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Group: streetfighter Message: 9313 From: mesmeron@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9314 From: gero24@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: a little off topic but . .
Group: streetfighter Message: 9315 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9316 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: a little off topic but . .
Group: streetfighter Message: 9317 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: rpg wprlds chatroom.
Group: streetfighter Message: 9318 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Streetfighter rp wprlds chatroom. Pt two
Group: streetfighter Message: 9319 From: Fred Chagnon Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: a little off topic but . .
Group: streetfighter Message: 9320 From: Andy Johnston Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Dag nab it!-------No
Group: streetfighter Message: 9321 From: Andy Johnston Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
Group: streetfighter Message: 9322 From: Ronny Anderssen Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u
Group: streetfighter Message: 9323 From: Thomas Merton Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9324 From: Fred Chagnon Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9325 From: gero24@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9326 From: Ronny Anderssen Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9327 From: gero24@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9328 From: Andy Johnston Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: karan says
Group: streetfighter Message: 9329 From: Thomas Merton Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9330 From: Aaron Greene Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Thrill Kill
Group: streetfighter Message: 9331 From: Knight of the Black Rose Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Thrill Kill
Group: streetfighter Message: 9332 From: Knight of the Black Rose Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9333 From: Knight of the Black Rose Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9334 From: azathoth05@aol.com Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: a little off topic but . .
Group: streetfighter Message: 9335 From: wallace heard Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9336 From: Rinaldo Gambetta Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9337 From: mesmeron@hotmail.com Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9338 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9339 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
Group: streetfighter Message: 9340 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9341 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
Group: streetfighter Message: 9342 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u
Group: streetfighter Message: 9343 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: karan says
Group: streetfighter Message: 9344 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
Group: streetfighter Message: 9345 From: Bill Stagge Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
Group: streetfighter Message: 9346 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: Thrill Kill
Group: streetfighter Message: 9347 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9348 From: Don Vernatter Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: Appropriate themes
Group: streetfighter Message: 9349 From: wallace heard Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: Appropriate themes
Group: streetfighter Message: 9350 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Adding to the list of Book Names
Group: streetfighter Message: 9351 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9352 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9353 From: J. Scott Pittman Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9354 From: arkondloc@aol.com Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9355 From: streetfighter@egroups.com Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: New poll for streetfighter
Group: streetfighter Message: 9356 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9357 From: cliff rice Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: SFnet is up!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9358 From: cliff rice Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Group: streetfighter Message: 9359 From: J. Scott Pittman Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Warrior's Pride ?
Group: streetfighter Message: 9360 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: New chat
Group: streetfighter Message: 9361 From: Don Vernatter Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: karan says
Group: streetfighter Message: 9362 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/24/2000
Subject: Re: LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u



Group: streetfighter Message: 9313 From: mesmeron@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
--- In streetfighter@egroups.com, cliff rice <shinzite@y...> wrote:
> yeah in the vault there is a character sheet from me
> Shinzite. it has like 40 spots for moves.
>
> Cliff
> --- gibraltarr@a... wrote:
> > Well I just got on the boards today so if this has
> > been done by one of you (I
> > am sure it has) then sorry for any repeats.
> >
> > I run a game where my players are the bad guys. Not
> > Shadowloo but they are in
> > there own orginization that that fights Shadowloo
> > not for good but for the
> > power that they want to have themselves. It started
> > out with them just being
> > a group of street toughs that hung out together.
> > They worked up from class 1
> > Street Fighters to now I believe they are almost 8th
> > and in that time they
> > have formed a "Family" Powerful enough that
> > Shadowloo tried at first to
> > recruit them and when they kept getting their
> > messangers fingers back in
> > return, they then started sending bruisers who also
> > never returned.
> >
> > So far we have all been having a really great time
> > playing the "bad" guy.
> > They have a very Mobster type honor about themselves
> > so they are not truly
> > evil...they just look out for themselves and don't
> > care much about the law.
> > So far it been alot of fun.
> >
> > If any of you have done something along these lines
> > let me know some twists
> > and story lines to send them to next.
> >
> > Kameron
> >
> > oh ya and do any of you have a modified character
> > sheet that you could send
> > me or a link to a few great ones. Most of the guys
> > here have ran outta room
> > for moves and what not. Thanks

here's something these bad guy players can uncover something
diabolical that shadoloo is trying to do, something they can't handle
themselves, and they have to team up with some player street fighters
or world warriors for that matter to stop it..but they really aren't
liked or believed..this can ba an adventure onto itself

your players like to play the gray side huh.."stone cold steve austin"

what you think??

mesmeron


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9314 From: gero24@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: a little off topic but . .
you were mentioning a final fantasy rpg, pen & paper style?

http://returners.simplenet.com/FFRPG.html

thats a final fantasy rpg site

already done

maybe you can find some helpful hints there

Gero
Group: streetfighter Message: 9315 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
How about StreetFighter: The new Challengers.


Cliff

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9316 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: a little off topic but . .
I was thinking about makeing a conversion of
Squall and cloud into streetfighter after Playing
Ehirgeiz. It wouldent be to hard. I will see what i
can come up with!

CLiff


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9317 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: rpg wprlds chatroom.
I am at the RPG worlds Chat room #streetfighter

its not on the list! so to enter it simply enter any
room and type /join #streetfighter

Please come. We can talk Shop! =)


Cliff

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9318 From: cliff rice Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Streetfighter rp wprlds chatroom. Pt two
here is the url.


http://www.rpgworlds.com/rpgw/cgi-bin/dispatch.cgi?action=javaclient

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9319 From: Fred Chagnon Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: a little off topic but . .
| I was thinking about makeing a conversion of Squall and cloud
| into streetfighter after Playing Ehirgeiz. It wouldent be to hard. I
| will see what i can come up with!

