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Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:16 am

Live on Monday, December 28, 2009 from [size=150]The Palace Of Auburn Hills[/size] in Detroit, Michigan.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP SUBMISSION MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: A week ago Faith shocked many people when she upset the X-Factor Champion in a non-title match. It was a street fight, and it played right into her hands though, and the big question on everyone's mind is whether or not she has what it takes to defeat the champion when the gold is on the line. We're going to find out, as Faith gets her title shot at the champion in a match which plays to his strengths this time; a submission only 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim 4x submission. Matches to be simmed on the Dec. 30th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: The match was closer than a quick look over the sims would suggest to you, as Homicide closed ground in the roleplay department. Still, overcoming a four point lead against somebody who does a good job of pacing the match is difficult to accomplish. In the end, despite his best efforts, Homicide isn't able to score the five extra points. It might have been different on another week, when he was at full activity, but this wasn't that week. The match never reached its apex, but it was a good read. Both writers played to their strengths, but I didn't see a lot of innovation in the story. The outcome?

A new champion for 2010.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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

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DETAILS: He's been tackling everyone in the Network except for the one man who made him angry enough to quit the organization. Now Malice will finally go one on one with the greatest and most decorated member of his family in a family feud match that allows any member of the Miller family to get involved. We'll see if any of them are going to take sides in this little war.

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 standard. Matches to be simmed on the Dec. 30th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: INT only from Miller Family characters.

WINNER: Genocide

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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

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DETAILS: When Geno stood up in the booking meeting and argued that Shane had earned herself a title shot, a lot of questionable looks went around the room. Some members of The Powerbase believe that Geno was simply guaranteeing that his partner in crime, Johnny XS, would complete 2009 with an undefeated streak. Geno swears that Shane is the best equipped person to give XS a real run for his money and make sure that The Streak really means something when the year finally comes to a close. We're going to find out, because they're going to contest for XS's championship inside a steel cage!

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

Last time I was hard on XS, but this time I think he was at his best. The “match” starts with Johnny cutting am interview announcing he was hurt and not going to wrestle, and the rest of the match is all about XS in “scramble” mode trying to find a way to NOT have to face Shane. Johnny XS was great in showing The Network like I remember them back when they started. I did not care for the racial humor, but that is XS, and the “speed of a Puma cloraform rag” are minor complaints. Shane was out posted by Malice in the match, and most her posts seemed more about her seeming like a badass then anything else. In the End the STREAK rolls on

FINISHING RIGHTS: XS


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[size=150]PURE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP #1 CONTENDERS MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Swingblade may be defending this week, but the company wants to see more action for their 24/7 wrestling championship and as such they have decided to name a number one contender heading into the new year. Riding the high of his win over Jessi to become the Harbinger Champion last week, Joe is primed for a chance to keep moving up. Standing in his way are Dan Haven and newcomer Yuki Miyazaka. Haven has been cleared to wrestle, but nobody is quite sure if he's going to turn into the force that his reputation says he should be. Yuki is a new signing, fresh from some time in Federation X's Japanese sister company NJPW X, where she caught the eye of Von Braun during a recent series of matches against the champion Dirty Gaijin. Will she or Dan upset the Harbinger Champion to become the #1 contender?

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on Dec. 30th, unless you are double booked.

When you see the names Joe Power, Yuki Miyazaki and Dan Haven attached to a match, you know the writing is going to be top notch. A few of the posts were short and a bit rushed feeling, but the writing was as good as I'd expect from these three. Time understandably gets short at this time of year, and the match suffered from it. The match itself didn't start until the last day of the card, which is disappointing, considering that the competitors are among the best match action writers in the game today. Yuki takes a big lead on the sim and adds to it with the most consistent posting of the three. Winner = Yuki Miyazaki



FINISHING RIGHTS: Yuki Miyazaki


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

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DETAILS: Despite the claims of Team SBFF, Over/Under are still the Tag Team X-Citement Champions and they'll defend them this week against the unusual and daunting tandem of Intoxicated Hotness. Can they deal with the Whiskey Fueled Bitch and The Girl You Dream About? It's a match where the championships are suspended above the ring......but it isn't your classic ladder match. You see........the winners will be the two wrestlers who come down with a belt, but there is nothing in the rules that says it has to be two wrestlers from the same team!! It'll take a lot of work to make sure that nothing goes wrong as the tandems try and leave as champions!

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: Von Braun

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

In yet another underwhelming match on this card (maybe we should take off the week between Christmas and New Year's Day), Over/Under retains the X-Citement belts. The match was interesting with Eve and Chance taking out Faith so that Meng and The Barbarian could take the match. But Faith only posted once, leaving her team in the lurch. I was a little disappointed that no one made mention of "pregnant" Eve getting drunk. Winners: Over/Under



FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt McDervish


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[size=150]KING OF THE RING REMATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: In the second round of the King of The Ring, Alan Scott defeated Aaron Action narrowly to move on to the semi-finals. Since then Aaron has set out to prove he's more than a one trick pony by leaving the BLoodsport Division behind and taking up residence as a daunting Superstar Champion. Now the two of them will meet in a street fight (between two abandoned tenements in a Detroit slum) and one of them will win the right to dictate the terms of the other's next title defense. Let's just hope things don't get as crazy as last time folks!

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: Francis F. Cartier

Well folks in what should have been a huge popper of a match ended up turning into more of a fizzle. Both men show up and get to work but sadly thats about as far as this one went. Alan runs into an old friend who is now homeless, as well as Arron running into a young man and sees just how much of an impression he's made in one young mans life. In the end this one ends up being Awesome Arrons match. Taking it both in the sims and in RP.




FINISHING RIGHTS: Awesome Arron Action.


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

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DETAILS: Swing faces a real challenge in his first defense, as he runs into the ever dangerous technician Nate Daniels and newcomer to the scene, Jaysen. No tricks or gimmicks in this one, just a straight up triple threat match in which the first person to score a pinfall or submission wins the 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: Genocide


A match that could have been so much better considering the talent (or potential in Jaysen's case) saw no posts on day 3. Captain Vanilla gets off to a big sim lead, as well as a slight RP lead, but leaves the door open thanks to a bad case of bronchitis... which I'm pretty sure is inflammation of the vagina. Fortunately for Nate, neither the rookie nor the champion takes advantage, and Nate Daniels uses his technical superiority to bring the Pure Wrestling Championship back home to The Network.



FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Nate Daniels


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[size=150]CARD OPENER[/size]

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DETAILS: Two of them were on rolls, but the holidays have knocked them off a little bit while the third is newly signed and looking to turn some heads with his debut. They'll be opening the show and looking to set themselves up for a chance to win a 3rd Man In Contract. All they have to do is total 10 quality posts between the three of them and somebody will get to put themselves into any title match they want. That and get the crowd fired 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: Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim each 2x standard. Matches to be simmed on Dec. 30th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Thrown out

FINISHING RIGHTS: Crowe and Chainy each get a post up, but no sim results posted from either cost them an easy win. Match thrown out.
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:19 am

Live on Monday, December 21st, 2009 from [size=150]SAN DIEGO SPORTS ARENA[/size] in San Diego, California.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two weeks ago Over/Under shocked the world and upset the tag team champions to unify the company's two sets of tag team titles, injuring Alan Scott in the process. Now, just two weeks later there are serious questions about whether or not the former champions are physically capable of performing, but their manager has made sure they're going to get their shot no matter what. In a match which will have extra referees at ringside to avoid the confusion that took place last week, with each side getting to name one qualified referee prior to the start of the match, and Earl Cronkner acting as head referee within the ring.

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 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: First impressions: Stan Daniels started off by setting the tone for the match. Alan Scott followed up nicely and added his own piece to the drama. In the beginning of the match though, I felt as though Genocide was acting as a supporting character to Alan and Stan’s show, rather than adding another layer to it. Matt McDervish’s early work, while good, did nothing to contribute to the meta-plot that Stan and Alan had started. Too many times, Matt did little to nothing to advance things. This changed later on though, as he started the plotline which eventually lead to the climax of the match, but I can’t help but feel he changed too late. Also, I was not a fan of how dominant Matt seemed to make himself at times, and would recommend to him to add fewer highlight reel moments in his matches and lean more toward better paced action, though this did not impact the score heavily. Genocide started out weak in the beginning, but found his footing mid-match and held his ground.

In the end, this match was all about Stan and Alan. The two played off of one another rather well, and while Alan seemed content to follow Stan’s lead, he did so in such a way that it fit perfectly with the progression of the story. His last one raised many questions, leaving us wondering several different things, which could all be used to create new angles, so that helps, but not crucial to the scoring of the match.

After crunching the numbers, the final decision is, by a gap of only four points, TEAM SBFF!!!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]HARDCORE STREETFIGHT[/size]

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DETAILS: Take the X-Factor Champion and put him in a match with one of wrestling's all time greats and you get yourself a hell of a match. Put him somewhere WITHOUT a ring, and let them simply fight it out to see which of them can actually make it to the ring to win the match? You get yourself the kind of ratings that sponsors die for.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar 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 post cap.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: The outcome of this match was decided on the sims as we see Faith upset the reigning X-Factor champion in a non-title match. Could it lead to a title match down the road? While I didn't get the normal level of input from either of these two performers that I'm accustomed to seeing (nobody reached 4 posts!) what I did get was a look back at the kinds of hardcore street fights that were almost commonplace in the original Federation X. Homicide set the tone by sending out The Punisher's former enemy (although he didn't acknowledge this in his writing) Barracuda to unleash his black rage on Faith, who provoked the poor bastard by talking down about 'moors. The match was actually one of the efforts I have most enjoyed from Faith in a long time. I would like to see a touch more selling of the suffering she puts her body through, to balance her enormous ability to endure pain. Maybe read a little more about how her tactics are forced to change as her injuries mount. The match, while very entertaining, read a little bit like a comic book on both parts. Which is good if you happen to know how much I like comic books. Homicide did his usual solid work, although I would have liked to see more from Jeff, despite the twist of somebody else fighting for him. The strain of hearing his father constantly attacked was a thread of thought I think could have had more legs. In the end, the finish goes to Homie largely because too much of Faith's first post had nothing to do with progression of the match, and pertained to awards and deaths. Otherwise the rp would have been much tighter.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Barracuda.


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[size=150]THE STREAK CONTINUES?[/size]

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DETAILS: Last week Swingblade defeated Kieran Crowe to capture his first Federation X championship. Only seven days later he's going to get a shot at something even more prestigious! A chance to end.....THE STREAK. Since his return, Johnny XS has gone undefeated!! Just ask him, and ignore the liquid paper he's applied to the record books! So many others have taken their shot and come up just a little bit short; Eve Riley, Faith, Chance, Kitty Hawke, Adam Draven and more. Swingblade will get one of the last two chances in 2009 to stop THE STREAK.

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 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: This match took on a couple of interesting twists that both men used fairly well to drive the storyline. Swing got off to a bit of a slow start, and his dialog went a bit wooden at times, but once he got into the match, he showed flashes of what I know he's capable of. Johnny came out swinging, and added two more wins to the Streak as well as doing some solid work for the match. The sim basically decided this match, and Swing just couldn't make up ground on the RP in this well-played match. Winner and STILL Streaking - Johnny XS

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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

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DETAILS: Jessi won the vacated Harbinger Championship at last Storm Warning, but now she's about to get her first real test. Joe Power is a force with a long string of wrestling championships in his past. The one thing Jessi can count on? He'll play it straight, and there won't be any cheating. Unless the rumors are true, and the cure that brought back the Real American Hero was only temporary, and could fail at any given time.

That would be terrible!

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. All matches to be simmed on the 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: This was a pretty good wrestling match. Not a lot of "Story or Heat" going into it, but given the holidays and it was Face vs Face. Prolly made it a hard match to build upto. Still bothe people did a good job. Jessi's prematch chat gave a view into what Emma Frost thinks about Eve's partner. The action was good as well. I think Jessi could add some detail and pacing to her work as she hit an inverted DDT at the start, but those aside I think it was a good effort. Joe did his normal work. I think he might of been able to do more if Faith was more active in the match as the selling of her was fun, and added to the match. The Sim gave it to Joe running away, but the match never read one sided and moved well. There was a mistake when Joe called Faith Chance. Beyond that I think both did well...

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi


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[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP VR MATCH![/size]

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DETAILS: Once upon a time Krusher acquired the ultimate VR system; a holo-deck. It was the site of one of the company's most interesting events, and we still get a huge ratings bump whenever we replay it. At great expense we've arranged to use it again, and this time in a best two of three falls match with a slight twist; each competitor has submitted one scenario, and the Powerbase have submitted one. By random draw Aaron's scenario has been chosen to go first. When the first fall is scored, the second scenario will begin. In the event of a tie-breaker, The Powerbase scenario will be used.

Good luck to both of 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

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Standard INT RP rules

WINNER: This was a fun read. Both wresters played off of one another very well and really embraced the spirit of the match. Aaron takes the lead early on, but Eve takes it right back by having Geno Fudd shoot her dead. Yes, you read that right. The match continues on this path and only gets better when we segue way into Star Wars. Both competitors continue playing off of one another well, and neither one seems to have much of the edge, although Han SOLO was a nice touch. In the end, Aaron sold just a teensy bit better, bringing more life to Eve’s twists than she brought to his, and that is what put him over.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]LADDER MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: The newest Powerbase member made sure that this one slipped by Geno's radar; a new Network associate in the ring with somebody who isn't overly fond of The Network and is more than happy to deliver that message in person. After running roughshod over people for the last week, will Shane be able to survive Malice?

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 ladder. All matches to be simmed on the 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: (Sorry, big X-Mas Eve dinner to prepare for.) Quick results: Shane has a giant SIM lead. Malice holds his own, but can't make back that many points. Winner: Shane

FINISHING RIGHTS: Shane


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[size=150]TECHNICIAN'S CHALLENGE[/size]

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DETAILS: Both men are noted for their pure wrestling ability, and were the topic of a recent debate amongst the Powerbase, which lead to a bet between Geno and Matt. The bet? That each man was so technically adept that if given a list of moves, and a series of point values for those moves based on complexity, style and impact, they would be able to outscore the other one in a twenty minute match, where move execution and not pinfalls or submissions would determine the winner.

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 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Nate won the match on the sim, and due to some scheduling conflicts, the match kind of died out early. The early efforts from both Nate and Kieran were solid though, and they gave us a taste of how solid a match-up they could be when both men were running at full steam.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels.


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[size=150]WELCOME BACK OPENER[/size]

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DETAILS: This week the company welcomes back both Dan Haven and Mandy by asking them to open the card and flash some of the brilliance that got them their contracts in the first place. Let's see if they can put on the kind of show to open the night that makes the whole evening a pale imitation of their 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: Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the 23rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: I didn't bother with the results for this match because nobody simmed, and only one showed up to post. Match thrown out, but a nice job by Jayden to step in and get involved.

FINISHING RIGHTS: n/a
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:21 am

Live on Tuesday, December 15, 2009 from [size=150]US BANK ARENA[/size] in Cincinnati, Ohio.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP 1ST BLOOD MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: It has been heating up between these two, as Malice seems to have focused in on Homicide after his failed attempt to take a pound of Alan Scott's flesh. His war against The Network isn't slowing down though and after last week's interruption of the celebration for X-Factor Scramble winner Homicide, Malice has managed to secure Eve Riley's title shot from her in return for a very simple thing; 15 minutes in conversation with The Positive One. What does all of that amount to? How about the nastiest of matches, and two men who DO NOT get along?

A standard match with only one way to win; drawing your opponent's 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim 2x standard, 2x 1st Blood. Matches to be simmed on the Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: There were some unexpected sim results on this card, just like there were on the last card. After Homi managed only a dead split down the middle in his matches, Malice saw the sim turn angry and kill him in every single match. That turned a tight competition into a wide open slaughter, giving Homicide his first ever retention of a major championship. There will be a party in The Megasuite tonight.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Finishing rights were actually much harder to decide than the outcome of the match. While Homicide is still the tighter technical writer there was a lot to be impressed by in the improving level of Malice's work. His introduction of creative themes and the way he keeps readers wrapped up in his emotions through the match are both strengths that he should continue to develop. Both men make solid efforts to sell what is set on the table in front of them, and there is give and take in their action, without being afraid to take a moment and dominate, which every match needs. I like that neither man wasted time getting into the match, and that they used it as a means to further enhance their heat. I think Malice could use some more practice on some of his commentator dialogue, but it didn't hurt him too badly because its an area that I think Homi is still growing in. So who's going to get the rights?

Malice.


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[size=150]MIXED TAG MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: Faith hasn't been shy about targeting the Network's biggest source of power right now; Genocide. With his appointment as the player rep on The Powerbase, and his apparent association with The Powerbase's most influential member, Faith knows that by taking the fight to Geno she's in the best possible position to impact The Network. With a pay per view not coming until Mid January, she'll get to cross swords with him for the first time this week, but both of them will have a partner. Geno will be working with the most recent person to give The Network a shot at their soul, Shane Kinneas. The daughter of Arc Kinneas clearly has an interest in Nate Daniels and The Network, but is she ready to be in the ring with the female fighting machine known as Faith?

For her part Faith will get a partner she knows all too well, and has never much cared for; Positive Joe Power. Faith has always disliked Joe almost as much as she has looked up to his father. Can they overcome that dynamic to take a win away from The Network? Maybe, but that will all depend on if they can properly navigate the rules......which say that Faith isn't allowed to be the legal man in the ring when Geno is, and vice versa. Any tag made automatically switches the legal man for BOTH teams.

Men v men, and women v women. Damn! It almost seems like Geno had a hand in booking the match, doesn't it? But there IS a caveat; the winner will get to decide who their opposite (men to men, women to women) will face at the PPV!

RP RULES: Standard Superstar 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 post cap.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: Sim the person on the opposing team who is the same gender as you 4x standard. Matches to be simmed on the Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: The SIM decided the winner in crushing fashion; Genocide & Shane. But....

FINISHING RIGHTS: Faith


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

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DETAILS: It's THE STREAK v THE BELT as these two men will wrestle a best 2 of 3 falls match to determine the winner. After another win last week, we'll find out if Johnny XS can ride his incredible winning streak all the way to 2010, or if Adam Draven, the newly crowned X-Ecutioner Champion is going to end the streak and cement his spot as a top tier champion in the company! And as if these two needed anything else to fight about, there is always the issue of somebody chemically castrating somebody.

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 2x standard & 2x any type. Matches to be simmed on Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: This match was a clusterfuck plain and simple. The subplots took the main stage. There was an Ed clone and what "Match action" I saw was not what I expect from either guy. Adam needs to learn to deal with twists and not plow through them. XS I'm not sure what to say. When he wants to he can be one of the best heels in the game all time. In this match he seemed to want to do comedy, but it just was not funny. In the end Johnny's bonus points all three days wins him the belt.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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

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DETAILS: Swing must have impressed somebody last week, because when the ruling came down that Alan Scott would need time to heal his leg after the Tag Team X-Cellence title match at Storm Warning, he was immediately chosen as one of the two competitors that would compete to replace Alan as the Pure Wrestling Champion. His opponent? None other than Alan's former nemesis, and longtime Network hater Kieran Crowe. With submission as the only way to win this, these two men will each get a chance to wrap some gold around their waist.

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 Submission. All matches to be simmed on Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: This match started slowly, but once the shameless twitter commercials ended, the action picked up quickly. Both competitors did an excellent job setting up the match and getting into it, and the match action was good from both sides. Unfortunately for Kieran, Swingblade jumped out to a huge SIM lead that proved to be insurmountable. The winner and new Pure Wrestling Champion - Swingblade.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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

–v–

DETAILS: It's a rematch, but this time it's going to take place inside a steel cage, and the only way to win will be for both members of a team to get both feet on the ground outside the cage. After upsetting both of The Network's highly touted tag teams in recent weeks Over/Under will now have to step back into the ring and cement their spot as the greatest tag team in the world......TODAY. The only unified champions in Federation X history will start out with a daunting challenge as they face The Bromance first.

The Bromance (XS, Nate & Homie) have until their second post of the card to determine which two members will compete for the belts.

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: Von Braun

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: In a match that seemed to be stuck in the same gear for most of the way, we saw the return of Jerry Wilson as the Network's newest employee. But I'm guessing he'll be the Networks newest former employee after this. Matt McDervish joined the Powerbase (?) after Hans stepped down. And in the end, OVER/UNDER squeak out a win by a mere point. Winner: OVER/UNDER

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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[size=150]BOOKING RIGHTS MATCH[/size]

-–v-- --v--

DETAILS: Every month we get a number of requests to give the workers more autonomy when it comes to their booking, and every month we (wisely!!) say NO!! Geno really wanted us to give his fellow employees a chance, so we have agreed to do that. We're just not going to do it with the people he suggested. Instead we're going to give three people who have shown themselves to have a terrific work ethic the chance to book next week's Storm Warning. The winner will get the job, although the card will have to be cleared by Grayson.

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: Francis F. Cartier

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: This one was very close on the sims between Eve and Jessi. On RP it was also very tight as all three made some solid RP's for the most part. There were a few issues I personally am not fond of but over all it was solid work. The difference basically comes down to the RP's left on the table so to speak. Jessi doesn't max her opportunity which allows Eve to pull the victory out from under her in RP. Those bonus points count and really did so here. Aaron would have had to pull something godlike in RP to win this as the sims kick him in the proverbial nuts. Next time use the out Karma and women go hand in hand .... LOL


FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=150]LADDER MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two big men have invaded our ranks, and both come for very different reasons. Drake didn't want to be here, but was lead here by a friend and the promise of fame and wealth. Arc came because he was searching for his daughter Shane. With both men on the roster, we've booked them into a match which will give us a pretty good idea of which of them is closest to taking that next step. Common logic would say that Arc, with his history, would be the frontrunner, but Drake has a little extra youth, and power like we seldom see. We've booked them in a ladder match to see just how ready they are for a real battle.

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 & Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 2x standard & 2x ladder. All matches to be simmed on Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Double no-show. Thrown out.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Not applicable.

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[size=150]CARD OPENER DIVA MATCH[/size]

--vs-- --v--

DETAILS: We got a brief glimpse of Anna last week but haven't seen much work out of her since. We'll find out if she can step up her game in this Diva Match, where she'll be in the ring with Mandy, who has just returned from a vacation, and the icon Haley! After months of getting complaints for booking Haley in too few X-Factor Ranking matches, we're going to make some special rules just to make Haley happy. If she loses this match, she drops in the X-Factor Rankings. If she wins, she gets to stay where she is.

See? We're more than fair to Geno's wife!

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 & Genocide

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x standard. Matches to be simmed on Dec. 17th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard INT rules.

WINNER: Only Haley showed up. Haley wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley.
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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:28 am

Live on Tuesday, December 8, 2009 from [size=150]THE MELLON ARENA[/size] in Pittsburgh, Pensylvania.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=150]GRUDGE LUMBERJACK MATCH[/size]

–v--

DETAILS: Eve wants some revenge on Johnny XS for the psychological games that he’s played on her in the past month. Johnny wants to be able to get a boner again (but that’s beside the point). The two will face off in out main event in a LUMBERJACK match. Each person much name four lumberjacks to participate. ONLY named Lumberjacks may interfere.

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: Francis F. Carter

SIM RULES: Sim 2x standard, 2x any style. Matches to be simmed on the Dec. 10, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Only Lumberjacks may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Excellent match all around even if the match action was somewhat limited. But considering the situation and the dynamics of the match itself its perfectly understandable. As for RP scoring it was less than a point difference here. Both maxed out their post count extra points so that was even. If not for the interference of Homicide this one would have been totally different. Winner of the match Johnny XS.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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

--v--

DETAILS: Nate Daniels has become the number one contender to the Superstar belt and has challenged Aaron Action. Aaron has stated he’ll defend the belt against who ever the Powerbase puts in front of him. Tonight he’ll face Nate “It isn’t Lightning because that’s how quick I am with the ladies” Daniels in a falls count anywhere match. Oh, one last thing. Homicide and Adam Draven may not get physically involved in this match in any way. Doing so will result in severe penalties.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar 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 post cap.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Anyone, but the respective tag team partners may INT (under the RP INT rules)

WINNER: Let me just start off with the strangest of facts; I really didn't enjoy this match at all, and yet the scores were solid. Some of the people who have seen me breaking down scores know what a hard ass I can be in scoring, and that I'll hang people for the smallest things I didn't like. So they know that a set of scores above 3 is very uncommon for me. You would think that a match in which I have out a fair number of them would be a damn fine match, but the truth is that something about this match just didn't work. Aaron clearly didn't like the arc that Nate was progressing, and there was an undercurrent of struggle between the two men that interfered with the flow of the match. The final outcome was very tight, but there was no good reason for that. Either man could have taken control of the match simply by changing one thing he was doing. Nate took far too long (4 posts) before he got into any real action and it cost him. He was bolstered by his introduction of creative ideas in the early going, and finished strong. For Aaron, he wasn't his usual 'selling' self and he didn't add a lot of his normal creative twists to the match. He did stay focused on action and he did a better job of action and match progression early on. Dialogue from both was solid.

Aaron won the first 3 posts, and Nate won the last 3. But despite their excellent scores, both men could have done much better in my opinion. Aaron retains by a very narrow margin, in a match that (for me) is about what was missing, and not what they achieved, which was better than average.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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

--v--

DETAILS: The newly crowned Tag Team X-Citement champions get a chance at the real belts (as opposed the the made up ones that Geno and Alan gave Homie and Nate to keep them out of the title hunt) when they take on the self-proclaimed (okay, Larry Traylor proclaimed) Best Tag Team in the World … Ever. This is a standard tag match only the Tag Team X-Cellence belts are up for grabs.

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 10th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Over/Under

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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[size=150]30-Minute Iron Man Match[/size]

–v– -v-

DETAILS: Looks like Swingblade stepped off the plane to join Federation X and stepped into what could be a world of hurt. He’ll be facing the Queen of Hardcore Faith and the Chaos Bringer in a 30-Minute Iron Man match that will see if he’s ready for the the big time. … And just to make it fun, weapons are allowed.

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 Iron Man. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Swingblade makes his debut in Federation X, and who better to greet him than Hall of Famer Faith and X-Ecutioner Champion Adam Draven? The match gets off to a slow start with a few fits and false starts. Faith opens up an early lead but with his last set of SIMs Draven overtakes her and slams the door. The RP was a bit tentative, at times choppy and rushed feeling, but there were flashes of what the three are capable of. The winner - Adam Draven.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Faith


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP FOUR-WAY CHALLENGE[/size]

--v-- –v–
–v–

DETAILS: Once again the Harbinger belt was vacated and once again we need to find a new champion. Will it be the fiery redhead? Will it be the man who has the same name as his brother? Will it be the man who claims he doesn’t want to be a wrestler? Or will it be the highly touted newcomer? Let’s throw them all in the ring at one time and see who 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: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 3x Standard. All matches to be simmed on the 9th & 10th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: This match saw Max demand childcare for Federation X employees, Jessi get help from Nate Daniels of all people and the massive Drake needing help from a small red-head named Anna. Jessi struggled with Drake's size. Max struggled with the fact that he's not a wrestler. Drake struggled to understand the rules. In the end, Jessi's 6 point sim lead can't be overcome by Max's strong Roleplay. Winner and new Harbinger Champ: JESSI

FINISHING RIGHTS: Max Fabricator


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[size=150]GENO IN A BOX MATCH[/size]

–v--

DETAILS: What to do with Genocide? What to do with Genocide? … Oh, I know, we can put him in a cage and suspend him over the ring while Haley and Kieran Crowe battle it out to decide his fate. The winners gets five minutes locked in the cage with Geno in handcuffs. I’m not sure which one Geno will want to face.

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 type. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Kieran Crowe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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[size=150]X-FACTOR CELEBRATION[/size]

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DETAILS: The Network wants to have a little party for Homicide after his big X-Factor title win. And they want to share it with all the fans in the ring. So we’ll open Storm Warning with this big event. I sure hope no one spoils it.

RP RULES:

RP JUDGE:

SIM RULES:

INT RULES:

WINNER:

FINISHING RIGHTS: Highest RP score


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[size=150]DARK MATCH TAG TEAM CHALLENGE[/size]

&
--vs— &

DETAILS: All four men missed Feast or Famine for various reasons so the Powerbase decided to see how bad they wanted to be in Federation X. In this tag team challenge, the winners of the match will be able to book one match of their choosing on an upcoming card. It could be a tag match, a singles match or an all out brawl, but they two must decide together what to book.

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 10th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Thrown out.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Thrown out.
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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:30 am

Live on Tuesday, December 1st, from [size=150]THE SOMMET CENTER[/size] in Nashville, Tennessee.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP SCRAMBLE[/size]

--v----v----v----v--

DETAILS: The match will be held in the Elimination Chamber. Eve and Genocide will start the match, with the other three locked in Pods. The fourth Pod is the exit, which becomes important at the end of the match.So, the first two competitors start the match, and battle one-on-one for three minutes. At the end of that three minutes, one of the Pods will open at random and another competitor will enter the match. This will continue every three minutes until all five wrestlers are in the ring.

Then the match starts. Once the final competitor escapes his Pod, the timer resets to thirty minutes, and the match becomes a “Capture The Belt” match. The champion wrestles with the belt around his or her waist, and the other four competitors try to take it. When the timer reaches zero, the FINAL pod will open and whoever can gain possession of the belt and take it OUT of the cage to the floor will be the X-Factor Champion.

OOC – the match will work this way:

Day 1: Prematch posts will be allowed until 6pm. Any post after 6pm board time MUST be in the ring as described. At any time after 6pm wrestlers assigned to start the match in a pod may RP their pod opening and entering the match.

RP Rules - There will be a 2 post hard cap for scoring, plus a 1 point bonus if your posts are at least 3 hours apart OR separated by a post from another competitor in the match.

SIM Rules – SIM each opponent 1x Standard. Normal SIM scoring applies

At the end of Day 1 the two lowest combined scores (SIM and RP) will be eliminated – but they will still be in the ring and welcome to RP for finishing rights.

Day 2:
RP Rules - There will be a 2 post hard cap for scoring, plus a 1 point bonus if your posts are at least 3 hours apart OR separated by a post from another competitor in the match.

SIM Rules – SIM both opponents 2x Standard. Normal SIM scoring applies.

At the end of Day 2, the lowest TOTAL score (SIM and RP from both days combined) will be eliminated – but again, still in the ring and welcome to RP for finishing rights.

Day 3:
RP Rules - There will be a 2 post hard cap for scoring, plus a 1 point bonus if your posts are at least 3 hours apart OR separated by a post from another competitor in the match.

SIM Rules – Sim your opponent 4x Standard. Normal SIM scoring applies.

At the end of Day 3, the HIGHEST TOTAL COMBINED score will be the X-Factor champion.

Finishing rights will go to the highest TOTAL RP score over the three days. ANY of the five competitors may win finishing rights, EVEN if they were eliminated from the match on day 1 or 2.

RP RULES: See above.

RP JUDGE: Grayson.

SIM RULES: See above.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: What a match. With no interferences, it still managed to be one of the most hectic and chaotic matches we've seen in a long time. It was disappointing to see the people eliminated on earlier days disengage from the match, as it robbed the remaining competitors of the challenge of selling other posts than their own, but all in all both Homicide and Eve Riley (Faith) did a terrific job of moving stories along, and bringing new elements into play as the event progressed. Who was behind the malfunctioning pods? Why do things keep happening to make the Powerbase look like it's out to screw The Network? Did Nate really try and bang his sister? All great questions, but not as great as this one; WHO WON?

The sim decided that for us, when Homicide really pulled away on the last day with a massive lead. He and Eve went back and forth in the roleplay catagory, and were left to determine finishing rights by themselves when those who had been eliminated stopped posting. Homie's your new X-Factor Champion, but the finish?

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=150]PURE WRESTLING IRON MAN MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: When The Powerbase announced that Alan would be defending the Pure Wrestling Championship at Feast or Famine, there was a large lineup trying to make sure they were booked against him. The strange part was that none of them were concerned with the belt; they all just wanted a piece of the Last HONEST Man. The winners of that competition? Mandy and Malice. But each of them gets into the match with a stipulation. Alan will put the championship on the line. Mandy will put Alan's free will on the line. Malice would put the truth on the line. If Mandy loses she has to remove the curse she's put on Alan, returning his free will to him. If Malice loses, he has to agree to a public lie detector session, with Alan and Geno asking the questions. If Alan loses, he loses the title, remains trapped under Mandy's curse and will find himself in the lie detector while Cedrick Caesar asks the questions! And to make sure there is no doubt about who won, we're booking them in a thirty minute Iron Man match!

This is going to be.....the LAST HONEST 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: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x standard or iron man. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: Mandy's no-show turns this into a one-on-one matchup, but Alan and Malice step up and put on a pretty entertaining show. Malice gets his first taste of Federation X's big time, and he does a pretty good job of holding his own. Near the end of the match, though, his post quality started to slip, while Alan remained his normal work-horse self throughout. The difference allows Alan to overcome the slim SIM lead of the challenger to retain. Winner - Alan Scott

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: She's back and she's on a mission; to put The Powerbase firmly back in charge of Federation X. To do that, Faith has set her sights on taking The Network down a notch or two. Johnny XS is at the top of her list, especially after his recent exploits at the expense of Eve Riley, her new tag team partner. XS is in the midst of one of wrestling's greatest streaks, but stepping into the ring with an angry drunk doesn't seem like it would be at the top of his list of things to do. Too bad. Faith's got some pull at the moment, and she's going to get a match that suits her disposition these days.

She and XS are going to do battle in a cage.

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 2x any & 2x cage. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: Johnny XS

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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

--v--

DETAILS: The Network have been filing all kinds of papers with the company in an effort to get the second set of tag team titles legitimized by Federation X. No luck so far, but that hasn't stopped them from getting an unsanctioned title defense during Feast or Famine against Over/Under. Once upon a time these four men were a stable that had a bright future. Now the Broman Empire is gone, and Matt and Stan are primed to make Homie and Nate pay for their betrayal in the best way they can; they're going to take the Tag Team X-Citement Titles away from 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: Living Deadgirl

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: It was a good match that saw a new member of the powerbase named, Stright jackets, and more. In the end of the day Homicide was double booked and could not go all out for the match making Over under new champs

FINISHING RIGHTS: Over/Under


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

--v--

DETAILS: Aaron and Adam, after only one successful title defense, ran a very impressive marketing campaign trying to intimate that Team SBFF needed to face some of the other tag teams to establish their title reign properly. It would appear that Alan and Geno were listening, because they sent Marlowe to the Powerbase office with a very specific agreement; they were ready to face The HOT Girls. Not just any HOT Girls though. Alan and Geno hired a team of MIT grads to study the performance trending of The Hot Girls for the year of 2009, and establish which tandem were the very best version of the team. The answer? Chance & Haley! So after much deliberation, TEAM SBFF have decided that they will defend at Feast or Famine against The HOT Girls best possible tandem and determine once and for all which team is better.

As an unrelated aside: voting for douchebag of the month will take place during the match, with each qualified nominee recounting their credentials from the past month.

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: Francis F Cartier

SIM RULES: Sim each opponents 2x any. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: As expected Chance doesn't show up for this one. But a fun match to read none the less. Haley shows up (or does she?) and gives the boys something to work with as does Eve, but without Chance this was an easy one as The SBFF's sweep both tag title matches.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=150]NETWORK ASSIGNMENT MATCH[/size]

--v--[size=200]DAN ETERNAL[/size]

DETAILS: Markus Magnus, the man called Magnificent, has returned to Federation X, and all signs are that Genocide is ready to let him run with The Network once again. He was going to be directed at Dimitri for his first match with the company, but Dan Eternal is now standing where Dimitri once was. These two men are going to end up going at each other and we'll see where the outcome lands.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: Markus Magnus wins via default as Dan Eternal doesn't show. Markus does find himself at cross odds with an interesting newcomer named Drake though.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Markus


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[size=150]AARON ACTION INVITATIONAL X-ECUTIONER CHAMPIONSHIP TLC MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Aaron Action relinquished the championship under requirement of the rules, but he set up his own tournament to determine who would be the new champion. These three men qualified last week, and now they'll meet in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs match with the belt suspended above the ring and waiting for somebody to claim it. It's going to be a war!

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 opponents 2x ladder, hardcore or standard. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: All in all not the best work I've read from any of the three - not even the best this week. Draven takes a big SIM lead and neither Crowe nor Daniels can catch up in the RP. Winner and NEW X-Ecutioner Champion - Adam Draven. Although I almost stripped him for calling us EC.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Adam Draven


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[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP STREETFIGHT[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The little irish girl has gotten herself into a championship match against one of the biggest men in the company. Aaron Action has been tapped to defend the Superstar Championship against Jessi, and the streets surrounding the arena will be the venue. No rules but one; the first person to make it to the ring.....wins!

RP RULES: Standard Superstar 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.

WINNER: Jessi: She started out well enough, selling and reacting to Aaron’s story well. A very short interview hurt her score, in addition to missing a post(and potential bonus point) on the second day. The addition of Kyle wasn’t a bad idea, but one can’t help but feel as though she was content to sit back and let Aaron run the match. Her action was solid though, and this is one area that she excells in.

Aaron Action: Took charge from the beginning. Poor dialogue hurt his first post, but was quickly corrected in roleplay. From there, his match action is solid, but it is the interplay between John and Hank that really shines. From the allergic reaction to his selling of fighting Kyle, he offered interesting twists to the match.

The winner in a match that could have been more, Aaron Action

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: In an effort to prove they truly are the greatest team in the world.............EVVVVVVVEEEEER......Team SBFF have decided to defend the championships twice in one night! They're going to give the newcomers Broken Helix a shot at the titles. Being the generous guys they are though, they're going to let Striker & Athelstan fight each other for the Harbinger Championship first. They didn't want them to be too hurt to compete in their singles matches.

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: Francis F Cartier

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: An easy win for the B.T.T.I.T.W.E.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP DOG COLLAR MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: In a stunning twist, Athelstan will defend his newly won Harbinger Championship against his very own partner; Striker! The catch? The two men will be attached by a length of steel chain, attached to a reinforced dog collar that each man must wear. It brings back memories of the delightful showdown between Roddy Piper and Greg Valentine that cost Piper most of his hearing in that left ear! Good luck boys!

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 hardcore. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: Thrown out. Title stripped.

FINISHING RIGHTS: n/a


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[size=150]HARDCORE BRAWL[/size]

[size=200]CRIMESCENE[/size]--v--

DETAILS: Newcomer to the company Crimescene will get his first match against a man who isn't doing a very good job of actually fighting people. Word is starting to spread that boldly named Suicide may actually be a little bit of a chicken shit. We'll see if it's true, since there are no rules in his match against Scene.

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 hardcore. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: Thrown out.

FINISHING RIGHTS: n/a


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

--v--

DETAILS: Haley is the greatest ranking match performer of all time. OV is gay. What else do you need to know?

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. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Standard.

WINNER: Fuck Haley. Ov wins. Soloberry may be the 2nd greatest post of all time. It doesn't matter that Haley couldn't sim Ov.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:34 am

Live on Tuesday, November 24th, from [size=150]PHILIPS ARENA[/size] in Atlanta, Georgia.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]PURE WRESTLING INAUGURAL CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

[size=200]OPEN INVITATION CHALLENGE[/size]

DETAILS: With the retirement of Trauma due to medical reasons, there has been some debate amongst The Powerbase regarding the immediate future of the Bloodsport Championship. Von Braun has brought forth an argument that the company needs to focus more on the roots of professional wrestling and has nominated a new championship to take its place as our 24/7 challenge belt; the PURE WRESTLING Championship. Details will appear on the SIM site shortly regarding this belt's rules, but I can sum them up for you here; exactly like the BS belt with a couple of small changes:

1. ONLY standard matches may be fought.
2. DQ LOSSES mean automatic loss of the challenge (because that means you cheated!!)
3. DQ WINS means automatic win of the challenge (because that means THEY cheated!!)

What does that mean tonight? Well, Von Braun is going to start the night out by waiting for somebody to come on by and ask for the belt. That person will then have to face as many challenges as there are throughout the night. The person who leaves Ground Zero with the championship will be our first ever PURE WRESTLING champion.

RP RULES: Standard BS challenge posting rules.

RP JUDGE: Grayson. Anything under 500 words will be thrown out.

SIM RULES: Standard BS challenge sim rules, except for the noted details above.

WINNER: Alan Scott. It all started with Adam Draven, but once Scott got his hands on the strap, it was simply a steady line of challengers who couldn't take down the former X-Ecutioner Champion. Alan won five matches in the night, including two defeats over Stan Daniels; his apparent nemesis. Kieran Crowe struck hard, getting disqualified with a pair of glass tipped brass knuckles, and setting Alan up for somebody to defeat him. It didn't go down that way though, and the first ever Pure Wrestling Championship is now wrapped around Alan's waist.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]AARON ACTION INVITATIONAL ROUND 1 - MATCH 1: LADDERS[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Aaron Action briefly unified the Superstar & X-Ecutioner Championships before the company by-laws forced him to abdicate the X-Ecutioner Championship. With the Businessman in his corner though, Aaron came up with an ingenious way to relinquishthe belt; he's hosting his own invitational tournament, and these are two of the men he has invited to compete. The winner of this match will go straight to the championship match at Feast or Famine next week. This match? 1/3 of the finals match next week; a ladder 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x ladder or TLC. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: For a quick hitting match like this they sure did manage to get a hell of a lot going on. The outcome was never really in question. Johnny XS won when he pinned Draven. What?

.............

Well who the fuck booked a ladder match anyways? *sigh* It would appear that "technically" Adam won because he stomped XS on the sim. Big time. Both guys did a terrific job of progressing the match in a short period of time, and gave us some entertaining characterization of Acid Dead.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS.


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[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP GRUDGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Life's been a little bit rough on Eve Riley of late. Her partner is still not working, her puppy was somebody's lunch and she has had to watch some of her most valued friendships crumble. But it's not all bad news for the Girl You Dream About, as Eve is forging new allies everywhere she turns, as she prepares for the coming confrontation with The Network. Step One in that battle just got laid at her feet too. Eve is finally going to get her shot to step back onto the top of the mountain, a place where only Alan Scott has been as often as she has. With the win, Eve could become the winningest X-Factor champion of the new era. Standing in her way though is a man she once called Geno-Bear.

Wonder what she's calling him now?

No DQ's, No Count-Outs.

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. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The whole night turned out to be a Network chokejob. Who says they don't take their lead from Geno? Eve gave Geno a lead on the sim, and he gave it back to her in spades. Way to not even win one Geno! Eve Riley is the first modern era X-Factor 4x champion!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=150]AARON ACTION INVITATIONAL ROUND 1 - MATCH 2: CHAIRS[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Aaron Action briefly unified the Superstar & X-Ecutioner Championships before the company by-laws forced him to abdicate the X-Ecutioner Championship. With the Businessman in his corner though, Aaron came up with an ingenious way to relinquishthe belt; he's hosting his own invitational tournament, and these are two of the men he has invited to compete. The winner of this match will go straight to the championship match at Feast or Famine next week. This match? 1/3 of the finals match next week; a chair 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim each opponents 4x hardcore or TLC. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: With no posts from Dimitri, this one is a walk for Stan.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels.


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[size=150]ANIMAL LOVER'S CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Aaron was livid that Alan did what he did to Mandy & Eve's puppy and he petitioned the Powerbase for a chance to make the Last Honest Man suffer for his crime. Peta has sponsored a match that will put Alan at the mercy of some of the most dangerous animals in the world, and Aaron will get to decide when to let them get involved. In the match to end all matches, the Hell in the Cell style cage is surrounded by a moat - to be filled with Australian salt water crocs. Not enough? There is a trap door in the middle of the ring that when opened, could cause a wrestler to fall into the lion's pen that is positioned beneath the ring. Want more revenge on Alan? On each of the ringposts sits an opaque cage, and only Aaron knows what is inside. Aaron has been given full control over when the trap door opens and when the opaque cages open.

Can Alan get a pinfall without being thrown out of the ring, falling through the trap door, or being exposed to a natural predator?

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 opponents 4x cage. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Alan and Aaron both live up to their reputations as two of the best RP'ers in the game. In a shortened match, sometimes it's tough to get the same flow as a regular match, but these two make an enjoyable match out of a pretty unusal gimmick. Aaron builds a comfortable SIM lead as Alan chokes on almost as grand a scale as his SBFF. A valiant effort on the boards can't overcome the lead, giving Aaron Action the victory.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]AARON ACTION INVITATIONAL ROUND 1 - MATCH 3: TABLES[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Aaron Action briefly unified the Superstar & X-Ecutioner Championships before the company by-laws forced him to abdicate the X-Ecutioner Championship. With the Businessman in his corner though, Aaron came up with an ingenious way to relinquishthe belt; he's hosting his own invitational tournament, and these are two of the men he has invited to compete. The winner of this match will go straight to the championship match at Feast or Famine next week. This match? 1/3 of the finals match next week; a table 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: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: Sim your opponents 4x hardcore or TLC. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: There was not a lot of this match I guess you could blame the Holiday for that. There was a nice promo work by Suicide and Crowe did a little match action. The biggest thing I saw was 2 of the 4 posts seemed kinda short. Suicide sid well using first person, but he needs more then his Point of view of the action to put up a great match. Crowe wins the match.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Suicide


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[size=150]DATING RIGHTS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Homicide has done everything he can to make an impression on Jessi, and now he's going to get the ultimate sanction; defeat Jessi and she MUST GO ON A DATE WITH HIM! Lose to Jessi, and she can choose ANYONE she wants to send Homicide on a date with. Upholding the terms of the date (*short of anything explicit of course) is to be required by contract.

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 opponents 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Twists and turns and plenty of action make for quite a match between newcomer Jessi and rising star Homicide. A big lead on the SIM which Jessi can't overcome on the RP breaks "The Streak" and gives Homicide the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]HARBINGER DIVISION MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: No Seller's been getting himself into some tight situations lately, and this week's card shouldn't prove any different. He's got a shot to step past Mandy and position himself to be considered for the Harbinger Championship defense at Feast or Famine if he can take home a win over the spunky techni-color hottie. Mandy though has made it known that she considers the Harbinger belt her destiny in the company.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: I'm going to take this one out of PM's hands because the outcome is easy to nail down: No Seller wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: No Seller in a Johnny XS level crushing.


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[size=150]CHALLENGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Athelstan of Broken Helix put himself into a championship situation in only his second match with the company. While his partner is recovering from a mild knee strain, he needed a match. The call went out and The Network answered, sending in the veteran Nate Daniels to remind everyone impressed by Athelstan's rise to power that he wasn't yet a force in the company. Can Athelstan prove Nate wrong?

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: Francis F Cartier

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This was a well written match by two very good writers. Both left one on the table, but each made the most of what they did turn in. Faith made her presence known and called the entire Fed out to take down the Network after laying both men out. For Rp the scores were less than a half point difference, but the sims tell the story in this one. Winner of this one Nate Daniels.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]TEST MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two new 'Cides' in the company? One of them claims to be brother to the rest, while one of them seems to be having some trouble adjusting to his new role in the company. We're going to test Pest out against Malice, who continues to put in his time, but hasn't yet pushed himself to reach another level with the company.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Krusher threw it out, but technically Malice couldn't sim Pesticide, because he doesn't exist on the sim (which I suspect Krusher overlooked.) It wasn't a very good effort by Malice, but it did exist, so he technically picks up the lamest win of all time. Yes, I'm mocking him. I see his activity report for SHOW, so I feel comfortable doing this.

And he knows it!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice


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[size=150]TRIPLE THREAT DARK MATCH[/size]

--v--[size=200]MAX FABRICATOR[/size]--v--

DETAILS: After a week off, the company is looking for Lane to get back into action, and they've signed him to work with newly acquired talents Max Fabricator and Ellis Lagrange. These men certainly have the skills to steal the card, but how will they react to being asked to open 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

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 25th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Ellis didn't get much notice, and T.Moore is showing all the classic signs of a one week marvel (real shame too, because it was a hell of a week!) so this one really just became the Max Fabricator show. Max is stirring up dissent amongst the production crew, telling them they're more important than they really are. I mean.....them we can replace! Nice win Max.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Max Fabricator
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:36 am

Live on Tuesday, November 17th, from [size=150]THE TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA[/size] in Charlotte, North Carolina.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=150]8 WRESTLER LAST MAN STANDING BRAWL[/size]

--v----v----v----v----v----v----v--

DETAILS: The scramble is coming and the third and final 'open access' ticket is here. With Genocide already in as the champion and Draven in as the Rumble winner, one of the month's XCP's will get a ride in by Powerbase selection, leaving only this opportunity for a dance in the Main Event at Feast or Famine. Krusher has booked eight men to step into one hellacious match! What makes this match such a challenge is that the only way for players to be eliminated is for them to fail to answer a ten count. Nine times one of the toughest competitors in wrestling will have to be counted down before one person will raise their arms in victory!

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 1x using any match type. Matches to be simmed on the 18th & 19th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Any time you throw eight people into one match, you expect a certain amount of inadvertent no-sells as people often post within a few minutes of each other. This match was surprisingly free of that, with only a few small places where the narrative gets rough. A solid effort all the way around by some of the best writers in the game make this a well-paced, entertaining match. Kieran Crowe takes the lead on the SIM and manages to hold off the field with his RP. In yet another match where posts and RP bonus points being left on the table has an impact on the outcome, with only two competitors hitting the post cap and gaining full RP bonus, Kieran holds onto his SIM lead and takes the victory! Congrats, and welcome to the Scramble, Weedy!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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

--v--

DETAILS: After laying down for Genocide, Homicide has decided to go back to his championship roots and pursue the Superstar Championship recently won by Aaron Action. Von Braun seems to be the only Powerbase member taking issue with that and while he hasn't been able to convince the rest of the operations committee to get on board with him, he has been able to secure the rights to name a guest referee. Who is it going to be? That's a surprise for during the match! But I will say this; I hear whispers that it isn't the kind of guy to put up with a lot of horseshit. Tread carefully.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar 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 post cap.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: n/a

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the RP INT rules)

WINNER: Two of the best writers in the game prove once again why they're in the Superstar championship match. Both of these men know their strengths, and both play to those strengths. Homicide keeps the story flowing, never letting the plot lag. Homie's match action improves with each match, and is quickly becoming a strength. There were a couple of things that I had a bit of trouble following, including locking in a legal submission hold in the center of the ring and then using it as a bargaining chip rather than just trying to end the match. While it was an interesting twist, the rationale lost me. Aaron does his usual solid job, playing to his strengths with strong match action and smoothly flowing dialog. Again, there were a couple of areas where I felt he stumbled, such as missing Homicide's entrance, and regressing the timeline several times. Backing up and retelling a portion of the story from a different point of view can be effective, but when used too often what ends up happening is that storyline progression tends to suffer. Neither man spent a large amount of energy trying to come up with big, unexpected twists, with the surprise announcement of former Powerbase member (and possibly rehired?) Richard Grayson as special guest referee being really the main standout spot.

