Post by The Mysterious Budo on Sept 2, 2019 17:40:10 GMT -5
I play Legends and I keep a revolving door policy and I also keep enough titles to give everybody a set goal without it being locked to one singles title and one tag team title. Basically, my roster reacts to the results of the cards. Say Randy Savage keeps getting pinned(it never happens, but let's say it does.) He might "go away" a while and I'll bring in somebody to replace him for a while. But if that new guy ends up hitting it big, Randy might not come back for a long while. On the flip side, if the new guy just tanks it, Randy might be back or someone else might come in to replace the replacement. On that same note, there might be guys who come in, have one appearance, and leave whether they win or lose. I'm not a good person to answer the "how do you structure" question, but I always like remembering the "It's up to you" rule. Do whatever you want the cool stories and rivalries will organically come.
Post by Sinclairiverse on Sept 7, 2019 4:56:34 GMT -5
I usually book 10 matches per card and keep about 8 tag teams and 32 singles on the roster. With my upcoming SMASH Wrestling I'm going to cut those numbers in half or so. I'll be doing 8 Matches per card and bringing in bigger names to fill out cards similar to how the actual SMASH Wrestling is currently doing things. I think they pull from a talent pool of about 20 or so guys who regularly appear and fill out the rest of the card with one offs or short runs.
WORLDS: Chris Sinclair NORTH AMERICAN: VACANT WORLD TAG: Briscoe Brothers SHIMMER: Nicole Matthews HEART OF SHIMMER: Nicole Savoy SHIMMER TAG: Mount Tessa MAPLE LEAF: Adam Page MAPLE LEAF TAG: Young Bucks HOUSE OF PAIN: Dick Justice HOP TAG: Beaver Boys PHOENIX OF RISE: VACANT GUARDIANS OF RISE: VACANT