that man is your winner, Who is still You're Television Champion and you're NEW SUPERSTAR CHAMPION.....Kieran Crowe!

Once again I suggest everyone here take time to read this outstanding match up. Both Rude and Crowe should be very proud of thier efforts and to those of you in the King Of The Street Fight, I REALLY suggest you read it, because Crowe and Rude are going to provide very STIFF competition based on the level they're both working at right now. Kudos guys and thank you for a great match up.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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Standard Grudge Match!
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DETAILS:

RP RULES: Standard match rules w/ a five post cap. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: The SIM decided this one, with Greg winning easily. The RP, however, was tight. Both Greg and Jake proved this week that they can write match RP very well, with good pacing and flow. Greg has really turned his game up since his arrival, and Jake always writes strong match posts. The outcome of the match was decided by SIM, but the battle for finishing rights was decided when Greg only managed one Bonus Point to Jake's two. Kudos to both of you. Winner - Crash Test Greg

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake Price


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[size=325]Tag Team Throwdown!!![/size]



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DETAILS: HATE! has been on quite a roll. The team of Terror and Despair destroyed Constant Righteousness in order to claim shots at the coveted tag titles. Will they be able to dethrone the champions, or is the HATE! too strong?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 2x standard each opponnet

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: This was a good match up on paper, but HATE! coasted to a win when (big surprise) Ov Terror doesn't show. Great job flying solo from Despair, who valiantly matched the combined post total of the Tag Team Champs. HATE! retains.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Despair

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Rankings Match!!!
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DETAILS: Matt Law, Michael Kashmir, two stars that are on the rise. To reward them for their effort, this will be a special rankings match. Whoever wins this bout will move exactly ONE slot up in their perspective ranking!!

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Kashmir shows, Matt does not.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kashmir, if he wants


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Femme Fatale Brawl!!!
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DETAILS: Ellie Murphy and Maria have had some interactions with each other as of late. However, Ellie has yet to find a solid foot hold within the company. With The King of The Street Fight just around the corner, will she be able to rise to the occasion? We’re are going to find out tonight?

RP RULES: standard match rules. For each time a person posts that is either not, back to back or three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTS Allowed

WINNERS: Ellie and Maria started out with a good set up. the two former enemies had come to an agreement that men are idiots and they will fight them together ... Once they dealt with their issues in the ring. There was some good match action and then the SIM happened. Maria crushed Ellie and the posting seemed to die after that. Winner: Maria

FINISHING RIGHTS: Maria


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Thumbtacks match!!!
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vs.

DETAILS: Aurora Snowe has had a difficult time of it in Federation X. Nigel Crowley pulls her one way while Despair pulls her another. Now she faces off against Pure Sunshine herself, Sasha Kelly, in a match that is sure to test her allegiances. The match will be a thumbtacks on a pole match. All one has to do is climb up a pole where a bag of thumbtacks awaits. They take the bag and spill it onto the canvas. The first person to be slammed on the tacks loses.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 4x any

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Sasha Kelly shows and tries to entertain the crowd alone, with our thanks.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Sasha, if she chooses


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Faux Card Opener!!!
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DETAILS: XS lost a heartbreaking match against Shaun Justice, so he is given a chance to redeem himself against Bianca Star. If he fails here, he will be FORCED into The Harbinger Division for a month! Will Johnny XS rise to the occasion, or will Bianca Star be too much for him?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 4x any

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: XS wins a dud that barely makes the ring.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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KING OF THE STREET FIGHT BLITZ!!!
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DETAILS: The Powerbase has given Michael Kashmir one of the King of The Street Fight contracts. Now, this sorry bastard BELIEVES that the spots is his. Nothing is THAT easy however, and he will have to EARN this spots. How? As soon as he leaves the ring, The Powerbase has announced that the first person to come to their office with the contract will officially earn the spot within the event. How will this be decided? A blitz, of course! The challenges for the blitz go as a Bloodsport Challenge would, with similar rules, save for the fact that the ending post does not need to be written. The winner is the one who holds onto the contract from the beginning of the card to its end on Thursday. The best RP’er in the event will win the SECOND KoTSF spot.

RP RULES: Bloodsport challenge rules sans finishing post.

RP JUDGE: Krusher/Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: Bloodsport Sim rules

INT RULES: NO INTS

WINNER: Despair did win, but his spot has already been secured, so it goes to Jake Price

FINISHING RIGHTS: MANDY, who also gets a spot, super!
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:50 am

Live on Tuesday, June 22nd Kingston, Ontario, at the Kingston Memorial Centre

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=325]THE MAIN EVENT [/size]



vs.

With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: The rivalry is really heating up. Eve Riley has named her soon to be husband as a special guest referee in what will surely be a bloodbath. Unlike last time, which was a pure wrestling clinic of technical skill, this one is going to be an anything goes Falls Count Anywhere match. One has to wonder though, if the only thing Rude will do is count a pin? He has one sim he may use to influence the match anyway he pleases.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Any

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: So, Let's start off with the fact that on sims, This one is DEAD EVEN. Thus, The outcome of this match rests with the abilities and talent of those involved. We start off with Eve Riley, who, with the help of her sister Raven and her brother in Law Josh Arcanum go about plotting and planning just how to take out Mr Rhodes which include setting up a decoy in Eve's locker room. it is clear or so it seems that Eve Riley has a sure fire plan. Next up Mr Ratings doing what Mr Ratings does best....Running his mouth while enjoying the sound of his own voice. The ravings of Mr Five Minutes over, Brad seeks out Eve in her locker room only to be duped by the decoy.....But Brad isn't to upset over it. After all, To him Eve is a coward.....and he has his own magic for the evening or so it seems with a special little bag hooked to his belt.

Now, While Brad is busy with the decoy, Eve decides it's her turn to retort to Rhodes Earlier mic work. (And both of them did some excellent work on the mic to be sure). When she's done she gets a warning from Josh who's taken over the security booth with the assist of a little needle and a now doped up gaurd. He calls to warn Eve that Brad has found her but alas, Too late as Raven opens the door only to get clobbered with a chair from Brad......GAME ON.

Now we come to the first real hitch in the match. The Guest Ref cuts a promo prior to the start of the match that I felt made it pretty clear Rude wasn't going to help anyone. If anything he was going to be a pain in the ass to both the champ and the challenger. That said, Brad's next post clearly had Rude favoring Eve. He also took Rude out of the majority of the match which I didn't care much for....UNTIL....A bit later when Rude winds up having his own issues.

From here on out we get a healthy does of ass whuppins from each wrestler. They battle in the gym, In the cafeteria kitchen, Brad tried to Maul Eve with a Jeep in the alley outside the arena (I really LOVED the jeep bit, Gold, well written, and the payoff was masterful writing.), and then they wind up next door to battle it out in the International Hockey Hall of Fame. As for Rude? Rude never makes it back because he gets tied up with Kieran Crowe who's seeking vengence for what Rude did to his Kid.

In the end, this one is practically even on the Roleplay side of things but....We won't be having any draws. We will have a winner. That said, I didn't care for the bit with taking Rude out of the match although later it played out well and furthered a storyline outside of the match. (and sold well by both Brad and Eve) I didn't like the fact that Brad's little bag and the Plans of Eve Riley never actually saw the light of day after being mentioned early on. Both Eve and Brad did a Masterful job of Storytelling, Selling, Effort, and action. 4 of the 6 things I base my judging criteria on. This left me with the final two factors to add in, Innovation and Leadership. On the Innovative side I lean towards Brad, The bit with the Jeep was very well played and totally NOT expected. I believe it was Brad's best post and it kept things very very even. On the leadership aspect of things I favor Eve Riley, Who I felt lead the charge throughout most of the match. Taking the fight into the Kitchen and the key point taking the battle next door to the Hockey Hall of Fame are what tip the scale and by perhaps the slimest margin of a match I've ever judged, Your winner and still X-Factor Champion is Eve Riley.

Both of you should be proud of your efforts. It was an amazing read and I suggest everyone should take a few minutes to see the talent of both Brad and Eve on display. I'm already looking forward to thier next match up.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=325]Bloodsport First Blood Match!![/size]



vs.

With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: Johnny XS has climbed up the rankings very quickly. So quickly in fact, that The Powerbase has decided to give him a taste of gold. It’s true though, that The Bloodsport Title is probably the most difficult belt to hold in the company. With Acid Ed as special guest referee though, we’re sure that he’s up to the challenge, right? The Heir To The Throne is looking to prove himself against his older rival, and what better way than a solid win against his Talent Nazi partner? The first one to bleed, loses.

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: PsychoMantis

SIM RULES: 4x First Blood

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Despite Johnny XS' best efforts, he could not overcome the huge gap in sim created by Shaun Justice. Winner, and STILL champion, Shaun Justice!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Shaun Justice

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[size=325]Television Title Strap Match!!![/size]

[

vs.

With Special Guest Referee:


DETAILS:
Aurora Snowe has not been seem much. Her last showing on the card proved that she still has some fight left in her, and now we get to see if a shot at the gold will be enough to motivate her into action once more. However, with everything that the guest referee has done, will Kieran Crowe’s head be in the match at all? This one will be a standard match, but with The Antichrist Superstar calling all the shots, does Kieran have a chance at retaining?

RP JUDGE: Krusher

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: The RP in this match was tight. Crowe and Snowe worked together pretty well to weave a story that tied both of their current story lines together. The give and take was good, and the whole made for an enjoyable read. Unfortunately, the match was over as soon as the SIM scores hit the board. Crowe is hard to beat any time, but with a three point sim lead, it's almost impossible when he's on his game. Winner and STILL Television Champion - Kieran Crowe.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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World Tag Team PPV Shot Match!!!
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vs.
With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: Two new tag teams face off for a shot at the gold. Constant Righteousness wish to prove themselves worthy in the tag team division. They also have a bone to pick with Despair, who is doing all he can to throw a wrench into the works of all those who do the work of the just. Meanwhile, Despair has his own mysterious machinations in mind, plans which are surely in opposition with Constant Righteousness. With Ov Terror’s help, will he continue his dark ascension to greatness, or will the righteousness of Nigel Crowley and Battlestone be too much to bear? And what effect will The Soldier of Sedition have on the match?

RP RULES: Standard match rules w/ a five post cap. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 2x each, sim each opponent twice, standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: One team showed up and the other did not, but Nate and Ed add some spice to the match. Winners - Terror and Despair

FINISHING RIGHTS: Despair


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[size=325]Mixed Partners Tag Match!!![/size]

vs

With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: What do these wrestlers have in common!? Absolutely nothing! That said, Holland has floundered slightly since an impressive win against Despair, and Jake Price is trying to play down the shame of failing to show against Shaun Justice. Meanwhile, Swing and Greg have hit their own hard times, so one has to wonder which of these teams wants it more?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x each, standard

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Due to outside issues, this mixed tag team match turned into a singles contest between Jake Price and Crash Test Greg. Greg had some issues of his own affecting his performance, allowing Jake to take this one home with minimal effort.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake Price

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Ladies Tag Team Match!!!
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With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: So we have a lot of ladies in the fed. Its about time that, with all the females in the fed, that we get some girl on girl action. So these tag teams have been formed in hopes that they will further liven our already amazing tag team division. The question is, which pair of ladies is more successful? If anyone will be able to decide, it’ll be Michael Kashmir!

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent two times, standard.

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Sasha and Ellie take it away with a dominant sim lead.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Maria


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Table Match!!!
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With Special Guest Referee:


DETAILS: Matt Law wants to make an impression here in Fed X. Michael Kashmir is more than happy to accommodate him in a tables match!

RP RULES: standard match rules. For each time a person posts that is either not, back to back or three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE:Grayson

SIM RULES: 4x TLC

INT RULES: INTS Allowed

WINNERS: The sims get very tight after Shaun Justice INTS on behalf of his tag team partner to make it a 1 point lead for Kashmir. This match turns on the roleplay though, as real life eats into some of Kash's time and he's forced to watch Law get up the extra post that allows him to pull out the win. There was certainly a chance for this to have become a better match, as the interaction with the contestants, XS and Shaun would have been captivating if the match had gone on for a little longer. Matt Law wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt Law


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CARD OPNER!!!
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With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: Something tells me that this won’t be your normal match, not with Broda involved. Will he sweep Valeriya off her feet, or will she show him that The Bro Code doesn’t work on everyone?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Valeriya doesn't know, giving Broda an easy win. The bigger question is, can he bring back The Bromance!?!?

FINISHING RIGHTS: Broda
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:52 am

Live on Tuesday, June 15th, Toronto, Ontario, at the Air Canada Centre

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=325]The Main Event!!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: This match has been one several months in the making. LEGION was formed because of it, and now finally we see these two epic level tag teams face off for the gold. Acid Ed and Rude HATE! everything, but they especially HATE! the men who they feel used and manipulated them so long ago. So it is with all this HATE! in mind that we make this a tag team Ladder match. The belts are suspended high above the ring. The first team to ascend the ladders and claim BOTH belts will be the winners!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 2x Standard, sim each opponent twice

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Genocide, Eve Riley, Despair, Shaun Justice, Maria Ann Callan, Tekno, Brad Rhodes, Matt Law, Kashmir. That's the list - in order of appearance - of the people who wrote run-in posts for this match. In fact, over half the posts in the match were written by people not "officially" part of the match. SO, thank you to everyone who took time to make the Main Event memorable. There are several different stories going at the same time, each with multiple threads reaching out in different directions. Most of the fed is at least indirectly involved in some aspect of the story lines furthered here, so if you haven't read it yet, you should.

All of the writers involved did a really solid job of adding to the match, and Gil, Hawk, Ed and Rude all put up the quality you'd expect, advancing some new twists in the ongoing story. In the end, though, the match was decided in the worst way possible. Gil failed to SIM, giving HATE! the easy win.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny Rude


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[size=325]Television Title Best of Three Falls!!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: These two men faced off last card with a truck load of gold on the line. Kieran Crowe managed to hold onto his Television Title, but much to Shaun's dismay. Now The Heir To The Throne gets a re-match against The Amazing Aussie in a best of three falls match. Will Kieran Crowe's streak continue? Or will Shaun Justice overcome the odds?

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: This match is good solid match action almost from the very outset. Jake Price sticks his nose into it, and both guys do a good job of using him to further the ringside banter throughout the match. There's a good feel of give and take in this match, and Shaun does a great job of moving the idea of the character he's building without coming off as a force, or being too weak. Crowe sells everything well and does sensational pacing and banter as well. Because of the character work I give the rp edge VERY slightly to Shaun, but not enough to overcome the sim point that Crowe had.

A great match. Crowe retains.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Shaun Justice


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[size=325]Past and Present Grudge Match!!![/size]

vs.


DETAILS:
Brad Rhodes is eager to prove himself as an X-Factor Contender. Eve Riley is eager to prove herself as a legitimate X-Factor Champion. One is a champion of the present, the other is a champion of the past. Now we will see just who is superior as the two titans face off against one another in a pure wrestling match. The winner will be able to decide ONE stipulation in the loser's next match.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Eve’s opening post left a little to be desired, but she quickly makes up ground later in the match. Brad Rhodes starts out with a very visually impressive post that pushes his heat with Eve into overdrive. His entrance further complicates things as he has his HATE! brother react rather poorly to his actions. Early on, the lead is with Brad, but only by a couple points. Eve sells it very well though, and continues to build heat into what will most assuredly be an epic pay per view match.

There seems to have been a communication break down, as when Eve’s post had Brad falling out the ring as “no Disqualification,” Brad interpreted it as the rest of the match was the same way. That said, the posts were fairly even in this one, with the two writers playing well from each other and creating some real tension.

In the end…the winner is EVE RILEY!


FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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Superstar Title Last Man Standing Match!!
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vs.

DETAILS: Gilgamesh is a many times over Superstar Champion. Johnny Rude came close to becoming The Longest Superstar Champion over a year ago. There is no love lost from one another, and now we will see them do battle to determine who is the better Superstar Champion. The first person unable to answer a ten count by standing solidly on their feet will lose.

RP RULES: Standard match rules w/ a six post cap. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: NONE

INT RULES: NONE

WINNER: This one is over before it really even began as Gilgamesh gets caught up in real life affairs leaving a huge gap of 2 posts to 5. Rude retains.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny Rude


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[size=325]New Despair, Old Resistance[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Holland is coming off of a disappointing loss to Brad Rhodes. Despair has returned and made it very clear to everyone who he has in mind for destruction. All this said, Despair also seems keen on trying to recruit people to his cause. Will Holland fall for his charms, or will The Resistance of Man find his way back on top?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Some good back and forth from Holland and Despair make this one a very tight read. In the end though, the sim lead cast by Holland was too great.

WINNER: Holland


FINISHING RIGHTS: DESPAIR


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Harbinger Three-Way Dance!!!
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vs. vs.

DETAILS: This match features two rookies to the fed versus a champion who has been somewhat quiet as of late. The question becomes will Xavier see the threat that Greg AND Maria pose and rise to the occasion, or will this be a two person show?

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 3x Standard, 1 sim against each opponent.

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: This was a good match despite the fact that the champion didn't show up, and a guy was tossed in at the middle of it. It even had a bloodsport challenge at the start of it! Crash Test continues to improve, and there was some heat built up in the Jake Price/CTG match at the PPV. Maria was solid in her first match where the person she is facing showed. Kashmir took full advantage of being added to the action. Maria posts out collecting all the bonus points. Greg left a bonus point and a post on the table, and that was the difference in the match. Leading to the winner and NEW Harbinger Champion...Maria


FINISHING RIGHTS: Maria


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Three Way Girl Action!!!
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vs. vs.

With Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: Well,as the first three way we have of the night, our jerk booker has decided that while this will be a standard match and can be won in the normal way, he will also make this...A LINGERIE MATCH!!! That's right, Aurora Snowe, Ellie Murphy, and Granny Rhodes MUST wrestle in any kind of bed attire they so choose. Is this match offending to the female integrity of the superstars? Possibly, but who cares!?! Ah yes, i can see the women picketing my office now. I surely hope the match competitors don't rebel against this decision at all. Nigel may use 1 match however he sees fit to determine the outcome of this one.

RP RULES: standard match rules. For each time a person posts that is either not, back to back or three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 3x Standard, 1 opponent each time. Sim 1 opponent each time, then sim an opponent 1 additional time.

INT RULES: INTS Allowed

WINNERS: This was a fun match, and a pretty simple three way dance. Not a lot of backstage stuff as only Ellie even had an interview with Shelly. So it was all pretty much in the ring. Starting with Nigel and a with a solid heel promo from Ellie, and then Granny came out and pulled the bait and switch as a way to bring in her granddaughter Sasha. Aurora came out next, and the match started.

This is where it gets a little tough as it raises the question to me about “first person match action. Is is “good”? It does give a different point of view of the action, but so far I am not sure it helps the in ring psychology. since it's hard to get into the deatails. This is not a question I can answer today. So I will leave it at that. In the end this was a lot closer then you might think. Ellie takes a 2 point SIM lead into the RP, but leaves 2 bonus points and a post on the table, allowing a hard-charging Sasha Kelly to swoop in and claim the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Sasha Kelly.


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Back In The Groove Match!!!
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DETAILS: A legend in the business faces off against a relative newcomer in this intense match up. Johnny XS is fresh off a win from NightHawk, and we may see the beginning of a new STREAK! So this one will be a parking lot brawl. The first person to score a pinfall or submission will win.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Hardcore

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: Much like out Superstar Championship match, This one was over before it started a Swing only gets in 2 posts and then gets Decimated on sim by XS. Winner is XS

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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[size=325]Dark Card Tag Match[/size]

& vs. &

DETAILS: The show needs to open somehow, so why not do so in fine fashion? Federation X has a long and storied history of respect for tag team wrestling, and this match should be no exception. New teams face off in a battle to decide who is dominant!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 2x each, sim each opponent once

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

WINNER: This was a tag match that only one person showed up for. So thanks to Miss Kennedy, but the match has to be thrown out.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Valeriya, should she desire
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:56 am

Live on Tuesday, June 8th, from The Copps Colliseum in Hamilton, Ontario

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=325]The Main Event!!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: Eve Riley is set to face off against her former mentor in her very first title defense. It seems as though, no matter who she beats, Eve Riley can’t get respect from the other roster members? Will this change as she faces off against A Fed X Hall of Famer? Eve Riley takes on Faith in a thumbtacks and barbed wire match. The premise? Take the bag of thumbtacks off the poll that will be mounted in the far right turnbuckle, spill them onto the ground, and slam your opponent onto them. A spool of Barbed wire is also made available at ringside, use it how you see fit, ladies.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Any

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: What would you expect to see when you have Eve Riley and Faith headlining a card? A flat out bloody slobber knocker. That's what we should have got. Instead, What started off with a really good pace and flow suddenly just fell flat. Faith was rolling along well but then just faded out leaving two posts off the board. Eve mounts a big sim lead even before the INT's start and with Faith leaving posts off the boards, This one is over before it starts.

Although Brad Rhodes makes up for the lack of action by Faith with two solid INT's as he tries to re-assert himself back in the X-Factor Hunt that have him first try to help Eve but then attacking her later when she wasn't so receptive to his unwanted assist.

One highlight of this match, Was the last minute INT by Aurora Snowe. While It backfired on her attempt to help Faith, I've been waiting to see these two go at it ever since Eve Broke Aurora's heart and turned on her in the middle of the ring to kick the month off. I'll be interesting to see how Eve reacts.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=325]Television Title “I Quit” Match!!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: Kieran Crowe shocked and stunned everyone when he defeated The Hardcore Living Legend last week in a brutal match up. Tekno has been on something of a losing streak as of late, and is looking to change that. Will a shot at gold help move him out of the funk? We’ll see in this no-holds barred I Quit Match. The only rule is that you MUST make your opponent say the words, “I Quit” in order to secure victory.

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Originally, this match was set to be Tekno vs. Kieran Crowe. Due to an impending no-show, Shaun Justice steps up to the plate to make this a title vs. title match up. I’d like to commend him for doing this, as it shows a great deal of initiative that the rest of the roster should pay attention to. THIS is what should happen when we see one of our fed mates in a DUD match.

That said, let us dig right into the nitty gritty, how does that sound?

Had Tekno showed up, Kieran’s first post would have been fantastic in generating heat and setting the tone for the match. Sadly, he doesn’t show, so these first posts don’t do much for what happens as a whole, but Crowe can hardly be blamed for that.

Shaun steps up to the plate and offers his title on the line. Huge kudos to him for that, and what could have been a train wreck turned into a very nice match.

The match had some great back and forth, and you can tell that the two writers have some real respect for each other. The sim scores tie them, which means it comes down to roleplay.

In the end, there can be only one winner, and that winner is…KIERAN CROWE!!!!


FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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[size=325]Bloodsport Falls Count Anywhere Brawl!![/size]



vs.


DETAILS:
“The One Punch Wonder,” Jake Price, has found himself out in the cold ever since losing his Television Title during Sponsor Wars. Can he redeem himself with a win against The Heir To The Throne? He’ll have quite a mountain to climb as this one has no limits! A pinfall can happen anywhere, be it the men’s room, the locker room, the merchendise stands, even the streets of Hamilton themselves!

RP JUDGE: Krusher

RP RULES: Five post cap. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x any

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Jake Price no-shows. Shaun Justice wins by disqualification

FINISHING RIGHTS: Shaun Justice


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Prove Yourself Submission Match!!
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vs.

DETAILS: Baros has come off a bad card, but his involvement in the tag team title match shows that he is determined to earn respect here in Federation X. There is another man who wishes to earn respect, and he goes by only one name: Crash Test Greg. Will these two rookies steal the show? A possibility for gold in the future may be awarded to the winner of this one, so lets see your best effort! The way to secure a win here is ONLY via a submission hold, pins and count outs are null and void.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 4x Submission

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: This was a fun match to read even if it was not the match it was supposed to be given Real life issues that pulled Baros away. With Ellie Murphy showing up and Maria as well helps the match overall. The only real issues I have in this one are sort of echoing Grayson's from last week. I see the talent, but I think a little more work on breaking up the action with some dialog might help with his post flow. Winner - Crash Test Greg


FINISHING RIGHTS: Crash Test Greg


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[size=325]Old Enemies Old School Match!!![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Both The Original Rat Bastard and The Eternal Hero have a history as old as the company itself. While The Soldier of Sedition’s main gripe lies with The Shepherd, The Hero is, no doubt, guilty by association in his mind. So we’re turning back the clocks on this one and going with a Pure Wrestling match to settle this old score.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: In case you slept under a rock during Sponsor Wars, You know that Ed leveraged the Wrassle Name against Grayson to gain control of Genocide's career. Well it seems Geno countered Ed by getting Grayson to allow Him to control Ed's booking. Thus we have Gilgamesh Vs Ed and let's just say Ed wasn't happy. As his first offical job, Ed sent geno to flip burgers for the night....Geno however countered Ed by telling him this would be his last singles match and once HATE lost the tag titles, Ed wouldn't get to sniff a match until....well until Geno said so.

As for Gilgamesh, Well he's been off in Ireland with Sabre searching for Nighthawk.....and he's not even in the arena for the match. Rumor had it early on that Marlowe might actually take his place but guess what? Ed don't like that option either...So Ed being Ed...comes up with his own option? What is it? We have to wait to find out as Ed gets confronted by Shaun Justice and is told in short order..."Stop swinging on Geno's sack and then maybe....you'll get your answers." After leaving the Kid, Ed's plan for the match is revealed.

Mini Gilga-Cito Vs Mini Atom Ed. That's right! Midget wrestling! Everyone mark out cause who doesn't love the Mini's? I'll tell ya who....ED! Ed comes storming down to the ring and the little people start to fly....Literally. The fun is short lived though as Geno complete with hairnet and Spatula pops up on the tron flipping burgers. As he controls Ed's matches, He decides that this match is now an "Acid Ed On A Pole Match." Which means once a Midget gains a pinfall, he has to climb up the turnbuckle and Rub Ed's head. Fantastic....but alas....*Sigh*...The match ends here...and just when it was getting good. Gilgamesh takes a 1 point sim lead, grabs another point with the bonus on day 2, and Ed leaves a post off the board giving the win to Gilgamesh.......errr....Mini Gilga-Cito.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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Rookie Rumble!!!
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vs.

DETAILS: Wade Wilson and Maria proved the nay-sayers wrong and put up very impressive showings against their no-showing opponents. Now, instead of putting them in the dark card, we’re moving them up a notch and asking them to face one another in a standard match. Will Wade continue his ascension to dominance here in Fed X, or will Maria be one road block she cannot surpass?

RP JUDGE: Grayson

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Hey, guess what? A no show by Mr. Wilson. Maria wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Maria, if there's any need.


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Tornado Tag Team Havoc!!!
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vs.

DETAILS: Valeriya has had a falling out of sorts with Jaster Hades, so we’ve paired her up with Aurora Snowe, a woman who is eager to prove herself as a force within the company. We place them up against The Harbinger Champion and his partner for the night, The Mass Consumer, Michael Kashmir.

RP RULES: standard match rules. For each time a person posts that is either not, back to back or three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

SIM RULES: 2x Standard, sim each opponent twice.

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNERS: In this disappointing match, Aurora is the only one to show. However Maria shows up and makes it an interesting read. Special thanks to her. Winner(?): Aurora

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aurora


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WHEREFORE ART THOU MATCH!!!
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vs.] vs.

DETAILS: One third of The Axis of HATE! looks to prove himself tonight. He faces off against returning superstar and self-proclaimed, Resistance of Man, Holland. Can Brad Rhodes prove that he still is The 21st Century Legacy, or will Holland’s comeback steam roll him into paste? We’ll soon find out, as they’re booked in a WEAPONS MATCH!!!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Early in the match, Holland remains focused and establishes where his character is and what he thinks of the match. His post sets the tone for the story he’s trying to tell with his character, and I liked that. Brad’s first post started out well, but fell somewhat short when he shifted focuses from Holland to Shaun Justice. It can be difficult trying to build heat in what appears to be a random match, but it can be done. That said, once the match actually starts, Holland offers up some solid action mixed with some good ring psychology.

Brad answers with some psychology of his own, and a match that started out heatless turns into one rife with potential, largely because Holland pushed Brad into a corner and, instead of staying in that corner, Brad pushed back and took charge. Up to this point in the match, the scores are fairly balanced with only a .2 separating the writers.

Then we get Granny Rhodes.

After that, Holland picks the match back up. We see some sick spots from the man, and the match is literally turned up a notch as he introduces a torch. A unique twist, definitely not one I see coming. The best part about this is that Brad answers in kind with a post exactly as good as Holland’s.

The two writers here really are on comparable level with one another, and you can see that they each know the give and take of a match. I’d love to see a re-match, or even a feud break out between these two, because I believe they have a lot to offer any title scene they choose to enter.

All this said, there has to be a winner, and that winner is….BRAD RHODES!!!

One sim point was all the difference in the world to The 21st Century Legacy.


FINISHING RIGHTS: HOLLAND


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[size=325]Welcome Back!!![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: The Shepherd of Man has been on the quiet side as of late. Heck, even Sabre and Gilgamesh have gone on a quest to find him! Can the possibility of a match draw him back into the limelight? Meanwhile, Johnny XS still lives in the shame of letting his HATE! brothers do all the heavy lifting during Sponsor Wars. Can he return to his position as The Prolific Pedophile, or has his time passed? We’ll find out!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTS allowed

WINNER: First of all, I have to say that it's great having XS back. The match itself was over before it started, with XS taking a dominating SIM lead which Nighthawk couldn't overcome on the RP side. Winner - Johnny XS

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nighthawk


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[size=325]THE DEATHWISH CHALLENGE!!!
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DETAILS:
What is the Deathwish Challenge, you ask? Ever since completely dominating Genocide three times in a row, in matches that were not even close, Deathwish fancies himself something of a competitor. Because of this, he has decided to open the show by taking on ALL of Fed X! That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, Deathwish wishes to pad his record against you. So, how does this work? Read on, true believer!

It will work not too dissimilar to a rumble. Deathwish has challenged everyone, so it is up to all of you to respond. You must first post an attack post of no less than 500 words. After that, you sim 1 match against Johnny Rude any type. If you win, you post your results in the container. If you manage to score a win, you have to RP your results in the roleplay container, and again, it must be 500 words or more. Now, Deathwish won’t take these losses sitting down. He’ll challenge you back and, if he wins, he takes away a loss. The person who has the MOST wins against Deathwish by the end of the card will receive a MATCH VETO! Also, you can only challenge Deathwish once every two hours, but you may challenge him as many times as you have matches.

RP RULES:
See above

RP JUDGE:
n/a

SIM RULES:
See Above

INT RULES:
NO INT!

WINNER:
DESPAIR!!! Welcome back Despair, you have beaten Deathwish the most times in the event, thereby earning yourself a Match Veto.