In the end, none of the small problems is real hindrance to the flow of the match, which could well go down as a classic. Both men did an outstanding job of keeping both the match and the story flowing, and both deserve to win the match. As we all know, however, only one of them can. In a tight match, the winner and still Superstar Champion, Aaron Action.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]TAG TEAM REVENGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: 3 Network members and little old Eve Riley. It almost seems like somebody doesn't like the poor girl, doesn't it? Except that two of the three Network members have a history with her that brings into doubt where they will stand in this fight. Will Nate hold back against her? Will Kitty betray her, or will she stand against The Network because of Johnny's actions? With so much intrigue swirling around these people right now, this match could turn into anything. I expect surprises!

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 Deagirl

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 19th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Kitty caanot make the match, giving XS & Nate the victory.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS


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[size=150]TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Can the rematch live up to the original? With Marlowe now clearly managing Team SBFF, do The A-Team have what it takes to go back into battle with the greatest tag team in the world............EVVVVVVEEERRRRRR? Geno and Alan haven't been shy about talking about the fact that they are back where they were always meant to be, and this is the chance that the A-Team will have to prove them wrong. Unlike the last time, there are no people swarming around ringside and making a mockery of the match. Just some straight up tag team action, which we all know will end up including a nightmare of interference. Doesn't it always?

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 19th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Team SBFF stomped on the SIM, and picked up the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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

--v----v--

DETAILS: Stan Daniels was forced to vacate the belt, leaving the title defense empty as well. We've filled it with three of the most qualified performers in the company today. Mandy has been on a quest for the belt for a long, long time. Will it be her night, or will newcomer (and smokin' hotty) Jessi spoil the party and pick up her first belt? Not to be overlooked, one half of the big tag team signing from last week will make an appearance and get a crack at the strap. Can Atheltsan make a statement right out of the gate? Four ladders, and one belt hanging above the ring. Let's find 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 1x ladder and 1x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 19th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: In a good match, Althelstan takes a commanding lead on the SIM and Jessi just can't make it up. Jessi and Al both provide really good RP and Mandy also started out hot, but disappeared after day 1. She didn't SIM either. Nice job to both. Athelstan wins

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi


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[size=150]THE HARDCORE OPENER[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: On the company's first trip through the Carolinas, nobody wants to see a weak opener. That's why the Powerbase took away the rules, and put down the names Striker and Malice. Both men are capable of making the big statement, and if they get in a groove they could steal the show. But will they? No rules....just 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: Francis F Cartier

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 19th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: This match started off very slowly, but eventually picked up a little steam. The RP's seemed a bit rushed and almost forced in the early going. In the end I could see some solid effort, but the match was all but over. I know you both pretty well and I know there is a lot more inside both of you, I would love to see it find its way into your work. In Rp this was very close, but in the end the sims weren't on Strikers side. Winner of this match Malice.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:38 am

Live on Tuesday, November 10th, from [size=150]THE FOXNEWS CENTRE[/size] in Schaumberg, Illinois.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



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

--v--

DETAILS: With some claims being targeted at The Powerbase after the end of their first match at Damnation!, Genocide and Homicide are going to go at it one more time. What's happened since their monumental first meeting? Nothing more than the full court press of The Network in their efforts to recruit Homicide into the fold. Homicide countered that by shocking everyone when he asked for Alan Scott as the guest referee in the match. No excuses. No interference. One of these men will walk out of Ground Zero the undisputed 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: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: In a "No excuses" match that will provide no end of excuses, we saw Jeff McCarthy announce give his answer to The Network (sadly, we didn't hear it.). We saw Genocide get drugged by Trauma (or did we?). We saw appearances by most of The Network and Bromance. We saw Alan Scott call the match right down the middle. About the only thing we didn't see was Living Deadgirl's announced Enforcer -- who could have been of great use. In the end, Genocide uses his wits and experience to overcome Homicide and regain the X-Factor champ and become a 25 Time World champion

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide.


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[size=150]MAJOR PRESS CONFERENCE![/size]

DETAILS:First it was the unprecedented signing of Matt McDervish at the final Storm Warning of October. The company followed that with the unexpected arrival of Dan Haven during Damnation! Now word has come down that Stranger X had somebody sign a brand new tag team to come over from Wrassle and work their way into a position to unseat Team SBFF.

Who could merit that kind of assignment?

Tune in to find out!

THE NEWS: Broken Helix: Athelstan & Striker have signed with Federation X. Not to be overlooked.......No Seller also signed and laid out a very special offer to just about anyone.


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[size=150]PURE WRESTLING MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Homicide offered Alan Scott a rematch. A chance to take back what was dubiously won. Alan turned down the shot in favor of a rematch for his grampa, and that left him wide open for the challenge from Bromate Matt McDervish, who wanted something straight forward and old school; a pure wrestling challenge. No cheating (which the HONEST one would never do, right?) no aerial moves, no weapons, and no working outside the ring. In fact, the match rules are going back to the old, OLD school rules. Throwing a man over the top rope means a disqualification loss. Now, some people didn't feel that Matt could count on Alan's integrity to face him without cutting corners, so they asked for a special guest referee.

I named......EVE RILEY!

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 opponents 4x using either standard or submission. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match had the potential to be match of the card. Both of these men are seriously fantastic writers. Due to the lack of posts from both competitors, though, we’ve only seen a taste of what they’re capable of.

Alan Scott: As always, he paints a fantastic picture with his narration. If someone had to ask me what his greatest strength was, it’s all in setting the mood. He does some good promo work, but nothing we haven’t come to expect from him. Where he really shines is his first(and only) actual match post towards Matt McDervish, where he counters Matt’s innovative style with his own, bringing a sort of complexity with simplistic moves that you have to appreciate.

Matt McDervish: Not a slouch in the narration department either, he definitely set the mood and what his character was struggling through before a huge match. The dialogue was a teensy bit awkward at times, and his second post failed to have the same impact on me as Alan’s did, but the one(and again, only) match post he did was very interesting. It was the innovativeness of his move choice which really drew me in the end.

After all the scores were done, Matt McDervish wins finishing rights by a bonus point, but the extra point that Alan took on the SIM gives him the win.

My only hope is that these two tie up again in the future.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt McDervish


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER TRIPLE THREAT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Johnny XS cemented his position as the #1 contender to the X-Ecutioner Championship in a little over 2 weeks since his return (an undefeated 2 weeks he would like you to recall!) Now he'll get his shot at Nate Daniels, but he won't get it alone. Aaron Action won a contract for a shot at Nate right before he defeated Kitty Hawke to become the Superstar Champion, so he'll get to participate in the match as well. All three men will be in the ring at the same time and the first one to score a pinfall or submission will be the champion. Count-outs and disqualifications (of 1 person) only eliminate that person from the match, they do not end the 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim each opponents 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: I cannot begin to tell everyone how entertaining I found this match. It had twists and turns, mixed with actual wrestling (well, but two out of three anyways) and some of the best dialogue I've seen in a long time. The three men involved in the match could give lessons on sharp, timely dialogue to many people. The last bonus point, and the fact that he never got to the ring hurt XS in the end, but that didn't stop him from just flat-out entertaining me. I'm not even sure which moment was my favorite, although I do enjoy when he insults people. He's just so good at it. His creativity is astounding......and a little bit scary. Nate was at his regular standard, which is why he's a top notch competitor in almost every match he's in. I did think that a couple of early misses hurt him a little bit, but he bounced back by showing great match action and story progression as the event went on. Nate is such a well rounded competitor that being ahead of him at one thing doesn't help you, because he sets the bar high in every area. At the end of it all though comes Aaron, who was simply outstanding. Not only does he always seem to do sensation dialogue, but he's just such a solid seller. If you want something sold, this is the guy you take it to. He made references to little subplots, pushed along main plots, focused on the match and referenced things that nobody else was even pushing, but were timely and topical. After a perfect tie between Nate and Aaron on the sim, this one became a roleplay match. Neither man gave ground in bonus points, so it came right down to their work from post to post, and I've got one man coming in less than a half point ahead of the other.

Aaron Action.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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

--v--

DETAILS: The former Superstar Champion will meet the iconic King of Karma Champion in a battle to put themselves in contention for the X-Ecutioner Championship. Both of them have an enormous amount of talent, but only one of them will be able to leave the match a step closer to the title picture. To make matters a little more difficult, the company has decided to make it a NO DQ's match. Given the drama that surrounds these two at any given time, that should produce some interesting results.

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 opponents 4x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The match gets off to a bit of a slow start, but once it does start, two of the best RP'ers in the game really put on a show. The RP goes back and forth, with each competitor writing some great action with several unexpected twists. Unfortunately for Kieran, Kitty's SIM lead was just too much to overcome. Winner - Kitty.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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[size=150]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Back and forth these two have passed wrestling's most dangerous championship. Now they have even more on the line as their love lives have also crossed paths. They have a history, and now it appears that they have a present. Will it lead to a tamer match, or a more violent one? You know Bloodsport: no rules but winning.

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 opponents 4x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The match was a good hardcore match. both people seemed to give and take well. While it was light on the prematch "build up" The action made up for it. Only thing I saw that really bothere me was that the annoncers semed a bit to genertic. The sim for Truama won it as she won that handly. So she retains, Adam gets finshing rights

FINISHING RIGHTS: Adam Draven


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[size=150]HARBINGER RANKING MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Mandy has made it more than clear that she wants her shot at the Harbinger Championship, but in order to get to it she'll have to knock off perennial number one contender Sinsemilla. Sins has taken a few runs at picking up the belt, but thus far the Thunder From Down Under has kept a firm grip on his championship. The winner of this match will emerge as the #1 contender, while the loser will end up at #3. To make sure it's all on the up and up? We've assigned the FACE of Federation X as the guest referee:

Stan Daniels!

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 opponents 4x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Mandy wins in a no show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Mandy (natch!)


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

--v--

DETAILS: For two straight weeks the former members of Psychobambi have shown up and done just enough work to pull out a victory, raising their record to 2-1 in professional wrestling. But then they vanish until the next card starts. This week they'll have to work harder, as the competition is certainly capable of knocking them off and taking a win home for the Broman Empire. newly recruited bodyguard T.Moore Lane is an animal, while the Confucius of Bro is a wily bastard, unlikely to be impressed by heavy metal's newest tag team.

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 opponents 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A non started with the Metal Militia getting lost in the bowels of the arena somewhere (Hello, Cleveland!) TML and Broda at least show up, but only TML sims.


FINISHING RIGHTS: TML is he wants it


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[size=150]LADDER MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Both men are able to get dirty in order to get a win, and both men are capable of stepping up their game another notch. Neither one is competing in the rumble, so they won't be holding anything back as they step into the ring in a ladder match. If the match totals seven quality posts, the winner will receive a 3rd man in contract for any non PPV match through the end of 2009.

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 ladder. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Total domination by Malice. As in he showed up. He's almost as awesome as Johnny XS.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice.


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[size=150]TRIPLE THREAT NEWCOMER'S MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Three new faces in the company and its time to see where they're going to line up. We know one has Network affiliation, but what about the other two? No Seller sounds like he could be a dangerous man, while Jessi comes with that reputation of being a fiery Irish lass.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 12th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: All three of our newcomers put on a respectable showing in this match. The role-play was tight, the match action was good, and the three worked together well to put up an entertaining story. Dimitri builds a lead on the SIM, but leaves two posts and all three bonus points on the table. Jessi capitalizes on that fact and takes the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jessi


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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:40 am

Live on Tuesday, November 3rd, from [size=150]MADISON SQUARE GARDENS[/size] in New York City.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=150]TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP LUMBERJACK MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two months and three title reigns later they finally get their shot. The A-Team are going to step into the ring with Team SBFF and show the world that unlike their predecessors they know the value of facing two of the very best the company has to offer. Marlowe is confident that his team will remain the champions, as he was quoted saying "I will walk in the manager of the tag team champions, and I will walk out the manager of the tag team champions!" Folks, when you're in a match against a team with the pedigree and history of Team SBFF, THAT is saying something! We'll find out if The A-Team can back him up.

At ringside will be every other tag team in the company, and they will be permitted to deal with any LEGAL MAN who exits the ring.

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. Use your extra match any style, against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Only official tag team members may INT in this match.

WINNER: I think Geno said it best in his last post: The Main Event of Storm Warning had indeed transformed itself from a pretty standard Tag Team Championship match in to a full blown clusterfuck. With all of the combustable elements around the ring, it was bound to explode. A managerial switch... the surpising return of Brute Bernard... the even more surprising return of the undead Acid Ed... rioting school children. To say that the match had completely broken down would be an understatement. Homicide, Kitty Hawke, Saint Walker, Brute Bernard, Nate Daniels, Stan Daniels and Shreddy Mercury all jumped in to add a post to the action. IN the end, the INT system gave Team SBFF an edge they didn't need (when everyone INT'd FOR The A-Team and they ALL lost!) as they crushed on the SIM all match long. Your new tag team Champions of the world.................Team SBFF!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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

--v--

DETAILS: The road to the X-Factor Championship is perhaps the most difficult path to the top in all of professional wrestling. Newcomer Matt McDervish will test his mettle as he tries to supplant Angelica from her spot in the rankings and move ever closer to the coveted #1 contendership. Angelica won't be a pushover though, as she's proven in recent battles for the Superstar Championship. The former champion will undoubtedly be looking for a chot of her own in the near future, and that means putting the Mad Dog down.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: The match started out well for both competitors and then Angelica lost me for a little while she made a good comeback in the end, but we judge the first 5 posts in a match. And just for reference sake, both competitors lost a point or so for the whole throwing acid in the face thing, Matt for throwing it and Gelli for selling it in one post and then not really mentioning it again. I know Gelli is a vamp with a healing factor and all but still. That kind of stuff really takes me out of the match due to how far-fetched it is.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt McDervish


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[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP LAST MAN STANDING MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: He's a champion in one division and the #1 contender in two others; is this Aaron Action's break-out month? After being near the top of contention on numerous occasions, the Awesome One is finally going to step into the ring with the reigning Superstar Champion and go one on one in a last man standing match. No Count-outs and no disqualifications can put an end to this match. It will continue until somebody cannot answer the 10 count. Does Kitty have the fight in her to stop the Awesome One?

RP RULES: Superstar match rules (6 post scoring.) 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: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Early on in this match I watched some terrific writing that, in my opinion, did little to set-up the match or relate to it. Both writers were talented enough to weave the story of the match in such a way that it brought itself back around to be relevant as the match wound down, which is a compliment to them. I still think it left me wondering why I was reading about things that had no direct relation to the match as I started out. It might have helped if the posts that were setting up points to be drawn on later also had some focus on the match that was coming. Or more focus in Aaron's case as his did have a little.

Once the match action got going we got to see the strengths of both performers. Kitty, as we all have come to know, writes some of the very best prose I've seen in some time. Her dialogue is making progress each week, and she's starting to show some good match action flow. Aaron's always done a sensation job of dialogue, and while his prose isn't as strong as Kitty's he understands his strength as a writer and sticks to it, focusing on character interaction and match pacing. This one had some excellent twists and turns, pulling in elements from Adam Draven to Eve Riley to Nate Daniels before Kitty forfeits the championship to Aaron in order to protect her child. In the end though, Tristant is battered and bleeding.

It's an excellent read, but giving Aaron the extra post AND the extra bonus point on Day 3 was the difference. Aaron Action is your new champion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: He's back folks! The most unlikable man in professional wrestling (now that his tag team partner is dead!) is back and in charge of The Network once again! The recently ejected Network member Chance has had a large rally of support from the likes of The Bromance, but none of that matters to Mr. XS, as he will step into the ring with her in an effort to move a step closer to putting a belt under Network control.

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 2x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Johnny XS dominated again. The man is a juggernaut. Either that or Chance found his proposal fair and reasonable.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny XS.


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

--v----v--

DETAILS: The Harbinger Champion asked for a match against Dan Haven, but had a commitment to defend the Harbinger championship against the #1 contender. The outcome? A triple threat match for the Harbinger Championship under submission only rules. This is going to make for one difficult night for Stan Daniels! Will Sins finally break through or will Haven explode onto the scene by winning a championship in his first ever 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 opponent 2x submission. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: What could have been a great match petered out with no posts on the last day. Dan did not SIM so he was DQed despite a couple of the best posts I read on the card. (But then Dan Haven was the first person to ever do a good post ... or so I hear.) Stan Daniels gets a good SIM lead and builds on it with solid RP. Stam Daniels wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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[size=150]COMEBACK CHALLENGE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Both were once impact players in Federation X, but some time away from the ring has impacted their status. Now they're back and ready to make a mark once again. Which one will start the path to a championship with a win? A straight up wrestling showdown between Crowe, who's comeback has been entwined with Genocide and Malice, and Mandy, who was once the face of Federation X, but now returns to find Stan Daniels claiming that title.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: This match got off to a bit of a slow start, but once it heated up it turned into a pretty well-written contest. Mandy jumps out to an early lead on the SIM, but leaves a post on the table. Kieran takes advantage of the slip and squeaks out a win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kieran Crowe


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[size=150]NON-TITLE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Eve Riley is a three time X-Factor Champion who hasn't competed for one of the company's big singles belts in a long time. She has a burgeoning friendship with Homicide, the reigning X-Factor Champion, but she is also one of the top contenders to his championship. A non-title match will give her a chance to see if the fire to be one of the best ever still exists inside, while it will give Homicide a chance to measure himself against a former 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: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: In a match that could have gone either way as the SIM and RP were that close, Eve pulls out the win because she got an extra post up. Good back and forth and nice interplay for a face v. face match. I could have done without the blood. It seems like every match I read, someone is bleeding from the nose. Think about real wrestling and how many times the participants get color. Even in MMA, blood isn't as frequent as it is in Fed X (Just a pet peeve.). Nice job from both. Eve picks up the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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

--v--

DETAILS: The Powerbase have thrown together a team to stand against one of their newest finds, and the media darlings, known as The Metal Militia. The world's eyes will be glued to this one, and if Malice and Grim can work together they just might score a win that everyone notices. After all, they'll be in the ring with the front man and lead guitarist of the biggest band in the world; Psychobambi. Will Shreddy and Saint win their second tag team match in a row, or will they finally run into a tandem of wrestlers who are too much for them to overcome?

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. Use your extra match any style, against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Alexei's no-show makes this an easy win for The Metal Militia. Thanks to the other three competitors for showing and getting some work in. Two wins in a row for The Militia.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Saint Walker


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[size=150](NON) TITLE v TITLE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The X-Ecutioner Champion will go one on one with the Bloodsport Champion in a non-title match that will give each of them a primer for next week's Ground Zero card where both of them will have to defend. Trauma's been having a difficult time holding on to the Bloodsport Championship, thanks in no small part of Adam Draven, while Nate has had a break from defenses for the last two weeks, and needs to make sure he isn't getting rusty.

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. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: We didn't get everything we could have gotten out of this one, but what we did get painted us a very interesting picture of our combatants. Kate entered the match with a solid strategy, but executing that strategy meant breaking down Nate Daniels, shattering his emotions. She did exactly that, and got the upper hand, but in the end it was Nate who got the win. The real question though is whether or not he'll ever recover.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]CARD OPENER[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Opening the show is a match-up that speculators suggest has enough talent to headline a card one day. To do that they'll have to fight their way out of the company's doghouse though, and it starts 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 5th, unless you are double booked.

INT RULES: Anyone may INT (under the INT rules)

WINNER: Thrown out

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/A
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:42 am

Live on Tuesday, October 27th, from [size=150]Arizon Stadium[/size] in Tuscon, Arizona.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=150]#1 Contenders Match[/size]

--v--


DETAILS: Only seven days ago The Bromance were riding high as the Tag Team, X-Factor & X-Ecutioner Champions. Enter Team SBFF and a title defense against The A-Team and that is no longer the case. Some people claim that The Bromance was unfairly robbed of their championship, but the decision wasn't overturned and now they're going to have to go up against the men that cost them their championships in their very first title defense. At stake is the number one contendership to the Tag Team X-Cellence Champions. Even if those belts change hands tonight, the winners of this match will BE the #1 contenders!

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. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: In a match that never seemed to really click, Genocide was taken out early and replaced by Johnny XS. Homicide and Nate held their own in RP for the first 2 days and then seemed to give up when the SIM turned against them. In the end, Team SBFF wins the match with Geno even entering the ring (which I'm sure they will brag about).

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]MAJOR PRESS CONFERENCE![/size]

DETAILS: Some people just deserve a lot of attention. Only a week ago The Powerbase and Adam Draven turned heads with the signing of Matt McDervish, former One World Champion. We're told that this week they have another major contract signing to announce.

Word on the street is that he's a returning Federation X alumni, having been employed by The Powerbase during the company's previous incarnation. Internet rumors suggest that he has a close history with Matt McDervish and that the signing of Mad Dog helped to cement his own deal. We are also hearing that there are plans to try and press him into a position to become the new X-Ecutioner Champion at the expense of current champion Nate Daniels!!

Who could merit that kind of fanfare?

Tune in to find out!

THE NEWS: Dan Haven has signed with Federation X.


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[size=150]FALL FROM GRACE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: For the better part of the month it looked like we were in for a clash between Adam Draven and Joe Power, but when the Powerbase ruled the match too dangerous to sanction, Draven executed a back-up plan; he brought in Matt McDervish as his replacement! Now McDervish and Power will fight in the company's second ever Fall From Grace match. No rules and only one way to win: throw your opponent off of the scaffolding that is set up over the ring.

Not dangerous enough? How about this: Adam Draven is going to be locked in a cage suspended above the scaffolding. If McDervish can release Adam during the match, it becomes a two on one match! If Power defeats McDervish without that happening? We're going to hand Joe a military grade taser and let him have his way with a confined and defenseless Adam Draven!

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 opponents 4x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Joe Power uses the SIM to take a lead that cannot be beaten by Matt's rp success. Still, the finishing goes to the Maddog, who with a couple more posts could have flat out stolen the match.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Matt McDervish


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[size=150]DEAD MAN'S HAND X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: One of them has never survived his first title defense in Federation X. The other one is a 24 time World Champion. One of them has been decorated in gold in recent months. The other one has been shut out since before the summer. The two of them are a part of the most bitter rivalry in the industry these days. And we just made it worse. MUCH WORSE.

In a Federation X original match, we have built 4 opaque chambers that are securely fastened atop each ringpost. They are positioned so not to interfere with the match action. Each chamber has a Dead Man's switch, which means that if it isn't held down (suppressed) the chamber opens. Since we can't expect somebody to be holding all the switch at all times, here's how the match will work: For every 5 minutes that the match is going, one of the switches will flash for ten seconds. At the end of that ten seconds, if it is suppressed, nothing will happen. But if it isn't suppressed......the chamber will open! Inside? A Federation X wrestler! For the next ninety seconds, that wrestler is permitted to interfere in the match in ANY WAY that they see fit!

Which wrestlers will be inside? That's OUR little secret!

(Actually its a RP/match tool for the two men involved, each of whom may roleplay revealing 2 people. These people may INT in the match - this is outside the scope of the INT system.....which is turned off for 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: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard. ONLY people revealed from the chambers may INT in this match. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This is a match I was very much looking forward to until I found out I was judging it. The match stipulations, I thought, had some very interesting possibilities. Unfortunately, those possibilities were largely ignored until Day 3 due to some unexpected RP developments on Day 1. The match RP itself, I was - and I hate to use this terminology - but I was disappointed just a bit. The storyline was interesting and entertaining, but strongly peppered with no-sells and short-sells. Some of them were fairly small, some not so small. I Selling is the first criteria listed on my RP judging sheet for a reason. I always mark down for those breaks in selling, and they ended up making the difference in this match. After adding all the SIM scores and the INT's and the RP Scores, we have a tie, which means that Homicide retains.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The back and forth in the Tag Team division has never been as heated as it was this past month, when the Hot Girls dropped their belts to The Bromance, only to watch The A Team pick them up immediately after that. The teams were already lined up for a Damnation! showdown, but now there's a little something extra on the line. But I think what we all really want to know is.....which Action family member is going to show up this time?

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 opponent 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The champions go out and prove that it wasn't a fluke as they win on the sim and then cement it by taking control on rp as well. The A-Team retains.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Adam Draven


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[size=150]HELL IN THE CELL SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Angelica dropped the Superstar Championship to Kitty Hawke in their first meeting, and while they haven't gone toe to toe for a second time, something tells me that these two are more than ready to put on another demonstration in violence and suffering. We've put them in one of the most dangerous matches there is, and we expect them both to be pleased by the idea. We'll litter the ringside area with weapons too, so there won't be any shortage of suffering.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules with a 6 post hard cap for scoring purposes. 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

WINNER: This was a good match.



Kitty: Kitty did what she normally does. She gives you a story that moves quickly, and if full of details. Kitty started with a private meeting and you saw the payoff throughout the match from the cage being electrified to the lights going out. Kitty did well at selling Angelica, and putting across her own “Damaged sex kitten persona” While the action might not of been “traditional” It was good in the context of the story.



Angelica: Angelica was good too, but I had some issues with some of her early work. The first person seemed rushed in the early posts. To me first person at it best gives the reader insight to the person's inner thoughts/feelings. Another pet peeve I had as a reader was the idea that Angelica as a half vampire can just fall off a hell in the cell and the rest, and never really sell any of it. I get that she can take a larger amount of abuse, but at the end of the day there was too much” I knew that and I was ready for that” in the RP for my liking.



So for the match. I think the best posts were in the latter part of the match. Once the action started. I thought Angelica finally got her feet under her and “The old friends” help could start paying off on Kitty's side. So far as who won. Kitty takes it home and retains her belt. This is no slight on Angelica. Who if she can refine her heel gimmick a bit more could very well take the belt....

