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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Sun Jan 23, 2011 11:29 am

Live on Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 from Sydney, New South Wales. ANZ Stadium (Olympic Stadium).......

The POWERBASE presents...





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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=200]TAG TEAM X-CELLENCE CHAMPIONSHIP [/size]
V.
DETAILS: THE MAIN EVENT will be one that both teams are very eager to see happen. The Masked Invaders had held a month long reign of Chaos over FEDX and have made it their business to stick their nose in everyone’s business, even The Networks. It just so happens that The Network had finally had enough and laid down a beating on the Invaders during last weeks Storm Warning Card. The Invaders will be looking for retribution and Team SBFF will be looking to continue where they left the Invaders, Bleeding and beaten inside the ring. But something tells me that this match will be more than just a Tag Team match. At the end of this match and this PPV, will Federation X ever be the same?

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 of your opponents 2x standard, and then use your final sim against either opponent any type. Partners cannot use their final sim against the same opponent. Matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: First, let me say if you haven't read this match, go and do so, for two reasons. First, four very good writers put on an excellent show, and second, your character might be mentioned.

All four competitors did some excellent writing for this match. The Invaders jump out to a big SIM lead, but then turn around and leave 2 bonus points and a post on the table. In the end, that was the difference in the match as the Champions took the opening and ran with it.

The winners and STILL Tag Team X-Cellence Champions: Team SBFF

FINISHING RIGHTS: ALAN SCOTT


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[size=200]KINGS CROSS BRAWL SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]
V.

DETAILS: We are blocking off a full 2 City block in “Kings Cross” for this Brawl. You will be in the mix of the locals who are there to have a good time at the Bars, Strip Clubs and the Hookers.
King's Cross has for a long time been known to most Australians as the drugs and red light capital of Australia. Most Australians who have visited Sydney at one time or another have wandered through the Cross, if only for a look at how the "other half" live and play. In recent years, however, this sleezy pocket of Sydney has started to evolve, albeit ever so slowly, into a richly vibrant part of the city. The strip clubs, topless waitresses, adult bookshops and tacky nightclubs are still there, but small, trendy cafes have sprung up on the fringes of the Cross that are attracting a different type of visitor. The Cross is most sleazy at night, when the bright lights come on and the action hots up. During the day it can look a lot less threatening.
Visitors to the area should be careful, especially at night, as people do get mugged here. The other thing to be careful of is the spuikers outside nightclubs: they can be intimidating and aggressive and have been a problem in recent times.
http://goaustralia.about.com/cs/sydneysightscity1/a/kingscross.htm




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: Lars

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: I really liked the way this one started. There were plenty of ways that these two could have taken this match. The use of Maverick was a nice touch. The Hookers attaching him was funny. The Dealer at the start was nice too. I did feel that Crowe miss a few great chances to hit a couple of nice set ups that Aaron Action had set him up with. I also felt that the RP kinda stalled out a small bit. The Copper and Pig interaction was fun to read as well. In the end, I felt that overall Aaron came with the stronger twists and turns that drove this match down the road it was headed. Crowe wasn't too far behind though. These two should be happy with their efforts nontheless.

WINNER: Aaron Action


FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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V.
The Commonwealth of Australia
DETAILS: Alan Scott is no stranger to open challenges... he once retained his Pure Wrestling Title against the Federation X roster... and you probably don't need to be reminded of Team SBFF's epic win over the entire population of Earth. (They won 9-0, in case you missed it) Considering that, Alan Scott's task doesn't seem as daunting. Some might even say Alan is the favorite. The only question is, who will show up to represent Australia? Crocodile Dundee? A boxing Kangaroo? Kieran Crowe seems unlikely to take the cause, turning his back on his homeland. Perhaps a long awaited reunion with Bubbles. Leave your lap dogs at home, fans. Or maybe... just MAYBE... Stan Daniels?


RESULTS: This Segment may very well be an instant Classic. Alan rocked the house tormenting the poor Aussie’s , then Crowe managed to stomp on their hearts even more. But at the end of the day it was the Aussie Hero, Stan Daniels who swooped in to save the good name of Australia. It was great to see him back, even if it was only a spot appearance. Here’s to getting him back in action here in federation X Soon. Great, funny read!


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[size=200]X FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP [/size]


V.
DETAILS: These are two stars who had developed what could be considered a father/daughter relationship, but that bond has been shattered. Genocide has gone out of his way to prove that he's a "big meanie", especially where Eve is concerned, firing The HOT Girls from The Network, breaking Chance's ankle, and most recently, running Faith out of Federation X... for GOOD. Eve hasn't been the greatest friend to "Geno-Bear", betraying Geno, and informing an opponent of his seriously injured neck before a match, almost ending his Hall of Fame career. This friendship turned heated rivalry will culminate in a match for the richest prize in Federation X. Eve won their last X-Factor Title match, but this match isn't a last minute addition, and Eve will not be able to handpick the match stipulations. Let's just hope Geno doesn't use his Powerbase influence to return the favor and tilt the scales in his own favor.


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 2x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.


