Thus, the FAQ that I created - I'll be adding this to that.
Well, guys you need to separate rules from the discussion part to keep the no. of pages to minimum. Just a friendly suggestion.
PUMMEL Stats: Middleweight | Rank 14 | W 16 | L 28 | KOs 10.
please refresh me on the average number of matches one would be involved with (minimum; that is just official matches, not street fights and the like)
I think I've finally broken my self of my perfectionism; and thus am properly geared to commit to pummel; but I wish to know the parameters of what I'm committing to.
nm... I just read the bit about "once a month"
Last edited by Whune; 12-01-2011 at 05:14 PM. Reason: acknowledgement of stoopidity of question
Yeah, it's even less that that. You've got the choice of being in the rankings...and to maintain that you must at least do your one ranked monthly match.
Some artists just come in as rogue fighters. Maybe they were ranked at one time, but just want to pop in for the occasional fight.
I have been meaning to ask a question. Since i'm up against someone that likes to draw sequentials this month, whats the take on Mapping out a sequential vs. grabbing some pre-made empty panels?
My style? You could call it the art of drawing.......without drawing.
W-8 L-14 KO-4 Championships-1 Rank-
Some people were asking how the rankings worked out from month to month.. here's an example:
1. Lee +1(1)
2. Liefeld -2(4)
3. McFarlane +1(Drop OUT)
4. Sylvestri -2(6)
5. Yu +1(4)
6. Brooks -2(8)
7. Adams +1(6)
8. Land -4 (12)
Win is +1
Tie is +1
Loss is -2
No Show is -4
A tie is decided by pummel win/loss record.
I have a question about my first monthly match. I was up against Solanki and PR Man. I clearly lost to Solanki, but do I count PR Man's no show as a win? Thanks in advance for the clarification.
1 W/ 2 L/ 0 KO