- Dec 15, 2003
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Give it a try. You will get better the more you fight, so there is really only one way to go : up
Sort of...Golden Dragoon said:I just want to make shour I got this rule right(so i dont screw up really bad during a match). after the first round u choose the winner and we play of his/her story right?
I think I'm going to cry.... :cry:Cucumba said:Futher, an unbeatable bio can always be trumped with good writing, look at Engar and Hwoarang, for instance. Neither of them are fallen elder gods, half celestial beings, or ancient horrors . . . but they manage to keep in the game with excellent writing and smooth combat flow.
Abilities: All jutsus, taijutsus, jinjjutsus and ninjutus in existence.
Abilities: He knows EVERY wrestling move in existence, including ALL signature moves and knows EVERY jitsu in existence, including bloodline stuff
Sorry to bring it up again, but i'm a bit confused and I want to get it straight before I write my own bio, with the above quotes (from random bio's), you give yourself the ability to write your way around any attack which gives you nothing for your opponent to work on. How then could they write their own attacks against such an absolute defence? This is my last question before I jump headfirst into FightClub with teeth bared.I am the mystery fighter.Of all styles , karate to tango and everything. No one can defeat me.hehehehehe...
Was that against me, Cucumba?Cucumba said:In one of my better fights, I wrote in the defeat of my character . . . but I still won.