b1argh, post: 6288096, member: 16382 wrote:
And shoutouts to Chad getting blown up by the little kid waiter, being called a liar.
GetThere1Time, post: 6288381, member: 15633 wrote:
Rules jacked from SoCal Blaz since their scene seems to be a similar size as ours. Obviously we can change the rules to suit us. Just ignore anything Blaz specific:
What the fuck is a Danisen?
Good question. The Danisen system is something that's gained popularity in fighting games over the years and is something they use to rank people outside of the standard ranbats. Basically, it's like playing for points. You fight your opponent as you normally would, and then you gain or lose points for winning or losing. There are associated levels and restrictions based on each level. Pretty simple.
-Each time you win a match, you gain 1 point. Each time you lose a match, you lose 1 point.
-Everyone begins at "Rank 1" ranking with zero points.
-You cannot go below 0 points as a Rank 1
-You can level up by reaching +3. Conversely, if you reach -3 in your ranking, you will level down.
-Every time you level up or down, you start at +0 for that Rank. From there, you can once again move up or down as normally.
-You can only play someone within 1 rank of yourself. For example, Rank 1 vs Rank 2 is fine, but not Rank 1 vs Rank 3.
-If there are less than three people in the highest current level, you may not play at that level until there are at least three people. Try to focus on an alt if you make it to the very top.
Rank 5 - Strong
-Due to the current player cap, Rank 5 is now a special Rank
-Rank 5 requires a player to reach +5 to reach Rank 6, getting demoted to Rank 4 still only requires a -3
Rank 6 - The King of Kings
-Rank 6 is the same type of special rank
-However, you must reach -5 to get demoted from Rank 6
Rank 7 - God of Gods
-A player who is Rank 7 cannot Gain points, for example, if he wins at -4, he will stay at -4
-Similarly, losing to a Rank 7 player does not cause you to lose points (unless you are also Rank 6)
-All wins will instead be counted as W's. They will be tallied up in a cumulative score.
-Standard tournament rules, 2/3 rounds, 99 seconds, NO CHEAP SHIT
-All characters are allowed, except the unlimited ones
-In the interest of not wasting time, no Stylish Mode chracters
-Each match you play is 1 point, it is NOT 2/3 matches per point
-Winner stays after he wins, if he gets promoted, then he must get up.
-Losers get up, if there is REALLY no one else to play, you can have a salty runback funback
The way the room is set up is something like this:
-Each TV will have a level range assigned to it (Rank 1-2/Rank 2-3/Rank 3-4)
-Line up on a TV within your correct range
-When it is your turn, sit down and play your opponent
-If you win, you must stay put. If you lose, you must line up on a DIFFERENT station in your range.
This way, if you are capable of following directions, you will never play someone out of your range. If there are a lot of players in a particular range, we'll increase the number of setups for that range, but the same rules apply.
Different Character Rules
-You may play more than one character at the Danisen, each character will have their independent score own score.
-You can even play a character in a vastly different way and have it count as in independent character (For example, Bobby can play on stick have have his score be independent)
-You may play multiple characters per day. HOWEVER, if you choose a character, you may not choose another character until you level up or down with that character. The exception is if you are Rank 1 with 0 points, you may switch character whenever you want.
snipermav, post: 6288806, member: 15134 wrote:
Dwayne and Malcolm before the MM:
On the block
Holdin it down
Gun in my waist
Not a game
By my self
Didn't nobody right me
It was early
Went back to sleep
Took a nap
YOU EVER GO NIGHT NIGHT?!?!?"
DAPVIP, post: 6311795, member: 48335 wrote: