> In a message dated 11/10/99 1:42:48 PM Pacific
> Standard Time,
> ptc075@... writes:
> << One of my good friends, who is into the Vampire
> LARP scene played an
> NPC Street Fighter a couple of times... Didn't work
> too well. You've
> got all the normal problems of trying to intergrate
> SF & the World of
> Darkness, plus the added bonus of being in a LARP.
> Next time I see him
> I'll ask if he remembers any of it, think its close
> to 3 years ago now.
> All I remember is that the character had just a
> ton of
> personality/background, so she had plenty of
> subplot stuff going on to
> keep her busy. I think you're right thou, you
> really need that to keep
> the LARP going. I'm sure if you were serious about
> it, you could mod
> the SF combat rules to make them work in an RPG.
> I'm not positive, but
> I believe in my friend's case, they just treated
> him as a normal human,
> with techniques instead of disciplines & special
> moves instead of
> special abilities... >>
> Thanks for your comments. I don't think the LARP I
> play would ever let me
> play a streetfighter, I'm in one of those real
> strict ones, which has
> advantages and disadvantages.
> I would like to start my own strictly Streetfighter
> LARP (at least a small
> one with a few friends). Since there has been no
> chorus of "Lawd, that will
> _never_ work", I believe I shall.
This the third fight of this series of friendly fights, while I wait
more people (Need at last more 6 and maximum 9) because I put some Npc
fighters for players receive some exp. Well this going to a great match,
good luck for Blaise (Chris Krug-Iron). With someone want to play just
send me a fighter. With origin country, a winning quote and tatics (ten
Kozminski style: Tai chi Chuan (Npc) Country: Poland.
Appearence: A long blond hair guy with a red and gold chinese tunic
with typical shoes, blue eyes and white skin.
Blaise style: Kung Fu (Chris Krug-Iron) Country: U.S.A.
Appearence: A young man in his twenties. About 5 foot 9 inches tall,
weighs about 160 pounds. Of Caucasian descent, well-built, with
short dark red hair and grey eyes. Wears a black denim jacket over a
dark red t-shirt, black jeans, and biker boots with spurs.
Arena: A old gym, with many people looking.
The fighters are 3 hexes from each other the bell rings and fights
Move 1: Kozminski blocks and Blaise hit a strong punch damage but no
Move 2: Kozminski try a stunning shout but Blaise hit him before with a
short kick and Kozminski receive 1 point of damage and Blaise start a
Move 3: Blaise hit Kozminski with Double hit kick before a wrongl try of
pin from Kozminski and the polish receive: 1 point damage.
Move 4: Kozminski Blocks and Blaise make a crouching foward kick
Kozminski receive: 2 points of damage.
Move 5: Blaise blocks and Kozminski hit a stunning shout fot his combo
hit and Blaise stuns!!!
Move 6: Kozminski make a pin and it´s a susteind hold Blaise receive: 4
points of damage and still stun!!!
Move 7: Kozminski continue the pin and Blaise receive: no damage.
Move 8: Blaise recovers from stun and break the susteind hold, now he
free, Kozminski going back both fighters block at this turn.
Move 9: Kozminski try a pin but Jumping roundhouse kick from Blaise hit
him first Kozminski receive: 4 points of damage and stuns!!!
Move 10: Blaise hit a power uppercut and Kozminski receive: 3 points of
damage and he knock out.
Blaise helps Kozminsk to stand up and then calmly walks away.
No winning quote from Blaise:
It´s over folks Blaise wins for Knock out, good Tatic Chris Krug-Iron
see you next bout.
And remember when I have a good number of fighters I will start the
From: Chris Krug-Iron
Subject: Re: Streetfighter LARP
LARP: Live Action Role Playing. Walking around and doing stuff like in an
improv acting game.
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>Subject: [streetfighter] Re: Streetfighter LARP
>Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 00:50:53 -0800 (PST)
>Excuse me for those of us who have no idea what a LARP
>is what is it?
>--- JSorochins@... wrote:
> > In a message dated 11/10/99 1:42:48 PM Pacific
> > Standard Time,
> > ptc075@... writes:
> > << One of my good friends, who is into the Vampire
> > LARP scene played an
> > NPC Street Fighter a couple of times... Didn't work
> > too well. You've
> > got all the normal problems of trying to intergrate
> > SF & the World of
> > Darkness, plus the added bonus of being in a LARP.
> > Next time I see him
> > I'll ask if he remembers any of it, think its close
> > to 3 years ago now.