Final Fantasy has had martial artists in many of the the past games.

Zell Dincht in FF8
Tifa Lockheart in FF7
Sabin Figaro in FF6
Yang in FF4

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9320 From: Andy Johnston Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Dag nab it!-------No
Don't mean to rain on your parade Cliff, but that name is already taken:
Street Fighter III: New Challengers  Capcom (c)
And we've found out before that capcom is carful about anyone attempting plagaristic acts.
Not that this is too sever, but still it's good to respect them.
----- Original Message -----
From: cliff rice
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!


How about StreetFighter: The new Challengers.


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9321 From: Andy Johnston Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
GOOD GOD!!
Now I'm not even getting my obscure Capcom Trivia right!
I'm sorry about that, the title is acctually STREET FIGHTER 3: NEW GENERATION
The game I was looking for was Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers.
Lol!
Forget me, I don't know anything.
=P
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 7:05 PM
Subject: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!-------No

Don't mean to rain on your parade Cliff, but that name is already taken:
Street Fighter III: New Challengers  Capcom (c)
And we've found out before that capcom is carful about anyone attempting plagaristic acts.
Not that this is too sever, but still it's good to respect them.
----- Original Message -----
From: cliff rice
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!


How about StreetFighter: The new Challengers.


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9322 From: Ronny Anderssen Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u
I asked my Sifu about the difference of Kung Fu and Wu Shu.
His side of the story was that Wu Shu is the publically Martial Art, while Kung Fu was practiced only in special schools or inside families.


-----Ronin-----


---
Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
quod per sortem sternit fortem,
mecum omnes plangite!

"Carmina Burana"

>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Andy Johnston [mailto:dlatrex@...]
>Sent: Friday, October 20, 2000 2:19 PM
>To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>Subject: [streetfighter] LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung Fu
>
>
>Big Steve,
> Gald to see you back from an enjoyable trip, and even more gald to hear you
>voice your thoughts on the List. I just find it funny that I specifically
>kept the message "The "last word" on Wushu and Kung Fu that you had posted
>back in the day.
>ha!
>What a crazy reclusive group we are. =)
>
>
>> forgive me for dredging this back up, but...
>>
>> When I was in China, I was taken out to a teahouse to witness what was
>> called "Tea Kung Fu". Basically a very elaborate ceremony of preparing
>tea.
>> It didn't impress me much beyond the name, but that *might* be because one
>> of the women I was with knew how to do it better than the girl performing
>> the ceremony, and basically kicked her out of the room and took over.
>>
>> Ah Li, I will always remember you fondly. :)
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Chris Hoffmann [mailto:staredown@...]
>> Sent: Friday, May 05, 2000 10:02 AM
>> To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>> Subject: RE: [streetfighter] Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung Fu
>>
>>
>>
>> Actually Kung Fu translates to good/hard work, I believe. So yes it
>applies
>> to
>> everything from farming to kicking ass to calculus and beyond.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9323 From: Thomas Merton Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
>I run a game where my players are the bad guys. Not Shadowloo but they are
>in
>there own orginization that that fights Shadowloo not for good but for the
>power that they want to have themselves.

Every so often someone says something that inevitably starts a flame war.
It's my turn.

Generally speaking, these games really annoy me, and represent what's wrong
with gaming these days. Someone devises a RPG, by definition a game of
infinite possibility, and the best thing the players can do is play thugs?

I know this is a little harsh, but I find an entire game consisting of bad
guys just WRONG, probably because the bad guys always win in that scenario.

Since you say your troupe has SOME code of honor, it's quite possible your
game is an exception to this. After all, "The Sopranos" does quite well for
itself. But I think the gaming community went downhill with the release of
"The Player's Guide to the Sabbat."

The Hurtin'
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9324 From: Fred Chagnon Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
| But I think the gaming community went downhill with the release of
| "The Player's Guide to the Sabbat."

No flaming here. Just a question.
What...may I ask...is "The Player's Guide to Sabbat"?

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9325 From: gero24@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
bad?

well, ya know feeding off people in general regaurdless to what they
have done is a pretty bad act, if it is for survival or not. still
evil!! so all vampires are evil .. . and the numbers that technically
feed off only animals are so slim . . .

playin a bunch of villians is alright, if ya play them right / /if my
players wanna play bad guys then they eventually end up facing the
world warriors . .like Guile, ryu, e.honda, etc

i'd rather fight the bad world warriors my self, as a player

anyways thats my two cents . .

Gero
Group: streetfighter Message: 9326 From: Ronny Anderssen Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
About a week ago, I posted this Idea to the list. But noone seemed to
have noticed it. So I post it agin in hope of some insight into my
idea..

> Here's an Idea. What if we start up a major campaign on this list.
> Like everybody on the list could play with separate groups, but
before running scenarios they consult with the GM(or GM team.)weither
the scenario fits in or not, and maybe all fighters live in the same
city(Which could be a fictious one or a real one), but can be
whatever
they like. This way we could have a campaign(starting with fresh
characters) where we would build up our fighters, and set them up
against each other in Tournaments, challenges and such.
> We've tried one such campaign in Trondheim, Norway Some years back
and it worked out pretty well.(If you ignore the fact that noone had
any control over what scenarios was played.
> It ended up with 20 different Tourist Trap scenarios.)
> I'm just shooting the Idea out in the air here.
> What do you guys on the list think???
> Could it work???
>
>
> -----Ronin-----
>
>
> ---
> Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
> est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
> Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
> quod per sortem sternit fortem,
> mecum omnes plangite!
>
> "Carmina Burana"
>
>
>
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9327 From: gero24@hotmail.com Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
its part of Vampire:tM