RESULTS: Both Geno and Eve delivered very good reads and with a dead tie in SIM and bonus points, this one ended up being a close call. I was a little disappointed that Geno didn't sell Eve's Fox Network Clothing Requirements. I also felt like eve really didn't have a handle on the Masked Invaders. In the end it came down to half a point and Genocide narrowly retains his title. Overall, I would have liked to see a little more innovation in this match from two of our best roleplayers. Winner and still X-Factor champion: Genocide


WINNER: Genocide


FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=200]X-ECUTIONER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

V.
DETAILS: Two weeks ago, Malice shocked the world... no, not when he ended THE Streak and beat Johnny XS for the X-Ecutioner Title. It was shocking the way he let some masked goon named Villiano come in and take the glory from him... OK, we all know Malice is REALLY Masked Villiano, but due to legal problems, Malice has been unable to take credit for his first big win. Rumor is, those problems have been cleared up, and Malice isn't afraid to take a risk with his first defense, hand picking The King of Abs, The Chairman of the Board himself, Homicide. A man that already has a win over The Dark One. After struggling against The Network, Malice is going for two wins in a row. Will Homicide be able to stop Miller Lite's streak before it starts?


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 2x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.


RESULTS: In what started out as an intriguing match, Malice concluded his "wanted in Australia" storyline. He then went on to live by the new Fox News rules much to Homie's surprise. The interplay was good and the match was pretty close until Homicide only posted once on day 2 and not at all on day 3. Malice soldiered on and brings home the win. Winner and still X-Ecutioner champion: MALICE.




WINNER: Malice

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice

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[size=200]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]
V. V.

DETAILS: Jaysen, whether he wanted it or not was crowned the Harbinger Champion during last weeks Storm Warning Card. Mostly do to Positive Joe Power not being able to compete because he was brutally taken out for hinting to the fact that he knew just who the Masked Invader’s identity was. Thus getting him an all expenses paid trip to the hospital. Now Jaysen wants a chance to win the harbinger Championship out right and fairly with Joe and Jessie in the ring. Can Jaysen put another win on the board here?

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 2x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: In what was a pretty entertaining match from these three opponents and Masked Invader #2 adding where he saw fit, it was Jaysen driving home his very first legitimate Victory here in Federation X to become the true Harbinger Champion!

WINNER: Jaysen

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jaysen


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[size=200]PURE CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

V. THE BLITZ
DETAILS: Following in the footsteps of his Network stablemate, Nate Daniels has volunteered to put his Pure Wrestling Championship on the line against any and all comers. Honest Alan came out of the match unscathed, still the champion. But Alan didn't have to deal with two very angry Masked Invaders like Nate might have to. Can the Seriously Sexy Superstar repeat Alan's impressive feat? Or will Captain Vanilla melt under the pressure.



RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: All Normal Pure Championship Challenge Rules apply Except the fact that you can Challenge as many times as you have matches for. And you just can't challenge twice in a row. Simming iand Challenges are open Tues/Wed/Thurs: http://www.lordnoron.com/fedx/Pure.Wrestling.php?prim_id=0


RESULTS:

WINNER: Masked Invader #1

FINISHING RIGHTS:

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[size=200]PAID PROGRAMMING BY OV TERROR & HOLA CHICO’S LAWYER[/size]
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DETAILS: Ov and Hola Lawyer has paid for some time during this segment of the Abduction PPV. This should be interesting to see what he had to say.

RESULTS: We all are the winners here. Ov, PLEASE continue! We are all waiting the trial. Very funny stuff, we want more! If you have not read this, please do so.




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[size=200]TAG TEAM X-CITMENT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]
V.

DETAILS: Aaron Action has a chance to get his Superstar Title back later in the night, but first he has to worry about a Tag Team X-Citement defense. Kashmir was impressive in the title win, but the Hardcore Hobo was nowhere to be seen last week in Melbourne. Maybe there was a long line at the soup kitchen. Their first defense is against a brand new team, as two men return from absences, one short, one lengthy. Matt McDervish gets another shot, but this time Omega will be his partner. If Matt and Omega can find the kind of chemistry that OVER / UNDER had, it could be a long night for the champs. The first team to win is the team that collects 6 ounces of their opponents valuable bodily fluids. No, just kidding. But that would be fun.


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.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.


RESULTS: Kashmir no shows this match too and automatically gives the Tag team X-Citment Championship into the hands of Omega and Matt McDervish




WINNER: Omega and Matt McDervish

FINISHING RIGHTS: TBD by Grayson


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[size=200]SSC wanted to fight an Injured Haitian[/size]

[center] V.

DETAILS: SCC made the request to face an injured Haitian at the Abducted PPV. So now he gets what he wants. Lets see how this on goes. Will SCC show up, or will he allow the injured Haitian claim victory via a no show?

RP JUDGE: Geno

RESULTS: In the shocker of the century... both competitors actually showed up here tonight. Both an injured Hatian, apparently sponsored by Genocide and The Network... and, that's right... STUNTMAN COLT CALHOUN actually showed up. And the REAL shocker is, he made it to the ring in his FIRST post. It usually takes him seven. True story. Perhaps Mr. Smith would've overlooked his no-sell of Injured Hatian being in a stretcher... but we sha'nt. In SCC's one night only match, he jobs to an injured Hatian. How did we get him to agree to that?

