DUEL 2 NEWSLETTER Date : 05/21/2007 Duedate: 06/02/2007 ARDIVENT ARENA DM-46 TURN-501 This Weeks Top Honors THE DUELMASTER IS JHEZRA STEELBLADE TUFT-TASTIC! (265) (46-3017) [14-11-0,112] Chartered Recognition Leader Unchartered Recognition Leader JHEZRA STEELBLADE BONE MILL TUFT-TASTIC! (265) WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) (46-3017) [14-11-0,112] (46-3977) [6-3-0,48] Popularity Leader This Weeks Favorite JUANITA BUNKER FANDILS (75) SONS OF TULL (360) (46-3926) [15-8-0,86] (46-4005) [2-0-0,26] THE CURRENT TOP TEAM FANDILS (75) TEAMS ON THE MOVE TOP CAREER HONORS Team Name Point Gain Chartered Team 1. WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) 44 2. BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) 26 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) 3. FANDILS (75) 19 Unchartered Team 4. WILD OATS (248) 17 5. BLACK COLOSSUS (359) 11 BLACK COLOSSUS (359) The Top Teams Career Win-Loss Record W L K % Win-Loss Record Last 3 Turns W L K 1/ 1*BLACK COLOSSUS (359) 2 0 0 100 1/ 1 FANDILS (75) 10 3 0 2/ 2 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) 112 76 2 59.6 2/ 2 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) 9 6 0 3/ 3 FANDILS (75) 846 635 27 57.1 3/ 4 WILD OATS (248) 7 8 1 4/ 0 THE BEARS II (355) 17 13 3 56.7 4/ 6*WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) 6 7 0 5- 4 INFERNAL LORDS (8) 200 173 12 53.6 5/ 5 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) 5 5 0 6/ 6 WILD OATS (248) 30 28 1 51.7 6/ 3*SONS OF TULL (360) 5 10 0 7/ 5*SONS OF TULL (360) 9 11 0 45.0 7/ 8*BLACK COLOSSUS (359) 2 0 0 8/ 8*WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) 16 25 0 39.0 8- 7 INFERNAL LORDS (8) 0 6 0 9/ 7 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) 413 654 13 38.7 9/ 0 THE BEARS II (355) 0 2 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[ Cities by the Shore #15 ]H[ + ---:--- + ]H[ + Between Point and Aruak City: Captain Tollisker kept them moving at a steady walk-trot-walk which chaffed Adie's nerves even as she recognized that it was going to give them the most distance covered in the least time. If they'd been able to count on changing horses, things would have been different, but since they couldn't.... They were arguably on the King's Business, cleaning up the mess Khaldren had made of the Clanholds, and they should be able to get spare horses from the royal posting stations. If there had been any horses to get. They passed two such stations between Point and Aruak City; one had been completely deserted and showing signs of vandalous attack, the other was doing duty as a farmhouse-and-fortress, and there were only two heavy plowhorses in the corral. Adie watched the countryside flow past as they rode and wondered how things had gotten so bad so quickly. Except, some of the damage done to buildings, bridges, roads, fields didn't look like quick work. Some had plainly been done the year before, or even longer ago, and never repaired. Even if he could not reach into the heart of the Clanholds at this time, the King should be doing something! What was he thinking to let things go like this? He was playing right into Khaldren's hands. "We'll have to talk to him," she muttered, glaring at another abandoned farmstead. "There are lots of people we'll have to talk to," Fandil answered. The old man sounded weary and grim. "It's figuring out what to do first that'll be the problem. The king, the clanlords...Lady Sheila? Other magicians and priests? Do we start working on the effects of the shapeshifter plague first, or tackle the political and governmental mess first, or--" "Or square off against Khaldren first," Adie said. "He's the root of the problem." When the old magician didn't answer immediately, she sighed. "I know Cho said we shouldn't act rashly against Khaldren, but we have to DO something and fast. And...Fandil, can we trust Cho?" "Trust his judgment in the matter of attacking Khaldren? Yes, no question about it." Another of those silences that she had come to know meant he was figuring out how to say something she might not want to hear. "Khaldren is the root of our current problems," he said