FINISHING RIGHTS:
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:59 am

Live on Wednesday, June 2nd, from The Civic Center Arena in Ottawa, Canada

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=325]The Main Event!!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: Acid Ed is on top of the world, it seems. Kieran Crowe has had a series of near-wins over the past few weeks and is looking to overcome the odds and taste some Federation X gold. This will be his chance as he goes toe to toe with The Soldier of Sedition in a standard match up. Will Acid Ed mark Kieran down as another notch on his belt, or will Crowe get his hands on a glorious prize?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Write-up: Kieran’s first post is very solid. He explains just where his character is at mind-frame wise without being heavy handed, and he cuts a good promo that further instills the angle he’s trying to push along. Acid Ed answers with some psychology that suggests a very deep and scary understanding of Kieran’s mind. The conversation between he and Kash doesn’t last long as he moves to the ring as quickly as possible. He also cuts a very nice promo which helps push along Kieran’s angle while at the same time, trying to use it against him.

I like seeing the psychological assassin side of Ed, and it’s not something we see enough of. The match starts with Crowe and we see some strong announcer banter mixed in with some good match action. I like that, while Kieran’s battle for relevancy was the primary angle, it wasn’t shoved down our throats. It simply flowed, and rather naturally, I might add.

I do think that the match progressed a tad too quickly with the sick spots, but it plays toward one of Kieran’s strong suits, so it inevitably worked well. Kieran ends up having a post and a bonus point up on Crowe, and that gives him the win.

That said, I’d like to see the re-match.

WINNER: Kieran Crowe


FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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[size=325]Bad Blood Tag Match!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: HATE! hasn't done much to earn the favor of either of these stars. Blitzkrieg is looking to make a name for themselves as a solid tag team within Federation X. Tonight they will get their chance as they face off against the champions. An ordinary match just wouldn't do these rivals justice, so we've decided to make it a weapons match. The rules? Do what you can to win.

RP RULES: Standard match rules with a 5 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: This match had match of the card potential. Four of the Fed's best in a match that they had built toward in storyline for most of Sponsor Wars. It started off hot with good character and action from all four. HATE set a cool tone with friction between the partners exploding right before the match. Shaun and Tekno sold Shaun's obsession with proving he was better than Ed. There was really good wrestling action with little over the top violence. ... And then it went off the rails. Johnny put a post that completely ignored a post from Baros with an OOC saying to "try and fit it in before Baros' post." Except that Rude's post had NO way for fitting in. We have all had someone put up a post that screwed one we've written and had to rewrite or trash the post. Rude's post went up 45 minutes after Baros's plenty of time to see the post was there (i.e. not a simultaneous post that can be easily forgiven) In addition Rude's post no sold not only his opponents but his partner AND he sexually assaulted a character on camera. This combined for an amazingly low post score. But rather than know that and continue, Shaun decided he needed to point out the stupidity of the post. He put one up that was nearly as bad as Rude's with veiled ooc comments and jabs. The post was also scored low. This evened things up a little.

There was also a little controversy over Geno's INT. It got in at the last minute, but was only 450ish words. We ask for a quality post for INT which we've said is 500 words. However there is no written rule on that. However Geno is a Powerbase member and knows the 500 word rule. So do we count it? In the end, Geno's post didn't matter.

Thanks to a 2 point SIM lead, Blitzkrieg pulls out a slight win.

Winners and new champions: Blitzkrieg!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed


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[size=325]Best of Three Falls!!![/size]



vs.


DETAILS:
Faith's first defense is a tough one. She faces off against former World Champion and Superstar Champion, Johnny Rude. These two seem to have a bit of history, much of it is obscured though in a past that has little to do with the ring. Will we see the first chapter of one of Federation X's next big feuds here? Or will Faith somehow achieve her goal and grant The Antichrist Superstar a measure of peace? This one is a best of three falls match with a thirty minute time limit.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

RP RULES: Superstar match rules. Six post cap. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: NONE

INT RULES: NONE

WINNER: First, the generalities. This match was all at once just what you'd expect from two of Federation X's best, and nothing like you'd expect. Usually, when I'm judging a Superstar Championship match, I go into the container knowing that I'm going to need a notepad to jot down notes so that I can keep up with all the side stories and extra material. Not in this match. Faith takes it to the ring in the first post of the match, and both competitors are content to leave it there.

When I saw that, I expected that Faith would have the advantage. Strong, hard-hitting match action is one of her specialties, and the fact that she was able to drag Rude into her wheelhouse was surprise number one. The fact that she had Johnny in the ring and then didn't really capitalize on it by starting the match in her second post was surprise number two. Going with the psychological warfare gameplan was interesting, and set up what would become the major underlying story of the match - but not playing to her strength at all in that post was surprising. Both wrestlers are in the ring, Johnny had attacked Faith before the bell, and she pulled back and tried to get into his head psychologically instead of just using Al.

Johnny brought a surprising game plan as well, allowing Faith to keep the match contained in the ring. There was almost none of the usual Johnny Rude side story development - and I'm not necessarily talking about Shock and Awe. It's rare to see Rude develop a match without bringing in other storytelling elements. Early on, I thought it might be the difference in the match, but Rude managed to match Faith post for post with in-ring action. In fact, the only real cliffhanger is - who made the lights flicker? Ed? Eve? Or was it truly just a technical glitch?

In the end, Rude wins by out-Faithing Faith. There were a couple of places where Faith took the risk of having a lull in the action to try and build the story. Those posts were good, but both times, Johnny answered with a post that both continued to build the story AND picked the action back up, giving him the edge and the win. The NEW Superstar Champion - Johnny B. Rude!

FINISHING RIGHTS:Johnny Rude


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Harbinger Championship Pure Wrestling Match
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vs.

DETAILS: Crash Test Greg wowed everyone during his match with Michael Kashmir. He's also made himself very busy as of late, going after main event superstars. Xavier Jones is also on the rise, as evidenced by his phenomenal success in the Rumble last month. So we put these two against one another in order to crown a new Harbinger champion. Who is the dominant newcomer in the company? We'll find out, soon!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: 4x standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: First let's talk about the sim. How disappointing was it for Greg to see that Xavier had simmed on the wrong day, and was allowed a correction? Probably very, because it directly impacted the outcome of this match. It made it closer than it could have been. In the end Xavier took a 3 point lead out of the sim and into the roleplay portion of this contest, and that's a portion where Greg's hard work and effort put him in the driver's seat. I have a couple of observations for both men.

Xavier: The posts flow well, are easy to read and progress things smoothly. That said, they are too often closer to the quality post minimum of 500 words than the judging recommendation of 1000 that I have. It means you left points on the table. I would also like to see some innovation in your matches beyond a referee bump. There was no WOW moment that I didn't see coming. Not every match can have those, but if it doesn't then it needs to make up for it with HEAT or something else and I didn't feel that this one did that.

Greg: I found your technical knowledge of moves impressive and your ability to pace match action exceptional. If you play to those strengths going forward, you should do well. Overall you scored more in effort than your opponent because you had posts that approached the recommended target, but you also relaxed back to 500 word posts sometimes as well. The biggest thing I would say to you is that I see some real opportunity for you to develop into a top tier roleplayer with some adjustments to your work. The first is that you appear to consciously be choosing to mix both 1st person and 3rd person styles. Don't. It doesn't read smoothly. Pick the one you like the best or that best plays to your strengths and stick with it. I also think that you slip from present tense to past tense as a result of the changing and that's something you have to look out for. The other thing I would like to see you working on is a way to break up your excellent action writing. I'd like it put into context for me by being broken up and interspersed with other information (i.e. emotional context, referee perspective, announcer banter and observation or anything else that can progress the match beyond simply the action we're witnessing.)

Both: I'm a big fan of roleplay devices being introduced into matches. Look for opportunities to do that in the future. It could have been anything from another wrestler coming out to guest commentate to a specific fan's behavior at ringside to a run in by somebody.......to anything. You guys focused in on the Pure Wrestling and that got sold well (for the most part) but you missed opportunity to look at the negative side of it as well. The side that was constraining people or holding them back. You only used half of the roleplay device effectively. Xavier clearly wanted to do other things, and took the opportunity when the referee went down. So why didn't we feel him catching himself wanting to do those things as the match was going on? There are opportunities in every match to capitalize on roleplay devices, and it brings depth to the match. Look to exploit them more often going forward and you'll both benefit in your scoring.

In the end, this match got VERY close as a result of Greg's roleplay effort. Just not close enough. 1 or 2 posts that were more robust would have been the difference. Or the extra bonus points that were left on the table on the 2nd and 3rd day. Xavier Jones wins on sim lead.

Great effort guys.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Crash Test Greg.


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[size=325]Contract Clause Submission Match[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Stryfe and Eve Riley are dominant forces in the company. One is the World Champion and the other is the first seed in The King of Wrestling tournament. This will be an submission only match, in that an opponent can only win via a submission hold. However, if Eve Riley loses, Stryfe gets to name a stip in her next X-Factor Title match!!!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 4x Submission

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Stryfe asked for Vacation before the card was posted, and Eve has agreed to let the match be tossed out - no contest with the promise of a do-over later.

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/A


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Rise To Power Match!
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vs.

DETAILS: Both of these Superstars have made some waves since coming here at different times in their careers. Both of these Superstars have the potential to be prime time competitors within the company, and now they get a chance to prove it. A 3rd Man In Contract lies high above the ring on a ladder. All one has to do is climb the ladder and claim the briefcase.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Ladder

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Decent start peters out. And Swingblade never sims. Winner: Aurora Snowe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aurora




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vs. vs.

DETAILS: We find Wade Wilson II going up against two of our more established stars in a three way dance. Brad Rhodes has hit some less than stable times ever since his departure with The Network. Battlestone has also had some problems after Sponsor Wars. Can these two pull it together and give the rookie a proper Federation X welcome? We'll find out!

RP RULES: standard match rules. For each time a person posts that is either not, back to back or three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNERS: Wade Wilson II is the only competitor to show, and Eve Riley brings a cardboard cutout of Battlestone to keep him company.

FINISHING RIGHTS: WW II if he would like


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vs.

DETAILS: Baros wants to make waves and prove to the world that he's a force to be respected. Michael Kashmir is looking to consume his way up the ranks toward some gold. Will we see another chapter in Kashmir's rise to power, or will Baros back up everything he's said so far?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: Okay here goes. This could have been a great match, but for some reason there was a lack of interaction between the two. Boros started the match off with his entering, and then proceeded to drag Kashmir to the ring. Then Kashmir's first post was from the day before which sorta felt out of place. Both guys are very good Role players, but they just did not seem to mesh. Boros had a sim lead coming in and it carried him to the win with an extra post...

FINISHING RIGHTS: Boros


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[size=325]Tag Team Chaos!!![/size]

& vs. &

DETAILS: We get to see some rather non-conventional tag teams at work, here. Gilgamesh and Jake Price are as different from one another as white and black. Valeriya and Jaster are unknown elements, and it's time to throw them all together and see what happens!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTs allowed

WINNER: A few participants do not sim, so this one is thrown out.

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/a


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[size=325]Welcome To Fed X!!![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Sycho and Maria make her debute within the company with a standard match that is sure to bring the fans to their feet! Can they handle the pressure of opening the show, or will they set the tone for the entire night?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: INTS allowed

WINNER: I walk away from this lack of a match with one thing. Despite having no one to face, Maria's two post show me something. That she belongs in Fed X. While I'm sorry her first match had to be a dud no show thanks to Sycho, I was impressed that she tried to do something despite the lack of an opponent. I'm looking forward to the next card to see what Maria does with an actual match to work with. The winner via no show, Maria

FINISHING RIGHTS: Maria if she likes.
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:03 am

Max Entropy Invitational - May 31, 2010

After speaking to Grayson and Liv, The Judges are ready to deliver thier decision as to who won the final event left for Sponsor Wars.

In an amazing unanimous decision, Your winner of the 2010 Max Entropy Inviational is.........STRYFE.

Now While I can't speak for the other judges, I can tell you that Stryfe won over my vote in some stiff competition. While Eve and Rude did an excellent job to be sure, (And while Tekno made me laugh my ass off for a full minute with his...."Submission").....I felt thet Stryfe did the best job of using all the tools available too him as well as the interaction he had with the entire roster in his write up. His work was crisp, clean, and what a judge comes to expect from such an exceptional writer. While I give Eve and Rude the kudos they deserved (because either of them could have easily taken this event in my mind), I just couldn't help but lean towards Stryfe's work.

With the final event of Sponsor Wars now complete, Expect to see a final point tally soon from Krusher.

From all of us on the Powerbase.....Thank you to everyone for the effort this past month. YOU are the reason Sponsor Wars is a success and we're already looking forward to next year's event.

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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:05 am

Live on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 from Los Angeles, California, The Staples Center....

The POWERBASE presents...





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[size=325]THE MAIN EVENT X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]



vs.

DETAILS: So here we are, the final X-Factor Title defense of the month. Fresh off the heels of a rather controversial title win against Nate Daniels, Johnny Rude faces his toughest challenge yet, his own fiance. The question is whether or not he can separate business from emotion and defend his title? Will Eve use the soft spot she's earned in the man's otherwise black heart to her advantage? We'll find out in this match as we place Evelyn Hope Riley against her beau to be, Johnny Rude in a regular match. Of course, things never quite stay regular around here, do they? 1000 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES: 1 INT Per team

WINNER: Back and forth, back and forth. That's how the flow of this one went in everything from sim, to RP. Eve dominated her sims, taking a big lead early on and it looked like the match was over before it started when Rude simmed his and choked like Mama Cass. But wait! Rude simmed illegally and was forced to re-sim! His results? He ended up making it a 1 point match! But hold on......his tag team partner and the OTHER half of HATE!.....ran a last minute INT to try to give him the lead.....and lost. Eve's sim lead went back up to 3 points!

The roleplay wasn't far off of that kind of a pattern either, with both performers do some really solid work. The posting for this match is basically over and for those of you who haven't read it......the match hasn't even begun yet!

In the end, this was Eve Riley's night. She's once again the X-Factor Champion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley.


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[size=325]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP TABLES, LADDERS, AND CHAIRS MATCH![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: It's a battle of Federation X originals as The Eternal Hero faces off against The Whiskey Fueled Bitch. So what we're going to do is place The Superstar Title from the ceiling suspended on a chair. The only way to reach it is by climbing up a ladder to obtain it. So the format will be Tables, Ladders, and Chairs. However, for additional flavor, someone seeking to claim the title must first or submit or pin their opponent. Only then are they allowed to go after the belt. Will this be Gilgamesh's last title defense? Or will Faith fall short of her Hall of Fame goals?450 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard Superstar rules with a 6 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: N/A

INT RULES: No INT's

WINNER: Two legends of the game square off for the Superstar Championship, and the match is just about everything you would expect from these two. Both play to their strengths, doing what they do best. Gilgamesh uses strong storytelling and dialog to push his side, while Faith jumps right into match action to drive her half. Neither competitor committed any big selling mistakes, and both did a pretty good job of making the match flow. In the end, the match is decided by Gilgamesh's time constraints, as Faith gets an extra post in. The scores had been close to that point, and another post from The Hero might have made a difference, and personally, I'm looking forward to therematch when both competitors have time to give this match their full attention. The winner and NEW Superstar Champion is Faith.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Faith


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[size=325]BLOODSPORT WEAPONS MATCH[/size]



vs.


DETAILS:
We have a newly crowned champion. Mr. Perseverance is no stranger to holding gold. But can he keep it, especially a title as elusive and difficult to maintain as The Bloodsport? His first challenge starts here as he goes up against Aurora Snowe in a weapons match. The ring will be littered with all manner of tools of pain for either opponent to use. To win you must use whatever is within reach to knock your opponent unconscious and get the pinfall. 500 Sponsor Wars points

RP JUDGE: Genocide

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Any

INT RULES: 1 INT per team

WINNER: Sorry guys, short and sweet on this one. Aurora Snowe continues to impress by outsimming, and outworking Battlestone. For a gal that wasn't experienced in hardcore wrestling, she now finds herself as the new Bloodsport Champ.

FINISHING RIGHTS:
Aurora Snowe


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TELEVISION TITLE MATCH
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vs.

DETAILS: Acid Ed did the unbelievable last week as he ended the nearly unstoppable freight train that was Jake Price and his TV Title run. Now he gets his first test against a man who calls himself The New Extreme. Rumor has it that Stryfe fancies himself something of a pain junkie. Acid Ed is nothing but a living, breathing, HATE!-filld pain device. Will we see one of the most bloody standard matches of all time? I, for one, hope so! 800 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: If ever there was a clash of the titans in terms of roleplayers in our fed, this would be it. Stryfe needs no introduction, having more than proven his salt as a writer during his run as Superstar champion. Acid Ed is the first Hall of Famer for Fed X, and he achieved that status for a reason. So what can you expect from two performers of this caliber except the very best?

Stryfe begins the match with some very solid dialogue between Johnny XS and Acid Ed. This is one of the man’s many strengths, as everything he writes in terms of dialogue seems natural. He even has the subtleties of character speech down, making certain every line sounds like something the character would say. He follows this up with delivering a brief interview that creates an angle for the match.

Some continuity issues, so I read Ed’s next, then the one Stryfe posted after himself, to get a better feel for continuity. Ed reacts the way you might expect, and while some people would write it off to Ed being Ed, what the man does, he does well, and it almost always adds to a match. This one is no exception.

At one point, Stryfe creates some interesting intrigue by introducing Kyra Ramos, to which Ed tries to negate with a good shot. The match goes back and forth, each man excelling at the things they’re known for.

In the end, Acid Ed has a five point sim lead, and Stryfe just couldn’t overcome in RP.

WINNER: Acid Ed

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=325]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]



vs.

DETAILS: The Last Good Man of Federation X just can't seem to catch a break this month. First he loses his title to Aurora Snowe, then he wins it back, and now he has to face off against Karissa Rain to defend his newly won title. With Lucy Forever injured after an attack by the former champion, can she arise to the occasion to defend the belt for Nigel, or will The Last Good Man be forced to break his oath? We'll find out soon! 500 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: 4x Standard.

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This was a rather uneven match, as the actual match did not start till like last three posts. I liked Karissa's first post as it set in her normal role as “chess master” and Nigel's posts were true to the characters as well. I liked the feel of “conflict” between the Sibs on the use of weapons. That is where I would have liked the match to start, but instead we saw a “rehash” of Karissa trying to get Nigel in the ring, and the use of Sub in the form of Helga. This is where the match started and went off the rails a bit thanks to a run in by Jake Price, but given it's been a long month. I think they both did the best they could. The Sim lead Nigel had going in was enough to carry him to the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nigel Crowley


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vs.

DETAILS: The team of HATE! have been nigh unstoppable this month. After beating Team SBFF, they have went on to successfully defend the titles every time when asked. Now, when it matters most, they're being asked to defend it once more. This time they do so against Kieran Crowe and his partner for the month, Tekno. Will one half of Blitzkrieg and the man formerly known as Weed Man do what three other teams have failed to do? Or will this be yet another victory for THE MOST DANGEROUS TAG TEAM ALIVE? We'll find out as we make this one a Tornado Tag inside a steel cage! 600 points

RP JUDGE: Maverick

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 2x standard each

INT RULES: 1 INT per team

WINNER: First things first, This was noting less then total sim Dominace by HATE! In sim terms this wasn't even close. On The Roleplay front, Despite fighting a losing battle, Tekno and Crowe put on an impressive display. Had this match been close by a seperation of a point or 2, We'd be crowning new tag team champions. Alas...it was not to be and HATE does in fact retain thier tag team titles. One final note, Crowe put on a clinic....and really busted his ass for this match. It was really good to see him so active. Major props for his excellent effort.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe

[size=325]BEAT THE CLOCK CHALLENGE[/size]

vs. vs.

DETAILS: The twist? These two matches will take place at the same time.

In the same ring.

The first wrestler to pin his or her opponent will be the winner of the Beat The Clock challenge. Being in the same ring, the wrestlers in the other match WILL be able to break up pin attempts. Mayhem, you say? Hopefully, you're correct.

The final matches will be simmed in the same fashion, with the following exceptions.

No SIM on day 1. On day 2, you sim your opponent 5x Standard. On day 3, you sim your opponent 5x ANY match type – but you MUST use 5 DIFFERENT match types.

Here's the twist. For every quality RP (500 words or more) that you post for the match (maximum of 2 per day) you will be awarded an INT sim. These 6 (max per character) INT sim's are to be used after midnight on Friday night/Saturday morning. You may sim EITHER or BOTH of the competitors in the OPPOSITE match. For each sim that you WIN, the match time of the person you SIM will be increased by a random amount of time (1 to 60 seconds each). Once all four competitors have used their bonus sims to interfere in the other match, the lowest time will win the challenge. Sponsor War Points: 500 for the fastest win

RP RULES: Two post minimum – RP on days 2 and 3 only

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 5x Standard on Day 2, 5x Any on Day 3, but they must be different types.

INT RULES:(See Above)

WINNERS (TIME): Well, the times are thrown out the window on this one, and the BTC race turns into a one on one match between Faith and Eve, with Johnny XS unable to find the ring. Fortunately, the sim times match up with the story in the ring, and Faith's lead is too much to overcome.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Faith


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[size=325]TAG TEAM POINTS MATCH!!![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: It's been awhile since we've seen The Heroes in action. I think it's high time they earned some points for their team, and what better way to do so than against Shaun Justice and Genocide, the newly formed Team Network? They've hit a bit of a rough patch as of late, as have The Heroes, so it will be interesting to see just how this all plays out. 300 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: SIM each member of the other team 2x Standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Time constraints on the part of both members of The Heroes make this not much of a contest as Genocide and Shaun Justice win this one walking away. Here's hoping that we can see a rematch some time when all four men have time to make this a match. Winners - Genocide and Shaun Justice

FINISHING RIGHTS: Geno and Shaun


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[size=325]I QUIT MATCH![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: In a last minute change to the schedule, Bras Rhodes has been slotted to face off with Mr. Vanilla himself in a match where the only way to win is to make your opponent say "the words." This one is sure to be a pure wrestler's delight, and a win can only be achieved via submission. 200 points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: SIM 4x submission

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Brad couldn't make it to the card, giving this one to Nate Daniels.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=325]BONUS BEST OF 3 FALLS MATCH[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Crash Test Greg has worked his butt off to try and impress us. Well, it's time he saw that effort rewarded in the form of a match. He faces off against Team Wrassle's Michael Kashmir in a Best of Three Falls match. With points on the line, can Greg rise to the occasion? 200 points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: SIM each opponent 4x standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This was over all a pretty solid match. Solid is not an insult, but how I felt about the action and the match progression. The only real issue I can point to is the “prematch” stuff was a bit short. Greg as a newcomer to the fed and the game has a interesting story, but needs to give the reader more to latch onto. Flesh out the story out more. Kash seemed to be settling into his role as a sorta cocky, sleazebag heel. Which is nice to see. The Sim told the tale of this on as Crash Test Greg took a big lead and held on for the win. I would like to say sorry for being brief, but it has been a LONG month. WINNER - Crash Test Greg

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kashmir


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[size=325]BONUS TRIPLE THREAT CAGE MATCH[/size]

vs. vs.

DETAILS: Will we get to see a bitter feud come to a head? Luca Brassi was confined to a wheel chair after a sad baseball bat incident. Brute Bernard has made friends with a nutty buddy ever since an incident with what I can only guess was garden sheers. Or will neither of those things matter, because the third man in this match takes center stage and makes us forget everything else? Swingblade certainly has the skill to do that. 200 points

RP JUDGE: Maverick

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: Each opponent 2x Cage

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER:Luca No shows, While Brute and Swing Barely made it to the ring. Not much effort here and not much to see or read. Swingblade wins on sim

FINISHING RIGHTS: Swingblade
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:07 am

Live on Tuesday, May 18th, 2010 from Las Vegas, Nevada, Mandalay Bay Resort And Casino....

The POWERBASE presents...



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[size=325]THE MAIN EVENT

X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
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vs.

DETAILS: What do these guys have in common? Not a whole hell of a lot, believe it or not. However, they're slated to face one another in a good, old fashioned wrestling match. Or so they thought. As it turns out, Las Vegas has a long and storied tradition of championship boxing matches taking place within its hotels. At least, that's what I've been told. So for fun, we're making Johnny B. Rude and Mr. Nateisfaction himself participate in a PURE boxing match to determine the champion. You all DO know how to box, right? Someone better start working on their fancy foot work! 500 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES: 1 INT Per team

WINNER: Let's start by looking at each competitor.

Nate Daniels. There's no doubt that Nate did a better job of selling the nature of the contest between the two men. Nate is right in a groove out of the gate regarding boxing, and for a minute I thought that maybe he actually enjoyed the corrupt business in real life. On top of that Nate's technical writing is tighter than Johnny's. He doesn't make the small mistakes that appear in Rude's work occasionally. Nate always sells well, and I really enjoyed his selling of being nearly knocked out. It was superb. I did think he missed the mark with the minor bicker battle between Eve and Rude, but it wasn't a terrible miss. More of note was that Rude set Kashmir out as a plot device waiting to attack Kika and Nate went off in another direction. If there was anywhere that I found Nate needed to step up more it was in the creative. While he used the match well, I didn't find that a lot of the roleplay devices brought to the match came from him. In fact I would say their absence is a weakness for Nate, and an area he has room to develop in.

Johnny B Rude. Not as tight with selling the boxing as Nate was, Rude excelled at what he always excels at - he brought numerous roleplay elements into play. Additionally he should be commended for finding HEAT for a match that otherwise didn't have anything beyond the belt to get it warmed up. Reaching into Nate's past and drumming up all manner of reasons to get under Nate's skin was something I think the match needed. Some people might say 'he's just doing what he always does' but that doesn't mean it's not good for the match. It was. While his boxing focus wasn't as tight as Nate's Rude did keep the action moving well, matching Nate in that area. He took a slight bump on the technical side for some sloppiness, but it wasn't prevalent and didn't hurt him badly.

Alright, with Geno's INT the match was tied up on sims. Just my luck to get handed such a well done match in such a pressure cooker situation. There's a reason these results are so late. I've agonized over this to the finest of details. I'm really impressed with Nate's work in this one and I like the selling of the match as I mentioned earlier. That said, he didn't score well in innovation areas and Rude did. Rude scored well enough in those areas to make up the ground on Nate's edge in other areas. Your winner, and still the champion.........Johnny B Rude

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny B Rude


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[size=325]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP TWIST OF FATE MATCH![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: Gilgamesh has been on a roll since winning the title from Stryfe not long ago. While he narrowly defeated Shaun Justice, he now goes up against a former Superstar Champion in his own right, Mr. Perseverance himself, Battlestone. For fun and flavor, this match will work a bit differently than what you might be used to. Firstly, it will take place in an elimination chamber. Secondly, this chamber will have four pods, and in each pod is a wrestler. Only these wrestlers may interfere(for rp purposes), and one member from each team is represented. Furthermore, the pods are numbered 1-4, and both wrestlers are given two of those numbers. This is done randomly, so Battlestone could have 2 and 4, and Gil could end up having 1 and 3, as an example. The wrestlers whose pods correspond with the number may only interfere FOR the wrestler who drew their number. So if Wrestler A is 1, and Gilgamesh drew 1, then wrestler A may only interfere for Gilgamesh, regardless of who his team actually is. The winner of this match is the one who scores a pinfall or submission, but only after all four pods are open. Every 2 minutes, a pod will open. 450 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard Superstar rules with a 6 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: N/A

INT RULES: No INT's

WINNER: Stone tries to set the overall tone with the PB trying to screw him and Team Wrassle because after all, Does anyone here want the name "Wrassle" all over the place for a month? Of course not. Gilgamesh sells the possible betrayal well but then adds his own twist that there could be a spy in the ranks of his own team. Solid openings by both BUT....Stone got a little too long winded for my liking with an opening post over 2000 words. (Check the critera....I'm all for effort but that post was a little too long and had me thinking whan is this one gonna end rather then worrying about the content.)

Gilgamesh has a quick and very Insightful interview which I found compelling because he played up the spy bit by showing himself distracted before entering the ring & the chamber. Stone's intro is a little "Vanilla" but his opening match action is spot on. At this point Stone tries to take control of the match. He has the first pod open and leaves it open for Gilgamesh to determine who is inside. A risky gamble that can be gold in his hands or that could be turned and used by Gil.....and that's exactly what Gil does by having the door get stuck. The "I wanna know Factor" is in full effect. Who the hell is in that pesky pod? From here things only get worse for Stone when Pods 2 and 3 open to reveal Nigel Crowley and Stryfe. When the 4th cell opens, It's suppose to be Kira but she's left Fed X.

So what we see from here on out pretty much is a 3 on 1 handicap match...and while I'm all about the screw job, I didn't really care much for areading a 3 on 1. Being realistic...Stone wouldn't have had much of a chance against 3 wrestlers the caliber of Gil, Stryfe, and Nigel. Still it was decently played despite my dislike for it. As we draw near the end, Rude and Ed send out Johnny XS and a Roided up Paco to try and even the score. They know they've been screwed and now try to fix it. Inside the chamber, Earl Crockiner demands everyone back into the pods. Including Swingblade who just got out only a few minutes ago. Back to a more one on one situation, The two do battle while outside the cage, Paco is roid raging to get into the cell because XS told him there was Ice Cream inside. Enter Hawk, Eve, and Gates. Gates tries to tranq Paco but the pistol gets slapped away and goes off shooting Gil with the dart. Has Gil found his spy? Will the tranq give Stone a win? What a cliffhanger!

Stone did an excellent job, Commentary was spot on and his action was solid. His opening post cost him a bit because it was a little too long while a few other posts, Not as long as the first could have been tightened up just a tad. He did a good job of trying to control the match but Gil did a better Job. Gil's work is what we've come to expect from him week in and week out. His efforts to keep control and his cliffhanger ending are what gives him my nod. You're winner and Still Superstar Champion, Gilgamesh.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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[size=325]BLOODSPORT STREET FIGHT[/size]



vs.


DETAILS:
The Whiskey Fueled Bitch has made her name almost as synonymous with The Bloodsport Division as Acid Ed himself. She's also only two Superstar Title reigns away from getting into The Legends Hall of Fame. The story of Brute Bernard's career can be inked in the sheer amount of gold he has won, mostly for The Network banner. Now, we get to see these two titans of their perspective feels clash in a street fight that takes place down The Las Vegas strip. Will Faith add another notch to her belt, or will Brute's history have one more page in it, written with Bloodsport gold? 200 Sponsor Wars points

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x Any

INT RULES: 1 INT per team

WINNER: The match starts off good with entertaining posts from both players. Faith takes an early lead in RP, but Brute is really close. The match is pretty much even by day two. And then Brute disappears. I don't know if he saw his sim results and figured what was the point or if he just had a lot of planes landing. But then it really didn't matter. Faith destroyed Brute in SIM and wins the match. Winner: Faith

FINISHING RIGHTS:
Faith


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[size=325]
TELEVISION TITLE MATCH
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vs.