WINNER: Injured Hatian

FINISHING: Injured Hatian


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V.

DETAILS: The Legacy to Be made a very impressive return to action in the Superstar Title match, but it wasn't enough to pick up the win. What affect has that had on the already seemingly fractured psyche of Emissary? That's a good question, as the man hasn't been seen since the Superstar Title match ended. We have been assured he will make it to the Pay Per View though, although we're not exactly sure who was giving us the assurances. Who will he face if and when he gets to Sydney? We're not exactly sure about that. With Shane Kinneas still out of action, rumor has it that auditions for her replacement are still on going. So... we're pretty sure this match will happen. Pretty sure.


RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 1x Standard Matches to be simmed on Jan. 28th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULTS: What there is of this match is very entertaining. Shane's new protégé apparently has the wrestling ability of Hulk Hogan and the body of a prepubescent boy. Not a good combination. Emissary is his usual self, turning in some solid RP work. Unfortunately, both competitors had technical problems.

WINNER: TIME LIMIT DRAW (Due to the Sim Issues: Lars made the call, if there is an issue, come talk to him)


FINISHING RIGHTS: Emissary


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[size=200]X FACTOR RANKINGS MATCH[/size]
[center] V.

DETAILS: Kashmir requested a singles match, thus double booking himself. Well, he wanted it, so here we go, It wouldn’t be a PPV without Haley attending would it? So, a X Factor Rankings Match it is!

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 each opponent 1x Standard Matches to be simmed on Jan. 28th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.


RESULTS: DOUBLE NO SHOW/DUD MATCH



WINNER: N/A

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/A

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[size=200] FOUR CORNERS STRAP MATCH[/size]
V.

DETAILS: We need more Xbert in our lives and we really like what Swing has done this month. So we got these two in a good old Strap Match. A 10 foot leather strap will link these two to one another during this match at all times and the first one to touch all four corner posts consecutively and without interruption will get the 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: Geno

RESULTS: We finally got some insight into the mysterious origins of Xbert, and it really shed some light onto Herbert and Robert's opposite personalities. On the other side of the ring, the rigors of competing in Federation X and the competition seems to be taking a toll on Swingblade. Very few have been able to successfully pull it off and stay at the top in each place. So far, Swingblade hasn't been one of them, and he knows it. Perhaps if he wasn't so busy in LA, he'd have known Krusher had been kidnapped last week. Two posts aren't enough for either of these two... especially considering that just averages out to one post apiece from the Xbert twins. Swingblade's sim lead was too much to overcome, but Xbert's interview and action is enough to gain him... errr, them, finishing rights.

WINNER: Swingblade

FINISHING: Xbert


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[size=200]CARD OPENER ROYAL RUMBLE[/size]

DETAILS: So if you do not have a match on the PPV Card, or even if you do, here is your shot to shine and open this grand FEDX PPV in grand style. This is an open invite for an Over the Top Battle Royal Rumble. The Winner gets a shot at the Harbinger Championship. This is an ALL RP MATCH.

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.

RP JUDGE: Lars

RESULTS: In a bummer of a match, it was Death Dealer being the only one that even cared to show up and easily claim a shot at the Harbinger Championship. I’m really Digging Death’s Entrance Vid though, way to bring back the Old School Kiss. Welcome to Federation X!

WINNER: Death Dealer


FINISHING RIGHTS: Death Dealer
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Re: Card Results 2010-2011

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:08 am

Live on Tuesday, January 19th, 2010 from Melbourne, Victoria. Rod Laver Arena (booked at the same time as the Australian Open this could become messy!).......

The POWERBASE presents...




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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=200]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP LUNA PARK BRAWL[/size]

V. MYSTERY OPPONET

DETAILS: Aaron Action prepares to break the blatted legend Storm’s Superstar Championship Title Defense record and we are not going to allow this moment to pass with just any match and just any opponent. Aaron is going to have to work for it and work for it he shall. He and his “Mystery Opponent” will be unleashed on Melbourne Australia’s own iconic Location! Luna Park! This place has it all! It an OLD TIME blast from the past. An Old Fashioned Amusement Park/Carnival/Circus and the place is massive!
“Melbourne’s Luna Park is a galaxy of amusements and sensations. From the jaw dropping, eye ball popping super thrill rides like the Pharaoh’s Curse, Metropolis and the Enterprise, to the exhilarating rides like the Spider, Twin Dragon, G force and Shock Drop, you’re bound to have an awesome time! “
http://www.lunapark.com.au/


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: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

This match needs to be added to the Legenday Rewrites section. If you didn't read it, you need to. This match is the highest scoring match I can remember judging in the last year, and stands out as one of the greatest matches I have ever read; and I've read some damn fine work. What makes this match so strong is that there is a real progression of story, with a constantly fresh introduction of subplot and interesting creative to keep your attention sharp and your interest focused. If I had any large criticism of the match, it would be that the overall action took a back seat in almost every post. There was almost always some important piece of action, but it was brief in comparison to everything else that was going on in the posts. With that pushed aside, the frantic feel you should have when you picture a struggle raging through an amusement park definitely exists, and it is a compliment to each writer that all of them manage to really cement that feeling in the reader. This was a terrific read, and could be used (in most cases) as an instruction guide on how to sell and progress (seriously....progression scoring was off the charts!) a story.


