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Thread: about the adjectival of the moves in the match
Post by: Acerus(92569)
2005-05-26 11:17:23
a question my friends:

in the match we can read phrase like this "xxx makes a STUPENDOUS Head Lock for 1 damage" or "xxx makes a PATHETIC Head Lock for 3 damage" most of the time those adjectival are not correlated to the damege done.

Now what i ask you is....those terms are only to make "color" in the match or are they inportant?...(maybe a good adjectival advantages the action of a pin/sub moves)

anyone knows this?


Big Ham Acerus
Post by: m_carta(37500)
2005-05-26 17:37:58
They just add color to the match commentary. You see people losing to a "pathetic" sub or pin move (complete with laughing!) all the time.
Post by: gatcholio(28366)
2005-05-26 17:44:20
I've never seen 'stupendous' 1 damage move
Post by: Kray(52284)
2005-05-26 19:13:47
I get them all the time, I do have most of the pathetic moves and they never do any more than one damage for me the Irish Whip does it all the time as well.

Kray makes a stupendous Back Slide for 1 damage.
Kray puts ocelot into a pin!

Kray makes a stupendous Irish Whip into the corner for 1 damage.

KnightMoves makes a stupendous Sunset Flip for 1 damage.
KnightMoves puts Kray into a pin!

It's probably that you don't pay any attention to the one damage moves let alone look at the descriptions of them.
Post by: Doug the Designer(55)
2005-05-27 04:37:12
The adjective is related to the damage done in the range of damage available for the move. One damage moves have no range, so they probably choose a random adjective, or the first available.

As always, adjectives describe the damage only, not sub or pin chance.
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