--- In streetfighter@egroups.com, "Fred Chagnon" <seagull@a...> wrote:
> | But I think the gaming community went downhill with the release
of
> | "The Player's Guide to the Sabbat."
>
> No flaming here. Just a question.
> What...may I ask...is "The Player's Guide to Sabbat"?
>
> ______________________________________________________
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> seagull@a... make you a better person."
> seagull@n... - Peter Olafson
Group: streetfighter Message: 9328 From: Andy Johnston Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: karan says
Say Steve..... That PC, Jelly Roll.
He wasn't by any chance the character that was known for creating sonic booms by slapping his belly with his fists was he?
I thought I remeber a story along those lines sometime back...
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 12:03 PM
Subject: RE: [streetfighter] Re: karan says




The other, and this guy is probably the funniest Street Fighter character
I've ever seen, was Jelly Roll.  Jelly Roll was a fat geek with no physicals
to speak of except a five Stamina for reasons I still don't understand.  He
worked at a comic book store and studied Silat at the gym across the street.
The only reason I recall this player choosing Silat was due to the fact that
you can create a starting character who has both Zen No Mind and Sonic Boom.
So that was Jelly Roll.  He was great because people always assumed he was
Sumo because of his size, and since he couldn't move very far and didn't
have any good attacks but the Sonic Boom, he became the team's artillery
piece.  Our entire strategy revolved around getting people lined up with
Jelly Roll so he could Sonic Boom them.  Ryoko fought him once, and I
remember her blindly charging across the ring only to be slapped silly by a
Sonic Boom at the end of the round.  (Remember, she had a two Stamina.) She
lost the fight, but the sight of her trying to Suplex that fatso is still
one of the funniest things I've ever come across in Street Fighter.

Group: streetfighter Message: 9329 From: Thomas Merton Date: 10/21/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
> > yeah but what would we call the book!
> > Cliff

>Gladiators
>Warriors of the Ring
>New Challangers
>Faces of the Circuit
>Battle Seekers
>
>Any other ideas?
>

Rookies
The Fight Continues
Legends in the Making
The Next Round
Stop Hitting Me!
Do or Die
Fight Club

I'd be willing to contribute to this book, but we would need a battle plan.
Would this be just like "Contenders?"

The Hurtin'


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9330 From: Aaron Greene Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Thrill Kill
does anyone have or know who has stats for the characters from the
unreleased game, Thrill Kill?
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9331 From: Knight of the Black Rose Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Thrill Kill
On Sun, 22 Oct 2000 05:04:59 GMT "Aaron Greene" <methos_k@...>
writes:
> does anyone have or know who has stats for the characters from the
> unreleased game, Thrill Kill?

I sort of know people who have rom's / CDRs of this game for the
playstation, but I've never played it. I'm just saying you might actually
be able to get it even though it's unreleased.

Tony
Group: streetfighter Message: 9332 From: Knight of the Black Rose Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
> >I run a game where my players are the bad guys. Not Shadowloo but
> they are
> >in
> >there own orginization that that fights Shadowloo not for good but
> for the
> >power that they want to have themselves.

About them following having some honor in order to not be evil:
Even if they abide by a "code", that doesn't make the villains good or
non-evil. You can abide by a code and still be evil.

Tony
Group: streetfighter Message: 9333 From: Knight of the Black Rose Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
> Generally speaking, these games really annoy me, and represent
> what's wrong
> with gaming these days. Someone devises a RPG, by definition a game
> of
> infinite possibility, and the best thing the players can do is play
> thugs?

No one said it's the best thing, but it's an idea that may be new to the
group. Are people supposed to only do whatever the best thing is and not
a variety of things?

> I know this is a little harsh, but I find an entire game consisting
> of bad
> guys just WRONG, probably because the bad guys always win in that
> scenario.

Sounds like you just have bad experience with it. I don't see why a group
of villains would win or lose anymore than if the group was playing
goodguys.

I myself don't enjoy games where you plays villains as much, generally
because it means there is a higher degree of backstabbing fellow players
which I don't enjoy.

Tony
Group: streetfighter Message: 9334 From: azathoth05@aol.com Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: a little off topic but . .
thanks!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9335 From: wallace heard Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
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> > > yeah but what would we call the book!
> > > Cliff
>
> >Gladiators
> >Warriors of the Ring
> >New Challangers
> >Faces of the Circuit
> >Battle Seekers
> >
> >Any other ideas?
> >
>
>Rookies
>The Fight Continues
>Legends in the Making
>The Next Round
>Stop Hitting Me!
>Do or Die
>Fight Club
>
>I'd be willing to contribute to this book, but we would need a battle
>plan.
> Would this be just like "Contenders?"
>
>The Hurtin'
>
hey how about "path to glory" or victory road

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9336 From: Rinaldo Gambetta Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Well the last person who make this is J.Scott Pittman and this very good but
for sad fact he canĀ“t continue is a shame but a new campaing sounds good.

Ronny Anderssen wrote:

> About a week ago, I posted this Idea to the list. But noone seemed to
> have noticed it. So I post it agin in hope of some insight into my
> idea..
>
> > Here's an Idea. What if we start up a major campaign on this list.
> > Like everybody on the list could play with separate groups, but
> before running scenarios they consult with the GM(or GM team.)weither
> the scenario fits in or not, and maybe all fighters live in the same
> city(Which could be a fictious one or a real one), but can be
> whatever
> they like. This way we could have a campaign(starting with fresh
> characters) where we would build up our fighters, and set them up
> against each other in Tournaments, challenges and such.
> > We've tried one such campaign in Trondheim, Norway Some years back
> and it worked out pretty well.(If you ignore the fact that noone had
> any control over what scenarios was played.
> > It ended up with 20 different Tourist Trap scenarios.)
> > I'm just shooting the Idea out in the air here.
> > What do you guys on the list think???
> > Could it work???
> >
> >
> > -----Ronin-----
> >
> >
> > ---
> > Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
> > est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
> > Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
> > quod per sortem sternit fortem,
> > mecum omnes plangite!
> >
> > "Carmina Burana"
> >
> >
> >
> > Angelfire for your free web-based e-mail. http://www.angelfire.com
>
Group: streetfighter Message: 9337 From: mesmeron@hotmail.com Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
--- In streetfighter@egroups.com, Knight of the Black Rose
<anton_figueroa@j...> wrote:
> > >I run a game where my players are the bad guys. Not Shadowloo
but
> > they are
> > >in
> > >there own orginization that that fights Shadowloo not for good
but
> > for the
> > >power that they want to have themselves.
>
> About them following having some honor in order to not be evil:
> Even if they abide by a "code", that doesn't make the villains good
or
> non-evil. You can abide by a code and still be evil.
>
> Tony


