Date   : 07/26/2004    Duedate: 08/07/2004


DM-26    TURN-484

This Weeks Top Honors


(26-4240) [18-18-0,138]

Chartered Recognition Leader   Unchartered Recognition Leader

NICKEL                         MORAAT
ERRATUM (440)                  RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)
(26-4240) [18-18-0,138]        (26-4401) [3-1-0,24]

Popularity Leader              This Weeks Favorite

NICKEL                         NICKEL
ERRATUM (440)                  ERRATUM (440)
(26-4240) [18-18-0,138]        (26-4240) [18-18-0,138]



Team Name                  Point Gain  Chartered Team
1. HERE TO PHOENIX (415)       48
2. SHERWOOD FOREST (438)       39      WARCKERS (362)
3. HEADBANGERS (87)            39      Unchartered Team
4. ERRATUM (440)               35
5. GOLDEN CANYON (290)         24      LONESOME OCTOBER (456)

The Top Teams

Career Win-Loss Record           W   L  K    %  Win-Loss Record Last 3 Turns    W  L K
 1/ 0*LONESOME OCTOBER (456)     1   0  0  100   1/ 1 WARCKERS (362)            8  5 0
 2- 2 STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)      8   3  0 72.7   2/ 3 HEADBANGERS (87)          8  7 1
 3/ 1*RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)       3   2  0 60.0   3/ 2 GOLDEN CANYON (290)       8  7 0
 4/ 3 WARCKERS (362)           552 389 29 58.7   4/ 4 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)     6  7 1
 5/ 4 HEADBANGERS (87)         401 292 25 57.9   5/ 5 ERRATUM (440)             4  7 0
 6/ 5 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)     82  63  4 56.6   6/ 8 HOME LIFE (453)           3  1 0
 7/ 6 HOME LIFE (453)          141 110  9 56.2   7/10 SHERWOOD FOREST (438)     3  2 1
 8/ 7 SHERWOOD FOREST (438)    165 133 22 55.4   8/ 0*LONESOME OCTOBER (456)    1  0 0
 9/ 8 ERRATUM (440)             33  40  2 45.2   9- 9 STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)     1  1 0
10/ 9 GOLDEN CANYON (290)      377 557 14 40.4  10/ 6 IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)   1  2 0
11/10 IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)   16  25  1 39.0  11/ 7*RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)      0  1 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 #9 ]H[ + ---:--- + ]H[ +
                                   Andorian Edition

Aruak City:

     If Segallion and Nila were under the control of the spell or spellcaster who had
seized her mirror, then they had to be stopped.  Without needless injury--they had
not chosen to do Khaldren's will, after all.  But her own mind, though free from
outside control, was weary and slow.  She was fumbling as badly with her spells as
Segallion was with his sword.  There wasn't going to be TIME for her stop him gently.
A word of Command formed on her lips.
     The warrior staggered into her so that they both fell in a tangle of flailing
limbs.  And his sword struck the blood-faced mirror, splitting the frame and
shattering the glass.
     The glass exploded away from the mirror stand, bloody shards flying outward on a
wave of sound so shrill as to be barely audible.  If Adie, Segallion, and Nila had
not all been on the floor, they might have been badly injured, even killed.  Was it
chance that they were all below the deadly glass?  Adie thought not.  They were each
worshippers of the sun in their different ways, and she suspected the hand of the god
in their survival.
     Rolling away from Segallion, Adie sat up, brushing at her hair and her robe
absently.  When the mirror broke, she had felt a shadow lifting; that was the first
she had known that there was a level to the enemy spell below the obvious.  She
shivered.  She hadn't even suspected that deeper spell, and it could have done...
anything, it had taken her so completely by surprise.  But she would not be surprised
a second time.