> > All I remember is that the character had just a
> > ton of
> > personality/background, so she had plenty of
> > subplot stuff going on to
> > keep her busy. I think you're right thou, you
> > really need that to keep
> > the LARP going. I'm sure if you were serious about
> > it, you could mod
> > the SF combat rules to make them work in an RPG.
> > I'm not positive, but
> > I believe in my friend's case, they just treated
> > him as a normal human,
> > with techniques instead of disciplines & special
> > moves instead of
> > special abilities... >>
> > Thanks for your comments. I don't think the LARP I
> > play would ever let me
> > play a streetfighter, I'm in one of those real
> > strict ones, which has
> > advantages and disadvantages.
> > I would like to start my own strictly Streetfighter
> > LARP (at least a small
> > one with a few friends). Since there has been no
> > chorus of "Lawd, that will
> > _never_ work", I believe I shall.
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I agree with all of this except that if Akuma entered the tournaments, he
would have to be recognized if he went undefeated... he may not be well -
liked, but he would have to be recognized, if he gained his victory fairly
(thats a stretch i know)... he would almost without doubt be accepted when
he challenged a WW to a match... he is so powerful that a WW would be seen
as a coward if he diddnt accept!
I think what would happen with (almost any) fighter is that Akuma could
position to enter the circuit at a higher rank. There would be some
preliminary fights and some judges to detirmine his rank level, or something
like that... If Bruce Lee was still around and came to the ring, I doubt
anybody would accept him as a Rank 1 fighter, he would immediatly be boosted
up to at least Rank 9 or 10
From: Andy <dlatrex@...>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 9:54 PM
Subject: [streetfighter] Re: World Warriors - was: Duelists
>Thank you Steve, for once again bringing order to the Chaos.
>Verafication for anyone, about what he's saying:
>Pg. 62, SF:TSTG
>To enter the World warriors <a Division> you must attain rank 9 or 10 in
>of the other division, Duelist, Traditional, Freestyle.
>OR you can beat a WW in combat.
>Like Steve said, a WW would never take the challange from anyone lower than
>rank 8 or so <normaly> so this almost never happens. Also what everyone is
>saying about having an impeccable record is true. Not former WW ended up
>dead, or retired.
>Look at ADON. he's still on the circut in SF:3, but his losses made him
>from the ranks.
>In my adventures I've been carful not to let any of the WW from SF2, fall
>from grace prematurely. But i've had some former/future WW make guest
>appearances at rank 9-10. Oro recently beat E. Honda in a story, but I
>excpect it to be temporary.
>As far as akuma goes, well. Is he officially on the circut? no. Therfore
>shan't accumulate a victory/loss with him <even with witness> any more that
>you would some bouncer at a club that's not on the circut. As far as any of
>us can tell, he has no desire to be on the circut, mearly to beat up the
>SF'ers, hence I doubt he'll ever hold rank or follow rules. My ruling is
>simple for every fight.
>Both fighters must be registered, unless they are declaring this thier
>fight. And there must be a witness present.
>I agree with steve about the rank 8 lossing honor. Any honorable rank 8
>would not accept a challenge <nor GIVE a challenge> to a newbie fighter,
>unless they showed TREMENDOUS promise. But there will always be the
>On a side note, I just reilized that SF:3 showed us our first Cyborg WW <Q>
>and our first elemental WW's <Gill: Fire/Ice, Urien: Metal>. Is now all
>we are waiting for a hybrid? Hmm... Would necro mearly be concidered a
>mutant a la Blanka? And how about Twelve? a level 6 cyborg, I.E. Robot?
>> A Rank Four fighter would never have his challenge accepted by any World
>> Warrior ('cept maybe an evil one who'd make a point to cripple the
>> arrogant little fuck for having the audacity to challenge him in the
>> first place).
>> What would happen to Akuma? Yes, he would be rank 1. However, word
>> travels fast, and as soon as anyone important noticed he was entering
>> low-level tournaments, they'd step outside the rules of the circuit.
>> Special circumstances warrant special exceptions. Or he'd just blaze
>> his way up the ranks in about a week and go for it the normal way. I
>> think what would happen is that no one would acknowledge his status as a
>> World Warrior (save maybe Bison & crew) due to the way in which it was
>> gained. The rules say rank 9 or 10, impeccable record, challenge a
>> World Warrior, get the title. No honorable fighter will accept anything
>> less. The Big Four hold their titles by record alone.
