2023.06.03 14:02 Magdaki "Rivalry Resolved: The Duel Series #1" - Jason Bernard [Epic Orchestral]
This is the first in a new series of individual tracks I will be releasing that will be representing epic duels. I hope you enjoy it, and thanks for listening! By Moonlight: The Duel Series #1 releases tomorrow, June 2nd!submitted by Magdaki to SelfPromotionYouTube [link] [comments]
The Story So Far...
They had been friends once, the two greatest warriors of their generation. Taught by the same master, rivals but to each other's betterment. Then the clans had gone to war. They each had killed the other's friends and family. And now they would finally come face to face in battle. Now they would find out who was truly best. Now the rivalry would be resolved...
2023.06.03 12:57 GreatStats4ItsCost No extra deck archetype
2023.06.03 11:17 Snoo96220 statitics website for yugioh?
2023.06.03 09:24 I_am_a_liftie Did it with warrior.
Percival the Beast :e_str: Warrior [X]
:skull: [Normal]:trophy: Total score: 1183 :fire: Most damage: 122 :crown: Deck value: 350 :coin: Gold remaining: 11
:clock1: Duration: 03:08:51:crossed_swords: Forgehammer
:rocket: Studied Strike
Bosses slain: Weeping Mother, Garvin Greaves, Bolgar Blightbane, Viola Skysworn, Melchor the Cursed, Lord of DespairDecklist (41) 5x Advance 1x Aftershock 2x Bash 2x Battle Sense 1x Blastshield 1x Blood for Blood 3x Brace for Impact 1x Bunker Down 1x Butter Up 1x Cutting Words 1x Follow Through 1x Follow Through [+1] 1x Forgehammer [+18] 1x Forgehammer [+19] 1x Forgehammer [+21] 1x Forgehammer [+25] 2x Headshot 1x Headshot [+1] 1x Master of Arms 1x Potion of Alacrity 1x Recuperate 1x Reprisal 1x Retaliate 1x Sanguine Surge 2x Steady Ground 1x Steelskin Potion 1x Steelwall 3x Studied Strike
1x Surge of StrengthImbues (2) Brawlers Mark
Stand Your GroundTalents (11) Guarding Weapon Haemorrhager Master of Anatomy Greater Strength Hellforged Weapons Trovan's Blessing Skylars Kiss Battlerush Blessing of the White Rose Brutality Battleborn
2023.06.03 08:42 DirtyDanial1203 Fuck this deck Holy shit
I ashed his havnis on my turn, impermed his reino hart, sinister longyuaned both his tear scream and his mudora, and chixaod his bug knight guy that board wipes, he goes into Zeus, wipes my board, and off of his single copy of perlerino gets THIS. HE DIDNT EVEN HIT A GODDAMN ISHIZU MILLER HE JUST SHIT OUT SCHEIREN INTO KIT INTO MERRLI AND GOT THIS. i hate this fucking deck so much and I hate how so many people are like "just hit the ishizu cards, they're the problem" ignoring the fact that these cards are so fucking bloated with effects that off of one card my opponent can go into infinite spell and trap negates, a special summon negate and a continuous trap imperm. This deck deserves to have kit banned and every main deck monster at 1, and i wish itd get hit more after that. Dragon rulers got turned into a LITERALLY unplayble archetype for LESS then this. This is fucking ridiculous and I can't wait for Kashtira to come out and fucking ruin this deck, since clearly ko$ is never going to hit them with anything more then a slap on the wrist in master duelsubmitted by DirtyDanial1203 to masterduel [link] [comments]
2023.06.03 08:12 FryFromFuturamaXbox How to max damage? Is 11% manifestation better than 5% one stroke fury?
Looking to max dps. How does my build look?submitted by FryFromFuturamaXbox to WildHeartsGame [link] [comments]
2023.06.03 07:58 relievedpanda65 Idea for a new tower
2023.06.03 06:44 CrimsonReaper5 Current Meta Thoughts
2023.06.03 05:05 EseDientes Legacy section needed.