As some of you know, I make it my mission (at least with the biggest belts) to go out of my way to try and bring back the record holder if somebody is on the verge of breaking their record. I initially reached out to Maverick because his brother held the record, but events in his life wouldn't allow him to come in and face Aaron. Aaron's reign has been one of the most impressive reigns I've ever seen, and when we looked at who was the right person for him to have to measure himself against if he wanted the record, it really looked like it was going to come down to Aaron Action v Alan Scott (the #1 contender and one of the few Superstars that Aaron hadn't faced.) After the flat match that neither of us really got up for recently, I didn't think that that was a good idea, so I came upon the idea of him being booked against Team SBFF, and Geno and Alan blowing it off and turning it into a bet to see which of them could find a better substitute for their spot in the match. I didn't know when we introduced that angle that what we would end up with was an all-star main event.


Geno dropped the bomb first when he introduced the returning Legacy To Be, who came in off of months off, guns blazing. One look at his work reminded me of what we lost when he disappeared earlier this year. The man can make federations move. Emissary seemed sharp and focused and wasted no time in introducing us to Mungo, who became a staple of this story. He chowed creativity early, and sold well throughout the match, but I would have liked to have seen him add a few more creative elements for everyone to work with as the match continued to progress (which is different than creatively using the elements that were already there - he did that well.) Where Emissary made up some ground on his opponents was in his ability to get into a string of action and play it out in detail. His attention to action was superior to either of his opponents, even if it wasn't the focus of all of his posts. That strength kept him right in the fight to the bitter end.


Alan pulled a shocker as well when he announced that his replacement would be his cousin, and the roleplaying phenom known as Royal Ryan Scott. Like Emo, RRS had been away from the game for some time, and had really only agreed to put in the time as a favor to me. Still, just having him back was a real revelation and reminder of what the game misses when he's not playing. I think some people might find Ryan's division of posts into 4, 5 or more sections to be distracting or disjointed, but I didn't feel that. What I felt was that he was taking the time to make sure multiple aspects of the story were progressing at the same time, without mashing them together into the same space/time point in the story for the sake of convenience. And while I don't score on it, he made me laugh out loud on more than one occasion. Ultimately it was Ryan's selling which impressed me the most. He has an attention to detail that I admire, and he's always happy to reach back into the earliest parts of a match and pull out a little nugget of roleplay that was forgotten or pushed aside, and reintroduce it so that he can expand on it or enhance it. The only thing I would say about his selling that I wanted to see improved was his early selling of Emissary. Aaron had the same issue, so I'll comment on it as I talk about his effort.


And speaking of effort.......we've had an incredible champion amongst us and with the record looming in front of him, we didn't have a big match lined up. I made it my mission to give him a challenge I felt he could handle and after some contacts, suddenly the match with no obvious challenger had become a triple threat match that seemed stacked against the champion. Aaron didn't complain though, he just rolled up his sleeves and went to work. How good is Aaron Action? Look at the wake of defeated names he has left behind him during his reign. Like Ryan I felt that his early use of Emissary (mostly in terms of his speech) were a breakdown in his traditionally solid selling. As I read Emo's early posts, my inclination was that he shouldn't have spoken in any way that didn't reflect somebody with something very, very wrong with his mind. His thoughts should have been unfocused, and almost unrelated to the way in which normal people communicate. Aaron had a couple of other smaller breakdowns in selling that I found to be slightly unusual for the man who has made a career out of selling everything thrown his way. He did sell though, and in his selling he moved some very impressive plot devices forward. The end of his 5th post, in which Maverick appears in the funhouse was the BEST post ending of the entire match, and really brought a reader's smile to my face.


So who won?


That's really the question. With scores that were less that one tenth of a point separate by the end, we had the highest scoring match I have ever judged. Aaron Action.......I salute what might be the most impressive Superstar Title reign I have ever witnessed........even if it is not the longest one. In what I CANNOT call an upset, but I will call a surprise.......the championship will find its way around the waist of.......Royal Ryan Scott.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Royal Ryan Scott


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[size=200]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]
V. V.S.

DETAILS: The Federation X legend has had a dominating run with his championship, as you'd expect from a guy fighting above his weight class, if you will. Is tonight the night The Positive One inevitably drops The Harbringer Title to move on to greater pastures. Arc is coming off a win... over his own daughter. Via no-show. Not super impressive, but that's not really his fault. He's stepping up in competition, will he step up his game? Jaysen, though he is coming off a string of impressive appearance, improving with every match, is still looking for his first win... at least I think he is. I'll be damned if I can remember what happened at the end of the tag team match he was gracious enough to step into. Jaysen deserves the shot... will his first victory be a title match over a Fed X legend? It's the stuff story books are written about... if they wrote story books about pro wrestling.