yeah that sounds cool, actually some "wild card" players..you could
have them stop shadoloo from stealing a gold shipment only to take it
themselves and gm npc's could try to stop them..not bad at all..

mesmeron
Group: streetfighter Message: 9338 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!
I imagine it would but we could give it a
Streetfighter e-Group feel. Because beleive it or not
we are the Up most athority on the subject of
streerfighter, When Whitewolf and Capcome gave up on
the game we are all thats left. So it is our duity to
keep this entertaining game alive.

Cliff


> I'd be willing to contribute to this book, but we
> would need a battle plan.
> Would this be just like "Contenders?"
>
> The Hurtin'


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9339 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
How about streetfighter: The new Contenders.
Plageristic to be familiar and yet not plagerisyic to
not be suied.

Cliff


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9340 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Good idea with a couple modifications, We could make
an IC List kinda like Hunter-net except for
streetfighter. Where people could challange other
people and what not! In the vault we could post their
characters Someone could moderate the maches Ages
tourny style. (Wink wink Rinaldo =) so How dose that
sound everyone? We could take care of all the maches
in the weakent when everyone sends in their stratagies
and than at the and of each weak we post the results
on the new list!

Cliff

--- Ronny Anderssen <cybermage@...> wrote:
> About a week ago, I posted this Idea to the list.
> But noone seemed to
> have noticed it. So I post it agin in hope of some
> insight into my
> idea..
>
> > Here's an Idea. What if we start up a major
> campaign on this list.
> > Like everybody on the list could play with
> separate groups, but
> before running scenarios they consult with the GM(or
> GM team.)weither
> the scenario fits in or not, and maybe all fighters
> live in the same
> city(Which could be a fictious one or a real one),
> but can be
> whatever
> they like. This way we could have a
> campaign(starting with fresh
> characters) where we would build up our fighters,
> and set them up
> against each other in Tournaments, challenges and
> such.
> > We've tried one such campaign in Trondheim, Norway
> Some years back
> and it worked out pretty well.(If you ignore the
> fact that noone had
> any control over what scenarios was played.
> > It ended up with 20 different Tourist Trap
> scenarios.)
> > I'm just shooting the Idea out in the air here.
> > What do you guys on the list think???
> > Could it work???
> >
> >
> > -----Ronin-----
> >
> >
> > ---
> > Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
> > est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
> > Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
> > quod per sortem sternit fortem,
> > mecum omnes plangite!
> >
> > "Carmina Burana"
> >
> >
> >
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9341 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
for a while I was working on a site called Contenders: the Next Generation...
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Johnston <dlatrex@...>
To: streetfighter@egroups.com <streetfighter@egroups.com>
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 7:10 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!-------No

GOOD GOD!!
Now I'm not even getting my obscure Capcom Trivia right!
I'm sorry about that, the title is acctually STREET FIGHTER 3: NEW GENERATION
The game I was looking for was Super Street Fighter 2: The New Challengers.
Lol!
Forget me, I don't know anything.
=P
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 7:05 PM
Subject: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!-------No

Don't mean to rain on your parade Cliff, but that name is already taken:
Street Fighter III: New Challengers  Capcom (c)
And we've found out before that capcom is carful about anyone attempting plagaristic acts.
Not that this is too sever, but still it's good to respect them.
----- Original Message -----
From: cliff rice
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 4:02 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!


How about StreetFighter: The new Challengers.


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Group: streetfighter Message: 9342 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u
in a sense. however, the only real difference is that the north calls it Wu
Shu while the south calls it Kung Fu. And since all our favorite film stars
such as Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan are from Hong Kong, which is in the south,
that's why we know it as Kung Fu.

you'll get a different answer depending on who you ask. the above info was
given to me by a sifu as well. :)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ronny Anderssen <cybermage@...>
To: streetfighter@egroups.com <streetfighter@egroups.com>
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 8:06 PM
Subject: RE: [streetfighter] LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u


