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Post by Ares » Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:43 pm

The Echoes of the Multiverse Writing Tournament
I’m probably a little nuts. Or masochistic. Or maybe even a bit of both. Certainly, guys like Jab and HJ who have known me the longest will think so. I mean, as far as I know, no one has ever pulled one of these off successfully. But as old Jack Burton would say in a time like this . . . what the Hell.


So what is this?
Back when I was just a wee little War God, I spent time on the Wizard World forums, mostly on the battle boards where folks would debate various versus match ups between fictional characters. At some point, one of the posters (I don’t remember who) posted up the idea for a Versus Writing Tournament. The idea is that the participants are allowed to pick a certain number of characters for their own team. Each team is then paired off with another team and broken up into brackets. Each participants then writes a story about their team overcoming their opponents team in some type of conflict. Judges vote on the stories, the winners move on to the next bracket, and repeat until there is only one person remaining.

There’s obviously no prize for winning other than bragging rights, but the whole point is for the more writing inclined to have some fun and give the folks here that are interested something to read. There have been a few attempts at this over the years, but I’ve yet to see one go through to completion. I’m hoping you guys here can break that streak.

Alternatively, I have an idea that, rather than a tournament, would be a fun writing challenge for myself. I’ll set up rules for both possible outcomes.


What do we need?
We need an even number of players: 4, 6 or (ideally) 8. Each participant will build a team of 5 or 7 characters taken from various works of fiction.

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How do we build a team?
Players will build teams using the following guidelines:

Roster: Each player will pick a team of 7 characters.

Sources: The character can be from fiction of any media, be it comic books, novels, television, film, animation, video games, RPGs, web-comics, etc.

Heroes and Villains: While some writing tournaments have been “heroes only”, I’ve decided to allow for villains to be included in the team as well. I expect most teams to be heroes only or primarily heroes, but I don’t think there should be any special limitation on villains. I’m hesitant about the idea of a team that is primarily villainous or completely villainous, but we’ll wait to see how the teams look before going further into this.

Availability: Character selection will be on a “first come, first serve” basis, though the ability to negotiate and trade for characters will be kept open. While not a strong rule, my advice is simply “don’t be a dick”. If Jab decides to join, don’t make a team consisting of Cyclone, Elsa, Elfaba, Thundra, Kitty Pryde and Atom Smasher just to spite him.

Familiarity: Characters shouldn’t be too obscure, as other peoples are expected to write about said character as well. Participants should not be required to do extensive research on a character in order to be able to understand them. You will be expected to either provide a comprehensive enough write-up of your heroes abilities and personality, or link to a source that answers most of these questions, such as wiki-pages or even character builds someone has done of them here.

Character Variation: To avoid duplication, characters will generally be considered an “iconic” or “ adaptation distillation” version of a character, so that the character in a tournament represents most versions of a character and can embody whatever aspects of the character you feel are important. Rather than having 15 versions of Superman, there can only be one Superman in this tournament, but he can have the traits of whichever version of the character you prefer, even mix and matching them if you wish. You will also have the option of establishing a “primary source” for the character, in case you want to let people know your version of Superman is primarily based on the DCAU version or the Man of Steel film version.

However, if some versions of a character are sufficiently different, allowances could be made. Mainstream Marvel Thor is sufficiently different enough from Ultimates Thor that they could both exist in the tournament at once. Obvious analogues of heroes such as Hyperion and Gladiator would be allowed alongside Superman as well. Conversely, since Ultimate Spider-Man is just “teenage era Peter with worse luck”, he wouldn’t be considered different enough from mainstream Spider-Man to count.

Power Levels: Players are encouraged to go for variety over raw power. A team consisting of Superman, Thor, Dr. Fate, the Silver Surfer, Son Goku, Reed Richards and the Martian Manhunter would certainly be a powerhouse group, but it’d be kind of boring and reek of power geekery. Players are therefore encouraged to build a team that would feel like a solid heroic team that is both a completive mix of powers and abilities while also being interesting to read about. In essence, design a fun Avengers or Justice League instead of a Jeph Loeb Wet Dream Team. A guide to character Power Rankings / Weight Class will be included in the next post.

