Date   : 07/12/2004    Duedate: 07/24/2004


DM-26    TURN-483

This Weeks Top Honors


(26-4240) [17-18-0,127]

Chartered Recognition Leader   Unchartered Recognition Leader

NICKEL                         POSITION IS EMPTY
ERRATUM (440)                  
(26-4240) [17-18-0,127]        

Popularity Leader              This Weeks Favorite

NICKEL                         RAZOR BACK
ERRATUM (440)                  WARCKERS (362)
(26-4240) [17-18-0,127]        (26-4317) [21-10-0,100]



Team Name                  Point Gain  Chartered Team
1. HEADBANGERS (87)            25
2. HERE TO PHOENIX (415)        7      STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)
3. ERRATUM (440)                6      Unchartered Team
4. RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)         0
5. IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)      0      WAR DOGS (340)

The Top Teams

Career Win-Loss Record           W   L  K    %  Win-Loss Record Last 3 Turns    W  L K
 1- 2*RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)       3   1  0 75.0   1/ 1 WARCKERS (362)            9  4 0
 2/ 1 STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)      8   3  0 72.7   2/ 2 GOLDEN CANYON (290)       8  7 0
 3/ 3 WARCKERS (362)           549 387 29 58.7   3/ 3 HEADBANGERS (87)          6  9 0
 4/ 5 HEADBANGERS (87)         397 291 24 57.7   4/ 5 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)     4  4 0
 5/ 4 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)     80  60  3 57.1   5/ 4 ERRATUM (440)             3  4 0
 6- 6 HOME LIFE (453)          138 109  9 55.9   6- 6 IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)   2  2 0
 7- 7 SHERWOOD FOREST (438)    162 131 21 55.3   7-10*RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)      1  0 0
 8/ 9 ERRATUM (440)             32  37  2 46.4   8- 7 HOME LIFE (453)           1  1 0
 9/10 GOLDEN CANYON (290)      375 554 14 40.4   9/ 9 STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)     1  1 0
10-11 IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)   16  24  1 40.0  10- 8 SHERWOOD FOREST (438)     1  3 0

    '*'   Unchartered team                       '-'  Team did not fight this turn
   (###)  Avoid teams by their Team Id          ##/## This turn's/Last turn's rank

                                    TEAM SPOTLIGHT

            + ]H[ + ---:--- + ]H[ Out of the Past #8 ]H[ + ---:--- + ]H[ +
                                   Andorian Edition

Aruak City:

     The mirror was resisting, a thing that had never happened before.  Adeolar
wrestled with the spell, her entire attention concentrated on it.  The mirror spell
was PASSIVE, it shouldn't be doing this!  She took a deep breath and let it out
slowly, then stepped back mentally from her work.  Magical devices were no different
than mechanical ones in some ways, they could get "stuck" on a certain phase of
operation.  The mirror spell had simply gotten "stuck" on looking at Krael.  All she
needed to do was deactivate it, then start over with a different target.
     It was a simple matter.
     It should have been a simple matter.
     She couldn't shut the spell down.  She took another deep breath and ran through
the shut-down sequence again.  There were currents of unformed magic swirling around
her now, and most of them were from sources she would not touch.  Blood magic, from
the arena.  It seemed to be working against her, reinforcing the mirror's resistance,
if such a thing was possible.  Dammit, the mirror wasn't alive, it didn't have a
will, couldn't consciously resist...but that's what it felt like.  Or that someone
she'd been looking at had sensed the spell, seized it from the other end, and was
trying to use it to look at HER.  She was distantly aware of power--not a lot, but
some, enough to help--coming from outside her and reinforcing her efforts.  More
distantly, she realized that it was Segallion and Nila.  That power she could use.
She wove their offering into her own efforts and made a third attempt to shut down
the mirror spell.
     The resistance continued, maybe increased.  It was hard to be sure, because her
head was beginning to ache with the effort.  Not good!  If she made a slip through
weariness, the spell could escape her completely.
     Another strand of power, faint as starlight but just as pure, joined with hers.
Absolutely precise.  Familiar.  Shania!  The united effort bore down on the critical
points of the mirror spell.  Not the points SHE had chosen.
     *I can't hold this link for long* Shania thought to her.  *But without it, I
couldn't have reached you at all.  The high magics are fading with the Eyes, Adie.
Soon they'll be gone--*
     "Leaving nothing but blood magic and petty witchcraft," Adie agreed grimly.  "I
     *It's worse than you're thinking.*  Shania's thought was urgent.  *When there is
no high magic, there will be no protecting circles, demons will be unbound, all the
things that Sheila Greywand holds at bay will be loosed on Alastari!  Gates will open
as though they'd never been sealed.  ANYTHING could get loose!  There are residual
traces of Old Chaos in Alastari, and if they aren't bound--*
     "Disaster!"  It didn't occur to Adie to doubt Shania's assessment.  In matters
such as that, the elf seeress was unmatched.  "But without high magic, how can we
hold the bindings?  You don't suggest WE use blood magic?"
     *No.  Everything done with blood magic is tainted by it.  Even for a good end...
the result will be twisted.  Always.*
     Adie was aware of Shania's shudder of revulsion.  "There aren't a lot of other
     *I have a plan--it would take too long to explain now.*  Shania's mental voice
was fading.  *I'll be there soon.*  The link between them shivered.  *Break the
mirror!*  She was gone from Adie's mind.
     It was an effort for Adie to focus outward and look at the mirror.  The
reflective surface was a sheet of blood!  She couldn't disentangle her mind
completely from the spell and realized that the mirror had gone beyond resistance and
it--or something using it--was actively attempting to trap her.  Easier said than
done!  Most of her mental barriers had been lowered to work the spell, but she
slammed them back into place.  Which was more difficult than it should have been, but
she DID manage it.
     Her warrior Segallion staggered toward her, sword drawn.  Adie saw that Nila had
collapsed behind him.  Had they been seized by the spell, when it lost its grip on