>I asked my Sifu about the difference of Kung Fu and Wu Shu.
>His side of the story was that Wu Shu is the publically Martial Art, while
Kung Fu was practiced only in special schools or inside families.
>
>
>-----Ronin-----
>
>
>---
>Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
>est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
>Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
>quod per sortem sternit fortem,
>mecum omnes plangite!
>
>"Carmina Burana"
>
>>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Andy Johnston [mailto:dlatrex@...]
>>Sent: Friday, October 20, 2000 2:19 PM
>>To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>>Subject: [streetfighter] LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung Fu
>>
>>
>>Big Steve,
>> Gald to see you back from an enjoyable trip, and even more gald to hear
you
>>voice your thoughts on the List. I just find it funny that I specifically
>>kept the message "The "last word" on Wushu and Kung Fu that you had posted
>>back in the day.
>>ha!
>>What a crazy reclusive group we are. =)
>>
>>
>>> forgive me for dredging this back up, but...
>>>
>>> When I was in China, I was taken out to a teahouse to witness what was
>>> called "Tea Kung Fu". Basically a very elaborate ceremony of preparing
>>tea.
>>> It didn't impress me much beyond the name, but that *might* be because
one
>>> of the women I was with knew how to do it better than the girl
performing
>>> the ceremony, and basically kicked her out of the room and took over.
>>>
>>> Ah Li, I will always remember you fondly. :)
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Chris Hoffmann [mailto:staredown@...]
>>> Sent: Friday, May 05, 2000 10:02 AM
>>> To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>>> Subject: RE: [streetfighter] Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung Fu
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Actually Kung Fu translates to good/hard work, I believe. So yes it
>>applies
>>> to
>>> everything from farming to kicking ass to calculus and beyond.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
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>
>
Group: streetfighter Message: 9343 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: karan says
yea, that's him.  I've mentioned him to the list several times, as the character amused me THAT much.
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Andy Johnston <dlatrex@...>
To: streetfighter@egroups.com <streetfighter@egroups.com>
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 10:59 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Re: karan says

Say Steve..... That PC, Jelly Roll.
He wasn't by any chance the character that was known for creating sonic booms by slapping his belly with his fists was he?
I thought I remeber a story along those lines sometime back...
 
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, October 17, 2000 12:03 PM
Subject: RE: [streetfighter] Re: karan says




The other, and this guy is probably the funniest Street Fighter character
I've ever seen, was Jelly Roll.  Jelly Roll was a fat geek with no physicals
to speak of except a five Stamina for reasons I still don't understand.  He
worked at a comic book store and studied Silat at the gym across the street.
The only reason I recall this player choosing Silat was due to the fact that
you can create a starting character who has both Zen No Mind and Sonic Boom.
So that was Jelly Roll.  He was great because people always assumed he was
Sumo because of his size, and since he couldn't move very far and didn't
have any good attacks but the Sonic Boom, he became the team's artillery
piece.  Our entire strategy revolved around getting people lined up with
Jelly Roll so he could Sonic Boom them.  Ryoko fought him once, and I
remember her blindly charging across the ring only to be slapped silly by a
Sonic Boom at the end of the round.  (Remember, she had a two Stamina.) She
lost the fight, but the sight of her trying to Suplex that fatso is still
one of the funniest things I've ever come across in Street Fighter.


Group: streetfighter Message: 9344 From: cliff rice Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Dag nab it!-------No
Well whatever we call iy we should make it hell we
could call it SFE-group.doc for all i care we can
think of a clever name later.

Cliff

--- Steve Karstensen <skarsten@...> wrote:
> for a while I was working on a site called
> Contenders: the Next Generation...
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andy Johnston <dlatrex@...>
> To: streetfighter@egroups.com
> <streetfighter@egroups.com>
> Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 7:10 PM
> Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!-------No
>
>
> GOOD GOD!!
> Now I'm not even getting my obscure Capcom Trivia
> right!
> I'm sorry about that, the title is acctually STREET
> FIGHTER 3: NEW GENERATION
> The game I was looking for was Super Street Fighter
> 2: The New Challengers.
> Lol!
> Forget me, I don't know anything.
> =P
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Andy Johnston
> To: streetfighter@egroups.com
> Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 7:05 PM
> Subject: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!-------No
>
>
> Don't mean to rain on your parade Cliff, but
> that name is already taken:
> Street Fighter III: New Challengers Capcom (c)
> And we've found out before that capcom is carful
> about anyone attempting plagaristic acts.
> Not that this is too sever, but still it's good
> to respect them.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: cliff rice
> To: streetfighter@egroups.com
> Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 4:02 PM
> Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Dag nab it!
>
>
>
> How about StreetFighter: The new
> Challengers.
>
>
> Cliff
>
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9345 From: Bill Stagge Date: 10/22/2000
Subject: Re: Another direction to go
>| But I think the gaming community went downhill with the release of
>| "The Player's Guide to the Sabbat."
>
>No flaming here. Just a question.
>What...may I ask...is "The Player's Guide to Sabbat"?
>
without getting to deep into the game, The Sabbat is a group of "evil" (by
most accounts) vampires. unlike their counterparts, the Camarilla, the
Sabbat think that they should not hide their presence from humans, and think
they should rule... everyone. "Player's Guide to the Sabbat" is the book all
about them, so players can RP the cold, (almost) heartless killers of the
Sabbat.

Luck? Its just a roll of the dice...
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9346 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: Thrill Kill
yea, the Thrill Kill web site should still be up, but I remember the
character off the top of my head. Most of them, anyway.

The Imp: midget with stilts *nailed* to his legs.

Dr. Faustus: insane plastic surgeon who died of infection after grafting a
bear trap onto his lower jaw.

Violet: circus contortionist

Oddball: psycho killer in a straitjacket. former detective specializing in
serial killers

Cletus: backwoods cannibal who used a severed leg as a club

some big brute with arms the size of telephone poles and a brain the size of
a walnut

some chick who killed herself after her husband slept around. wore a lot of
fetish outfits and spanked/cattle-prodded her victims.

a Cenobite clone who was a judge who'd pardon sickos so he could kidnap them
and torture them to death later.

-----Original Message-----
From: Aaron Greene [mailto:methos_k@...]
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2000 1:05 AM
To: streetfighter@egroups.com
Subject: [streetfighter] Thrill Kill


does anyone have or know who has stats for the characters from the
unreleased game, Thrill Kill?
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9347 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
I proposed a PBEM campaign a while back, and had a whopping one response.
Good luck. ;)

-----Original Message-----
From: cliff rice [mailto:shinzite@...]
Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2000 4:43 PM
To: streetfighter@egroups.com
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] How about a PBEmail Campaign???