On the road from Ardivent:

     "Health, humility, and honor will not solve all problems," Master Cho said
flatly.  He had rejected the idea of hiring a horse and was making surprisingly good
time for an elderly-looking man on foot.  "You know that as well as I do, Fandil!
Sometimes you need cunning, as well, and a willingness to take losses."
     "I know that."  Fandil the Wise sounded testy, and in truth he was very
irritated.  On the most immediate level, by Cho's present attitude and by the ease
with which the Adantri kept up with Fandil's horse.  "But young Adeolar is not a loss
I'm prepared to accept."
     "Of course not, or why would we be rushing toward Aruak City instead of sitting
at home with beer?"  Cho squinted at the forest on their right.  There was a bad
feeling to it today.  Most of the land that lay between the environs of Ardivent and
the beginning of the Aruaki lands was forested.  Despite the hunger for agricultural
land in Andoria, no one had made an attempt to clear this forest and put the land
under the plow.  Nobody offered reasons, it was just "not done."  It didn't take a
master of the subtle arts to figure it out, though.
     The forest was haunted.
     Through a sweep of land twenty miles wide stretching from near Lyratilan to near
Mordant, the forest concealed a scattering of ruins.  Not the Van ruins of northern
Andoria, or not entirely--who could know for sure at this late date?  The ancient
city of Celestinvael was the best known in modern times, but there were other things
hidden by those dark and tangled trees.  Maybe worse things.  Things that might be
wakened by the same spell that was stirring Celestinvael.
     It was not a situation to make an old man sleep soundly at night.
     "I just hope we're in TIME to help Adeolar," Cho muttered.
     "She's strong and skilled," Fandil protested.  "Our fears may be completely
     "So you'll back Adeolar's young strength and skill against Khaldren's ages of
experience and cunning?  I hope you're right, because at our best pace," he glanced
scornfully at Fandil's horse, "and with no problems, it'll take us two more days to
get to Aruak City."


     Shania Silverstar did her best to be patient, but it seemed to be taking Ashon
Chang so LONG to negotiate with the ship captain!  She glanced around at her
companions, wondering if she could have organized her resources better for this
frantic rush back to Alastari.  No, probably not.
     Vurand and Jammies were keeping both eyes on Herlas; the Fratsfan mage hadn't
given them any trouble...yet, but he might.  He would, when he thought he had a
chance to win.  Werre was organizing their luggage and supplies (desperately slim
now) as fast as they were off-loaded from the mules.  Zakar...she didn't know what
Zakar was doing, and she wasn't sure she wanted to.  He was on their side, more or
less, but...today had seemed to be a "less" day.  And Rughal was at her side,
supporting her as weariness ate at her bones.
     Ashon Chang was gesturing them forward to the ship.  Before Shania could gather
her strength to walk, Rughal lifted her and carried her down the dock.  "It is
agreed," Ashon Chang said.  "This man, Kaldinar, will sail us across the Trier to

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

 DM   8 ARKERS (turn 246): GOLDENEYE of BONDAGE (Spawn, mgr.)
 DM  11 ARUAK CITY (turn 493): CHERRY CHEETAH of ANIMAL FARM (Mino, mgr.)
 DM  14 TOBIR (turn 493): ZERO THE HERO of THE DEATH SQUAD (Street Legal, mgr.)
 DM  22 SOLVEN (turn 486): ILSA SHE-WOLF of KELLUMBO'S KIDS (Detective Kellumbo)
 DM  24 ZORPUNT (turn 482): CROCONAW of WATER DECK (Destitute Noble, mgr.)
 DM  25 LYRATILAN (turn 482): MONKEY WRENCH of PRIMATES-R-US (Crip, mgr.)
 DM  26 CALEAM (turn 483): NICKEL of ERRATUM (JE, mgr.)
 DM  30 IAYE (turn 478): DARK CHOCOLATE of RED DOG GANG (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  40 ZENSU (turn 444): LEADFOOT of TACO GODS (The Oracle, mgr.)
 DM  41 KATI-TEI (turn 437): MARS of WANDERERS (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  46 ARDIVENT (turn 431): SILVER FURY of CYNICAL DELUSIONS (Eclipse, mgr.)
 DM  52 FRATSFA (turn 193): MUTILATE of ASSASSIN NATION (Ghab, mgr.)
 DM  60 LOOPHOLES (turn 342): LACHES of LEGALESE (The Judge, mgr.)
 DM  63 AMEN-TEI (turn 331): SEXTANT of SAILS OF CHARON (The Sentinel, mgr.)
 DM  71 KYR'TERR (turn 148): CHEROKEE of CHIEFS' ELITE (Matrix, mgr.)

                                      Top Teams
 DM   8 ARKERS (turn 246): PHOENIX FIRE (Bobby Bigfoot, mgr.)
 DM  11 ARUAK CITY (turn 493): THE BLUES (Keldon Blackfang, mgr.)
 DM  14 TOBIR (turn 493): THE DEATH SQUAD (Street Legal, mgr.)
 DM  22 SOLVEN (turn 486): KELLUMBO'S KIDS (Detective Kellumbo, mgr.)
 DM  24 ZORPUNT (turn 482): WATER DECK (Destitute Noble, mgr.)
 DM  25 LYRATILAN (turn 482): THE MIDDLE WAY 4 (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  26 CALEAM (turn 483): WARCKERS (Papaiz, mgr.)
 DM  30 IAYE (turn 478): RED DOG GANG (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  40 ZENSU (turn 444): BEYOND THE PALE (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  41 KATI-TEI (turn 437): WANDERERS (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  46 ARDIVENT (turn 431): DEATHTONGUE (Technogeek, mgr.)
 DM  52 FRATSFA (turn 193): ASSASSIN NATION (Ghab, mgr.)
 DM  60 LOOPHOLES (turn 342): RED DOG GANG (Spot, mgr.)
 DM  63 AMEN-TEI (turn 331): WAYFARERS (Leeta, mgr.)
 DM  71 KYR'TERR (turn 148): CHIEFS' ELITE (Matrix, mgr.)
ADM 105 ANDORAK (turn 379): 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 493): NIXIE SEASPRITE of SCARLET KNIGHTS (Talon Warsmith)
                   (turn 492): BARK of BULLDOGS (Kennelworth, mgr.)
 DM  24 ZORPUNT (turn 482): CROCONAW of WATER DECK (Destitute Noble, mgr.)
 DM  26 CALEAM (turn 483): AMEE of HEADBANGERS (Sablon-O-Vlad, mgr.)
 DM  46 ARDIVENT (turn 431): BERKE of DEATHTONGUE (Technogeek, 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.  There were bitter words at IT'S ALL 
RELATIVE's guildhouse after a 0-1-0 showing this week which dropped the stable into 
10th.  Dark Arena anyone?  Warriors--remember that glory waits always around the 
corner!  Witness how this week SHERWOOD FOREST went 3-2-1 to move up 3 in the 
rankings.  My praise to HOME LIFE for their 3-1-0 week this time out.  Indeed, it was 
a skillfully fought round deserving of notice!  GO-FER caught the eye of many in the 
gladiatorial commission as he skillfully bested TUK ADOW and was awarded 23 points in 
recognition.  In one of the week's more notable duels, SAILOR VENUS put down 
ALBUQUERQUE, causing it to lose 7 points of recognition in the process.  Who here was 
not present for the title fight this week as TAOS boldly TV challenged NICKEL in 
order to strive for the Duelmasters honors?  Not for nothing has NICKEL in the past 
laid claim to the Duelmaster's throne, and this week he's proven his combat skill yet 
again.  Would you believe that over half of the old women in CALEAM seem to feel that 
they could fight better than you gladiators?   
     I have been in deep conclave with my spies who watched all that has recently 
transpired.  Indeed there is much I would report.  My inside sources tell me that the 
team to beat in CALEAM these days is WARCKERS.  At least, most blades in town are 
looking to avoid them.  Methinks more than a few here could name the guild it was 
that spent the better part of last week avoiding WARCKERS.  Indeed it was 
HEADBANGERS.  Loose talk at the arena has reached my ears and it but confirms the 
knowledge that many fighters are after KORIBUS.  Watch your back!  As a gladiator 
gets older, the icy grip of fear lays hold of his heart.  True, SPLINTER?  Who could 
miss your "brave" challenge of KORIBUS?  All the city knows the duel went in favor of 
SPLINTER.  I shall not fail to spread the word in other cities of this "mighty" 
victory.  I cannot but express pride for the fearlessness of BALTIMORE who cast 
caution to the winds and challenged RAZOR BACK, a fighter 32 points higher.  I must 
admit to some joy.  Before my very eyes the underdog in this contest, BALTIMORE, 
defeated RAZOR BACK to claim victory and recognition.  For some warriors honor is not 
important--only empty victory.  See, gladiators, how ORLANDO of HERE TO PHOENIX 
challenged down 21 points to MISS PRISS.  The weight of the challenge fell hard upon 
MISS PRISS and predictably she was bested by ORLANDO.  This is how to arouse the 
anger of an entire guild!  A match that raised a few eyebrows at the games this week, 
it seems that COLORADO SPRINGS posted a challenge against the more highly recognized 
JUICEA.  The results, you ask?  Well, the firebrand COLORADO SPRINGS lost to JUICEA.  
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.  Perhaps even the strong cannot escape 
the vagaries of this world.  This week arena veteran RAZOR BACK was slain, despite a 
21-11-0 record.  The warrior's path is harsh.  For mediocrity there is but one 
reward--death.  This past week MOTHER SUPERIOR, at 5-8-0, departed CALEAM forever.  
This week in mortal passion BALTIMORE let the blood of RAZOR BACK, sending one more 
soul into the void.  Retribution by WARCKERS seems inevitable!  Fate is a fickle 
mistress.  She showers the miserable with fortune but sets enemies against the 
victorious.  Remember this!   
     If it were not for my skills as a spy I would have been mugged three times 
already in CALEAM.  Nice atmosphere you have here!  Ahh, but I can hear the spires of 
a far off city calling to me.  I must away!  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                  18  18  0   138       ERRATUM (440)

CHALLENGER CHAMPIONS           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 BALTIMORE 4043               12  13  1   126       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 TAOS 4042                    12   8  1   113       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 FLIMSY 4406                  12   4  1   105       WARCKERS (362)
 SPLINTER 4439                10   1  0   105       HEADBANGERS (87)
 SAILOR VENUS 4326            16   4  0    91       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)

CHAMPIONS                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 ALBUQUERQUE 4082             15  13  0    82       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 ONYX 4409                    12   3  0    81       WARCKERS (362)
 KORIBUS 4227                 12  38  0    77       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
 ORLANDO 4131                  6   5  0    71       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)

CHALLENGER ADEPTS              W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 DE DE MAO 4397                8   3  2    63       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)

ADEPTS                         W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-SON OF A GUN 4382             5   2  0    56       IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)
 JUICEA 4457                   4   1  2    54       HOME LIFE (453)
 GO-FER 4444                   4   8  0    52       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
 TUK ADOW 4395                 9   7  0    46       WARCKERS (362)
 MISS PRISS 4371              11  12  0    45       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
 BOUNCER 4445                  6   6  1    38       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
 JAW BREAKER 4454              6   1  0    38       HOME LIFE (453)
-TWISTED SISTER 4390           4   2  0    34       IT'S ALL RELATIVE (449)

CHALLENGER INITIATES           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 QUEEN PAPAYA 4476             3   2  1    33       HEADBANGERS (87)
 POPPA LODE 4392               5  13  0    32       GOLDEN CANYON (290)
 COLORADO SPRINGS 4265         4   5  1    32       HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
 DOOMSDAY 4475                 4   1  0    27       HEADBANGERS (87)
 MORAAT 4401                   3   1  0    24       RAJHAN'S PRIDE (452)

INITIATES                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 R TO L 4268                   4   3  0    21       ERRATUM (440)
 HAMMERFALL 4474               2   3  0    21       HEADBANGERS (87)
 YUCKY TUCKY 4460              3   2  0    20       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)
-WICK 4267                     3   3  0    20       ERRATUM (440)
 BEAUTY QUEEN 4456             3   2  0    15       HOME LIFE (453)
 NEEDLE 4472                   1   0  0    15       LONESOME OCTOBER (456)
 BIRTHDAY GIRL 4480            1   0  0    15       HOME LIFE (453)
 FLOWER POWER 4481             1   0  1    14       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)
 HIDDEN DOOM 4479              1   0  0    11       WARCKERS (362)
-AXIUM 4264                    1   1  0    10       STYGIAN BOATMEN (392)
 FREAK 4482                    0   1  0     7       SHERWOOD FOREST (438)