2023.06.03 04:33 staysoy help me find a graveyard deck
2023.06.03 03:54 Ed_Derick_ Star Wars: The Force Awakens Review. It's... alright? I guess?
2023.06.03 03:22 SturmWolfius Don't know if this has been done before but the Meta isn't gonna get better any format soon
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2023.06.03 03:00 04Fedor Firestorm 120: Book the first edition of a new AEW tournament
Preludesubmitted by 04Fedor to FantasyBookingElite [link] [comments]
CM Punk returns for the launch of Collision as expected and from the start of Collision to the beginning of this booking he does not interact with MJF or the elite at all. He doesn't even go on dynamite. Instead, he rekindles his feud with Samoa Joe and is still unable to defeat The Samoan Submission Machine.
Wednesday November 8th Dynamite
On the previous week's dynamite it is hyped that Tony Khan has an absolutely massive statement to make. He announces that there will be a one time only Pay Per View to take place on December 31st called AEW: Endgame. He talks about how MJF is holding the AEW World Championship hostage with his contract running down. He announces a tournament to take place culminating on the winter is coming episode of Dynamite where the winner will challenge MJF at endgame. The segment comes to an end as the bracket is flashed on the screen.
Saturday November 11th Collision
To kick off the tournament we see a close match between Samoa Joe and Malakai Black. Most of the match is striking based between the two. However in the end it is Joe that is able to nail a massive muscle buster on Black to put him away.
Wednesday November 15th Dynamite
It is on dynamite that we see an absolute WAR between Miro and Keith Lee. The two bring out the best in each other and after 12 minutes of pure brutality Lee is unable to life Miro up for the spirit bomb and the Game Over seals his fate.
Saturday November 18th Collision
In an absolutely massive episode of Collision we see two first round matchups on the same show. The first is Bryan Danielson vs Eddie Kingston. Throughout the match we see Danielson consistently fighting from behind which should get him more of a face reaction as he is being built back up. In a callback to their classic in 2021 we see Danielson once again have Kingston stuck in a triangle choke only for Kingston to pick him up and slam him to the mat. This however is not enough as Danielson eventually comes out on top with 2 running knees in succession to get the three count.
Later in the night we see CM Punk take on Andrade el Idolo. In a surprisingly one sided match Punk is able to neutralize the offense of Andrade and he gets the win with a GTS.
Wednesday November 22nd Dynamite
The first tournament matchup of the night is between Roderick Strong and Adam Page. In a reverse of their first matchup a decade prior, Page is the favorite while Strong is the one who is trying to make a run up the card. This time however, Page will not be denied and he is able to dispatch Strong with a Buckshot lariat to advance.
The second matchup of the night is in the main event and it is another chapter of the Moxley/Omega saga(their first matchup since the cage match months ago). This time Omega is the one that comes out on top after he nails Moxley with a One Winged Angel.
Saturday November 25th Collision
Adam Cole and Pac main event the show and the two go all out. At the end of the match Pac misses the Black Arrow and Cole capitalizes with a german and he finally finishes the match with the Panama Sunrise.
Wednesday November 29th Dynamite
Here we see a match between Claudio Castagnoli and Darby Allin. A hungry Darby comes out with something to prove in an attempt to get even with MJF. Despite controlling most of the contest he still falls short to the brutal offense that is displayed by Claudio.
Saturday December 2nd Collision
To kick off the second round we see a match between Danielson and Miro. This match closes the show and gets 30 minutes. To start the match, Miro unleashes his mighty power, violently shoving Bryan down multiple times, electrifying the crowd with each forceful blow. But Bryan refuses to back down, retaliating with lightning-fast strikes of his own. But when it seems like a comeback is possible, Miro launches a devastating knee strike that sends Bryan hurtling out of the ring.