Good idea with a couple modifications, We could make
an IC List kinda like Hunter-net except for
streetfighter. Where people could challange other
people and what not! In the vault we could post their
characters Someone could moderate the maches Ages
tourny style. (Wink wink Rinaldo =) so How dose that
sound everyone? We could take care of all the maches
in the weakent when everyone sends in their stratagies
and than at the and of each weak we post the results
on the new list!

Cliff

--- Ronny Anderssen <cybermage@...> wrote:
> About a week ago, I posted this Idea to the list.
> But noone seemed to
> have noticed it. So I post it agin in hope of some
> insight into my
> idea..
>
> > Here's an Idea. What if we start up a major
> campaign on this list.
> > Like everybody on the list could play with
> separate groups, but
> before running scenarios they consult with the GM(or
> GM team.)weither
> the scenario fits in or not, and maybe all fighters
> live in the same
> city(Which could be a fictious one or a real one),
> but can be
> whatever
> they like. This way we could have a
> campaign(starting with fresh
> characters) where we would build up our fighters,
> and set them up
> against each other in Tournaments, challenges and
> such.
> > We've tried one such campaign in Trondheim, Norway
> Some years back
> and it worked out pretty well.(If you ignore the
> fact that noone had
> any control over what scenarios was played.
> > It ended up with 20 different Tourist Trap
> scenarios.)
> > I'm just shooting the Idea out in the air here.
> > What do you guys on the list think???
> > Could it work???
> >
> >
> > -----Ronin-----
> >
> >
> > ---
> > Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
> > est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
> > Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
> > quod per sortem sternit fortem,
> > mecum omnes plangite!
> >
> > "Carmina Burana"
> >
> >
> >
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9348 From: Don Vernatter Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: Appropriate themes
I know what you are taling about.

>3) the Alternate World. Now I know that EVERYONE eventually does this or
>something like this, but I figured ti was the best way to infuse a new
>direction to the continuing adventures. the Oni gate threw my players into
>a
>(say it with me) bleak, desolate, post-apocalyptic world where the fate of
>humanity had changed course that day Ryu LOST the fight to Sagat.
The main difference between your campaign and mine is that Shadowloo owns
America while most of the rest of the world is rallying forces to overwhelm
him. Many World Warriors now work for Shadowloo but I didn't want any of
them to be dead, (at least before the storyline starts) because I needed to
use almost all of them. I even included characters from EX, and other
titles, like Resident Evil, Final Fight, and King of Fighters. In fact, the
only "free" place in America is the area surrounding Metro City (from Final
Fight) commanded by Mike Maggar. It's fun, but I'm getting a little tired
of it and I want to start over. But not until the final showdown is
complete (or my players would kill me). They're main problem is getting out
of America, which is pretty hard if Shadowloo controls all exits (almost)
from the country.
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9349 From: wallace heard Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: Appropriate themes
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> >something like this, but I figured ti was the best way to infuse a new
> >direction to the continuing adventures. the Oni gate threw my players
>into
> >a
> >(say it with me) bleak, desolate, post-apocalyptic world where the fate
>of
> >humanity had changed course that day Ryu LOST the fight to Sagat.
>The main difference between your campaign and mine is that Shadowloo owns
>America while most of the rest of the world is rallying forces to overwhelm
>him. Many World Warriors now work for Shadowloo but I didn't want any of
>them to be dead, (at least before the storyline starts) because I needed to
>use almost all of them. I even included characters from EX, and other
>titles, like Resident Evil, Final Fight, and King of Fighters. In fact,
>the
>only "free" place in America is the area surrounding Metro City (from Final
>Fight) commanded by Mike Maggar. It's fun, but I'm getting a little tired
>of it and I want to start over. But not until the final showdown is
>complete (or my players would kill me). They're main problem is getting
>out
>of America, which is pretty hard if Shadowloo controls all exits (almost)
>from the country.

I was thinking of doing something like that, send my pc's to an alternate
world to rescue a lost scientist but the wold warriors are evil except for
bison..who is known as the "protector" but it was just a thought...

have to stay on your toes to be a gm..or storyteller (smile)
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9350 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Adding to the list of Book Names
well here's my ideas on the name for a book:

New Blood (ooooh! a good start too!)

Ringside (Hmmm...might be better as a NPC/nonfighter only book. Which is a
good idea itself)

Final Round

In This Corner

Contenders: Round 2 (copyright infringement?)

Rank One

Legacies of Rage (named after Brandon Lee's first film)

> >Gladiators
> >Warriors of the Ring
> >New Challangers
> >Faces of the Circuit
> >Battle Seekers
> >
> >Any other ideas?
> >
>
>Rookies
>The Fight Continues
>Legends in the Making
>The Next Round
>Stop Hitting Me!
>Do or Die
>Fight Club
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9351 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
>
>Good idea with a couple modifications, We could make
>an IC List kinda like Hunter-net except for
>streetfighter. Where people could challange other
>people and what not!

Okay I am about to do something uncharacteristic here.....

HOLY FREAKING CRAP THAT IS THE COOLEST IDEA!!!!!

The idea of a "SFNEt" website is great! Street Fighters are already a very
distinct subculture and putting up a website reflecting that culture would
rock. Not only would the whole tournament deal be hosted there, but we could
make up the whole site to appear as a sort of mock "touch base" for the
"fighters" to contact each other, post journals (fanfiction) about their
travels and even the odd article or two.

Of course my interest is slightly selfish; with my schedule I wouldn't be
able to participate in actual games but I'd still like to be involved
somehow. What d'you guys think?
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9352 From: Steve Karstensen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
We could even set up a bulletin board, assuming we could run perl scripts.
I have a copy of the UBB code lying around if we need it.