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty Hawke


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[size=150]TASER TURNBUCKLE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: With their respective partners/family members going to war over the Superstar Championship, the tension has been brewing and now it's going to explode. We're going to find out with the most manipulative woman in wrestling can out maneuver her opponent with the threat of a taser hanging in every corner. We've done some special wiring to our turnbuckles, and if anyone slams into them with enough pressure it will set off a taser charge. Not enough to end a math, but certainly enough to shake them 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 2x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Trauma wins via no-show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Trauma


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

--v--

DETAILS: Nate Daniels dodged a bullet at Damnation! with no title defense, but he won't be dodging it for long. In their first meeting of the night Chance and Aaron (we assume!) Action will determine who's going to be the #1 contender for the X-Ecutioner Championship going into next week's Ground Zero card in Chicago. The winner will also get to name the match stips, as long as this match reaches 8 quality posts.

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 standard. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This was an interesting match, to say the least. The story intertwines with the Tag Team championship match, so if you want to read it you'll need to read both - at least the pre-match sections. Both competitors put forth good effort on days one and two, but Chance's illness on day 3 ends up costing her a 3 point SIM lead as Aaron comes from behind to take the win and moves on to face X-Ecutioner champion Nate Daniels at Ground Zero.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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

--v--

DETAILS: Sometimes it pays to listen to the boss. Even when he was fired. Richard Grayson once told us that Hola Chico had it in him to be the company's greatest performer. We laughed, and we kept on laughing. Last week Hola broke Phoneix Risen's record shattering streak as the Harbinger Champion, and in the process appears to have chased Risen from the company! This week he's putting the belt right back on the line in a tables, ladders & chairs match, against the 'FACE' of Federation X: Stan Daniels!

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 and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Looks like immigration has Hola on the run again. He no shows and Stan wins. Thanks to Stan for at least putting up 3 amusing posts.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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[size=150]TAG TEAM MYSTERY MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Sins picked up a win last week, and going into the PPV he's being paired up with an unknown partner. Even Sins himself doesn't know who its going to be, but he does know who he's going to be facing. They were the backbone of the world's one-time biggest band; Psychobambi! Shreddy Mercury & Saint Walker have recently come under the tutelage of a Federation X legend, and they're gearing up for a real run at making it in the business. Will Sins and his partner put an end to that dream?

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 opponent 2x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: There was not a lot to say about this match as there was not a lot of match. The metal heads win, but need to step it up if they want to be in the tag team chase.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Shreddy Mercury


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[size=150]WELCOME BACK MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: He's back folks! Kieran Crowe is back, and he's being greeted by one of Geno's protege's! Coincidence? Hell no. Geno came and worked The Powerbase to get this match for Malice. Seems like he's got some thoughts on what Crowe still has coming to him.

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: Mr. Francis I Cartier

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: *PENDING*

FINISHING RIGHTS: Highest RP score.


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[size=150]TRIPLE THREAT HARDCORE MATCH[/size]

[size=200]CHUQ STONE[/size]--v----v--

DETAILS: After a couple of issues that kept him away, we're getting reports that Chuq Stone might finally be ready to make his debut in Federation X. We hope he's ready, because we have a bright young star in Marcus Bennet who's standing in his way. As if that wasn't enough, we're also easing an old friend back into action. We got word from our travel agent that a certain Network Leader will be back in time to start work again this week, assuming he clears customs (which with him is never a guarantee!)

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 any type. All matches to be simmed on the 29th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Only XS shows up, so XS wins. 1-0. The man is unstoppable.

FINISHING RIGHTS: XS.
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:46 am

Live on Tuesday, October 20th, from [size=150]THE FEDERATION X COLISEUM[/size] in Toronto, Ontario.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



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

--v--


DETAILS: I'm willing to bet that nobody saw this one coming! In an interview with John Paragon, the longest reigning Harbinger Champion ever attempted to stake his claim as the greatest Harbinger Champion of all time. Just when he thought he had made that point, Paragon brought up the name of one of the most OVER wrestlers to ever work for Federation X; Hola Chico. Risen felt safe enough to talk some smack about the luchadore, and then to his surprise.....Hola arrived! It was perfect set-up and it lead to this unprecedented booking. One night only. Hola Chico v Phoenix Risen.

And not to stack the odds in anyone's favor, but the referee will be............[size=150]HOMICIDE![/size]

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 ladder match and 1x any match. All matches to be simmed on the 22nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Hola Chico. I prefer not to comment beyond that. But I am hearing rumors that we may see some kind of changes to the pay per view match-up between Risen and Homicide as a result.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Hola Chico.


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[size=150]MAJOR PRESS CONFERENCE![/size]

DETAILS: Sometimes things are going on behind the scenes and you don't even know about it. Even the internet bloggers can be caught unprepared sometimes, as events unfold that nobody expected. Recently The Powerbase were forced to deliver Adam Draven some news that he did not take well; he will NOT be allowed to face Joe Power at Damnation!

Adam has reviewed the paperwork that he was presented with, and has spent some time consulting with Marlowe and his legal counsel, and they have requested this time to make what they believe to be a MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT.

What is it?

Tune in!

THE NEWS: Adam Draven pulled some strings and brought in Matt McDervish as his replacement at the PPV. The announcement only barely got made before The Pernicious One stormed the ring and attacked Draven, only to be himself attacked by McDervish. This one is heating up!


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[size=150]TAG TEAM X-CELLENCE CHAMPIONSHIP TEXAS TORNADO MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: All month The A-Team have been gunning for a shot at the tag team championships, and now, as the number one contenders, they'll get their shot! After a month in which Draven switched the Bromance into women's bodies, and Aaron into a hulk and a blob....this one is bound to get a little bit out of control. So why try and control it at all? Instead, the Bromance's first defense will be a Texas Tornado match. And to make sure that the referee can handle all of the action going on, we're going to name two of them:

[size=150]GENOCIDE & EVE RILEY!![/size]

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 of your opponents 2 times each using any match. Use your extra match any style, against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 22nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This one stopped being in doubt when the sim bent Homicide over and shoved a 2x4 up his ass. With that said, it was a very action filled read once you got past the first day, and that kind of effort by both teams tends to lead to a dangerous amount of chaos in a match. Throw in some posting by Genocide, Eve Riley and Alan Scott and what you get is good old fashioned anarchy. There were some misses, some minor no sells, and a couple of things that I thought were just piss poor selling, but in the end they had only a minimal impact on the outcome of the match. Winning by 12 or winning 2 doesn't really matter to the winner. The Bromance closed the big gap, but not nearly enough to make up 12 points. We have new champions; The A Team.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]BAD BLOOD = FIRST BLOOD MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Last week Chance bailed on her match and her tag team partner: Alexei Grim. On the following Polarity she came out and made sure that everyone knew that she bailed because she considered Grim beneath her as a partner. She then stepped even further out and called her replacement a two time loser on the card. We're about to find out how smart it was for Chance to be poking Angelica with a stick, and to make things a little bit more interesting....nobody is going to stop this match until one of the women busts the other one open. Incidental blood won't cut it. In fact, to make sure that it takes the right kind of effort, we're going to name a referee who understands this kind of thing.

[size=150]KITTY HAWKE![/size]

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules with a 6 post hard cap for scoring purposes. 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 standard and 1x any match. All matches to be simmed on the 22nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: In what was a tight match on both sim and roleplay, Chance takes the first round in this confrontation which seems sure to escalate.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance


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[size=150]CONTENDER'S CLAUSE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Is anyone in more desperate need of the doctor's help than Eve Riley? She may play well adjusted on TV, but we all know that this little girl is broken inside. The question is, will she let Trauma try and help her, or will she just teach the meddling doctor a lesson in the ring and be done with her? The winner will get the chance to name the stipulations of their next title match. And on the off chance that the match wins MoTC, they'll both win a Match Veto! Now we can't put such big prizes on the line without making sure that everything is under control at ringside, so we've named our special referee for this match as well;

[size=150]ADAM DRAVEN![/size]

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 5 times Standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 22nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Well this match was disappointing to say the least. I do not blame Trauma due to the fact that it was her birthday and a family member's Birthday the day after. So it is understandable. With that said Eve worked the match pretty much on her own. Which is to her credit. Eve won easy, but it was not a match due to Real life. Next time I hope for a masterpiece of a match as both these two can do it...

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=150]THE TEST III[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: New talents to the industry have to be tested. In the past some of these tests have gone on to be our best match of the night. Stan Daniels certainly has the pedigree to tell us if the newcomers we're spending all this money on really belong in the big leagues, so we're going to put him in a ring with Marcus Bennett and Scarlet to see what happens. Oh, and we're going to name a guest referee for this one as well;

[size=150]SINSEMILLA![/size]

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 and 1x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 22nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: First things first. Ten bonus points to Marcus Bennett for being a WVU football star. It would have been fifteen but he didn't smash himself in the head with his helmet. Unfortunately for Marcus, the SIM was so one-sided, the fifteen points wouldn't have helped him. Not simming his matches also didn't help him. Yes, the SIM was a total squash job for Stan. The match was well written by all three competitors, there just wasn't as much writing there as I would have liked. The match was just starting when it ended. The winner by landslide - Stan Daniels.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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[size=150]HARBINGER DIVISION MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The Harbinger Champion is running away with the division, and one of these two men is going to get a shot at putting an end to that, where and when he so chooses. The winner of this match will be allowed to insert himself onto ANY card as either a part of the Harbinger Champion's scheduled defense, OR.....forcing the champion to make an unscheduled defense! To make sure it's all cleanyl earned though, we've named the FACE of Federation X as the referee:

[size=150]STAN DANIELS![/size]

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 3x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 22nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Sinsemilla takes a huge lead on the SIM and holds off a one post effort from Mr. Grim, who was sidetracked by Kitty and never made it to the ring. Winner - Sinsemilla finally breaks through.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Simsemilla


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[size=150]TEAM SBFF VERSUS THE WORLD![/size]

--v--[size=200]THE WORLD[/size]

DETAILS: Its been two months since TEAM SBFF were questionably defeated for the Tag Team X-Cellence Championships and in that time the greatest tag team in wrestling hasn't gotten so much as a rematch from anyone. Now they're calling out anyone and everyone who think they have what it takes to hang with the very best the division has seen in a long, long time. Hell, they're opening the show, and according to Genocide "the only reason it won't be Match of The Card is that there isn't anyone out there stupid enough to fight us unless the Powerbase makes them!" Is he right? He might be. Alan Scott's opinion was that "Honestly? We're so far above and beyond the other teams, you almost can't blame the recent run of champions who have done nothing but hide from us."

That's a lot of smack from one of the all-time great teams in Federation X.

On the off chance that somebody finds a partner and decides to step up, the guest referee will be none other than [size=150]MARLOWE![/size]

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. (Should more than 1 team challenge them, that does NOT change how the RP for the match is scored. Participate each day in order to max out your RP!)

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

SIM RULES: *READ THROUGH CAREFULLY* Sim each of your opponents 2 times each using any match. Use your extra match any style, against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. For EACH day of the card 1 set of matches may be simmed. That means that if you come out and challenge them on the 20th, you sim on the 20th, leaving the 21st or 22nd open for other tandems to do the same thing. Geno and Alan will likewise sim any tandem to challenge them on each day of the challenge (meaning a maximum of 3 teams may engage them!)

WINNER: Team SBFF finish off 7 teams in a row, proving that they are in fact the GREATEST team in wrestling.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide.
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:49 am

Live on Wednesday, October 14th, from [size=150]THE FOXNEWS CENTRE[/size] in Schaumberg, Illinois.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP 'I QUIT' MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Alan and Homicide have been simmering for a long time, and now it is time to add a chapter in an I Quit match. Now knowing the men like I do neither will say I Quit. So we are taking it out of their hands. They have to pick a second. NO TAG Partners. In fact this will happen in a cage and the back stage will be cleared so there is No interference!

Both seconds will have a towel. You toss it in to end the match for your man giving the win to the other man

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 3x I Quit and 2x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This is exactly what we've all come to expect from these two. Both competitors start the match with a bang and never look back. Homicide continues his character development nicely, but doesn't let that side story detract from the match itself. Alan counters with his own signature style of outstanding match action with back story used to paint the surrounding scene in broad strokes. Homicide's match action, while still not quite to the level of the best in the game, has improved, gaining a fluidity that it has lacked in the past. Both men save their best post for last. Homicide coming to grips with his fears and the rejection of his father, then pushing through it to find determination to win was excellent. Alan matches it with a rare look into his own childhood, giving some insight into why he is so determined to prove himself the best ever. The RP section of my scorecard is literally separated by less than a quarter of a point. Homie takes the early advantage but Alan comes back strong to take finishing rights by the slimmest of margins. The RP Bonus is tied, but the SIM has Homicide up by 1 point, overcoming the hair-thin RP lead of the champion. Winner and NEW X-Factor Champion - Homicide.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]MONSTER'S BALL GRUDGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: What is a monsters ball? Well it's when you take people who have an issues and lock them up in the dark for 24 hours before cutting them loose in a fall count anywhere match. Now Angelica is having issues with self control problems. Kate is trying to help her, but I think she needs to see what she is dealing with in the recent Superstar champion. Good luck Doctor...

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 5x hardcore match type. All matches to be simmed on the 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Angelica went into the RP with a slim lead after a very balanced competition on the sim. For the first little bit the RP looked fairly balanced as well, but Trauma gets in the 5th post that Angelica doesn't (partially I assume because she jumped in to help Alexei in his match as well) and that post pushes her into the lead by less than a point. It's enough for the win though, and the finishing rights. Solid match.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Trauma


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[size=150]PPV PREVIEW[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Homicide and “Money Talks” have had issues since they first crossed paths. At the PPV they are going into a tag team match. So why not give the people a taste! I like it. Tonight partners are banned from ringside in this normal wrestling match, but I KNOW it won't stop these guys from going hard!

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 5x standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Back and forth. That's the only way to describe this thing. Homi looked dead after he simmed, but then Risen simmed and brought him back into it. Each man traded bonus points off with the other, so it came down to Homi overcoming the two point lead that Risen entered sim with. In the end? He was the better writer, but it didn't pull him through completely. Risen hangs on to barely get the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER 3 WAY ELIMINATION TITLE MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: I always liked the old bingo hall ECW. The thing I loved the most, besides the sex and violence, was the OLD school 3 way dance. Three people entered and it took two pins or submissions to end the match. No count outs, No DQ's. So you get pinned and you're out - take a shower. You are done for the night. The winner is the one that does not get pinned or submit.

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 opponents 3x hardcore & 2x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 15th & 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Nate Daniels. All sim. That said, this is clearly a match of the night contender with some truly sensational roleplay to be found throughout the match. And by match I mean epic story about how fat Aaron is now. Genocide made it known that he's done with the X-Ecutioner division, and he started the match lined up as the referee. I thought he was a damn good one. Some terrific selling for the most part, and a good mix of action, humor and dialogue. In the end I thought that the man who dominated the sims also squeeked out the best work on the boards, although very narrowly on that front.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels.


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[size=150]PPV PREVIEW II[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The early rumors for the PPV say that there will be a big three way dance and it will feature Joe Power and Homicide taking on CCC and Risen, with Stan Daniels and Sinsemilla joining the fight. Well for the second time in one night we're going to get an advanced preview of that showdown when we put CCC and Sinsemilla in the ring and let them go at it. The only rule? Tag team partners are banned from ringside!

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 5x standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Sinsemilla wins via no show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Sinsemilla, if there's any reason to do it.


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[size=150]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP WEAPONS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: In yet another pairing from the PPV to come, we watch as Stan Daniels gets a shot at The Pernicious One. Stan with the help of “The GOOD Doctor” is trying to be the face of Fed X. Joe was The FACE, but then became one of one biggest pricks in the history of the world. A few more weeks and he might past his dad as the biggest asshole EVER. Let's hope Stan can help him, and there will be trashcans full of weapons to assist him in trying to 'save' Joe Power!

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 3x hardcore & 2x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match just didn't live up to the hype as Joe and Stan both fizzled due to some personal issues. Draven jumped in to add some spark to the match, but the outcome was decided when Stan posted results and Joe didn't. Stan is your new champion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels.


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[size=150]CAGE MATCH RUMBLE[/size]

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DETAILS: Malice escaped elimination last week, but only barely. If he wants to make it back to a fully 'employed' status he's going to have to do better this week, and he's going to have to do it in a much more difficult situation. Like the inside of a cage filled with some other guys who's future is in doubt. Will a couple of them finally step up and show the world that they're ready, or are they really just waiting to fade 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponents 2x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 15th & 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Mailce actually showed.....so he gets a stay of execution.

FINISHING RIGHTS: No need.


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[size=150]CARD OPENER MIXED TAG[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: I know what your thinking. The SUPERSTAR Champ, and the most decorated woman in the history of Fed X in a card opener? Yup it's true! Chance says she is “The Star of the Show,” but it's easy to get over in a Main Event. Doing it in an opener is another story. So we are going to give her everything she needs to steal the show. But not in an easy way! She's teamed up with a Grim (Alexei finally getting his chance to shine) and she's in the ring with the two people who are competing for the title of 'Most chaotic wrestler ever.' Just to make sure it doesn't get boring though......we'll put it inside a steel cage and say that whomever gets out first (as a team) 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2x cage match type. Each partner then must wrestle a different opponent 1x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 16th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: There was some excellent story to read in this one, and there was some great give and take. The biggest shortfall was that Chance had to have a last minute replacement (Angelica gets kudos for jumping in!) and her partner wasn't able to work to his full ability. That cost the team as they give up a slight sim edge to the rp work by Kitty and Draven. Extra posts helped nail this one down.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty & Draven
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:52 am

Live on Tuesday, October 6th, from [size=150]THE FEDERATION X COLISEUM[/size] in Toronto, Ontario.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



--v--


DETAILS: After coming close in their first official title shot, The Bromance are back for a second crack at the top tag team in the company. The HOT Girls held on to defeat Twisted & Sadistic at the pay per view, but now they're going to have to find another gear because the number one contenders are as dangerous a team as they've faced during their title reign.

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 of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, Against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 8th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The sim in this match actually turned out pretty tight, and some late insertions by Adam Draven actually shook up the results by time crunching a couple of people. The net result was that the match hung on a two point balance for The Bromance on the sim and the fact that Nate Daniels scored only one bonus point in RP, and posted only four times. The issue of bonus points was resolved when Homicide scored all three, balancing himself and Nate at four with The Hot Girls.

What does all of that mean? It means that it was a roleplay match.

The early going for three of four people was hurt by the fact that day one posts had little, to nothing to do with progressing towards the match. Note for people to consider when I'm their judge; if it doesn't relate to the match in SOME way.....I don't understand what it's doing in a match container. It reads like filler, and while it may be interesting and compelling to the character, if you can't tie it back to the upcoming match in some way, you need to get it out on the main boards. Another comment I have that can be shared across a number of people is that I'm not a fan of the crossing of the match being a 'work' with the real emotions of a fight. It doesn't read well to me, and while I thought that Homicide did a good job of trying to rationalize it, I didn't like it. If you're going to be a worker like Marlowe was, I think you have to commit to it. This half and half stuff gets messed up in the writing and going back and forth. It doesn't make for a tight read. Finally......be aware of the tense of your writing. All of you are prone to changing tenses during a post.

Now by person:

Eve: See the two above points, and otherwise a good solid effort. I'd like to see more personal growth in Eve during confrontations like this. I don't want her to be interchangable with anyone else during a match, and the way to achieve that is to make it matter to me that I'm reading about Eve at that moment. Your match flow is strong; almost as strong as Chance's.

Chance: Understands match flow perhaps better than anyone else in the game. That said, the work on structure of writing has to continue to develop to reach her full potential. You also need to make sure that you're selling what is laid in front of you. I felt like you missed some things through either a lack of focus on earlier posts or a lack of commitment to pushing your opponent's position. Good for you to try and draw us straight into match related character positioning right off the bat, but I would like to see more growth in her emotional state. It seems to me like I'm seeing the same things repeated in that vein.

Nate Daniels: The first two posts were very reflective of the group comments I made up above. I also found the whole 'ZEN' moment he shared with Homicide a bit of a struggle to get to. That could be me missing an aspect of Nate that you've developed in posts I haven't followed closely enough, but it seemed like a miss to me in this match. If Nate has that aspect to him, we need to see more of it and understand it. Your final post was solid.

Homicide: Homicide worked very hard throughout the match, but like Nate and Eve, suffered from the tense changes and the lack of match focus in the early going. The thing I like about Homicide is that he's in a state of emotional growth almost every match. I'm not sure how long you can keep that fresh, but while you do, it's gold. In your final post you worked the 'work' and the 'feud' angle in the same post. That didn't seem like something that a guy committed to being the very best would even consider. You benefitted from doing the sixth post as it was a point and a half better than the second one, and not only solidified the outcome, but got you Finishing Rights!

The winners and NEW tag team champions of the world..........The Bromance

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]I QUIT GRUDGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Valley flipped the script on Trauma during their first "therapy session." Trauma took some exception to this and sent Valley on a one way drug enduced demon ride. It seems she has a bit of a control issue. Meanwhile, Valley wants to try and reach out to her. How do we solve this? THROUGH VIOLENCE!! Trauma and Chris in a I QUIT match. Their conflict is about control, so let's see who has power over who.

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: RP match

WINNER: What started out as an intriguing match dies on the vine as neither competitor posts after day one. Trauma "wins" with Chris Valley never finding his way to the ring.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Trauma


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[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: At Reckless Insanity Angelica reached what many consider to be the pinnacle of Federation X. She doesn't get any time to enjoy the view though, because her first title defense is against a dangerous and deserving opponent. I'm not sure which of these women embraces violence more, but I do know that when I say that falls count anywhere, we're going to see some crazy shit! May the hottest best woman win!

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules with a 6 post hard cap for scoring purposes. 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

WINNER: Angelica: She seemed to falter slightly in the beginning. Her narrative was sparse in the first post. If she had gotten to the match more quickly, she may have gained a higher point score in the beginning. However, her early posts lack a certain amount of narration and descriptiveness that I look for. We get a general idea of where her head is at from the first post, but I would have liked to have seen more of what she did in her post following Kitty’s first use of silver sooner, as well as an entrance. As soon as the match started, she hit her stride. Delivering action which was well paced, interesting, and balanced(an improvement from her previous match against Nate Daniels), with a nice peppering of high spots.

Kitty Hawke: Kitty Hawke is a writer that knows her strengths. They lie in narration and setting the scene. From her very first post, I could almost see the images in my mind. She plays to these strengths in the early match. Her first post setting the tone and stage for everything else. She put Angelica on the defensive with the first usage of silver, and continued to do so through most of the beginning of the match. In fact, if there was a true, definitive weakness in her match, it lies in the action itself. Much of her writing in the actual match was spent describing everything else around her that the actual posts themselves didn’t have a lot of actual fighting in them, where Angelica’s did. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does allow Angelica to carry the action, which she did, in her posts.

This was an extremely close one for me, and neither performer should feel shame in the effort they put forth.

In the end, the winner was Kitty Hawke.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty Hawke.


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[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Always pushing the limits. That is what we've seen over the four months that Alan Scott has absolutely dominated the X-Factor Division. Whether it was the match within a match against Genocide, or the title versus title match against Storm, or The Crazy 8, Alan Scott has continued to raise the bar for all future champions. Now he is putting out notice that he will defend his championship on every card until he is defeated, making him the hardest working X-Factor Champion ever. His first opponent for an unscheduled defense?

STAN DANIELS!

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 5 times Standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 8th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: I think it was a solid match. A good starting off point to a feud. Trauma being the one who turned the friends against each other was fitting. Seeing the friendship end was good. I enjoyed the match action as both guys gave and took the beating the match moved along well. Nor the question is what happens from here. The Sim slammed the door on Stan, but he has nothing to hang his head about.

Alan Scott retains.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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

--v--

DETAILS: These two men just went at each other last week, but it didn't resolve anything. With Risen paying for anyone and everyone who's willing to show some blind loyalty, we don't know what kind of shot Sin's going to get, but at least it's a title shot. Fair? Well we can't promise that. If the new stable shows up, anything could happen. Hell, Risen might just offer to settle their differences with a check.

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 3x standard and 2x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 8th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: If Sin was a few minutes earlier with his final post, the outcome might have pulled tighter together. As it stands, both men laid down a good foundation for growing their rivalry, and Stan's involvement was very entertaining. The sim and the extra post, as well as the extra bonus point, keep the belt around Phoenix's waist.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Phoenix Risen


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[size=150]TAG TEAM RANKINGS / BAD BLOOD MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: Try and keep up.....Carnage wanted a piece of Alan, but the champion wasn't biting. The A-Team wanted a rankings match, but Team SBFF had other ideas. In the end, The Powerbase is overruling the SBFF's and giving both Carnage and The A-Team what they want. In an all RP match it will be Carnage and Eleazer teaming up against Adam & Aaron who are getting their rankings shot at Alan & Geno. The winning team (assuming that it is actually a team that is going to be together!) will become the #3 contenders to the Tag Team Championships.

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: RP match

WINNER: Winner: Carnage and Eleazer both no-show, turning this into a straight tag match - and quite an interesting one. Adam apparently has decided to carry on the legacy of his father, the demented Doc Kiebler. Both Aaron and Genocide receive a taste of Adam's new-found "medicine" - with mixed results. On the positive side, both formulas work more or less the way Adam intended. On the negative side, they worked almost too well. Aaron is going to have quite a bit of work ahead of him, getting accustomed to working with 150 fewer pounds on his frame, and Geno is going to have to find some way around his new-found honesty, or he's going to be missing a couple of small but important body parts.