finally. "But the real, deepest, original root is Lady Sheila, Adie." The sun priestess had several different reactions to that statement, and they whirled through her so quickly she couldn't decide which to pick first. Finally, she just said, "How is she a problem?" "How many days have we got to list the ways?" he asked. Then he swept the question away with a gesture. "Doesn't matter right now. Root or no, it's like the old saying, you know the one. How it's hard to remember, when you're up to your, ah, hips in alligators, that your initial objective was to drain the swamp. First things first, and we have to get to Aruak City and start killing alligators. Later for draining the swamp." "But not too much later," Adie said. *** ***** *** ***** *** They had stopped at sunset, still fifteen miles short of Aruak City. A farmhouse with hex signs painted over every door and window, a wary family, a watch kept through the night, on the way again at sunrise. Two more hours to the city. A wary city. The main gates were closed, with travelers being admitted one at a time through secondary gates after a careful scrutiny. Name, occupation, residence, reason for traveling, and do you have any local references? And when they got in, the mood of the city was...odd. Unexpected. Some wariness, yes, they'd expected that. But there was a bright, almost eager heedlessness, a hunger for violence near the surface, that was as shocking as the blood-splashes on the walls. "I wish Tollisker had come in with us, him and his twenty good men, instead of heading back to Point right away," Fandil muttered. "This is Aruak City," Adie protested. "The heart and soul of Andoria!" She flinched as an argument over the price of onions at a market booth erupted into blows, escalated to the use of clubs and daggers, spread like fire in dry grass across the market square, then faded out. Faded, except for half a dozen men and women limping and a body being dragged away down an alley. "What is WRONG with these people?" "Alligators," Fandil answered grimly. Point: The chosen tunnel descended steadily. Gissanniah could tell that from the way her legs ached, but she found it hard to judge the angle of the slope. Steeper than the fall of land between Point and Krael, she thought. Had they come far enough to actually be under the ruined city? She touched one wall. Wet stone. The other wall. She could touch them both at once. Even with Doc Circ's elixir she felt confined. Trapped. But the elixir prevented a full-blown attack of claustrophobia, so it was probably good. Another hundred-foot-marker knot slipped through her hands. The eighteenth one since they'd tied the rope near the entrance. Eighteen hundred feet...they hadn't gotten far, then. More than a quarter of a mile, less than a half, she didn't try to do the math in her head. The men in front of her came to a stop and bent over the map again. Why? There was no junction here. No sudden change in direction. When they stood close together, most of the light was blocked, leaving her in darkness. In darkness, the walls moved closer. She couldn't prove that they actually did squeeze in, but...she wasn't at all sure that they did not. There was all that weight of land overhead. Maybe the ceiling of the tunnel was being forced down. She breathed in and breathed out, filling her lungs and emptying them at a steady pace, counting, fighting the urge to hold her breath and listen for the walls coming closer, which she would not be able to hear, it would come silently when it did. Resisting the urge to breathe too fast as though in preparation for running. Running wouldn't help, anyway, there was nowhere to run to. What were they DOING that was taking so long? Why didn't they get moving again? Master Cho was feeling along the left-hand wall. The left side was sinister, wasn't it? Hadn't she heard it called the Lefthand Path when people did things the dark way? And Cho was strange, maybe even sinister, anyway: he was Adantri, and yet a magician. Everyone said there were no true Adantri magicians. Of course, he LOOKED Adantri, but-- The wall faded away under his hands, showing the tunnel angling off