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 your opponent 2x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 21st, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: This match had the potential to be a great one, with two talented veterans in Joe Power and Arc Kinneas, and a real up-and-coming rookie in Jaysen. Unfortunately, only Jaysen finds his way to the ring. It seems that Joe was taken out by The Masked Invaders and sent to the hospital to silence him. Arc's family troubles kept him away from the ring, leaving Jaysen standing there all alone. A big SIM lead and some quality RP made this a big win for the rookie, finally breaking into the "W" column for the first time in Fed X. The winner and NEW Harbinger Champion - Jaysen (although he said in his final RP that he didn't want the belt without a fight. I'm sure Joe will be more than happy to give him a rematch when he heals up.)
WINNER: Jaysen

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jaysen



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[size=200]TAG TEAM X-CELLENCE CHAMPIONSHIP W/ SPECIAL GUEST REFEREE XBERT[/size]
V.

SPECIAL GUEST REFEREE:

DETAILS: Team SBFF have been on a roll all month long and now they get to face the newly paired team by the Powerbase for a possible one match only, Malice and Eve Riley. You heard me, we have noticed something and we wish to utilize the control that we have to test it out in full force. Let’s see if Team SBFF can keep it rolling over the new team a week before the Abduction PPV.

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 each of your opponents 2x standard, and then use your final sim against either opponent any type. Partners cannot use their final sim against the same opponent. Matches to be simmed on the 21st, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Xbert gets 3 INTS. All other INT's are outlawed

RESULT: In a nice hig scoring match as far as points go the story line was interesting and full of twists, turns and surprises. The selling was solid and they all workd good together. It did show that Malice didn't have the time he wished he had to put into this match as there were surely points left on the table on his part. In the end it was Team SBFF retaining the Championship.


WINNER: SBFF

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=200]NO-DQ TAG TEAM RANKINGS MATCH [/size]
V.

DETAILS: It's been rumored that The Masked Invaders are on a collision course at Abduction with The Greatest Tag Team in the World... EVER. Possibly with a the Tag Team X-Cellence Championship on the line. They look to have momentum, but the team of Nate Daniels and Homicide will prove to be their biggest challenge to date. After all, Bromance may be The Network's #2 Tag Team, but they might also be the second best tag team in the world. The Masked Invaders fancy themselves hardcore brawlers. Let's see if they get beaten at their own game in this no disqualification 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

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 1x standard and 1x Hardcore, and then use your final sim against either opponent any type. All matches to be simmed on Jan. 21st, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: Homicide puts his new found wealth to the test by trying to change the stipulations on the match, but the Powerbase was having none of it. With broadcast negotiations coming up, Homie and Fox News didn’t have the power he thought in controlling Federation X. So the match went on as planned, a no-DQ brawl that saw tons of blood, pain and two refs taken out. The Masked Invaders had a slight lead in SIM, but Nate and Homie came back in RP. In the end score came down to just two points. Bromance pulls out a win against the Invaders in what was a somewhat disjointed read. I would like to see the MIs work on selling not only their opponents but each other. The Bros were a little less entertaining than normal. Winners: Bromance
WINNER: Bromance

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels



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[size=200]X-ECUTIONER RANKINGS FATAL FOURWAY [/size]
V. V. V.

DETAILS: After dropping the X-Ecutioner Championship to Malice, Johnny XS gets a shot to stay at the top of the rankings with a X-Ecutioner Division Rankings Match up with not, 1,not 2, but 3 other opponents. Crowe and Stan Daniels and Swingblade who has impressed us over the last few cards.

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 1x Standard Matches to be simmed on Jan. 21st, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: In what turned out to be a battle of just two of the 4 opponents booked in this Fourway, Crowe and Swingblade were the only ones that cared to show up. And Stan as AWOL and Johnny VX couldn’t bring himself to leave his hotel room where he was laying into the nose candy. In the end it was the Ganja smoking pair getting with some ring action that never really got too fired up and passed around.

WINNER: Kieran Crowe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe



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[size=200]CARD OPENER[/size]
V.

DETAILS: In a match that should hopefully get the night kickstarted in a hurry, Kashmir takes on Jessi. Kashmir is coming off the biggest win since being drug out of the gutter by Marlowe, and Jessi is in line for a possible Harbringer shot at Abduction. Let's put them in the ring together and see what happens... OK, not in the ring, exactly. You see, the thing is, there's a chance because of some lame tennis match, that we might not have time to get the ring set up before the broadcast starts. But we can't stop the show to wait for them. So pinfalls and submissions will count anywhere inside of the ring area. Any interference with the crew setting up the ring will result in an automatic disqualification.

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 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the Jan. 21st, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

RESULT: The card opener turned out to be a snoozer. Jessi does some solid work, but she's just playing with herself. Actually, playing with herself probably would've been a little more entertaining, but kudos to Jessi for posting with no opponent. Jessi wins by a no-show.

WINNER: Jessi

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi
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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:10 am

Live on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 from [size=150]SUNCORP STADIUM[/size] in Brisbane, Queensland.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]TAG TEAM X-CITEMENT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

-–v--

DETAILS: Injuries can ruin a company.