DETAILS: Jake Price believes himself to be unstoppable. He's already begun acquiring a myriad of different nicknames for himself. As it just so happens, we have another wrestler who has many, many nicknames. He goes by them all, but we like to call him Acid Ed. The Original Rat Bastard and The Golden Standard seem like natural enemies, mainly because of how different they are from one another. Fresh off a loss from Faith, can Acid Ed overcome that to claim some gold? Or will Jake Price steam roll through him as he has every one else? This one is going to take place in the middle of the ring, man to man!400 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: 4x Submission Type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: A strong sim lead by Acid Ed takes this one. I will like to say however, that both competitors sold each other well. They each have a very strong sense of who the character is and it shows throughout their writing. The roles they each fall into are completely natural, and the psychological interplay interspersed with the dialogue worked very well. Also, I feel bad for Hank, who owns Faith's diary. In the end though, finishing rights go to the man whose work was just a bit more crisp and clear, and that was Acid Ed.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed


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[size=325]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP TABLES, LADDERS, AND CHAIRS REMATCH!!![/size]



vs.

DETAILS: Aurora Snowe has proven everyone wrong. Instead of living up to some people's low expectations, she has smashed the bar in half and become a Harbinger Champion. Nigel Crowley chose to sit out for his first title defense, a choice which some people wonder cost him the title in the first place. Needless to say, the re-match was inevitable. One has to wonder though, in a match as brutal as this one is sure to be, will Nigel step in or will Lucy take another crack at proving herself? 350 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 4x TLC match type.

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: I wasn't sure about Nigel's "switching to a girl" gimmick when he has to fight a female. Especially considering the shift in first person. Really seeing it in action, I like it. If Alan Scott had thought about it years ago, it would have saved us all a lot of bitching... love ya SBFF!

Both competitors were unfamiliar with the TLC environment, but Aurora made use of the Hardcore Living Legend on her team for advice, and Acid Ed even made a cameo, complete with icy-grey orb dropping. I'm tempted to credit that to Aurora's scorecard, but that would be wrong.

Solid ring action starting off from Nigelucy (that's what I'll call them from now on) but I'd prefer to see more announcer dialog. Aurora gains some points with her's. It flows well, and Laura at the table, and her interaction with Proctner was good. A little too much offense from Snowe costs her though.

In the end, I love Aurora's effort of seven posts, but I can only score five of them... and Nigel's five were a little better, even with the extra bonus point. The sims decided this one early, with Lucy Forever reclaiming the Harbringer belt for the Crowley siblings.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nigel/Lucy


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vs.

DETAILS: HATE! have just come off their first successful title defense against not one, but TWO teams! Now they square off against their own team mates in Battlestone and Swingblade. One has to wonder just what this match will do to team unity? Can Team Wrassle survive this match, or will a schism be created that cannot be undone? 300

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 2x each

INT RULES: 1 INT per team

WINNER:This was an overall good match with a lot to like in it. I liked HATE coming in being the assholes that we all know they can be, and overall ARE. I liked that Rude was not “whiney” in the last few weeks Rude and Ed's pre matches have more like Rude falling apart, and Ed pretty much doing emotional triage, but this time that was toned back and Rude was just the bastard the would knows, and he was an Equal to Ed something we have not seen a lot of. So it was good to see Johnny step up and start to show WHY they are a team. The back story of Swingo and how deep he was under the skin of the newcomer the plan to change sponsors all made sense and showed Ed is a lot more then just a brutal fighter - something that gets lost at times. All the match action made sense and was all well paced. Also the bit of Ed getting in the other teams head was a classic move.

I did have a few issues. One was the ref change from Earl to Jobber to “ref” I'm chalking it up to the man beast work load he had to carry this card. The second was in Swing's first post. Ed's parts did not seem like Ed. Yes he is a mean bastard, but having him punch someone in my view of Ed means your worth a punch. I can't see Ed caring enough to hit Swingo as there was nothing he could do in that moment to stop the plan. The last thing was there just was not enough from Swingo and Battle. Battle was double booked, but one post in a tag title match just stinks.

In the end the champs hat this won from the first post, and the Sim just sealed the deal. So HATE! Wins running away, but Battle and Swingo do have the makings of a top team. So a rematch when there isn't an RP match would be something to see I think.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed


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[size=325]BEAT THE CLOCK CHALLENGE[/size]

Match 1: . vs.

Match 2: vs.

Match 3: vs.

Match 4: vs.

DETAILS: This month, Federation X is running a special Beat The Clock Challenge as part of Sponsor Wars. Each week the wrestler with the fastest win will move on to a very special match at the Pay-Per-View. Sponsor War Points: 30/each + 100 for the fastest win

RP RULES: Two post minimum – RP on days 2 and 3 only

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: See Beat The Clock details on the Admin board

INT RULES: No INT's

WINNERS (TIME):
Jake Price (19:07) d. Genocide (20:00)

Faith (18:00) d. Luca Brassi (no-show)

Acid Ed (21:25) d. Xavier Jones (23:10)

Aurora Snowe (22:00) d. Haley(23:00)

Fastest win goes to Faith, who advances to the Pay-Per-View Beat The Clock Challenge Finals. NOTE - 2 competitors simmed one match incorrectly on day 2, using the same match type twice. In both cases, the 2nd match of the same type was counted as a loss.

FINISHING RIGHTS: go to the winners - Jake Price, Faith, Acid Ed, Aurora Snowe


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[size=325]TAG TEAM TABLES MATCH!!![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: The Prolific Pedophile Johnny XS and The Mass Consumer Michael Kashmir have been on something of a roll. Or at least, the potential for such is present. How will they fare against Kieran Crowe and Tekno, who, while not experienced working with each other, are very formidable opponents in their own rights? The first team to put their opponents through a table wins. 50 Sponsor Wars Points

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

SIM RULES: SIM each member of the other team 2x Standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This match was interesting from a storyline point of view with Geno and Stryfe joining in on the fun. But in the end Mikey Kashmir no shows and XS is left without a partner. Tek and Crowe win by DQ.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Tekno


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[size=325]TAG TEAM DOG COLLAR MATCH[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Eve Riley and Luca Brassi, former World Tag Team contenders, go up against Stryfe and Shaun Justice in a Dog Collar Tag Match. All four competitors will start the match in the ring at the same time. Each tag team will be dog collared to their opponents. The first team to successfully drag BOTH of their opponents around the ring, touching each corner, will win the match!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: SIM each member of the opposing team 2x Hardcore

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Genocide might want to think twice about putting Stryfe and Shaun Justice together in a tag match again. They butted heads early on, and didn't show good teamwork. Much better teamwork than Eve and Luca showed, however... it's hard to have a team with one person. Good show by Eve, but fighting alone, she had no chance. Shaun Justice and Stryfe win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Shaun Justice


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[size=325]BONUS WEAPONS MATCH[/size]

vs. vs.

DETAILS: Who says women can't be hardcore? Kayleigh is about to prove the naysayers wrong in this one as she goes up against Brad Rhodes and Rylan Hearn. The rules in this one are simple enough - do whatever you can to take the win home! Weapons will be scattered around the ring to be used however you see fit.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: SIM each opponent 2x Hardcore

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This match was....In a word...EPIC. Amazing Roleplay, Selling, Action....and oh wait.....No one showed......Even though Brad COULD have posted and simmed for easy points, He chose to whack his own teammate over the head in another match without so much as even sniffing the ring for this one. (Although to be fair he was away for a week....BUT back in time on the lastr day to do something.) Kayleigh? No clue....she just sort of doesn't seem to show for cards....or anything else. Rylan? Has issues with Real Life. Nuff said. Am I being a little harsh? Yeah....A little...But then I hate no shows. Oh and before I forget....the winner of this match is me.....because like the people in the match who didn't do anything, I didn't have to do anything....thus...My day is easier.

FINISHING RIGHTS: No Show.....who does another outstanding job.


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[size=325]BONUS SCAFFOLD MATCH[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Wow, what a feeling NightHawk must be having right about now. From going to TV Title Contender to Bonus Match card opener, what is a Shepherd of Man to do? Beat Karissa Rain, if he has any interest in obtaining points for his team. This one will be a scaffold match, because there are so few of those done these days.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This match was a pretty good read, with both Karissa and Nighthawk turning in solid work. It's not easy RP'ing a Scaffold match, but these two manage to do a good job with the format. Karissa takes a slim SIM lead, but cannot hold onto it as she leaves too many posts on the table to overcome Nighthawk's excellent RP performance. Winner - Nighthawk


FINISHING RIGHTS: Nighthawk


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[size=325]BONUS FIRST BLOOD MATCH[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Emissary has been in a coma for some time. Kira has allegedly left the company all together. Will these two competitors surprise us all and rise to the occasion? Or will the fans have a good reason to go use the rest room? We'll find out!

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

SIM RULES: 4x standard

INT RULES:1 per team

WINNER: Double no-show - thrown out

FINISHING RIGHTS: None
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:44 pm

Live on Wednesday, May 12th, from Phoenix, Arizona. US Airways Center.

The POWERBASE presents...



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[size=325]MAIN EVENT
WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
TRIPLE THREAT MATCH[/size]



--v-
--v--

DETAILS: Talk about six people who hate each other. Could this match get any more explosive? As a matter of fact, it could. Since Team Jameson isn't represented in this match, let's make one of their members the Special Guest Referee. Somebody who will call things fair, honest, right down the middle. Somebody like – Nate Daniels.Sponsor Wars Points - 30

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: LDG

SIM RULES: Sim Each member of the opposing teams 1 time each using standard match type

INT RULES: 1 INT Per Team

WINNER: This was a tough match to judge, and the reason it was tough is that you had 3 teams and a guest Ref, and so that is a lotta moving parts to keep track of. There were things I liked such as Ed's match action, Geno's prematch angling. Most of the Johnny Rude prematch. The first post I felt like I read before, but after that he hit a nice stride. I liked the fact that you saw a lot team work and people tagging in people that were not their partners. It adds to a match to see the mix and match come into play. Nate was used well throughout the match to add to the match, and before I forget the Rude/Eve stuff was all well timed and fun to read. Such as the pregnancy scare to get out of a hold. Overall there was a lot to like in this match.

Now I want to touch on some things I did not like as much. One was the way “Team Network” came out of the locker room . Is a back door out of the megasuite a big thing? No, but blowing off the interaction I thought was not the best choice. “The Return of Storm” It could just be me, but the idea that Maverick would kinda just appear seemed kinda easy. Again not a major thing, but something that bugged me a little. Then there was the reaction to Storm's return. Johnny goes from pissing himself to laughing about it. The turn went so fast that it didn't seem real. These are minor quibbles in a match that spans 34 post, and there are others, but those are the ones that jump out.


So after the simming it was really a 2 horse race between Team PBS and the Tag champs. Team Network did good in the RP, but they needed both teams to stumble and do it hard to win, and it just didn't happen, Team PBS had the sim lead going into the RP, but no one wins a tag match solo, and that was how Eve found herself when she 6 times getting 3 BP(one per day) and her partner left a post on the table and only got 2 Bonus points so without further rambling the winners and STILL champs are HATE! Congrats and well done to all involved.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed


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[size=325]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSIP
DEATHMATCH RULES[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Teacher versus student? Or one Hardcore legend against another? Tonight we find out in the KING of the hardcore matches – the Texas Deathmatch. The ropes will be wrapped in barbed wire, and the only rule is WIN. Sponsor Wars points - 200

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 4x Hardcore match type

INT RULES: 1 INT per team

WINNER: Acid Ed and Faith, probably the two most hardcore wrestlers in the history of the company going at it in a Deathmatch. Me likee. This was a brawl, to be sure, but much less bloody than I anticipated. They were heavy on the wrestling, and light on the garbage on this one.

Ed took control pretty early on, and never looked back... right up until he didn't post his sim results...

Pretty dense, if you ask me.

The winner and NEW Bloodsport Champion... FAITH!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed


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[size=325]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP
TAPED FIST MATCH[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: This match has been brewing for nearly a year, ever since Genocide gave Johnny an ultimatum last summer. An ultimatum which led Rude down a long, winding path to HATE! So, since there IS so much HATE! between the two, let's see if we can settle this feud – with a Taped Fists match. Winning is SIMPLE. Knock your opponent out. First man who fails to answer a ten count loses. Sponsor Wars Points - 500

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES: 1 INT Per team

WINNER: When I drew this match, I was just a bit apprehensive. I knew I had two of the most competitive guys in the game going at each other, and I knew that the match would be a tough one to judge. I was right. It was quite a read, with more twists than a mountain road. The main problem I had with the match was that the twists were less about moving the match along and more about trying to force the other character down a certain path. When I'm judging a match, steam rolling your way out of corners is going to lose you points for short-selling. I don't think I need to point at particulars here, suffice to say that I'm MUCH more impressed with writers who can roll with punches and find creative ways to overcome obstacles than with having those obstacles snow-plowed.

Now, that little vent out of the way, both of the guys in this match are extremely talented writers - two of my favorites. They both know how to pace a match, how to write match action that flows instead of continually hitting high spot after high spot. Special thanks to Tekno and Shaun Justice, who add their own signatures to this match as well. The SIM decided the outcome of this match as, despite INT's from both Tek and Shaun, Rude still managed a 2 point lead headed to the RP. That lead carried him through to the victory, meaning that our NEW X-Factor champion is Johnny B. Rude!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny Rude


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[size=325]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP
HELL IN THE CELL[/size]



--v----v--

DETAILS: Gilgamesh finds himself defending his Superstar title against not one but two men. Fortunately, one of those men is one of his teammates for the month, Luca Brassi – assuming Luca is able to shake off Brute's attack in time for the card. Unfortunately, Gates has been less than the perfect team player to this point, having attacked teammates on more than one occasion. Will they work together to eliminate Shaun Justice, or will Gates have his own agenda? Sponsor Wars Points - 450

RP RULES: Standard Superstar rules with a 6 post cap for scoring. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: N/A

INT RULES: No INT's

WINNER: I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this match. While Gilgamesh is firmly etched in the camp of face and Shaun Justice firmly a heel, Luca Brassi seems an odd fit for them. Either you’d have two faces against a heel, or two heels against a face. In any case, when I first started to read this match, I was not sure where Luca would fit in to the over all picture of the match. However, one thing I do like about Luca Brassi’s style is that he lets us known what his character is thinking at any given moment, and it is interesting to get his perspective from time to time on the different happenings in the match.

He presents a unique problem in the beginning of the match, as to whether or not he would be able to compete in it at all thanks to the attack by Brute Bernard. Shaun comes up next, and it’s clear that he’s working on all cylinders. His first post is probably one of the most tight I have read from him in awhile. Gone is the over-explanation and dense paragraphs, in their place are tight paragraphs and solid dialogue which gets to the point of showing me where Shaun is at as a person. I like that. What I don’t like, however, is how quickly Shaun was brought out of his stupor by Genocide and Deacon.

The champion enters the fray and delivers some very solid, very compelling writing. The dream sequence was particularly interesting, and I especially loved the time and detail he put into that sequence, and what it symbolized. It is further expanded upon with the usage of NightHawk, and it presented an interesting angle into the match, all of which you have to expect from the champion. Luca does an entrance next and not much else, and that puts him behind in the race.

I felt as though the Storm homage was unnecessary and that most of what Shaun covered in his interview was covered in his first post, so he lost me a little there. The tossing in of “Clone, clone, clone,” was a nice bit of what I saw as self-satire, so it helped the post. Gilgamesh’s entrance was probably the strongest of the match, setting the tension between himself and Shaun Justice, tension which Shaun only hints at in his entrance.

That is the first day in a nutshell. Kudos to Brute for making an appearance and doing something hilarious. It doesn’t really contribute to the over all match, but it was nice to see. He becomes a force later, and that was a nice way to utilize him, by all parties. We saw Luca and Brute continue their feud, Brute use Brassi to open the cage, and then Bernard straight up getting into the cage himself.

Gilgamesh excels in his well-paced, interesting match action and near-perfect announcer dialogue. He knows the characters well and has them say things which make sense with their established personas. This may not seem like a big deal to some, but you would not believe how many people get it WRONG. Gilgamesh is not one of them.

Justice does a good job of pushing his own angle along without steam rolling it, and he makes the idea that people seem to think him something of a copy of Storm actually work for him, even parodying himself by trying to utilize American Express, only to drop it later. It’s an interesting angle that made me want to read more.

For some reason, Luca posts 3 times in one day, sacrificing a bonus point.

In the end, a .6 is what separates a winner from a loser.
In the end, the winner and STILL champion, GILGAMESH!!!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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[size=325]BEAT THE CLOCK CHALLENGE[/size]

Match 1:
--v--

Match 2:
--v--

Match 3:
--v--

Match 4:
--v--

DETAILS: This month, Federation X is running a special Beat The Clock Challenge as part of Sponsor Wars. Each week the wrestler with the fastest win will move on to a very special match at the Pay-Per-View. Sponsor War Points: 30/each + 100 for the fastest win

RP RULES: Two post minimum – RP on days 2 and 3 only

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: See Beat The Clock details on the Admin board

INT RULES: No INT's

WINNERS (TIME): Nate Daniels (17:30) d. Stryfe (25:00)

Eve Riley (16:43 d. Battlestone (18:21)

Kieran Crowe (21:30) d. Swingblade (23:00)

Brute Bernard (24:00) d. Rylan Hearn (27:00)

Fastest time goes to Eve Riley, who advances to the PPV.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate, Battlestone, Crowe, Brute


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[size=325]TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP
30 MINUTE IRONMAN MATCH[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Jake Price has been on a roll, winning and defending his Television Championship. The mysterious man wearing the cowl of The Shepherd has been impressive since replacing Nighthawk. Can he overcome the college superstar in what you would have to think is one of Jake's specialties – the Iron Man match? Sponsor Wars Points - 400

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Ironman match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Something most of you didn't know is I've been sick as a dog for the last week and I'm still sick, out of work for another 4 days....so..at the behest of Grayson who told me go rest...this is short and sweet. Jake proves to be solid week in and week out, this week is no exception. He held his own against Nighthawk who brought his usual A game to the table. The deciding factor in this one is a 2 point sim lead, a couple bonus points, and Hakw leaving a post on the table. You're winner and STILL TV CHAMPION.....Jake Price.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake Price


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[size=325]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP
PURE WRESTLING TRIPLE THREAT MATCH[/size]



--v----v--

DETAILS: Nigel Crowley has come into Federation X like a house on fire, shooting up the Harbinger ranks and grabbing the gold. Tonight, he faces a stiff test in the undefeated Aurora Snowe and Federation X's Queen Bitch, Kira. Let's see these three battle it out in a Pure Wrestling match, a nod to Nigel's honorable sensitivities. Sponsor Wars Points - 350

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

SIM RULES: SIM each opponent 2x Standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Aurora goes up on sim and gets two more posts in than Nigel. Kira no shows. This was in interesting match and a decent read. But I'm in a hurry as I have a bunch of stuff the wife wants done. Sorry for the lack of depth. Aurora wins it

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aurora


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[size=325]TAG TEAM TEXAS TORNADO MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Talk about teams with issues. Crowe and Tekno are obviously not best buddies, and you'd have to think that there will be trust issues between Haley and Brad, since Brad tried to screw his team over last week, only to wake up and find out that Genocide was awarded the X-Factor title when he was ruled unable to continue. This just might turn into a nasty, nasty fight. Sponsor Wars points - 50

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: SIM each member of the other team 2x Standard

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Unfortunalty for Haley, She lost Brad prior to the card leaving her alone for much of the match. Stryfe appeared to step up but then faded into the sunset quickly. While Haley out up a valiant fight and CRUSHED the other team on sims to the tune of 22-7...it's all for nought without a partner. Kieran & Tekno pick up the easy victory.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Tekno


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[size=325]TAG TEAM STRAP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Kashmir wanted Nate's attention, and it looks like he might have finally got it. Add in Johnny XS and a female who is most likely too old for him to be interested in, and this might be another interesting fight. And just to make sure it is, let's make it a double strap match. Each person will be tied to one member of the other team by a long leather strap. Fun times. Sponsor Wars Points - 50

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: SIM each member of the opposing team 2x Hardcore

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Captain Vanilla had a great showing tonight, but with only one post, and no sims from Kayleigh, it didn't really matter. Team Wrassle takes this one.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=325]BONUS TLC MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Xavier Jones joined Federation X last week too late to be added to the card. So, let's welcome him in style. We'll put him in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match against Emissary and Karissa Rain. THAT should get the card started off with a bang, and the fans stoked for what's to come.
Sponsor Wars Points - 50

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

SIM RULES: SIM each opponent 2x TLC match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: Much like the other three way that I judged, one of the participants didn't show. Emissary never made it tot he ring, but Xavier and Karissa soldiered on in a well done, but short match as neither one posted on Friday. Jones held his own really well in RP, but in the end, Karissa had a big sim lead and didn't give any of it up. Winner: Karissa

FINISHING RIGHTS: Karissa


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[size=325]THE FOLLOWING IS A NEW WEEKLY FED X SPECIAL BULLETTIN

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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:51 pm

Live on Wednesday, May 5th, from The Key Arena, in Seattle, Washington

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=325]MAIN EVENT![/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Brad Rhodes rose to the challenge at Anarchy, winning the X-Factor championship in a match against both Genocide and Johnny XS. But, was Johnny the “X-Factor” in that match? Tonight we find out as Geno gets his rematch, one-on-one. Sponsor Wars Points - 500

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES: INT's allowed

WINNER: This was one of the best X-factor matches I think I've ever read and while it was a huge pain in the ass to score....because of the exceptional work by both men....I really did enjoy it. Perfect sells, Perfect chemistry, a great story of what seems like betrayal turned into a set up by an outside team, Down to fantastic match actions. Amazing. Now to the nitty gritty. Brad had a HUGE sim lead but thanks to helpf from other Network teammates and a few botched attempts to assist Brad...the score was tied dead even when the smoke cleared. That means it's down to roleplay and let me tell you I could find little to no fault in either man's work. The truth is I had them DEAD even when I was done scoring....so thus it came down to bonus points.....and on this night, Brad Earns 2 bonus points...Geno only earned 1.....and thus...Brad retains in a match that will get my vote for Match Of The Card.....Easy.

CORRECTION:
Due to a very STUPID error on my part....the Main Event results need to be corrected.

I'm not sure how this happened but Somehow, My time on the forums was set to Central time in Africa. Because of this, I miscounted bounus points leaving Geno one short and making it seem as if Geno only got 1 bonus point rather then 2.

Thanks to Krusher...I finally noticed the error. That said, When we give Geno the point back he earned, It swings the Results back into his favor by .5 points.

Thus, Geno is the actual victor and the New X Factor Champion.

Also of note....I have to give Brad MAJOR KUDOS for being a stand up guy and PMing me telling me I made the error to begin with. Brad could have easily ignored it and taken the win but....Brad is a stand up guy and was honest....something I think speaks volumes about the kind of person Brad is. Everyone should give Brad a pat on the back in my humble opinion.

Also, I am the one who screwed up....So I take the blame....Brad...feel free to send me lots of nasty PM's and refuse Video work I request for at least a full year. (I'm really sorry I made the error.)

Winner: Genocide

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=325]TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Jake Price captured the Television title in his first Federation X match, then had a convincing first defense against Eve Riley. Tonight, he squares off against Stablemate Kieran Crowe, who has been working his way back up the ladder ever since Legacy. Will these two keep it civil for the sake of the team? Sponsor Wars points - 400

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES:

WINNER: Lets just put it in persective from the jump. With a sim lead of 13 to 3 in favor of the champion, this one was over before the Rp judging even started. Still, This was a good match up. Alot of the solid work we've come to expect from Jake Price and a very active Crowe which I personally love to see. Even with the double booking, Crowe put on a good show. Both Price and Crowe did a fine job and it's worth the time to give it a read. As for the Roleplay aspects of it, I give Jake the slighest nod over Crowe.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake Price


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[size=325]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP STREET FIGHT[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Acid Ed and Johnny Rude reached an agreement – Johnny doesn't attack Haley, Ed doesn't attack Eve. The problem is, ever since Eve's personality changes began, arguing with Ed seems to be one of her favorite pastimes. This little festering problem has already erupted in the HATE! Locker room once. Will Ed shut Eve's mouth once and for all tonight? Or will Johnny Rude's future wife take a step towards proving that she's not just another pretty face? Sponsor Wars Points - 200

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 4x Any match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER:When you see the names "Eve Riley" and "Acid Ed" facing each other in a match, you know it's likely to be a MotC contender... that's exactly what we got in this one, as Eve and Ed faced off for Ed's Bloodsport Championship.

The theme of the night was interference, and this match was no different, featuring cameos from Aurora, Brad Rhodes, Johnny Rude, Faith, Shaun Justice, and finally Gilgamesh... ya gotta love Sponsor Wars! Despite all of the interloping, the interactions weren't forced, and wen't along well with the match, which is no easy task. A testament to both the INTers and the competitors.

Right off the bat, Eve does a great job setting the mood of a scorned woman. Teetering somewhere between depression and a desire for revenge, was very believable considering Eve's current storyline. Ed played upon the interesting dynamic, being the man responsible for Eve Riley and Johnny Rude's tiff, and then followed with a classic Acidic prematch interview... and when Ed pulled out the gay Captain America shield, you knew he was serious. Great selling of her teammates from Eve... and then she took the action right to Ed.

This was billed as a street fight, and Ed took it straight out to the streets. When the fighting starts, especially in a brawl, you'd think Ed would have a big advantage, but Eve holds her own and excels in the environment too, getting her best scores of the match in her last two posts. Acid Ed was solid as usual, and did what Acid Ed does best. Beat people up.

With a one point sim lead, and an extra bonus pt, Eve Riley wins a very close match...

Until Gilgamesh snatches defeat from the jaws of victory with a botched last second INT. The Hero plays the role of Goat on this night for Team PBS. Still your Bloodsport Champ, Acid Ed.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=325]BEAT THE CLOCK CHALLENGE[/size]

Match 1:
--v--

Match 2:
--v--

Match 3:
--v--

Match 4:
--v--

DETAILS: This month, Federation X is running a special Beat The Clock Challenge as part of Sponsor Wars. Each week the wrestler with the fastest win will move on to a very special match at the Pay-Per-View. Sponsor Wars Points - 30

RP RULES: Two post minimum – RP on days 2 and 3 only

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: See Beat The Clock details on the Admin board

INT RULES: No INT's

WINNERS (TIME):
Match 1:
Nighthawk: 15:47
Emissary: 26:00

Match 2:
Johnny XS: 11:02
Tekno: 11:46

Match 3:
Shaun Justice: 14:49
Johnny Rude: 23:00

Match 4:
Gilgamesh: 13:08
Nigel Crowley: 22:00

The Beat The Clock Challenge started with a bang! Four good matches, and a Time to beat for the month of 11 minutes, 2 seconds puts Johnny XS into the Finals. My thanks to all of the competitors for working these matches even when the SIM was not kind.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh, Shaun, Johnny XS, Nighthawk


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[size=325]TAG TEAM TABLE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: These two teams wasted no time building a little heat, when Nate and Kayleigh decided to jump Rylan and Kira in the hall earlier this week. Now, the duo from Team Gilgamesh have their chance at revenge, IF they can put both Nate and Kayleigh through tables. Sponsor Wars points - 50

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: SIM each opponent 2x Table match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This match was over as soon as the Sim was done, but I have to say that I enjoyed the work of all four. The Rylan/Kay interaction was well done. I felt like Nate and Kay can be a force in the tag ranks because they had a lotta team chemistry. The only down note was Kira's time restraints which limited her to 3 posts. Rylan put up a valiant effort, but with the sim lead Kay and Nate take this one walking away.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=325]TAG TEAM FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Genocide called in a BIG favor, bringing in The Badass to be his enforcer... and apparently, Haley's bodyguard. I wonder how Haley feels about that? Tonight, they face a tag team that, on paper at least looks hard to beat. Can Swingblade and Battlestone find some chemistry in time to beat two long-time Network Stablemates? Sponsor Wars Points - 50

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: SIM each opponent 2x ANY match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: This was a great match. Most Falls count anywhere matches I've seen end up not going anywhere. This one started with Brad Rhodes jumping Brute(Who is on his own team) and ended up in the ring at the end. There were a lotta great moments in this one from the start. All the angles involving the two teams. Moments that stand out to me come from Rory and Johnny's ring tone was the theme from “The Golden Girls,” or not allowing Stryfe to leave for most the match, or the most disturbing Geno Jobber Haley stuff at the start. I liked The winner of this one by a RAZOR thin margin was Haley and Brute (Editor's note - LDG made the really idiotic mistake of asking Krusher to calculate the SIM scores while she judged the RP. Fresh off a paste eating session, Krusher accidentally inverted Swingblade's SIM score, turning a 2-6 into a 6-2. With that little math mistake corrected, the result is a win for Haley and Baldy. Swingo retains finishing rights).

FINISHING RIGHTS: Swingblade


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[size=325]BONUS BEST OF 3 FALLS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two of our newer stars get to show us their skills in this one. A best of three falls match can easily turn into a test of endurance as well as wrestling skill and athletic ability. So, it should be interesting to see if Aurora's high flying style can overcome Luca's ground-and-pound attack. Sponsor Wars Points - 30

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER:Awesome effort from both competitors, really top notch. However, some of Luca's work won't be able to get rewarded. Eight posts is awesome, but only five can get scored. Also, with four posts on the first day that get scored, a few of his were a little short, which cost him. If I was able to throw out a few and score from later posts, the result might be different, though the winner was never in doubt.

The sims made this match a walk over for Aurora, and consistent effort gives her finishing rights as well.



FINISHING RIGHTS: Aurora Snowe


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[size=325]HARBINGER RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Kashmir made his return to Federation X with a bang, immediately starting a climb up the Harbinger rankings. Can he continue his climb? Will Demonica remember where the arena is? Sponsor Wars Points - 30

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: 4x Standard match type

INT RULES: 1 per team

WINNER: In what I hope to be the easiest points of the month, Michael Kashmir cakewalks to a no-show victory over... well, nobody, since Demonica Vile didn't show up.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kashmir, if he wants them


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[size=325]EXCITEMENT DIVISION MATCH #2[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: How do you start a card off with a bang? How about with two matches, each featuring SIX of Federation X's finest, going at it in 6-man competition – with Sponsor Wars points on the line? These matches should be exciting, to say the least. Sponsor Wars Points - 60

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules – 10 post cap/team. Only one member per team may score 4 posts, the other two may score up to 3 posts each.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: none

INT RULES: No INT

WINNER: This is going to be short and sweet. Good action for the most part, Decent showing by everyone involved most of which were double booked. The winners of this one are Faith, Tekno, & Crowe.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=325]EXCITEMENT DIVISION MATCH #1[/size]

[/IMG]--v--

DETAILS: How do you start a card off with a bang? How about with two matches, each featuring SIX of Federation X's finest, going at it in 6-man competition – with Sponsor Wars points on the line? These matches should be exciting, to say the least. Sponsor Wars Points - 60

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules – 10 post cap/team. Only one member per team may score 4 posts, the other two may score up to 3 posts each.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: none

INT RULES: No INT

WINNERS: STRYFE/BRUTE/KARISSA

FINISHING RIGHTS: STRYFE[/quote]
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:54 pm

Live on Tuesday, April 27th, 2010 from The O2 Arena, in London, England

The POWERBASE presents...
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[size=325]Harbinger Championship Match[/size]



[size=200]I Quit Rules[/size]



DETAILS:

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each time a person posts, a) that is not back to back or b) within three hours from one another, they will receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Submission match type

RESULTS: This week, the Main Event lives up to its billing, This match had it all, action, surprises, guest appearances, and the return of Tekno - although rumor has it that his nose showed up in two matches last week. But mostly, what we had was two very talented writers going toe to toe. Add in the fact that - after a timely INT by Jake Price - the SIM was dead even, and the spotlight turns to the roleplay to determine the winner.