Showing his resilience, Bryan recovers and launches a barrage of thunderous kicks to Miro's body. Miro charges forward, but Bryan expertly counters with a waistlock. However, Miro's sheer strength propels him out of the hold, executing a bone-crushing running shoulder tackle. Bryan refuses to be defeated, sprinting off the ropes and delivering a jaw-dropping clothesline followed by a breathtaking dropkick that sends Miro sprawling out of the ring. Bryan's determination pushes him to the edge as he prepares for a daring suicide dive, but Miro snatches him out of midair. With incredible force, Miro executes a release belly-to-belly suplex on the unforgiving floor. The crowd is in awe as Miro ruthlessly hurls Bryan into the solid steel steps. Miro follows up with not one, but two thunderous suplexes, sending shockwaves through the arena.
Miro seizes control, applying a dominating chinlock for what seems like an eternity. With the turnbuckle as his weapon, Miro mercilessly whips Bryan into it, shaking the entire ring. However, Bryan refuses to be defeated, summoning his last reserves of strength to deliver consecutive running dropkicks. Yet, Miro proves his resilience, responding with a brutal Samoan Drop, leaving the crowd on the edge of their seats. Miro showboats to the crowd which gives Bryan an opening. Unleashing a flurry of ferocious kicks to Miro's chest, Bryan momentarily gains the upper hand. But Miro, unbowed, catches him in his grip, only for Bryan to ingeniously counter into a lightning-fast kneebar submission. Miro teeters on the edge of defeat, almost succumbing to Bryan's relentless assault. But Miro is able to summon his inner strength, powering out of the submission and delivering a gutwrench suplex. As the crowd erupts, Miro follows up with a jaw-dropping release German Suplex.
In a breathtaking display of athleticism, Bryan counters a second Miro suplex attempt, landing gracefully on his feet and he delivers a roundhouse kick to Miro's head. Bryan relentlessly pummels Miro with a barrage of knee strikes to the head, stomping with unyielding fury. The crowd is on its feet, chanting in sheer admiration as Bryan attempts his signature running knee strike, only to be caught mid-air by Miro, who executes a bone-rattling Powerbomb. Miro, overcome with emotion, points skyward, seemingly communing with his divine power. His fervor reaches its peak as he locks in the fearsome Game Over submission. Bryan, however, refuses to surrender, summoning every ounce of fight in his body to crawl towards the bottom rope. Undeterred, Miro savagely stomps on Bryan's back, determined to enforce his dominance. Once again, he applies the Game Over submission, but Bryan summons his remaining strength, rolling over and trapping Miro in the LeBell Lock, targeting his left arm and head. Miro fights back with a furious onslaught of punches. Bryan refuses to relent, transitioning seamlessly into the same triangle that gave Eddie Kingston problems, delivering thunderous elbows to Miro's head. The intensity reaches a fever pitch, but Miro resorts to desperate measures, using eye-gouging tactics to break free. Undeterred, Bryan retaliates with punishing kicks to Miro's body, but the Bulgarian Brute absorbs the blows and counters with a ruthless kick to Bryan's ribs. The two warriors ascend the turnbuckle, and in a breathtaking display of agility, Bryan executes a heart-stopping DDT off the top rope
As the crowd erupts in a frenzy of anticipation, Bryan seizes the moment, poised to deliver the final blow. With a surge of adrenaline coursing through his veins, he unleashes a running knee with unmatched precision, colliding with Miro's skull. The impact is thunderous, and the Bulgarian Brute crumples to the canvas. The referee dives into action, sliding into position to administer the three-count. The entire arena holds its breath as the referee's hand strikes the mat once... twice... and with a deafening roar, the final count echoes throughout the arena.
Danielson is overjoyed with his victory and he cuts a promo after the match which redeems him in the eyes of the fans.