This was a fairly well-written match by all four of the characters who showed, and it looked for the first two days as if the match was going to be decided by a few breaks in selling (HONEST Alan Scott lying?). The difference ultimately proves to be Alan Scott's time restraints, however. Leaving 2 bonus points on the table and only getting up 4 posts hurt him. Adam and Aaron take advantage of the opening and snatch up all their available bonus points, giving them a narrow victory. Winner - The A Team.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=150]CONTENDER SHOWDOWN[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two guys who are right on the edges of the championship scene are being tapped to get in the ring and go one on one. Will Ethan break through? What about Rylan? With a '3rd Man In' Contract in his pocket, Rylan might be tempted to look past this match and into his future. We don't suggest it. Ethan Tyler is more than ready to step 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: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4x standard and 1x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 8th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Match thrown out.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Highest RP score.


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[size=150]BAD BLOOD PARKING LOT BRAWL[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Somebody should have told the new guy just what he was getting in to. It seems like he's aggravated The Pernicious One and now he's going to have to fight the most dangerous man in the company. Assuming, of course, that Joe is actually alive after the recent explosion. The two men are scheduled to meet in the private underground garage at the Coliseum and fight until only one of them can answer the 10 count.

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: All RP.

WINNER: Joe Power: His first post didn’t do much. Bad for him. His next posts though were what we come to expect from him. Not masterpieces by any stretch of the imagination, but solid work nonetheless. At times he seems a bit TOO larger than life, but that’s just the character. Having CCC crap himself was an interesting touch.

CCC: His work is hilarious. The character is very interesting. The writing itself needs some polishing. Both in grammar and in pacing. He seems to get lost in his dialogue a little too much, leaving the setting of a scene and the action as an afterthought. I like how the character switches from being proper and polite to vulgar at the drop of a hat.

Joe Power wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Pernicious Joe Power


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[size=150]FATAL FOURWAY[/size]

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DETAILS: With a mix of new blood and guys who are slowly getting back into the mix, we've thrown the four of them into an all out brawl for a prize that has more value than most people realize; A MATCH VETO. What do they have to do? Well, win for starters. But there's a little more. As long as all four participants post at least twice and the total number of posts is above twelve (only quality counts folks!) the winner will get a MATCH VETO, and the losers will all get an INT (to be used as soon as an official set of rules exists.)

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 and 1x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 7th & 8th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Alexei puts in the effort on the boards, but doesn't sim. Match thrown out as nobody else sims either.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Highest RP score.


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[size=150]LAST CHANCE OPENER[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Both of them failed to pass their physicals an perform at the pay per view. This is make or break time. In or out. Open the show and earn your spot, or go on injury reserve until you're ready to perform.

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 3x standard and 2x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 8th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Malice posts, and cannot sim. One post doesn't make for much of a match, but at least he showed up.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Malice.
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:55 am

Live on Tuesday, September 29th, from [size=150]THE BELL CENTER[/size] in Montreal, Quebec.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]THE CRAZY 8 X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

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DETAILS: For the better part of a month the picture of what the main event at Reckless Insanity would look like has changed and evolved, but it has now become clear. While we always knew it would be a CRAZY 8 challenge, with the X-Factor Championship on the line, how the seven challengers would be chosen has been in a constant state of flux. Now, with the seven chosen we need only to make sure everyone understands the Crazy 8 itself.

The Crazy 8 is a match that almost defies explanation. Here's what it looks like:


There are two sides of of a chain-link cage set up in front of the ringside barrier. There are four ropes hanging from the rafters at the mid point of each side of the ring just outside of the ring ropes. There are four mini trampolines set up outside the ring one on each side. There is scaffolding in the corner opposite of the cage walls. There are tables and chairs scattered around the ringside area. The winner must climb and get the belt out of the rafters. This can be done by jumping from the scaffolding, climbing a rope and moving across the rafters, climbing the cage and jumping - any way you can imagine getting there is legal.


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. Only the best 5 posts will be judged (of the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent using ANY match type, BUT.....you may not use a non-standard match type more than once. All matches to be simmed on the 1st & 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This was a match with a lot of moving parts, and as such as a judge you have to look at things differently. It is nearly impossible to have threads plot, and story. As such I looked for good selling and concise action. everyone did well to keep this from devolving to a “Can you top this” spot fest. Thank you for that. There were highlights such as Geno and Alan's bond. Trauma “Embracing her Crazy." Alan's “fear of failure.” In the end I think this comes down to Alan Scott's “Tight match writing skills” vs Trauma's building depth in the context of a match . I liked the depth more as it is hard to like match action with so many. Not Scott's fault as his last post was the beat he did for the match. In the end Alan wins the match as he busted his ass for three days and Trauma slacked off on day one. Without that this would have been a draw as it was THAT close. I want to comment everyone who kept posting even after the sim. It was a good read

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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

--v--

DETAILS: On the night that Aaron Action won his first X-Ecutioner Championship he was attacked by newcomer Phoenix Risen at ringside. Risen didn't succeed in his quest to become the X-Factor Champion that night, but the HEAT that is brewing between the two men means they'll be going one on one for Aaron's coveted belt in a table match. The first person to put the other one through a table wins. No other rules apply.

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. Only the best 5 posts will be judged (of the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A slight sim lead and an extra post are just enough for Aaron Action to retain against one of the up and coming talents in the company. Risen doesn't unite the Harbinger and X-E championships........yet. But is this feud over? Or has it just started?

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]TAG TEAM X-CELLENCE HELL IN THE CELL MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This fight has been brewing for a little while, and in order to keep the chaos contained the Powerbase have decided that these wonderful pieces of eye candy should be contained inside of one of the most dangerous cages ever designed. It will be Hell in the Cell for the coveted Tag Team X-Cellence Championships!

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. Only the best 5 posts will be judged (of the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponents 1x standard & 1x any match type. Then you may use your final match to sim either opponent (each partner must pick a different one) 1x any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This one was decided on the sim folks, and the sim decided that it didn't like somebody at EXACTLY the wrong time. The Hot Girls retain, although the hard work by the challengers makes it much closer than it could have been.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty Hawke.


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[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP I QUIT MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: A long time ago I said that Angelica had proven that she had what it took to become the Superstar Champion, and that I hoped she would take my advice to heart. Now we find out if she's ready to prove me right, as her burgeoning conflict with Nate Daniels explodes into a championship showdown with only one rule; it isn't over until somebody says 'I QUIT.'

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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Psycho Mantis

WINNER: The difference in this match was roughly one point. I liked how Nate Daniels took an early lead into the match, He set the tone for part of it, and Angelica followed along. That said, by the time she made her entrance she had sown the seeds of the angle which would dominate the match. The match action itself was solid by both competitors. You could tell that each person knew how to pace a match, how to make moves interesting, and how to make you want to see what they’ll do next. I like how Angelica included the crowd. I find that isn’t often done. There was one glaring problem: I feel as though she didn’t give Nate enough offense. Granted, her gimmick is of a special nature. Still, I think she may have gotten a teensy overzealous in the amount of abuse she dealt. Nate Daniels rolled with it all in stride, but towards the end I think he left what happened to Angelica in her hands, instead of trying to twist her angle around. Altogether, both did fantastic. I want to see a re-match, when Nate’s arm is healthy.

The winner: Angelica

FINISHING RIGHTS: Angelica


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[size=150]FIRST BLOOD CHALLENGE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: I don't know where this one came from, but I found it in the request stack on my desk. Apparently Alan Scott takes offense to how much time Colt spends "stalking our fine company" so he's requested that we put the challenge out there. Colt is something of a stuntman, but Alan claims he's a sissy in stuntman clothing. He wants a battle to the first blood to prove it. We can't make Colt show up, but we're pretty sure Alan's going to show up and talk some shit!

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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Krusher

SIM RULES: N/A - it's an all RP challenge, because Alan would crush SCC on the sims

WINNER: Alan Scott. The man known as "The Greatest Wrassler Ever" versus Federation X's Franchise - a match worthy of Main Event status in either federation. Unfortunately, the Stuntman's notification of the match must have got lost in the mail. By the time Colt found out there was a match, it was too late for him to hop a flight from Toronto to Montreal - which means that the two spent the match jawing back and forth via closed circuit feed. Fortunately for the fans, the non-match turned into a showdown between the first ever One World Champion and the first ever King of the Cage as Carnage came out to confront the X-Factor Champion. What happened? That's a story for Alan to tell.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP STREET FIGHT[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Can Risen walk out a double champion? Later in the evening he's got a shot at the X-Ecutioner's belt, but before he gets there he has to go one on one with a man who had a very impressive debut week in the company. Sinsemilla gets a shot to step up into the title picture after his strong showing against Eve Riley. The two men are going to have to fight on Rue St. Catherine, and just to make it interesting.....nobody cleared it with the local authorities. French speaking policemen can be very.....hostile to the english at times. Sure hope these guys can handle 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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Another match where the SIM really hammered home the outcome of the match. Good work by both men to keep it moving despite that hammering. Sin's getting himself into the thick of it, and once he gets the sim down, he'll be back to a title match in short order. Phoenix though is rather quietly putting together a top notch reign as the champion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Risen


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[size=150]3RD MAN IN MAKE-A-WISH MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: In the spirit of charity all proceeds from this match will go to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Each participant, during his prematch interview, will get to make a stipulation for the match. Before the three of them set foot in the ring there will be 3 rules. Could be anything. No Count outs. Finishers only. Best of 3 falls. Lumberjacks. Anything. They will fight under those rules, and the winner will win the right to name himself 3rd man in to any non-ppv title match he wants in the future.

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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 1x standard and 1x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The prophet had the early lead in this one, helped by the sim and the no show by Malice. But after a couple of hard weeks, Rylan finds a gear above his competion and manages to use RP to overcome that lead. One more point by Eleazer would have protected the lead, but he didn't find the time and it decided the outcome. Hearn wins this one.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rylan Hearn


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[size=150]LADDER MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Ethan's still looking to find that match that proves to the Powerbase that he deserves a contract and some steady work, while Adam Draven is coming off of an injury that only lets him work select dates. Getting back into the swing for him means working with the new kid and teaching him just how hard it is to 'get over' in the biggest company in the world. Throw in that they've made it a ladder match? This should be a good one!

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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Draven cruises as Ethan gets up a post, but that's it. I understand some of the real world issues that have kicked Ethan a little bit, so we can't blame the guy. But Draven makes his in-ring return in fine fashion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Adam Draven


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[size=150]SUBMISSION MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: After not showing up for her booking last week, Syren finds herself scheduled against Angelica's brother. He made a brief appearance, but nobody is quite certain if he is actually back or not. This match will tell the tale.

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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Alexei wins on a no show, and earns the right to a better match next card. We'll get him somebody who shows up. That's a promise!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alexei


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[size=150]GRAND PRIX RUMBLE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: It's a recipe for chaos. We're taking two men with a strange and.....unique.....history and sending them to rumble in one of the most infamous strip clubs in all of Montreal. The rules around this place are looser than Haley! I can only imagine the kind of anarchy that is going to be unleashed.

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. Only 6 posts will be judged (the first 6 posted) for each person, and you may only gain up to 3 bonus points, despite the fact that there are 4 days to the PPV.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3x standard and 2x any type. All matches to be simmed on the 2nd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Stan. See the comments above for Alexei.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan.


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[size=150]STEEL CAGE BLOODSPORT BRAWL![/size]

--v--[size=200]THE WORLD!![/size]

DETAILS: He now refers to himself as the Shepherd of Sins, and he's none too shy about trying to bring out the worst in people. Whatever it takes, he's not afraid to do it. In fact, he brought us a strange request. He didn't want just ONE opponent.....he wanted them all. A steel cage will be set up around the ring and Joe will be waiting inside for anyone.....and everyone.....who wants a piece of his belt!

RP RULES: RP is required in the same nature as a BS Challenge, but SIM will determine the winner(s)! It is effectively a blitz.

SIM RULES: Follow the rules for a Bloodsport Challenge. Participants may challenge as often as you have enough matches over the course of the card to do so.

WINNER: Read this list of names: Trauma. Kitty Hawke. Homicide. Stan Daniels. Sattlebone. Eleazer The Prophet. Ov Terror. Chris Valley. Eleazer The Prophet. Homicide. Adam Draven. With that many challenges, Joe must have lost the belt right? WRONG! In a feat not even his father can lay claim to, the Pernicious One will leave Reckless INsanity with the same belt he walked in with. I imagine you'll all be hearing about it soon enough.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Joe Power

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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:57 am

Live on Tuesday, September 22nd, from [size=150]THE FOXNEWS CENTRE[/size] in Schaumberg, Illinois.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



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

--v--

DETAILS: Some people have taken notice, but others are so wrapped up in their own existence that they haven't seen the writing on teh wall; Phoenix Risen can buy ANYTHING. At least that's how it looks as he literally BOUGHT his way into the Main Event with a generous cash donation and then secured his opponent....Alan Scott. On the line? Nothing less than the X-Factor Championship. Either this Harbinger Champion comes from old money, or he's got resources that need looking into! Alan was lucky he didn't buy the kind of stipulations that a champion cannot handle!

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 5 times standard. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Alan Scott

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]CRAZY 8 QUALIFIER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The semi-finals of The Lethal Lottery conclude this week with the second set of 3-way matches for a spot in the finals to be held at the Pay Per View. The first two spots were filled last week by Aaron Action and The Sack Man. Who will join them in the match-up against the X-Factor Champion?

The HOT Girls will once again be providing special guest commentary.

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 of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, against either opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Kitty Hawke. It was a dead heat on the sims, and they went back and forth in the roleplay but at the end I had Kitty edging out Nate, and both of them defeating Ethan. It was a sensational read from all involved, and decided by the closes of margins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty Hawke


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

--v--

DETAILS: Lost in everything else that is going on around Federation X is the apparent suicide of Jonathon Wilson, better known to the world as Johnny B Rude. His untimely demise leaves a power vacuum at the top of the X-Ecutioner division and the simplest way to fill it is to have a title match between the #1 and #2 contenders, so that is exactly what the Powerbase have elected to do. Just for fun, they've made it a ladder 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: Grayson

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3 times LADDER, and then 2 times ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This is the finest effort in writing I've seen from Chance in a long, long time. She brought her 'A' game, and while it wasn't enough to overcome the SIM lead that Aaron built up, it was enough to get her the finish rights in the match. She didn't beat Aaron's roleplay effort by much though, as Triple A did a damn fine job himself. I thought things got a little difficult as the match wound down, but all in all this was a terrific look into both characters and their retinue. More match action next time would be a big plus! Aaron Action is your new champion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance (or Emma as it may be!)


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[size=150]CRAZY 8 QUALIFIER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The semi-finals of The Lethal Lottery conclude this week with the second set of 3-way matches for a spot in the finals to be held at the Pay Per View. The first two spots were filled last week by Aaron Action and The Sack Man. Who will join them in the match-up against the X-Factor Champion?

The HOT Girls will once again be providing special guest commentary.

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 of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, against either opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Phoenix goes out to the strong lead on sim scores, but Genocide and Homicide don't roll over for him. They go balls out in pursuit of the leader and put on one hell of a match. A terrific competition and all three men bring something valuable to the competition. The difference? Phoenix needed the final post to hold on and when he didn't get it up....Genocide stole the win and the spot in the Crazy 8. He picked up two of the available extra bonus points that Phoenix missed, and the extra post to get himself over the lead.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide.


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[size=150]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP JUNKYARD MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: He's back, and a win over Malice last week was just a tune-up. His name appears on most of the historic battles for the Bloodsport Championship, and he's not about to sit on the sidelines while The Scion of Suffering parades around with the belt and mocks all comers. Somebody pulled some strings and got the Prophet to the front of the line, even letting him pick his stipulations. What did he want? A junkyard, and no......way.......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: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Joe Power. Eleazer vs Joe was a good match. I wanted more, or rather to see them build on the themes in the match. With that said I think this was a GREAT jumping off point to a fued that COULD breath life into a divion that suffers from a lot of short tearms champs. So far as the RP goes, it read a bit disjointed as they posted off themselves; A pet peeve of mine. That out of the way, I look forward to the next time they meet.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Joe Power


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[size=150]CRAZY 8 !!BONUS QUALIFIER!![/size]

--v----v----v----v----v--

DETAILS: Four semi-finals and that's that right? Not a chance. Word just came down from the man himself....and X wants 8 contestants in The Crazy 8!! What does that mean? It means that some of last week's eliminations have just been given a second chance at the X-Factor Main Event next week. These six competitors will step into the ring and one of them will lock up a spot for the big match.

The HOT Girls will once again be providing special guest commentary.

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 of your opponents 1 times each using Standard match. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Matches like this one are tough as there are just so many moving parts and so many people. With that said I think there were highlights. From Trauma unleashing a “paranoia gas to the selling off effects, and “The HOT Girls” calling the action. Kitty did add to the match and I have to commend the selling of everyone as it made what could off made a hard read a lot more compelling. Ultimately Trauma had the active lead in sim points, and she maxed out in activity and bonus points to lock up the win.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Trauma


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[size=150]HARBINGER DIVISION RERANKING MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: After qualifying for The Crazy 8 last week, The Sack Man doesn't get any time off, as he steps back into the ring with The Network's enigmatic asshole; Malice. On the line? The Sack Man's higher ranking in the Harbinger Division and a chance to be positioned for the championship after the pay per view.

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 5 times standard. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Malice destroys on Sim, but The Sack is a step up on roleplay. Malice wins.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Sack Man


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[size=150]OPENING UP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The newest recruit into the company gets thrust straight into a working man's night when he's asked to go into the ring and help keep company phenom Eve Riley on the top of her game. More importantly to the company, they want to give Eve an easy win and get her heat back up going into the pay per view. Will Sinsemilla see that as a slap in the face and come in gunning to knock the huge star off her perch? We're about to find out!

All RP. We don't sacrifice anyone on the sim during their first 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: Living Deadgirl

WINNER: This was an interesting match. While I do not think it would be confused with a “mat classic” that was not the point as it presented a different side of Eve and gave a fresh perspective on the match. Sinsemilla came in as the rookie, and Eve came in looking to make the turn to “heel.” I think the way the match was done kept me in the match, and I thought the “inside view” was a new way to do something we have all seen before. The only thing I can point to is that in Sinsemilla's post I wanted more meat on the bones...more action. Eve Riley takes the win home.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:59 am

Live on Tuesday, September 15th, from [size=150]THE FEDERATION X COLISEUM[/size] in Toronto, Ontario.......

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



[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



--v--


DETAILS: Finally, The Bromance gets their shot at becoming Tag Team X-Cellence champions. These two teams have been at each other for most of a month, trading beatdowns and insults. Now it's time to see if the number one contenders can beat one of the most decorated tag teams in Federation X History, The HOT Girls.

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.


SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, Against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Time limit draw. Due to the sim issues the match has been declared a time limit draw.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide.



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[size=150]CRAZY 8 QUALIFIER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The semi-finals of The Lethal Lottery begin this week with the first set of 3-way matches for a spot in the finals to be held at the Pay Per View. The HOT Girls will once again be providing special guest commentary.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, against either opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Aaron Action. This one was chaos everywhere, when Ov's partner Joe Power came to ringside, and ETP & Draven were there with Aaron. It was a scrap from the start, and it cost Aaron his Bloodsport Championship, but he's going to The Crazy 8.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action.


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP ON A POLE MATCH - WITH A TWIST[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Phoenix claimed the Harbinger Championship with an easy win. But let's see if our newest signee, Ethan Tyler can give him a bit tougher test. To make it interesting, we're bringing out the Pole Match Poles. A spare ring rope will be stretched diagonally between the poles, forming an X above the ring. The Harbinger Championship will be strapped to the center of the X, and whichever man can get the belt - WITHOUT using a ladder, is the 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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times Standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Double Disqualification. Somehow these two men both managed to get disqualified, leaving a rematch very much in the cards (once the SIM is working.)

FINISHING RIGHTS: Ethan Tyler


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[size=150]CRAZY 8 QUALIFIER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The semi-finals of The Lethal Lottery begin this week with the first set of 3-way matches for a spot in the finals to be held at the Pay Per View. The HOT Girls will once again be providing special guest commentary.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, against either opponent. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The Sack Man. Stan put in a terrific showing, and Rude flashed a few moments of brilliance, but this one belonged to the Bagged Brit, who will be in The Crazy 8.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Sack Man.


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[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP STAIRWAY TO HELL MATCH[/size]



--v--

DETAILS: Nate Daniels pulled out every dirty trick at his disposal - or at least a pretty good number of them - to take The Superstar Championship away from Battlestone. Tonight, he goes head to head with a man who is no stranger in Rylan Hearn. The two men had a series of brutal matches a year ago, and now the two women they both called friends aren't around to keep them civil. This might turn into a huge bloodbath. Why? Because around the ring are several twenty foot ladders. Hanging twenty five feet above the ring is a coil of barbed wire. To win the match and become the Superstar Champion, you have to retrieve the barbed wire and use it on your opponent until he is bleeding freely, then either pin him or make him submit.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules with a 6 post hard cap for scoring purposes. 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.

WINNER: Full marks to both competitors for this match, which was a very well drawn out competition that didn't waste any time in getting into the narrative of the two men's historic dislike for each other. Both men put forth a solid effort, and left little doubt as to why they are such prolific competitors and why they are always at or around the top of the Superstar Division. Of course I'm something of a stern taskmaster when it comes to roleplay judging, so we're not going to get through this without addressing some shortcomings as well.

Nate Daniels is an interesting guy, and he's really starting to flesh out his persona behind the mantle of the Superstar Championship. This match allowed us some much needed insight into his history, and let us see his nastier side. Nate does dialogue well, and uses it very effectively to give us insights. It doesn't just fill space. Early in the match he lost a little bit of ground to Rylan because I felt like it was Rylan who was introducing the creative story elements, and it was Nate who was reacting and selling them, although fairly well to be honest. Rylan also got to the action sequences a post earlier, which was beneficial to him, but one Nate got there, he did an exceptional job of keeping the story moving, while not forgetting that the match was going on. The biggest weakness in what I saw from Nate was a lack of really creative innovation. I felt like he did a lot of things to keep the match interesting, but I kept waiting for him to drop a bomb or turn it unexpectedly. Little 'wow' moments won't keep that belt on his waist for very long. He needs to learn to plan bigger ones.

Rylan Hearn took an early lead in the match on the strength of some excellent plot devices and some early action, mixed with terrific narrative and insight into his character. My belief early on was that Rylan was in control and was poised to take the championship from Nate, but I did see one thing that I was concerned would cost him if it continued to appear in his writing. In the end the decision didn't come down to minor selling mistakes, but I would suggest that Rylan just take that extra bit of time to confirm small facts about his opponent(s) before he finishes his post. IN tight matches these can make the difference. Ultimately though Rylan's achilles heel was length. As many of you have heard from me in the past, I'm pretty specific about the length of posts that I want to read. Rylan's descriptive prose, while excellent in terms of its technical merit, runs on and adds too much length. It was a recurring theme in his posts, as almost all of them were approaching double the recommended length for judging. Being more concise will not only allow Rylan to tighten up his matches, but it will allow his opponents and judges to tighten up their focus on the core elements of his writing as well. There is actually a penalty for being too long and not being direct enough (notably in my judging, although some other judges touch on this as well) and having this issue arise in almost all of his posts directly impacted the outcome of the match.

Your winner and still the Superstar Champion: Nate Daniels

*It is my hope that Rylan will take this advice to heart, and reload for another run at this championship, as I consider him a very skilled competitor who could make a terrific Superstar Champion. This feedback can only make you more successful in future efforts, and while SOME people run away and quit when they struggle in roleplay....*cough*cough*.....maybe even cry that they were SCREWED instead of learning to put forward a better effort.....I hope you understand how to use this feedback to your advantage. I recognize that you put an enormous amount of effort into your match, and I don't want to see you discouraged by suggestions that you focus that effort more. You simply cannot turn in 2,000 and 2,700 word posts when the target is 1,000 and not have it impact your outcome. I see you as the type of player who belongs in major roleplay events, and if you can harness your technical skills and tighten up your prose, you will be a very difficult person to beat in the future.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels.


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[size=150]STREET FIGHT[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two new faces have arrived this week - one a Network draw to shore up the quickly dissolving team, the other an old face being drawn back after an absence. Both of these men are known for their love of violence, so let's give them an old-fashioned Come As You Are Street Fight. The only rule is do unto your opponent before he does unto you. Bring whatever you want with you, except company. To win, beat your opponent until he can't answer a ten count.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 2 times Standard match type and 3 times HARDCORE. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Eleazer The Prophet. Without the sim, Eleazer takes a commanding lead, and while Malice gets credit for getting some posts up even though the time limit had expired, he cannot overcome The Prophet's triumphant return.

FINISHING RIGHTS: ETP

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

--v--

DETAILS: Team SBFF has not had a match together in weeks, and if they ever want to work their way back into contention for the Tag Team X-Cellence belts, that needs to change. Kitty and Trauma have been spending more than a little time together lately, and Kitty had so much fun facing Alan for The X-Factor championship last week, let's put the four of them in the ring together. This will be just a standard tag match to open the show with a bang.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times each using Standard match. Use your extra match any style, Against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Kitty Hawk & Trauma. With the sim removed from the equation, the unexperienced tandem takes home an upset win over the former tag team championship.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty Hawke.
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:03 am

Live on Tuesday, September 8th, from [size=150]THE FOXNEWS CENTRE[/size] in Schaumberg, Illinois.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP PRISON CELL MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: With the way these two have been going at each other, it was only a matter of time until somebody ended up in jail. Details are still coming in, but it seems like Joe has been released on bail, and some of the charges against him have been dropped. In any event, the Powerbase have made arrangements for Joe and Aaron to be locked in an extra large prison cell, where they will compete once again for the Bloodsport Championship.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules Apply. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least 2 hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. Each person must wait till someone else posts or 2 hours before posting again. There is a two post hard cap per day per person.

