Rules and F.A.Qs
I am very happy that you wanted to try us out! To begin, you simply click on this link:
And follow the on-screen instructions. Due to spam causing issues with message boards, you will have to pass through a CAPTCHA gate before actually being able to register your character.
Once you get to the registration screen, make sure that you create your unique character name (not a typical username) for your character account and a valid email address. Once you do this- a temporary generated password will be emailed out to you and you would then be able to change this later in your account page.
Finally make sure to navigate to the Recruitment forum on the message board and introduce yourself to the community. Due note that new recruits go through a probation period and if this site is not suitable towards your needs you may also elect to leave at anytime- but please inform us on our out-of-character board.
Matches lead up to winning titles- just like in real life.
1. Participate in Role Plays and Matches. The more role plays you post, the better your chances.
2. Participate in Events. When we hold events, request a match.
3. Win/Lose in matches. All matches are figured out by the players involved in them or by the officials. Winning matches does not increase your chance at title shots. Your effort involved in the match and role plays do!
4. Request a title drop from a champion. If a champion’s STF (suggested title frame) is up and you request to be the next champ by either communicating to the champ and/or to the officials AND your activity in the e-fed is at good standing… then arrangements will be made where you obtain the title through a match setup.
Everything done in the e-fed is through story developments and planned.
The very first thing you would need to do is establish your character. You do this through reputation…. simply put, the more you post and the more you get involved the higher your reputation. Obviously a player who hasn’t poured in as much time into the game will not be up for a title shot.
The second thing you do is challenge a player… you can do this directly via a post on the board and calling someone out and/or through role-plays. The combination of the two approaches are the best. *It’s a best practice to email the player that you want a feud with or use the OOC board.
Once a player accepts your challenge, then you create an “angle.” An angle is basically an outline of events that you and your game mate(s) develop and think ahead towards a final outcome… just like in real pro-wrestling…. oh you didn’t know that pro-wrestling was fake and scripted?!
Now for the match wins…. by default the officials decide but they rarely evoke that power because players involved in the angle decide who wins! This is one of the hallmarks for why CW is so much more different and dynamic. It involves teamwork.
For titles, it’s practically the same way. It’s expected that you follow the same pattern for getting involved in an angle with someone who has a title. You work together to plan everything out up until the drop occurs… but here is the official rules about titles which are different than winning matches:
1. Each title has a STF (suggested time frame) where upon the end of the event the champion has a period of time where they are safe and do not have to drop their belt. But after the end of the STF, the champion is NOT safe and they MUST drop to whoever is the #1 Contender. To become a #1 Contender really is determined through match wins, player’s involved in an angle and what the officials say. Officials can over ride player decisions but this rarely happens. IF there are no #1 Contenders then the champion does not have to drop UNTIL there IS a #1 Contender. This is referred to as an STF Extension.
2. Champions must drop their belt immediately if they do not participate in the game for more than 2 consecutive months. The officials can also strip a champion for any reason they deem appropriate such as: behavior issues/banning or monopolizing a title.
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