Wednesday December 6th Dynamite
It is here that we see Adam Page and Kenny Omega go to battle once again. All the tension that they tried to put to the side resurfaces. As the deafening cheers of the crowd fill the arena, anticipation hangs heavy in the air. Both men, having shared a tumultuous history, find themselves standing on the precipice of an opportunity that could alter the course of their careers. As the bell tolls, a moment of hesitation lingers between Page and Omega. Their eyes meet, conveying the unspoken bond they once shared, as well as the lingering memories of their past battles. Their admiration for one another tempered by the overwhelming desire to claim victory and secure a shot at MJF. Both of them wanting be AEW's hero.
The match begins with a cautious approach, each wrestler studying the other's movements, searching for a weakness to exploit. Page, with his cowboy spirit, displays his trademark agility and strength, executing flawless suplexes and lightning-fast strikes. Omega, the virtuoso of the squared circle, responds with masterful counters and breathtaking high-flying maneuvers, leaving the audience in awe. As the match progresses, the hesitation slowly fades away, replaced by an intense competitive fire that burns within both men. Page's determination to prove himself worthy of the championship opportunity pushes him to new heights, delivering awe-inspiring dives from the top rope and bone-crushing power moves that send shockwaves through the ring.
Omega, showing a side of him that we have not seen since Full Gear, demonstrates why he is considered one of the greatest wrestlers of this generation. With his signature V-Triggers and mind-bending submission holds, he takes control of the match, methodically wearing down Page. The crowd's emotions surge as they witness the clash of these titans, torn between their admiration for Page's underdog spirit and their respect for Omega's undeniable skill.
In a heart-wrenching moment, Page summons his last ounce of strength, refusing to succumb to defeat. With a surge of adrenaline, he unleashes a flurry of hard-hitting strikes, stunning Omega and igniting a glimmer of hope within the crowd. But Omega, driven by his insatiable thirst for victory, fights back with unyielding ferocity, displaying his arsenal of devastating maneuvers that have made him a force to be reckoned with. As the final moments of the match approach, both competitors are pushed to their physical and emotional limits. The crowd, fully invested in the narrative unfolding before them, erupts with fervor, their cheers echoing throughout the arena. In a moment of sheer brilliance, Omega executes the One-Winged Angel and he pins Page to the canvas for the three-count.
The sound of the bell signals Omega's triumph, and the crowd rises to their feet in a mixture of admiration and bittersweet emotions. Page, though defeated, is given a standing ovation for his incredible effort, his heart and determination shining through the loss. Omega, a mix of relief and satisfaction, stands tall as the victor, knowing that he must be the one to dethrone MJF.
Sunday December 10th ROH Final Battle
Another battle in the storied rivalry between Punk and Joe. Punk and Joe face off on the Collision before the PPV and both Punk cuts a promo about how he NEEDS to defeat Joe and he NEEDS to defeat MJF but Joe cuts him off. Joe mentions that Punk has never beaten him before and at the end of the night it will just be more empty promises from Punk as the two brawl to end the show.
The match erupts into a furious display of athleticism and strategy, with Punk unleashing his lightning-fast speed and quick thinking while Joe relies on his unrivaled power. Punk's determination to overcome his past defeats fuels him, igniting a fire within his soul. He throws caution to the wind, unleashing a relentless assault on Joe, leaving no opportunity for his opponent to recover. Punk surprises Joe with an array of unexpected maneuvers. His agility allows him to evade Joe's strikes, while his calculated precision lands devastating blows. The crowd's excitement builds with each near-fall, their cheers echoing throughout the arena.
Punk summons the spirit of their past battles. He employs tactics that have troubled Joe in the past, pushing the Samoan Submission Machine to the brink. Every move carries the weight of their shared history, as Punk looks to rewrite his story and emerge victorious. As the match reaches its climax, Punk executes a series of awe-inspiring moves that leave the crowd in a state of awe. The atmosphere crackles with electricity as Punk, determined to defy the odds, delivers a thunderous Go to Sleep to a staggered Joe. The impact reverberates through the arena but the referee is only able to slap the mat twice before Joe kicks out.