Power Balance: In the Power Ranking / Weight Class section below, you will see that this tournament plays somewhat fast and loose with power levels. Generally speaking, the Top Tier / Heavyweights of each setting are considered roughly even in terms of a one-on-one match would go, and everyone else in the setting is then scaled down accordingly. So regardless of how one might feel about the relative power differences between Superman, Thor and Son Goku, we’re going to treat them all as peers who would be a pretty even match for one another. In essence, to allow for the inclusion of as many heroes as possible, we’re going to use Power Creep / Power Seep to keep things interesting.

Seriousness: Because we all know having fictional characters beat each other up is the height of seriousness, right? But what this really means is that the characters in this tournament can’t be of the zany “Loony Toons” variety, where they’re effectively immortal, play by the rules of comedy and can warp reality. Characters like Freakazoid and Darkwing Duck are essentially the benchmark for the least serious characters that would be allowed in this tournament.

Character Separation: Some characters need to be thought about whether they qualify as a single character or as multiple characters. For instance, one could not merely cite the Megazord as a single character, since it’s composed of five individuals, each of whom has superpowers and drives around a large battle robot. Each Ranger would qualify as a unique character and you’d need to have all five Rangers as members to form the Zord. This is balanced out by each Ranger being a capable hero on their own and essentially giving the player a “free” Cruiseweight character. Likewise, someone who wants both Pilot Jack Cooper and the Titan BT from Titanfall 2 would have to select both characters separately, since each of them can individually act as a capable hero, and working together makes them a formidable opponent. At the same time, if someone wanted to select the robot Dai-Guard, which is piloted by 3 humans, it would only count as a single character pick, since the pilots are effectively normal civilians with some piloting skill and not really combat capable outside of their robot, which itself is useless without all three of them. Conversely, the three members of the Getter Robo team would each qualify as a separate team member since each member has some out-of-cockpick capabilities, and each pilots a combat ready fighter jet that can then combine into a robot.

Genre Themes: Previous writing tournaments will often have themes for what characters can and can’t be selected. The most open is “Anything Goes”, which allows for characters from any work of fiction. There are other types such as “Video Game Only”, “Animation Only” or “Live Action Only”, which limit your choices to heroes who have appeared in the appropriate medium. The option to vote on these themes will be presented later.

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Weight Class / Power Ranking
This is to serve as a general guide to how characters compare to one another and to help with team balance. There are no hard limits on the number of characters from each power class you’re limited to at this time, but as stated above, players should strive for fun and diverse groups rather than shoot for overwhelming firepower. Generally speaking, I break down characters as such.

Middleweights: This category covers the vast majority of heroes in fiction. It starts as low as guys like John McClane (basically a slightly above average cop) up to guys like The Thing or Colossus. In Mutants and Masterminds terms, this is basically everyone Power Level 11, 10 and lower. A good rule of thumb is that if your character is equal to or less powerful than the average member of the X-Men, or to a member of the Fantastic Four not named Sue, or to a ‘standard’ suit of Iron Man armor, then they’re probably a Middleweight Hero. You should probably have between 2 and 4 of these guys on your team.
Comic Books: Captain America, Batman, Spider-Man, the Thing, Colossus, Hellboy, Atomic Robo, Magnus Robot Fighter, X-O Manowar
Western Animation: Optimus Prime, Goliath (Gargoyles), Thundarr the Barbarian, Snake-Eyes, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, most Benders (Avatar)
Anime: Edward Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist), the Sailor Scouts, Kenshin Himura (Ruroni Kenshin), the One Piece pirates, most Naruto ninja
Live Action: most Jedi (Star Wars), the Doctor (Doctor Who), the Ghostbusters, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Indiana Jones, John Wick, James Bond
Novel: Doc Savage, the Shadow, Harry Dresden, John Carter of Mars, Conan the Barbarian, Tarzan
Video Games: most Fighting Games characters, Megaman, Link, Commander Shepard (Mass Effect), Master Chief (Halo), Gordon Freeman, Kain & Raziel (Legacy of Kain), Overwatch characters, Team Fortress 2 characters
RPGs: Defender (Champions), most Dungeons and Dragons / Pathfinder heroes, most Iron Kingdoms characters, most World of Darkness characters, hero-tier Scion characters