RP JUDGE: Undetermined.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Aaron Action

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each week the teams will be reseeded, and at the end of the contest the two participants with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (You and your partner may not sim the SAME opponent with your extra matches.) All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Nate Daniels & Phoenix Risen. Despite the fact that Phoenix didn't get his posting activity started until the last day, the sim lead that he and Nate managed was obscene, and decided the outcome of the match. The posting was really all over the place on this one, with Nate Daniels doing the most consistent work.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each week the teams will be reseeded, and at the end of the contest the two participants with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (You and your partner may not sim the SAME opponent with your extra matches.) All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Kitty Hawke & Homicide. Joe Power was left without an opponent, which meant that he was in a no-win situation to begin with. He put up a good fight, but in the end he lost.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty Hawke


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

--v--

DETAILS: What does a slow and steady work focus on providing the Powerbase with a good work rate, dedication and talent get you? How about the number one contendership for the X-Factor Championship. After almost having it stolen away from her last week, Kitty won a non-title decision against Alan to secure her position and her shot. Now she gets it. The Network have filed papers to prevent us from booking Alan in anything outside the ordinary though, so it will have to be a straight up wrestling match for Ms. Kitty.

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: Satan

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times standard. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Pending

FINISHING RIGHTS:


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

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DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each week the teams will be reseeded, and at the end of the contest the two participants with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (You and your partner may not sim the SAME opponent with your extra matches.) All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Genocide & Stan Daniels. Clyde didn't post, and everything else was moot. Alan gets hung out to dry, so he'd better pray that he hung onto his belt.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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

--v--

DETAILS: He's turned over a new lead, and the Powerbase want to see just how sincere he is about it. To make the match interesting, they have put twenty random 'win conditions' into a bag at ringside. At the start of the match, each competitor will draw one out of the bag. Whatever they draw is what their OPPONENT must do in order to win the match. The card could say 'COUNTOUT' or 'PINFALL.' Then again, it could say 'FIRST BLOOD' or 'Land 5 Steel Chair Shots.' Whatever it says, is legal. Once each competitor knows what he has to do to win....the match starts. And everything within the scope of the win condition is legal. Anything else.....is not.

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 3 times standard and 2 times any type. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: It wasn't quite the match that it could have been, but Rude's sim advantage was simply too much to be overcome, even by the extra post that Rylan got up over him. In the future a rematch with both guys firing full cylinder will be sensational. This? This was just a taste.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rylan Hearn


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[size=150]LETHAL LOTTERY SECOND CHANCE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The Powerbase flagged two workers and removed them from the event because of a concern that their workrate didn't measure up to the standard that had been set for everyone else. But they aren't without a soul. They're giving the two people a chance to win their way back into the event. How? Singles matches against the event's guest commentators. They don't even have to win. They just have to put in a solid showing. Of course if they do manage to win......they get the points towards their Lethal Lottery position.

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 2 times standard and 3 times any type. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Chance.....but only barely. I mean it was close. Tight. Practically a tie.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance.


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each week the teams will be reseeded, and at the end of the contest the two participants with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (You and your partner may not sim the SAME opponent with your extra matches.) All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Aaron Action & Ov Terror. Neither of their opponents, who also fought each other earlier in the night, got around to posting results for this match. Shame too, because they were winning, and they were the better team on the boards.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny B Rude


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[size=150]LETHAL LOTTERY SECOND CHANCE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: The Powerbase flagged two workers and removed them from the event because of a concern that their workrate didn't measure up to the standard that had been set for everyone else. But they aren't without a soul. They're giving the two people a chance to win their way back into the event. How? Singles matches against the event's guest commentators. They don't even have to win. They just have to put in a solid showing. Of course if they do manage to win......they get the points towards their Lethal Lottery position.

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 2 times standard and 3 times any type. All matches to be simmed on the 10th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Eve Riley, but as per the match stipulations, The Sack Man is now officially back in the Lethal Lottery. As an added bonus for his ass kicking effort.......we're going to count this as a win and give him the points.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Sack Man


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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:06 am

Live on Tuesday, September 1st, from [size=150]THE FEDERATION X COLISEUM[/size] in Toronto, Ontario.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: At Affliction Battlestone managed to overcome the odds and take the Superstar belt away from then-Champion Homicide. In so doing, he earned the wrath of Homicide's tag team partner, Nate Daniels. And by strange coincidence, Nate is the number one contender for that Superstar Championship. So, let's put the two of them together in an Iron Man match - sixty minutes of solid action from two of the most solid technical wrestlers in the game. Whoever gains the most falls in the sixty minute time limit will be the Superstar Champion.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules Apply. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least 2 hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. Each person must wait till someone else posts or 2 hours before posting again. There is a two post hard cap per day per person.

RP JUDGE: Malcolm Reynolds

WINNER: As has become the norm with any Superstar Championship match, This match up pitting Nate against Stone was nothing short of fantastic. This one was a very close match up with some of the best match action I've seen in awhile. Both Nate and Stone worked together like a well oiled machine and the action flowed nicely even through the transition of one post going to the next. As a matter of fact I could find little to no short comings in the match up save one.

While Stone did an excellent job in the match, His second post bogged me down. While I found it interesting to read why Stone has the "Loner persona".....About halfway through the post I was ready to see it go a new direction. I hate to say it but it felt a bit like filler to me.

Regardless of this one post, The matchup was another great affair you expect from two people fighting over the Superstar Championship. Great work by both but as always...there can be only one winner...and that winner is.....Nate Daniels.

As for Stone, Don't let the loss get you down. I have no doubt we'll see this belt around Stone's waist again soon.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each team will fight 4 tag matches against random opponents throughout the month. The team with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (total of 5 matches). All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A completely dominating SIM performance by the team of Homicide and Clyde Lucas is nearly lost as life issues keep Clyde away for most of the match. Homicide manages to survive the RP onslaught of Joe and Rylan, however. And just in case you ever wondered about those bonus RP points, they were the difference in determining finishing rights for this match. Winners - Homicide and Clyde Lucas

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each team will fight 4 tag matches against random opponents throughout the month. The team with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 opponent 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (total of 5 matches). All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This was a pretty solid match, given the fact that Ov was thrown to the wolves. Alan was solid as usual. I would have liked to see a little more from Battlestone, but I understand how hard it can be to get up for two matches when you're double-booked. Ov did an admirable job, but without a partner backing him up, Alan Scott and Battlestone take the easy win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP THREE-WAY DANCE[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The Sack Man held this title for a good part of the summer, and now that Battlestone has vacated it, we decided to throw Sackie and the other two top contenders into a match to decide a NEW Harbinger Champion. Will The Sack Man be able to return to his Championship form, or will Mandy finally break through the "Championship Barrier" and claim gold? Or, will newcomer Phoenix Risen continue riding his wave of success?

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 2 times HARDCORE. All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A huge disappointment of a match as The Sack Man fails to show and Mandy only manages one post. Both also fail to post SIM results, giving Phoenix Risen an easy ride to his first taste of Federation X gold. Congratulations to our NEW Harbinger Champion.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Phoenix Risen


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each team will fight 4 tag matches against random opponents throughout the month. The team with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (total of 5 matches). All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This was an entertaining, if slightly deranged match which saw just about everything we've come to expect from an appearance by Maverick and Kitty... and Aaron Action's hose. It's a shame Mandy couldn't have been more involved, as that might have made this a match of the card contender. Mandy's lack of SIM results hands Mav and Kitty an easy win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Kitty


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each team will fight 4 tag matches against random opponents throughout the month. The team with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 opponent 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (total of 5 matches). All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A big thank you to Genocide and Phoenix Risen for doing a stand-up job of posting against a double no-show. Easy win for the pair.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Genocide


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[size=150]Crazy 8 Lethal Lottery[/size]

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DETAILS: This month is The Crazy 8, and one of the ways into the Finals for the X-Factor Championship is to win the Lethal Lottery being held the first four weeks of September. Each team will fight 4 tag matches against random opponents throughout the month. The team with the highest total number of wins will earn two of the four spaces in the Crazy 8 Finals. Oh, Tag Champions The HOT Girls are going to provide guest commentary for the Lethal Lottery matches. Lucky us.

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 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (total of 5 matches). All matches to be simmed on the 3rd, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match was a lot of fun to read, with four really top-quality RP'ers putting pretty much everything they had into the match. This one is a match of the card contender I would say. The sim gives Angelica and Johnny a fairly comfortable cushion, and The Daniels duo just couldn't make up the difference in the RP. Winners - Angelica and Johnny Rude

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:10 am

Live on Wednesday, August 26th, from [size=150]THE COW PALACE[/size] in San Francisco, California.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP HELL IN A CELL[/size]

--V--

DETAILS: The match to crown a new Superstar Champion boiled down to these two, and Homicide has called Battlestone out, wanting to prove that his first win over the man was no fluke. A cage also came into play during that first Superstar match, so let's put these two men in a Hell in a Cell match. That sounds like a winning idea.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules Apply. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least 2 hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. Each person must wait till someone else posts or 2 hours before posting again. There is a two post hard cap per day per person.

RP JUDGE: Grayson

WINNER: As I start to write my decision it is almost 3pm board time on Sunday. I started my review of the match a little over four hours ago. Why does that matter? Read on...

Homicide ~ I'm going to start by running down the work I feel that each person did, and with Homicide I have a lot of really great things to say. Each time that Jeff McCarthy competes in a match I find myself being drawn into the character's complex personality and social adjustment issues, and that's an important tool for a writer to take advantage of. Making me care about Jeff is a credit to the author. I don't want to nit pick on small fractions of a point being deducted here and there, so I'm only going to touch on areas I would like to see improved on going forward. Here's the first......I love the complex character that Jeff is, and I love that he deals with very real things......like a terrifying fear that reaches down deep enough to make him piss his pants. Unfortunately I find that sometimes the shift or writing to get out of that position and back to the macho 'I can overcome' mentality is too quick. Such a great job is done selling the shortcomings of the character that I really feel like it needs to be more difficult to overcome them. In the future.....and as hard as it is for a lot of writers.....I would advise worrying less about over coming those drawbacks in the same post......and maybe even at all. Those character 'flaws' if you will are what make Jeff great and different. Celebrate them more and I think you can only benefit. I also feel like some of the posts are short on quality action. After a couple of posts that starts to matter more and more in matches, and its an area where you can certainly improve. The fourth and sixth post were a touch light on that. Also, while I understood the reason for explaining the whole collission with the Hot Girls in the final post.....I didn't care about it at all. I wanted more of Jeff's unfolding drama. Rude could have run over the Hot Girls with a steamroller and watched their guts stretch out across the floor and I wouldn't have stopped to read it twice. The story was all really hanging on Jeff at that moment, and that's where the whole focus needed to be. Also, I thought you handled the situation with Nate well. A lot of players might have been infuriated by the fact that Battle took the opportunity to have your own partner swerve you during the match. You could have gone a number of ways with it. Instead you sold it. That part where you cut away to the Hot Girls? I would have loved to have seen that get filled with Nate trying desperately to make it clear that he DIDN'T swerve Jeff, while Jeff's feral release to rage prevented him from hearing it.

Battlestone ~ By far one of the best matches I've seen you do here in Federation X. First let's focus on the good. You handle action very well and anyone who's ever watched me judge can tell you that that shit matters to me. The more you stayed focused on it and on the drama unfolding in the ring, the better you performed in the post. Like Homie I thought you did a good job of working dialogue into the match in just the right amount, without getting lost in it. You also kept the match moving forward and didn't fall into the trap that cost you the last time out; letting a post go by without moving the match forward at all. Good work. Now, for areas where you can work on improving. You had two posts that didn't get to the 1,000 words that I use as a starting point for full points in effort. They cost you slightly, and I can tell you that as with all issues, a quarter of a point in this match MATTERED!! Early on you did some exceptional work selling. I thought you took some bold risks though in the later posts. You didn't convince me that Colt would have turned on Jeff and forgotten that he had come to Fed X strictly to insult and humiliate you, but you also didn't lose me on it. You tried to give reason to the decision, and while it made some sense.....it wasn't strong enough to make it a quality sell. The only other point which cost you some (and not as much as some people probably think it should) was having Nate attack Jeff. Some people will point to this as a MAJOR issue, because it's Jeff's tag team partner. I think it *might* be an issue, but it isn't as major as other will see it. Why? Because Jeff set it up in his earlier post and left it hanging out there for a while. Sooner or later it had to play out, and you decided to be the one to take hold of the situation and do it. Did you get it right? Probably not. Did it hurt you to do it? Yes. Did it cripple your score? No. I think you handled it as well as you could working from the information that Homie made available in his earlier posts, and you have to get some credit for not just ignoring the hanging plot device because tackling it was dangerous.

THE DECISION ~ This match was closer in points than the last one that I judged. Believe that or not as you will, since every judge seems to spew that crap out. Those who speak to me know I'm happy to say when its a squash......which this wasn't. The final points came down to less than one tenth of a point. In case anyone's wondering, I judge in quarter points, so once it all averages out there are tenths of a point on my scorecard. Otherwise we'd be talking about a draw. Given that it was a PPV match though, I couldn't have it be a draw. So I agonized over details. Here's what I came back to and I hope that both competitors overcome the difficulty of dealing with a match like this and bounce right back because in my mind this is a Match of the Month contender. I felt like Homicide was the more polished writer, with a smoother flow and a better ability to make me care about his emotional issue. I felt like Battlestone understood action and match dynamic better. Both men worked great dialogue and both kept the match moving forward well. Battle did a good job in selling and progressing Jeff's story without forgetting what his own story was, a shortfall in their last match. Jeff did excellent work selling the changing dynamic of his match and his relationships. It was superior work all the way. So here's how it broke down. Jeff managed to edge out Battle in a few of the judging areas . Unfortunately for him Battle scored noticeably better in the match action, which overcame those slight edges. In the closest match I've ever judged....

Battlestone is the new Superstar Champion.


FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone (*I admit to being tempted to give the finish to Colt! That dude is HOT!)


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

--v----v--

DETAILS: Chance has been crowing pretty loudly about her Champion's Edge to anyone and everyone who will listen. Well, tonight she doesn't have it. If Chance gets herself disqualified or counted out the championship WILL change hands. Her opponents? One is one of the two people who answered her call for essays, Rylan Hearn. The other challenger is someone who has stepped up and earned a shot in impressive fashion, Angelica. And as luck would have it, not only does she have ties to Chance, she also now has ties to Rylan.

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

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2 times Standard, and then either opponent 1 time ANY match type (total of 5 matches). All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match was everything we'd hoped it would be when we booked it. All three writers pulled out the stops, giving us a wild match. Angelica jumps out to the early SIM lead, but Rylan pours on the juice in the RP. If Chance or Angelica had been able to cap out in the RP the outcome might have been different, but as things stand now, the winner and NEW X-Ecutioner Champion is Rylan Hearn!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rylan Hearn


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[size=150]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP TAPED FIST MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Aaron Action has been a stalwart in the Bloodsport division ever since his early days in Federation X. Lately, Joe has decided that he wants to move into the Bloodsport Division as well. So, let's put the two of them in a ring, let them tape their fists and go at it. To win, you have to beat your opponent until he can't answer a ten count.

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 3 times STANDARD and 2 times HARDCORE. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Joe and Aaron put on quite a show on the board, but Joe's sim lead is too much for Aaron to overcome. Winner and Bloodsport Champion - Joe Power.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]ALL IN THE FAMILY STRAIGHTJACKET MATCH[/size]

--v--

special guest referere:

DETAILS: Well, it seems that Kitty might have driven Brett just a tad bit crazy. And, truth be told, most people consider Kitty more than slightly disturbed as well. So, let's put a straightjacket at the timekeeper's table. The winner is whover can beat the other senseless enough to lock them in the straightjacket. And just to keep it in the family, let's set Faith as the special guest referee.

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 3 times using STANDARD match type and 2 times using the HARDCORE match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: We knew when we signed this match that anything at all might happen - and most of it did. In a match that almost defies description, Kitty jumps out to a huge SIM lead. Maverick tries to make some headway in the RP, but did I mention that Kitty's SIM lead was HUGE? Kitty wins. Meow.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Maverick


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

--v--

DETAILS: The HOT Girls have chosen The Runts as their opponents for the night. The dynamic here is pretty complex. Chance and Johnny have always had a bit of a rivalry, which came to a head this month when Johnny tried to make Chance confront her past. Eve on the other hand has shared one of the world's oddest friendships with Johnny, and hit it off pretty well with Mandy as well. So, let's just throw them all into the ring Tornado style. No tagging back and forth, just four people in the ring, fighting to see which pair will leave the Tag Team X-Cellence 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: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim each member of the opposite team 2 times using standard matches and one member 1 time using any match type. The extra match cannot be used against the same person on the opposing team. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The HOT Girls take a huge sim lead, and then pour it on in the RP to successfully defend the tag titles.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The HOT Girls


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[size=150]TABLES, LADDERS, CHAIRS THIRD MAN IN MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: These two have shown up and decided that they just want to fight - each other. And it seems that there have been chairs involved at least a few of the times they got together. So, let's make this a Tables, Ladders, Chairs match. To win, you have to put your opponent through a table, hit him with a chair, AND climb the ladder to grab the briefcase. What's in the briefcase? A Third Man In Contract. IF the winner of the match hits his 5 post cap, then he will be able to insert himself into one title match of his choice in September.

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 5 times using the TLC Match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The sim was extremely not nice to Clyde, but both men put on a nice show on the board. Just what we'd all been expecting from two guys who'd been building heat for most of the month. Winner - Phoenix Risen.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Phoenix Risen


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP I QUIT MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Battlestone and his manager - okay, mainly his manager - have taken the fight to Mandy, using her to hurt Johnny Rude. Mandy managed to escape Divina's clutches - ironically with help from Mr. Stone. But that doesn't mean we want to just forget about this match. OH NO! A match like this deserves some special rules - like, say, none. Bring what you want, do whatever you want. The only way to win is to make your opponent say "I Quit."

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 5 times using the "I Quit" match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Mandy takes a big SIM lead but then forgets where the ring is as Battlestone dominates the RP to recover and retain the Harbinger title.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER CONTRACT LADDER MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Genocide relinquished the X-Ecutioner Championship during the time he was contemplating retirement. Nate has come in and in short order got himself on a roll, with a pretty nice four match winning streak heading into Affliction. Can the legend, the man who was never defeated for the X-Ecutioner championship be the one to end the streak? A contract for an X-Ecutioner Championship match will be suspended above the ring. The winner is whoever can climb the ladder and claim 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

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using the LADDER Match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A guest appearance by Kitty, a deal offered by Geno, a counter-offer by Nate, and throwing it all out the window for a fight. Unfortunately, Genocide didn't get sims posted, giving Nate an easy win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]X-FACTOR CHAMPIONSHIP AUSSIE RULES IRON MAN MATCH[/size]


--v--

DETAILS: What is an Aussie Rules Iron Man Match? Well, it's simple, really. This match starts the minute Alan and Stan bump into each other backstage - whenever and wherever that might be. The match will be fought under Iron Man Rules with a thirty second rest period between falls. Falls count anywhere, and the match lasts from whenever Alan and Stan start fighting until the opening bell for the Main Event. Whoever scores the most falls during that time period will be the X-Factor 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

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using the Iron Man match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: In one of the most entertaining matches of the card, the champion gets himself a lead on the sim and holds onto it in the RP to retain. Winner and still X-Factor Champion, Alan Scott.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Stan Daniels


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[size=150]ICE CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: So, Krusher had one really COOL idea for a cage that he didn't get to use during the KOTC, and he's graciously given us the OK to use it now. This will be a standard Cage Match - except for one thing. The cage is made of specially reinforced Dry Ice - it might crack, chunks of ice might break away, but the cage will hold. The Sack Man and Alexei - or Mr. Grim - will be locked inside of this cage and turned loose. Winner is the first to score a fall of any type. They say that your skin starts to feel the effects of frostbite after roughly four seconds contact with dry ice. Maybe we'll find 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 your opponent 5 times using CAGE match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Life catches up with Grim, leaving The Sack Man an easy win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Sack Man


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[size=150]OPENING THE SHOW IN STYLE[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two of the best in the business when they're motivated to win. Well, hopefully they will be motivated to get the crowd warmed up for the rest of the night. The problem is that Haley just got called to Canada to oversee The Network for Stable Wars, and Omega has been preoccupied with Kate Moran's health problems. Will they be able to concentrate on 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: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 28th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Neither Haley nor Omega show, but Ov Terror, Alan Scott and Genocide kick off Affliction with a bang.

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/A
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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:14 am

Live on Tuesday, August 18th, from [size=150]Federation X Coliseum[/size] in Toronto, Ontario.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]X-Ecutioner Championship [/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Chance had one of the strangest first title defenses in recent memory in her first X-Ecutioner defense against Johnny Rude. So, let's try to keep this one simple. Candy has clawed her way to the number one contender's slot for the X-Ecutioner Championship, and she's been targeting Chance's fellow HOT Girl Eve Riley to get her name out there. Rumor has it that Chance has taken exception to it, so, let's see what these two ladies can do with a ring and a referee.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using Standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Candy absolutely dominated the sims, and it looked like the belt would change hands.....but on Day 1 of the roleplay she made a critical mistake; she didn't get the bonus point. How much does 1 point matter? Enough that when both participants didn't get it on Day 2, I thought it might prove to be Chance's big mistake. It didn't, but only by the skin of her teeth. If either woman had gotten the bonus point, they could have walked away with a good clean win. They didn't. They walked away in a perfect draw. While Candy dominated the Sim, Chance owned the roleplay portion. Both had some errors, but what really stood out was how well Chance understand a wrestling match's dynamic.

A solid match.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Chance



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[size=150]Bloodsport Championship Streetfight[/size]

--v--
guest referee:

DETAILS: Rumor has it that Eve and Kitty got into it a bit on the sidewalk outside The Velvet Star a night or two ago. Well, that's the nature of the Bloodsport Championship. Those matches can and have taken place almost everywhere. But since these two ladies enjoy fighting out on the street, let's just make it a Street Fight. We have roped off one of the side streets surrounding the arena so that nobody gets run over. Pinfall or submission to win the Bloodsport Championship. And let's put a special guest Referee in this match too. Just for fun, Nate Daniels will be presiding over this one. I'm sure he won't show any favortism.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using ANY match type. Nate has 2 matches to sim as he chooses, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match is the exact opposite of the main event. The sim was very tight, and the roleplay was equally snug. Everyone was involved and it was a terrific storyline which saw the introduction of Sonny Crockett's return and the arrival of the 'ORIGINAL' Mr. Daniels. A very entertaining read, that results in a victory for Eve by the narrowest of margins. In fact.....about the margin of the SIM. Great work by Kitty, but just not enough as Eve worked hard to match her. Note to Kitty......the scoring policy is that I grade the first 5 posts of the match. You slipped in a 3rd one on Day 1 that was short. It had a purpose and a point, but it hurt you that it was a quick hitter, and didn't flesh out the story's progression like the rest of your work did. Eve? I should ban you for no selling yourself. NOBODY can be that vapid can they?

Match of the Card contender. Easily.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Hope nobody gets mad, but after a virtual tie by the ladies.....I'm giving finishing to STAN DANIELS!


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[size=150]X-Factor Championship Falls Count Anywhere Match[/size]

--v--
guest referee:

DETAILS: Alan Scott has had a death grip on the X-Factor Championship as of late. So, let's give him a challenge. Let's put him in a Falls Count Anywhere Match against the Whiskey-Fueled Bitch herself. Faith made her reputation in matches like this, so let's see if Alan can beat her at her own game. And to make things interesting, let's assign Homicide to be the Special Guest Referee. He's a bit of an Alanholic, but he's also made his intention to be the X-Factor Champion clear.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using Any match type. Homicide gets 2 sims to use or not as he wants, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Alan Scott. Edging in front on the SIM, and getting an extra bonus point on Day 2 allowed Alan to retain despite Homi's best efforts to slide Faith an extra 5 sim points! Solid give and take by the competitors.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott.


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[size=150]Bring Your Own Sack Three-Way Dance[/size]

--v----v--
guest referee:

DETAILS: After a week off for personal business, Aaron Action is back. Newcomer Phoenix Risen made his presence felt last week during The Sack Man's match, so let's put the two of them in with The Awesome One in a Bring Your Own Sack Match. Winner has to stuff the losers in oversized garbage sacks.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2 times using Standard match type. Clyde Lucas has 2 matches to sim any way he chooses, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The Sack Man took a large lead on the Sim, but Aaron Action was able to overcome it with some very hard work and an exceptional roleplay effort. Sack couldn't hold him off, and Aaron moved on to the win. Solid effort by newcomer Phoenix as well.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]Tag Team Challenge #2[/size]

[size=200]& Alexei Grim[/size]--v--
Special Guest Referee:

DETAILS: Angelica asked to be double-booked in tag team matches so that she could evaluate her options. So, to welcome back brother Alexei, we have The BROmance.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type, and then each partner must sim a different opponent 1x using any match type. Joe has 2 matches to sim as he chooses, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The Bromance got off to an early lead on the SIM and then matched their opponents on the boards to hold on for the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels.