to the left and down more steeply. "This way," he said, his voice echoing. DUELMASTER'S COLUMN Notes from the arena champ. Ardivent, YES! Two turns of domination! Ok, so the Kung-fu master isn't the greatest contender around, but I'm tellin' ya, that guy's had some moves! Just not enough. <smile> So like, one more turn, and if I'm still up here, I might be gone. <gasp> No way! Really? Hey Davy, come here, I need to smack you around again. I guess good luck to me next turn, the other Fandils like to beat me up and take snippets of my hair. I think if I was a guy, I'd have to shave my head. That's what happens when you're on one of Adie's 'tuft' teams. Ok, back to important stuff. Oh, and the rest of you...don't die, but fight hard! You're all great. Ardivent is great, because of you. We're part of why Andoria is great. Ok, done rambling. Duelmistress, Jhezra Steelblade P.S. Do I have to be a mistress or master? How about...Duelgoddess...? SPY REPORT Good day, friends and fiends, welcome to your friendly neighborhood spyreport. I doubt ARDIVENT will ever be the same. And let's see, BONE MILL fought JACINTHE and gained 23 points and contributed to WOE TO WHITECHAPEL's 3-2-0. LOTHAR LIGHTSWORD has lost to EARL, falling 12 points, while helping make TUFT-TASTIC! a 1-4-0 turn. DAVY PRIVETTE challenged for the Duelmastership this turn, attempting to dethrone TUFT-TASTIC!'s warrior. Defending hers title for another turn, JHEZRA STEELBLADE kept FANDILS' warrior, DAVY PRIVETTE, from claiming the throne. By the way, was that our Duelmaster that I saw last night, cramped under the table at The Seaside Manor? Oriental wise man once say, 'Hiding behind shields prevents proper sun tanning.' Inscrutable, but true. I also notice that the INFERNAL LORDS stable was the most avoided team this turn. Come on ARDIVENT, what are you afraid of? And guess who avoided INFERNAL LORDS stable the most? Believe it or not, it was FANDILS. Anyone surprised? Well, sports fans, take notice that BANNIR PARK from BLUVALLEY WARRIORS was ARDIVENT's most challenged warrior this turn. In a brave attempt, LIBERTINE from WILD OATS challenged up 21 points to fight JUANITA from the FANDILS stable. LIBERTINE perhaps got his just desserts, seeing as he was subdued by JUANITA and ended up with 57 recognition points. A coward dies a thousand deaths, a brave man only once. Wise men know this to be true. THE BEARS II has some questions to answer. Like 'why did you kill your fighter, UNBEATABLE, who had a record of 2-0-1?' Is it really true that ARDIVENT has more dishwashers per capita that fighters? Just thought I'd ask... I like this place, ARDIVENT, the taverns have old wine, and young serving girls. Who could ask for more? Well, I'm burning daylight here in ARDIVENT and I've a long road ahead of me. Happy Trails. Until you see my quill in ARDIVENT again, farewell-- Alarond the Scribe DUELMASTER W L K POINTS TEAM NAME JHEZRA STEELBLADE 3017 14 11 0 112 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) CHALLENGER CHAMPIONS W L K POINTS TEAM NAME EARL 3951 12 5 0 91 FANDILS (75) CHAMPIONS W L K POINTS TEAM NAME JUANITA 3926 15 8 0 86 FANDILS (75) DAVY PRIVETTE 3447 21 11 0 85 FANDILS (75) -TEMPTATION 3314 9 6 0 83 INFERNAL LORDS (8) ANNETTE TEVERLY 3651 9 4 1 72 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) LOTHAR LIGHTSWORD 3650 7 7 0 71 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) CHALLENGER ADEPTS W L K POINTS TEAM NAME DEBRA CONKLIN 3890 8 30 0 65 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) -HAIRY BEAR 3939 5 2 0 65 THE BEARS II (355) TUVOLD 3946 8 1 0 64 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) -BROQUS 3947 8 4 1 62 INFERNAL LORDS (8) LIBERTINE 2597 6 7 0 57 WILD OATS (248) ADEPTS W L K POINTS TEAM NAME -EUROQ 3901 8 7 0 53 INFERNAL LORDS (8) TERRENCE WYCLIFF 3433 8 4 0 52 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) JACINTHE 3892 7 29 0 50 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) BONE MILL 3977 6 3 0 48 WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) BERNICE 3996 4 0 0 47 FANDILS (75) -IRONWOLF 274 5 1 0 42 BARBARIAN HORDE (47) SMASH HIT 4002 3 0 1 34 WILD