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

THE DEAD               W  L K TEAM NAME             SLAIN BY             TURN Revenge?
SHIFTYEYED VOLUNT 397  0  1 0   1                   FLOWER POWER 4481     484 NONE    
BING 468               9 11 3 THE BELL SQUAD 74     JUICEA 4457           480 NOT REVE
ICKIER 4484            0  1 0 ERRATUM 440           ARENAMASTER TOHRE 419 484 NONE    
ICKY 4483              0  1 0 ERRATUM 440           SPYMASTER 418         484 NONE    
MOTHER SUPERIOR 4380   5  8 0 IT'S ALL RELATIVE 449 QUEEN PAPAYA 4476     484         
RAZOR BACK 4317       21 11 0 WARCKERS 362          BALTIMORE 4043        484         

                                     PERSONAL ADS

Sablon/Papaiz -- I am glad to report that Taos pulled a TV and is thus reactivated.
However, a TV challenge was issued to Flimsy this turn thinking he was still the DM,
and am going to try and get this adjusted. -- Crip

Splinter -- Aaaah!  It's in my FINGER, get it OUT! -- Koribus
P.S.  Remind me not to teach well.

Orlando -- I'm sorry, dear, but golems are icky.  I can't bear to have anything to do
with you. -- Miss Priss

Queen Papaya -- Ah, dear lady, that was beautifully done.  Seldom have I seen anybody
refrain from killing a houseplant with such exquisite grace.  (Let me know if I'm
laying it on too thickly.)  It would give me great pleasure if you would join me for
dinner tonight.  Not at the Golden Canyon, an uncouth drinking emporium.  I'm sure
there is a better place in Caleam, one suited to your class and beauty.  Do say yes.
-- Poppa Lode
P.S.  I do my humble best, dear lady.

Hammerfall -- (smirking)  You're not supposed to drop it on your own foot, you know.
-- Bouncer

R to L -- (feering chatty)  I used to think my numbel: foul foul foul foul--  Gods,
it sounds awful that way!  I used to think it would bling me luck.  And this time, it
did. -- Go-Fel

Congratulations to Amee on her graduation. -- Golden Canyon

17 July 2004
I am currently trying to put together a favorites chart for AD warriors.  I
desperately need help with this.  What I need are style, favorite rhythm (ex.:
hi/low), favorite weapons, and tactics.  What would be great is if you could send me
a copy of the invite with the warrior's name, id#, and arena blacked out.  This way,
I can verify that this is an actual warrior.  Minis will work, too!

For those interested, I have both a challenge style vs. style and a match-up style
vs. style chart.  There's about 250 fights calculated in these charts, and I'll be
happy to send a copy to anyone who asks.  You can contact me (if you're a free world
player) at: Rick Stringer, Merit/East, SCI, P.O. Box 500, Georgetown, DE 19947-0500.
If you're in prison, just send a diplo to:  Baphomet, Mgr. Knights Templar (568), DM
#47--North Fork.  (I also have a lot of other charts and info for anyone who wants
it.)  Thanks!

                                  LAST WEEK'S FIGHTS

ICKIER was butchered by ARENAMASTER TOHREHN in a 1 minute Dark Arena fight.
ICKY was butchered by SPYMASTER in a 1 minute brutal Dark Arena duel.
TAOS was viciously subdued by NICKEL in a 4 minute veteran's Challenge Title match.
SPLINTER devastated KORIBUS in a 1 minute one-sided Challenge fight.
AMEE was demolished by FLIMSY in a 1 minute mismatched Challenge competition.
BALTIMORE assassinated RAZOR BACK in a 1 minute one-sided Challenge struggle.
ORLANDO devastated MISS PRISS in a 1 minute one-sided Challenge competition.
COLORADO SPRINGS was handily defeated by JUICEA in a 1 minute uneven Challenge melee.
DOOMSDAY unbelievably bested YUCKY TUCKY in a popular 4 minute Challenge duel.
QUEEN PAPAYA slaughtered MOTHER SUPERIOR in a 1 minute one-sided Challenge fight.
ONYX luckily beat KHALHUMS DWARF in a 7 minute melee.
SAILOR VENUS beat ALBUQUERQUE in a 3 minute fight.
DE DE MAO demolished POPPA LODE in a 1 minute mismatched match.
JAW BREAKER outwaited MORAAT in a monotonous 16 minute contest.
TUK ADOW was demolished by GO-FER in a 1 minute one-sided brawl.
BOUNCER handily defeated R TO L in a 1 minute one-sided conflict.
BEAUTY QUEEN lost to HAMMERFALL in a 2 minute bout.
NEEDLE viciously subdued FREAK in a action packed 2 minute brutal duel.
HIDDEN DOOM bested FRIENDLY CONSTABLE in a 1 minute amateur's brawl.
FLOWER POWER assassinated SHIFTYEYED VOLUNTEER in a 1 minute one-sided bout.
BIRTHDAY GIRL beat TRUSTWORTHY SCRIBE in a 2 minute novice's bout.

                                    BATTLE REPORT

             MOST POPULAR                        RECORD DURING THE LAST 10 TURNS     
|FIGHTING STYLE               FIGHTS        FIGHTING STYLE     W -   L -  K   PERCENT|
|LUNGING ATTACK                   8         TOTAL PARRY       23 -   7 -  0      77  |
|STRIKING ATTACK                  6         LUNGING ATTACK    22 -  12 -  5      65  |
|TOTAL PARRY                      5         PARRY-RIPOSTE     14 -   8 -  0      64  |
|WALL OF STEEL                    5         STRIKING ATTACK   26 -  22 -  3      54  |
|AIMED BLOW                       3         AIMED BLOW         9 -  10 -  0      47  |
|PARRY-STRIKE                     3         BASHING ATTACK     6 -   7 -  1      46  |
|PARRY-LUNGE                      2         WALL OF STEEL     13 -  18 -  1      42  |
|SLASHING ATTACK                  2         PARRY-STRIKE       5 -  10 -  0      33  |
|PARRY-RIPOSTE                    1         SLASHING ATTACK    8 -  16 -  1      33  |
|BASHING ATTACK                   1         PARRY-LUNGE        3 -   8 -  0      27  |

Turn 484 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:

TOTAL PARRY        4 -  1     PARRY-STRIKE       0 -  3         3  STRIKING ATTACK
AIMED BLOW         2 -  1     PARRY-RIPOSTE      0 -  1         2  WALL OF STEEL  
STRIKING ATTACK    4 -  2     BASHING ATTACK     0 -  1         2  TOTAL PARRY    
WALL OF STEEL      3 -  2                                       1  SLASHING ATTACK
PARRY-LUNGE        1 -  1                                       1  PARRY-LUNGE    
LUNGING ATTACK     4 -  4                                       1  BASHING ATTACK 
SLASHING ATTACK    1 -  1                                       1  LUNGING ATTACK 

                               TOP WARRIOR OF EACH STYLE

FIGHTING STYLE   WARRIOR                     W   L  K PNTS TEAM NAME                  
WALL OF STEEL    TAOS 4042                  12   8  1  113 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
STRIKING ATTACK  FLIMSY 4406                12   4  1  105 WARCKERS (362)
TOTAL PARRY      SAILOR VENUS 4326          16   4  0   91 SHERWOOD FOREST (438)
PARRY-LUNGE      ALBUQUERQUE 4082           15  13  0   82 HERE TO PHOENIX (415)
LUNGING ATTACK   DE DE MAO 4397              8   3  2   63 SHERWOOD FOREST (438)
AIMED BLOW       TUK ADOW 4395               9   7  0   46 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 
NICKEL 4240.  The ten other most popular fighters were YUCKY TUCKY 4460, NEEDLE 4472, 
4456, HAMMERFALL 4474, and BALTIMORE 4043.

The least popular fighter this week was JAW BREAKER 4454.  The other ten least 
popular fighters were MORAAT 4401, ONYX 4409, R TO L 4268, TUK ADOW 4395, POPPA LODE 
and MISS PRISS 4371.

The following warriors will travel to AD after next turn:

NICKEL (26-4240) ERRATUM (440)
TAOS (26-4042) HERE TO PHOENIX (415)

The following warriors have traveled to AD after fighting this turn:

AMEE (26-4301) HEADBANGERS (87)