A last second freak accident has injured Matt McDervish on the eve of a mandatory title defense and the champions have been stripped of the belts. That news would normally shake a division, and possibly a company, but The Powerbase has turned tragedy into opportunity! The newly redesigned X-Citement Division has just had the championship belt pushed to the main event, as the company pairs Australia's native sons in a bid to claim the gold against the tandem of Aaron Action & Michael Kashmir. The match will continue as planned, with a Championship Tables match, in which the match doesn't end until BOTH members of one team have been put through a table. ONLY tables are legal foreign objects for this match, where count-outs don't end things, but disqualifications do!

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: Krusher

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: What could have been a match of the year candidate, with some of the best writers in the game - and Michael Kashmir (love ya, Mikey) - turned into a cake walk for Aaron and Kash as life reared its ugly head in the general direction of Stan Daniels.

Crowe does his normal top tier job, setting up an angle for himself for the next two months. The pacing, dialog and and action are strong as you'd expect from Kieran. If his partner had shown up, this might have been a very different match. Spying on Chance and Eve cost him a hundred points, though.

Aaron is on top of his game, intertwining his own story with those of the other characters and doing an excellent job of selling what everyone is doing. Aaron knows his strengths and he sticks to them, writing his usual tight dialog and solid action.

Kashmir is slowly but surely working himself back into form. His dialog improved over the course of the match, and the switch from 1st to 3rd person helped the flow of his posts. A bit more length to his posts would help round out the storylines he is pursuing, but overall a commendable effort from Kash.

The winners, and new Tag Team X-Citement champions are Aaron Action and Michael Kashmir.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP 2 OF 3 FALLS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: After winning the number one contender's match on Storm Warning, Eve Riley now gets a shot at winning her unprecedented (since the reopening) fifth X-Factor Championship, but in order to do it she has to step into the ring with her former tag team partner. The two women claim that they are still friends, but that will be put to the test as Faith will be asked to defeat Eve not once, but twice in a two of three falls match. Will she do what she needs to do in order to hold on to the record setting championship she won from Homicide?

Also, what about the rumors in the back that Genocide is working feverishly to change the match in some manner?

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 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the Jan. 14th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: The Powerbase was informed at the last minute that Faith would be retiring. Your new, 26 time World Champion.......GENOCIDE.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=150]FAMILY FEUD MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: How do two performers who haven't turned in the best work rate in the business in recent weeks find themselves so close to headlining a card? It's easy......the natural heat that can only come from a family. With three members of the Kinneas clan now circling the fed, and so much confusion over what each of their agendas are, the booking team wants to get some clarity and they want to do it in front of the world. This match will be fought with hardcore rules, since we know families never pull their punches.

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 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the Jan. 14th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: INT only from Kinneas Family characters.

WINNER: This match almost had it all... a touching father/daughter moment. A tense stand-off between Nate Daniels and the man who gave him his break in the business. The only thing this match was missing was... well, a match. Shane is out with an injury. Arc beats his daughter via no-show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Arc Kinneas


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER CHAMPIONSHIP CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: We're not sure how he did it, but Johnny XS has managed to make sure the 'official' record book shows a clean series of wins moving him through the end of 2009 and into 2010 as the X-Ecutioner Champion. The Streak and the belt go on the line against a dangerous opponent though, as Matt McDervish's injury causes him to forfeit his title shot back to the man he defeated to become the official #1 contender; Malice! Will Miller Lite be able to raise his game and finally break through in what has thus far been a frustrating battle with his former stable?

Malice has until 6pm today to name the stipulations of the match, otherwise those rights revert to Johnny XS.

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 4x ?????. Matches to be simmed on Jan. 14th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Malice.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice.


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[size=150]TAG TEAM X-CITEMENT DIVISION MATCH-UP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This is exactly what the Powerbase were thinking about when they made the radical changes to wrestling's newest tag team division. Four exceptional talents, in a match that could easily steal the show. How will the unfamiliar tandem of Chain Reaction and Homicide work? Can they measure up against two men with a history of tag team success in Alan Scott and Swingblade? The match will be fought under Tornado rules, meaning that all four men are permitted in the ring at one time, but that count-outs and disqualifications are still a viable end to the match. Will one of these teams emerge as a front runner for a championship match at Abduction!?

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: Living Dead Girl

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER:

FINISHING RIGHTS:


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[size=150]PURE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP SUBMISSION ONLY MATCH[/size]

--v-- --v--

DETAILS: After being derailed when it looked like she would win her first championship, Yuki Miyazaki is now getting her shot at the Pure Wrestling Championship that she won at the last Ground Zero, but she isn't getting it alone. Also challenging in the triple threat submission match is Jessi. With Nate Daniels' history as an exceptional submission wrestler, both women will be in for a challenge in their efforts to pry the Pure Wrestling Championship out of his hands.

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 each opponent 2x submission. Matches to be simmed on Jan. 14th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: With Yuki unable to compete, and a slight 2 point sim edge going into the match, what this really came down to was the fact that no action started going until each competitor's last post of the match. Why does that matter? Because action is one of the things that Jessie does exceptionally well, and without it, she had a hard time trying to make up ground against Nate Daniels. Nate knocks out his typically strong stuff, managing to throw in a confrontation with the Masked Invaders to add some story creativity to the match (which could have used more of that kind of thing.) In the end, Jessi cannot catch Nate, and although it remains reasonably close, Nate leaves with his belt intact.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels.