-----Original Message-----
From: Darrick Chen [mailto:dare2live@...]
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 7:49 PM
To: streetfighter@egroups.com
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] How about a PBEmail Campaign???



>
>Good idea with a couple modifications, We could make
>an IC List kinda like Hunter-net except for
>streetfighter. Where people could challange other
>people and what not!

Okay I am about to do something uncharacteristic here.....

HOLY FREAKING CRAP THAT IS THE COOLEST IDEA!!!!!

The idea of a "SFNEt" website is great! Street Fighters are already a very
distinct subculture and putting up a website reflecting that culture would
rock. Not only would the whole tournament deal be hosted there, but we could

make up the whole site to appear as a sort of mock "touch base" for the
"fighters" to contact each other, post journals (fanfiction) about their
travels and even the odd article or two.

Of course my interest is slightly selfish; with my schedule I wouldn't be
able to participate in actual games but I'd still like to be involved
somehow. What d'you guys think?
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9353 From: J. Scott Pittman Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
It would rock; no doubt there.
 
J. Scott Pittman
EPICS game designer and professional artist
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----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] How about a PBEmail Campaign???


>
>Good idea with a couple modifications, We could make
>an IC List kinda like Hunter-net except for
>streetfighter. Where people could challange other
>people and what not!

Okay I am about to do something uncharacteristic here.....

HOLY FREAKING CRAP THAT IS THE COOLEST IDEA!!!!!

The idea of a "SFNEt" website is great! Street Fighters are already a very
distinct subculture and putting up a website reflecting that culture would
rock. Not only would the whole tournament deal be hosted there, but we could
make up the whole site to appear as a sort of mock "touch base" for the
"fighters" to contact each other, post journals (fanfiction) about their
travels and even the odd article or two.

Of course my interest is slightly selfish; with my schedule I wouldn't be
able to participate in actual games but I'd still like to be involved
somehow. What d'you guys think?
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9354 From: arkondloc@aol.com Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
In a message dated 10/23/00 7:09:50 PM Central Daylight Time,
dare2live@... writes:

> The idea of a "SFNEt" website is great! Street Fighters are already a very
> distinct subculture and putting up a website reflecting that culture would
> rock. Not only would the whole tournament deal be hosted there, but we
could
>
> make up the whole site to appear as a sort of mock "touch base" for the
> "fighters" to contact each other, post journals (fanfiction) about their
> travels and even the odd article or two.
>
> Of course my interest is slightly selfish; with my schedule I wouldn't be
> able to participate in actual games but I'd still like to be involved
> somehow. What d'you guys think?

I like it. We could even try to make an IN-CHARACTER Newsletter and use it
in our Chronicles.

"Soon, the Paths shall stand revealed."

Arkon, Dark Lord of Chaos; Keeper of Mysteries; Circuit Folklorist; Seeker of
the Lost Paths
Group: streetfighter Message: 9355 From: streetfighter@egroups.com Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: New poll for streetfighter
Enter your vote today! Check out the new poll for the streetfighter
group:


What should the name of the Contenders
style source book be?

o First blood
o New blood
o Final round
o In this corner
o Legacies of rage
o Gladiators
o Warriors of the ring
o New challengers
o Faces of the circut
o Battle seekers
o Rookies
o The fight continues
o Legends in the makeing
o The next round
o Do or die
o Street fighter Committee Dossier
o Get in the ring
o Street fury
o Legends of the circut
o Tomorrows world warriors


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Thanks!
Group: streetfighter Message: 9356 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
>
>I like it. We could even try to make an IN-CHARACTER Newsletter and use it
>in our Chronicles.

Exactly my thought! It'd give us a chance to stretch out creative muscles in
something SF-related that wasn't purely game. We could have "interviews"
with the World Warriors, and post fight "schedules" and "current events".
Only challenge is that we'd most likley need a unified world for everything
to take place in.
>

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9357 From: cliff rice Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: SFnet is up!
here is the Joining address. Im sure you know the
stepps.

Contenders-subscribe@egroups.com

enjoy!

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Group: streetfighter Message: 9358 From: cliff rice Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: How about a PBEmail Campaign???
Not realy here is a thing i pioneared in Hunter-Net
just put (AV)at the beginning of the e-mail this
means "Anti Vanilla" which means it is Campeign
spacific and has no affect on anyone elses game unless
thay want it to.

Cliff

--- Darrick Chen <dare2live@...> wrote:
>
> >
> >I like it. We could even try to make an
> IN-CHARACTER Newsletter and use it
> >in our Chronicles.
>
> Exactly my thought! It'd give us a chance to stretch
> out creative muscles in
> something SF-related that wasn't purely game. We
> could have "interviews"
> with the World Warriors, and post fight "schedules"
> and "current events".
> Only challenge is that we'd most likley need a
> unified world for everything
> to take place in.
> >
>
>
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9359 From: J. Scott Pittman Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Warrior's Pride ?
Dustin - I would like to know when the next WP will be out and how much time I have to submit artwork, characters, info, etc.
 
J. Scott Pittman
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www.dragonslayergames.com
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----- Original Message -----
From: cliff rice
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 6:03 PM
Subject: Re: [streetfighter] How about a PBEmail Campaign???

Not realy here is a thing i pioneared in Hunter-Net
just put  (AV)at the beginning of the e-mail this
means "Anti Vanilla" which means it is Campeign
spacific and has no affect on anyone elses game unless
thay want it to.

