Promo Rules

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Promo Rules

Post by Tony Atlas on Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:31 pm

WRITING PROMOS



Formatting

- Please try to format your promos like this;



As you can see, it looks rather like a vibrantly coloured script.

- General description should be on it's own, in block text, and uncoloured.

- Dialogue should be preceeded by the name of whoever is saying the dialogue above it. Dialogue, and the name of the person speaking, should both be coloured. The colour in question is up to you, but try to keep it consistent.


General Promo Rules

- Do NOT take heavy control of your opponent in your promo. It's fine to describe in a sentence or two how they generally react (so long as it is neautral), but unless you've discussed it prior with the handler of the character you're RPing against, do not describe what they do in detail, do not have them act out of character, and do not by any means attack or damage them. I'm sure you wouldn't like it if you'd built up this tough guy character, and your opponent describes knocking him out in a single punch in their promo, entirely against your own wishes. So don't do it.

- They can be as long or as short as you want.

- Feel free to be as creative as you'd like. I'm aware that, in-universe, there are camera men following you around, but I don't care. This is all about having fun ultimately.

- You must RP for PPVs.


Judging Promos

It is not mandatory to RP for every show. The results of matches will be decided between a combination of effort and skill garnered within the space of 4 shows.

- Effort is how many times you promo within the space of 4 shows. If you have RPed 4 times, once for every show, then obviously you will be rewarded for your effort.

- Skill is how good your promos are. The better they are, the better you'll do.

Effort and Skill is added up in respect to how good you are at either. Here are some examples;

- If you promo for every show, and your promos are amazing, then you will be one of the top guys in the federation.

- If you only promo 3 times within 4 shows, but your promos are also great, you'll likely be top card as well, however may struggle to gain as much success as the first example.

- If you promo for every show, but your promos are not so good, you will still do quite well. You will likely be top-mid card, being rewarded for your effort alone.

- If you do 2 promos within 4 shows, and they're great promos, you will probably be around upper mid-card as well. If they're not so great, you may be mid to lower card.

- If you do 1 promo every 4 shows, depending on how good the promo is, you will be either low-mid card, or entirely low card. With 1 promo, no matter how good, there isn't much room for success.

If in 4 shows, you have not done a single promo, you will be released. This is unless of course you have informed me prior with good reason for not being able to do so. If you need a small break from the federation, it can be arranged.
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