The first thing that struck me in this match was Nigel bringing Shaun to the ring. Doing this - especially doing it early in a match, always impacts a wrestler's score negatively on my card. The fact that Nigel did so for a good reason, and the dynamic it added to the match having Shaun interrupt Nigel's entrance mitigated the point loss somewhat, but it still cost him. On the other side, Nigel handles first person narrative very well, something that always impresses me - mainly because it's so hard to do well. His match action and dialog were crisp and sharp, and you could tell he'd done his due diligence on the research side of things.

The second thing that struck me during this match was that Shaun seemed to uncharacteristically lose focus a couple of times. He had two posts go over 1800 words - one went over 2100. Both of those, and to a lesser extent one other post tended to drift instead of the sharp, crisp prose we usually see from Shaun. All three of those posts had some good content, and showed insight into Shaun as a person, but the way the narrative tended to bog down in those posts offset the content. On the other hand, Shaun's match action was up to his usual standard and his selling of Nigel's character was solid.

All in all, this was a very good read, and my hat is off to both writers. The match is close, the scores are tight, but in a squeaker, Nigel Crowley takes the win and the Harbinger title.

WINNERS: Nigel Crowley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nigel Crowley


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[size=325]Sponsor Wars Captain's Brawl![/size]

vs. vs.
vs.

DETAILS: Finally, after all the talk and hoopla surrounding this match up, we get a preview of what is to come from the very best month of the entire year! This match will put up four of the very best Fed X has to offer, who also just so happen to be Captains, in a showdown to determine the drafting order! Who will emerge victorious in this four-way dance? The question is, who is the mystery FOURTH captain!?!? Wait and see!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up that is not a) back to back or b) three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

INT RULES: No INT

SIM RULES: Sim each other once using any match type.

RESULT: Honestly, I'm really slammed in RL, so no long diatribe on this match. It seemed a little disappointing, but given double/triple bookings all around it's understandable. Jake won sim. Jake won RP. Jake wins first pick. (I say choose SOLO!)

WINNER: Jake Price

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jake Price


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[size=325]Non-Title Pure Wrestling Grudge Match[/size]


DETAILS:
RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post which is not a) back to back or b) three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

RESULT: Due to a dominating sim lead and an extra post that Pariah did not have, Gilgamesh takes this one in a landslide.

WINNER: Gilgamesh

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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[size=325]TV Title Match[/size]



[size=200]Texas Strap Match[/size]


DETAILS:

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For every day a person gets a) a post up that is not back to back or b) a post which occurs three hours between the two, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: INTs Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Hardcore match type

RESULT: Let's get right to it. I loved....LOVED the detail Jake gave of the O2 Arena and surounding areas. Great attention to detail. it was nice to see someone actually use a venue and talk about the details of it. Usually It's never REALLY used. That said, I wasn't quite sure where Jake was going with the meeting he arranged with Shelly only because it really wasn't mentioned or used elsewhere in the match. Not saying it wasn't a good read but I had to wonder what place it had. As For Eve, As Ironic as this might sound, Since I ran one myself..(who wasn't a lesbo to start with)....The lesbian-ish/relationship set up bit with Snowe at the start did nothing for me. It seems to have become more and more common that Almost every female in wrestling is Gay....and I think it's a stereotype that is starting to get WAY overused. Then Again...I am but one person with an opinion that doesn't mean anything in the grand scheme of things. Suffice to say, Both of them had decent openings but nothing that blew my socks off.

Once they get in the ring though the action heats up. Both Opponents get some really good use out of the leather strap and the action by both is solid as usual. To bad this match wasn't closer on sim. As a matter of fact, A solid run in by Shaun Justice (Who made the error of missing Snowe at ringside) only added overkill to the HUGE Sim lead Jake already had. The winner of this match was decided even before the RP portion was judged. However....The matter of finishing rights comes down to one post.....and that one post is the post Jake didn't do. Had Jake done one more solid post he'd have rights to finish the match, Alas he comes up one short leaving Eve Riley with the right to close this one out. Other then that...Good match. Enjoyable read, Excellent work by both of you.

WINNER: Jake Price

FINISHING: Eve Riley


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[size=325]X-Factor Title Match[/size]


[size=200]Three-Way Hell In The Cell
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vs.

DETAILS:

An important note to add here is that, because Johnny XS partner was unable to compete for his tag match, it was decided by The Powerbase to give him this, instead. His hatred for Genocide is legendary, will it be enough to overcome the odds?

(As per Genocide's request, this match starts Monday and goes until Wednesday)

RP RULES: Standard Match Rules, for each day a participant gets a) a post up that is not back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: No INT

SIM RULES: 2x Standard each

RESULT: This one got started early, and for a brief moment in time it was a bit of a struggle for control of the storyline as Geno and Brad battled to see who was going to dominate the situation regarding the cage and its inspection. The outcome was a little.....forced and that didn't help the champion since he was the one who made it happen. It also didn't help him to do a split post between his prematch interview and then jumping right into match action and leaving the middle to be filled in. It wasn't the writing that was bad, but the flow. It was choppy.

XS joined the match late, apparently unaware of the early start, and came close to stepping it up and stealing the match. The lost posts hurt him though, and knocked him out of the running despite some terrific angle enhancement and always superior dialogue work. I shold point out that I enjoyed the weakness of XS, and his exposed cowardice around the cage. It added to the character's depth for the match. Eventually the match started to get an actual flow going on, and all in all it was a good read. Brad had a single post on Day 2 that was a little quick and short, and that hurt him a touch, and Geno had one that he slipped in right after Eve and then backdated to make it work better, and that hurt him a little bit.

I want everyone to know that my opinion is that the match outcome could have been different if XS had hit 2 more posts. I say *could* because it was close enough that they might have been a difference maker. No guarantee though. The man who won was doing some damn fine work of his own.

WINNER: Brad Rhodes

FINISHING RIGHTS: Brad Rhodes


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[size=325]World Heavyweight Tag Title Match[/size]


vs.

DETAILS: The stage was set for the re-match of SBFF and The BFFs. However, due to some complications, Stryfe was not able to appear. This left us a gap in the tag match which needed to be filled. So we decided to pair The Greatest Tag Team In The World...EVVVVER, up against THE MOST DANGEROUS FUCKIN' TAG TEAM EVER...HATE! These four men are no strangers to one another, and the heat for this one should be intense. The question is, will this standard match stay clean? My guess is not.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up which is not a)back to back or b) three hours apart may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: No INT

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

RESULT: Okay, here goes before I get into the match I need to say a few things. I've been playing in E feds for over a decade. In that time I've judged countless RP matches, BRB matches in Fed X and Wrassle. I only point this out to highlight the next statement. That this is the best match I have EVER read. The fact that these four men were double and in some cases more then just makes me wonder what this match could have been.

I know all these guys very well, and been in matches with them. In fact they are some of my favorite to RP with or feud with. They all get it, and show that in every post in this match. I could sit here and get into the tings that don't work in the match. Like Geno calling Alan “Kid” a lot in his per match post, or Trauma to this point seemed tacked on. Johnny's moment of clarity seemed a little easy, but there are reasons for all of those things. Geno's use of “kid” is a choice, Trauma just came out at the end of the last post of the match. I never have seen a well set up moment of clarity. Not to mention this is nitpicking.

This was a GREAT match. It starts with the tone that is set in the first post from Rude, and you can see that these are four man who are very hard, and complex. The friendship/mentor angle that Ed and Rude have was well set up, and in a way mirrors the Geno/Alan team.

Geno and Rude showed their humanity. Something that gets lost from time to time in the “Shock and Awe and douchebaggery”. Not that they aren't important they are, but the change of pace is nice as well The mood going in was somber and serious, and it worked. The history and bad blood was touched on without dwelling. The match action was well written and well paced. Even the ref bump I liked. At the end you could see some losing steam, but still this is the best match I have read from these four in a long time

So who won and why? HATE won! Ending the run of SBFF. The sim was the real deciding factor here, and the fact that Rude capped out. No need to hang your head SBFF. In the Rematch I'm sure will come you can very well take the belts back. I am sorry if your wanting a “breakdown,” but the fact is I KNOW how good you are and I hope you know it as well.

WINNER: HATE!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny Rude

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[size=320]3rd Man In Contract Ladder Match[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Luca Brassi has been having a bit of a tough streak as of late. Kieran Crowe returns to us after a long hiatus looking to prove himself. Since both of these warriors have been seeing dark days, we have decided to give ONE of them a title shot. However....they have to claim it by climbing a ladder and taking the suitcase which dangles high above. The first person to reach the suitcase wins. The title shot can be redeemed at any card, but must be done so 24 hours before the card is scheduled to be booked.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a) a post that is not back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: INT allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Ladder

RESULT:
This match was a little bit different than the norm, with a couple of twists I didn't see coming. It starts as the classic speed vs. power confrontation but quickly begins changing into something completely different. From the British police coming out in the middle of the match to arrest Weedie for drug possession to Crowe and Gates fighting off the police together, this match was full of surprises. What it wasn't full of was suspense, as Crowe grabs a 4 point SIM lead and never looks back. Nice job on the RP by both men (their final scores were less than a point different), giving Kieran Crowe the win and the 3rd Man In contract.

WINNERS: Kieran Crowe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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[size=325]Old Blood, Bad Blood
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vs.

DETAILS: The history between Rylan Hearn and Johnny B. Rude has spanned across two federations. They've shed one another's blood in countless backstage brawls across the world and have verbally torn each other apart on the mic. Now finally, this old grudge gets to be settled once and for all. And since we're talking about blood, this one will be a First Blood Match.


RP RULES:
Standard match rules. For each day a person a) gets a post up which is not a) back to back or b) three hours apart, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: 4x First Blood
The AntiChrist Superstar vs Icy-Grey Orbs... this one had been hyped for the better part of a month, but the hype, much like the match itself, kind of fizzled out. Johnny Rude's replacement of himself with Vulgar essentially killed the rest of the HEAT that this match had going.

Johnny Rude got a big sim lead, but squandered it by only getting two posts up... not a surprise considering the triple booking the Rudeness was booked with. In the end, Rylan's solid work is enough to win this one for the icy-grey orbs.
WINNER: Rylan Hearn

FINISHING RIGHTS:
Rylan Hearn


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[size=325]Femme Fatale Three-Way!!![/size]

vs. vs.


DETAILS:
New comer Aurora Snowe has something to prove. Kira wants to prove to the world that The Powerbase really is out to get her. Demoncia Vile wants to prove that she really is the same Night bringer who won the BRB years ago. Tonight, they all get their chance in a three way dance!!!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a) a post that is not back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE:
VonBraun

INT RULES:


SIM RULES: 4x Standard
[b]Again, got a bunch of stuff going on, so no big details. Demonica disappears after day one.She also doesn't sim. Kira had RL problems and gets most of her posts in on the last day. Aurora rolled with it all and held the match together. Could have been a really good match if Kira had been able to fully participate.
WINNER:
Aurora Snow

FINISHING RIGHTS:
Aurora Snow


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[size=325]The Return Match[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Haley has been away for some time after having her memory wiped and being reduced to a mere brain washed zombie HOT Girl. Mandy returns to us after a long vacation and is looking for action. Will she get what she wants against Haley, or has zombie-like enslavement to an old, cowl wearing man worn her down beyond repair? Find out!

RP RULES:
Standard Match Rules. For each day a player gets a) a post up which is not back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, they may receive an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES:

INT RULES:

WINNER: Haley had no opponent, but managed to get three posts up despite this. This gives her the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley


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[size=325]Card Opener![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Ov Terror was one of The Federation X Originals. He was once known as one of the great names of the company. Now however, he has grown fat and lazy in the wake of his series of impressive X-Factor Rankings Matches against Haley. So, in order to show the man up, we've placed him against his greatest opponent yet: Motivation! If Ov Terror can overcome Motivation and show up at the arena, he will win this brawl!

RP RULES:


RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: NONE

INT RULES: NONE

WINNER: NONE

FINISHING RIGHTS: none
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 10:56 pm

Live on Tuesday, April 13th, from The Royal Dublin Society in Dublin, Ireland...

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]The Main Event[/size]



[size=325]X-Factor Championship Match[/size]

vs.

[size=150]
Special Guest Referee:

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DETAILS: Eve Riley has been rather busy with this new change of attitude. That said, she has been doing her best to try and keep it from certain key people, people such as one Genocide. The history of Eve Riley and Genocide has been tumultuous at best. They've been friends, they've been enemies, and now they're facing off once again for the biggest prize our company has to offer, The X-Factor Title. In order to spice things up a bit, we'll make this a submission only match. This means that victory can only be obtained by making your opponent say, "I Quit" or tap via a submission hold. Will The Teen Beauty dethrone our reigning champion? Or will Genocide put his Machiavellian mind to work and outmaneuver his opponent once again? To make sure everything is called down the middle, we have added special guest referee Jake Price to the match!


RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up that is a) not back to back or b) three hours apart from the first, they will receive a bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: No Int

SIM RULES: 4x Standard. Special Guest Referees get 2 matches which they can sim any way they choose to effect the outcome of the match.

RESULTS: Hmmm..How do I start this off? Oh! I got it. *Falls to his knees and bows repeatedly* I'm Not Worthy! I'm Not Worthy! Now for the serious side of things. That was perhaps one of the best matches I've read since returning to Fed X and resuming judging duties. It had it all, Drama, Comedy, action, and betrayal. It starts off innocently enough with Eve going to see the guest ref Jake Price about ending Genocide's career. Geno on the other hand is trying to figure out how to use Eve's odd behavior to his advantage before paying a visit to Price himself. Upon arrival he's welcomed by Eve who has no issue telling Geno she wants to break his neck.

After the meeting Eve makes Geno and offer. His career Vs Eve's Body on the line. If Geno wins, He gets to have Sex with Eve...and HALEY! I didn't know Eve could be so dirty. Nor did Geno till she kissed him. Geno quickly runs back to Haley and tells her. Needless to say Haley is upset about the sex and the kiss. Geno saves his manhood quickly by telling Haley kissing Eve was "Icky". Elsewhere, It seems Inferno's promise to take a soul turns out not to be the bluff Geno thought it was as Pariah takes Malice back into service for Legion. So Eve is in the ring, Geno is ranting on about How Chance isn't much into Eve because he has something Eve doesn't, A penis. Meanwhile, In the rafters, Pariah and Malice watch and wait for an opening. They are not the only interested party though as Brad Rhodes joins Hank and John.

Now everything is ready but we have no Ref. Of course this doesn't stop Eve from kicking Geno in the babymaker and thus the mayhem begins. During the insuing violence, We find out that backstage, Shaun Justice has taken out Alan Scott. Perhaps that is why he fails to come to the rescue when Pariah and Mailce drop from the rafters. The big suprise to me comes when Brad springs into action. Climbing in the ring to protect Genocide and Haley. Everyone knows the Legion M.O. So Brad plays hero (WELL) and stays behind to fend off the attack so Geno and Haley can escape. (Kudos to Brad for a couple excellent posts here and furthering his story with Geno.) I could go on but I will stop here. However I will leave you with a parting shot. READ this match. The Betrayal you never thought you'd see and the turn of events with the "Soul owed" is very compelling to read. Eve did an excellent job all the way around and she gave Genocide a real run for his money. In RP they were dead even till Eve's dual bombshells which made it VERY close. Still, it wasn't enough overcome a 4 point sim lead Geno had.

WINNERS: Genocide

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=200]The Return of Excitement![/size]



[size=325]Six-Man Tag Mayhem![/size]



vs


DETAILS: On the surface, it seems as though these six men have little in common. It should also be noted that these teams were generated by The Powerbase, because it is believed these six competitors were the best choices for the return of The Excitement. As you'll notice, this is not an ordinary match of this type, as we have teams of six instead of two teams of two. No special gimmicks in this one, just two teams and one set of belts. Tension mounts between the team mates of both teams, making one wonder if they can work together at all? We shall soon see.

RP RULES: 10 post cap per team, only one person per team can score 4 posts. Everyone else is limited to 3. For every day a player gets a post up that is not a) back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, they get an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

INT RULES: None

SIM RULES: None

RESULT: This match was just sad. The fist post set the tone when Luca Brassi Marcelus Kevin Gates shot Nighthawk in the chest with a Musketoon full of nails. I've made it pretty clear that when you're in a match judged by me you're going to get very low score for any post featuring ridiculously over the top violence. Shooting someone at point blank range goes right past that line by about a google. The rest of the players rolled with it. Nighthawk, may be dead. Rude and Shaun are pissed as that is no way for Nighthawk to die (when they wanted to do it). Even Rhodes is appalled. Gilgamesh makes an appearance and hits Gates with a wrench and puts him through a wall. Gates takes 2 aspirin and is fine. He enters the ring and disappears from the match. Nighthawk has a back up for his back up, but everyone thinks The Shepherd has magically recovered. Rude and Brad have their own match and never make it to the ring.

This was a cluster of epic proportions.

In the end, it came down to the fact that Mandy never showed. Nighthawk and Rhodes did a good job selling what they were given and getting 10 posts up without Mandy. But a no show is an automatic loss. (And I have tell you the RP scores were close given the LOW scores that Gates got).

In case anyone is wondering, I hated this match.

WINNER: Rude, Justice and Gates

FINISHING RIGHTS: Brad Rhodes


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[size=200]Bloodsport Title Match[/size]



vs. vs.

DETAILS: It's a Talent Nazi Reunion, although, probably not the one that Johnny XS has hoped for. Acid Ed has taken exception to how his former friend has been acting as of late, so it is time to see if this once feared tag team can pull it together, or will they let Stryfe be the rift which tears them apart? Since Kira is all about fighting evil now, and there are no men more wicked than these two, it will be a joy to see if she can overcome the odds. This match will be a first blood match.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up that is a) not back to back or b) three hours apart from the first, they will receive a bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Int Allowed

SIM RULES: 2x First Blood v each opponent.

RESULT: This was a solid match. Kira had a tough timr of it was she was facing two well known people in the game, and at the start seemed a bit nervous. Another thing that hurt the match was the 2 on 1 aspect. That makes it hard to create drama, or be compeling. It was made up well by some lighter moments like Kira's Arey looking to be paid, and the difference between REAL Nazi's and the TALENT ones. That said when the dust clears we have a new BS champ as Kira overcame the odds!

WINNER: Kira

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed


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[size=200]WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP CELEBRATION![/size]




DETAILS: According to the Powerbase, Team SBFF have broken the record as the longest reigning World Tag Team Champions of all time, and they are being brought down to the ring for a very special ceremony in which they will, unequivocally, be recognized as the greatest tag team in the world...............[size=150]evvvvvv[/size][size=200]vvvvvvvvvvvv[/size][size=250]vver[/size].

It will be a celebration of epic proportions for the team that took on anyone and everyone on their rise to greatness!

Won't it?


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[size=325]Grudge Match[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Despair has had a major bone to pick with The Eternal Hero for some time. All month, these two have gone back and forth with one another. It is about time the two warriors battled their differences out. To add more bad blood to shark infested waters, we've allowed each man to bring their tag partners to ringside. That means Pariah will be ringside around the same time as the very man he stabbed not long ago, NightHawk. Needless to say, I think this one could be a real bloodbath. To make matters more interesting, each man outside the ring will have a towel. The only way a wrestler can win is if they get their opponent's partner to throw in that towel. The winner will get to name PPV stipulations for the loser's match.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up that is a) not back to back or b) three hours apart from the first, they will receive a bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: INT allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard

RESULT: Considering the history between the former Stan Daniels, and the Eternal Hero, this match had a lot going for it. It was a good read, but it didn't quite deliver. A big sim lead and an extra post is enough to win what I hope isn't the end of this feud

WINNER: Gilgamesh

FINISHING: Gilgamesh


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[size=325]Best Of Three Falls!!![/size]

vs.
[size=150]Special Guest Referee:[/size]

DETAILS: Where do Angelica's loyalties lie? That is the big question here, folks. The Dark Knight has pressed the matter, trying to corner The Queen of Extreme into making a decision. On the outside, one should think that her position as RAGE would mean that her feet lie planted firmly in LEGION's camp. However, she does have history with The Dark Knight, and that may be the telling difference. This is a Best of Three Falls match, and it heralds the return of DeeK to in-ring competition. To keep things fair, we've added a...third side to the match. A man who believes in his own brand of justice, Emissary will be the one calling the shots.

RP RULES: Standard Match Rules. For each day a person gets a) a post that is not back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, a bonus point will be added.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Standard, special guest ref may sim up to two matches to effect the outcome of the match, if he or she chooses.

RESULT: The match starts off with a decent post by Angelica, but really picks up when The Dark Knight enters the match. Angelica’s follow up does much to explain her state of mind going into this match and what she expects of it. The match action is what really shines here, as both writers show us that this is one of their strongest suits. I felt as though DeeK’s selling was overall better, his match action a little tighter than Angelica’s. At least in the first few posts. When it comes down to the last, Angelica shines more than DeeK is able. Although why, in the early match, no one made full use of Emissary as special guest referee is beyond me. If anyone can stir a pot, it’s him.

In the end, in a close match, Angelica wins on sim, but The Dark Knight takes finishing rights.

WINNER: Angelica

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Dark Knight


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[size=325]Mixed Tag Extravaganza!!!![/size]

vs.

[size=150]

Special Guest Referee:
[/size]

DETAILS: This match sees two performers who are well known paired up with two other performers who are not so well known. The outcome? We will have to see and find out. Rylan Hearn and Metal have impressed with their first showings, but one has to wonder just what has happened to them as of late. Perhaps their partners, Pariah and Stryfe respectively, can help drive them out of the funk? To further motivate everyone involved, we have decided to drag in a guy who hates just about everyone in this match. He is none other than Johnny B. Rude. Surely, he'll keep everything fair, right!?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up that is a) not back to back or b) three hours apart from the first, they will receive a bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 2x standard vs. each, special guest ref may sim up to two matches to effect the outcome of the match, if he or she chooses.

RESULT: This one was pretty much a two man show. and they pretty much had a very entertaining match. That is not meant as a slight to Johnny Rude or Metal as they added to the overall match, but most the match was centered on Pariah/Jason Storm and Stryfe. I have to say this was the best Mixed tag I've seen. The sad fact that Rylan never showed and Metal was bogged down again was the only things I saw wrong in the match....


WINNER: Stryfe/Metal

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=325]Card Opener Submission Match[/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Emissary is The Legacy To Be. He is also fresh off a win from The Titan of Talk, Rylan Hearn. One has to wonder, though, if he can keep this streak up. So we put him up against newcomer to the fed, The self-proclaimed Last Good Man of Wrestling, Nigel Crowley. Will The Uncrowned Prince trample another foe on his quest for greatness, or will Mr. Clean Cut be the brick wall he can't plow through?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up that is a) not back to back or b) three hours apart from the first, they will receive a bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Submission

RESULT: This match doesn't waste any time getting started, with each man making his entrance in his first post. The action is very well done from both sides, and the story line - which I half expected to suffer due to the lack of backstage buildup - is solid. Neither man is familiar with the other at the outset of the match, and on the surface, their views on life seem to roughly coincide. As the match progresses, however, Nigel's eyes are opened concerning the character of his opponent. A run-in by Shaun Justice pushes the story along, adding a twist which both men handle well.

Both Emissary and Nigel turn in solid performances, and the RP lead bounced back and forth with Nigel taking an early lead but Emissary battling his way back later in the match. Unfortunately for Emo, the SIM smiled on Nigel, who took a one point lead into the RP scoring despite an INT by Shaun. Emo's strong effort is a valiant one, but not enough to overtake Nigel, who also turned out a solid RP effort.

WINNERS: Nigel Crowley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Emissary
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:02 pm

Live on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 from Madison Square Garden in New York, New York

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL FINAL ROUND!!![/size]

[size=325]The Tower of Doom!!![/size]
vs.

DETAILS: The Legacy Invitational has been quite a ride so far, hasn't it? In the end though, much like in Highlander, there can be only one. A lot of debate and deliberation came into what the final match type would be. In this match, we see one of Federation X's most celebrated tag teams coming into conflict with one of its newest and fastest rising, The BFFs. We needed something BIG for these two COLOSSAL teams who have earned their way to the finals. Win, lose, or draw, these two groups represent the pinnacle of tag team achievement. All of this said, why not reward them by giving them the most brutal match Federation X has to offer? So it is then, that we are proud to re-introduce The Tower of Doom! Yes ladies and gentlemen, the very tower which took a man's life in The King of The Cage Finals is back! It took a lot of doing form our legal team on this one, so I hope our teams make it worth while! What is The Tower of Doom, you ask? It is a three tier cage. The first cage is the smallest, standing at the top of the structure. This one is electrified. The floor of this cage has the hatch one must open to get into the second cage. This one is medium sized, but it is full of weapons which one can used to harm your opponent. The bottom cage is the largest, think Hell In The Cell style, and certainly the most dangerous. The Object is to climb to the top of the cage and then back down again. First team to exit the cage after the climb will be our LEGACY INVITATIONAL CHAMPIONS!


RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Maverick and Genocide w/ Krusher to break all ties

INT RULES: None

SIM RULES: None

Maverick: So, After finishing the Legacy final I have to say that this was NOT the match I had expected from the two teams involved. To be blunt, What should have been the BEST match of the entire event turned into a bonafide CLUSTER. I was with the match from the start thinking about how good this was going to be....UNTIL.....The "Chemical" comes into play. While I'm all for others getting involved and giving people things to work with, I'm in perfect alignment with VonBraun about something I can believe and something that is just too over the top. I'm willing to suspend belief as alot of questionable things do tend to happen. A little bending is ok, But when your match starts reading like 28 Weeks Later Or Night Of the Living Dead...You lost me. When a full blown riot of epic proportions is happening in the arena, The match stops holding any meaning. To me, that killed the entire thing. I found myself asking "Why would the PB still have this match in progress, Why do we still have an announce team...cracking jokes no less, Why isn't someone trying to regain control?" When the cage meant to add spice to the match as a Roleplay tool becomes a safe haven from rioting, infected fans, the match is over. Too many questions, No answers, and too much focus lost.

Now While I've crucified the entire match overall, There were still some bright spots. There are enough comedic moments that allowed me to laugh out loud rather then sigh from all the other nonsense. In fact, everyone involved got on the comedy train a few times which was a suprise coming from the Hero's. I was stunned when Nighthawk brought in Static, XS's former partner and current stalker. Nighthawk's subtle fun at Static's balls stuck in the side of the cage was also priceless not to mention Gil's conversation with Stryfe about poking Static's balls back through the mesh. I was almost in tears reading that. When it comes to comedy though XS is a master. When he strapped his baby son to his stomach and came to the ring I was almost on the floor. He's also a master at selling Acid Ed.....But....he SUCKS at selling Nighthawk. He can almost sell Ed better then Ed but Nighthawk felt like a one line robot. "I must stop evil". Thankfully, His partner made up for it with some excellent rp. Stryfe was hitting on all cylinders mixing a serious match with a comedic flare when needed.

Despite the mess this match became, Despite the living dead/infected rioting fans and despite the bits of no sell here and there. Everyone put forth a good effort...However...only one team can win. In the end, this tourney was about teamwork and teamwork is what gets the win on this night from me. As strange as it is for me to say, While Hawk and Gil meshed like a perfect unit to start the tourney, They seemed a bit "Disjointed" this time around. The flow they've shared seemed riddled with bumps this week while Stryfe and XS continued the roll they started during week one.

That said, My vote goes to Team BFF, Stryfe and Johnny XS

Genocide: Coming into this match, considering the talent involved, I was excited to read it, and honored to judge it... and more than a little intimidated at the prospect, still relatively new to judging. At the end though, this match left me a little unfulifilled. It was the match that could've been, but wasn't quite. Not to say it was a bad match, not by any means... but I know it had the potential to be much better.

One person had their fingerprints all over this match from the word go... but considering that he wasn't actually a part of this match, that may not be a good thing. We saw a little too much Shock and Awe from Johnny Rude, in my opinion. I know that interaction is what the game is all about, and interlopers are encouraged, but considering the importance of the event and the players involved, I would've preferred to let them handle it a little more among themselves.

I liked Static... always have... he seemed a little forced and cartoonish in this one... although, it's hard not to smile at the thought of Static getting his balls stuck in a fence. I enjoyed the play between XS's baby-mommas and Little Johnny, as well the work of Eve Riley and Pariah, who both added important elements to the story.

As you'd expect, the chemistry between the two teams was great. I really enjoy the love/hate relationship between XS and Stryfe, and this match was no different. NightHawk and Gilgamesh were just a little better, though.

In another match, against different opponents, Gilgamesh and NightHawk's excellent chemistry and great writing could've overcome a post left on the table.

Not against Stryfe and Johnny XS, though. An average tenth post would've sealed a win for the Heroes, but it doesn't come.

WINNERS: THE BFFs

FINISHING RIGHTS: The BFFs


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[size=200]Television Title Match!![/size]



[size=325]THREE PITS OF HELL!!![/size] vs.

DETAILS: Kira and Moxie have known each other for some time. From what we can tell, most of that history is drenched in BAD BLOOD. It has all come to a head though, as Kira chose to deflower the Calgary Hellcat. So what did Moxie do after? She turned to the dark side and joined The Antichrist Superstar. Now she has to face off against her rival in a new match type. This is called The Three Pits of Hell. The ring is surrounded by a pit of sorts. One has thumbtacks in it, another bricks wrapped barbed wire, and the final one has glass in it. The first woman to throw her opponent into each one is the winner. One has to wonder though, what Kira's forced ban on Swingblade and Rude will effect the outcome of this one?

