Yeah I forgot to mention the belts. I know first hand it is not easy to design good looking original belts. These belts are awesome. They beat the heck out of the old belts that I used to post for swarm on my website. These are really nicely done.
I do a report, magazine style format, called the LWL Report. Here's the cover for the next one in a few weeks from now. Pardon the use of guys (Hammermeier and the TNA chick), some people havent paid for their pics yet, so they use stuff of werner's as substitutions (temporarily). Hope you guys like, Im still new to the whole art program/photoshop/paint.net thing:
Last Edit: Apr 18, 2015 21:24:14 GMT -5 by hellbentph
Post by hellbentph on Apr 18, 2015 21:23:18 GMT -5
Best way to explain the IWA is its a play by mail game which uses holds that are assigned numerical values. they never change up or down by more than 1-5 pts. You have to guess what they will do by studying the holds over several cycles. There are 15 holds, 10 set up and 5 what id call finishing or power moves. You also get to create finishers for singles/tag/sixman should the contest last through all 15 of your holds. front 10 are valued anywhere from 1-30 pts. Back 5 31-45 pts. There are 60 holds to choose from in the front 10 and 30 for the back 5. A perfect strategy added up equals 501 points. For tag 516. For sixman 521. Ill explain tag and sixman strats another time. A perfect singles strat would look something like this:
30 30 29 29 28 28 27 27 26 26
45 45 44 44 43
A match would go as follows: The IWA would take your strat and compare it to the strat of the guy you wish to face. They would go through holds 1-10, then 11-15 afterwards. not all strats would be perfect,so at 1 lets say one has a hold worth 27 and the other 30, then the one with 30 wins at that hold, and so forth and so on down the list. At the end one will beat the other and the pt margin for the win would be whatever your strat was with the loser or vice versa if you were the one with the bad strat, and the losing strat subtracted from it (the total that is...).