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Old 07-12-2012, 02:54 AM
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Join Date: Jun 2011
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Default URPG Exhibition Battles

It's something every kid dreams of. Playing under the lights with thousands (or tens) of screaming fans cheering you on. Now you have the oppurtunity to make this dream come true from the comfort of your own computer chair. All those sweeps that got stored away on the ref's PE2K log, or those epic comebacks that were downplayed in the ref's log, forget about them. Now is your chance to showcase your skills for everyone to see. Ladies and gentlemen, its time for URPG Exhibition Battling.

So yeah, Exhibition Battles are back. It'd be awesome if we managed get one battle a week. After each battle, I'll write up a detailed review of what happened so that the people who missed the battle can experience it.

Here's the deal, everyone who signed up in the previous thread will be carried over to this one. If you want your name off the list, VM/PM/IM me. Also, I will actively pursue people who's names aren't on this list if it would make a great battle.

Haze
Eraizaa-kun
We Taste Pies...
ChainReaction01
WinterVines
CommBA
Mubz
Ebail
Fierce Deity
Xali
Nitro
AmericanTreeFrog
Turtwig A
Ash K.
TheEvilDookie
The Jr. Trainer
Bumblee
Ataro
GliscorMan
Roulette

You guys have all signed up previously, and I hope that you maintain your interest.

Fossil Fusion
Pidge
SiberianTiger

Chris, Pidge, ST, you guys are some of the best battlers out there and I hope you guys are interested in participating.

On to the fun stuff! Picking the battles and their rules. If we really want, we could do some crazy stuff like doubles/triples/tags/funky rules/gym vs gym, but I think the best way to kick off URPG Exhibition Battles is a classic 6v6 between some of the greatest.

Bee vs WTP
Haze vs Xali (Champion Rematch)
Xali vs Pidge (Champion Rematch)
Anything involving these guys or TeD, Jr, Ataro, Chris, and ST.

But enough rambling, what battles do you guys want to see happen?

Also note, I will be rolling for the first battle tonight between the following battlers:
Haze
TeD
WTP
Bee
Jr
Ataro

We are hoping it will take place on Saturday at 3 PM EST.
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Old 07-23-2012, 12:38 AM
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Default Re: URPG Exhibition Battles

Exhibition Battle #1
Haze vs The Jr. Trainer

It had been a long, interesting, and, most importantly, active day in the URPG. The day started off with a 17-man FFA. During the FFA, an 12-man mini tournament was started where non-participants were able to fill out a bracket for a chance to win $5,000. Everyone's hopes of winning some cash went in the gutter when SLC upset tournament favorite Fossil Fusion in the first round. Despite beind deemed impossible, the mini-tournament finished up in one day. When the mini tournament was done, there was another 14-man FFA. All this activity, and we didn't even make it to the main event yet. It was interesting hearing the new members ask "who's battling tonight, anyway?" and "never heard of these people." Little did these members know that they would be watching two URPG Legends duke it out in a full 6-on-6 battle.

Haze, the former champion, facing off against The Jr. Trainer, a retired Elite 4 member. Members joked about how there wouldn't be any Gen V moves or pokemon used in this battle, and they were partially right. Both battlers started out with Infernape. It wasn't looking too good for Haze out of the gate when he ended up Encored into Fake Out. Already behind, he had an uphill battle ahead of him after the first 2 turns. Haze was set behind once again when a surprise Choice Specs on Alakazam led to his Starmie getting knocked out. The other early pivotal moment was when Swampert set up Stealth Rocks. A lost strategy in Gen V, it would turn out to pay huge dividends for Jr, as Haze was packing both a Salamence and a Dragonite, who are weak to Stealth Rocks. Over the next hour Haze was able to slowly claw his way back up, until at one point it was thought that he had the battle in the bag. However, in one huge turn, Haze's Dragonite used Roost, but Jr's Spiritomb Snatched it. This drew reactions from several members, such as "CLUTCH" and "OOOHHH SH-". The battle remained even until the final two Pokemon came out. Haze's Dragonite against Jr's Alakazam. Dragonite was Toxiced badly, but also had a nice Atk+2 Spd+1 boost. Left with no choice, Dragonite used Rest, while Alakazam sat there with only 20% HP left. The game would come down to Sleep Talk rolls. Roll 1: Icy Wind. Hit, but not enough to KO. Psychic would bring Dragonite into KO range. It came down to the final roll. If it was Rest or Roost, the battle would continue. If it was an attack, Haze wins. Anything else, Junior wins. The second roll was a Roost, essentially locking the battle up for Haze since he would be waking up on the next turn and able to KO. Haze wins. Great game, came down to the wire. Exhibition Battle = successful. Thank you to everyone who participated, especially Haze and Jr, as well as Web for reffing the main battle as well as a few in the mini tournament.

