Date   : 05/07/2004    Duedate: 06/03/2004


DM-59    TURN-169

This Weeks Top Honors


(59-1811) [12-10-2,111]

Chartered Recognition Leader   Unchartered Recognition Leader

THE EXPLORERS (21)             
(59-1811) [12-10-2,111]        

Popularity Leader              This Weeks Favorite

SLAKER                         SLAKER
ISLANDERS (247)                ISLANDERS (247)
(59-2284) [10-20-0,50]         (59-2284) [10-20-0,50]



Team Name                  Point Gain  Chartered Team
1. THE EXPLORERS (21)          50
2. COLOUR GUARDS (276)          0      THE EXPLORERS (21)
3. ISLANDERS (247)             -8      Unchartered Team


The Top Teams

Career Win-Loss Record           W   L  K    %  Win-Loss Record Last 3 Turns    W  L K
 1- 1*COLOUR GUARDS (276)       13   5  0 72.2   1/ 2 THE EXPLORERS (21)       13  2 0
 2/ 3 THE EXPLORERS (21)       157 112  7 58.4   2- 1*COLOUR GUARDS (276)       6  1 0
 3/ 4 ISLANDERS (247)          145 234  5 38.3   3/ 3 ISLANDERS (247)           3 12 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 #6 ]H[ + ---:--- + ]H[ +
                                   Delarquan Edition


     Ka D'Argo looked at his crew of "explorers" and shrugged.  They were a motley
bunch, drawn from several teams, managers, and arenas, people he'd found passing
through Valamantis on their way from one place to another.  Mostly from the arenas
where they were fighting--most of them were still in Basic--to some holiday spot for
a week's recreation.  Most people assumed that gladiators always stayed home,
practicing relentlessly, but that was the way to dull your edge, not improve it.  He
glanced at Arenamistress Sitalva, but she shook her head slightly.  It was his show,
     He took a breath and began.  "You see the towers of Old Valamantis, raised by
blood sorcery."
     Everyone turned to look.
     Smeds of The Black Company, Mordant, sniffed dismissively.  "Second class
stonework," he declared.  The Dwarf's gesture took in needle-thin towers webbed
together with bridges like dreams.  "Not really stonework at all; that's built with
magic.  Was built with magic in the beginning."
     "Stupid," agreed Shamu (The Watchmen, Cliffhome).  The two Dwarves nodded at
each other.  "Unreliable.  Not like good honest stones that stay up whether you're
paying attention to them or not."
     Goblin (The Taken, Kaltos) frowned at the no-longer-ruined city.  "You mean
somebody's got to pay attention to that all the time, or it falls down?" he asked in
a voice like gravel grinding together.
     "Not EXACTLY," murmured Lavender Lance (Colour Guards, Illis).  Quickly, before
the two Dwarves could protest, she added, "In principle, yes, quite possibly.  But
nothing is EVER that simple.  What I've heard--I'm no mage, but there's always talk
of magic on Illis, you understand--is that a spell can be put into a THING, like,
well...like the sound is in a bell, maybe.  Or like the light is in a candle.  Under
the right circumstances, it comes out without anybody having to think about it right
THEN, and it keeps on existing as long as the circumstances last.  I suppose I'm
explaining that very BADLY, but--"
     "But we follow it well enough," Sputter (Joka Masher, Dwes Eg, Lord Protector)
finished.  "So there might be a THING that we could break and the towers would fall
down, hmm?"
     "Bringing the towers down again might be a good thing," Ka D'Argos interjected,
"but it won't solve the problem here, even if we could find the right spell-holders
to destroy.  That won't get rid of the people."
     "Zombies," Groblin growled contemptuously.
     "Not entirely," Sitalva said.  "We haven't gone into the old city, but we've
watched it closely, and there are some people who don't appear to be undead."
     "How can you tell?" Smeds demanded.  "Just because somebody's not falling apart
doesn't mean he isn't a NEW zombie."
     "There are live and potent Folstrom wizards in the old city," a new voice said.
The pleasant tenor seemed to come out of empty air but was quickly followed by a man
in a dark blue robe spangled with silver stars, his hair bound back from his youthful
face by a silver band.  He bowed slightly.  "Tensekai," he introduced himself, "known 
here as the Silver Mage.  Bringing down the towers without first destroying the
Folstrom would be futile, a waste of energy.  And not easy, either, as the spells
that uphold the towers are well guarded.  The important thing is that this situation,
unnatural and abominable as it is, gives us a chance to undo a great error out of the
past.  We can destroy the Folstrom this time, rather than merely driving them off."
     "Correct me if I'm wrong," Lavender Lance murmured, batting her eyelashes at the
mage, "but I HAVE read a little history.  I thought the Folstrom weren't destroyed
because it wasn't possible?  They were too strong for the Forces of Good to bring
them down completely."
     Tensekai nodded unhappily.  "That's true.  But we've had three millennia to
study further.  We have new arts and new allies to bring to the battle this time."
     "And what might the Folstrom have learned in three thousand years?" Ka D'Argos