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[size=150]TAG TEAM OPENER[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Last week they literally raised havok at Storm Warning, as The Powerbase signed and unleashed two men without disclosing their identities to the wrestling world. Even active wrestlers Genocide and Matt McDervish were unable to pry the real names behind the masks out of their fellow Powerbase members. This week they join each other as a tag team for the first time, in a match against Jaysen & Alice Kinneas to open the card in Brisbane. The winning team will win "3rd team in" rights for the Tag Team X-Cellence Championship match at Abduction!

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 of your opponents 2x standard, and then use your final sim against either opponent any type. All matches to be simmed on Jan. 14th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Another good performance from the rookie looking to score his first win, but it was all for naught as Alice doesn't find the ring... kinda works out, being she isn't on the sim site. Eve Riley makes a guest commentary appearance, and is there to beg for Jaysen's mercy in the middle of a brutal beating. The Masked Invaders offered none, making short work of the very game rookie. One thing, above all stood out in this match. The Masked Invaders' love of large, centered font.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jaysen
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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:12 am

Live on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010 from [size=150]THE WESTERN AUSTRALIA CRICKET GROUNDS[/size] in Perth, Australia.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP HARDCORE MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Matt McDervish was doing some digging through the company's booking history during the long flight to Australia and do you know what he found? On three separate occasions Genocide had been the #1 contender to the Superstar Championship and all three times he had requested that the booking committee (which at the time did not include the Traveling Secretary) pass him over for his title shot. Matt found it strange that Geno passed up a chance at gold, and found it stranger still that he didn't seem to want any part of Aaron Action. Naturally that meant that Matt pulled some strings and made sure Geno would have no choice but to headline the company's first card 'down under.'

Matt didn't stop there though! Once he completed that, he reached out and got a second contract to compete in the match. He knew the value of good marketing to open the tour and he knew that he could maximize fan interest by putting somebody else in the ring with Aaron and Geno. KIERAN CROWE! The Australian Icon gets a shot at the Superstar Championship. Can Aaron use his hardcore history to his advantage to defend against these two epic opponents? An entire nation is waiting to see.

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: Grayson

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: It could have been the Superstar Match that defined all future Superstar Matches. At the end of Day 1 it looked like it might have been exactly that, as all three men were scoring very well and progressing a story with twists, turns and superior dialogue. Day 2, or rather the late part of Day 2, is where the problems seemed to start. On both of the last 2 days you can see that all three men got up a post in the last hour of the match. That much jockeying to write in constrained time showed in the results. Honestly, I don't know who would have won if those posts had been done at 3 in the afternoon and not rushed at all. What I do know is that I saw a couple of trends that hurt scoring in the latter part of the match. Kieran and Geno were both afflicted with shorter, faster hitting posts, which robbed them of the chance to introduce new creative to the story, and left them with just enough time for some action selling and dialogue. The result was some lower scores for them while Aaron was still going more robust posting. Edge to Aaron there. The creative from Aaron seemed to slow down as the action picked up as well, which kept him from pulling away from his opponents by too much. It was possible going into the last posts for any of the three to win, and Geno made a bit of a push by introducing something new to the story in his last post. The problem was that it was too little too late, and Aaron's last post (poor as it was compared to his early work) was barely enough for him to squeak past Geno and Kieran.

Kieran's final post was scored because his opponents were gracious in wanting it included.

All in all, a terrific read, that fizzled a little in the latter stages because of what appeared to be everyone fighting to post inside of an hour on both days. Could have been a match of the year candidate if that hadn't happened. Geno remained his standard awesome self, and Kieran proved that he could hold down a main event, and take the Superstar belt if he pursued it.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP LADDER MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: At Ground Zero she defeated Joe and Dan Haven to become the official #1 contender to the Pure Wrestling Championship, but as the company touches ground in Australia, newcomer from Japan Yuki Miyazaki will get her first title shot in a rematch with Joe Power for the Harbinger Championship. As two of the most dynamic performers in the company, all they'll have to do in order to win is climb a ladder and retrieve the belt. Ladders of all shapes and heights will be available at ringside for 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: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x any ladder. All matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: The match started with some excitement, but internet problems limited Yuki to one post and no SIM. Winner - Joe Power

FINISHING RIGHTS: Joe Power


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER'S DIVISION #1 CONTENDER MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Everyone wants to be the one to put an end to THE STREAK, and both of these men are certainly top candidates to do that. With rumors circulating that it technically ended on New Years Eve, and denials coming out of the Network, there is added incentive for Malice and Matt should they become the #1 contender and get the shot at XS next week. The winner will also get to name the match stipulations!

