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What do you think SSW should implement?

on March 28th 2018, 1:23 am
SSW takes a very heavy inspiration from the NJPW style with our events and the way our matches and stories go down. The question being posed is what would you like to see happen in SSW in regards to events, match rules, presentation, storylines, etc.?

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Re: What do you think SSW should implement?

on March 28th 2018, 6:34 am
Specialty matches from when I was writing up a Japanese indy fed. Might be a little much but they are to be thrown out there anyway,

Naniwa-style Elimination Match:
A unit vs unit elimination match, usually consisting of four or five members per unit. The bout begins with one member of each team with a new member joining the match every 90 seconds there after, with entrances alternating back and forth. The team that gains the temporary one-man advantage is decided by a pre-match coin flip. Wrestlers are eliminated by pinfall, submission, or being thrown over the top rope during any stage of the match.

Honshu-style Elimination Match
A unit vs unit elimination match, usually consisting of four or five members per unit. The bout begins with one member of each team with a new member joining the match every 3 minutes there after, entrances alternating back and forth with the next entry determined by pre-match coin flip. No member of either unit can be eliminated until the last member of each team has entered the ring, at that point the bout becomes a tornado tag elimination match with eliminations occurring by pinfall or submission.

Loser Revives Elimination Match:
A unit vs unit elimination match, usually consisting of four or five members per unit. The bout begins with every member of each team active in traditional tag team rules. A wrestler is eliminated by pinfall, submission, disqualification or being thrown over the top rope and hitting the floor. Once an elimination has occurred, that party has to head up the entrance ramp and wait, recovering from his elimination during that time. If a team scores an elimination and they have a member of their team eliminated, in dodge ball fashion they can reenter the match as a legal participant. This goes back and forth until an entire team has been eliminated. In the captains fall variant, one member of each team is delegated captain. If they are eliminated, regardless of how many members of their team are still in-play, their team is defeated.

Mascara contra Caballera Steel Cage Survival 6 Way Match:
A match of many variations, with the end goal being to climb the 15 foot high steel cage walls to obtain one of five flags that are positioned into five of 6 of the cages support beams. Once a flag is obtained that wrestler has been declared escaped. In the first format of this match, the goal is to simply escape and not be the last to do so. The second format is entitled a "Double Risk" with each member of the match given a seconding wrestler, depending on the situation that second is either a member of the wrestlers unit or of a rival unit. In this format, both the wrestler and his second are at risk of the stipulation, the second can only be freed from the stipulation if his representative scores a pinfall or submission, which he must do before he can escape himself. After scoring the fall, that wrestler is allowed to attempt escaping the cage. In some events, a wrestler is given two seconding wrestlers either as a form of punishment or by occasional random lottery, in which case he must secure 2 falls to relieve them both before he can escape. Those seconds are free to assist anyone they wish to assist in the match without entering the cage themselves, it is open to their imaginations as to how.

Regardless of the format, the last wrestler to escape the match (and his seconding wrestler/wrestlers if that wrestler failed to secure a fall) will either have his head shaved or mask removed. Although the five escapees are technically the winners of the match, the first to escape is traditionally awarded with a future Championship match at a later date, although on occasion that may not be the case if the awarded wrestler does not wish to pursue the title if an ally is the current champion.


Cibernetico Sōkōgeki:
Otherwise known as  Cibernetico All-Out Attack in English, the Cibernetico Sōkōgeki is an alteration to the Mexican creation known as the Tornero Cibernetico. They promote this match once a year as a one match tournament. This is a 8 versus 8 tag team elimination bout. Contestants are chosen by the unconventional process of wrestlers allowing fans to throw darts at a spinning dartboard with the names of all active and semi-active wrestlers on the roster given equal spacing. The selection goes in groups of 8, meaning the first 8 names the darts land on are on one team, and the next 8 are on the other. Participation once chosen is not voluntary regardless of unwillingness to work with your selected team, substitutions may only happen if a wrestler is injured and can not compete. During the match, wrestlers are given a batting order in which they can tag their partners into the ring. This is determined by the order of the initial dart board selection process. This batting order tag system means they have to tag the next person in the order, unless they have been eliminated from the match, in which case they would tag the person that would of followed them. Participants are eliminated by pinfall, submission or disqualification. Lucha tag rules apply, meaning when a wrestler rolls to the outside, the wrestler next in the batting order enters the ring as the legal man for his team.

