Post by Mike M on Jun 1, 2019 8:27:35 GMT -5
Note: All Q2 COTG PRIME cards are wrestlers who are unaffiliated with any team.
Main Feuds: All non-Centra natives
Zealos is from the Badlands of Tarkania. He belongs to an ancient race of people that trace their ancestry back to the first colonists on Centra. They are naturally distrusting of outsiders and are particularly upset by the influx of what they view as alien invaders from Dimension K. Their goal is the removal of all outsiders from Centra and a return to their normal state. Zealos has come to the CWF and will take on all opponents but seems to be particularly interested in attacking any newcomers because he believes it is his duty to protect his homeland and his people.
In the ring, Zealos is wild and out of control. He is highly prone to disqualifications. Many of his wins come from his submission finisher, the ZEALOS BREAKER. He often will refuse to release this backbreaker hold after the opponent submits. This forces referees to reverse the decision and award his opponent with a disqualification victory. The enigmatic Zealos doesn’t seem to mind as his goal is to drive non-natives out of Centra. He appears to enjoy injuring these alien invaders more than he enjoys winning a match.
NOTE: If Zealos wins using ZEALOS BREAKER, roll two dice. On a roll of doubles, Zealos refuses to release the hold. The referee reverses the decision and opponent is injured for two fight cards.
Grovel & Cringe
Main Feuds: None
Grovel and Cringe are members of one of the many primitive tribes on Primus. During the years of the GWFC, they appeared to take an interest in wrestling during one of the federation’s trips there. They then “joined” the roster by standing in the ring until some opponents were assigned to face them. They stayed behind with the CWF and are universally loved by most of the fans who respect their effort.
While they lack many basic wrestling skills, Grovel and Cringe have learned a few moves. PRIMUS ATTACK is a move where Cringe jumps on a downed opponent and repeatedly hammers his opponent’s chest with punches. In tag matches, Grovel sees this and begins landing punches of his own making it more painful.