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                          ---===ANDORIAN REGIONAL NEWS===---

 DM   8 ARKERS (turn 245): MISS STEP of LADIES IN WAITING (Crip, mgr.)
 DM  11 ARUAK CITY (turn 492): BARK of BULLDOGS (Kennelworth, mgr.)
 DM  14 TOBIR (turn 492): ZERO THE HERO of THE DEATH SQUAD (Street Legal, mgr.)
 DM  22 SOLVEN (turn 485): FLAT TAX of THE REPUBLICANS (The Judge, mgr.)
 DM  24 ZORPUNT (turn 481): CROCONAW of WATER DECK (Destitute Noble, mgr.)
 DM  25 LYRATILAN (turn 481): MONKEY WRENCH of PRIMATES-R-US (Crip, mgr.)
 DM  26 CALEAM (turn 482): FLIMSY of WARCKERS (Papaiz, mgr.)
 DM  30 IAYE (turn 477): DARK CHOCOLATE of RED DOG GANG (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  40 ZENSU (turn 443): SQUISH THE GERBIL of CRUEL PET NAMES (Crip, mgr.)
 DM  41 KATI-TEI (turn 436): SADISTA FAIRBORNE of MEMPHIS MAFIA (Bookie, mgr.)
 DM  46 ARDIVENT (turn 429): BERKE of DEATHTONGUE (Technogeek, mgr.)
 DM  52 FRATSFA (turn 193): MUTILATE of ASSASSIN NATION (Ghab, mgr.)
 DM  60 LOOPHOLES (turn 341): LACHES of LEGALESE (The Judge, mgr.)
 DM  63 AMEN-TEI (turn 330): SEXTANT of SAILS OF CHARON (The Sentinel, mgr.)
 DM  71 KYR'TERR (turn 147): CHEROKEE of CHIEFS' ELITE (Matrix, mgr.)

                                      Top Teams
 DM   8 ARKERS (turn 245): TEN TON TOGAS (Keldon Blackfang, mgr.)
 DM  11 ARUAK CITY (turn 492): BULLDOGS (Kennelworth, mgr.)
 DM  14 TOBIR (turn 492): THE DEATH SQUAD (Street Legal, mgr.)
 DM  22 SOLVEN (turn 485): KELLUMBO'S KIDS (Detective Kellumbo, mgr.)
 DM  24 ZORPUNT (turn 481): WATER DECK (Destitute Noble, mgr.)
 DM  25 LYRATILAN (turn 481): CHAUCERS WORDS (Berylstar, mgr.)
 DM  26 CALEAM (turn 482): WARCKERS (Papaiz, mgr.)
 DM  30 IAYE (turn 477): RED DOG GANG (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  40 ZENSU (turn 443): TACO GODS (The Oracle, mgr.)
 DM  41 KATI-TEI (turn 436): MEMPHIS MAFIA (Bookie, mgr.)
 DM  46 ARDIVENT (turn 429): DEATHTONGUE (Technogeek, mgr.)
 DM  52 FRATSFA (turn 193): ASSASSIN NATION (Ghab, mgr.)
 DM  60 LOOPHOLES (turn 341): BUMS 'R' US (Berylstar, mgr.)
 DM  63 AMEN-TEI (turn 330): SAFE HAVEN (Keldon Blackfang, mgr.)
 DM  71 KYR'TERR (turn 147): CHIEFS' ELITE (Matrix, mgr.)
ADM 105 ANDORAK (turn 377): RISEN FROM THE DEAD, etc. (LHI, mgr.)