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                         ---===DELARQUAN REGIONAL NEWS===---

 DM   1 MORDANT (turn 495): SMEDS of THE BLACK COMPANY (Darkfist, mgr.)
 DM   2 NIANIA (turn 380): TOOFLESS of GLORY BOUND TROLLS (DeGotti, mgr.)
 DM   3 OSKSI (turn 499): HARALDUR of AESIR (Buri, mgr.)
 DM   4 JHELUM (turn 496): MARCH MADNESS of SPORTZ! (Guardian, mgr.)
 DM   5 KALTOS (turn 495): FRIED TWINKIE of MORE NEW TEAMS 2 (The Muffin Man, mgr.)
 DM   6 TRANSEL (turn 498): CASEOPEIA of SCIENCE FICTION (Shocking Toad, mgr.)
 DM   7 BONSUR (turn 496): GOOBATRON of FLOWER CHILDREN (Ebenezer Frothingslosh)
 DM  10 KOLACT (turn 491): VAPID VANNA of SPRINGBORN (Still, mgr.)
 DM  18 TALCAMA (turn 482): PARALLAX of MAD SCIENTISTS (Neon Necromancer, mgr.)
 DM  21 SUNSET (turn 481): MR. TWISTER of IRONIC TAILS (Mr. Twister, mgr.)
 DM  36 JHANS (turn 455): HALO 14 of BLIND HYPOCRISY (Jekyll, mgr.)
 DM  38 CLIFFHOME (turn 446): UHLEK of DARK TOADS (TigToad, mgr.)
 DM  39 XOCHITHLAN (turn 194): SKULK of CHEAP SHOTS (?, mgr.)
 DM  42 RODEKI (turn 432): ANN ARTICHOKE of DELVERS (Nick, mgr.)
 DM  51 TRICORUS (turn 381): APPLE of FRUITS (Assurnasirbanipal, mgr.)
 DM  54 TROCAR (turn 180): MERGEN of THE BLACK COMPANY (Woelfe, mgr.)
 DM  59 ILLIS (turn 168): MACAULIFFE of THE EXPLORERS (Kellog, mgr.)
 DM  72 DRAGONHEAD (turn 146): 2 PHAT of VERMIN (Sultan, mgr.)
ADM 104 DARKHOLM (turn 374): LARGE SPINNY GUY of DIABLO TOO from TI (The Muffin Man)

                                      Top Teams
 DM   1 MORDANT (turn 495): KING'S TEN (?, mgr.)
 DM   2 NIANIA (turn 380): GLORY BOUND TROLLS (DeGotti, mgr.)
 DM   3 OSKSI (turn 499): none
 DM   4 JHELUM (turn 496): SUPERIOR FORCES ZC2 (Manager, mgr.)
 DM   5 KALTOS (turn 495): THE TAKEN (Silver Stroke, mgr.)
 DM   6 TRANSEL (turn 498): BATTLE BEASTS (Sensei Jan, mgr.)
 DM   7 BONSUR (turn 496): FLOWER CHILDREN (Ebenezer Frothingslosh, mgr.)
 DM  10 KOLACT (turn 491): DEVIL'S ADVOCATE (Assamite, mgr.)
 DM  18 TALCAMA (turn 482): BIG MEAN FISH (Big Wave Dave, mgr.)
 DM  21 SUNSET (turn 481): COSMIC FREAK OUT (Floyd, mgr.)
 DM  36 JHANS (turn 455): KAMIKAZI (Turtle, mgr.)
 DM  38 CLIFFHOME (turn 446): DENNY'S BKFAST (T'Loi, mgr.)
 DM  39 XOCHITHLAN (turn 194): CHEAP SHOTS (?, mgr.)
 DM  42 RODEKI (turn 432): none
 DM  51 TRICORUS (turn 381): FRUITS (Assurnasirbanipal, mgr.)
 DM  54 TROCAR (turn 180): PLAGUES (Abarsis, the Slaughter Priest, mgr.)
 DM  59 ILLIS (turn 168): COLOUR GUARDS (Captain Crayola, mgr.)
 DM  62 VALAMANTIS (turn 331): SRETSAMLEUD (Phat Phat, mgr.)
 DM  72 DRAGONHEAD (turn 146): X-POSSE (Savant, mgr.)

                                   Recent Graduates
 DM   3 OSKSI (turn 498): FANDRAL of AESIR (Buri, mgr.)
 DM   6 TRANSEL (turn 498): RED FUSION of IT'S NEW! (The Muffin Man, mgr.)
 DM   7 BONSUR (turn 496): GOOBATRON of FLOWER CHILDREN (Ebenezer Frothingslosh)
                           SUGARBEET of SUGAR AND SPICE (Mannequin, mgr.)
               (turn 495): HOOSIER DADDY of FLOWER CHILDREN (Ebenezer Frothingslosh)
                           JERICO of MORGAN'S BOYS (A-Sop, mgr.)
 DM  18 TALCAMA (turn 482): MORROCCO MOLE of BEAST MASTERS (The Druid, mgr.)
                            TALON of GET OUTTA MY WAY (Floyd, mgr.)
                            HO HUM HO of CENTER FOR OLDS (Suave, mgr.)
                (turn 481): DALLAS of SUPERIOR FORCES 6N (Manager, mgr.)
 DM  21 SUNSET (turn 480): GLIMMOR of GRIM FANDANGO (Stik, mgr.)
                  (turn 445): NUTCRACKER of ALL FINESSE (Mannequin, mgr.)
 DM  39 XOCHITHLAN (turn 194): TAMMY FAYE of WITLESS WONDERS (Berylstar, mgr.)
 DM  42 RODEKI (turn 432): GATE WITCH of FLAGG'S FIVE (Flagg, mgr.)
 DM  62 VALAMANTIS (turn 331): SPENCER of THE BOLT (Hombre, mgr.)
                   (turn 330): AKLAR of MITHRAL HALO (Barnabas, mgr.)

                                 DUELMASTER'S COLUMN
                             Notes from the arena champ.

     Twenty Political points twenty fights, I had expected to get my invite this
turn?  I must have missed something, oh well!!!  I guess I'll just have to stick
around here a little longer as your Duelmaster.

                    Your humble Duelmistress Macauliffe

                                      SPY REPORT

     Greetings, Warriors of ILLIS.  Allow this humble servant Novgorodny Vir to give 
you a respite from the fights in the form of this Spyreport.  COLOUR GUARDS?  Who?  
THE EXPLORERS is the top team these days, buddies!  THE EXPLORERS had cause to 
celebrate, after PARRY got 14 points by beating AMMER EAD.  Win some, lose some.  
Speaking of which, PARRY was winsome, after beating AMMER EAD and seeing him lose 12 
points.  Those who hoped for a new Duelmaster were disappointed by M. CHARDINEE, of 
ILLIS, who despite a 0-0-0 couldn't overcome ILLIS' Number 1.  So who was the warrior 
seen charging into immovable walls and challenging dead trees?  Someone's got a basic 
     My mother wished me to avoid conflict, and seek the gentle trade of Spyreporter. 
But warriors aren't supposed to avoid fights!   
     Ah, the duel!  The roar of the oppenent, the smell of the crowd!  Oh hard!  that 
to strike a flame, the match itself must needs be wasting!   
     Do not think spyreporting in ILLIS is the highlight of my life.  Keep those 
sands bloody and the buzzards fat!  ILLIS, I leave you now.  The Duelmaster has 
agreed to foot my bill at The Welcome Wench.  'Til next time-- Novgorodny Vir  

DUELMASTER                     W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 MACAULIFFE 1811              12  10  2   111       THE EXPLORERS (21)

CHALLENGER CHAMPIONS           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 COOK 2419                    10   2  0    97       THE EXPLORERS (21)

CHAMPIONS                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 DUFF 2180                     6  72  0    90       ISLANDERS (247)
 GLENN 2415                   11   2  0    69       THE EXPLORERS (21)

ADEPTS                         W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 SLAKER 2284                  10  20  0    50       ISLANDERS (247)
 LEWIS 2402                   11   5  0    48       THE EXPLORERS (21)
-CERISE CLAYMORE 2431          3   0  0    48       COLOUR GUARDS (276)
 WIMPIRA 2421                  8   3  0    40       ISLANDERS (247)

CHALLENGER INITIATES           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 PARRY 2435                    3   4  0    33       THE EXPLORERS (21)
-TURQUOISE TRIDENT 2433        3   1  0    25       COLOUR GUARDS (276)

INITIATES                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-PERIWINKLE PIKE 2430          3   1  0    21       COLOUR GUARDS (276)
 AMMER EAD 2425                4   5  0    17       ISLANDERS (247)
-LAVENDER LANCE 2429           2   0  0    16       COLOUR GUARDS (276)
-SCARLET STILETTO 2432         2   3  0     9       COLOUR GUARDS (276)
 JAN PEARL 2443                1   3  0     9       ISLANDERS (247)

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

THE DEAD               W  L K TEAM NAME             SLAIN BY             TURN Revenge?
STONEHOUSE LIGHT 2442  0  1 0 ISLANDERS 247         NEH TAEH 2438         165 NOT REVE

                                     PERSONAL ADS

Frosted Flake -- Your dreams are about to come true, I'll be returning shortly.  TOGS
is nearly over, and the funds will be free.  Hope you have enjoyed beating up on
Jorja's warriors, which isn't really difficult to do since she doesn't challenge or
change her strats.  At least Captain Crayola is keeping you honest with actual
challenges. -- Phantasm
P.S.  I was sad to see you inactive in 100.  Just think, 2468 more wins and you can
beat your chest in that arena.  Or, you can shoot for the stars and get a 50% W/L

Captain Crayola -- Good to see you in Illis (and any other arena for that matter).
You are always an enjoyable presence in the arena and the personal ads. -- Phantasm,
mgr. of the soon to return Improved Illusion

Jorja -- I couldn't leave you out since I've written to everyone else in the arena.
Will be back shortly, and will write personals.  Have to see if I can get Fizban back
too, but he is having so much fun in 31. -- Phantasm

Ed. -- And hello to you. -- Phantasm

     Howdy. -- Ed., having a laconic day

Bap homet -- Leaving so soon?  Have I frightened you away, too?  If you come back, I
promise not to bite...too hard. -- Kellog

Duff -- You are known at my stable as mister reliable; thanks for the skills. -- Cook

All -- Death Fest is Coming!  You have been Forewarned! -- [You Know Who!]

Cook -- So long as it isn't ME you're cooking. -- Duff

Glenn -- (sigh)  I hate it when I start moving in circles around my opponent.  Next
thing I know, I'm dizzy and falling down.  Damn. -- Slaker

Too bad the captured orc isn't a REAL orc.  There's more blood in a real orc than in
a wimpy Ratani. -- Wimpira

H'I H'eat cult members for breakfast. -- Ammer Ead

He says he wasn't really a Mordanti deserter, he says he was an Illisni spy who came
in from the cold. -- Jan Pearl

Macauliffe -- I forget exactly, would have to look it up, but it's currently held by
Life of Osksi, who graduated at something like 14-93, beating out Innocence of
Dullens who went at 14-86. -- Duff
P.S.  Of course, I couldn't hope to match Job of Talcama, who started with a 72-fight
losing streak....