OATS (248) CHALLENGER INITIATES W L K POINTS TEAM NAME CADDO SCOT 3975 9 2 0 32 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) REAPER 3991 2 0 0 30 BLACK COLOSSUS (359) TATER TOT 3995 2 1 0 30 WILD OATS (248) BUNKER 4005 2 0 0 26 SONS OF TULL (360) BANNIR PARK 3981 7 3 0 24 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) INITIATES W L K POINTS TEAM NAME -UG 271 4 2 1 19 BARBARIAN HORDE (47) -KROKUS 272 4 2 0 19 BARBARIAN HORDE (47) UP FROM THE SEA 3979 3 5 0 18 WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) INITIATES W L K POINTS TEAM NAME -TARAMON 270 3 3 0 18 BARBARIAN HORDE (47) FEAR VECTOR 3978 3 5 0 18 WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) CROSSEYED MARY 3999 2 2 0 17 SONS OF TULL (360) -WEASEL 273 4 2 0 15 BARBARIAN HORDE (47) -MEMNOCK 3982 2 4 1 15 INFERNAL LORDS (8) DECKER COBB 3992 2 2 0 14 BLUVALLEY WARRIORS (74) -GODZILLA 3969 1 0 1 12 THE BEARS II (355) MELON 4007 1 0 0 12 WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) -NIVIX 3986 2 3 0 9 INFERNAL LORDS (8) DOANE 3997 2 2 0 8 SONS OF TULL (360) BORN OF THE DARK 4004 1 1 0 8 WOE TO WHITECHAPEL (358) ANDERSON 3998 1 3 0 6 SONS OF TULL (360) BARRE 4001 1 3 0 6 SONS OF TULL (360) MOMMA BEAR 3983 1 1 0 4 THE BEARS II (355) MIKE MILLER 4006 0 1 0 1 FANDILS (75) '-' denotes a warrior who did not fight this turn. THE DEAD W L K TEAM NAME SLAIN BY TURN Revenge? UNBEATABLE 3949 2 1 1 THE BEARS II 355 SPYMASTER 22 501 NONE CORNICK 4000 1 1 0 SONS OF TULL 360 SMASH HIT 4002 499 DEAD DUCK 2598 2 4 0 WILD OATS 248 SHEWISH GIANT 21 501 NONE SEVERANCE 4003 1 2 0 WILD OATS 248 BANDIT PRINCE 25 501 NONE WISP IN DARKNESS 3984 1 4 0 WOE TO WHITECHAPE 358 MEMNOCK 3982 498 REVENGED PERSONAL ADS 500! Wow! That was exciting! Now I really feel like an old mage. -- Fandil The Wise Soultaker was here. You couldn't recognize him with that wig. -- WOF Saw Death Stud also; but most of you probably missed him as he is so short and unnoticeable. -- WOF There was Falconier, too. Did you see him? He was hooded when he landed and quickly flew away into the sunset. -- WOF Hey! Wasn't that Technogeek? The one reading the book, hiding in the corner? -- WOF Degotti, Soultaker & Mannequin's rendition of "Islands In The Stream" at The Red Sands Brewery & Fine Food was a hoot. I liked their encore of "Sail Along Silvery Moon" too. That's the biggest moon I ever saw! -- WOF DeGotti -- Have had problems with lack of Hal confirmations for almost three weeks. Suddenly, today it was aok again! -- Fandil The Wise Bluevalley Warriors --Thanks! I'll bet you are the ONLY ones to congratulate the pompous Dr Steinberger! -- WOF Hey, Libertine -- I'll have some fun in the bathtub with just about anyone. (wink) But you have to wipe off all that blood of yours and close your wounds first. (AGAIN) -- Juanita Temptation -- That was too tempting, you being a Lord and all. (wink) -- Davy Privette Terrence Wycliff -- I knew I could do it on MY challenge, but otherwise...I think I shall avoid. -- Earl Health. Humility. Honor. Beware the curse of The Red Sands. -- Fandil The Wise Sons Of Tull -- Welcome to Ardivent, the Arena Of The Red Sands. It is a wonderful and precarious place to be, and has been our home for years. Thank you for the beautiful diplo note introducing yourselves and your manager, Gerald Bostock. We enjoyed your comment "relish the opportunity to do battle with the best teams Ardivent has to offer and you are high on that list!" I only ask that you be gentle with my woeful warriors. Good luck to you. May your stay in Ardivent be long and successful. -- Fandil The Wise Gerald Bostock -- Let me double check...good, spelled your name right. It doesn't look tricky, but those two O's had me doing double takes. Welcome to Ardivent, it is great to have another manager come to this fine city. This is home to the Arena of the Red Sands, and though this place had a pretty bloody past, don't let it fool you. It's very Andorian, nobody likes to kill around here. The sand...it's just the red iron rich sands we find in the local rocks and soil here. Good luck. -- Adie, Mgr. Tuft Tuggers Fandil -- Jhezra was ecstatic to get your compliments. Davy