Joe rises and looks to deny Punk once again as he tosses Punk to the corner. Joe sprints at Punk but Punk is able to move out of the way! Punk lays into Joe with knees and kicks. He turns Joe around and walks to the apron. The collective realization washes across the crowds face as they see what he’s attempting, A PEPSI PLUNGE! Punk nails his finisher and finally is able to keep Samoa Joe down for a three count.
The crowd erupts in a frenzy of jubilation as Punk emerges triumphant, his long-awaited victory finally secured. The moment is an emotional culmination of his journey, a testament to his unwavering resolve and refusal to be defeated. The arena reverberates with the deafening cheers of fans who have witnessed history unfold before their very eyes. Punk stands tall, his body battered and bruised, but a victorious smile etched upon his face. The segment ends with Punk calling out MJF and telling him that he’s coming for that title.
Wednesday December 13th Dynamite
It is on this dynamite that we see the first ever singles matchup between Adam Cole and Claudio Castagnoli. Right from the opening bell, the action explodes with a flurry of technical mastery and high-flying maneuvers. Castagnoli utilizes his power to dominate the early moments of the match, delivering thunderous European uppercuts and a gutwrench suplex that shakes the ring. The crowd erupts in awe as Cole, manages to counter with a lightning-quick enzuigiri, staggering Castagnoli.
As the match intensifies, Cole unleashes a barrage of strikes, hoping to keep Castagnoli on the defensive. He connects with a devastating superkick that sends Castagnoli crashing to the mat, but to everyone's surprise, Castagnoli kicks out at the last possible moment, igniting a wave of disbelief and excitement among the audience. Undeterred, Cole seizes the moment, scaling the turnbuckle to deliver the Panama Sunrise. He nails the finish cleanly but CASTAGNOLI KICKS OUT WITH MILLISECONDS TO GO!! Castagnoli, fueled by the roar of the crowd, rises to his feet, delivering a series of blistering uppercuts that leave Cole reeling. The momentum shifts as Castagnoli launches himself off the ropes, executing a jaw-dropping Big Swing, twirling Cole around with incredible speed. The audience is in a frenzy as Castagnoli transitions seamlessly into the sharpshooter, applying immense pressure on Cole's legs.
With the crowd on the edge of their seats, Cole fights tooth and nail, refusing to submit. He summons every ounce of his fighting spirit, clawing his way to the ropes to force a break! Claudio realizes that he must go deep into his bag and he slams Cole to the ground with a brutal powerbomb. Castagnoli then scales the turnbuckle, ascending to the top rope. With precision and grace, he launches himself into the air, executing an awe-inspiring MOONSAULT that connects perfectly with Cole's prone body. The impact is earth-shattering, and the referee's hand slams the mat for the three-count.
Saturday December 16th Collision
Before the main event match between CM Punk and Bryan Danielson we get a hype package. Both men are in backstage interviews and they talk about their history with MJF and each other. The anticipation is palpable as the bell rings, signaling the start of this epic semifinal clash.
Punk wastes no time, immediately targeting Bryan's leg with a vicious assault. He locks Bryan in a devastating leg lock submission, applying immense pressure. The crowd erupts in awe as Bryan summons every ounce of strength to fight his way out of the hold, showcasing his incredible resilience.
With both competitors already showing signs of fatigue due to the unforgiving schedule, Bryan launches a flurry of lightning-fast kicks, trying to gain the upper hand. However, Punk's determination shines through as he mounts a relentless comeback. He stomps on the back of Bryan, unleashing a surge of aggression, while the announcers amplify the intensity of the moment. Punk unleashes a thunderous kneebreaker, exploiting Bryan's vulnerable state. Seizing the opportunity, he hurls Bryan over the top rope, crashing onto the unforgiving floor. Sensing victory within his grasp, Punk continues his assault, ramming Bryan into the security wall, leaving a lasting impression. As both competitors make their way back into the ring, Bryan refuses to stay down. He unleashes a missile dropkick and the near fall electrifies the arena, with the fans on the edge of their seats.
Recognizing Punk's vulnerable state, Bryan seizes the moment, applying an excruciating abdominal stretch. The commentators emphasize the effects of the grueling tournament on both men, as they continue to push their limits. The crowd rallies behind Punk, acknowledging his resilience despite his sore ribs and back from previous encounters Punk summons his inner strength, fighting back with a tenacious figure four leglock. Bryan, known for his ability to escape holds, struggles to break free and refuses to relent, inflicting punishment on Bryan's already battered body. Bryan reaches the ropes to the delight of the roaring crowd.
The battle reaches its crescendo as both men unleash a flurry of strikes and near falls. The dueling chants echo throughout the arena, showcasing the crowd's appreciation for the remarkable athleticism and heart on display. Each passing minute intensifies the struggle, with fatigue threatening to overcome them. In a pivotal moment, Bryan attempts a superplex, aiming to put an end to Punk's run. Punk is able to shove Bryan off the ropes but BRYAN PULLS PUNK DOWN WITH HIM!!
The energy in the arena reaches a fever pitch as Punk and Bryan engage in a slugfest, refusing to back down. Punk's determination shines through as he delivers a devastating running knee to the corner. Bryan's valiant efforts fall short, allowing Punk to counter his bulldog attempt. Summoning every ounce of energy, Punk unleashes a barrage of offense, showcasing his unmatched skills. In a heart-stopping moment, Punk delivers a GTS that connects squarely with Bryan. The crowd explodes as Punk goes for the cover, securing the victory.
Wednesday December 20th Dynamite
In the highly anticipated semifinal clash between Kenny Omega and Claudio Castagnoli, the stakes are sky-high. Both men step into the ring, their bodies weary from the demanding tournament. The atmosphere crackles with anticipation as the bell rings, signaling the start of this electrifying encounter.
Omega and Castagnoli waste no time engaging in a technical display of skill and power. Omega, known for his agility and speed, unleashes a barrage of lightning-fast strikes, forcing Castagnoli on the defensive. Castagnoli, a powerhouse in his own right, counters with raw strength, overpowering Omega and leaving the crowd in awe. As the match progresses, the weariness from the tournament becomes apparent. The intensity rises as both competitors dig deep, showcasing their unwavering determination to secure a spot in the finals. Omega, a master of mind games, strategically targets Castagnoli's weaknesses, seeking to exploit any opening.
The action reaches a fever pitch as Omega and Castagnoli exchange high-impact maneuvers and near falls. The crowd hangs on every moment, torn between their admiration for Omega's innovative offense and Castagnoli's awe-inspiring power. Each move brings them closer to the edge of their seats. Sensing the end drawing near, Omega unleashes a sudden burst of energy. He hits Castagnoli with a flurry of devastating strikes, leaving his opponent reeling. Omega pauses for a second and then seemingly makes up his mind. GTS!!! Omega nails Claudio with a GTS and picks up the limp Claudio then hits a One Winged Angel! The referee's hand slaps the mat for the three-count, solidifying Omega's victory. The arena pulsates with energy as Omega revels in his triumph, setting the stage for an epic clash between him and Punk in the finals.
Saturday December 23rd Collision
Kenny Omega makes his first ever Collision appearance in this episode. As the night ends we see an intense face-to-face confrontation between Omega and Punk. The arena crackles with anticipation as they lock eyes, their gazes piercing through the tension in the air. The crowd erupts into thunderous cheers, fully aware of the significance of this moment.
Omega, the self-proclaimed "Best Bout Machine," exudes confidence. Punk, the embodiment of rebellion and defiance, stands tall, fueled by the fire that has fueled his career. The atmosphere is electric as the cameras capture every second of this historic encounter. Microphone in hand, Omega unleashes a torrent of verbal jabs, taunting Punk about taking his ball and leaving and questioning his ability to defeat him. Punk, known for his sharp wit and unyielding determination, remains composed, absorbing Omega's words and plotting his own retort.
With the tension reaching its peak, Punk finally responds, his voice filled with conviction. He says that ever since he came to AEW all he’s wanted to do was beat Kenny Omega's ass. He acknowledges Omega's prowess but reminds him of their unfinished business. The crowd hangs on Punk's every word, knowing that the battle between these two warriors will be one for the ages.
The segment concludes with a heated staredown, the air thick with animosity. The anticipation for their clash at Winter is Coming reaches fever pitch as fans eagerly await the culmination of this bitter rivalry.
December 27th AEW Winter is Coming
The bell rings, and the match ignites into an explosive start. Punk and Omega waste no time in unleashing a flurry of high-impact maneuvers, showcasing their athleticism and technical prowess. The crowd is on the edge of their seats, witnessing a masterclass in professional wrestling. The pace of the match is relentless, with both competitors pushing their bodies to the limit. Punk and Omega engage in a series of near falls, each count sending shockwaves through the arena. The crowd is completely invested, their cheers and gasps echoing throughout the venue.
Omega, fueled by his determination to prove himself as the best, pulls out all the stops. He unleashes a breathtaking display of aerial maneuvers, leaving the crowd in awe. Springboard moonsaults, top-rope dives, and lightning-fast strikes become the norm as Omega showcases his full repertoire. The audience is swept up in a wave of excitement, unable to tear their eyes away from the captivating action unfolding before them. Punk, refusing to back down, counters Omega's onslaught with a ferocity of his own. He employs his technical expertise and hard-hitting strikes, creating moments of high drama and intense back-and-forth exchanges. The crowd is in a frenzy, their cheers echoing through the rafters, as they witness the clash of these two wrestling legends.
The match extends well beyond its expected duration, reaching an unprecedented length that exceeds all expectations. The endurance and determination of both Punk and Omega are put to the test as they dig deep into their reserves, summoning every ounce of strength and willpower. In a jaw-dropping moment, Omega executes a mind-boggling sequence of maneuvers, leaving the crowd in stunned silence. His innovative offense leaves Punk struggling to keep up, showcasing Omega's undeniable talent and skill. The crowd erupts in thunderous applause, recognizing the brilliance of Omega's performance.
As the match enters its climactic final moments, the tension in the arena becomes almost unbearable. The crowd is on the edge of their seats, holding their breath with every near fall and near miss. The atmosphere is charged with emotion, as fans are torn between their support for Punk and their admiration for Omega's resilience. In the end, Omega unleashes the One-Winged Angel, catching Punk off guard. The arena explodes with an eruption of cheers, as Omega secures the hard-fought victory.
You could go either way with who wins at endgame. I would probably lean towards it going to Omega but there could be a great story with the whole MJF contract business.
2023.06.03 01:06 PsychologicalCoat659 cringe yes, but this hand can beat any deck in master duel. no joke
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2023.06.02 23:26 RNGtan Space Cleric (Heavy Armor Scoundrel Consular)
I am currently still frustrated at making an Armored Caster work in K2 in a way that isn't just strictly outclassed by going naked. To blow off some steam, let's play a bit of K1 where Armored Casters are much more competitive.submitted by RNGtan to kotor [link] [comments]
This build is trying to fulfill a bunch of conditions in order of importance:
Why Heavy Armor?Having access to Heavy Armor allows you to equip the Cassus Fett's Battle Armor right after leaving the Jedi Enclave. Defense-wise, it is almost as strong as the Heavy Exoskeleton, but available much earlier. It certainly is the strongest on a Scoundrel, who is 4 Defense ahead of a Soldier, but most Scoundrels don't even consider Heavy Armor. Novelty value.