RP RULES: For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: 4x any match type

RESULT: In the early match, I felt as though it was all Moxie. The way she set the tone for the fight, and establishing some interesting seeds to be used later was great. Kira does well in putting her opponent over, but it is when the match starts that the tide begins to turn. Kira is in control in the beginning, but Moxie takes it back with an excellent twist(The ring posts exploding, surprised me.) Kira misses the next post(which Moxie does not), and that disappoints me. With every post from both competitors, I’m left wanting more. A small criticism of Moxie would be that she may have beat on Kira a bit too much, but she did allow for a point where both wrestlers rested, and I liked that. It helps the pacing in the action, and for those of you who have read my Action category, pacing is important. Kira continues the action, but I was a little confused by her post at first. Her rivalry with Moxie was so heated and brutal that she snuck into the girl’s hospital room and took her virginity. Why now, when she was so focused before, did she abandon her crusade to retrieve her shirt from a kid? In my mind, I would have thought Kira would have continued her war, topless or not. This doesn’t effect scoring so much as it had me questioning the action. A nice close to the post though, she finished it with something that even made ME cringe! Her dialogue was spot on, I think, in that I could see Moxie responding the way she did. Moxie takes a hit in points next, as I’m just not convinced that Kira would care what happened to Kika, at least if Kika Moon’s entry post was any indication.

Kira continued, drawing in another roster member into the story, and tries to re-gain control by having her undo some of Moxie’s machinations. I like it. Then a mystery interloper comes in, clotheslines Moxie, and drops her hood to reveal….Linsy Punk? Ahm…who? Right, well, it makes sense within the context of the story in that this is a Bloody Moon power struggle/internal war, but I would have rather seen a fed member used for maximum interaction. That said, no points were taken away from this, as this makes LOGICAL sense match-wise. While I think Eve could have overcome the sniper…I don’t see it happening the way it did. So it is then that we see Kira continuing from herself. A nice dialogue moment from Kira really sounds like something you’d hear in an epic movie, so I liked that. This was probably one of her most highly scored posts, as it felt like the climax of a WAR, which is what we saw here.

So, now it comes down to points…

And Moxie comes out the winner in this one, but just barely.

I think this one isn’t done yet, folks.

WINNER:
Moxie

FINISHING RIGHTS: Moxie


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[size=200]Bloodsport Title Match!![/size]



[size=325]Falls Count Anywhere Grudge Match![/size]
vs.

DETAILS: Saint started out as the hapless victim in this feud. Used as a mere means to an end in a war he wanted no part of, Saint was the victim. Things change though, and throughout the month we find a man struggling to decide who he will be, what side he will choose, if he chose one at all. Johnny Rude has ever been the manipulator, trying desperately to get Saint exactly where he wants him. To what purpose? We hopefully will find out tonight as the two face off in a Falls Count Anywhere match for The Bloodsport Title! Will Saint overcome the odds and defeat his enemy or will Rude's dark machinations come to fruition?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: INTs allowed

SIM RULES: 4x any

RESULT: I would like to throw this match out. The two men booked for it are capable of giving us all so much more than they have that I just don't think I should have to declare a winner in a match where nothing really happened until the last day of the card. That said, both men posted twice and both men did their SIMs, so I guess I have to hand over a result. First, good work by Metal to get involved. If the match allowed me to give YOU the win, I might. But I'm a douchebag like that. Just ask Max. I found Saint's posts a little short and while I like Shock and Awe only about half as much as Rude does, what I really wanted to see was something approaching an actual match. That said, the sim gave Saint a 5 points lead, which means even though his posts scored higher, they weren't enough to turn this thing around for Rude.

Bigger question for me: will the rematch be Saint v Rude II or Saint v Metal?

WINNER: Saint

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny B Rude


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[size=200]X-Factor Championship Match![/size]



[size=325]Street Fight For The X-Factor![/size]
vs.

DETAILS: Genocide had been given the task to choose his opponent for the pay per view. Needless to say, the man went through his list of contenders thoroughly. Having edged by Acid Ed and newcomer Brad Rhodes, what more could be expected of our esteemed champion? He's decided to place the nail in the coffin that is his feud with one Nate Daniels. Still sore over the swerving and not satisfied with what he orchestrated before, Genocide has decided to put life and limb at risk and good old fashion street fight! Will Nate Daniels pull an upset and dethrone his rival? Or will this be the last we ever see of The Seriously Sexy Superstar?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Cedrick Caesar

INT RULES: INT allowed.

SIM RULES: 4x any match type

RESULT: RESULT:
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Bwahahaha! Ok ok, I figured I would do the abbreviated version but I just couldn't do it. For a match that pitted Genocide against a man who doesn't show this one is full of action. Brad starts strong with the taking out of Nate and pitting himself against Geno in a match, that if he loses he can never again challenge for the title as long as Genocide holds it.. per Geno's agreeing to have the match with him in the first damm place.

With the first 'match' going on (the countout of Nate) the second kicks in. Geno's multitasking skills aren't his strong suit however as Brad TAKES the belt and makes off with it... ONLY to be taken out by the Number One contender for the title.. Acid Ed. With the belt.. and beer in hand Ed kicks back and watches as No Leaf Clover make their presence felt. This appearance isn't the same as most from the stable.. an entrance on crutches just doesn't have the same zing to it. Gates takes a beating to start it.. but with the appearance of Metal things start getting even MORE interesting..

This one has No Leaf Clover.. Brad Rhodes.. Alan Scott.. Acid Ed.. Haley.. Johnny Rude.. the kitchen sink.. The only thing it doesn't have is Nate Daniels coming to ringside..

Real results? Geno wins via Countout over Nate Daniels... Brad is NOT barred from fighting Genocide for the title later on down the road..... seeing as how THAT match never officially got underway. No Leaf Clover shakes things up.. but what I want to see is.. the champ getting his belt back from Acid Ed..

Go get the belt Geno.. you do have finishing after all.

WINNER: Genocide

FINISHING: Genocide


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[size=200]Superstar Title Match[/size]



[size=325]Rage in The Cage!![/size]
vs.

DETAILS: Stryfe has been our Superstar champion for some time. However, The Legacy invitational has kept him quite busy. This means that The Superstar Division as a whole has not had a huge amount of activity. Since he did not choose an opponent, The Powerbase has issued him one. We believe it's a fair one, as newcomer Brad Rhodes has been desperate to prove himself. While he does have his eyes set on The X-Factor, one has to wonder if Mr. Ratings will make use of this opportunity and show his Network comrades just what he's made of? Standard cage rules, first man to escape wins.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: VonBraun

INT RULES: No INT

SIM RULES: None

RESULT:

WINNER:

FINISHING RIGHTS:


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[size=200]World Tag Team Championship![/size]



[size=325]Wildcard Tag Team Match![/size]

vs. [size=150]?????[/size]

DETAILS: Team SBFF once again sets out to prove they are the greatest tag team.........EVVVVVVVVEEEEEEEEER. After defeating The Universe and The World, what more can they do? Why, take on a mystery opponent! Their opponents shall be none other than the winners of the tag team rumble held later tonight!!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Cedrick Caesar

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: 2x Standard each

RESULT: Team SBFF defeat Team SBFF in their toughest challenge yet.

WINNER: Team SBFF

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=200]Harbinger Championship!![/size]



[size=325]Ladder Match For The Title![/size]

vs.

DETAILS: Despair and Amp have been somewhat quiet lately. Will the chance for some gold(and pleather!) be enough to rouse them into action?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For every time a player gets a post up that is not a) back to back or b) within three hours of his last, he gets a bonus point

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: No INT

SIM RULES: 4x Ladder

RESULT: Despair wins from a no-showing opponent, but what interests me more is the interference of Gilgamesh. Could a feud be on the horizon? Let's hope s!

WINNERS: Despair

FINISHING RIGHTS: Despair


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[size=200]Burning Man Match![/size]

vs.[/img]

DETAILS: What do Max Entropy and Carnage have in common? They're both One World Champions, of course. More than that though, they are forces to be feared in the ring who haven't lived up to their potential. How do we change this? By surrounding them in fire, of course! Ahahahahahaha! *ahem* Anyway, the first man to get set ablaze LOSES!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day a player gets a post up which is a) Not back to back or b) Within three hours of each other, they may earn an additional bonus point

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: INT Allowed

SIM RULES: 4x Any

RESULT: Carnage wins on default as Max resigns.

WINNER: Carnage

FINISHING RIGHTS: Carnage


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[size=200]Television Title Contract Match![/size]



[size=325]Best of Three Falls![/size]

vs.


DETAILS: What do these two have in common? Hell, what DON'T they have in common!? Exactly. I knew you would see it my way. So, they just so happen to be close to one another in the Television Title Rankings. So, we've decided to give them at a shot at whoever our champion shall be. This is a best of three falls match, meaning that whoever gets to three falls first, wins!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For every day a player gets a post up that is not a) back to back or b) three hours apart from one another, they get an additional bonus point.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: No INT

SIM RULES: 4x Any

RESULT: An injury puts Swingblade on the shelf and gives this win to Angelica.

WINNER: Angelica

FINISHING RIGHTS: Angelica
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:08 pm

Live on Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 from THE VERIZON CENTER in Washington, D.C....

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]TV CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

[size=325]TRIPLE THREAT FINALS[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: A rumble narrowed this field down to the final 3, and it is a damn good sign for the company that it is comprised of three of its newer acquisitions. This match is the one that set the tone for the night, as we will see a host of triple threat matches throughout the night, and they will all fight (*almost) within the very constrictive rules of the PURE WRESTLING DIVISION. After seeing weeks of the Legacy's influence in some of the most dangerous matches that have ever been booked, we've chosen The District as the place to lay down some law and order!

For what Pure Wrestling means, read here: http://www.lordnoron.com/fedx/Pure.Wrestling.php?prim_id=0

Somebody is going to walk out the newly crowned TV Champion.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: No int.

SIM RULES: Sim 2x submission, iron man or standard versus each opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: This was an entertaining match that seemingly was cursed by RL issues and double-booking. The writing that made it to the board was well-done, but I'd have loved to see more interaction. And by that I mean that Moxie had to leave the match about the time Kira showed up, which limited their ability to play off of each other. But life happens to all of us at times. Now, that said, on to the result. Kira took a 2 point SIM lead into the RP and widened the gap a bit, holding off a strong charge by Moxie. Swingo go buried by the SIM but still showed up and did an admirable job on the board, but he just couldn't make up the huge lead Kira held.

WINNER: Kira

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kira


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[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT SEMI FINAL[/size]



[size=325]PURE WRESTLING CHALLENGE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: We change gears in a big way as we head into the semi-finals of wrestling's greatest tag team tournament..............ever. After a strong showing last week Second Coming push through Aggravated Assault and are on a direct collision course with the number two seeds in the event; The BFFs! Johnny XS and Stryfe are seemingly never on the same page these days, and yet they look nearly unstoppable right now. But XS has a bag of tricks and it relies largely on getting away with some underhanded tactics! What will he do in a match that has a standard referee, and three Powerbase members assigned to ringside to ensure that the Pure Wrestling rules are enforced? Not to be outdone, Carnage and Emissary are very comfortable in matches without rules, as evidenced by their recent win, where men were set on fire! Can they get back to the purity of wrestling and still be the team to beat in this round?

We're about to find out!

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and no more than 6 posts will be scored for any team member. Anti-cluster rules are in effect.

RP JUDGE: Grayson & Krusher, with Psycho Mantis assigned to break any ties.

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT:

KRUSHER This is one of those matches we were hoping for when we set this tournament up. Four great writers doing what they do best - and all four looked to be in pretty good form as the match kicked off. All four brought a good idea for a story line into the match, and all four did a good job of twisting those elements together to form a cohesive story.

All four writers really did an excellent job of keeping the story moving along and introducing little nuances to keep me interested, and all four did a good job of juggling all the various elements introduced by the other three. I thought both teams showed excellent chemistry and that intricate knowledge of each other that is a hallmark of great tag teams.

In the end, on my scorecard the difference in the match wasn't one or the other writer's weaknesses showing through. In a match filled with great writing, Johnny and Stryfe edged out in front early on, setting up their story line just a bit more solidly I thought than did Emissary and Carnage. A great push toward the end by Second Coming narrowed the gap but not enough to overtake the winners.

GRAYSON Let me just start off by saying that his is the kind of match-up that really should be in the semi-finals of any great tournament. I think before we get into it, we need to all tip our caps to Second Coming for having the class to extend the match so that Stryfe, a notoriously talented player, could be fully competitive in this match. It would have been easy to stick to the schedule, and leave the BFFs hanging. Good move.

Now, I did feel like there was some sloppy selling that took place in this match, most notably by EVERYONE in regards to the nature of the match. I think the idea of a Pure Wrestling challenge was lost on everyone at some point, and certainly people didn't go and look into the Pure Wrestling rules on the SIM site to make sure they understood the format for roleplay purposes. Guys were leaving the ring and engaging in openly sketchy behavior right from the start of this match, which i found disappointing. Outside of that though, most of the selling that went on was tight and spot on. Dialogue was strong as well, and in most of the posts I couldn't tell the difference between the person writing the post and the person who's character it actually was.

Not every angle that was pressed forward in this match made a lot of sense to me, and I think sometimes they came off as a little bit forced. I did think that there was a big opportunity for the parties involved to be selling more aches and pains and injuries following their matches last week. I think that when it comes down to my final decision, I would say that everyone who was in this match did a good job. That said, Stryfe and Emissary were better than XS and Carnage in my opinion. I felt like they did a better job of selling their partners, nailing the dialogue, and progressing the match angles. When the match was over I felt confident that I knew who the winners were, but I did have some trouble deciding which of them would get finishing rights. Their efforts were solid. The edge went over to Emissary because he didn't have as many posts as Stryfe did that lacked action (a by-product of getting a lot of stuff up before the match really got going.) In the end, the deciding factor for me was that I really felt like XS & Stryfe were in a groove more than Emissary & Carnage. Emo & Carnage were good, but their style in this match wasn't fluid and I didn't feel like they were progressing on the same page as much this round as I did last round. It didn't stop them from being good, but it did stop them from being great. That was the difference for me.

In the end though, well done job all around.

WINNERS: The BFFs

FINISHING RIGHTS: Emissary.


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[size=200]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=325]TRIPLE THREAT MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: I don't even know if Pure Wrestling is possible with these three men going into the ring together. Geno once again uses his Powerbase connections to stack a match in his favor, although the last time he got in the ring with The Original Rat Bastard, it didn't end very well for Geno. If anyone has earned a shot at Ed through their recent efforts, we think it's Brad, and we're going to let him have it.....assuming he can convince the Network's leader that he isn't just in there to help Geno win. Pure Wrestling rules will be in effect for this one folks, with extra referees to make sure nothing underhanded is going on!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide (this was passed to Von when we found out that Brad was staying)

INT RULES: No int.

SIM RULES: Sim 2x submission, iron man or standard versus each opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: A good match that went kind of sideways thanks to Johnny Rude's No-Interference Interference. Geno started out strong leading Brad in an early story/planning session. Ed had set himself up to take over the story with Pariah's attempted "reset" of the Original Wrath Bastard, but then Rude popped up and somehow rebooked the match as a tag match. After a cluster of scrambling, which included Haley kissing Ed (for purely professional purposes) and Geno pointing out what had been been in Haley's mouth earlier in the day, the match finally started as a tag match. And then it wasn't. Rude was DQed and we got back to our original match. And then we didn't. Rude kidnaps Alan's girlfriend (we need to do something about Rude's easily kidnapping anyone at any time) and Geno and Alan Scott run out of the match. So we had Brad and Ed in a one on one Pure Wrestling match. But that didn't work out either. Shennanigans ensued where the Pure Wrestling stips were repeatedly ignored by claims that a replacement ref could not call for a DQ. All in all a match that I was looking forward to as a challenge to three really good writers, turned into a cluster.

Some notes: As we judge the first 5 posts in a match, Brad really hurt himself with a short entrance post that did nothing to forward the story. And both Geno and Brad posted 3 times before any match action happened. I know it's tough when everyone isn't in the ring, but this is a wrestling game and when I'm judging 3 non-wrestling posts and 2 wrestling posts, it's going to hurt your score a bit.

In the end, Geno had full bonus points (and thanks to Brad for reposting Geno's post in the OOC) and that gave him an edge over the "Hard-On Living Legend." Ed did a great job selling, but he seemed to be following in the match and not his usual adding to it. Brad did a really good job in advancing his character, but that entrance post hurt him big. Your winner and new XF champion is Genocide

WINNER: Genocide

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT SEMI FINAL[/size]



[size=325]PURE WRESTLING CHALLENGE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Will the members of these two teams finally get a break from the drama and have a chance to just get in the ring and wrestle? All signs say that that is what should happen, which leads me to believe that it won't. Things just never seem to end up going where you expect them to when you put people like The HOT Girls in the ring with The Heroes. The Beacon, The Hero & The Shepherd all in one place? Am I the only one who thinks that it will be too big a temptation for somebody? If not, we might be lucky enough to watch one of the truly great wrestling competitions in recent memory. All of them have insane skills, but only two of them will move on into the finals.

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and no more than 6 posts will be scored for any team member. Anti-cluster rules are in effect.

RP JUDGE: Maverick & Genocide, with Psycho Mantis assigned to break any ties.

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT:

GENOCIDEThis match pitted two of the most storied and decorated tag teams in Federation X history (although not the greatest in the world... EVER) going at it for a spot in the Legacy Invitational Finals. These two teams are both coming off long breaks from tagging with each other, the Heroes gap much larger than the HOT Girls, obviously, and both teams have managed to find their chemisty and get through the first two rounds. In this one though, it looked more like the HOT Girls were coming off the five year absence.

Early on, Eve and Chance were a little disjointed. The training montage and wacky entrance was classic cheesy Hot Girls, but they seemed kinda forced and didn't work that well for me. While Chance and Eve focused on being HOT, Gilgamesh's lead post did an excellent summing up the current story and setting the mood of the fed as a whole.

The first twist came not from a competitor, but from Johnny B. Rude. In true Shock and Awe fashion, Rude swooped in and tried to kill Gilgamesh... while it wouldn't have been the best scored post if it were to be scored, it did set up the biggest story of the match. Another interlope from Max Entropy saves Gilgamesh from having to no sell his own death.
And you'd have to be a total douche to do that...

Back to that biggest story of the match thing... that was introduced by NightHawk. I'm not usually thrilled with replacement wrestler angles, but they were kind of forced to replace Gilgamesh with Reverend Future. The realization that the man under the Shepherd's cowl was actually Joe Power was what made it special... it also took firm control of the match for Hawk and Gil.
Chance stayed focused on her journey down "redeption's road" as she so eloquently states in her signature, but that was sold as well by the Heroes as it was by Eve and Chance... which is a testament to Gil and Hawk and not an indictment of the Hot Girls. The story between Eve and her Unka Pariah was also advanced well by both teams.

As a note, Gilgamesh recieves a few sizable deductions. One for incorrectly referring to "icy" grey orbs as "cold." Good try, but not good enough. Also, for insinuating that HONEST Alan Scott would be anything less than honest about his parentage of possible off spring.

Maybe the biggest news of the night was the long awaited birth of Shelly Simmons' baby, and the reveal as the father as none other than Johnny Freaking XS.

When this match was signed, with Eve Riley and the Heroes all in one spot, you knew it was going to turn into a Legion-led clusterfuck, and that's exactly what happened. As far as clusterfucks go, this one was pretty good.

The HOT Girls were good, but not good enough to beat great. In this judges opinion, the Heroes advance.

MAVERICKWhat can I say that Douchecake....err...I mean Geno hasn't already said? I'm sure I'll find something. Starting this one off the chemistry element was easy to spot for the Hero's and to me they set the overall tone of this match. To me they clicked on all cylinders. As for the Hot Girls, While I agree slightly with Geno they seemed a tad disjointed, I did enjoy Hot Girl Boot Camp as well as the West Side Story Intro with The Legionettes...or whatever you'd call those dancers. From here it didn't take long for the first major wrinkle to appear and that was Johnny Rude trying to drown Gil in the trunk of a car he dumped in a river. While it didn't count towards who won or lost, I felt it was a little overboard.....HOWEVER.....it led to a bit of creativity on the parts of Nighthawk and Gilgamesh. While it was ment to hinder, what it actually did was help.

How so? When we discover that Hawk has gone off to save Gil and in the place of the Hero's? How about Rev Future and Joe Power? Unlike Geno, A Sub here or there doesn't bother me and to me it was a creative way to get out of a fix not to mention a very RELEVENT way to do so based on the whole Hero/Legion Story. Speaking of Kudos, I give some major kudos to Chance for stepping up her game. While she didn't make it with the cap, What she did post was flawless and good as it worked to her road to redeeming herself. As for her Partner, Eve Riley, She was truely a beacon in this match. From her work with Gil and Hawk furthering her personal Story with Joe Power and Pariah to the PRICELESS bit of the fans spotting Pariah and Eve in the back of the arena, She was spot on and I could find little if anything to not like.

The only major drawbacks to this match I found actually came mostly from outside the match itself. One would be the Shelly/XS pregancy story. While I did find it humorous it seemed out of place and certainly not something to me that should have been tied into this particular match. My only other "scratch your head moment" was when Max saved Gil only to return at the end as the Avatar of Chaos who wants to lay waste to everyone. If that was the case...Why the hell did he save Gil?

Of course the question is? Does it matter? Not really.

The Hot Girls did a wonderful Job. I give kudos to both of them. That said, I have to award the win to the Hero's.

WINNERS: Nighthawk & Gilgamesh

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nighthawk & Gilgamesh


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[size=200]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=325]PURE CHAOS MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: So we have a whole night dedicated to the calling of good, PURE wrestling right?

Not exactly!

One has to wonder if Moxie knew what she was getting into when the lost daughter of the Manipulative Bastard went out and acquired the Bloodsport Championship. We're willing to bet she's never had to step into the ring with men like this before. Fresh off of one of the most obscene displays of violence ever, Max Entropy walks into the singles division as an odds on favorite to capture the Bloodsport Champion, a belt seemingly designed for his repertoire. Just one problem; Johnny B Rude is in the match as well. Can Moxie withstand the violence that these two men will let loose in a match which will have literally....NO....rules? This is the one match of the night that will make up for all of the others, we're certain of it!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Stand INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x any. All matches to be simmed on the 25th unless your are double booked.

RESULT: The results was me feeling dirty and going to have a shower......in turpentine.

Max went in with a one point lead over Rude, but in the end I'm tipping my hat in the direction of the Rudeness. Despite his vile implications with barely legal Moxie (who put in a good showing despite the sim murdering and being double booked) I managed to keep my lunch down long enough to give him the edge on a very solid effort over Max, who showed good activity but didn't seem driven to take the belt home. Maybe he's got his eyes on something bigger?

And enough with the ball squeezing.

WINNER: Johnny B Rude

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny B Rude


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[size=200]PPV STIPULATIONS[/size]



[size=325]TRIPLE THREAT MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Here are another collection of wrestlers we don't see as a natural fit for a PURE WRESTLING match, and yet with all of the extra referees at ringside, they won't have a lot of options. They'll fight under Pure wrestling rules, and the winner will get to control the stips of any one match (pending my approval) in the PPV. Will it turn into Legion versus Malice, or will it turn into something else entirely?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x submission, iron man or standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th unless your are double booked.

RESULT: This match highlights one of the reasons I love this freakin' place. In a match that had nothing on the line except bragging rights, three veteran writers treated it like an X-Factor championship match. Malice, Pariah and Angelica all turned in solid performances, even though the SIM was a complete squash job. Malice takes a HUGE lead, but refuses to coast, just like Angelica and Pariah refuse to throw in the towel and find something else to do. My hat's off to all three.

WINNER: Malice

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice


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[size=200]EXCITEMENT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=325]PURE WRESTLING CHALLENGE[/size]



--v--



--v--


DETAILS: Triple threat. Pure Wrestling. Three teams. Championship match. Ummm......wow. Two of these teams were in The Legacy, and they certainly have to be taken seriously, but that doesn't make them a lock to win. The men they're in the ring with are a formidable team in their own right, having never lost a match as a tag team. TRAUMA is one of the most efficient tag teams we've ever seen, and they are on a terrific run. What's more, they're comfortable in a straight up wrestling challenge. Will Ov & Despair or High Voltage be able to say the same?

This could steal the show folks.

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and no more than 6 posts will be scored for any team member. Anti-cluster rules are in effect.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: "This could steal the show, folks." I guess the word "could" was the operative one. In a match that was just sad, Alan and Swingo post 3 times each. Despair and Weedy post only once. And neither of their partners post at all. Without posts from Amp and Ov, the match is decided easily. Alan and Swingblade retain the X-E titles. Perhaps Alan Scott is the greatest tag team wrestler in the world ... ever and he's been carrying Genocide all along.

WINNERS: Alan Scott and Swingblade

FINISHING RIGHTS: Swingblade


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[size=200]CARD OPENER[/size]



[size=325]TRIPLE THREAT MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The company is going to look to newcomers Saint and Vic Slater, along with perennial X-Factor Rankings Match performer Haley, to set the tone for the night by opening the show in a Pure Wrestling triple threat match. There will be extra referees at ringside to make sure the rules are upheld, and the winner of the match will be included in the next #1 contender's match of their choice.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x submission, iron man or standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th unless your are double booked.

RESULT: Saint takes a 2 point SIM lead and takes control of the RP. Vic did some solid work, and I'd have loved to see some more of it. According to Ov, Haley is a cunt, which I can neither confirm or deny. She DID forget to SIM, however, so if she IS a cunt, she's a forgetful cunt. Saint takes the SIM and the RP to cement himself a victory.

WINNER: Saint

FINISHING RIGHTS: Saint
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:10 pm

Live on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010 from 1ST MARINER ARENA in Baltimore, Maryland....

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]QUARTER FINALS[/size]

[size=325]"TEXAS TORNADO" TAG MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Heading into the Quarter Finals of wrestling's greatest tag team tournament..................ever, we open the show with a match that has all kinds of intensity and heat. Eve Riley, The Beacon, won't be able to forget her troubles in this round and just focus on wrestling, because her troubles are manifest in her opponents. Legion disposed of Bloody Moon last week on Ground Zero and now they're heading into the Main Event against The Hot Girls in a match that very much suits their style. The theme of this week's card is 'out of control' matches and it won't get much more out of control than this one.

NOTE: For those who often forget, Texas Tornado matches allow all four wrestlers into the ring.....OTHERWISE.....normal rules apply.

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Costanza (Genocide....he should really formally change his PB identity!)

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: This one never got going. Scorn was faced with some OOC issues, and unfortunately wasn't able to make this one, leaving Pariah without a partner. I'm sure knowing you have no chance to win makes it hard to find the motivation to go all out, but 3 out of 10 posts isn't cutting it in an event like this. Still, good job by Pariah to get enough up to give his opponents something to work with. Also, appearances from Moxie, Max Entropy, and Ov Terror help to make this an intriguing match.

Without opponents going at full speed, The HOT Girls did what they had to do. It wasn't spectacular, but it didn't need to be. Still a solid effort from Chance and Eve as they roll on into the semifinals.

WINNERS: The HOT Girls

FINISHING RIGHTS: The HOT Girls


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[size=200]TV DIVISION RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

[size=325]BALTIMORE STREET FIGHT[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: How do you end up high on the list of people that newly returned Johnny B Rude doesn't like? You lose the One World Championship to Adam Draven, thereby diminishing the value of Rude's own OWC. That and a couple of drinks in a bar and you end up with somebody getting punched, and cops being called. Ratings were up for that segment and they'll be up again when Johnny B Rude goes one on one with Swingblade in a Street Fight that has no rules. The winner will assume the higher ranking in the TV division heading into this week's TV Championship Rumble (which both of these men SHOULD be in!)

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x any. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: Let me start this with a heads up. If you see I'm judging your match, you might want to read my judging criteria. Especially the last part about Pro Wrestling. I am willing to suspend some disbelief in a match, but when things go so off the chart violent that the person involved would be put into shock, it pulls me right out of the match and yanks your scores down amazingly. Things like shooting your opponent (with rubber bullets or not), having your ex-girlfriend shoot you (and continuing the match) and (most of all) having a character's face shoved into a french fry fryer and continuing the match will earn you near negative points with me. I don't buy it. I never will. By the way, all of the above happened in the match I'm judging. Both Rude and Swingo (and Max and Saint who jumped in) are good writers. They told a decent story based on history I didn't know about and made it absolutely understandable. They had me compelled to find out what would happen at different points and thinking the match was good. And then the ultra-violence kicked in again and tore me out of the reality. If the match is to be believed, Swingblade will be out of action for a long time recovering from a bullet wound and getting skin grafts on his face. In any case, Swingblade should be glad that he got a bonus point as that was the only difference between his 4 posts and Rude's 3.

WINNERS: Swingblade

FINISHING RIGHTS: Swingblade


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[size=200]MYSTERY OPPONENT[/size]

[size=325]1ST BLOOD MATCH[/size]

--v--

[size=150]Feauring guest referee...[/size]


DETAILS: People tend to forget just how much pull Genocide has with the booking committee. Last week he kept Nate from being officially on the card, which ended up costing Moxie a chance to win when he became her defacto partner. This week he has had Nate booked in a 1st Blood Match against an unknown opponent, and he's been booked in as the referee for the match-up. Nate had better get this sorted out before he ends up having trouble! he can't fight the Network without the help of Legion, and they're been distracted lately.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 2x Standard/2x 1st Blood. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked. Genocide may choose to sim up to two matches, or may choose to void up to two matches by either competitor.

RESULT: Nate Daniels vs ???

This was billed as a match, but it wasn't. It was a set up. It was a swerve. It was a funeral. But it was not a match. Genocide showed up, acting in his official Powerbase capacity to name Nate Daniels' opponent as none other than his own comatose brother, Jeff "Homicide" McCarthy. Nate, or course, refused, even going so far as to bust himself upon in an attempt to intentionally lose the First Blood match-up. Stinging mic work from both Nate and Geno was the biggest feature of this segment... right up until the moment Homicide got out of the bed. In the shocker of the night, Homicide's condition was much better than it had been reported, and the King of Abs makes a statement... by swerving his own brother. Out of nowhere, Homicide sucks Nate Daniels in and then powerbombs him off the stage. The Bromance is dead. The theme to this segment? Don't swerve The Network.

WINNER: Match thrown out

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=200]QUARTER FINALS[/size]



[size=325]TLC TAG MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Last week the team of Twisted Innocence was stunned that they would be facing Eleazer The Prophet and Max Entropy in the opening round of the tournament. No such shockers this week, but are Carnage and Emissary ready for a tandem that embraces violence as much as these two do? The higher seeds have been quiet lately, and we can only hope it's been because they were preparing themselves for this competition. It won't be easy, but one of these teams is going to use the legal weapons that surround the ring to beat the other one into total submission!

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: Let's start with the strong points of this match. ACTION tops the list because all four of the men in this match understand how to hit high spots in creative and visually strong ways. Their innovation in action stands out in normal matches and when you put all four of them in the same match, it goes nuts. Effort Consistent from all parties, there was only one post that went on too long, and only a couple that fell short of the maximum effort score. Some points were deducted a couple of times for tense and grammar issues though. The match had a good sense of progression as well, although I would point out that both teams were guilty of hitting too many early high spots, leaving themselves with no way to peak in terms of the match's finish. The guys certainly didn't hold back, and I admire the go for broke attitude they all brought into this match. It was a fight tooth and nail, and it was TIGHT.