                                   Recent Graduates
 DM   8 ARKERS (turn 245): MISS STEP of LADIES IN WAITING (Crip, mgr.)
                           GREY FOX of A.K.A. (?, mgr.)
 DM  11 ARUAK CITY (turn 492): BARK of BULLDOGS (Kennelworth, mgr.)
                   (turn 491): BEEF BULLION of BULLDOGS (Kennelworth, mgr.)
                               SKYWISE of ELFQUEST (Armalias, mgr.)
 DM  22 SOLVEN (turn 484): KANGAROO KATE of THE ZOO (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  60 LOOPHOLES (turn 340): BLACK EYE of JOKA MASHER! (Sultan, mgr.)
 DM  71 KYR'TERR (turn 146): TOMB of SHADOW GOLD (Shadowgate, mgr.)

                                      SPY REPORT

     Greetings warriors!  It is I, Zontani Sharp Eyes, here to bring report of the 
clash and bustle of the weekly CALEAM games.  Warriors--remember that glory waits 
always around the corner!  Witness how this week RAJHAN'S PRIDE went 0-0-0 to move up 
3 in the rankings.  GO-FER caught the eye of many in the gladiatorial commission as 
he skillfully bested R TO L and was awarded 15 points in recognition.  In one of the 
week's more notable duels, ORLANDO put down MISS PRISS, causing her to lose 12 points 
of recognition in the process.  This time victory fell to the grasp of the usurper.  
All hail NICKEL, Duelmaster of CALEAM!  Would you believe that over half of the old 
women in CALEAM seem to feel that they could fight better than you gladiators?   
     But come now, let us look deeper into the maze of contention and crossed blades 
that is city CALEAM.  CALEAM, city of gladiators!  Mighty among the names of thy 
guilds is ERRATUM, a guild shunned and avoided by many in the weekly duels.  If you 
didn't look down dark alleys you'd have been hard pressed to find any of HEADBANGERS 
last week.  Busy avoiding ERRATUM?  Loose talk at the arena has reached my ears and 
it but confirms the knowledge that many fighters are after KORIBUS.  Watch your back! 
For some warriors honor is not important--only empty victory.  See, gladiators, how 
AMEE of HEADBANGERS challenged down 17 points to BALTIMORE.  Few would not have 
guessed the outcome of the bout as BALTIMORE was subdued by AMEE.  Is this what 
passes for courage in CALEAM?  A match that raised a few eyebrows at the games this 
week, it seems that SPLINTER posted a TV challenge against the more highly recognized 
KORIBUS.  The results, you ask?  Well, the firebrand SPLINTER bested KORIBUS.  
Remember warriors, this is the discipline of steel.   
     Vendettas.  Bloodied blades and broken spears.  Indeed the city has seen more 
than its fair share of red in recent times.  Some say a warrior is judged by the way 
he bears arms.  One thing is sure, better a dagger in hand then a sword on the belt!  
     A thought before I go.  Each warrior practices one style, but must not the wise 
manager learn the secrets of them all?  Sadly warriors, now longer can I keep thy 
company nor savor the ale of thy fine city.  Depart I must and soon!  Till we meet 
again, remember:  a turtle walks slow, hides head in a shell, and harms no one; a 
lion runs to slay its prey.-- Zontani Sharp Eyes  

DUELMASTER                     W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 NICKEL 4240                  17  18  0   127       ERRATUM (440)

