This is a fresh new idea, sort of, that is pretty unique.
It’s different from any other evo’s since i haven’t heard of it done before. Somewhat like the 3s Kara-Palm thread, but more variety! Feel free to elaborate with me.
TYPES OF HORSE/PIG:
Select ONE character in any groove(your opponent must accept the character) and money match someone for X amount of money. Now, let’s just say the character is C-akuma:
First the person must call off the trick exactly how its done and what will happen, then the person pulls off their cool C-Akuma juggles and cancels etc and the person replicating must pull it off EXACTLY as seen(the person may ask for it written out).
IF THE REPLICATOR:
a) Misses the combo: They get a letter H/P(depending if you want to play PIG or HORSE) and the originator goes again.
b) Gets the combo: now, its the replicators turn to do a C akuma combo or if accepted, another character.
This goes on until one person fully gets the word HORSE or PIG.
*Note: I think PIG should be for 5$ MMs, and HORSE for more.
Just Defend HORSE/PIG
Just Defend PIG/HOSE: there are only three/five chances to JD something interesting. If you fail to JD you get a letter; however, if you are able to complete the JD you start the next round.
ex: A vs B. A starts and JDs entire cammy drill super. B JDs entire cammy drill super. No one loses any points but the next round is started by B.
Same rules as JD HORSE/PIG but with Parry.
Roll Cancel Challenge
Test your RC skills! You money match your opponent to an RC Battle. One person choses a move to be RCed, and then it is seen who can RC the most out of 20/30/40/or maybe even 50!! RCs.
ex: The move to RC is Bison’s Psycho Crusher. Bison is set vs Ryu in training mode. Record Ryu throwing a fireball and hit play. Now everytime a fireball is approaching Bison, you RC through it with Psycho Crusher X amount of times out of 30/40/50. Make sure you are tallying or someone is tallying for you. Then your opponent goes, and if he has a higher RC percentage than you, he wins the Money Match.
Anyone have questions?
- Gene Wong