Cruiserweight: This category is for heroes who generally operate in the Middleweight category, but can in some circumstances fight Top Tier / Heavyweight characters pretty evenly, whether it’s through a power up, a potent super attack, or some special abilities that allow for it. This includes people like Iron Man (who can access the Hulkbuster armor), Namor (who usually brawls with the Thing but can fight the Hulk pretty evenly), Blackbolt (who fights on Ben’s level but whose voice could potentially one-shot a top tier) and similar heroes. In M&M terms, these are the PL 12 guys or some optimized PL 11s who can move their caps around. You probably shouldn’t have more than 2 or 3 of these guys.
Comic Books: Iron Man, Wonder Woman, Black Bolt, Ultra Boy, the Invisible Woman, the Flash, Green Lanterns, Blue Beetle III, Invincible, Quasar, the Vision, Carol Danvers, Supergirl, Professor X
Western Animation: Aang / Kora (the Avatar State), Space Ghost, Transformer Gestals, Ben 10, Elsa (Frozen)
Anime: the Guyver (Mega-Smasher), non-Super Sayians (“normal” Goku, Piccolo, Krillin) (Dragon Ball Z), Sailor Moon (via ultimate attacks), Lina Inverse, high end Stand users (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure), Yusuke Urameshi, certain mecha (Mazinger Z, Getter Robo, Big O)
Live Action: Power Rangers / Super Sentai (via Zords), some Kamen Rider (Decade, Kuuga)
Video Games: Mario (via Power Ups), Sonic the Hedgehog (via Chaos Emeralds), Alex Mercer ([Proto-Type]), the ‘epic’ World of Warcraft heroes, Bayonetta, Dante (Devil May Cry), Raiden (Mortal Kombat), Akuma (Street Fighter), Cole (inFAMOUS)
RPGs: Captain Thunder (Freedom City), high level D&D / Pathfinder characters, Cosmo-Knights (Rifts), demi-god tier Scion characters, Aberrant characters


Heavyweights: This category is for heroes of the top tier, the true powerhouses of fiction. If the character is basically assured a clean win more than 8 times out of 10 against even a higher end Middleweight hero, they’re likely a Heavyweight. These are Superman, Thor, Son Goku and similar heavy hitters of fiction. In M&M terms, everyone PL 13 and up. You shouldn’t have more than 2 or 3 of these guys.
Comic Books: Superman, Thor, the Hulk, Solar: Man of the Atom, Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Dr. Fate, Icon (Milestone), the Silver Surfer, Martian Manhunter
Western Animation: Hercules (Disney), He-Man, She-Ra, city-former Transformers,
Anime: Super Sayians (Goku, Gohan, Vegita) (Dragon Ball Z), Tenchi (Tenchi franchise),
Live Action: Godzilla, Ultraman, Peter Petrelli,
Video Games: Kratos (God of War), Asura (Asura’s Wrath), Man-Bot (Freedom Force)
RPGs: Centurion (Freedom City), Sentinel (Silver Age Sentinels), epic level D&D / Pathfinder characters, Exalted characters, god-tier Scion characters


If you’re uncertain where a given hero would fall, we can chat it out until a consensus is reached.

Again, these distinctions are not to be considered an absolute limits on your rosters. They exist primarily just to make you generally aware of the relative power of the people you want to select, and to encourage some diversity amongst your team. Characters significantly above the Heavyweight class, such as Odin or the Spectre, are not allowed.

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Post by Ares » Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:44 pm

Now what?
Now we decide if we have enough players for a Writing Tournament, or enough folks interesting in volunteering to submit for an Ares Writing Challenge.


Rules for an Echoes Writing Tournament


What do we need?
We need an even number of players (4, 6 or 8) and an odd number of judges (3 or 5). We can get by with 5 or 7 players if need be, however.


How do we play?
Each player will build a team of heroes / anti-heroes. We’ll then be paired off and broken up into blocks straight out of a martial arts tournament. Each player will then have a week to write a story about their team overcoming their opponents team. The judges will then have a few days to read over the stories, then cast their vote. The winner will move up to the next round, rinse and repeat til we have a winner.

One thing that should help this finish is that, while the stories can be of any length, at most you will only have to write three of them over the course of a month. This should hopefully keep folks from getting burnt out and give us all plenty of time to completion.


What should a ‘match’ entail?
As stated, once the players are divided up into opponents, each player will write a story about their team coming into conflict with the opposing team, and overcoming them. Nine times out of ten is done by having the two teams fight and having your team come out the victor, as superhero team versus matches are fun, exciting and versatile match ups. However, there have also been instances where the conflict involved some kind of rules and (while fighting occurred) victory was due to completing a certain win condition, like maintaining control of an object for a certain period of time or getting to an objective first. So it is possible to be creative in the set up to allow your team to achieve victory.

The set up for why the teams are fighting has been wonderfully varied in the past. One popular method is that of an inter-dimensional fighting tournament, given how easily it gets everyone together and allows for a variety of matches, as well as between match politics, schemes and story. Another has been to try to work out some story reason for your team coming together, and your group just happens to come into conflict with the opposing characters as part of a larger narrative. Some characters have also been selected to fight against each other by cosmic beings, Contest of Champions/Secret Wars style, while others band together to avert some cosmic event, Time of Crisis/Crisis on Infinite Earths style. However you decide to bring your group together and why the teams are fighting can be as fun and integral a part of the story as you wish it to be.

The point is to have as much fun with the concept as possible. The two teams have to fight, but the where, how and why of it are all up to you to play with.


How do you field a team?
While your team will consist of 7 people in total, you have the option of only fielding 5 people from your group at any time during the match. In the past, some people felt that 5 people was the perfect number, but I also know some felt 7 was more of a true ‘team’. In this way, if you only feel comfortable writing about 5 man squads, you can simply choose 2 of your team and 2 of your opponent’s team to sit out that match.


How does the Judging work?
The primary criteria for picking a winner should be how well the story was told and the level of personal enjoyment each judge had reading the story. Punctuation and proper sentence tenses are not as important as how much you enjoyed the story and how vivid the story was in your mind. A more grammatically correct story might lose out to a technically less well composed but better told and more entertaining story, if that makes sense. This isn’t an English 201 term paper, it’s a bit of fun fan fiction.


Rules for an Ares Writing Challenge


What do we need?
Between 3 and 7 contributors.


How does it work?
Basically, as many people who want to contribute can create a team following the guidelines for creating a team, and submit them. I’d then use those teams as part of an ongoing story series that would


Character Selection Themes
This decides the kinds of characters available to be selected for the Tournament in question. The options are as follows:

Free For All: Characters can be taken from any work of fiction, including live-action film & television, animation, novels, video games, comic books, tabletop games, etc.

Video Game Only: Characters must have appeared in some type of video game.

Live Action Only: Characters must have appeared in live action film and television.

Animation Only: Characters must have appeared in Western Animation or Anime.

Sentai Rangers: Each character must fit within a color scheme akin to the Super Sentai / Power Ranges, where one character represents the color Red (as well as Scarlet and Crimson), another is Pink, Blue, Green, Black, Yellow (and Gold), White (and Silver and Grey), Purple and Orange. So you could create a team consisting of Optimus Prime (Red), Mega Man (Blue), Iron Man (Yellow/Gold), Honey Lemon (Pink), Caitlin Fairchild (Green), Black Panther (Black), and Cyborg (White/Silver). And for extra bonus points call them Team Science.


The default assumption will be that this will be a Free For All, but if enough folks want to place limits on the available roster, we can go with that.

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Re: Writing Tournament - Open Invitation to All - See Inside for Details

Post by Batgirl III » Tue Jun 19, 2018 1:52 am

The Multiversal Birds of Prey:

• Batgirl III (Cassandra Cain; DC Comics)
• Buffy Summers (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, TV Series)
• Liv Moore (iZombie, TV Series)
• Mary Marvel (Mary Bromfield, DC Comics)
• Melinda May (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., TV Series)
• She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters; Marvel Comics)
• Zatanna (Zatanna Zatara; DC Comics)

Edit: Another line-up change; I like Bester, but I want to stick to the “grrl-power” Birds of Prey theme and I needed a real heavyweight in the squad.
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Post by Ares » Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:37 am

Alright, so that's at least one person interested.