Once the opposing team is eliminated in its entirety, if there are two or more members of the winning team remaining, they must face each other in an elimination style match to determine the sole winner of the Cibernetico Sōkōgeki, who is then dubbed Mr. Cibernetico for the year. Mr. Cibernetico is then awarded a championship match at any show of their choosing during the calendar year, however they must use this before the next Cibernetico Sōkōgeki. They also must announce their intention to cash in the title match prior to the event he wishes to cash it in at.
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Re: What do you think SSW should implement?

on March 28th 2018, 5:53 pm
SSW wrote:Specialty matches from when I was writing up a Japanese indy fed

So...Dragon Gate, with a Doi Darts-inspired Cibernetico match?
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Re: What do you think SSW should implement?

on March 29th 2018, 8:55 pm
House keeping thing:
For the Active Roster forum, maybe add subforums for each faction and sort each wrestler's bio in them as they join, that way we have a bit more of a visual way of sorting who is in which faction.  The colors are cool, but you could also sticky a description of each of the factions in their subforum to give new people who join later on an idea what each faction is about.  Maybe one for each faction's tag team moves, rather than just having one thread for all the factions like it is now.

Also, how about nominal leaders for the factions?  I know it doesn't make much sense for the Ronin, but the other factions could use defacto leaders.  Could lead to some good storytelling options down the line.
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Re: What do you think SSW should implement?

on March 29th 2018, 10:42 pm
Endeavor wrote:House keeping thing:
For the Active Roster forum, maybe add subforums for each faction and sort each wrestler's bio in them as they join, that way we have a bit more of a visual way of sorting who is in which faction.  The colors are cool, but you could also sticky a description of each of the factions in their subforum to give new people who join later on an idea what each faction is about.  Maybe one for each faction's tag team moves, rather than just having one thread for all the factions like it is now.

Also, how about nominal leaders for the factions?  I know it doesn't make much sense for the Ronin, but the other factions could use defacto leaders.  Could lead to some good storytelling options down the line.

Agreed on the first paragraph, in regard to leaders this already exists. At the moment however since the fed is just coming back from a hiatus members who were leaders are taking on different roles or gone all together. An example, in Tres Comas the person who was portraying both the leader and main manager isn't coming back so he needs to be written out and a new leader will be established, which is probably going to be me. Also I believe the leader in Ronin is currently Tarah Nova.
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Re: What do you think SSW should implement?

on March 29th 2018, 10:59 pm
André Virgo wrote:
Endeavor wrote:House keeping thing:
For the Active Roster forum, maybe add subforums for each faction and sort each wrestler's bio in them as they join, that way we have a bit more of a visual way of sorting who is in which faction.  The colors are cool, but you could also sticky a description of each of the factions in their subforum to give new people who join later on an idea what each faction is about.  Maybe one for each faction's tag team moves, rather than just having one thread for all the factions like it is now.

Also, how about nominal leaders for the factions?  I know it doesn't make much sense for the Ronin, but the other factions could use defacto leaders.  Could lead to some good storytelling options down the line.

Agreed on the first paragraph, in regard to leaders this already exists. At the moment however since the fed is just coming back from a hiatus members who were leaders are taking on different roles or gone all together. An example, in Tres Comas the person who was portraying both the leader and main manager isn't coming back so he needs to be written out and a new leader will be established, which is probably going to be me. Also I believe the leader in Ronin is currently Tarah Nova.
Neat. The current faction leader is something else that could go in the proposed faction description topic. And if the Ronin are going to have a leader, I think Tarah is an awesome choice.
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