CHALLENGER CHAMPIONS           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-TAOS 4042                    12   7  1   122       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 RAZOR BACK 4317              21  10  0   100       WARCKERS (362)
 SPLINTER 4439                 9   1  0    99       HEADBANGERS (87)
 AMEE 4301                    18  12  3    91       HEADBANGERS (87)

CHAMPIONS                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 FLIMSY 4406                  11   4  1    90       WARCKERS (362)
 ALBUQUERQUE 4082             15  12  0    89       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 KORIBUS 4227                 12  37  0    80       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
-SAILOR VENUS 4326            15   4  0    78       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)
 ONYX 4409                    11   3  0    72       WARCKERS (362)
 BALTIMORE 4043               11  13  0    68       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)

CHALLENGER ADEPTS              W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 ORLANDO 4131                  5   5  0    66       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
-DE DE MAO 4397                7   3  2    57       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)

ADEPTS                         W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-SON OF A GUN 4382             5   2  0    56       IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)
 TUK ADOW 4395                 9   6  0    51       WARCKERS (362)
-JUICEA 4457                   3   1  2    49       HOME LIFE (453)
 MISS PRISS 4371              11  11  0    45       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
 POPPA LODE 4392               5  12  0    36       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
-JAW BREAKER 4454              5   1  0    35       HOME LIFE (453)
-TWISTED SISTER 4390           4   2  0    34       IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)

CHALLENGER INITIATES           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-MOTHER SUPERIOR 4380          5   7  0    33       IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)
 COLORADO SPRINGS 4265         4   4  1    31       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 BOUNCER 4445                  5   6  1    30       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
-MORAAT 4401                   3   0  0    30       RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)
 GO-FER 4444                   3   8  0    29       GOLDEN CANYON (290)

CHALLENGER INITIATES           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-JUMBO SHRIMP 4440             2   3  0    27       HOME LIFE (453)

INITIATES                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-YUCKY TUCKY 4460              3   1  0    21       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)
 DOOMSDAY 4475                 3   1  0    21       HEADBANGERS (87)
 R TO L 4268                   4   2  0    20       ERRATUM (440)
-BEAUTY QUEEN 4456             3   1  0    20       HOME LIFE (453)
-WICK 4267                     3   3  0    20       ERRATUM (440)
 QUEEN PAPAYA 4476             2   2  0    15       HEADBANGERS (87)
 AXIUM 4264                    1   1  0    10       STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)
 HAMMERFALL 4474               1   3  0     7       HEADBANGERS (87)

'-' denotes a warrior who did not fight this turn.

THE DEAD               W  L K TEAM NAME             SLAIN BY             TURN Revenge?
MOUNTAIN TROLL 4385    8  4 1 HEADBANGERS 87        FLIMSY 4406           479 REVENGED

                                     PERSONAL ADS

Papaiz -- I must admit, Flimsy is darn impressive.  Hope he does well for whatever
tourney you are getting him ready for. -- SOV

Koribus -- Yup, I think you and I will be doing a lot of fighting with the way you
teach.... -- Splinter

Poppa Lode -- Yup, Lode of skills still I see. -- Queen Papaya

Bouncer -- Ouch!  You sure hit hard! -- Doomsday

Axium -- Thanks a lot!  Did you see I was least popular??!!  I'll get you, someday.
-- Hammerfall

Splinter -- In your HEAD?  Then maybe you need to sand the wall you beat it against.
-- Koribus

Twisted Sister -- (innocent look)  I thought the hot sand would help straighten out
the kinks. -- Miss Priss

Mother Superior -- Do you make fudge? -- Go-Fer

Queen Papaya -- I blinked and missed that one. -- Poppa Lode

Doomsday -- We don't put up with that kind of stuff here in the Golden Canyon Saloon,
see? -- Bouncer

Wow, personals by somebody else!  This is the first arena I've struck in more days
than I want to count that had personals by somebody else.  Way to go!