14 April 2004
CHAOS Inc. proudly announces our newest member, Silver Stroke.  He becomes the
seventh brother of Chaos.  We shall indeed be better for his joining.

6 May 2004
                                     DEATH FEST

     The ferocious ghosts of former glories whispered across the wind swept sands of
DM 59; agonizing incessantly due to the diminutive demise of the Delarq arena known
as Illis.
     Tattered banners and forgotten memories wailed in the wind for a dynamic death
march to dawn once more upon the blood stained sands of the Delarq slow arena.
     The distant call crying for  a declaration of restoration amidst the ruin of the
all but forgotten Delarq arena carried to the far corners of Alastari; drawing the
Devious, the Diabolical, the Dangerous and the Down Challenging to cross blades and
wage warfare among an assemblage of new stables managed by the Known and Unknown;
willing to spill fresh blood, while carving their destiny during 15 Rounds of contest
driven combat to be known as the "Illis Incredibly Diabolical Delarq Death Fest".
     A lone cloaked figure huddled by lamplight in a remote outpost near the
crossroads of ElseWhere and ElseWhen; feverishly formulating the foundational
framework for the dawning of the Delarq Death Fest in DM 59, complete with
Gladiatorial Commission sanctioned prizes to promote the growing thirst for a Delarq
Slow Arena Death Festival.

     Delarq Death Fest Opening Round debuts the first turn immediately following the
Summer 2004 F2F Tourney and continues through the completion of 15 consecutive
     Death Fest points are Won or Lost ONLY in the DM 59 Delarq Slow Arena [Tourneys
DO NOT Add or Subtract from the Death Fest Point Scoring System]:

Death Fest Scoring Format:
Win =3D +2 pts
Loss =3D -1 pt
Kill =3D +5 pts [in addition to +2 pts for Win]
Death =3D -3 pts [in addition to 1 pt for Loss]
Dark Arena Kill =3D +10 pts [in addition to +2 pts for Win]
Dark Arena Death =3D -5 pts [in addition to 1 pt for Loss]
Revenged Blood Feud =3D +5 pts [successful Revenged Blood Feud provides Death Fest
contestants the opportunity to cancel out 3 pts for Death and 1 pt for Loss; while
gaining +1 pt overall for the Revenged Blood Feud in addition to the +2 pts for Win]

    DEATH FEST PRIZES will be awarded to the Top Ten Death Fest Stables on the basis
of Total Points*** accumulated during the 15 rounds of competition as follows:

1.  Favorite Weapon Knowledge for 1 (one) warrior ranked Initiate or higher on the
Final Round to be revealed by RSI to each of the Top Ten Death Fest Stables
2.  Renaming of Dark Arena Monsters and NPCs [yet to be determined according to how
many DA Monsters and NPCs are available in DM 59 for Renaming]
3.  The Top Five Death Fest Stables will receive New Team Rollup Certificates as
follows:  1st (10), 2nd (8), 3rd (6), 4th (4) and 5th (2)
4.  Renaming Illis Arena for 6 months plus Receiving 6 months Free Play courtesy of
RSI will be awarded to the manager of the 1st Place Death Fest Stable
5.  Discussions are underway regarding a possible Special Award granted to the Illis
Iron Stable qualifiers who compete in 67 of a possible 75 fights during the course of
the 15 consecutive rounds of the Death Fest [Key Factor is How Many (?) stables will
be competing in the Death Fest without drawing away participation by current managers
in the remaining slow arenas!]  Therefore, it is important for all managers entering
stables in DM 59 for the upcoming Death Fest to contact RSI as soon as possible
regarding their participation in this contest so that a Final Ruling on the proposed
Illis Iron Stable Award can be issued by RSI.

***TieBreaker is determined on the Final Round by the DM 59 Newsletter Recognition
Rankings.  The stable with the Highest Ranked Active Gladiator is granted the
decision.  [Example: Warrior A and Warrior B are both listed in the Recognition
Rankings with 87 pts; however, because Warrior A is listed in the Recognition
Rankings ahead of Warrior B, then Warrior A is granted the TieBreaker Decision for
His/Her stable!]