>> Rank 8 fighters doing what you describe is essentially goading
>> lower-ranking opponents into challenging them, which is the same as
>> challenging the rank-fivers themselves. I'd dock him honor for it, just
>> like the time I docked one of my players for taking on a pair of rank
>> threes by himself. The way it's supposed to work is you should only
>> challenge or accept challenges of your peers, or someone who you suspect
>> is better than his rank may indicate. The house rule I use to simulate
>> this is that if a character has a Glory (or Honor, in some cases) rating
>> equal to the rank of the fighter he's challenging, the challengee will
>> take him seriously. Anything less, he'll be laughed at for.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Chris Nelson [mailto:ptc075@...]
>> Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 5:39 PM
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: [streetfighter] Re: World Warriors - was: Duelists
>> Right, but what happens when a Rank 4 fighter beats a World Warrior?
>> Does he not get the title until he hits Rank 9? Or does he lose it
>> when he drops back down to rank 3... hmmm... could take a while for
>> that one... We always had the arguement about what would happen if
>> Akuma decided to join the circuit. Technically, he's rank 1, because
>> he doesn't care about the circuit at all, & as far as I know, he's all
>> but unknown to the rest of the world, save Ryu & Ken. He just pops up
>> & challenges fighters around the world to hone his skill, & they
>> usually end up dead. He could easily beat some of the lesser world
>> warriors out there now, & then you'd have a rank 1 world warrior
>> running around... ??
>> Okay, perhaps these leaps of logic aren't the same as everyone else's
>> on the group, but it made sense to us at the time. In order to get
>> around this whole problem, we removed the ranking requirement from
>> World Warrios later... I think the GM got sick of the Rank 8 PC walking
>> into the rank 5 tournaments to get 20 quick wins, so he could regain
>> his world warrior status. (If you were a world warrior, & lose it by
>> dropping to rank 8, do you get your status back when you get back to
>> rank 9?) PS, side debate here, if you're rank 8, & you walk into a
>> tournament of lower ranked fighters & say you'll accept any and all
>> challenges, should you take an honor loss?
>> Pehaps our GM just likes the secret masters idea too much, but we ran
>> accross SEVERAL unranked/Rank 1 fighters who could mop the floor with
>> us (we were all rank 7+ by the end of that one). Just because you
>> don't compete in tournaments doesn't mean you can't fight. Another
>> great example of this is when you take the SF engine & use it to tell
>> just a normal story. Friend once ran us thru his version of 'Big
>> Trouble in Little China', with all of us playing martial artists. By
>> the end of it, we were all about equal to rank 4 characters, but we'd
>> never had a 'real' street fight. (AKA, we weren't ranked.)
>> I dunno, I've just always seen the World Warrior title as more of the
>> 'king of the hill' I'm the best type thing, & ranking to be more of a
>> official/bookie/how many tournament fights have you been in?
>> --- Steve Karstensen <skarstensen@...> wrote:
>> > I'd wager if a World Warrior ever lost his ranking (9 or 10 in
>> > whatever
>> > division he held) he would lose his World Warrior status. This is
>> > quite
>> > easy to do given the incredibly exacting record a warrior must hold
>> > to
>> > maintain such a high rank. One or two losses may be enough, so
>> > chances
>> > are if you beat a World Warrior a re-evaluation of his record is in
>> > order.
>> > -----Original Message-----
>> > From: Chris Nelson [mailto:ptc075@...]
>> > Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 1999 5:07 PM
>> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>> > Subject: [streetfighter] World Warriors - was: Duelists
>> > This letter just reminded me of a house rule we play with, & I was
>> > wondering if we were the only group that used it. The rules state
>> > that
>> > if you beat a World Warrior in a best of 3 fight, then you become a
>> > World Warrior. So, after a while, you'd have just millions of World
>> > Warriors, right? Well, millions is perhaps an exageration, but we
>> > had
>> > 25 of them by the time my 1st Street Fighter game ended, & that was
>> > w/o
>> > all the Alpha series characters added... Plus, as new characters got
>> > better & better, & new NPCs got introduced, it only seemed like that
>> > number would skyrocket.
>> > So, we set the max number of World Warriors to 16. If you challenge
>> > a
>> > World Warrior & beat them, you get their spot & they lose it. It
>> > kept
>> > the title under control. Plus, as I'm sure some of you have noticed,
>> > some of the characters in the base book just aren't that great.
>> > T-Hawk
>> > got nicknamed the 'World Warrior Generator' in our 1st campaign, back
>> > before we changed added this rule.
>> > A-way, just my 2 cents thrown at the crowd.
>> > -Laters!
>> > -Chris!
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