Hammerfall -- (simpering a little)  Yeah, that's me! -- Poppa Lode

Doomsday -- Do I have to? -- Go-Fer

16 June 2004
                             Death Fest Begins July 29/DM 59 T-172

     "You drive a hard bargain Hammer," responded Lord Lian Ki Na-Sul, "but the
Gladiatorial Commission has agreed to re-open DM 58 Delarq Tor as a Slow Arena
exclusively for a period of six months to those Death Fest contestants who fight
their stables at least 67 times out of a possible 75 during the 15 rounds of Death
Fest; on the condition that at least 20 stables qualify for the Illis Iron Stable
Award at the conclusion of the Death Fest and those qualifying managers send a New
Stable to DM 58 Delarq Tor without Cannibalizing their participation in the other
arenas where they have active stables!"
     Hammer felt a certain sense of satisfaction as he studied the ghoulish grin
spreading across the face of Lord Lian Ki Na-Sul; proud Arena Master of the once
dying Illis Arena, as the DM 59 Arena Authority signed the Gladiatorial Commission
papers authenticating the arrangement agreed upon by the two parties presiding.
     "You and the Gladiatorial Commission also drive a hard bargain," Hammer replied
as he reflected upon the prospects of Delarq Tor DM 58 being re-opened as a Slow
Arena with at least 20 New Stables by the Managers who fight their stables at least
67 times out of a possible 75 during the 15 rounds of Death Fest. "I also notice the
clause that for Delarq Tor to be open Exclusively for 6 months to the New Stables
managed by the Illis Iron Stable Award Winners that there must be at least 15 stables
Active each cycle. That is a fair bargain for the opportunity to battle for the
Duelmaster Throne each of those six months before Other New Stables are allowed to
enter Delarq Tor."
     This was a Golden Opportunity for both Veteran and Newbie Managers to pave a new
frontier of Delarq history by qualifying their Death Fest stables in DM 59 with 67
fights out of a possible 75; then for the price of running a stable in a Regular
Arena, continuing to be Active in DM 59 and sending a New Team Roll Up to be a part
of "History in the Making" when Delarq Tor would re-open for its First Turn as a Slow
Arena on November 3rd, 2005.
     Death Fest would conclude on T-186 August 25th, 2005 allowing the Illis Iron
Stable Award Winners enough time to be registered with the Gladiatorial Commission;
whereupon they would be able to submit a New Team Roll Up to the GC to start a New
Stable in Delarq Tor; be able to fight those New Gladiators in the Rookies 2005 Fall
Mailer Tourney; then begin competing for the DM 58 Duelmasters Throne in Delarq Tor
right out of the gate with the November 3rd 2005 T-1 Debut Opening Round.
     Hammer of the First Part had also negotiated with Lord Na-Zul of the Second Part
an agreement that All 10 Dark Arena Monsters and 17 NPCs Characters be re-named by
the Top Ten Death Fest Finishers. [See DM 59 T-171 Newsletter Team Spotlight by
Hammer for the complete listing of Dark Arena Monsters/NPCs and the Official Death
Fest Designation for which Top Ten Finishers re-name which characters!]
     Lord Na-Sul could not hide his delight at the prospects of Death being re-
delivered to his once dying arena during the Delarq Death Fest; the DM 59 Arena
Master agreed that these Death Fest Prizes were but a Small Exchange in Comparison to
the Profits to be made by the local Illis business merchants and surrounding
community from the Anticipated Influx into Illis by the Veteran and Newbie
Managers/Gladiators/Stables seeking to make History in the Delarq Death Fest.
     Nor could Hammer conceal his jubilation regarding the Call Across Alistari being
Answered to Cross Blades and Match Wits with the Devious, the Diabolical, the
Dangerous and the Down Challenging who were being drawn to the Delarq Death Fest to
Fulfill their Delarq Dueling Destiny!
     REMEMBER: Death Fest begins July 29th T-172 with 25 points being awarded to
those who write a minimum 15 paragraph Team Spotlight [including Stable Name &
Managerial Alias in the Storyline!] for the DM 59 T-172 Newsletter [So Make Sure HAL
Does Not Eat any Lengthy Sentences that are Emailed without Proper Formatting; and
the RSI Typist has Plenty of Time to Type Any Hand Written Spotlights; Lest Ye
Discover 0 Points Awarded for a Missing or Incomplete T-172 Team Spotlight!]
     "May Your Blades Be Sharp and Your Wits Sharper!"  -- Hammer/Death Fest
Host/Vendetta Cartel Captain; WordSmith and High Priest of the Crimson Ascension
Family in DM 28

12 July 2004
All Readers -- Due to the pressures resulting from preparing for and dealing with the
Face to Face, no spotlights will be written until it's over. -- the Scribe

                                  LAST WEEK'S FIGHTS

SPLINTER devastated KORIBUS in a 1 minute mismatched Challenge fight.
AMEE vanquished BALTIMORE in a 1 minute uneven Challenge battle.
COLORADO SPRINGS was demolished by TUK ADOW in a 1 minute uneven Challenge fight.
ORLANDO devastated MISS PRISS in a 1 minute one-sided Challenge contest.
QUEEN PAPAYA was overpowered by POPPA LODE in a 1 minute mismatched Challenge match.
HAMMERFALL slimly lost to BOUNCER in a 2 minute novice vs. master Challenge duel.
DOOMSDAY unbelievably bested AXIUM in a 2 minute novice's Challenge competition.
FLIMSY was handily defeated by NICKEL in a 2 minute gruesome uneven Title melee.
RAZOR BACK viciously subdued ALBUQUERQUE in a action packed 6 minute expert's fight.
ONYX savagely defeated KUNG-FU MASTER in a 3 minute gruesome match.
R TO L was beaten by GO-FER in a 1 minute fight.

                                    BATTLE REPORT

             MOST POPULAR                        RECORD DURING THE LAST 10 TURNS     
|FIGHTING STYLE               FIGHTS        FIGHTING STYLE     W -   L -  K   PERCENT|
|STRIKING ATTACK                  6         TOTAL PARRY       20 -   6 -  0      77  |
|WALL OF STEEL                    4         LUNGING ATTACK    20 -   8 -  4      71  |
|TOTAL PARRY                      2         PARRY-RIPOSTE     16 -   8 -  0      67  |
|PARRY-LUNGE                      2         STRIKING ATTACK   25 -  23 -  2      52  |
|SLASHING ATTACK                  2         BASHING ATTACK     6 -   8 -  1      43  |
|AIMED BLOW                       1         AIMED BLOW         8 -  11 -  0      42  |
|PARRY-STRIKE                     1         WALL OF STEEL     11 -  17 -  1      39  |
|PARRY-RIPOSTE                    1         PARRY-STRIKE       5 -   8 -  0      38  |
|LUNGING ATTACK                   1         SLASHING ATTACK    9 -  15 -  0      38  |
|BASHING ATTACK                   1         PARRY-LUNGE        2 -   8 -  0      20  |

Turn 483 was great if you     Not so great if you used      The fighting styles of the
used the fighting styles:     the fighting styles:          top eleven warriors are:

AIMED BLOW         1 -  0     PARRY-LUNGE        0 -  2         3  STRIKING ATTACK
PARRY-STRIKE       1 -  0     LUNGING ATTACK     0 -  1         2  WALL OF STEEL  
PARRY-RIPOSTE      1 -  0     SLASHING ATTACK    0 -  2         2  TOTAL PARRY    
TOTAL PARRY        2 -  0     BASHING ATTACK     0 -  1         1  PARRY-RIPOSTE  
WALL OF STEEL      3 -  1                                       1  PARRY-LUNGE    
STRIKING ATTACK    3 -  3                                       1  BASHING ATTACK 
                                                                1  SLASHING ATTACK

                               TOP WARRIOR OF EACH STYLE

FIGHTING STYLE   WARRIOR                     W   L  K PNTS TEAM NAME                  
PARRY-RIPOSTE    RAZOR BACK 4317            21  10  0  100 WARCKERS (362)
STRIKING ATTACK  SPLINTER 4439               9   1  0   99 HEADBANGERS (87)
PARRY-LUNGE      ALBUQUERQUE 4082           15  12  0   89 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
TOTAL PARRY      ONYX 4409                  11   3  0   72 WARCKERS (362)
AIMED BLOW       TUK ADOW 4395               9   6  0   51 WARCKERS (362)
Note: Warriors have a winning record and are an Adept or Above.

The overall popularity leader is NICKEL 4240.  The most popular warrior this turn was 
RAZOR BACK 4317.  The ten other most popular fighters were ALBUQUERQUE 4082, BOUNCER 
4445, AXIUM 4264, NICKEL 4240, AMEE 4301, ORLANDO 4131, HAMMERFALL 4474, SPLINTER 
4439, TUK ADOW 4395, and POPPA LODE 4392.

The least popular fighter this week was R TO L 4268.  The other ten least popular 
4043, KORIBUS 4227, ONYX 4409, FLIMSY 4406, DOOMSDAY 4475, GO-FER 4444, and POPPA 
LODE 4392.

The following warriors will travel to AD after next turn:

AMEE (26-4301) HEADBANGERS (87)