Posted 27 May 2012 - 03:43 PM
Abandoned Warehouse: Lot's of crates, tall shelving, hiding places, very dark only a few working lights, rickety starway, upstair offices, downstair warehouse area.
St: 1 Ag: 1 Mi: 2 Bo: 2
Creation (Long-Ranged, Area, Multi): 2
St: 1 Ag: 2 Mi: 1 Bo: 1
Martial Arts: 2
Reaction Speed: 2
Iron Will: 1
Combat Supremacy: 2
Induced Sleep: 1
Parking Garage: Four levels of cars, lot's and lot's of cars.
St: 2 Ag: 1 Mi: 1 Bo: 2
Iron Will: 1
Commander (Ranged/Multi): 3
Dr. Verthandi Vizier
St: 1 Ag: 1 Mi: 1 Bo: 1
Martial Arts: 2
Combat Supremacy: 3
Fight ends (Sunday)
Posted 27 May 2012 - 03:46 PM
The Chaos Spire
Posted 27 May 2012 - 06:24 PM
Man, Fritz is a long character. Like...really really long. Unfortunately, it does him no favors in this match. Vizier has learned untold amounts of martial arts and has no problem switching from one to the other to make this fight work. What's Supreme Commander when the opponents can weave through groups of people delivering deadly rabbit punches with blinding speed. Eventually, Vizier gets in close enough to take Fritz down.
Posted 27 May 2012 - 08:22 PM
Posted 28 May 2012 - 10:08 AM
Posted 30 May 2012 - 06:50 PM
Redeye is Slade. He is a walking ginsu knife with a brain to match. All-around cookie. His weakness? Not much...that eyeball. He has no real mental defense.
Kabuki. She's fast, highly acrobat, intelligent and an enormous fighter. Very tough cookie. Her weakness? In this match, endurance.
These two offset each other beautifully. I mean for everything one has, the other character has a solution.
Martial Arts trumped by Marksman
Combat Supremacy met with Creation
Detective met with tactician
In the long run, I'm going to give it to Redeye. Kabuki has the skill to utterly own Redeye up close, but that's the thing. She has to get up close. She has detective, but Redeye is a better tactician. He stays hidden with invisiblity, sets some traps. Even if she finds him, she has to get close. Her iron will will help that, but eventually her standard endurance will fall short to his superior one. He has more staying power. Winner: Redeye
Fritz is strong and tough. Very tough. Very very tough. Little tank, that guy. Plus, he's got high calibur back up and he's a thinker. Whew. Weakness? Not really noteworthy. His mind is defenseless.
Dr. Vizier has transformed herself into Jesus/Alien Kung Fu master of Death! Plus, she knows what you're thinking and she's jumpy. Weakness, no real strengths in her stats.
So, tactician is met with detective. Anything that Fritz can come up with, she's got it figured out. She is going to be fighting a lot of henchmen. Fritz doesn't come across as a hide and seek type, so he might be throwing blows in there with them. However, Vizier can fight her ass off. She is going to be throwing henchmen out of the car port left and right. If Fritz gets hit in the confusion, he's going to have to be hit pretty hard, because his Iron Will/Regeneration/Body combo is just really tough. I see him outlasting her and eventually getting the killing blow in. But, there are going to be a massive pile of henchmen on the floor first. Winner: Fritz
Posted 31 May 2012 - 04:58 PM
At some point, I plan on doing a few bonus (old school vs. new school) matches. Pitting the old HoF characters against the top new characters in a powers battle. Each will have set ups. I also plan on creating set ups for these by either next round or the round after that. There are a lot of new characters and after I finish the roster I have, we'll see who is left and perhaps pit them against each other with the winner of the new batch battling the winner of this batch. I guess that is it.
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