The other item it enables is the Sith Mask. It comes with Immunity: Mind-Affecting and FP regeneration, as well as Weapon Focus, which we don't pick up in this build.
Intermission: DantooineMid-game Setup
As said, one of the perks of this build is Cassus Fett's Battle Armor. At 37 Defense we cap Defense against pretty much anything but boss encounters, most notably Sherruk and the Albino Kath Hound. At 10 DEX it also provides 1 more Defense than the Heavy Exoskeleton at the cost of 2 STR (and 3 CON), so that is what we use for most of the playthrough.
If you take all the Persuade money options on Taris as a Scoundrel, you will end up with around 10k to 11k credits. If you intend to buy the armor as early as possible, I recommend to sell some items on the Taris Upper City shops. They pay you 40% for the item value, which is slightly less than 65% of the Yavin shop post-Dantooine, but more than the default 25% otherwise.
ATTRIBUTES STR - 16 (18) DEX - 10 CON - 8 INT - 8 WIS - 15 (17) CHA - 16 (17) LEVELS 1: Scoundrel(1): Dueling 2: Scoundrel(2): Armor Proficiency Medium 3: Scoundrel(3) 4: Scoundrel(4): STR+1, (STR=17) 5: Scoundrel(5): Improved Dueling 6: Scoundrel(6) 7: Scoundrel(7) 8: Scoundrel(8): WIS+1, Master Dueling, (WIS=16) 9: Jedi Consular(1): Armor Proficiency Medium 10: Jedi Consular(2) 11: Jedi Consular(3): Improved Critical Strike 12: Jedi Consular(4): CHA+1, (CHA=17) 13: Jedi Consular(5) 14: Jedi Consular(6): Master Critical Strike 15: Jedi Consular(7) 16: Jedi Consular(8): WIS+1, (WIS=17) 17: Jedi Consular(9): Implant Level 1 18: Jedi Consular(10): 19: Jedi Consular(11): 20: Jedi Consular(12): STR+1, Implant Level 1, (STR=18) SKILLS 1: Save(12) 2: Save(15) 3: Save(18) 4: Save(21) 5: Save(24) 6: Save(27) 7: Save(30) 8: Persuade(7), Save(26) // Allows you to clear all Taris checks 9: Save(27) 10: Demolitions(11), Awareness(7), Repair(12), Save(4) // Remove Average Mines 11: Save(5) 12: Save(6) 13: Save(7) 14: Demolitions(6), Awareness(2) // Remove Deadly Mines with Demolitions Sensor (Korriban) 15: Computer Use(1) 16: Computer Use(1) 17: Computer Use(1) 18: Computer Use(1) 19: Computer Use(1) 20: Computer Use(1) POWERS 9: Forcec Speed, Knight Speed 10: Fear 11: Horror 12: Insanity 13: Force Push, Force Whirlwind 14: Stun Droid 15: Master Speed 16: Stun 17: Force Wave, Stasis 18: Disable Droid 19: Destroy Droid 20: Slow
2023.06.02 23:05 ThisIsMeOO7 Will the travelling feature be disabled if I disable the "Tours&Tournament" DLC ?
2023.06.02 22:37 Medical_Time49 How I beat Tearlemant decks
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2023.06.02 21:35 The-Worker-Of-Secret Describe the current format in TCG badly
Angry capitalist fights v-tuber lightning beings for tier 1 in a card game.submitted by The-Worker-Of-Secret to YuGiOhMemes [link] [comments]
2023.06.02 21:20 schylerwalker Dueling Master
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2023.06.02 21:17 The-Worker-Of-Secret Describe the current format in Master Duel badly
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2023.06.02 21:00 ummm_yeahsure I finally made it to Masters for the first time with my homebrew Panth/Kayle/Ornn seer deck (guide I guess?)