beat her before, but she put her newest skills to good use. -- Adie Davy -- Sissy boy? Uh...no comment. I have no recollection of...well, whatever I... I mean, whoever said that. -- Jhezra DeGotti -- Do you not like chatting at a hairstylist's place with women like me? <frown> I thought you and Fandil were the social and caring type. -- Adie <wink> Well, it may not be much, but it's nice to say Tuft-tastic! had the throne and top team for turn 500. A small but worth while bonus bit of history for my teams and management. -- Adie WOF -- A few cute tufts? Are there specific locks of my hair you are enamored with? Maybe I will give you a free snippet to always remind you of our long friendship. You know, for those days when we're not out adventuring together. <smile> -- Adie Cadmus -- You know, if you don't find it beneath you, those AB warriors with the fist I bet you could trade (sell) for a pretty penny to some other managers who would be more than happy to develop them at the upper levels. If you're so displeased with them and you do not plan on managing teams beyond basic or lower ADM. In any case, certainly don't let the activities of various managers at the top of this game ruin it for you here in the basic arenas with all of us. We enjoy having you here. Please stay, and enjoy. -- Adie Earl -- Ouch. Nicely done. -- Terrence Jacinthe -- You should be a lot better since the last time we fought...shouldn't you? -- Tuvuld, a youngin' Kung-Fu Master -- "Everybody's into Kung Fu fightiiiing..." Love that disco song! Wooyeah! -- Jhezra Smash Hit -- Wow. I guess I picked the wrong guy for the bloodfeud! Let's see how my team fares in round two.... -- Gerald Bostock (manager, Sons of Tull) Fear Vector -- Sorry about the two hits in the buttocks. I was aiming for your head. *playful wink* -- Crosseyed Mary Dead Duck -- Either you were purposely swinging for vitals, or you have horrible aim. Either way, you won. -- Anderson Bannir Park -- The audience might have been bored to death, but my manager loved every minute of our marathon match. He would have preferred a happier ending for our team, but such is our lot in life. -- Barre All -- Sorry but I will have to miss this turn due to ongoing house repairs. I am currently out of my residence and don't have access to my DM stuff. I shall be back next turn. I hope. -- DeGotti All -- I hope you all enjoyed the 500th turn celebration! I know I did. -- DeGotti Juanita -- Some girls just refuse to be swept off their feet. -- Libertine WOF -- Surprised? Nope. Challenged? Yup. This is fun but, if Juanita tires of Libertine's advances, please avoid him. -- Cadmus Decker Cobb -- Aren't I just the cutest thing? <eyelashes aflutter> -- Tater Tot Doane -- It's not the size of the dog in the fight.... -- Smash Hit Anderson -- I think I know where this broadsword came from. Nasty thing. -- Dead Duck Reaper -- Looking good. My stable mates shall be following your career with interest. -- Severance WOF -- It's always good to hear the Andorian spirit reaffirmed. Did you see that Aradi finished second in percentage kills at the last tourney? In this graceless age, one appreciates Ardivent all the more. -- Cadmus Jorja -- I'm currently in 12, 22 (home), 46, 60, 78, 82 (big time), 100, & 102. I believe the shared count stands at five? If I stay with the game, I'll leave 12 and 60 in a few months and eventually return to 18. What's a huraches? -- Cadmus Adie -- What's with this tuft stuff? Are you and WOF pulling up each other's lawns? -- Cadmus Tuvold -- Ouch! If you've GOT to have a lock of hair, CUT it off, don't pull it out by the roots! -- Jacinthe Tater Tot -- Oh, pocket Venus, eh? I never thought to see a Fratsfan so short, but on you, it looks good. Of course, you could be more friendly and I wouldn't MIND.... -- Decker Cobb The Honest Merchant? But I didn't want to fight the Honest Merchant! He, you know, talks too much. On and ON. And I don't even want to buy, um, well, what he's selling. No need to say what, right? I mean, you can go and see if you really have to know, but I'm not going to, you know, lower myself to talk about it. As if! -- Debra Conklin