My line, no hero team as of yet:

Captain Marvel (Billy Batson, DC Comics)
Kamen Rider Kuuga (Yusuke Godai,Kamen Rider)
Wuji Chang (Heaven's Sword & Dragon's Saber)
Honey Lemon (Big Hero 6 - The Animated Series)
Valkyrie (Vanessa Ashe, Paragons)
Peter Petrelli (Heroes)
Yrel (World of Warcraft)

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Post by Ken » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:16 am

Ares wrote:
Mon Jun 18, 2018 11:44 pm
Heavyweights: This category is for heroes of the top tier, the true powerhouses of fiction. If the character is basically assured a clean win more than 8 times out of 10 against even a higher end Middleweight hero, they’re likely a Heavyweight. These are Superman, Thor, Son Goku and similar heavy hitters of fiction. In M&M terms, everyone PL 13 and up. You shouldn’t have more than 2 or 3 of these guys.
Comic Books: Superman, Thor, the Hulk, Solar: Man of the Atom, Green Lantern (Alan Scott), Dr. Fate, Icon (Milestone), the Silver Surfer, Martian Manhunter
Western Animation: Hercules (Disney), He-Man, She-Ra, city-former Transformers,
Anime: Super Sayians (Goku, Gohan, Vegita) (Dragon Ball Z), Tenchi (Tenchi franchise),
Live Action: Godzilla, Ultraman, Peter Petrelli,
Video Games: Kratos (God of War), Asura (Asura’s Wrath), Man-Bot (Freedom Force)
RPGs: Centurion (Freedom City), Sentinel (Silver Age Sentinels), epic level D&D / Pathfinder characters, Exalted characters, god-tier Scion characters
Man-Bot? On the same power level as Superman and Godzilla? NO F---ING WAY!
What kind of crap glass was used in the windows of Wayne Manor (post-Crisis) that an animal with a mass of less than 27 grams (i.e. weighs less than an ounce) could break through it?

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Post by Ares » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:31 am

Ken wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:16 am
Man-Bot? On the same power level as Superman and Godzilla? NO F---ING WAY!
His power is described as essentially limitless, and is restrained primarily by his own self-loathing and desire not to hurt others. Time Master was going to use his powers to destroy time itself via the destruction of the Cosmic Clock, which Time Master himself couldn't accomplish. He also proved powerful enough to overwhelm Entropy when he completely cut loose, and Entropy had gone all Dark Phoenix, casually ripping reality to shreds. She had managed to defeat a Time Master who had only grown more powerful since the previous game. And Man-Bot basically took her out with a single full power attack.

I'm not saying he could trade punches with Superman, but I could easily imagine Man-Bot's energy powers to be on the level of guys like the Silver Surfer or similar high-end heroic types. Sort of like Wildfire.

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Ares wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:31 am
Ken wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:16 am
Man-Bot? On the same power level as Superman and Godzilla? NO F---ING WAY!
His power is described as essentially limitless, and is restrained primarily by his own self-loathing and desire not to hurt others. Time Master was going to use his powers to destroy time itself via the destruction of the Cosmic Clock, which Time Master himself couldn't accomplish. He also proved powerful enough to overwhelm Entropy when he completely cut loose, and Entropy had gone all Dark Phoenix, casually ripping reality to shreds. She had managed to defeat a Time Master who had only grown more powerful since the previous game. And Man-Bot basically took her out with a single full power attack.

I'm not saying he could trade punches with Superman, but I could easily imagine Man-Bot's energy powers to be on the level of guys like the Silver Surfer or similar high-end heroic types. Sort of like Wildfire.
Yeah. I've played the game. Don't buy it.
What kind of crap glass was used in the windows of Wayne Manor (post-Crisis) that an animal with a mass of less than 27 grams (i.e. weighs less than an ounce) could break through it?

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Post by Ken » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:43 am

This is probably an example of too obscure....

The Injustice League of non-comics
Nuclear Man (Superman IV)
The Minstrel (Batman ['66])
Formicidia (Wonder Woman ['77])
Nadia (Aquaman ['06])
Dr. Carl Tanner (The Flash ['90])
Star Master (The Kid's Super Power Hour with Shazam)
Mal Havoc (The World's Greatest Super Friends)
What kind of crap glass was used in the windows of Wayne Manor (post-Crisis) that an animal with a mass of less than 27 grams (i.e. weighs less than an ounce) could break through it?