Cliff

--- Darrick Chen <dare2live@...> wrote:
>
> >
> >I like it.  We could even try to make an
> IN-CHARACTER Newsletter and use it
> >in our Chronicles.
>
> Exactly my thought! It'd give us a chance to stretch
> out creative muscles in
> something SF-related that wasn't purely game. We
> could have "interviews"
> with the World Warriors, and post fight "schedules"
> and "current events".
> Only challenge is that we'd most likley need a
> unified world for everything
> to take place in.
> >
>
>
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9360 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: New chat
Hey folks,

I thought maybe we should try using MSN chat for SF chat. It's more
accessible and easier touse, in my opinion. Onlything is that someone needs
to be in the room at all times or the room disappears. Right now I'm hosting
it. It's at chat.msn.com under the Unlisted Category, and it's Called the
War Room. If you just got this message i'm there right now, some drop on by!

-Darrick

PS: The list only password for the room is Rumble. Type it in when you
enter. Thanks
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9361 From: Don Vernatter Date: 10/23/2000
Subject: Re: karan says
I had an NPC like that in my game. Her name was Qaali. She controlled
elemental monsters (like from Final Fantasy), I actually still have stats
and character cutouts for them. The last wave were the dragons. They were
Salamander (fire), Leviathan (water), Typhoon (air), Terrato (earth), and
Bahamut (light). Each dragon took up four hexes and could fly, they also
had really powerful elemental moves (i made them up), and when you killed
one, it would cause the corresponding section of the floor to collapse (my
players didn't know until a few had fallen in ;^). And afterwards, one of
my more hotheaded players tried to attack her after she warned him not to.
Her jab punch had a speed damage and move rating of over 30 heeheehee! I
can be mean sometimes!!


>From: cliff rice <shinzite@...>
>Reply-To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>Subject: Re: [streetfighter] Re: karan says
>Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 17:08:41 -0700 (PDT)
>
>
>The sensai type character in My game was named Rumero
>(pronounced Rumor-O) anyway he had every move in the
>bool except for mabt 1 or 2 and he was willing to
>teach
>anyone who knew those moves in exchange for Tutoring
>himself. he is the spirit of combat. He dident have
>stats it was just assumed that he would beat the Poop
>outa anyone whi fought him think of him as an
>Antideluveina except for streetfighter. Only one
>person ever fought him the only dice mechanic i ever
>used was 30 dice of damage reguardless of stamina.
>The other gut was named ZanKits he was the spirit of
>armed combat similar to rumoro but more brutal.
>
>Cliff
>
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Group: streetfighter Message: 9362 From: Darrick Chen Date: 10/24/2000
Subject: Re: LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F u
Well to myunderstanding Northern styles or chang chuan,focus on more
acrobatic and aerial techniques, while maintaining a circular range of
motion and movement. Conversely Southern styles, or nan chuan, focusses more
on a lower center of gravity and more linear movement. Wushu is inherently
Northern, but not all Northern Styles are considered wushu. Another term
that was created during the last century was kuoshu, which is a more
specific term for Kung Fu meaning "national art"

>From: "Steve Karstensen" <skarsten@...>
>Reply-To: streetfighter@egroups.com
>To: <streetfighter@egroups.com>
>Subject: Re: [streetfighter] LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F
>u
>Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 17:57:45 -0400
>
>in a sense. however, the only real difference is that the north calls it
>Wu
>Shu while the south calls it Kung Fu. And since all our favorite film
>stars
>such as Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan are from Hong Kong, which is in the
>south,
>that's why we know it as Kung Fu.
>
>you'll get a different answer depending on who you ask. the above info was
>given to me by a sifu as well. :)
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Ronny Anderssen <cybermage@...>
>To: streetfighter@egroups.com <streetfighter@egroups.com>
>Date: Saturday, October 21, 2000 8:06 PM
>Subject: RE: [streetfighter] LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung F
>u
>
>
> >I asked my Sifu about the difference of Kung Fu and Wu Shu.
> >His side of the story was that Wu Shu is the publically Martial Art,
>while
>Kung Fu was practiced only in special schools or inside families.
> >
> >
> >-----Ronin-----
> >
> >
> >---
> >Sors salutis et virtutis michi nunc contraria,
> >est affectus et defectus semper in angaria.
> >Hac in hora sine mora corde pulsum tangite;
> >quod per sortem sternit fortem,
> >mecum omnes plangite!
> >
> >"Carmina Burana"
> >
> >>
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: Andy Johnston [mailto:dlatrex@...]
> >>Sent: Friday, October 20, 2000 2:19 PM
> >>To: streetfighter@egroups.com
> >>Subject: [streetfighter] LOL! Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung Fu
> >>
> >>
> >>Big Steve,
> >> Gald to see you back from an enjoyable trip, and even more gald to hear
>you
> >>voice your thoughts on the List. I just find it funny that I
>specifically
> >>kept the message "The "last word" on Wushu and Kung Fu that you had
>posted
> >>back in the day.
> >>ha!
> >>What a crazy reclusive group we are. =)
> >>
> >>
> >>> forgive me for dredging this back up, but...
> >>>
> >>> When I was in China, I was taken out to a teahouse to witness what was
> >>> called "Tea Kung Fu". Basically a very elaborate ceremony of
>preparing
> >>tea.
> >>> It didn't impress me much beyond the name, but that *might* be because
>one
> >>> of the women I was with knew how to do it better than the girl
>performing
> >>> the ceremony, and basically kicked her out of the room and took over.
> >>>
> >>> Ah Li, I will always remember you fondly. :)
> >>>
> >>> -----Original Message-----
> >>> From: Chris Hoffmann [mailto:staredown@...]
> >>> Sent: Friday, May 05, 2000 10:02 AM
> >>> To: streetfighter@egroups.com
> >>> Subject: RE: [streetfighter] Not the "last word" on Wu Shu and Kung Fu
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Actually Kung Fu translates to good/hard work, I believe. So yes it
> >>applies
> >>> to
> >>> everything from farming to kicking ass to calculus and beyond.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >Angelfire for your free web-based e-mail. http://www.angelfire.com
> >
> >
> >
> >
>

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