Up from the Sea -- And very pleasing you are to look at as you stand there on your half-shell, clad in nothing much. Quite a picture. But I fear you're cold, and I don't mean due to the lack of clothing. I believe it would not be a good thing for me to get involved with you, hmm? -- Caddo Scot Barre -- Sorry to end things so quickly, but I forgot to pack a lunch. -- Bannir Park P.S. Wear a helm. The head is vulnerable and vital. Protect it. Dr Steinberger -- And a smirk back to you. Didn't you notice that it WAS a hen you were dealing with? My stand-in. -- M. Kingfisher Chardinee LAST WEEK'S FIGHTS UNBEATABLE was butchered by SPYMASTER in a 1 minute bloody Dark Arena fight. DEAD DUCK was dispatched by SHEWISH GIANT in a 2 minute gruesome Dark Arena battle. SEVERANCE was murdered by BANDIT PRINCE in a 1 minute Dark Arena fight. BARRE was vanquished by SMASH HIT in a 1 minute mismatched Bloodfeud brawl. REAPER savagely defeated BANNIR PARK in a 3 minute brutal Challenge fight. DAVY PRIVETTE was devastated by JHEZRA STEELBLADE in a 1 minute Challenge Title brawl. LIBERTINE was overpowered by JUANITA in a 1 minute one-sided Challenge struggle. BUNKER bested FEAR VECTOR in a popular 3 minute gruesome Challenge competition. BORN OF THE DARK slimly won victory over ANDERSON in a 6 minute Challenge duel. CROSSEYED MARY was defeated by TATER TOT in a action packed 1 minute Challenge duel. EARL overpowered LOTHAR LIGHTSWORD in a 1 minute one-sided fight. TUVOLD was overcome by NOBLE ASSASSIN in a 1 minute bout. ANNETTE TEVERLY was narrowly defeated by KHALHUMS DWARF in a 3 minute brutal match. TERRENCE WYCLIFF was outwaited by DEBRA CONKLIN in a 7 minute conflict. BERNICE viciously subdued AMBITIOUS GUARD in a 1 minute brutal battle. JACINTHE was devastated by BONE MILL in a 3 minute bloody mismatched bout. CADDO SCOT outlasted UP FROM THE SEA in a 8 minute duel. DOANE was overpowered by TRUSTWORTHY SCRIBE in a 1 minute uneven struggle. DECKER COBB handily defeated MIKE MILLER in a 1 minute mismatched bout. MOMMA BEAR was bested by MELON in a 5 minute novice's brawl. BATTLE REPORT MOST POPULAR RECORD DURING THE LAST 10 TURNS |FIGHTING STYLE FIGHTS FIGHTING STYLE W - L - K PERCENT| |LUNGING ATTACK 6 TOTAL PARRY 25 - 9 - 1 74 | |AIMED BLOW 5 BASHING ATTACK 15 - 8 - 2 65 | |WALL OF STEEL 5 AIMED BLOW 14 - 11 - 0 56 | |STRIKING ATTACK 4 LUNGING ATTACK 19 - 15 - 1 56 | |TOTAL PARRY 4 STRIKING ATTACK 20 - 16 - 1 56 | |SLASHING ATTACK 3 SLASHING ATTACK 12 - 13 - 1 48 | |BASHING ATTACK 3 WALL OF STEEL 16 - 20 - 0 44 | |PARRY-RIPOSTE 2 PARRY-RIPOSTE 5 - 19 - 0 21 | |PARRY-LUNGE 1 PARRY-LUNGE 1 - 5 - 0 17 | |PARRY-STRIKE 0 PARRY-STRIKE 0 - 0 - 0 0 | Turn 501 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 4 - 1 WALL OF STEEL 2 - 3 3 LUNGING ATTACK PARRY-RIPOSTE 1 - 1 SLASHING ATTACK 1 - 2 3 BASHING ATTACK LUNGING ATTACK 3 - 3 TOTAL PARRY 1 - 3 1 AIMED BLOW STRIKING ATTACK 2 - 2 PARRY-LUNGE 0 - 1 1 STRIKING ATTACK PARRY-STRIKE 0 - 0 1 SLASHING ATTACK BASHING ATTACK 0 - 3 1 WALL OF STEEL 1 PARRY-RIPOSTE TOP WARRIOR OF EACH STYLE FIGHTING STYLE WARRIOR W L K PNTS TEAM NAME AIMED BLOW JHEZRA STEELBLADE 3017 14 11 0 112 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) STRIKING ATTACK EARL 3951 12 5 0 91 FANDILS (75) SLASHING ATTACK JUANITA 3926 15 8 0 86 FANDILS (75) WALL OF STEEL DAVY PRIVETTE 3447 21 11 0 85 FANDILS (75) LUNGING ATTACK ANNETTE TEVERLY 3651 9 4 1 72 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) BASHING ATTACK TUVOLD 3946 8 1 0 64 TUFT-TASTIC! (265) Note: Warriors have a winning record and are an Adept or Above. The overall popularity leader is JUANITA 3926. The most popular warrior this turn was BUNKER 4005. The ten other most popular fighters were DEAD DUCK 2598, REAPER 3991, MOMMA BEAR 3983, ANDERSON 3998, ANNETTE TEVERLY 3651, TATER TOT 3995, BERNICE 3996, JACINTHE 3892, JHEZRA STEELBLADE 3017, and JUANITA 3926. The least popular fighter this week was DEBRA CONKLIN 3890. The other ten least popular fighters were MELON 4007, MIKE MILLER 4006, DOANE 3997, CADDO SCOT 3975, LOTHAR LIGHTSWORD 3650, LIBERTINE 2597, DAVY PRIVETTE 3447, BANNIR PARK 3981, BARRE 4001, and UNBEATABLE 3949.