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Post by Ares » Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:48 am

Ken wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:42 am
Ares wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:31 am
Ken wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:16 am
Man-Bot? On the same power level as Superman and Godzilla? NO F---ING WAY!
His power is described as essentially limitless, and is restrained primarily by his own self-loathing and desire not to hurt others. Time Master was going to use his powers to destroy time itself via the destruction of the Cosmic Clock, which Time Master himself couldn't accomplish. He also proved powerful enough to overwhelm Entropy when he completely cut loose, and Entropy had gone all Dark Phoenix, casually ripping reality to shreds. She had managed to defeat a Time Master who had only grown more powerful since the previous game. And Man-Bot basically took her out with a single full power attack.

I'm not saying he could trade punches with Superman, but I could easily imagine Man-Bot's energy powers to be on the level of guys like the Silver Surfer or similar high-end heroic types. Sort of like Wildfire.
Yeah. I've played the game. Don't buy it.
And that's fine. I don't really care if you do or not. Consider it Gameplay and Story Segregation. Or just don't buy it at all and don't select Man-Bot. Problem solved. This is the least important thing to get hung up on at this time.

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Post by Ares » Tue Jun 19, 2018 4:04 am

Ken wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 3:43 am
This is probably an example of too obscure....

The Injustice League of non-comics
Nuclear Man (Superman IV)
The Minstrel (Batman ['66])
Formicidia (Wonder Woman ['77])
Nadia (Aquaman ['06])
Dr. Carl Tanner (The Flash ['90])
Star Master (The Kid's Super Power Hour with Shazam)
Mal Havoc (The World's Greatest Super Friends)
That's indeed very obscure. But if you can provide decent write-ups of them or links to sites with info on them, it's still technically doable.

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Post by MacynSnow » Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:42 am

Ok,let's get some Villian's involved here...

THE ARROW-ROGUES:
Captain Cold(Leonard Snart)--Wentworth Miller
Heat-Wave(Mick Rory)--Dominic Purcell
Trickster(James Jesse)--Mark Hamil version
The Top(Rosa Dillon)--Ashley Rickardson version
Golden Glider(Lisa Snart)--Peyton List version
Mirror Master(Sam Scudder)--Grey Damon version
Captain Boomerang(Digger Harkness)--Nick E.Taraby version

Notes:I think these guy's have a real chance,mostly due to both their increadably fast reflexes and their teamwork.I also like a Really good Heist movie,so....I'd also like to see these Nere-Do-Well's taking on BG's Birds of Prey.;)
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Post by Ares » Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:30 pm

MacynSnow wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:42 am
Ok,let's get some Villian's involved here...

THE ARROW-ROGUES:
Captain Cold(Leonard Snart)--Wentworth Miller
Heat-Wave(Mick Rory)--Dominic Purcell
Trickster(James Jesse)--Mark Hamil version
The Top(Rosa Dillon)--Ashley Rickardson version
Golden Glider(Lisa Snart)--Peyton List version
Mirror Master(Sam Scudder)--Grey Damon version

Notes:I think these guy's have a real chance,mostly due to both their increadably fasr reflexes and their teamwork.I also like a Really good Heist movie,so....I'd also like to see these Nere-Do-Well's taking on BG's Birds of Prey.;)
Be aware, you have a 7th character slot going unused at the moment.

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Post by MacynSnow » Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:16 pm

Ares wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:30 pm
MacynSnow wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 8:42 am
Ok,let's get some Villian's involved here...

THE ARROW-ROGUES:
Captain Cold(Leonard Snart)--Wentworth Miller
Heat-Wave(Mick Rory)--Dominic Purcell
Trickster(James Jesse)--Mark Hamil version
The Top(Rosa Dillon)--Ashley Rickardson version
Golden Glider(Lisa Snart)--Peyton List version
Mirror Master(Sam Scudder)--Grey Damon version

Notes:I think these guy's have a real chance,mostly due to both their increadably fasr reflexes and their teamwork.I also like a Really good Heist movie,so....I'd also like to see these Nere-Do-Well's taking on BG's Birds of Prey.;)
Be aware, you have a 7th character slot going unused at the moment.
Thank you for the reminder Ares,i thought it was six max... :oops:

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