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Posted: Dec 21 2008, 09:59 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 8-October 07
I thought I'd throw up a random question for you guys, something to think about over the Christmas break. I always like it when people just keep visiting the boards, even when there are no cards for a while. It makes this place look more lively to new recruits (I'm talking to you guys, Judge & Dan!).
So what would you consider to be your favorite e-Fed moment? For most of you, I'm betting it will be something in the GCWA/ICWF/OCW/NLW, but if it's something else, so be it.
For me, I think I've have to go with the Best of the Best match in the ICWF, where I was the ICWF Champion (as the Accelerator), yet was the under-dog going against Dean (Will) and Johnny Hunter. I admit, I won because I had way too much time on my hands, and there was no rp limit (I think this match inspired Dougg to implement one), but it was also because I didn't want Ace to go out as a "lucky" champion by winning a vacated belt.
As an owner, I already mentioned my favorite: the Warrors of the Ring II Tournament. It tired me out, but I really enjoyed how everything came together for that one.
So what's yours? Keep the board alive!
Andy aka Ace
Posted: Dec 21 2008, 02:08 PM
The Post Whore
Member No.: 6
Joined: 12-December 08
I have a couple, well, two. haha.
ICWF: my on going fued with my "brother" Riot. That was some good times. Probably some of the most entertaining segments for shows i've ever done. I wish i could get in contact with Kristoph, i'm sure he might join up, and restart that fued.
FWA: my on going fued with "Smart" Alec Kidd. He was part of what made Arryk Rage what he is today. He was my first challenge in E-Fedding. We traded the LW title in the FWA back a few times. He won out in the end, when the FWA closed up. That kid was good.
in all honestly, my whole time in the ICWF was amazing, and a big blurr of memories. from Title Runs to being a "jobber squasher" it was a great run. I still remember ODJ emailing me asking if i wanted to join his upstart fed the ICWF. and if i wanted to fued in, uh, whatever fed it was that we were both in.
My worst memory was not being able to RP against ACE for the world title match. I still insist that he put a Virus on my computer so i couldn't beat him -glare-. haha. thats the time that took my ICWF LW title away -sniffles-
Posted: Dec 21 2008, 07:20 PM
Member No.: 2
Joined: 10-December 08
Wow...that's a really good question
When Dean beat Johnny Hunter for the WT, that was great because it was the first time I'd won a WT and it happened so fast...plus, Hunter was THE MAN in ICWF and I beat him after losing to him the month before.
Also, a ton of OCW stuff has to be up there...running the fed for a few years (off and on)...watching rookies become 'legends'...some of the innovative matches, concepts and characters that were born. The friends I made, obviously...so, the whole OCW experience would have to be up there.
But, the tops, for me, would have to be when Derek Mobley defeated T3 at Ultimate Survival III for the ICWF World Title. Some background for everyone...as Ace had eluded with the initial post in this thread, in the old days of ICWF, you could beat people by just having no life and writing 500 lines of the same stuff over and over. That's how guys like me, Ace and Hunter were able to dominate.
Well, Dougg (ICWF owner) changed all that and put a line cap on rps to 100...HUGE reduction and it meant that creativity was going to be the major factor in wins and losses from there on out. Naturally, alot of guys didn't think I'd be able to make the transition (and I may not have with Dean...) but, I defeated a man who in everyone's eyes is one of the best to ever compete in e-wrestling...I beat him fair and square in one of the greatest ICWF matches of all time and it pretty much solidified my status as one of the top rpers around.
So...all three memories provided a since of validation amongst my e-wrestling peers...but that third one, I believe, is probably the most lasting impression