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 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: So the match starts with Malice with a warrant out for his arrest. . Malice with The HOT Girls help made it into the country, and tied up the angle for the time being and gets to the arena, and the ring in post number 2. Malice is GREAT he sells and is ALWAYS working. I needed to say that as I like to give credit where it is due. His RP has gotten better every week. Matt on the other hand is a very good writer, but when I read the work it seemed at times as if he was talking down to people. He is great at setting the stage, but if you're a face and you seem like in narrative to be talking down to the readers it is annoying. That and he needs to work a bit on pacing. Having the "crowd" chant "This is wresting" at the start of the match seems out of place. RP gives Matt the edge to win it.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt McDervish


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[size=150]ALL NETWORK TAG TEAM X-CELLENCE CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: It was supposed to be a week off for the tag team champions, who reclaimed their belts in the rematch against Over/Under on the last Storm Warning. Then Johnny XS walked into the booking meetings and demanded that The Bromance NOT be passed over simply because both teams were Network. He gave some kind of explanation, but it really just sounded like he was pissed off at Genocide. In any event, two members of the #1 contenders will be facing the greatest tag team in the world............EVER; Nate Daniels & Johnny XS!

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 each of your opponents 2x standard, and then use your final sim against either opponent any type. Partners cannot use their final sim against the same opponent. Matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Team SBFF

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]X-FACTOR DIVISION #1 CONTENDERS MATCH[/size]

-–v–-

DETAILS: Eve's partner in Intoxicated Hotness dethroned the champion last week at Ground Zero and shocked the world! Now the road back into the title picture goes through The Girl You Dream About, and everyone's going to see if Homicide is willing to do whatever it takes to get back into a match with Faith. The match will be a hardcore, no time limit, last man standing battle. The first of the contenders to be unable to answer the standing 10 count will be the loser! The other will become the #1 contender going into next week.

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 4x any. Matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT RP rules

WINNER: Well, if Eve Riley was still pregnant before this match, she wouldn't have been at the end of it. Though the competitors were free to use weapons in this Last Person Standing match, they kept it relatively clean... other than an accidental bodyslam onto the ring steps. In a match that featured appearances by Masked Invader #1 and the HOT Girl in Training, Jessi, both competitors fizzled out on day 3. The theme of the match would be 0-3, as a sim lead and the only post on day 3 wraps it up for Eve. Despite the slow down at the end, still great work by both Eve and Homie.

At the end of the night, Eve Riley is the #1 Contender for the X-Factor Championship... and if it wasn't for a certain 25-Time World Champ in possession of a Match Veto, she'd probably even get the shot.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=150]LUMBERJACK MATCH[/size]

-–v----v--

DETAILS: Three of the brightest new talents the company has signed in a long time are booked together in what is sure to be one hellacious match! With members of the Australian National Rugby team, nicknamed The Wallabies, surrounding the ring to act as lumberjacks these three will compete in what could easily be the match of the night if they go all out.

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 standard or hardcore. All matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: The match set up some interesting stories. The war between Jessi and Faith has been joined by Shane. Arc Kinneas showed up to flatten his daughter. But then Shane disappeared from RP. that left Jessi, Swingblade (and Faith and Arc) to carry the match. Jessi was down one point on SIM, but made it up and pulled away with good selling and nice action. Swingblade did a good job on action, but didn't contribute much to the story. In the end, the Irish Beauty won in what could have been a great match that turned average. Winner: Jessi

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi


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[size=150]X-FACTOR RANKING MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Who is the mysterious Masked Invader #1, and who the hell signed him to a contract? Rumors are circulating that he was the man who got involved in the last Storm Warning, attacking the out of control match at the behest of Richard Grayson and The Powerbase. Now he shows up in the standings and is dropped into a rankings match against the returning Michael Kashmir, and the rankings match expert Haley. Will he show? If he does.....will anyone be able to figure out who he is and why he's come to Federation X?

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 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: A solid debut from Masked Invader #1 and re-debut for the Hardcore Hobo (you can use that if you want) Michael Kashmir. Haley, she was a lazy cunt. Who, I may point out, is married to a nuturing, giving lover. And VERY consistent... Kashmir takes a big lead on the sims, and hangs on with good work on day 2 and 3. In his return, "Homeless Heat" Michael Kashmir takes home the win. And here's hoping to a better showing in next week's X-Factor Rankings match for Haley.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Masked Invader #1


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[size=150]TOUR OPENER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Based on the success of one of the Kinneas girls, the other got a contract. The question is whether or not she can live up to it and put on a top notch showing against Chain Reaction or Jaysen. Two weeks ago Jaysen opened some eyes, but he's been very quiet since then. Will the debut of the company in Australia fire him up and get him back into form? Will it simply become the veteran's match as Chain makes a statement that he's ready to move higher onto the card and start carving out a spot here in Federation X?

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 each 2x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 7th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: First Alice no showed. There was not a match here, but what seems to be the start of something good. Chain seems to have lost his mind it was liker he was on a slow burn. Starting with an odd interview with Shelly that ended with a superkick to the jaw. Jaysen was next and stepped into the face role perfectly, and carried it through checking on Shelly, and trying to talk to Chain which led to a beatdown from Chain to the newcommer, and the ref before he left. Jaysen was GREAT in this match its ashame no one has given him a shot. HOPEFULLY that changes. On the other hand I have to think that if Chain can build off this I think he coul be an asset to the fed. Jaysen wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jaysen
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