Exhibition Battle #2
TheEvilDookie vs SLC, Buoyysel, and Gmandiddy

TeD: Gengar, Jolteon, Weavile, Blaziken, Starmie, Salamence
SLC: Blaziken, Metagross Buoy: Mamoswine, Miltank Gman: Espeon, Gyarados

It was set to be an interesting match right from the start. Gman, SLC, and Buoy were in a chatroom for discussing their strategy, and let's just say; it was interesting. The three teamed up to taken on Elite 4 Member and Viridian City Gym Leader TheEvilDookie, better know as TeD. TeD has a reputation for being one of the best battlers in the URPG today, so he was the clear favorite to win among spectators. However, the team of SLC, Buoy, and Gman (let's refer to them as Team Homo for now on), proved to have more of an advantage than expected. For starters, they were each able to use their two most well-EM'd Pokemon. Second, TeD wouldn't know what Pokemon he was facing, since two or more of them owned some of the Pokemon that were being used. This proved to be helpful for Team Homo, as when their lead Blaziken Red Carded out TeD's Weavile, it was clear they had the advantage. With a Swords Dance, a few Speed Boosts, and ~30% HP, Blaziken was looking scary. Especially since it's opponent was a Weavile, a severe mismatch for the Dark/Ice-type. It was clear that a Fake Out followed by a Quick Attack would KO Blaziken. Expecting this, Team Homo decided to use Protect, blocking the Fake Out and leaving the Quick Attack unable to KO. However, TeD, being the elite battler he is, said "F IT, YOLO!" and went for the Swords Dance. With Atk+2 and control of the battle, TeD had managed to climb out of the early whole that Blaziken had put him in. The mood had changed greatly in the Team Homo chatroom, going from confident to humbled. The battle continued on even, until TeD sent his Salamence in against what he thought was Buoy's Espeon. Prepared to set up and sweep, TeD was caught off guard when the Espeon turned out to be Gman's HP Ice Espeon, scoring a surprise KO and once again giving Team Homo the lead. But then, Starmie came in. Starmie took out the weakened Espeon, and Team Homo brought in Miltank. Three Thunder Waves, 2 Refresh, a couple fully pars and a lot of Surfs later, Miltank was KO'd, and Gyarados was brought in for Team Homo. Gyarados was expected by everyone to Dragon Dance on the Thunderbolt, then KO with Bite or Crunch, get the Moxie boost and so some sweeping. However, Team Homo decided to opt for Thunder instead. The Thunder missed, and allowed Starmie to KO on the next turn. The last hope for Team Homo was the same Blaziken that helped them so much in the beginning. Hoping TeD would expect a Protect and opt for a Substitute, Team Homo took a chance very similar to the one TeD took earlier, and went for a Swords Dance. However, it didn't work as well for them. Starmie used Surf, KO'ing Blaziken, and leaving Mamoswine to suffer the same fate. Interesting battle, good game. Also, highlight of the battle:

SLC 6:57 pm
this was my favourite part of the battle
buoyysel 10:27 pm
we could do a double switch


buoyysel 10:27 pm
pass to gyarados, thunderbolt bait
then switch to mamoswine for a free switch
then again idk what that will accomplish
LOL

Teddy Bear 6:57 pm
LOL

Captain Dude 6:57 pm
that was vs gengar
at the beginning

Teddy Bear 6:57 pm
so you guys have mamoswine

Captain Dude 6:58 pm
lol stupid SLC

Teddy Bear 6:58 pm
LOL

gmandiddy 6:58 pm
wut the helll
slc
your fired

Teddy Bear 6:58 pm
laughing irl

SLC 6:58 pm
**** AAAA

gmandiddy 6:58 pm
-_-

SLC 6:58 pm
i'm useless ":


TeD wins, gets ???
SLC loses, gets ???
Buoy loses, gets ???
Gman loses, gets ???
I reffed, get 3,000
@We Taste Pies...; needs to determine the payouts.
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