     Opening Round Team Spotlight Bonus [minimum 15 paragraphs!]  Each Delarq Death
Fest competitor who writes a Team Spotlight featuring their Stable (Name) and
Managerial Alias [Gladiatorial Names Optional] in regards to competing in the Delarq
Death Fest will receive 25 pts added to His/Her opening round score.
     Illis Iron Stable Bonus [in addition to the proposed award awaiting RSI
approval!]  Any manager whose stable competes in at least 67 of the possible 75
fights during the 15 rounds of Death Fest receives 25 points added to His/Her final
overall score [this allows each stable the cushion of missing one round of

competition; plus up to 3 additional fights due to waiting for replacement rollups
from Deaths suffered either in Tourneys or during the Death Fest contest in DM 59
over the course of 15 rounds of competition!]

Delarq Death Fest
Hosted by Hammer
[Who Else?]

                                  LAST WEEK'S FIGHTS

COOK viciously subdued DUFF in a crowd pleasing 2 minute gruesome Challenge fight.
LEWIS subdued SLAKER in a exciting 4 minute Challenge melee.
MACAULIFFE overpowered M. CHARDINEE in a 2 minute bloody mismatched Title duel.
GLENN overpowered WIMPIRA in a 4 minute one-sided fight.
AMMER EAD was devastated by PARRY in a 1 minute uneven brawl.
JAN PEARL defeated MORDANT DESERTER in a 1 minute novice's struggle.

                                    BATTLE REPORT

             MOST POPULAR                        RECORD DURING THE LAST 10 TURNS     
|FIGHTING STYLE               FIGHTS        FIGHTING STYLE     W -   L -  K   PERCENT|
|TOTAL PARRY                      2         PARRY-RIPOSTE     10 -   2 -  0      83  |
|BASHING ATTACK                   2         TOTAL PARRY       25 -   9 -  0      74  |
|WALL OF STEEL                    2         BASHING ATTACK    18 -   8 -  1      69  |
|PARRY-LUNGE                      1         AIMED BLOW         2 -   1 -  1      67  |
|PARRY-RIPOSTE                    1         LUNGING ATTACK    17 -  12 -  1      59  |
|LUNGING ATTACK                   1         STRIKING ATTACK    8 -   7 -  1      53  |
|PARRY-STRIKE                     1         WALL OF STEEL     12 -  12 -  0      50  |
|AIMED BLOW                       0         SLASHING ATTACK    5 -   5 -  1      50  |
|SLASHING ATTACK                  0         PARRY-LUNGE        2 -   4 -  0      33  |
|STRIKING ATTACK                  0         PARRY-STRIKE       2 -  10 -  0      17  |

Turn 169 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:

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

                               TOP WARRIOR OF EACH STYLE

FIGHTING STYLE   WARRIOR                     W   L  K PNTS TEAM NAME                  
PARRY-RIPOSTE    MACAULIFFE 1811            12  10  2  111 THE EXPLORERS (21)
BASHING ATTACK   COOK 2419                  10   2  0   97 THE EXPLORERS (21)
TOTAL PARRY      GLENN 2415                 11   2  0   69 THE EXPLORERS (21)
WALL OF STEEL    WIMPIRA 2421                8   3  0   40 ISLANDERS (247)
Note: Warriors have a winning record and are an Adept or Above.

The overall popularity leader is SLAKER 2284.  The most popular warrior this turn was 
SLAKER 2284.  The ten other most popular fighters were COOK 2419, MACAULIFFE 1811, 
WIMPIRA 2421, LEWIS 2402, JAN PEARL 2443, PARRY 2435, DUFF 2180, GLENN 2415, AMMER 
EAD 2425, and  0.

The least popular fighter this week was AMMER EAD 2425.  The other ten least popular 
fighters were GLENN 2415, DUFF 2180, PARRY 2435, JAN PEARL 2443, LEWIS 2402, WIMPIRA 
2421, MACAULIFFE 1811, COOK 2419, SLAKER 2284, and  0.