Now on to some weak points. From a scoring standpoint I thought a lot of points were left on the table by both teams for selling and for creative. The most creative idea in the match, I think, was the concept of fans texting what they wanted to see next. I felt like that was a plot device that could have been exploited more by both sides of the match, and that when it was used it was a little bit weak. A great concept that didn't get used to its potential. Outside of that though, the plot devices were narrow and not largely original. I was looking for more elements that both teams could have pounced on to change the tone and flow of the match. Probably second best in my mind was the hallucinogen that Carnage was sporting, but how much more effective might it have been if all four of them had accidentally been exposed? I think sometimes as writers we fall into the trap of "how can I screw that guy up with a twist" and lose sight of the fact that the best matches come when our twists allow anyone in the match to do brilliant things with them. I also thought we introduced elements into the story, and then left them for dead very quickly. Injuries, NPC's, etc all seemed to come in in one post and two posts later they were practically non-issues.

The match scoring came right down to the last post, and while I'm a HUGE Towelie mark (just ask Acid Ed) the arrival of the Cotton Assassin wasn't enough to turn the tide.

WINNERS: Second Coming: Emissary & Carnage

FINISHING RIGHTS: Max Entropy.



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[size=200]TRIPLE THREAT[/size]

[size=325]KENDO STICK MATCH[/size]

--v-- --v--

DETAILS: Brad Rhodes passed a big test last week when he and Haley won as a team and showed that the Network could function together, despite its obvious dysfunctional dynamic. He has an even bigger test in front of him this week though; The TALL Guy and the Bloodsport Champion. With a Kendo Stick suspended from a pole on one of the ring posts, this match will allow for somebody to knock the stuffing out of their opponents.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 1x Standard/1x Hardcore against each opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: Good work by all three men including 3 posts on day one by Brad and Ov. Rhodes and Ov do a nice job with match action and comedy. Malice stays in the match with good story motion and action as well. He does a nice job hanging with guys who do comedy so well when Malice isn't a comedy character. In the end the match was decided by less than 1 point, which means that Malice's 1 point sim lead makes the difference.

WINNER: Malice

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice


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[size=200]QUARTER FINALS[/size]



[size=325]SANCTUARY TAG MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: 'Out of control' takes on a new level of meaning in Sanctuary Matches, and a tag team one will be no exception. Expect a new level of chaos before this match is over. How does it work? There are runways at opposing sides of the ring. Before the match starts every other member of the Federation X roster who is not in the match will come down to ringside and surround the ring like a lumberjack match, but with one key exception; they are not supposed to keep the wrestlers in the ring, they're supposed to keep them out of it!

The ring is the wrestlers' only sanctuary from the chaos of the combatants at ringside.

They must fight their way through the other wrestlers, and reach the ring. Once inside, the other wrestlers are not permitted to touch them, and a heavy penalty awaits anyone who does. VERY HEAVY. Should they survive to reach the ring, one team must then score a pinfall or submission over the other one in a texas tornado type battle (because does anyone really want to step back outside of the protection of the ropes?!)

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: The Results of the matchup between The Hero's & The System come down to simple mathmatics as the System fails to meet the post mins. (Dan Haven only posted 3 times when he needed to post at least 4.) So as simple as can be, The Hero's advance to the next round of the Legacy. Now I could just leave it at that and be on my way. However I feel compelled to comment on a few things. Matt McDervish worked his ass off and should be commended for a job well done. As for Nighthawk and Gilgamesh, That had to be some of the finest work I've seen from both of them yet. Not only was the action of the match smooth as silk and easy to follow, They both managed to intertwine a lot of the current angles/feuds going on outside of Legion and the Hero's. An excellent match and a good read. Take the time to go see for yourself, it's very much worth it.

WINNERS: The Heroes

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nighthawk


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[size=200]GUEST REFEREE CHALLENGE[/size]

[size=325]SUBMISSION ONLY MATCH[/size]

--v--

[size=150]Feauring guest referee...[/size]


DETAILS: Apparently Geno isn't the only one with pull, because not only is Ed the guest referee in this match, but Geno has been banned from ringside!! Haley will have to try and score a submission victory over the newcomer Saint while looking over her shoulder at what she *claims* is the world's most dangerous stalker! Can Saint use that distraction to steal a win over one of wrestling's most decorated women? Will he be able to ignore the fact that his referee is the tag team partner of the man who tried to boil him alive?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 2x Standard/2x Submission. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked. Acid Ed may choose to sim up to two matches, or may choose to void up to two matches by either competitor.

RESULT: The match was solid but time constraints for various reasons kept it from being as spectacular as it could have been.

WINNER: Haley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley


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[size=200]QUARTER FINALS[/size]



[size=325]LUMBERJACK TAG MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Double duty for the rest of the company, who are going to be asked to be a different kind of lumberjack twice in the night. Their job in this match is to....*ahem*.....quickly and nicely return anyone who is thrown out of the ring back into the action. They are otherwise NOT permitted to contact a team member who is on the ring apron! Wonder how well that's going to work out?

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: I read this match twice. As it was unfolding throughout the last three days I read it as a fan. When I started playing this game, Johnny XS, Stryfe, Amp and Weed Man were four of the names it seemed everybody looked at as top-tier writing talent, guys to learn from - okay three top talents and the world's best sidekick, but I hate to single Amp out, so I'll just keep it at four. Reading this match brought those days back to me, being a wide-eyed rookie who somehow got thrown into the deep end of the pool trying to read everything I could to figure out how this game worked. And four of the names I consistently looked for to read were these four. So, as a fan, I have to say that this was a very enjoyable match to read. As a judge, it was a pain in the ass. There are some matches where you read it through and you KNOW who's going to win before you actually score the first post, where one player just takes the reigns of the RP and makes the match his personal bitch.

Then there are matches like this, where the four men work so well together and the posts flow so smoothly one to the next that you can feel your body going into sleep deprivation as you spend four hours going over each post. This was one of those.

Stryfe has been on an absolute tear since coming back, and this match was no exception. I'm a huge fan of selling, and there are few writers in the game who sell the way Stryfe does. Johnny was the Johnny of old during this match, putting out some of the best work I've seen from him in Fed X. He really grabbed this story by the horns and took it to some very interesting places as ONLY Johnny can. I have to say much the same about Weedy as well. This was possibly his best effort to date that I've judged. He rolled with everything that happened and really pushed the story along with some of the best twists of the match. And Amp did what Amp does best. (No, Johnny, I'm not talking about showing up late and stealing stuff) Introducing new branches to the story, and writing really solid, exciting match action that hits you... well, like a brass-plated boot.

In the end, this match was decided by a very thin margin when you consider the course of twenty posts, and my hat is off to all four of you. So, with no further beating around the bush, the winners, advancing to the Semi-Finals of The Legacy Invitational, Team BFF - Johnny XS and Stryfe.

WINNERS: Team BFF - Johnny XS and Stryfe.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=200]HARBINGER RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

[size=325]FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: To move up in the rankings of the Harbinger Division all Despair has to do is defeat Moxie, although with one small catch; there aren't any rules and falls count anywhere! Will this play to the advantage of the man from LEGION? Can the broken shell who was once Stan Daniels unleash his inner turmoil in an epic beating on the forgotten daughter of Jason Storm? Or has she learned the family trade too well to be beaten in the kind of match that her old man loved?

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x ANY. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: Real life bites Despair in the ass, leaving Moxie to post against no opposition. Moxie's effort in the match despite a lack of opposition is duly noted and much appreciated.

WINNERS: Moxie

FINISHING RIGHTS: Moxie


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[size=200]GUEST REFEREE CHALLENGE[/size]

[size=325]BEST OF 3 FALLS HARDCORE MATCH[/size]

--v--

[size=150]Feauring guest referee...[/size]


DETAILS: Kira & Chance didn't get off to the best start ever, and Vic would like nothing more than to get a rematch with Chance and to put the Harbinger Championship back around his waist. One of them is going to get what they want, but they're going to have to earn it the hard way! Best of 3 falls, in a match with no rules, where the referee is the person you would so like to get your hands on. This could be chaos!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x ANY. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked. Chance may choose to sim up to two matches, or may choose to void up to two matches by either competitor.

RESULT: By Grayson: With Chance not choosing to take action in the sim portion of the match as the guest referee, Vic entered the roleplay scoring with an 11-7 lead over Kira. Kira though clearly understands the opportunity in Fed X to turn the match around with a solid effort and went out and worked her ass off to get some good posts up, picking up an extra bonus point for her work on Day 1, and another on Day 3 (where Vic also got one.) Short, hard hitting posts seemed to be the tone of the match, which might have been an opportunity for one or the other to do more and really put the match away. In the end, the one extra post from Kira isn't enough to catch Vic's sim lead (though she misses by less that a quarter point.)

WINNER: Vic Slater

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kira


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[size=200]HARBINGER RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

[size=325]NAME A STIP![/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Each competitor gets the right to name ONE stipulation to the match in their prematch interview. The stip can change the way in which the match will be simmed, so check back here for updates before you sim! The winner will move up in the Harbinger Division!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: By Grayson: Thrown out. Double no shows.

WINNER:

FINISHING RIGHTS:
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Live on Tuesday, March 9thd, 2010 from Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania....

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

[size=325]"DAMSEL IN DISTRESS” CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: After last week you had to see this coming! On a night when every match will be wrapped in the cold embrace of hard steel, this match is the one that will place a non-combatant in danger's path. In the middle of this ring will be a very small cage, slightly larger than a coffin. In that cage? Haley and the X-Factor Championship. The cage around the ring will be the traditional old-school cage fixed directly to the ring posts. There will be no going to the outside. In addition, this isn't your typical escape or pinfall match. In order to win this battle Geno or Wrath will have to knock the other one out cold. Once the referee on the outside has counted one of the men out, he will press the button and release the lock on Haley's cage. The man who takes possession of the championship belt will be declared the winner.

But will they go for the belt first? Or will they go for Haley...

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x cage or standard. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: This was a terrific match that not only confirmed that Wrath was Acid Ed, but featured the return of Johnny Rude and semi-reunion of the Talent Nazis. The history of Ed, Haley, Johnny, Geno and Rude came into play. Malice was dismissed from Legion. Brad Rhodes and Emissary were involved and ... The Heroes came to the rescue of The Network? Really good match that changes the entire Legion story. Read it. In then end Geno couldn't overcome the four point sim lead that Wrath built. So we have a new X-Factor champion ... ACID ED!

WINNER: Acid Ed (Wrath)

FINISHING RIGHTS: Acid Ed (Wrath)


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[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT ROUND 1[/size]



[size=325]"RIDE THE LIGHTNING” CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: An entire night inside the steel. That's the focus of Ground Zero in this first round of the Legacy Invitational Tournament, and we start it out with a very dangerous match which made an appearance last week in the main event. Maverick loves this match, and we imagine that Legion won't be too averse to it either, since it plays into their desire for blood and suffering. Bloody Moon come into the Legacy as multiple time T3 winners in Wrassle, but this is going to be a different kind of challenge for them. Can they upset the dangerous team in such a volatile match?

How does it work? Simple. A standard steel cage is hooked up to an electrical cable. At random intervals, the power cable sends jolts through the cage. Not enough to kill, but enough to burn, enough to make your hair stand up, and enough to blow you off the cage wall. As stated, the jolts are random. They could happen 20 seconds apart or two minutes apart. Oh yes, and to make it even more interesting, You have to overcome the razorwire lining the top of the cage. That's right, the only way to get out is over the top.

First team with both partners on the outside wins.

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Costanza (Genocide....he should really formally change his PB identity!)

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: Clooooooose. Legion vs Bloody Moon got off with a slow start with Kika introducing a run of the mill backstage attack from Legion. Neither Scorn or Pariah capitalize with their lead posts though. Of the initial four posts, Kira's was far and away the highest scorer. With very good dialog and the interesting twist of turning the assault into an attempted rape, Bloody Moon gets out to an early lead.

Legion swings momentum back with the 2nd round of posts by driving a truck through the plot-hole left by Kira forgetting about Shelly Simmons and her camera crew filming the non-sexual assault. Kira made up some of the points, managing to make a ring entrance exciting.

Once both teams were locked in the cage, I expected Legion to take over. In fact, early on in the ring, Bloody Moon held their own and actually increased their lead. They played up the underdog theme, and made good use of the electric cage. I don't like to point any single person out in a close match like this, but I was very impressed with Kira's work throughout the contest.
Towards the home-stretch, Legion eventually took over with better selling, more realistic action, and more intrigue. There was no backstage drama to supplement the ring action, and I didn't really miss it. The in-ring action had a good enough story to hold up on it's own.

This was the most competetive match of the first round, and shows that Scorn and Pariah's worst mistake was choosing Bloody Moon with their first pick. These two teams went at it in a bloody brawl for twenty posts, and there was only a 1.5 pt. differential... that's only 0.15 pts per post.

Legion wins... barely. The competition picks up next week, and they'll need to pick it up as well, or they'll be one-and-done.

WINNERS: Legion

FINISHING RIGHTS: Legion


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[size=200]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=325]"WEAPONS FACTORY” CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The onslaught doesn't end for the Bloodsport Champion, as this week he will defend his belt inside of a Hell In The Cell style steel cage which allows participants access to the ringside floor. With another Legion member targeting him, Gilgamesh will find that this caged area has every single weapon he can even conceive of. It's going to be a terrible battle, but if Gil wants to retain he's going to have to score the pinfall inside of the cage. Otherwise it will be the first blow for Legion on The Gathering.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x any. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: This was a GREAT hardcore match. It had a really good "Old school ECW" weapons match feel. I loved Gil's work in the ring he really worked hard on match pacing and foreshadowing. The "flashing light" really hooked me, and I wanted to know what was going on. Malice just keeps improving by leaps and bounds. From his first post in the match to the
"Match action" posts showed a lot of improvement. Both guys used the announcers well as more then a brake in the narration. This was a VERY close match, but in the end it was the "little things"
that decided it. Gil made a few missteps and Malice didn't. So we have a new Bloodsport champion...Malice


WINNERS: Malice

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice


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[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT ROUND 1[/size]



[size=325]"HELL IN THE CELL” CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: It's been a long time since we've seen THE BOOT, but they are making their stunning return for the greatest tag team tournament of all time, and standing in their way of an appointment in the second round with The Heroes are two of the most enigmatic and unpredictable members of The System. Rumors abound that they will be accompanied to ringside by none other than Stan Daniels, although nobody has verified that. In any event, the four of them will be set loose in a Hell In The Cell cage with no rules save one; the first pinfall advances!

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: Now while I was left wanting in the 3rd Man In Contract Match, My need for fun and violence was more the filled when I arrived at this gem of a match, The System Vs The Boot. Honesty check time. I know of Matt and Dan, But I've never really seen them work until now. I say this with much regret because after reading their work for this match I was literally in tears from laughter. How these two fell under my radar back in my commish days I have no idea. Not to be outdone however is OV Terror who's just one funny mofo in his own right. I almost passed out laughing when he went to Home Depot looking for Hola and wound up hiring a bunch of Mexican day laborers in an attempt to train one of them to be Hola. Finally in this mix we had Despair who by nature was slightly out of his league with the fun. He did however put up a remarkable effort as OV's stand in partner. Now, I could tell you what went down, give you the highlights, tell you the highs and lows...but I wouldn't dare rob any of you to read this for yourselves. Hands down one of the best matches of the card. Also of note, Despair takes off his mask...who's underneath? Read it and find out. No spoilers here.

Now on to who won. While OV and Despair did a remarkable job with such short notice and lack of working together prior, Matt and Dan are the epitome of what a tag team is. There work was inter-twined and flawless as they both work to weave the same story. Was I impressed with them? You bet your sweet ass I was. Now while both teams deserve to win Only one can advance, and that team is The System.

WINNERS: The System

FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt McDervish


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[size=200]EXCITEMENT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=325]"TRIPLE CAGE TRAP” MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: No name yet? No HonestBlade or SwingScott? Nope, and it probably doesn't matter to their opponents that the champions don't have a catchy name because they are still going to have to defend against the new pairing of Eve Riley and Vic Slater. The Triple Cage Trap is another one of those ingenious creations that emerged from the reign of Maverick in NGPW, as it will be three cages surrounding each other. The first cage is a small 8x8 cage with an electrified current running through it. The current is intermittent, and competitors will have to find a way to get over the top if they want to reach the second area. The 2nd cage surrounds the first one, and is 13x13, creating a five foot barrier on each side of the first cage. This area is filled with weapons of all manner, and has no doors. The only way to reach the final cage is to climb again. The final cage surrounds both of the other two and is 20x20, creating a seven foot fighting area filled with ladders and tables. To win one team will have to get both members out of the this cage.

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: Alan and Swingo continue their dominance in a good match that needed more participation from Vic.

WINNERS: Alan Scott and Swingblade

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT ROUND 1[/size]



[size=325]"LAST TEAM STANDING” CAGE MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: One team from the past was permitted to join the Legacy Invitational without identifying who they were. The team of Twisted Innocence drew that team as their opening round opponents, but it isn't like they have a huge disadvantage. After all, when you step into a Last Team Standing cage match in a Hell In The Cell type cage, there isn't a lot of prep work you can do. It's simply going to come down to who's prepared to endure the most suffering in order to win this match.

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: A lot of people put a lot of work into this match folks, and it's a damn shame that it was all a waste. Angelica never really had a chance since her partner quit after his very first post, leaving her high and dry and with no real opportunity to compete in this. An appearance by Stryfe was excellent, and I still think these people gave you some real quality to read, but this isn't the match it could have been.

WINNERS: Max Entropy & Eleazer The Prophet

FINISHING RIGHTS: Max Entropy


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[size=200]SUBMISSION ONLY CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Chance is just now starting to earn back the respect of the fans and she's doing it the hard way! She's fighting her way back towards the top of the company from the bottom up. After winning the Harbinger Championship last week Chance is already in danger of being stripped of it for being too dominant in the standings. If that happens, she'll get a shot at winning the TV Championship next. But before we pull the plug on her championship reign, we're going to ask her to step into the ring with one of the bright new stars the company has signed. If anyone can put a little tarnish on Chance's new belt, it will be Saint who meets her in a non-title match. Submission is the only way to win this match. Escaping the cage or getting a pinfall will not help.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x submission or cage. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: Saint holds his own in RP with Chance. We get good match action and solid storytelling. But in the end, Chance has an 8 point sim lead. You can't beat that without your opponent not posting.

WINNERS: Chance

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance


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[size=200]LEGACY INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT ROUND 1[/size]



[size=325]"ELIMINATION CHAMBER” CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Not the usual kind of Elimination Chamber, but the one we pulled out for the match of the year candidate (King Of The Cage quarter-finals: Alan Scott v Genocide.) There are five opaque pods on this chamber, hiding something on the inside. The last one to open will hold a way to escape the cage, which is the only way to win. What will the other four hold? Only time will tell. A new pod will open ever seven minutes, revealing all manner of match changing surprises! Can Amp & Weedy power their way past the unlikely former Tag Team Champions of Team Dojo?

RP RULES: Excitement Division rules. There is a 10 post cap per team, and each member must post at least 4 times.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: High Voltage v Team Dojo

In what will hopefully be the only disappointment of The Legacy, Samite and Sho Kosugi fail to find the arena, giving Amp and Weed Man a walkover.

WINNERS: High Voltage

FINISHING RIGHTS: Amp can finish the in-ring toke session if he so desires


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[size=200]CAGED TAG TEAM TABLE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Brad Rhodes made a very unexpected return last week in Haley's match and now he's scheduled to fight with Haley inside of a Hell In The Cell size cage, with only one way to victory; put both of the opposing team members through a table. Of course that may be easier said than done as Maverick's niece teams with The Prodigal Son to provide their opposition. None of the four have a date in the Legacy, but either of these pairings could pick up a win and decide to remain a team, moving very quickly into title contention for a shot at the greatest tag team in the world..........................ever: TEAM SBFF. It won't be an easy road though, and since it's inside a cage, it isn't like the regular mixed tag matches. In this one it's a four wrestler battle, and tables are the only way out!

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x TLC or cage. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: This was a good match over all. At point I felt like there were rough patches like Ed(Wrath) beating down Haley and a few tines it was a little hard to follow everything, but given that no one knew who Wrath was and you have 4 very active RPers all posting in a match that was pretty much a wash given Omega's non appearance. these are forgivable. Moxie did well as did Brad and Haley. Nate filling in the match goes to The Network, but all four were good in this one

WINNERS: Brad/Haley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Brad


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[size=200]3RD MAN IN CONTRACT MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Three men who had an impact last week and are now ready for a bigger challenge will meet inside of the steel cage. This cage has its walls fastened directly to the ring posts, so there is no getting to the outside. How do they win? A ladder is also inside the ring, and suspended overhead is a briefcase with a contract inside of it. That contract allows the winner to insert himself into any championship match, and is good for March and April.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x cage or ladder. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: What Can I say about the 3rd Man Contract Match? Hmmmm...Oh I know...it needed three men...but alas only had one. That one was Despair who despite having no one to work with still managed to post three times. As for Accolade and Nightwolf? The streak of "I'm back....errr.....no I'm really not" continues. One can only hope that one day, Accolade and Nightwolf actually decide to put in a little work in Fed X.

WINNERS: Despair

FINISHING RIGHTS: Does it really matter?


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[size=200] MATCH VETO BATTLE ROYAL! [/size]

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DETAILS: You've never seen a battle royal like this before, and when it's over the crowd may find the rest of the evening kind of dull! It could be a tough match to follow if the competitors come out gunning for the prize; a MATCH VETO. Bolted directly to the ring posts is a 5 foot steel cage retaining wall. It stands slightly above the ring ropes and will make for a painful impact for anyone slammed into it. It won't be a picnic to get thrown over the top of either, but that is the only way to be eliminated in this one. Last person in the ring wins the most valuable prize in Federation X.

RP RULES: Roleplay isn't being scored.....BUT....you must post 3 quality posts (500 word minimum) in order to have your wins count.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 1x cage or std. All matches to be simmed on the 10th & 11th, unless you are double booked.

RESULT: This was a fun match to read. It came down to onr of the tag teams in the legacy in the form of Emo and Carnage, and Johnny XS at his sleazy best. Nasty girl did post once and it seems like Nate and Johnny might be repairing the damage done by Nate's "semi Swerve". If I was judging RP Emo would of won the day as his match action was really good to read, but this was mostly a sim match and I gotta say I loved "Geno Jr" and the whole Johnny XS RP thread. Good job gents!

WINNERS: Carnage

FINISHING RIGHTS: Emissary
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Post  Eve Riley on Sat Jan 22, 2011 11:18 pm

Live on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 from TD GARDEN. in Boston, Massachusetts....

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP [/size]

[size=400]”RIDE THE LIGHTNING” CAGE MATCH[/size]
--v--

DETAILS: At Dark Dominion Stryfe won the coveted Superstar Championship by defeating Angelica and Gilgamesh. An impressive feat to say the least. Now in his first title defense, his road to keep that title starts with a steep unphill climb as he'll face off Against "Vanilla Lightning" Nate Daniels. Now we could just make this any old kind of boring match but with the return of Maverick to the powerbase, We've decided to give this one something a little extra. We're bringing back on of Maverick's most favorite creations. The "Ride The Lightning" Cage match. How does it work? Simple. A standard steel cage is hooked up to an electrical cable. At random intervals, the power cable sends jolts through the cage. Not enough to kill, but enough to burn, enough to make your hair stand up, and enough to blow you off the cage wall. As stated, the jolts are random. They could happen 20 seconds apart or two minutes apart. Oh yes, and to make it even more interesting, You have to overcome the razorwire lining the top of the cage. That's right, the only way to get out is over the top. So the question is, Will the Resident "Adonis" of Fed X Nate Daniels be willing to scar his pretty body to hold the Superstar Championship? We know Stryfe is willing. How about Nate?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Not INT

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: How good are these two? This match ranks as the second highest scoring match I have ever judged, falling only fractions of a point behind RRS v AA v Emo. There are some opportunities missed in this one, but I think it still comes off like a top-notch story being told by two writers. There is no reason to wonder why these two are in a match for the Superstar Championship, because by the time this match is over, and you understand how ex-lovers, kidnappings, maple syrup, family infighting, suicidal tendencies and man-love all fit neatly into it, every answer seems to be clear.

What I really liked: Early on we introduce some interesting story threads that seem to flow smoothly from both writers. We get some creative opportunities which set the stage for storytelling as the match unfolds. Obviously somebody was going to get hold of the controls for the electricity, which did happen, but not in the simple straight-forward manner you might expect. The selling is also great, and I really started to get into the laughs of seeing Hank just man-crush on Nate and hate or Rory. Both men sell the other very well in my opinion.

What I would like to see improved: Both men did a great job of grabbing the early story components and selling them, but I felt like there wasn't a lot of shock or twist saved for later in the match. I could see the few times they tried, but it felt a lot more like just the flow and add of the story. I didn't feel like there were moments where I was like 'WOW! That's an outrageous idea! I wonder what his opponent will do with that?' As you all know I like and look for moments like this in matches, and I felt like a really strong one of these could have changed the outcome of this match. Also, I dislike having to knock somebody's score down for writing too much. Stryfe learned that last time, but for the first time in a long time I've had to do it to Nate. Twice. In case you're wondering.....it DID impact the outcome.

This one is so tight that every little thing impacted it. A terrific effort from both men. Top notch work.

The winner?

WINNER: Stryfe.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=200]WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]


[size=400]6 MAN TAG TEAM MATCH [/size]



--v-- --V--

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DETAILS: Could we actually be seeing the Federation X tag Team Division heat up? GOD I sure hope so cause the division has been dead as a doornail for the last 2 months. And it’s been Team SBFF beating away any and all attempts to show any sort of life against them. Even opening their challenge to the World, Universe and now any Alternate Universes out there that may have Gladiators willing to come challenge Geno and Alan Scott for their Tag Team Championship. So here it is, Carnage and Omega get another shot at the Champs because they were really the only ones that had the guts enough to make a real challenge to them at the Dark Dominion PPV. And we are tossing in The Legion Team of Wrath and Scorn to make this a 6 Man tag Team.
The days of Lars running his Chaos are over now that the NEW/OLD Powerbase is back in action. This is NOT a NO RULES match. There MUST be tags and there should only be 3 men in the ring at once “Legally”

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim Each opponent 1x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: Plots within plots within plots, a healthy sprinkling of sub-plots and minor plot branches. throw in a generous helping of violence and several severe cases of blue balls, and you have all the makings of a pretty good match. Cameos by seemingly half the fed (either in person or by proxy) help make this match a read worthy of an epic action/adventure film. At one point it seems like there are more bodies lying around than there were in Saving Private Ryan. Finally, however, the ref manages to get this match under control - with the exception of Destructive End, which apparently came to a Destructive End of its own as Carnage dumps Omega for new old partner Emissary.

Team SBFF perform to their usual standards of RP excellence, with both Alan and Geno earning their usual high marks with their spot-on selling, tight dialogue and fluid action. Just what you'd expect from the defending champions.

Wrath and Scorn worked well together and put up some very respectable scores with their really sharp, violent match action and smooth flow. This is Scorn's best work to date that I've seen. Wrath upholds his image as the most violent member of Legion, although it seems a certain Network Leader (Not the bald one or the one with the killer mustache) has the charms to soothe the savage beast. DO Wrath and Haley have some kind of history? Interesting...

Omega and Carnage put up some good work, but not enough to keep them in the match, which quickly turns into a two-horse race. The two point SIM lead that
Team SBFF carry into the RP scoring proves to be enough as they hold off the hard charging duo of Wrath and Scorn to RETAIN The World Tag Team Championships.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide



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[size=200]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Vic Slater won a HUGE match against Angelica at Dark Dominion to claim the Harbinger Championship. Now he seems to have found some confidence here as he has strung some wins together. Now he gets a taste of the “Star of the Show” in Chance, who has been scraping her way back into the ranks with her return to FEDX. Chance had offered to help Young Vic a few weeks back, lets see just how much help she is now to the rookie upstart in this Harbinger Championship Match.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: The match started out with Chance answering some of Vic’s comments about here validity in the sport. Chance made it known that he has seen the ups and downs in this business and that Vic was only yet a boy amongst the Talent in Federation X, and that her goal was t “Steal the Show” with the match up, hoping that Young Vic Slater was up to the challenge for the match. Vic then started with some background for him as he was in his home town and got a shot to go back to where he grew up. The match kinda started off slow and it was a bit odd, but then the match action kicked in and these two seemed to flow a bit better than at the start. All in all an ok effort by them both, but noting to really write home about. Chance did do a nice job helping Vic along in the rp. Kudos to her on that front. Vic could use a little less match action in his rp. I know it’s a match, but there are some things that he could do to add some more flavor to his character and then build on it.
The Sims were a complete tie, so it went down to RP and Chance had Vic on the rp score.
NEW HARBINGER CHAMPION: CHANCE

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance


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[size=200]TELEVISION CHAMPION EVE RIELY PROMOTIONAL SEGMENT[/size]



DETAILS: Eve Riley has requested some slotted time during Storm Warning to address the current status of the Federation X Television Championship Title.



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[size=200]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]


[size=400]BARBED WIRE MASSACRE MATCH [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Dark Dominion was exactly what it was billed as and that was War. The Hero's faced off with Legion in one of the most epic battles ever witnessed. Although Legion won the fight, Some say the tide turned when the Shepherd arrived. We'll have to see how that plays out. Rest assured though this war is far from over. With that in mind we have another epic battle between Legion and a Hero, The Eternal Hero Gilgamesh. This week he'll go one on one with the Enigma of Legion, Pariah. Rumors abound about the identity of Pariah and while no one knows who he really is, We know this. There is something seriously wrong with the man under that cowl. His outright bloodlust to hurt anyone involved with Nighthawk is just plain scary. His lack of control and his obvious lack of fear make him very dangerous. Gilgamesh is a cornerstone of Fed X who's had many battles, waged many wars, and has overcome all odds. Can he overcome the likes of Pariah? It might depend on what Gil is willing to do to survive as Champion and Challenger face off in the first ever Barbed Wire Masscare match. The ring ropes will be replaced with barbed wire, every turnbuckle, every ringpost will be wrapped in barbed wire. Finally the ring will be surrounded with tables, all of which are wrapped in barbed wire. All you have to do to win is toss your opponent out of the ring and down through the tables below. It's the Bloodsport Championship. Let's see some blood.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x HARDCORE. All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: Gilgamesh doesn't want the Bloodsport Championship... and yet, he is the champion. He faced off against one of the Legionnaires in Pariah, perhaps the least predictable member of the group. Gilgamest gets a big lead on the sims, and an illness stops Pariah from making any points back. An illness also stops me from going into depth on the write up. Sorry, guys. Gilgamesh doesn't want the Bloodsport Championship, but he still has it.