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[size=150]Last Man Standing Bar Room Brawl[/size]

--v----v--
guest ref:

DETAILS: Chance has graciously agreed to allow us to use The Velvet Star as the site of this match. No rules, gentlemen, just beat the hell out of each other. Winner is the Last Man Standing. Oh, and to make the call, special guest referee Phoenix Risen, since Clyde Lucas wants to get to know him a bit better.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2 times using ANY match type. Phoenix Risen has 2 matches to sim as he sees fit, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Joe Power, who used the sim and the boards to control the match. It didn't hurt him that Wolf didn't show and Phoenix and Lucas kept getting in each other's way.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Clyde Lucas


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[size=150]Superstar Challenge Spin The Wheel Match[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Federation X has many great gimmick matches, and we've listed them all on our huge Wheel of Danger. Johnny and Haley will flip a coin at the start of the match, winner spins the wheel. Then they fight whatever type match the wheel lands on. Once that fall ends, the loser gets to spin. Winner is the first to three falls.

RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules - six post cap. 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.

WINNER: Rude.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rude.


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[size=150]Tag Team Challenge # 1[/size]

--v--
guest referee:

DETAILS: Angelica asked to be double booked in tag matches to evaluate her tag team options. So, we're giving Gelli and Faith a pair of veterans in Genocide and Battlestone. I know, they're not an official tag team, but the two of them have about a hundred years of experience between the two of them, and well, Geno's partner is kinda busy.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type, and then each partner must sim a different opponent 1x using any match type. Joe has 2 matches to sim as he chooses, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 20th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Genocide and Battlestone had the early lead in this match, taking control on the SIM.....but they were outworked on the boards and in the end it is Angelica and Faith who walk away the victors.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Angelica


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[size=150]Let's Start With A Bang[/size]

--v--
guest referee:

DETAILS: Mandy has been missing, tortured by Divina and an old "friend" Daren Lovegood. Rylan has been trying to make a comeback, so, if Mandy gets to the ring, we'll have a match. And for a special guest referee, let's find someone who has history with both. Like, say Eve Riley.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using Standard match type. Eve has 2 matches to sim as she chooses, ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 18th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Mandy controlled the SIM, but some time constraints kept her from going all out on the SIMs, and Rylan did some exceptional work to catch her and take the win. 4th match on this card where the roleplay decided the outcome.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rylan Hearn
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:16 am

Live on Tuesday, August 11th, from [size=150]AMERICAN AIRLINES ARENA[/size] in Jason Storm's Hometown of Miami Florida.......

The [size=150]POWERBASE[/size] presents This Special Edition of......



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This Speical Edition Of Storm Warning Is Dedicated to the memory of Jason Storm. Please Join All of us in Federation X to take a moment and remember this great legend.




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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]SUPERSTAR CHAMPIONSHIP BLIND MAN'S DRAW LUMBERJACK MATCH[/size]



DETAILS: With the Superstar Championship now vacant, The Powerbase has come up with a very creative way to crown a new champion. 8 Fed X Superstars have bee4n chosen to compete for the vacated title in a very unorthadox lumberjack match. All 8 competitors will come to ringside and surround the ring as lumberjacks. When all 8 are there and the match begins, a sophisticated random selection program will run on a super-computer that the company has wired to the X-Tron. That computer will pick two of the lumberjacks and the X-tron will flash their pictures. As soon as their images appear on the tron, those two competitors become the legal match participants.

Every 3 minutes the super-computer will generate a new random pairing to supercede the previous pairing. Because the sequences are completely random, any name can come up at any time. The only thing the system is programmed NOT to do is to pick the same name to pair against itself. Otherwise.......anything is possible. It is completely random! Your name could come up 4 times in a row, or it might not come up all match long! When match participants change the current participants have ten seconds to get out of the ring.....because any lumberjack caught in the ring is eliminated from the competition!

The rule keeping lumberjacks out of the ring is the ONLY rule. No count-outs and no disqualifications otherwise.

The match ends when a legal match participant scores a pinfall or submission during their three minute tenure in the ring.


RP RULES: Standard Superstar match rules Apply. For each day that a participant gets up 2 posts that are either a)not back to back or b)at least 2 hours apart they will receive 1 additional point to the day's rp score. Each person must wait till someone else posts or 2 hours before posting again. There is a two post hard cap per day per person.

RP JUDGES: Grayson

WINNER: I'm going to start this one off by outlining what I saw from those people who requested a shot at being in this match and then didn't follow through. I'll start with Aaron Wolf, because of all of the efforts I saw, his was the one that caught my interest quickly on Day 1. When Day 1 scoring was over, he was right in the thick of the lead. Unfortunately for Mr. Wolf, his posting stopped on Day 1, and so did his chances. An opportunity well wasted. Faith also made a couple of appearances on Day 1 before vanishing from the match. It's a shame because I thought the match would set up well for the woman who relished chaos and owned hardcore (an element of the match that I thought really got overlooked!) I don't think her heart was in this one from the start though. Adrian Blaine posted his retirement on the Admin Boards just after the end of Day 1, and like the other two people mentioned here, he got up two solid works on the first day before coming to that decision. I knew from a player's level what a loss that was for us, but I didn't comprehend it from a judging level until I saw his work. He elevated his game for the match, and while I think he had some distance to go, he made it clear he belonged in the match.

Omega and Mandy were no-shows.

Now on to those players who made an appearance on every day of the card.

Kitty. The talent, story telling and creativity is obvious. Kitty got up one post a day. Had that been the scoring limit, she would have made my decision much more difficult. She clearly has the talent to be involved in the title picture when she wants to be. Only activity got in the way of her pursuing this victory. Excellent work!

Two men posted to the full opportunity of the match and embraced it for everything that it was; Homicide and Battlestone.

For Homicide this match was a tale of personal challenge, alienation and destiny. I have a soft spot for this character that is growing constantly, and this match gave me some more feel for the background of a character that is developing crucial history. Homi started the match slowly, and his first post was the worst scoring post of the night. There are some technical issues that hurt his work at varying points in the match. The tense of his writing changed a few times, and that is something that I tend not to miss. It makes reading choppy for me, so I usually call it out. I'd like to see more attention to that detail. Late in the match he started to push the boundaries of my patience with long winded posts. Concise matters, and I identify a 1,000 word 'ballpark' for a reason. I mean it. NO BOOKS! The other thing I thought that he struggled with was the transition between scenes of focus. It wasn't called out well enough for me, and as a result I felt like those changes, especially in the first two posts, felt almost like a run-on sentence would. Like he just slammed from one scene into another without stopping to breath and reset the picture for me. I'd like to see that improved upon in the future. I would commend him on his dialogue work, which was excellent and flowed very well and I would say that for the most part he sold well. I did feel that there were points in the story where he lost interest in selling the details of the match type, but he wasn't alone in that. The big moments in his story all hit me in the later posts.

With Battlestone I felt like he shot out of the gate with exceptional selling, smooth segues between scenes and some interesting plot devices that were really put forth as opportunities for everyone involved to sieze hold of. Battle opened with his second best post of the night, and that set the early tone for him, as he lead out of the gate on my scorecard. Like Homi, I had some technical concerns though, and they start with the issue of changing tenses again. Don't do it. I don't like it. If you start a post in present tense, don't finish it in past tense. Unlike Homi, who ended the match with exceptionally long posts, Battle started out that way. They read well, but I will refer you to my comments about getting up into the 1,700+ word range above. Make me care in fewer words gentlemen. It DID factor into the scoring when you were long winded. Battle hit a speedbump in his third post, when he had more than one reference to the referee enforcing rules. Match stips identified the no-DQ nature of the competition, and the only rule being lumberjacks on the OUTSIDE only. It cost him a little bit in that post, and let Rude gain some important ground.

For me though, the last post was the one that tripped Battlestone up. It was easily the weakest of his posts. He allowed himself to be drawn into pushing Homi's story exclusively in that post, and when I finished the post I found myself no further along in the match than when I started it. The technical writing was fine, and the selling was great.....but after 20 other posts......I wanted the match to progress and I wanted him to give me something fresh. My attention span was all but gone when I hit hour number two of judging, and I didn't find it perked back up by that post. He's not alone though. Homi's final post wasn't much better......but it was a little better. Like Battle, it sold well, and the dialogue was great. It lacked innovation and it didn't move the match along enough for my liking by that point......but the good news for Homi is that he siezed the opportunity to bring his story full circle and continue to characterize. That made all the difference on the final scorecard.

Now before I leave you with my ruling, I did want to say a couple of things to all participants; I think you missed opportunity to sell the match. I saw only one reference (I think) to somebody taking a weapon into the ring and using it, and I don't think I saw any reference to the people not selected to pair off being lumberjacks. Sure, Homi tripped somebody up once......but nobody figured out how to use the match's built-in roleplay tools to their advantage. If somebody had.....I think it could have tipped the results more heavily in that person's favor.....maybe even changed the outcome.

You two turned this into a showdown, and you should both be commended for a tremendous match. For 2 days I thought I knew who was going to win.....and then the everything tightened up......and then the lead changed hands right there on the last post. I think this has PPV rematch written all over it. Your winner though, and the NEW Superstar Champion....................HOMICIDE!



FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]TAG TEAM X-EXCELLENCE CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Team SBFF have had a strangehold on the tag team titles, Mostly from not having to defend them at all during the month of July. Still...they are the champs and they haven't teamed in over a month. The same thing cannot be saide for the Hot Girls who want nothing more then to wear those gold belts yet again. Can Team SBFF overcome thier lack of interaction or will the Hot Girls take the advantage and regain the belts?

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim each member of the opposite team 2 times using standard matches and 1 time using any match type. The extra match cannot be used against the same person on the opposing team.. All matches to be simmed on the 13th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match was exactly what you'd expect from these four. A great story, a great match. Team SBFF just can't overcome The HOT Girls big SIM lead, giving us NEW Tag Team X-Cellence Champions - The HOT Girls.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The HOT Girls


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[size=150]TRIPLE THREAT X-FACTOR RANKINGS "ANYTHING GOES" MATCH[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: The last time Haley faced a member of Karmic Legacy, Her face got turned into ground beef. Nathan Cain is on a mission to avenge the death of Jason Storm by taking out Alan Scott and getting his hands on Alan's most prized possession, His X-Factor Championship. Enter the wild card, The returning Superstar, Diggzy Brown who had nothing but Scathing comments about Jason Storm, Something that is sure to weigh heavy on the mind of Nathan Cain. The winner of this match could find themselves one step closer to the biggest prize in Fed X. As for the rules? There are none....Anything goes....and you can believe anything will.

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 JUDGES: Krusher

SIM RULES: As Diggzy is no longer in the match, Sim each other 5 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 13th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Diggzy Brown announces his re-retirement just before the card starts, reducing this to a singles matchup. The Leader of the Network and the Leader of IKI put on a good show, with Haley taking a small SIM lead but Nathan able to pull out the win in the RP.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nathan Cain


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER RANKINGS "FIRST KISS" MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Could love be in the air? Maybe so if you heard what Joe Power had to say about Faith's new found partner Angelica. With that in mind, We're going to have the first ever "First Kiss" Match. The rules are really simple. First person to engage thier opponent in a kiss gets the win.....and moves up the X-Ecutioner ladder to boot.

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 JUDGES: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: A very entertaining match start to finish with some good work put in by both competitors. Oddly, I found myself almost pulling for Joe to win the girl's heart. Almost. Joe builds a huge SIM lead which Angelica just isn't able to overcome in the RP. Of course, the winner of the match either way was going to be Joe, but now it's official.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Joe Power


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER RANKINGS "PAYBACK" MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Johnny Rude is a new man. You can't deny it...But now comes his first real test. Earlier in the week, Candy went after Rude's partner Mandy in the Runt Locker room. The Rude of old would have done "Very Bad Things" to anyone brash enough to mess with his partner. Will the old Rude rise his ugly head or can the man who's seen the light get payback for his partner without turning Candy into a blood mess? Of course Let's not forget Candy, Who might just turn Rude on his ear like she did Mandy. As an added bonus, This one could very well determine who the #1 contender is next week and we all know how bad Rude wants another crack at the "Star Of The Show".

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3 times using standard match type, and 2 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 13th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Time restraints prevent Rude from being able to flesh out what started off as an interesting story. Candy does an admirable job of carrying on, picking up the win in the process.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Candy


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[size=150]"FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT" MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Earlier this week, Nate and Homicide Jumped Stone and Holly in thier dressing room. Now instead of a pearl harbor job, Nate will have to go one on one with Holly. This one isn't just about payback either. The winner of this match could very well get the right for themselves and thier tag team partners to get into the tag team title picture. Let's see what transpires.

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 JUDGES: LDG

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Nate was pretty much a One Man Show as Holly decides to throw in the towel after one post and doesn't put up sim results. Easy win for Nate all around.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]TRIPLE THREAT OPENER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: NO PICTURE= Clyde Lucas. No real heat here to speak of but wit the Titan Of Talk going head to head with the Sack Man we should expect a pretty damn good opener. Now we add the new guy on the black Clyde Lucas to the mix and see how the kid handles his first match. Will he show? Will nerves get the best of him, or will he shock the world and beat two established vets?

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 JUDGES: Von Braun

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponent 2 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 13th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Clyde Lucas comes into Federation X like a house on fire and impresses with a big win over two very talented vets in The Sack Man and Rylan Hearn.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Clyde Lucas
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:18 am

Live on Tuesday, August 4th, from [size=150]THE FOX NEWS CENTER[/size] in Shaumberg, Illinois.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]LUMBERJACK MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Last week, in one of the most shocking and disappointing moments in Federation X history, Genocide walked down to the ring and honored his promise to retire by conceding his X-Ecutioner Championship belt to the winner of the Chance v Aaron Action match. Chance walked away the winner, but walked straight into a schedule that put Ground Zero on the horizon. Doing some quick work on the Polarity broadcast, Johnny B Rude made sure he was the number one contender. This match isn't new, and these two have danced before......but things have changed since then. Chance is Network, while Johnny is.......a face? As if their natural heat wasn't enough though (and it wasn't) the Powerbase have decided that they need a BIG main event to follow last week's King of The Cage finals. So they're going to invite the rest of the company to ringside to impact this match.

And............as long as 5 different lumberjacks show up and a minimum of 10 posts go up from lumberjacks..........the best performance by a lumberjack will win a MATCH VETO.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3 times using standard matches and 2 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Chance and Rude put on one good show. This was some of Chance's best work in my humble opinion...BUT.....A few minor head scratching moments in her final post cost her just enough that the match ends in a draw. So....as the belt cannot change hands on a tie....Chance retains. **No Lumberjacks QUALIFIED for the Match Veto

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny Rude


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[size=150]HARBINGER CONTRACT MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Mandy fell just short in her quest to lock down her first championship ever, but despite that found herself still controlling the number one contender's position.....until Homicide defeated her on Polarity. Two great young stars with a lot of room to grow have captured the imagination of the Powerbase, and they want to see more. At stake? Storm Warning's title defense contract for the Harbinger Championship. There's only one little hiccup.......Battlestone is the guest referee.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 4 times using standard matches and 1 time using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: In another close match up, Mandy takes the lead early and manages to fend off Homicide....Barely. Mandy is your winner.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Mandy


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[size=150]BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: At the Pay Per View Eve Riley shocked the world when she defeated Johnny B Rude for the most vicious championship in the industry. Now she steps into the ring with one of her idols, and a woman who has worn that strap more than anyone other than Acid Ed himself. Faith has an agenda, but that hasn't stopped the company from decided that she's the perfect test for their young Queen of BS. This one's simple and straight forward. Pinfall only....and only inside the ring. Other than that? No 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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This one may wind up as the shocker of the night. Faith came out strong and took an early lead but perhaps the death of her husband weighed to heavy on her mind. Eve comes roaring back late and like her "Unka Jason" used to do, Eve snatches victory from the jaws of defeat. Eve Riley gets the win to retain her Bloodsport Championship

FINISHING RIGHTS: Eve Riley


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[size=150]X-Ecutioner Division Ranking Match[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: After two very good showings last week, Nate and Candy move up the card and get together to compete for something that really matters.....a chance to move closer to the title picture in the X-Ecutioner's division. Its a good old fashioned wrestling match folks......but we have faith they're going to turn it into something special.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This one got off to a great start and Left me wanting more from two people who obviously have great skill. My only wish is that this match could have had more posts to judge. In the end, Nate beats Candy to pick up the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels.


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[size=150]TEXAS STREET FIGHT[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Two of the biggest names in the company are being tapped to provide a real knock down, drag out brawl. Battlestone is really starting to round into Federation X form, and he's wearing his first championship to prove it. But fighting in the Harbinger Division isn't a sign that he's ready to start main eventing, so the Powerbase have booked him against the Modern Day Hardcore Warrior Aaron Action in the kind of fight that has the ability to steal the show.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3 times using standard match type, and 2 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This was another case of someone starting off strong but faltering in the end. Aaron jumps out to a nice lead to start things off but in the end, Battlestone does enough to walk away with a win he should have lost. Battlestone is your winner.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone


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

--v--

DETAILS: After being at or near the top of the division for an entire month, and being blocked from a championshpi match by Alan's ongoing commitment to the King of The Cage, Holly finally gets her shot. In what, at Alan's request, will be a straight up wrestling competition, Holly will have the chance to step in the ring and reach the highest platform in the company. The only thing standing in her way is the one man to wear four of the most coveted championships ever at the same time; HONEST Alan Scott.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The only thing that can be said about this match is Alan Scott retains in an absolute SLAUGHTER. It might have helped if Holly didn't disappear after just one post.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]X-FACTOR RANKINGS 'THROW IN THE TOWEL' MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Both Haley and Omega suffered an unexpected loss at the Pay Per View, but both are getting a big chance to bounce back in a match that has title rankings ramifications. These two are no stangers, so the match should provide all kinds of interesting twists and turns. One of them will be the presence of a corner person whose job is to throw in the towel when they believe their wrestler cannot continue to compete. The only rule? Omega cannot pick his tag team partner, and Haley cannot pick somebody from The Network. DQ and Count out are in effect though.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Haley wins on the No Show by Omega

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley


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[size=150]BEST 2 OUT OF 3 MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: After a win over fellow company newcomers last week, Wolf is challenged with one of the quarter-finalists in the King of The Cage. The man who defeated the reigning One World Champion in the opening round has certainly reminded everyone of why he can be a force. With rumblings that there may have been an off camera argument with Alan Scott recently, Carnage came to the Powerbase looking for a tune-up match to help him get refocused and ready to chase down the reigning X-Factor Champion. Can he overcome Wolf to move on, or is Wolf going to open eyes and turn into the real deal?

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Aaron Wolfe wins as Carnage Failed to sim

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Wolfe


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[size=150]HARBINGER RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Adrian Blaine unmasked just before the Pay Per View and revealed to the world who he really was. Now he'll have to set foot in the ring with the man who never unSACKS, and who's worn gold a few times with Federation X. On the line is the opportunity to move into the Harbinger Title picture.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Sack Man wins when Blaine fails to Sim......Noticing a trend here folks?

FINISHING RIGHTS: Sack Man


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[size=150]X-ECUTIONER RANKINGS FIVEWAY ELIMINATION DANCE[/size]

--v----v----v----v--

DETAILS: Some people have been taking time off, and there remains the question of whether or not others can be lured back from their retirements. Angelica was the first to answer that question, and word is that Joe will answer it this week as well. Rylan Hearn was seen in the building recently as well. The question is.....what about Geno and Crowe? Five wrestlers in the ring and one by one they will be eliminated.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 5th & 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: There seemed to be a bit of confusion in the sim department on this one as Angelica & Genocide failed to do thier second day sims. Kieran Crowe No showed leaving the match down to just Joe and Rylan with Rylan picking up the victory.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Rylan Hearn


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

--v--

DETAILS: Four talented performers who aren't committed in the tag team division have been thrown together so that the Powerbase can decide if they have what it takes to compete there. Von Braun might have to lean on anybody he sees with the right skill set and pressure them into working with a partner! Maybe we'll end up with another Rainbow Connection? In any event, this one should get the house really pumping as the card heats up with Nathan Cain and Matthew St John squaring off against Jordice and Holland.

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type, and then each partner must sim a different opponent 1x using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Nathan gets the win as everyone else in the match no shows.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nathan Cain


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[size=150]SHOW OPENER[/size]

--v----v--

DETAILS: NO PICTURE = CEDRICK CAESAR

Opening the show are three men who have a lot of talent. Benny had a decent showing last week, but couldn't overcome Homi and Wolf, while this is Ced's first booking since he waffled Krusher. Miller's world got turned upside down recently, with shocking revelations in the IKI. Is he still loyal? Will they show up to open the show? Can anyone handle Steve?

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 JUDGES: Malcolm Reynolds

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 6th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This one gets tossed to the curb as all three wrestlers fail to show.

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/A
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Re: Card Results 2009

Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:32 am

Live on Wednesday, July 29th, from [size=150]MADISON SQUARE GARDENS[/size] in New York City, New York.......

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



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[size=200]THE MAIN EVENT[/size]



[size=150]THE KING of THE CAGE CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Finally, the match that this month has been building toward, featuring the match-up that has been building for months. X-Factor Champion versus Superstar Champion, former tag team partners Alan Scott and Jason Storm face off in what might possibly be the biggest, nastiest match of them all.

And what match is that? Krusher's very own twist on an old favorite - The Tower of Doom - A triple-stack of fun! Three cages, stacked on top of each other, each cage smaller than the one below it. The top cage measures 10 feet by 15 feet, the middle cage measures 20 feet by 30 feet, and the bottom cage is a whopping 40 feet by 60 feet. Why so big? Because inside the bottom cage are going to be two rings - pushed together side by side. The two men will start outside the cage and when the bell rings, they have to climb to the top and enter through the trap door in the very top of the top cage. Every ten minutes the trap doors between the three cages will open for exactly two minutes before slamming shut again. If you don't make it through before the door shuts, you just have to wait. So, how do you win this match? Simple - be the first person to climb all the way up, get inside the top cage and then climb all the way down, exiting through the single door in the bottom cage. Easy, right?

Well, of course not. Why? Because the top cage will become electrified at random intervals - you'll never know when it's coming, but it is. The middle cage will contain two very special weapons - a matched set of viking shields - solid wood reinforced with bands of iron. And the bottom cage? We've invited all fourteen of the eliminated King of the Cage contestants to hang out in the bottom cage and throw Alan and Storm a party.

Oh, and there's a special guest time-keeper as well, whose only job is to press the button that releases the magnetic lock on the door leading out of the final cage. This button MUST be pressed at least once every twenty minutes or it releases itself. The door will remain unlocked for a random interval - anywhere from thirty seconds to two minutes. Who is the special guest time-keeper? Glad you asked. A little lady named Faith.

Have fun, boys,

RP RULES: All King of the Cage tournament matches are seventy-two hours with a three posts per day hard cap. In addition, there is a two hour continuation rule, meaning that one wrestler may not post back-to-back flashes until at least two hours has passed from the posting time of the first flash.

RP JUDGES: Krusher/Cedrick Caesar- Tiebreaker Living Deadgirl

WINNER:

Cedrick Caesar: My results... where to start, where to start. An unbelievable match that could have gone either way in my book.. BUT.. after reviewing more than I care to think about.. I have come to a decision. In MY opinion BOTH men each had a major booboo.. Storm's? I have to say no matter what, I would NEVER have brought my opponent to the ring.. or at least.. Not by the first post of the second day... Other's may disagree with that.. but I have to go with my heart on that one.. Alan's? Towards the end of the match when all had gathered... Storm in his post.. had them file out.. and Alan in his post, had them there.. then file out. A revisit? and a different view of the same thing.. or a mistake? Upon review after review.. I had to go with mistake.

The positives from both FAR outweighed the negatives.. Maverick's having the Karma Sutra turn on him.. uh, I mean the Karmic Legacy.. BAM! Nice.. But Alan does the same with the firing of Grayson and 'He's Not Breathing!' BAM BAM!

So what it boils down to in my view is.. the storytelling and how it all felt to me. In that area I have to say Alan hooked me when he stood for 7 minutes with his eyes going over every portion of the deathtrap.. The smell of grease.. the slight groan as the upper tiers shifted subtly on the foundation. The man hooked me.. and never let go.

In my humble view the winner of this monster match is..

Alan Scott

Krusher: WOW! Two of the best in the business step into what might have been the most brutal match yet. The Tower of Doom was a fitting end to what turned out to be a grueling month. The triple-tiered monstrosity exacted the price of blood from both men, and I’m sure neither will ever be the same again.

Now, here’s the really hard part. Breaking down a match and trying to find differences here and there to determine a winner. First – selling. Surprisingly, there were several minor and not so minor mistakes in selling from both competitors – something I’m not really used to seeing from these two. Without going into too much detail, there was everything from minor mistakes in the match stipulations – such as Faith’s actual job of releasing the final exit door, or that the other trap doors were open for two minutes once every ten – to bigger mistakes such as who was at ringside when, there were some uncharacteristic lapses on both sides.

As far as effort goes, it is obvious that both men put everything they had into this match. The posts were all put together very well and it was easy to see the thought and planning that went into every step of the way.

Both men told excellent stories, from the way Alan brought me into his world and made me feel like I was sitting right next to him to Storm’s climactic battle with Karma and his inner turmoil at becoming that which he was trying to cleanse the world of. The quality of the storytelling here was right at the top all the way.

Dialog flowed well and was crucial to the story. There wasn’t a lot of excess conversation that felt added in just to increase a post’s length. For the most part the incidental characters were sold well through the dialogue and the conversations shown helped push the story along in meaningful ways.

Which leads to the last two points for me. Wow factor and match action. Each man had a couple of nice WOW moments, from the return of Sabre to Stranger X coming in to clean up. The biggest, however, were (in no certain order) Storm being abandoned by karma with Nathan telling him that he had become that which he had been fighting, Stranger X firing Grayson, and Alan’s startlingly anguished cry, “HE’S NOT BREATHING!” I literally said WOW out loud – even the second time I read those posts.