Winner: Gilgamesh
FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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[size=200]HARBINGER RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Kerrigan gets her first official match against the man that came out and took her shoe shot to the face in Accolade. The New Vixen Kerrigan has spunk, that much is for certain, but will she continue to hold that confidence when she rolls into the ring with recently re arrived Accolade?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: LivDeadgirl

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: This was an odd match. It started out with Kerrigan and Accolade from something that happened before the card. ACCOLADE was great in this match. You saw the phone call from Deathlok his Cousin, and came in and sold Kerrigan I thought perfectly. All the taunting and other small touches were great. This is not to say Kerrigan was bad. She was great. I think another powerbase said it best when he said "Kerrigan was Faith if she was a HOT Girl" I had some issuses with this match. One was Saint coming in. The match was flowing well, but in one post she is gone and Saint is there. It could of waited till the post match. The other thing I HAVE to say that Saint Hustled hard, but a HUGE sim lead gets Accolade the win...
WINNER: Accolade
FINISHING RIGHTS: Kerrigan/Saint


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[size=200] TAG TEAM RANKING MATCH W/ GUEST ANNOUNCER MAVERICK [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: At The Pay Per View we all witnessed the debut of Sugar & Spice who in thier first ever match defeated The team of Mandy and Nate Daniels. On day 2 however things didn't go so well for Moxie who lost her opening singles match. We did learn a few things though. 1. Moxie can't stands Eve Riley as far as she can throw her. 2. Moxie hates her cousin by marriage Chance with a passion. 3. Moxie is her father's daughter to a T and wants nothing more then to kick ass and take names. Add all that together and what do you get? Moxie & Kitten Vs Eve Riley & Chance in a tag rankings match. Interesting enough for you? Ok, How about Maverick, The uncle of both Moxie and Chance at the announce table calling the action with Paragon and Proctor? Forget the Hatfields and McCoy's, We got the ingredients for a full fledged Family civil war on our hands. This one could be the powder keg of the night.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim Each opponent 2x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: Kudos to Moxie for putting in a top notch effort, even after she knew her partner wasn't showing. I expect nothing less from the daughter of Storm. Despite not tagging together this year, Chance and Eve stepped right into their familiar roles, and the "babes" and "OMG's" were flying faster than you can shake a stick at. Yes, the HOT Girls are back, and a win over Sugar and/or Spice gets them some much needed momentum going into The Legacy Invitational... although, with a partner going full speed, this match might have a different result.
HOT Girls Win.
FINISHING RIGHTS: Moxie



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[size=200] TAG TEAM MATCH THE GATHERING CAMP VS THE LEGION CAMP [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The huge WARGAMES Main Event at Dark Dominion showed us the sheer Power of this War with The Heroes and The Villains and it also pulled out the likes of Ov Terror and Angelica on the “Villains” side as well as Raven Arcanum standing up for her sister, Eve Riley. Well, now Eve Riley’s Daddy and her Sister get a chance to get better acquainted as they team up against what should be a VERY powerful combination in The Queen of Extreme and The Tall Guy.
RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: LivDeadGril

SIM RULES: Sim Each opponent 2x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: This could of been a great match, but Hour lost his access so he could not do much for this match. With that said Raven did her best to carry on with the match. Being a person who has been in matches like this it helps when people are stil posting. So hats off to the three of you and I hope Hour you get back soon.
Winner: Angelica & Ov
FINISHING RIGHTS: Angelica



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[size=200] NO DQ REVENGE MATCH [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: At the Pay per View, Scorn and Malice lost their titles to Swingblade and Alan Scott. Needless say that while Legion has made it clear belts mean nothing, They don't take loss well. Just ask Malice who has a personal vendetta to settle with Swingblade. He's not the only one though, Swingblade will be looking for payback of his own. Why's that you ask? Because prior to their Pay per View match, Malice brutally attacked Swing's little brother prior to the match. Sounds to me like we got some bad blood brewing. With that in mind let's get them to work out that aggression, In a no DQ match.
RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Maverick

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x ANY MATCH TYPE(NO RESTRICTIONS). All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: As we kick off this weeks event we find Malice questioning his place within the group known as Legion. Seems his "brother's find him to be a weak link because of his dealings with Eve Riley. Things get a little more unclear when Legion's newest member shows up, that being Despair. On the other side of the coin, Swingblade is indeed looking for payback along with a tag team name for himself and Alan Scott. He's also being recruited by Accolade for what might be a new Fed X stable. Is it serious? Enough for Accolade to make a cameo at the announce table serious. We go through the usual prematch interview before both men make their entrance. Swing brings his "bro" with him so he won't be a sitting duck in the back. When Malice arrives he receives a "reset beatdown" by Wrath, Scorn, and Pariah. What a hell of a way to kick off the match. From here on out it's all about brass knuckles and tazers...(taken to the nuts by Malice...Ouch!). Overall a decent match up with both guys picking up steam AFTER the card was offical over. Still, I liked the effort. Needless to say I think both guys did ok but I know they can do better. On this night, Malice gets the sim lead and extends it by having one more post then Swing. This could have gone either way.

Your winner, Malice.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice


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[size=200] TV RANKINGS MATCH [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Amp has been struggling as of late to show some consistent activity here in federation X. We’d love to see Mandy give him a good match up that pulls that out of him in this TV Rankings Match up.
RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x Standard(NO RESTRICTIONS). All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: Unfortunately, Mandy was a no show in this match up, But Amp was a true trooper and got two solids posts in building up to the match that never was. Amp should get rewarded on the next card for this effort. A decent post in here from Haley in this one to boot.


FINISHING RIGHTS: AMP


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[size=200] X FACTOR RANKINGS MATCH CARD OPENER [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Nightwolf gets his first taste of FEDX Action against the X Factor Ranking Match Queen Haley. Let’s see just what He has against The Networker. Will Haley show? Or will she give Nighthawk a challenge in his debut?
RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x Standard(NO RESTRICTIONS). All matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: A tie on the sims brings it down to RP, where Haley picks up a couple of extra posts over top of Nightwolf, and they prove to be the difference. Haley wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley.
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[size=500]Dark Dominion - DAY 2[/size]

February 24, 2010



[size=400]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=200]WARGAMES[/size]



[size=200]VERSUS[/size]




DETAILS: It appears that the men Lars has unleashed on Federation X are only growing stronger. Over the last couple of weeks the outcast Elvis Miller has shed his old identity and embraced the concept of LEGION. Not long after that, Lars himself made an impassioned appeal to Ov Terror and rumors are circulating that it has something to do with the real reason that Lars is doing what he's doing to Federation X. Five men strong now, and there continue to be rumors that others may yet join the cause. The Beacon isn't alone though. Last month ended with the unbelievable revelation that HourFather is back, and this month stared with the shocking return of the Eternal Hero himself. Since then Eve Riley has also seen the return of staple allies in the fight for righteousness Mandy and Omega. Who else may yet answer her call to arms?

The first decisive battle of this struggle will come at the culmination of Dark Dominion. A double-ring cage match known as WarGames.

WarGames consists of two teams of five facing off with each other in staggered entry format.

The setup of the cage consists of two rings side by side with a giant ring-encompassing cage that covers both rings, but not the ringside area. Doors are placed at far corners of the rectangular cage so the two teams don't come into contact before they are supposed to.

The match begins with one member of each team entering the cage. After five minutes, a member from one of the teams (determined by a coin toss that Lars will do in his office, before announcing the outcome!) will enter the cage, giving his team the temporary handicap advantage. After two minutes, a member from the other team will enter to even the odds. Entrants alternate between teams every two minutes, giving the coin toss-winning team the temporary advantage in the numbers game before giving the other team the advantage with the freshest man and even odds.

Once all ten wrestlers have entered the cage, the official match begins. Both teams fight in the cage for as long as it takes until a member of either team submits, surrenders, or is knocked unconscious. There is no pinfall and no disqualification, which may lead to brutal and bloody confrontations.

Just the way Lars and his LEGION like them!

RP RULES: There will be no bonus point scoring for this match, although anti-cluster rules remain in effect. 3 posts by each competitor will be scored.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 1x std, cage, submission, I Quit, Hardcore or 1st Blood. You may not use the same match type twice. Matches to be simmed on the 26th.

RESULTS: Great showing by all ten competitors, and a great job in working together to turn what was destined to be a horrible clusterfuck into a very intriguing, easy to follow match up. Clues to the identities of the three mystery Legionnaires are starting to add up, and this match definitely kicked it up a notch in that department. Ov Terror blended seamlessly into Legion's plans, and the Heroes banded together to hold their own despite a big sim deficit. The star of the match was Eve Riley, caught between a group determined to extinguish her light forever, and a group that will risk everything to stop them. In the end. Eve's prematch peptalk isn't enough to overcome a big sim lead and good RP from the bad guys.


WINNER: Legion and Ov Terror

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=200]LAST WOMAN STANDING MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: This booking might catch everyone by surprise, but the newcomer clearly has a plan and is relatively certain that Chance is going to want a piece of her before it's all said and done. Lars isn't one to shy away from booking more fighting, so not only do they get their second match of the card, but they are going to have to go at it until one of them cannot so much as stand up.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 2x std. All matches to be simmed on the 26th.

RESULTS: I must say, this match was a fun read. Chance and Moxie did a good job here. Not to mention the fact that there were some heavy hitting RP’s added by some FEDX Stars in this match too. Nate Daniels, Maverick, Eve Riley and Lars all had posts in this match up that helped to add to an already good match. This thing started up with a brutal confrontation in the back that drew out to the stage and off it into the tech crews equipment. From there these Hardcore Vixens blasted their way through the arena and finally making it to ringside leaving a mass of chaos in their wake. The match sort of fizzled out a bit in day 2 but all in all a good showing from these two. I really liked Moxie tone and flow of her posts and I think that helped Chance in this match drawing our some of her better rp in a while. For the results, the Sim tally’s ruled the day with Chance taking an overwhelming lead and at the end of the day it was too much to even overcome. Chance wins this match.


WINNER: Chance

FINISHING RIGHTS: Moxie


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[size=400]WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]CHALLENGE MATCH![/size]

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DETAILS: How good are they? Genocide, Alan and their manager Marlowe are pretty certain that Team SBFF is the greatest tag team in the world..........ever. The last time they opened their challenge to the whole world, and nobody responded who was up to the task of defeating them. This time they're inviting challengers, even from other planets. Are they the greatest tag team in the Universe? We're going to find out!

You may not initiate a challenge until any current challenge is over. Challengers will either fail to make the match official, or will do so and will be permitted to complete their challenge before anyone else may issue one. This will be the format:

1. Both challengers must post coming out for the challenge (see posting details.)
2. Both challengers must sim their matches.
3. If the total sims won earn the challengers 6 pts, then the match is official
4. Team SBFF will then answer the official matches by simming their opponents in return.
5. SIM will determine the winners.
6. Winners get finishing rights to the challenge.
6. One winners are determined, the next challenge may take place.
7. There is no time limit on simming, although it has to be on the day of the challenge so that at least 2 teams get a shot at the belts.

RP RULES: All posts must be a minimum of 500 words to count. Posts that do not qualify, will also DQ the challenge.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: Sim Team SBFF 2x std each. If you make the match official, Team SBFF will then sim you the same.

RESULTS: Team SBFF versus The Universe turns into Team SBFF versus Destructive End when no other teams are able to get both members to the ring. The match itself is short, but the beating Geno took at the hands of Carnage might have implications for the champions next week. The match itself doesn't last very long, as Carnage decides that beating the hell out of Genocide is more fulfilling than winning tag team gold. He gets himself disqualified, but Geno might be singing with the ladies for a couple of weeks. Amp comes down to join the party, but neither of his partners are able to make the ring in time to make an official challenge. The winners and STILL World Tag Team Champions - Team SBFF.


WINNER: Team SBFF

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=400]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]FINISHERS ONLY MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Vic won the contract on the last card, but has had some trouble getting the respect he deserves despite an exceptional performance against both Ov Terror and Carnage. Now comes his shot. The only question is whether or not he'll be facing Jessi or whether Lars is going to allow her to bow out due to injury and have somebody assume her contract position. Somebody, like say, Angelica. In either case, it will be an opportunity for somebody to cement their spot atop the great proving ground of Federation X. The only way to win this match is decisively. Hit your finisher and make the pin or submission.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Malcolm Reynolds

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x std. Matches to be simmed on the 26th.

RESULTS: Now this was suppose to be Jessi defending her title but due to injury, Angelica is taking her place. How does she start the night off? By agreeing to be on the side of Legion when Wrath comes calling. Legion was already deadly enough, With a Grim in the lineup things just got worse. Speaking of seeing people, Kerrigan, One of the new ladies to grace Fed X decides to make her debut at the announce table. She's attractive, confident, and suffers from what I like to call "Miss Thang" Complex. If she's looking to make friends in Fed X having that complex isn't the way to go. Needless to say having her at the table cranks things up a notch for Angelica. With the stage now set, Vic Slater enters and I have to say I've seen him work and I've seen flashes of amazing but on this night, I don't think Vic's heart was in it. Angelica beat the rookie in every way possible you could beat a rookie. Vic has the goods, But he's going to have to give more of an effort if he wants the respect he thinks he deserves. Angelica takes both the sim and the RP.

WINNER: Angelica

FINISHING RIGHTS: Angelica
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[size=500]Dark Dominion - DAY 1[/size]

February 23, 2010



[size=400]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]I QUIT MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Give Genocide his choice of opponents and you can't be surprised to find out that he's ready to get in the ring with his greatest nemesis and finaly go at it one on one. He's calling out the company's sole Powerbase member and he's asking for an 'I Quit' match to finally settle the score. The history between these two goes to deep, dark and terrible places and the expectation is that this match is going to go there as well.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x Sub or I Quit. All matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT: As the match was booked for Lars vs. Genocide and Lars never simmed, I was tempted to award the match to Geno. But Carnage did such a good job, that I couldn't do it (plus, apparently this was the plan for the card all along. Might want to let the judge know that, guys). In any case, Lars puts Carnage into the match as his representative. Carnage shows why he is a legend in the business as he and Geno tear the house down. The match is a really good read, but in the end, the champ retains by a mere half a point.

WINNER: Genocide

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=400]TV CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]NO INT, NO DQ MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Could it be? Does Eve Riley know the broken mind that is under the cowl of Pariah? The two have seemed to be on a collision course for weeks now, and that collision is about to happen. The TV Champion will defend her belt against Pariah in a match which will not permit any outside interference. Outside interference will result in a serious fine from Lars, and a ban from title matches for a period of 1 month. The match's only other stipulation? No disqualifications!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT:This match up was all about the struggle that is in Pariah and Eve Riley being the one who is trying to get him back from whatever crazy dark place that he is in. There was some good RP involved in this match that opened up a bit more about what Pariah is, or where his entire mind is with the torment. As well as Eve’s struggle to try and save him. I felt the RP was dead even and at the end of my scoring that’s exactly where it was, dead even. So it was the sims that decided the victor in this match and those went to Eve by 6 points.

And beings how the rp was even, I have decided to let Pariah take the finishing rights for this one. I can’t wait to see how he decides to end this one.


WINNER: Eve Riley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Pariah


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[size=200]REVENGE MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Somebody tried to poison Eve Riley, and Raven didn't take very kindly to that. She put in a request for a revenge match against Demonica Vile and that's exactly what she got. Hold on though! What about reports that Ms. Vile is now incarcerated? Not a problem. Lars has some pull with the locals, and he's arranged a prison yard fight. You know the kind; there aren't any rules!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules

SIM RULES: Sim 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT: Match cancelled when Dem retires. Raven rescheduled for Day 2.

WINNER:

FINISHING RIGHTS: Highest RP score


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[size=400]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]SCAFFOLD MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: These are the three qualifiers from last week's Superstar Tournament matches, but there are questions about all of them. Stryfe doesn't even want to be here! He's been trying to get out of the damn country for weeks, but that bastard Johnny XS wouldn't let him. Gilgamesh is now the Bloodsport Champion, which means you have to wonder if he's going to be looking over his shoulder all night long. With the ultra important WarGames match coming tomorrow, will Gil be going all out for the Superstar belt? Jessi is the biggest question mark of all three of them, after the severe beating she took at the hands of Wrath at Ground Zero. Will she compete, or has she made other alternative arrangements?

Not enough suspense for you? The match should handle that problem. A Scaffold Match in the tradition of The Road Warriors, each wrestler must ascend to the top of the scaffold in order to "qualify" to win the match. After that....the last person on the scaffold wins. People are eliminated when they get onto the Scaffold and then return to the ring or arena floor.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Not INT

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: Day one made it look like this might turn into something truly epic, but when Gilgamesh bowed out on Day 2, that changed things a little bit. The other two really put out a great deal of effort, but unfortunately for me, this match left a bad taste in my mouth. For me this match wasn't won, it was lost. Before I get to that though, I should comment to both Stryfe and Angelica that I don't like judging books. Both of you hit posts in excess of 1500 words and it cost you points. Tell your story succinctly. On Day 2 it was almost like you were one-upping each other in terms of length, with one of you approaching 2000 words with one of the posts. Again, when I'm judging at least, 1000 - 1100 words is perfect. Too much more starts to cost you some points.

Now, the big deal that kind of broke this match for me. It starts with Stryfe bringing Angelica to the ring. For me that's a big no-no. I don't like it. In fact I hate it. I understand that sometimes you want to get the match started, so you engage your opponent. In my opinion you either have to go backstage to start that fight, or you find some creative way to be telling the story as it occurs after their entrance. I'm a big believer that your opponent gets the right to do their own entrance. If they kill time and don't get their ass to the ring, you can trust that I will penalize them for it. It was the first BIG issue I had when I was reading this competition, and I thought it would cost Stryfe the match.

Angelica should have trusted me to punish Stryfe in the scoring for his mistake and just gone out and sold the hell out of his error. It would have put her up in a strong way, and she would have gotten a great selling score for that post for selling her opponent, despite not liking what he did. Instead she ran the "twin" explanation and did her own entrance,and spent time spinning the mistake and removing it. It was not only a missed opportunity to gain some big selling points, but it cost her points for short selling. Instead of turning Stryfe's error to her advantage she neutralized it by handling it the wrong way. It could have been the edge that put her over the top in the match.

When it comes to match action, I feel like they both have a lot of story to tell. They both handle move sequences really well, and it plays to their strengths. I liked that. I especially liked the fact that they kept the action going in such a tight space without it getting redundant. That isn't easy in a scaffold match. Overall I would like to have seen more creative story elements introduced by both writers, because it provides selling and writing challenges. Its an area they could both have picked up some key points in.

In the end the match came down to about three quarters of a point difference, picked up with a slight edge in pacing and dialogue (mostly due to strong work in commentary banter.)

WINNER: Stryfe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=200]STREET FIGHT[/size]

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DETAILS: You don't know what bad blood is until you see these two men when they cross each other's path. They took more than a little blood from each other in the main event of Ground Zero, and now they're booked in a no rules, no holds barred street fight through the Olympic Village ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2010_Olympic_Village ) that will likely end with one of these men badly hurt heading into Day 2 of the card!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT: A great showing by both competitors. They sold the match setting, each other, and the general state of the federation flawlessly. The story was great with good flow, and good back and forth. HourFather wanted to sneak around and pick his shots, but was forced to intercede when Wrath decided to unleash the Legion's special brand of chaos onto the Olympic Village visitors, athletes, and officials. HourFather was bringing it, but Wrath brought it just a little bit more. The big sim advantage is too much to overcome, even with the two highest scoring posts I've judged to date.

WINNER: Hourfather

FINISHING RIGHTS: Wrath


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[size=400]EXCITEMENT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]TLC MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: LEGION wrapped the belts around their waists at Ground Zero, but now they have to face the team that won the right to compete against them; Swingblade & Alan Scott. They don't have a catchy name (like Swillik or Team SBFF) but they work about as well together as two relative strangers should. Both men are no nonsense professional wrestlers in the ring and that seems to lead to a lot of natural chemistry. Legion though has been a dominating force in the company for over a month and they won't be easy to defeat. Will Scott and Swing be able to get the job done?

True to his word, Lars continues to make the company a harder, grittier place to work. This championship will see tables, ladders and chairs as legal objects to be used in your efforts to win.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: This match was a tale of two days. Day one tilted slightly in favor of Legion, and would have been more so if Malice had been able to do more than toss up a last minute post for his second. Day two, however fell solidly to the camp of Honestblade or whatever the hell they're going to call themselves. The action by all four men was solid,with only a few small oopsies, such forgetting that this was a TLC match instead of a regular tag match.

Alan was his normal solid self, driving the action with his smooth style and a sprinkling of surprises. Swingo started a bit slow, and his first post seemed a bit wooden, not his normal work. He turned it on as day one became day two, posting some solid scores, and even managing to make up for only getting one post done on day one. Scorn's work was exactly what I've come to expect from him. Hard hitting action, always with a little something unexpected to keep it interesting. The surprise of the match was Malice, who didn't put up his normal quality work. I know he had a really nasty week on the real side which did not allow him the time to post he normally has. I'd love to read a rematch when all four men had time to put everything into it, but this time, that just wasn't possible. The winners tonight, and NEW Tag Team Excitement Champions - Alan Scott and Swingblade (in alphabetical order).

WINNER: Alan Scott and Swingblade

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=200]GURNEY MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Three former standouts in the company are in the midst of high profile comebacks, and their paths will cross in a match whose stipulations were chosen by Omega. Ov, Chance & Omega will compete in a triple threat match where the only way to win is to strap your opponents onto gurneys and wheel them up the runway and into the ambulance that will be parked in the staging area. The match isn't over until both opponents are in the ambulance, and strapped to a gurney!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each 2x any. Matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT: First, on a personal note, I would like to take a moment to thank Ov for making it so easy to add up his SIM scores... ching ching! Oh, sorry, wrong story line. This match might have benefited from being three days long. The action was just starting to pick up as Day One of the card ended. The action was good, and a special guest appearance by newcomer Moxie added a little spice. Too bad she didn't see Omega coming. Spinebusters onto the steel ramp probably don't feel all that good. Chance jumps out to a four point SIM lead, but Omega counters with a strong posting day on day 2. In the end, however, it just wasn't enough to overcome Chance's lead. The winner of the gurney match - Chance.


WINNER: Chance

FINISHING RIGHTS: Omega


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[size=200]NEWCOMER TAG TEAM CHALLENGE[/size]

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DETAILS: Sugar&Spice are making their Federation X debut, and they've drawn the former Excitement Champions as their opponents. How will they measure up against the tandem of Mandy and Nate Daniels? I think the first question we all have to wonder is if Nate will be able to control himself in a ring surrounded by beautiful women! How good are these newcomers? We're about to find out in this match booked under Excitement Division rules.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Malcolm Reynolds

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULT: First let me say it's good to be back and please bare with me if I make mistakes. I'm not exactly up to date with people after being gone for 6 plus months.

Now Let's get to it. Our tag team match up pitting the new team of Sugar & Spice vs Rainbow lightning quickly went from a tag match to a singles match to a handicap match all thanks to Jamel. Now I know you ask, Who the hell is Jamel? Jamel is the stalker ex-boyfriend of Kitten, One of the two new ladies to grace Fed X. Seems Jamel kidnapped The Technicolor Cutie from the hospital room to impress his ex, that being Kitten...who I take it suffers from a bit of Nyphomania and a "Miss Thang" Complex. As for her partner, the other newcomer Moxie, She is a second generation superstar who's family legacy defines the business today. On other words, She's an ass kicker just like her old man.

So...Jamel kidnapped Mandy leaving Nate without a partner. Nate, being the guy he is heads for the ring after asking his network chums to look for Mandy. Sugar and Spice are heading out as well but then Kitten get's a text message...(Who brings and iphone to the ring anyway?) and "WHOOSH!" She's gone. In a way it was quite fitting for Kitten to run off on her own because this match was truely the Nate and Moxie show. Now I coould sit here and tell you how the rest of it went but I suggest you read it for yourselves. Trust me when I say Nate was on his game and Moxie has Superstar written all over her.

The ony thing I wished I could have seen was more Mandy and More Kitten. I know what Mandy can do and I enjoy her work. Kitten's appearance was Strong and I wished there had been more. As for score, I have to give the nod to the Newcomers Sugar and Spice by less then half a point

WINNER: Sugar and Spice

FINISHING RIGHTS: Moxie


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[size=200]LADDER MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: How do you get under Geno's skin? Well if you're Lars, you book his barely recovered wife in a match against the hottest young property in the company and a man who scares the living crap out of her, and then you make it into a ladder match, just for the fun of it. Vic has a big match on Day 2, so you have to wonder if he'll go all out in this one, for the chance to beat some pretty big names in the sport! Amp? You know he like him some white meat.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each 2x ladder. Matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT: I have to say for a short match in really liked this match. In fact I think that Amp was the true Star of the match. He started strong with a run in with the current tag champs Team SBFF. I l really enjoyed Geno forced to play peacemaker as Alan and Amp traded verbal shots. Then the addmission that he never beat Haley good stuff from Amp. Haley as a face grew on me a bit here and she had a nice moment with Geno, but wanted to see more of her. Vic had a big sim lead and did his own thing pushing his RP along. I did like the chat with the diner cook. In the end Vic wins thanks to a moster sim lead.

WINNER: Vic Slater

FINISHING RIGHTS: Amp


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[size=200]TORNADO TAG TEAM OPENER[/size]

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DETAILS: A mixed tag match which allows all four men to be competing for the victory at the same time. Will we see a reemergence of Emissary or Crowe as they take it to the strange tandem of Accolade and XBert? Will XBert show the form that almost put him in the Superstar Championship? Will Accolade show up half baked? These questions, and more, answered as the card opens...

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each 2x std. Matches to be simmed on the 24th.

RESULT: A LOT of no-shows.

WINNER: Accolade, because he showed up!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Accolade.
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:13 am

Live on Tuesday, February 15th, 2010 from [size=150] Rexall Place [/size] in Edmonton, Alberta Canada.........

The [size=150]POWERBASE[/size] presents...



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[size=400]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]X-ECUTIONER CHAMPIONSHIP LUMBERJACK MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: With Gilgamesh drawn into the Superstar Championship Tournament, Eve Riley is left to face the most dangerous challenge of her young career in the form of a ruthless member of Legion who would like little more than to leave her a broken shell in the ring. She has barely survived one attack by Scorn, and now with the Television Championship around her waist she seems to be suffering a steady diet of them. Lars has booked her to stand against Scorn in a Lumberjack match, which almost certainly means that the other three members of Legion will be at ringside and looking for chances to hurt the young talent. Will her allies be there as well? Could this match be the catalyst that everyone is looking for, where the federation comes together in an effort to stop them?


RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis (VB filling in as Mr. Plant has Leaf fibia disorder)

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x std or submission. Matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This could have been a cluster given all the people who showed up for the mat, but it didn't. It was an all out brawl with Legion trying to battle Eve's protectors. It was a good read. Sadly, Scorn tanked the sim going down 7 points. He put up a really good match, but there is no way to make that up against a skilled RPer like Eve. Winner and still X-Ecutioner champ: EVE RILEY

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve


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[size=200]SUPERSTAR TOURNAMENT MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Two allies booked to square off for a chance to move into the championship match at Dark Dominion, and you cannot help but wonder if they were paired to face each other on purpose. Is Lars trying to drive wedges in the alliance that stands against him and his Legion? In any event, the match is a relatively straight forward one. The first man to three falls wins and moves into the triple threat championship on the next card. Will Gilgamesh cement his return? Will Hour establish his dominance? Will Legion strike?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a


RESULT: Lars is quite fond of booking allies to face each other in matches... then, he sends Legion out to interfere. The Network has been getting a taste of it all month, and now it's Gil and HF's turns. This is a match that had some definite high spots, as well as a few low ones. Hourfather set up the match and pushed the story along nicely early on, but Gilgamesh took over at the midway point and didn't look back. Both men used the Legion well, and Pariah helped the action along with a few cameos... (and a nice one early on from Omega, as well)

Gil used the stipulations of the match and used the pinfalls effectively, but loses points for tapping out to an armbar. Come on... an arm bar? HF RP'd a few pinfalls in his last post, but they seemed a little forced. That, along with his failure to follow up on the backstage HOT Girl drama costs him. Still, solid, quality matches by both men. In a VERY close match, decided by less than a single point, Gilgamesh advances to the Superstar Title match at Dark Dominion.


WINNER: Gilgamesh

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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[size=200]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

-v-

DETAILS: Wrath has gone without a challenge to the 24/7 Hardcore Bloodsport Championship since claiming it two weeks ago over Homicide, Scorn and the young Vic Slater when it was reintroduced. And it was Homicide that showed any challenge in that match to the two Legion Brothers. Now it comes back to Homicide to see just how serious he actually was at being Mister Hardcore. These two will be in an all out brawl where the entire arena will be their battlefield. In the ring or out. The Ref Benito Jobber will be there to make the count for the pinfall.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x Hardcore. Matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Homicide is called to an emergency Fox News board meeting aboard the U.S.S. Minnow. He said it was a for a three hour tour, but I suspect longer. Angelica shows up to taks his place, but doesn't have enough to hold off the leader of Legion. Winner: Wrath

FINISHING RIGHTS: Wrath


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[size=200]SUPERSTAR TOURNAMENT MATCH[/size]

-v-


DETAILS: XBert qualified for a shot in this tournament by winning an open match last week. For his efforts he finds himself going one(?) on one with one of the most beautiful and succesful women to ever perform for the company. Hot off of winning the Harbinger Championship again over Death Dealer and Mandy, Jessi gets her shot at stepping to the next level. A win over XBert means a trip to the Superstar Championship match at Dark Dominion. Since Jessi asked for a hardcore match, that's what she's been booked in. Hardcore rules, falls count anywhere.

RP RULES: For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. 10 posts scored/team - minimum of 4 from each member.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

WINNER: Jessi

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi


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[size=200]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP ULTIMATE X MATCH[/size]

-v-

DETAILS: Again Lars had chosen to make the Main Event an All Network affair. But this time it’s a one on one match up for the top prize in the Industry, the X Factor Championship. This Championship Match will be held with Ultimate X Rules.

Two cables, connected to metal structures rising from the four corners of the ring, cross 15 feet above the middle of the ring. Similar to a ladder match, the X Factor Championship belt will be suspended from where the cables cross. The winner will be the first person to take possession of the hanging X Factor Championship Belt.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.


RESULT: This match started up with the current internal conflict that The Network is having and ignoring with the so called "Pecking Order". The first few posts filled with the Champ and challengers Pre match Comments fueled this situation although they were still trying to publicly defuel it. There was another blow up between Homicide and Genocide that created even more tension prior to the match. To add to all this the looming threat of Lars and the Legion of Men to interfere in this X Factor Champion Match up in some way. And as the Match started, Geno had used that threat to trick Nate into being on edge for an attack, therefore take advantage of the challenger. I would have really likes to see some real match action here, and Nate really tried to do that, but completely halted it as soon as he started it with the adding on of the “Fake” Legion members hitting the match and attacking. The Fake Legion members were a nice touch by the Sneaky Geno here as well. And the Match action finally got back rolling again with both men doing a great job of making for some entertaining match action. Then with the Legion actually showed up there was a solid rp by Nate that I felt was his best of the match. The Network cleaned house with the Legion and the match resumed.


In all this was a solid effort from both men. The RP Scores were damn near tie. And the Sim scores had Geno edging out Nate by 2 points. And that was truly the difference here. Both guys should be proud of their effort in this one.


Genocide Retains! I’m giving Nate the finishing rights even though it was a tie. Nate was double booked and was a mad man on the boards this card. He has earned it.


WINNER: Genicode

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=200]SUPERSTAR TOURNAMENT MATCH[/size]

-v-


DETAILS: The final qualifier match for the Superstar Championship will contain two talented but enigmatic men. Malice, who was the former X-Ecutioner Champion and Stryfe, longtime best friend of Johnny XS. Both men have the talent to take the win and the championship at Dark Dominion, but it will come down to which one of them comes out gunning in this match. To win, one of them must put the other one through a table.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a


RESULT:A surprise attack before the match starts, hijacking the control booth, Alvin and the Chipmunks entrance music, Jerry Wilson powerbombed through a table, a discussion on the virtues of hypo-allergenic face paint, tables that refuse to break, face plants into slushies, a six foot long teeter totter and bikini wax. What do all these things have in common? If you read this match you know. Unfortunately, Malice had some "life" issues that kept him from being able to put full effort into the match, which is unfortunate, as he and Stryfe had a pretty good dynamic going. Stryfe's posts say that he's got the rust knocked off and is back, ready to be a force on the board. He powers his way to a win, pushing himself to the next round of the Superstar Tournament.


WINNER: Stryfe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=200]EXCITEMENT DIVISION DOC SAVAGE ULTIMATE X CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

V-

DETAILS: With the fate that the Tag Team X-Citment Championship has had over the last few month, we hope to get it back on track with a good solid match up here. No more no shows for these All RP tag team titles! The Legion’s own Malice and Scorn face off against two newly paired Champions, “Rainbow Lightning”! But here is the catch Nate is going to get his fill of Ultimate X Matches in one night! You see, Nate’s own personal weapon of choice “Doc Savage” will be available for use during this match up. Doc is Black Steel-Reinforced Bat lined with concertina wire. Doc Savage will be suspended on the same Ultimate X Structure that we will see in the Main Event.

Two cables, connected to metal structures rising from the four corners of the ring, cross 15 feet above the middle of the ring. Similar to a ladder match, Doc Savage will be suspended from where the cables cross. He or She who gets to Doc Savage first and uses it on their opponent will be deemed the winner for their team and the Excitment Division Champions.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

WINNER: This was a good match given the fact that 3 of the four were double booked. That said it all comes down to Mandy not posting on the last day. Giving Legion an unbeatable lead the winners...LEGION

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=200]3RD MAN IN CONTRACT MATCH[/size]

-v--v-


DETAILS: Three men from three different divisions, and one of them is leaving this match with a contract that will put them in their division's championship match at Dark Dominion. The contract is in a briefcase suspended above the ring. A classic triple threat ladder match to see who gets to it first.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x ladder. Matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.


RESULT: This match is decided by the sim, as Vic Slater builds a ten point lead. Ov and Carnage both bring some quality posts to the board, but neither is able to make up the ground needed to win the match. Ov's posting is taking on the smooth, polished feel that carried him to The Superstar Championship, and Carnage is quickly knocking the rust off, working back toward the form that earned him a berth in the first ever KOTC. In the end, however, the rookie manages to get some late posts on the board, solidifying his win.


WINNER: Vic Slater

FINISHING RIGHTS: Carnage


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[size=200]EXCITEMENT DIVISION CONTRACT MATCH[/size]

-v-


DETAILS: The winners of this match will get the title shot at the Excitement Division titles at Dark Dominion. Will Alan convince Swing to step up his game so they can become the next champions? Can Chance work with Death Dealer? It's going to be a straight up wrestling match, with no catches. Simple tag team dominance is what it's going to take to win this match, and earn that title shot. Which team is up to the challenge?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a


RESULT: In a match that started off looking like Chance would be left without a tag Partner with Death Dealer dropping out, it was Stryfe stepping in and up adding a great aspect to this RP. He had no issue having a bit of fun at the Death Dealer/Swingblade/Stryfe look a like game. Stryfe (Who is Chance’s tag partner) went out to the ring with Alan Scott, who he thought was Swingblade. And Chance also equally confused thought that the Real Swingblade was Stryfe,,, err her replacement for Death Dealer) or something like that. Now I’m not the only one that was completely content with reading this confusing rp. But Stryfe did a fine job playing it up, that was for sure. Alan and Chance finally got the match action rolling in good fashion getting things sorted or, well as sorted out as they could be in this match. But it seems that Stryfe really didn’t mind seeing Chance get worn down a bit. And then he proceeded to have a lot of fun at her expense refusing to not tag in and not tag out. That’s when the match action and the great dialog picked up. All 4 really came through and created a good read here.
The judging scores were very close in the end and if it were not for Alan surging at the end and Swingblade picking up the make up post, they would have lost. But with that being added, it was Alan Scott and Swingblade taking the win by a slight margin.

Swingblade gets the finishing rights. Stryfe was a close second in RP You could really tell that these two were locked in the match. I hope that this is a sign of things to come for them in Federation X!


WINNER: Alan Scott & Swingblade

FINISHING RIGHTS: Swingblade


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[size=200]X-FACTOR DIVISION RANKING MATCH[/size]

-v--v-

DETAILS: Emissary's performance last week left a lot of people wondering if he was hurt. Amp thinks his partner might be sick in the head, and while we don't want to argue......other stories have been sent our way in explanation as well. Will Emo rebound and make his mark by winning a ranking match against newcomer Raven Arcanum, and enigmatic Oblivion? Will Raven start to forge her own place in Fed X, across from her sister? What about Oblivion and his warning to Gilgamesh? Is he friend or foe? We could answer questions with this match.....

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Oblivion fades off into ...Oblivion, I guess and he has an Emissary who goes with him. Niether man shows. Raven posts a couple. Accolade tries to start something. Nothing happens. Winner: Raven

FINISHING RIGHTS: Raven (if she wants them)


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[size=200]STREET FIGHT[/size]

-v--v-


DETAILS: Omega's return last week ended in victory, but can he maintain his momentum? He'll have to fight it out without rules against the dangerous Demonica Vile and the unknown Legion member Pariah. Both have shown a flair for violence in the past, and we would expect them to do the same in this match. What's in it for the winner? They can name the stips of any one match they want at Dark Dominion!

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x any. Matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.


RESULT: In an odd match up (by the current booking standards) we actually see a good guy vs a bad guy... throw in a crazy girl and her semi retarded friend, and you have all the fixins for an entertaining match. Which is exactly what we got. This match got off to a quick start with Omega and Pariah not waiting for Demonica and starting a bloody brawl. Demonica, meanwhile, did a damned good Weekend and Bernie's impression, helped along by Frank Hooligan and Rusty... although, not very well. Demonica was good, but a choke job on the sims and leaving two posts on the table makes her a non-factor in the results and finishing rights.

I'm no length whore, when it comes to posts, but a few were very short, and the scores show that. Both Omega and Pariah finish strong, however, scoring their best posts of the match with their last. On the sim end, it was a dead heat. In the end, Omega's solid, polished work is enough to overcome the extra bonus pt. from Pariah and bring home the win.


WINNER: Omega

FINISHING RIGHTS: Highest RP score.


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[size=200]OPENING MATCH[/size]

-v


DETAILS: Is Amp the man who can put the spark back into Kieran Crowe? Ever since the trip to Australia, and the swerve of his country, things haven't gone well for the Aussie. Is the other half of High Voltage the right person to put the man back on track? We aim to find out. If this match hits 10 quality posts, both men will get a title shot in March (or April if their participation in the Legacy prevents that.)

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x std. Matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Neither man simmed, so it does get a little bit difficult to decide the winner. We'll call it a draw, since each only got a single post up. Not their best work.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Seriously?
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Post  Eve Riley on Sun Jan 23, 2011 8:19 am

Live on Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 from The PENNGROWTH SADDLEDOME in Calgary, Alberta...

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLE CAGE CHALLENGE[/size]

[size=400]OPEN CHALLENGE MATCH[/size]

DETAILS: Lars has really outdone himself. With a plan already on the books for how he's going to fill the Superstar Championship going into DARK DOMINION, he has opened up this competition to anyone who has not already qualified for the mini-tournament that starts on next week's Ground Zero (current qualifiers are Nate Daniels, Jessi, HourFather & Malice with Jaysen having vacated his spot.) Anyone not on that list is invited to compete for their shot next week at making the Triple Threat Finals for the PPV. Now, on to the insanity he's dreamed up;

Two cages.

Contestants start in the inner cage which is old school - blue iron bar walls attached to the ringposts. There is no door to this cage, so you need to be in the ring before it's lowered, or you'll have to climb in. Your choice. Once the match starts a second cage will be lowered around the first one.

The outer cage is built from 2x4's and barbed wire, and encloses all of the ringside area. The Roof of this cage is about 4 feet above the top of the inner cage, so be careful when you climb out.

There will be two winners, and they will be the first people who can climb out of the inner cage, find the opening in the barbed wire and squeeze through. First two to escape both cages are in the Superstar Tournament.

Nobody is considered "in" this event until their feet are firmly on the canvas of the ring AFTER the bell sounds to start the match.

RP RULES: 4 posts will be scored for each entrant. There will be NO multiple post bonus' for anyone. Anti-clusterfuck rule is in effect - please wait at least 3 hours between posts unless someone else posts.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: NO INT.

RESULTS: If every day of this card had been like Day 1 was, this might have been the match of the card. XBert, Ov Terror and Stryfe all answered the bell on this match, but unfortunately.....after a great beginning........the match really fizzled. What did get written was some smart, witty dialogue that got a good chuckle and painted a good picture, but with only six posts for the whole match, it didn't deliver enough. In the end, XBert wins because he was the only one to get more than two posts up. More effort = more points.

FINISHING RIGHTS: XBert


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[size=200]BAD BLOOD RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Lars has brought in a collection of men who appear to only be interested in hurting the heroes of Federation X. With Aaron Action & Positive Joe Power already injured, they attacked Eve Riley on a recent Polarity, isolating the girl when she was practically alone. Three grown men on one young girl, and they were relentless and remorseless. The common belief is that they were looking to eliminate the final rallying point for the company's heroes......but what they weren't expecting was the man who came to her rescue. They had expected HourFather. Jaysen was high on the names they knew would come. Chance was an obvious one as well. Jessi, and some others rounded that out. But was anyone expecting THE ETERNAL HERO?

Gilgamesh stunned the world by making his return to professional wrestling, and sending Legion running from the ring. Now, he'll get his first piece of the notorious newcomers as he squares off against Scorn in a rankings match in the TV Division. Nobody will be thinking about the rankings though, as the two men face off in a no holds barred, no-dq contest.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x any. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: This was a tough match to judge as both guys I think are trying to shake the rust. So I'm going to say what I liked in the match. I liked the way that Harold was used in ways that kept him involved in the story, and I thought the match itself was well written. Other then what I am going to chalk up to a major goof at the very start of the match by Gil there was nothing bad to say. Scorn had a great effort here, but needs to flesh out his ideas a little more that is what gives the Hero the win...

FINISHING RIGHTS: Gilgamesh


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[size=200]TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]HOSPITAL HARDCORE BRAWL[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Last week Eve Riley defeated Malice to become the Television Champion. In the time since then Malice has stood by and watched while Eve was decimated by Legion, and then....what do you know? Everyone's favorite Elvis requested his rematch. You have to wonder if Lars was whispering in Malice's ear about how well he would look lined up with Legion (Scorn, Wrath, Malice & Pariah?) when he talked to Elvis about cashing in his shot and fighting Eve right there in the local hospital where she would need to be for treatment. Has Malice finally manifested the family's douchebag gene? Will Eve Riley be able to fight off a determined challenge given her current condition?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: In the early match, it was hard to tell who had the edge. Eve’s first post opened up and explained to us just where she is at during this match, and what she’s charged with doing. Malice comes back and shows some good inner turmoil over the decision he has made, but where this could have been a fantastic opening post, it was derailed with a small humor spot that just didn’t work with the over all post. Malice fails to post a second time on day one, and gives up major points with a weak post which puts Eve in the lead. Then Eve takes charge of the story with a very interesting, fantasy inspired story. I liked it. This one had the chance to be an amazing barn burner, but sadly it petered out. A strong effort by Eve sends her the win. WINNER: Eve Riley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=200]HIRED GUN MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Homicide went looking to recruit some muscle to face Demonica Vile, and the man who stood up was the bold newcomer Vic Slater. After showing up and basically begging for work a week ago, he tried his hand in the Bloodsport rumble that took place and put on an impressive enough showing that Lars is going to let him work the card in an official capacity. His first target will be Demonica Vile, a woman who is more than capable of putting the young gun in the ground if she's on a roll.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x std. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: Demonica falls to the dreaded Calgary Crud and is unable to compete. Thanks to Xbert for stepping in to give Vic someone to play off of. William Shatner and I appreciate it. Winner: Vic Slater

FINISHING RIGHTS: Vic Slater


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[size=200]WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]TAG TEAM CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Is anyone else sensing a theme here, as Lars continues to punish Geno by making him face his stablemates for the second week in a row? After the nearly disastrous results of last week, Homicide will once again find himself face to face with Genocide, but this time it will be inside the confines of a steel cage, with Nate Daniels at his side. The winners of this match will be the team that can escape the cage. Both team members have to reach the arena floor in order to win.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x cage. All matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: Seriously people, if your at all wanting to know just what the hell is going on in this Federation, you MUST read this match. It's your loss if you do not. Things started off with the news of Shane being prego with Nate Daniel's baby and Nate sharing the news of his child to be with his Brother and fellow Network Stablemates. Things then turned to a Network meeting discussing the rotten match against one another that Lars had booked yet again. Homi and Geno tried to work things out and get through the anger against each other from last weeks Match. Well all the nicey nicey chat stopped with Alan received a notice from Lars telling them that at the current moment that Team SBFF had not yet qualified as being eligible for the Legacy Tag Team Tourney next month. And furthermore, The Bromance would not be accepted into the Tourney either unless they won the tag team Championship vs. Team SBFF tonight. Then is a huge twist that rocks this entire Federation Geno goes directly after Federation X C.E.O. Lars Magnusun and Alan Scott follows trying to talk sense to him. But they are jumped by The Legion of Men and brutally ambushed to the point of unconsciousness. All this building up to a huge brutal, venom fueled confrontation as Geno is being loaded into the Ambulance between Lars and Geno that had been brewing for well over 10 plus years. Then in another Twist, since Geno was spry enough to try and start a fight with Lars and Alan was up and going as well, Lars gave both Bromance and Team SBFF 5 mins to get in the arena and start the Tag Team Championship Match or else the Belts would be stripped. The rush to get to the Cage followed along with the unsuing chaos that followed with The Legion stepping in and once again creating an all out brawl that wound up being a cluster of magnificent proportions. Geno was locked in the cage, Gilgamensh entered the scene to help The Network battle the Legion and Lars. Lars Powerbombed Haley from the stage through a couple tables and Geno threatened to kill Lars for the millionth time as well as silently vowing to make him pay if it was the last thing that he did.

Team SBFF won both in the Sims and in RP in a fairly good margins to retain the Federation X Tag Team Championships

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide



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[size=200]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]



[size=200]TRIPLE THREAT LADDER MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Jaysen suffered an undisclosed injury at Polarity, and has been forced to abdicate the championship. His outgoing request? A triple threat match to fill his vacated title. He named these three specifically as people he felt deserved to get a shot, and Lars has decided to humor the former champion and schedule the match. The belt will be suspended above the ring, and there will be all manner of ladders surrounding the ring for the participants to use. The first person to get the belt wins.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x ladder. Matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: Death Dealer jumps out to an early SIM lead, but leaves a post and 2 bonus points on the table. Jessi swoops in with her usual strong match action and takes advantage of the opening to regain the Harbinger title. Mandy put up some quality work early on but life kept her away after day 1. Winner and New Harbinger Champion - Jessi

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi


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[size=200]6-MAN TORNADO MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Are the rumors true? Are EGO Inc. back in Federation X? If they are, they're in for one hell of a fight, but they'll have some big back-up in the form of HourFather. The Timewalker must have gotten a lift last week when he saw Gilgamesh arrive, but at Storm Warning his job will be to help Ego Inc square off with two members of Legion, who have been assigned Swingblade as a partner. It's a team that could and should give anyone cause for concern.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x std. Matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: The story going into this match is, how would the odd man on each team work together with the established tag team. Hourfather showed good teamwork, but Amp and Emissary didn't do enough to help him. Not surprising. Amp is bound to be confused with Emo going nuts. It's hard to be a proper sidekick to a crazy man. On the other side of the ring. Swingblade managed to have a lot of chemistry with Legion, despite his late start. Pariah, Wrath, and Swingo dominated on the sims and on the board as well, but Hourfather kept the match competitive.

Winners: Pariah, Wrath, and Swingblade

FINISHING RIGHTS: Hourfather



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[size=200]DOUBLE RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: What is a double rankings match? On each team 1 member is in the TV division and 1 member is the in Harbinger division. The winning team will see both of its members get the higher ranking spot in each division, while the losing team will see its members both get the lower ranking spot. It's really just that simple. Work together and win. fight each other and lose.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x std. Matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: Matt McDervish's shrew of a wife called him back to Connecticut for her third cousin's hairdresser's dog's birthday party. Being the truly whipped husband that he is, Matt obediently got on the plane and went home. (Seriously, Matt contacted me and is take a week or two off for family issues.) That left Chance to take on Carnage and Omega by herself. Honestly she did herself proud. She held up her end of the RP and won the sim thanks to an injury win over Omega. But the rules are that both players have to RP and SIM, so your WINNERS are Carnage and Omega.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance


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[size=200]TV DIVISION RANKING MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Hoe best to open the action on this card? How about a showdown between two of the business' most talented. Both of them SHOULD show up in the Main Event, but who knows if they will? In any event, they're booked to open the show with a match that has the talent to steal the night. It all depends on whether or not they both show up.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x std. Matches to be simmed on the 11th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: Dispite Stryfe showing up and providing some Mic work, Crowe was a No Show. Saddly this Match never happened. Stryfe gets the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stryfe


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[size=200]FACE TO FACE DEBATE[/size]

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DETAILS: After a month of legal dialogue (is that what we call it?) Lars will finally meet Ov Terror live in the ring to open the show. The topic of conversation? Ov's lawsuit against Federation X!
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Live on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010 from [size=150]THE MTS CENTRE[/size] in Winnipeg, Manitoba.......

The [size=150]POWERBASE[/size] presents...



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[size=400]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=200]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP FIRST TO 3 FALLS MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Rumors are swirling that The Network is on the verge of signing with SHOW, and abandoning Federation X in the wake of Lars Magnusun's appointment. If they don't? Lars will get himself some payback on the stable by booking the champion against two of his top contenders, and stablemates in a match where the winner has to score three pinfalls or submissions over his opponents. How will Geno handle being in the ring with THE BEST THERE IS, and THE BEST THERE EVER WILL BE? Can he fend on Alan Scott, a man who hasn't seen a title shot since his historic championship run was ended? What about two-time champion Homicide? The young star could easily match Alan Scott and become the third modern era wrestler to win the X-Factor belt three times.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Lars

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponents 2x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.


RESULTS: This match started up with all three competitors having VERY strong starts. Truly great reading, setting the plot for the match. The three Network stable mates were dealing with having to fight one another and working through their plan. Geno proposed that they not take the match seriously and to not give in to what Lars wanted them to do (Tare The Network apart by fighting against each other.) Lars quickly made it very clear that if the tree tried to make a mockery out of the main Event and decided to have a "Sit in" that the X-Factor Championship would be stripped and the three would not get any other title shots in the foreseeable future. Alan Scott then spoke as the voice of reason and demanded that they do this match legitimately and allow the match to be competitive. The events started with The Legion members attacking Homicide before he even got to the ring. Then Geno came out and inserted himself and added the venom that would fuel the match, making sure that the younger two network members understood what they were asking for by wanting a legit match with the Hall of Fame Legend. The match action hit fast and furious, but was then quickly overcome with a slew of interference at the hands of Alister and Malice. The match started to break down a little in the middle and got into the cluster territory. But then pepped up a bit in the end. Lars managed to shove his nose in this match more than anyone would have liked. But in the end, this was a great match and these three did a hell of a job with the story that they had. It progressed things very well.


WINNER: Genocide

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=200]1ST EVER TELEVISION CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: With Lars renaming the X-Ecutioner division as the company's new TV Division, we will see the first ever defense of the newly sanctioned Television Championship in a triple threat SUBMISSION ONLY match featuring Eve Riley & Marlowe as the contenders who will get a shot. Malice will find himself outside of his normal element, being asked to wrestle a purely technical match against two of the most talented technical performers in the company. Marlowe makes his return after the injury sustained by his client Aaron Action, but one has to wonder how much his body can take. Eve is coming off of a difficult match at Abduction! and might not have enough fight in her to pick up the TV Championship.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x Submission. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.


RESULTS: The very first Federation X Television title match advertised the return to the ring by Marlowe. Unfortunately, due to Post Concussion Syndrome, (which is almost as serious as Fibia disorders) Marlowe was replaced by a very familiar illegal alien in a cockroach costume. Hola Chico (Marlowe's replacement) provided some good comic relief, but fell behind on the sims and the boards. He also kept going for pinfalls in a submission match. 20 bucks doesn't go that far nowadays. This match came down to Eve Riley and the masked champion, Villiano... who finally unmasked as Malice, which was the worse kept secret in Fed-X. Although the realization that he's been painting his face AND wearing a mask was pretty enlightening. After a phone call to Mandy and a reunion with Haley, Eve Riley was her usual sweet and innocent self, with her usual polished work. Malice, meanwhile appeared to have something to prove to the new CEO, and it proved to be a hotly contested match. In the end, Malice made up points on Eve, but not enough. Eve Riley is the NEW Television Champion.

WINNER: Eve Riley

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice


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[size=200]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP RUMBLE/LADDER MATCH[/size]

[size=150]OPEN BLITZ ENTRY RULES![/size]


DETAILS: Lars Magnusun doesn't believe in sissy wrestling, and he wanted no part of the Pure Wrestling Championship. Under the guise of Masked Invader #1 he defeated Nate Daniels for the belt at Abduction! and then he promptly retired it and reinstated the Bloodsport Championship. Now he has mapped out a match with the potential to have the kind of carnage around it that this division has long been famous for. The match has entry rules like a Blitz and elimination rules like a Rumble, before it determines its champion in a hardcore fatal fourway Ladder match. Follow the rules closely:

TUESDAY/: Blitz entry means that we'll start with one person in the ring, and thankfully we have a volunteer; Scorn. In order to qualify for the rumble portion of the match, you will have to score a BLITZ style victory over Scorn in a hardcore match. That means you'll have to post attacking him, then sim and get a win (just 1 will do it!), and then post pinning him. Here's the catch; each person who defeats Scorn and qualifies is now added to the list of people who may attack BLITZ style in order to gain entry into the rest of the match. So if Eve Riley defeats Scorn, and then you want to try and qualify, you may blitz attack either Scorn or Eve. This ends at 11:59pm Tuesday (board time is EST!)

WEDNESDAY/THURUSDAY: The top four are deemed to have survived in the rumble until the point at which the belt was lowered from the rafters, and the locks on the ladders at ringside were released. This now becomes a hardcore fatal fourway ladder match. Sim each opponent 1x Ladder & 1x ANY match type, and your first 2 posts (ON WED or THURS) will be scored and added to those results.

RP RULES: See above.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: See above - last round of SIMS may be done on Friday morning as well.

WINNER: Homicide managed to get out to an early lead in the SIM category, though he held only a slight edge over Scorn or Wrath, with the newcomer trailing by more. The roleplay scoring for this match is ultimately what decided the outcome, and when Homicide didn't get up a second scoring post on day two or three, he lost the belt to the man who did get both of his scoring posts in. Good solid work was done by everyone over the course of this match, and it was a terrific way to bring the classic belt back into circulation. Vic was too far behind to make up the ground so the push came down to Wrath and Scorn, and the allies really fought tooth and nail for the win. The final edge went to Wrath, who is the new Bloodsport Champion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Wrath.


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[size=200]EXCITEMENT CHAMPIONSHIP PARKING LOT BRAWL[/size]

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DETAILS: Haven't seen enough signs that Lars is going to fight title sponsor FoxNews on the 'family values' approach they are trying to implement? How about the fact that he has named the Excitement Division match as a parking lot brawl, with no rules save for the fact that the first team to walk out of the parking lot wins?

RP RULES: For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. 10 posts scored/team - minimum of 4 from each member.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULTS: Let's recap ... Matt and Stan vacated these belts. Aaron and Kashmir won them over Crowe and Stand didn't show. Matt and Omega won them over Aaron and Kashmir when Kashmir didn't show. And now Nate and Shane won them from Matt and Omega when Omega didn't show. For those playing in Vegas, put your money on who ever faces Nate and Shane in two weeks as one of the two (or both) won't show. Decent action for a schmozz of a match. Nice try for those who showed. Mandy's back. Brute Bernard made his presence known (and not just with the smell).


WINNER: and new X-Citement champs: Shane and Nate (Shate? Shaniels? Nane?)

FINISHING RIGHTS: NATE DANIELS


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[size=200]SUPERSTAR TOURNAMENT QUALIFIER MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Aaron Action bounced back from dropping the Superstar Championship to Royal Ryan Scott by picking it back up at Abduction! but after taking a serious beating at the hands of Kieran Crowe, he then went down to ringside to help Joe Power against The Masked Invaders, and now we get word from our new leader that Aaron will be out of action for the foreseeable future. The Superstar Championship has been vacated and a top contenders event is being arranged to fill it. Two men who are being considered due to some strong recent work are Kieran and Jaysen. Now one of them will earn a chance to cement their inclusion in the contest to fill the championship.

This will be a 30 minute iron man match, with hardcore rules.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. 6 posts will be scored.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: No INT.

SIM RULES: n/a

RESULTS: This match is one of those that could have been a classic, but there's not enough of it - even with a special guest appearance by The Amplitudinous Siiiiiiiiiiidekiiiiiiiiiick. If Kieran had been able to post more, the outcome might be different, but the winner of the match is Jaysen. I still want to know more about the mysterious, crying female in Jaysen's dreams, however. And no, Amp, it isn't Bobby Jones. It's John Paragon.




WINNER: JAYSEN


FINISHING RIGHTS: JAYSEN


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[size=200]HARBINGER DIVISION #1 CONTENDERS MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Jessi came very close to walking out of Abduction! as the Harbinger Champion for the second time. Before Storm Warning can come along, she'll have to prove she deserves another shot by going through one of the biggest legends in the company. Masked Invader #2 was revealed as HourFather, who it appears thought he was coming to Federation X for different reasons than to help Lars with a plot to take over. Manipulated by the new head of the Powerbase, Hour appears frustrated and ready to fight the new authority. Has he made too many enemies to be successful, or will people like Eve Riley, Jessi or Jaysen give him a chance to make amends? In either case, he'll have to prove he's ready to step back into the "big picture" by going through Jessi on his way to a shot at the reigning champion.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

RESULTS: This was a match had some really great moments and important threads that were running through it with Jessi trying to become more then "A HOT Girl in Training" pushing along the RP with Homie and a posiable heel turn. Hourfather starting a fight with Lars by sending Samite to"screw up the show." Eve stepping in to fight in his place. And the stuff from spun off that. There is more, but those are the things that stuck in my head. The trouble is that there was so much going into the match that it's hard to foucs of build on any of the threads. That out of the way it it was a good match, and welcome back to Hour.


WINNER: JESSIE

FINISHING RIGHTS: JESSIE


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[size=200]TELEVISION DIVISION RANKING MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: With the changing of the division comes an opportunity for two new bodies in Federation X. Swingblade has already proven that when he's on his game and focused he has what it takes to stand amongst the best in Federation X. His ability to commute was hurt during the Australian tour, but with the company back in North America Lars is hoping to show the man that his future lies amongst the best, and not in LA. Scorn is an unknown. After a surprising debut in which he joined Pariah and Wrath in attacking HourFather at Lars' direction, he has been relatively quiet. Will he show that we have signed another top tier star, or will Swingblade push him onto the back burner?

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Swingblade got buried on the sims, but that didn't stop him from turning in a decent match showing against Scorn in roleplay. Had it not been for the extra post that Scorn got up, Swing might well have taken the finishing rights in this match. It was a good effort from both men, and if they start to step up a little bit more, it could really bode well for the fed as a whole. Scorn wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Scorn.


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[size=200]HARDCORE BRAWL[/size]

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DETAILS: Yet ANOTHER sign that Lars likes his wrestling mean and nasty. He's booked two of the company's newest signings in a match with no rules. The expectation is that they'll fight until one man simply cannot answer the 10 count. This will be fought under hardcore rules, and the 10 count will be made anywhere in the arena. No limitations. Has Lars done his homework on Death Dealer? One can only assume that he knows who Wrath is beneath the cowl and is putting him right in his element. But Death Dealer may find himself at home in that situation as well.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 2x standard, 2x any. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

RESULTS:Wrath does not SIM, giving Death Dealer a win by DQ in another "could have been a good match" matches.

WINNER: DEATH DEALER

FINISHING RIGHTS: DEATH DEALER


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[size=200]3RD MAN IN CONTRACT MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: It isn't the normal standard to hang such a big prize in such an early match on a card, but in XBert & Emo Lars has himself a pair of men who have that "little something extra" to give. Almost booked as a handicap match, since Emo is up against a tag team (!!) this one is simple; the winner will get a blank 3rd man in contract that can be used at any time in the months of February or March. In order for the contract to be valid though, this match must achieve 8 posts, all at a minimum of 500 words.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Genocide

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.


RESULTS:Emissary is not a well man. His grasp on reality is slipping with each passing day... Xbert, meanwhile, was nowhere to be seen. Excellent work by Emo in what is the best damn no-show match you'll ever read. Props to Emo for maxing out against a no-show opponent, as well as Eve Riley, Pariah... and SIIIIIIIDEKIIIIIIIICK himself Amp even showed to give Emo something to work with. Emo couldn't have hit the 8 post mark by himself (well, I guess he COULD have) but thanks to the interlopers adding to the post count, Emissary earns the third match in contract and a guaranteed slot in the match of his choice.



WINNER: EMISSARY

FINISHING RIGHTS: EMISSARY


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[size=200]X-FACTOR RANKING MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: This one is a classic.

RP RULES: Standard match rules. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least three hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

SIM RULES: Sim opponent 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 4th, unless you are double booked.

RESULTS: Ov Never simmed, nor did he make it to the ring, and Haley did. Dud match.

WINNER: HALEY


FINISHING RIGHTS: HALEY
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