Finally, Match action. The action was excellent for the most part, but there were a couple of places where it seemed to lag. The lags were taken up by storyline and those posts were still very enjoyable reading, but this is, first and foremost, a wrestling match, and there were a few times when it seemed like the match might be taking a back seat.

In the end, the combination of all the things I look at added up to point to one man. By the slimmest of margins on my card the first ever King of the Cage is Alan Scott.


WINNER: Alan Scott

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott


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[size=150]SPECIAL CHALLENGE MATCHES![/size]


--v-- [size=200]PROTOTYPE[/size]

&

--v-- [size=200]DEATHWISH[/size]


DETAILS: I know what you're thinking. Grayson.......he joined the IKI and he got hooked on CRACK. How else do you explain booking two top tier talents like Hairy and Rude against two MIA standouts from the wrestling world like Proto and Deathwish? Easy......these two douchebags actually asked for these matches! Now back off! It ain't the crack talkin'! Rude and Hairy both asked for opponents who don't exist in Federation X. I shold have ignored the requests. I should have buried the matches if I granted them. But I'm not that guy. I smell ratings gold.

So here's the deal. It's Hairy v Prototype and Rude v Deathwish. Any match type the competitors want to write about. Only ONE of them can win, and the other one has to roleplay losing to their MIA opponent. How? Easy. Each guy gets 1 post. Cap limit is 5,000 words, though length won't be necessary for the win. 500 words might win if its genius. Roleplay your non-match and may the best man win. The other guy? Has to roleplay losing. I don't care if they use cardboard cutouts, terrible out of shape actors to stand in. Its all up to them. But they asked for it.....and I want to see it now.

I want to profit from the sheer stupidity of it. Go ahead..........make me rich!

RP RULES: 1 post. Due up by the end of July. 5,000 word limit.

RP JUDGE: Von Braun

SIM RULES: No sim.

WINNER: Double no show

FINISHING RIGHTS:


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[size=150]HARBINGER CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: He has captured his first championship in Federation X, and people are starting to wonder if this time its the real deal. Battlestone doesn't get any time off of celebrate his victory though, as he plunges right back into the spotlight with a high profile title defence against one of the hardest working performers of the last couple of weeks. She's a newcomer to the company but she's already shown some very daring flashes of brilliance. Can she take home a championship belt to add to her growing resume, or will Battlestone hold her off and elevate the hit rate on Perseverence.com?

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 JUDGES: Krusher

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3 times using Standard match type AND 2 times using ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Another excellent match between these two sees Mandy take a small lead on the SIM only to watch it disappear as Battlestone edges past in the RP. Well done to both competitors and congratulations to the winner and STILL Harbinger Champion, Battlestone.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone


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[size=150]3rd MAN IN CHALLENGE[/size]

--v--


DETAILS: Haley and The Sack Man. Their stunning lack of HEAT doesn't change the quality of this match-up. They'be both been to the top, and they're both now looking up at champions instead of wearing the gold. Only one of them can impress me enough to get into a title shot with the coveted '3rd Man In' prize which will be awarded to the winner.

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 3 times using Standard match type AND 2 times using ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Haley fails to sim her matches, giving The Sack Man an easy victory and the right to insert himself into a future Championship Match with his shiny new Third Man In.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Sack Man


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

--v----v--


DETAILS: Rumors are swirling about the actual fate of this match. Alan Scott has filed paperwork to decline the retirement stipulation of the match against Genocide, but some people are working ot make certain that it is enforced. Will Geno end up in the cage with two of his top challengers? Will it be one on one for the vacated championship? We'll find out at King of The Cage, when the X-Ecutioner Championship is awarded to the first person to escape from the cage.

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

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 1 time each using standard matches and 1 time each using any match type. Use the extra match to sim ANY match type against either opponent you see fit. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: The disappointment of the night for me was seeing Genocide come to the ring and hand over the X-Ecutioner Championship belt. It was like something just was no longer right with the world. But the other two competitors really turned it up a notch and with some help from a couple of interlopers this match turned into a very good read. Chance takes a SIM lead, and a strong RP push by Aaron just falls short. The winner and NEW X-Ecutioner Champion - Chance!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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[size=150]TAG TEAM HELL IN THE CELL MATCH[/size]

--v--[center]

DETAILS: A challenge went out and was accepted. Two of the newly formed tag teams are going to square off in a hell in the cell tag team tornado match. The winning team must score a pinfall over their opponents in the middle of the ring. Outside of that? There are no rules. Winners will get a TAG TEAM MATCH VETO. The first one ever awarded. The only stipulation is that for the Match Veto to vest, all participants in the match must post four quality posts.

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 opponent 2 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Yet another disappointment for Aaron here as yet another partner bails on him. Hairy's no-show gives Holly and Battlestone the easy win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone/Holly


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[size=150]TRIPLE CAGE CHALLENGE BLOODSPORT CHAMPIONSHIP[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Dear lord......did Eve do something wrong? A match like this is a death sentence to a pretty little thing like her......isn't it? If you've never heard of this match before.....shame on you. Alan Scott and Carnage did battle in it across the oceans for the coveted King of Karma Championship. The inner cage is ten by ten. The next cage sits around it, measuring thirty by thirty. There is one final cage around that which measures fifty by fifty. Participants enter the ring and then the three cages are lowered around them. The winner? Escapes the cages and reaches the outside.

Just to make things a little more interesting, we have scattered all manner of props and weapons throughout each of the cages. Oh, and the outer cage? Its wired. To what you ask? Well we didn't tell the fans..............but 500 of the seats in the arena are sitting on a pressure sensative plate. Should any of those fans sit down? Enough voltage will shoot through the cage to send anyone on it for one hell of a ride!

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 5 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: This match was slow getting started and stalled in the middle, but Eve and Johnny both finally showed up on Day three to turn it into a match. Rude's Day Three RP push just wasn't quite enough to overcome Eve's sim advantage, giving us a NEW Bloodsport Champion, Eve Riley! Gives "Queen of BS" a whole new meaning doesn't it?

FINISHING RIGHTS: Johnny Rude


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[size=150]30 MINUTE IRON MAN MATCH[/size]

--v--


DETAILS: Omega v NATE DANIELS. One of Federation X's newcomers will face one of its most talented performers. He defeated Max Entropy and Angelica for a spot in the King of The Cage. He put on one hell of a battle against Cian MacCormack in the opening round, and since then he's been doing a lot of recharging his batteries. His first assignment now that he's back? Take the measure of newcomer Nate Daniels in a 30 minute iron man 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: Living Deadgirl

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Omega welcomes newcomer Nate Daniels in style as the two put on a good RP performance. Nate takes a slim SIM lead and holds on in the RP to make his Federation X debut a success.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Nate Daniels


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[size=150]LAST (WO)MAN STANDING CAGE MATCH[/size]

--v--


DETAILS: Young Mr. Miller decided that betraying his father and joining up with Storm and Emissary was a good decision. Obviously he's never met Faith. She's the whiskey fueled bitch, and she's come back with a bit of a hard on for breaking skulls. Notably those in the IKI. Will James be able to send her back to retirement? Will she send a message her husband can no longer ignore? There is no escaping the cage. Nobody will unlock it until only one person can answer the ten count.

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 5 times using any match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: James Miller is disqualified (although he did contact Grayson about a problem that was unable to be resolved in time), and Faith wins, although the best post of the night came from unscheduled Angelica Grim making her return!

FINISHING RIGHTS: Faith


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[size=150]HARDCORE LOCKER ROOM BRAWL[/size]

--v--


DETAILS:Like his tag team partner Omega, Carnage was one of the participants of the King of The Cage who needed to charge his batteries up after being eliminated in a tight battle with Johnny B Rude. He's been working himself back into matches recently, and now he's about to face a stiff test in the form of the company's only military officer. Putz has been working hard and making some ground, but he's not been picking up a lot of wins. Will he make a mark by turning that around against one of the biggest names the industry has ever seen? They'll battle it out in the back, followed around by our intrepid camera crew.

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 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Major Putz removes his rubber mask, which had to be one suffocating way to wrestle, and reveals himself to be Adrian Blaine. There was some decent back and forth, but the match never clicked. Having said that in both SIM and RP, the winner was ADRIAN BLAINE (Congrats on your first Fed X win).

FINISHING RIGHTS: Adrian Blaine


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[size=150]TRIPLE THREAT MATCH[/size]

--v----v--


DETAILS:NO PICTURE = AARON WOLF.

Three...........well let's be honest.....TWO big names have jumped on board in the last week, and the other guy is trying to get his name to that level. With a headliner like Benny Blair in the match this one could steal the show. Of course to do that he'll have to get the most out of the King of Abs and Aaron Wolf. A good showing could launch any of these three into the title pictures in the start of August.

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 2 times using standard match type, and then use your final match against either opponent. It may be ANY match type you choose. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: I wanted more. What can I say? I'm a greedy bastard and I wanted more. It started out with some good laughs, but it never manifested into much of a match in the ring, which is something I look for in......ummmm.....wrestling matches. Benny didn't exist on the sim, so he was eliminated on that technicality. Aaron took a strong SIM lead and while Homicide mounted a big charge with roleplay, Aaron did the job and hung on for the win. The extra post went up a couple of minutes late though, and he was unable to hang on to the finishing rights. A good effort from Aaron in his first match, and a showing by Homie that reminded us of why we signed him. Now if only he would learn how to wrestle...

FINISHING RIGHTS: Homicide


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[size=150]FREE FOR ALL BRAWL[/size]

--v----v----v----v--


DETAILS:NO PIC = JORDICE

A fourway dance that just got bumped into a five wrestler brawl to get the card moving. Kieran's been somewhat quiet since being knocked out of the King of The Cage by Genocide, but he's being tapped along with company veteran Venus to work the match against newcomers Candy, Jordice and Matthew St John. All five performers are legal at all times, but this is NOT hardcore rules. No countouts though. This one should be very interesting.

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 1 time using standard match type, and then use your final match against any opponent who nobody else has used their final match against. It may be ANY match type you choose. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Not a lot of action in this one as only three of the five competitors make it to the ring. Candy takes a small SIM lead and turns it into a debut victory with a nice RP performance.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Candy


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[size=150]SHOW OPENER[/size]

--v--


DETAILS:Two of our most talented vets have been taking it easy with their work schedule lately. This is their call to rebound and start forcing their way back into the championship picture. The question is whether either of them will answer the call, or people will once more be asking.....'Is Kashmir dead?'

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 5 time using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 31st, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Holland wins by no-show. Thanks go out to Holland for carrying on alone in this one.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Holland
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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:35 am

Live on Wednesday, July 22nd, from [size=150]FEDERATION X COLISEUM[/size] in Toronto, Ontario.......

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



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[size=200]MAIN EVENT[/size]

[size=150]King of the Cage Round 3 – X-Factor Champion v X-Ecutioner Champion[/size]

--v--

DETAILS: Best buddies and tag partners going at each other? Yup, and they'll be testing out our brand new Elimination Chamber - just like the one WWE uses, except that it fits perfectly over the hexagonal ring - and it has 6 pods instead of 4. Awesome, right? Well, it gets better. This match will be a Modified Iron Man Match. Just like a regular Iron Man Match, this is a timed sixty minute match, but UNLIKE a plain jane Iron Man Match, pinfalls and submissions DO NOT COUNT. See, we have these neat plexi-glass pods - made with smoked plexi-glass so that what's inside can't be seen. But that's okay, because I'm going to tell you what's inside. Weapons. Every ten minutes, a new pod opens, and whoever gets to it first will find a random weapon guaranteed to cause some damage. At least, that's what's in 5 of the pods. The sixth pod, which will open at precisely the sixty minute mark of the match - is the exit. Beat the hell out of each other for an hour, and then whichever one of you can walk, crawl or slide out of the final pod to the floor will be the winner.

RP RULES: ]: All King of the Cage tournament matches are seventy-two hours with a three posts per day hard cap. In addition, there is a two hour continuation rule, meaning that one wrestler may not post back-to-back flashes until at least two hours has passed from the posting time of the first flash.

RP JUDGES:

Living Deadgirl: First let me say I hate you both. It is a rare thing when a match comes along that is so close. I know in reading this you’re rolling your eyes and saying "Every RP match is close", and they are, but after reading the match twice and then wrestling with the call I was still at a loss. On the one hand you have Geno's personal story, and the other you have the Lars/Storm story. I have to say that both these guys are what this stupid game we devote time to is about. Selling and telling a story.

I could split hairs on selling people, or who had the better match, but they were neck and neck. Geno was a little long, but none if ever felt tacked on or just to add length. Alan was his normal focused self.

I think Geno made me care about the personal struggle, and peeled back the layers to show the depth that was there. Alan I think was pitch perfect, and until the sideline started I thought Geno had it, but then he lost focus on telling his story, and for me the story lost "it's heart" This is the toughest call I've ever made, and one I don't make it lightly.

In the end it comes down to Geno losing his story, and Alan driving his. So Alan wins by a narrow margin as the only fault I could find is Geno lost his story to push Alan’s, and that is the only thing I can point to pick a winner. If Geno retires then we and e-fedding loses a lot. I hope he doesn't as I would miss him. On the bright side I can start selling "I retired Geno" shirts.

These two went to war and I don't think anyone won or anyone lost as they produced a masterpiece, and that if it is the last Geno match then he went out leaving everyone wanting more.

Krusher: This is one of those matches that makes you wish you could throw the responsibility for determining a winner into somebody else’s lap. It’s also one of those matches that makes you wish you were a better writer when you read it. Two of the best I’ve ever interacted with square off, and I did something in this match I haven’t done before – in this tournament or in any other match I judge.

I put my scorecard down and just read the whole thing first. And I just have to say that this match was indeed as good as I’d been afraid it would be. Every post had at least one WOW moment – and yet it never had the feel of being forced or over-filled with adrenaline. The match had an almost natural flow, as if the things that happened were just supposed to happen and nothing else would have made sense. So, I read through it once just so I wouldn’t have to wait to see what happened next. Then I read it again with my scorecard out, and waded in. Genocide took an early lead and held onto it through the middle of the match, taking some chances in RP that paid off well. Then just past the half-way mark Alan Scott found a new gear.

Going through my checklist, both men did a great job with selling – the match, each other, themselves, etc. There were a few little slips ( 22?) on both sides, but no major mistakes. Both men went all-out in the effort department and it showed. Everything was well-researched and well planned out. The action was everything you’d expect in a match featuring Alan Scott and Genocide – just the right amount of high spots but not so many that they took away from the overall match. The story was incredible, with Geno pushing the plot early on and forcing Alan to react and Alan turning the tables and pushing the story more as the match progressed. Both men are masterful dialog writers, with each character having a natural sounding but individual cadence and rhythm.

The match came down to WOW – and the match had it in spades. From “Eve” aka Misty to Lars, to Lars’ dead daughter, to NightHawk healing Geno, to Grayson revealing himself to be a member of the Instant Karma Initiative to – you get the picture. Alan’s WOW moments intensified with each post, while Geno’s peaked and then started decreasing in impact toward the end of the match. The lead he built early ended up not being quite big enough to hold off Alan’s late charge, and the junior member of Team SBFF pulls the win out late.



WINNER: Alan Scott

FINISHING RIGHTS: Alan Scott




--Vs--

DETAILS: A match that has been building for months, Johnny Rude versus Jason Storm. Rude is, according to Storm, the embodiment of one of the Seven Deadly Sins. Storm is, according to Rude, full of....... you know. For this match, we are bringing in a cage which originated in Mexico but was made popular by TNA - the Steel Asylum. Unlike the Elimination Chamber's log chain walls, the Asylum is a massive iron structure with a domed roof. The roof has a round hole about six feet across right in the center, waaaay up top. The match is simple. First, you have to either pin your opponent or make him submit. THEN you have to climb the walls, make your way across the domed roof, pull yourself through the opening in the top of the dome and then climb down to the floor. Got that? Score a fall, then escape the cage to win. Simple. Both of these men have sustained some pretty massive damage through the first two weeks of the tournament, so it might just be interesting to see if either man can pull himself up and out.

RP RULES: All King of the Cage tournament matches are seventy-two hours with a three posts per day hard cap. In addition, there is a two hour continuation rule, meaning that one wrestler may not post back-to-back flashes until at least two hours has passed from the posting time of the first flash.

RP JUDGES:

Cedrick Caesar: This match I read as it unfolded, one of the first things I must say is it was like a great author and a series of books he writes.. I couldn't wait til I read the next 'book came out'. Tremendous effort by both men. Rude I know as a writer.. I picked him over Benny Blair in what most people saw as the 'finals' for the One World Championship in the NGPW. I picked him over the first One.. Carnage. Storm on the other hand I did not have as much to go on. I have read some.. but never in a match of this magnitude. 9 posts from each competitor over a three day period. I have to say I was impressed, hell I was more than impressed.. just don't know the right word for it.. that's why I am judging this instead of writing in it.. *Fart* 'Quiet Brute!' Now where were we? Oh yes, the results. When two great writers go at it you have to dig deep to spot things that might make a difference. In Storms I hit him with a lot of typos and such.. but to tell you the truth I liked what I saw. In Rude's case I hit some things that got me a little more.. 'Someday over the rainbow' was one... another was talking about 5 holes.. when there were only 4 stab wounds.. Now that might seem nit picky.. but there were a few other things.. I need to take better notes I guess.. The way I scored it.. Storm took the early lead... then Rude hit his stride.. but I just thought Storm was to strong overall. My winner? For the first time I go against Rude.. Storm takes it in a close, great match.

Krusher: The worst part of this job - hands down – is dealing with that Malcolm guy. Sheesh. No, really, the worst part is judging matches like this. When you have two of the most talented writers in the business square off in this type of setting, and they both bring their “A” game, well, trying to pick a winner is a bit like being a one-legged man at an ass-kicking contest. Both men wrote exceptionally well, and both gave me everything I look for in a match.

The action was great, the story was phenomenal, the dialog flowed along with the story without feeling forced or hackneyed, and there were more WOW moments than there were posts. Both men put in the effort to make the story pop from start to finish. More than once I had to remind myself to stop reading and score a post, which is exactly what makes a match great. And minus a few minor mistakes in selling, this was one of the best matches I’ve ever read. Unfortunately, in a match with this many high spots and so much talent shining through, it’s minor mistakes in selling that end up being the difference.

As I’ve said multiple times throughout this tournament, if you haven’t read this match – drop whatever you’re doing and go do so now. If you’re not a better player when you finish reading, I’ll pay your next month’s Fed X dues. Both of these men did a phenomenal job – I can’t emphasize that enough. Unfortunately, I can’t just mark out like a fan-boy, I have to pick a winner. And by the thinnest of margins, that winner is Jason Storm.


WINNER: Jason Storm

FINISHING RIGHTS: Jason Storm




[size=150]Harbinger Championship [/size]



--v----v--

DETAILS: The Sack Man has probably forgotten what wrestling is, it’s been so long since he had an opponent actually show up to face him. We’re hoping that this time is the charm, however. Battlestone is back and making a push to bring some of the success he had in Wrassle over to Federation X. Major Putz is quickly making a name for himself with his unusual style, which has moved him into the #2 position on the Harbinger ladder. Let’s put the three of them in our six-sided ring and see what happens.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2 times using Standard match type, then use your remaining match ANY match type against either opponent.. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: FINALLY! After multiple weeks of drawing no-showing opponents, The Sack Man finally gets the chance to actually defend his Harbinger Championship against two opponents who show and put in some work - and some quality work was put into this match. The Sack Man stakes himself to a lead on the SIM, then Battlestone makes a big charge in the RP. CORRECTION - I have just been informed by the RP Judge that RP Bonus points were not added in to the RP scores, which means that I mistakenly awarded the match to The Sack Man. The actual winner and NEW Harbinger Champion is Battlestone. My apologies to both men for the confusion.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone


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[size=150]Special Challenge Match[/size]

--v--


DETAILS: Last week, The HOT Girls made a successful comeback over the new team Dysfunctional Discipline. Mandy has decided that she’d like another go at them, however, and challenged either of them to a one-on-one match. Chance quickly accepted, and so here we are. Will the flame-haired rookie have more success in singles competition against the founder of The HOT Girls than she and Major Putz had against the team last week? I guess we’ll find 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.

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 3 times using Standard match type AND 2 times using ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Chance builds a lead on the SIM and holds off the RP charge from Mandy to pull out the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Mandy


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[size=150]X-Factor Rankings Match[/size]

--v-- --v--


DETAILS: Holly has been a buzz saw this month, laying claim to the number one contendership for Alan Scott’s X-Factor Championship. The number 2 and 3 contenders are Carnage and Haley, both of whom have been through the torture of The King of the Cage. Nobody would blame either of them for wanting to take this week off to recuperate from their injuries, but let’s see if a shot at sliding into the #1 Contender’s slot for the World Championship will entice them into the ring.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type. Use the extra match to sim ANY match type against either opponent you see fit. All matches to be simmed on the 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: These three put on quite a performance which saw Holly take a slim lead on the sim, but an impressive RP showing by Haley pulls out the close win. The order of finish for X-Factor rankings purposes was Haley, Holly, Carnage.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Haley


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[size=150]X-Ecutioner Rankings Match[/size]

--v-- --v-- --v--

DETAILS: Let’s open the show with a bang, and shake up the X-Ecutioner rankings ladder in the process. Eve, Aaron, Kieran and Hairy are currently ranked 2 through 5 on the X-Ecutioner ladder, so let’s just see who really wants a shot at the belt currently around Genocide’s waist.

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.

SIM RULES: Sim each opponent 2 times using standard match type (6 total matches will take 2 days to sim). All matches to be simmed on the 23rd and 24th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Great effort on the RP from the three who showed for the match. Of note is the formation of The Love Machines, Federation X's newest tag team. Unfortunately for the duo of Aaron and Hairy, Eve Riley takes a huge sim lead that neither man could overcome in the RP. The order of finish for X-Ecutioner Rankings purposes was : Eve Riley, Aaron Action, Hairy, Kieran Crowe

FINISHING RIGHTS: Aaron Action


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Post  Eve Riley on Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:37 am

Live on Wednesday, July 15th, from [size=150]JOE LOUIS ARENA[/size] in Detroit, Michigan.......

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



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[size=150]TAG TEAM RANKINGS MATCH[/size]

--Vs--
Special Guest Referee -


DETAILS: It’s official – The HOT Girls are back together! To celebrate their reunion, we are putting them in a tag team match against the newest team in Federation X – and the only other registered team not affected by either inactivity or King of the Cage. Mandy and Major Putz recently joined forces, and the partnership appears to have benefited both parties. Let’s see if they can put it together as a team. They better, because The HOT Girls look to be back on the same page and ready for another dominating tag team run. Haley's injuries against Storm last week have left her with too many stitches to count and numerous other injuries. We don't want to risk her getting hurt worse, but she's just too HOT a commodity to not allow her some face time. And besides, with the Major's penchant for bringing soldiers to the ring, The HOT Girls might need an extra set of eyes or two.

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

SIM RULES: Sim each of your opponents 2 times using standard match type. Use your extra match any style against one member of the opposite team. Teammates cannot sim the same person with their extra match. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: An entertaining read from both teams that sees everything from a children's dance troupe to ice down the Major's pants to several steamy kisses. The HOT Girls take a big lead on the sim and hold on in the RP to take the win over our promising new duo Dysfunctional Discipline.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The HOT Girls


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[size=150]SPECIAL CHALLENGE MATCH [/size]

--Vs--

DETAILS: First, Holly challenged Battlestone to a match, saying that he should have stayed retired and she was going to prove it. Battlestone answered by offering to make the match a three-way dance with Chance, who had also just laid down an open challenge. Holly responded by turning down that offer, and besides, we have other plans for the self-proclaimed STAR of the SHOW. So, let’s let this match happen. And let’s let each competitor name one stipulation.

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

SIM RULES: Sim your opponent 5 times using ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Battlestone in a bikini? Holly attacked by angry 'Stone fans? A possible photo-shoot for Jonathan's web site... by The HOT Girls? See what you missed if you didn't read this one? Holly takes the lead on the sim and manages to hold off Battlestone's charge on the RP to take the win.

FINISHING RIGHTS: Battlestone


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[size=150]NON-TITLE CHALLENGE MATCH [/size]

--Vs----Vs--


DETAILS:The Sack Man had an easy time last week against a no-showing Rico Annex. His reward for putting forth the effort in spite of the no-show? A non-title rematch... and let's throw in another of the contenders for his title, Era. If Era or Rico can pull off a victory against the champion, that might just help him climb the Harbinger rankings. If The Sack Man takes the win, well, that’s two less challengers to worry about.

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 2 times each using Standard match type, then sim either opponent 1 time using ANY match type. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Two weeks in a row, we have to thank The Sack Man for showing and performing against a no-show.... or actually a double no-show. Very nice work Sackie.

FINISHING RIGHTS: The Sack Man


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[size=150]BAD BLOOD CHALLENGE MATCH[/size]

--Vs--


DETAILS: These two have been building up bad blood for a few weeks now. Omega and Carnage decided that Johnny Rude was their biggest threat and set about answering that threat. Holland took exception to it, and well, the bad blood has been flowing ever since. Their partners are settling their differences in Round 2 of the King of the Cage, so what better way to set the table for the second round than by letting these two superstars get the crowd on their feet? The thing is, they've already used multiple weapons in this little war, so let's make this one about pure wrestling ability. Head referee Earl Cronkner has been especially assigned to this match, and he's going to have his eyes peeled for any rule-breaking.

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 5 times using standard match type. All matches to be simmed on the 17th, unless you are double booked.

WINNER: Thrown out - double no-show

FINISHING RIGHTS: N/A
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