Date   : 08/19/2019    Duedate: 08/31/2019


DM-62    TURN-722

This Weeks Top Honors


MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)
(62-4822) [15-16-1,129]

Chartered Recognition Leader   Unchartered Recognition Leader

LOUIS OHIA                     SIKWIT
MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)            UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)
(62-4822) [15-16-1,129]        (62-5064) [6-2-0,34]

Popularity Leader              This Weeks Favorite

LOUIS OHIA                     LOUIS OHIA
MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)            MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)
(62-4822) [15-16-1,129]        (62-4822) [15-16-1,129]


MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)

Team Name                  Point Gain  Chartered Team
1. MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)         65
2. EQUULEUS (492)               6      EQUULEUS (492)
3. UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)      4      Unchartered Team
5. BATTLE DWARVES (485)         0      UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)

The Top Teams

Career Win-Loss Record           W   L  K    %  Win-Loss Record Last 3 Turns    W  L K
 1- 1*BATTLE DWARVES (485)       1   0  1  100   1/ 1 MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)       8  7 1
 2/ 2*UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)    6   2  0 75.0   2- 2 DIAMONDS IN THE RU (386)  4  0 0
 3- 3 DIAMONDS IN THE RU (386)  30  15  0 66.7   3/ 3 EQUULEUS (492)            3  3 0
 4/ 0*ALTERED STATES (495)       2   1  0 66.7   4/ 5*UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)   2  1 0
 5/ 4 EQUULEUS (492)            53  32  0 62.4   5- 4*BATTLE DWARVES (485)      1  0 1
 6/ 5 STRIKER FORCE (19)       301 211 16 58.8   6/ 6 STRIKER FORCE (19)        0  2 0
 7/ 6 MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)      699 790 15 46.9   7/ 0*ALTERED STATES (495)      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

Duelmasters History 101...

Way back when...

     I remember my first Face to Face experience like it was yesterday. It was 1991 
and I just had graduated from Colgate University in May -- I was already looking for a 
job and planned on taking a month or two to relax and get into the swing of not being 
in school for the first time in my life.
     At the time I was running two Duelmasters teams, the Devil Advocates in Arvat and 
the Angels of Pain in Zukal. As I recall, Vengeance had JUST graduated in Zukal. This 
was pretty much the Golden Age of Duelmasters -- when Primus was the place to be and 
17/17 warriors were highly competitive in tournaments. People had learned many of the 
'secrets' of the game, but they were jealously guarded and the competition was fierce. 
It was also the age of newsletter antagonism, with many 'Bad Guys' in almost all 
arenas and even 'Evil Alliances' like the Dark Circle in full swing.
     Amidst all of that I heard that RSI had decided to try a first ever East Coast 
Face to Face Tournament! In Baltimore! I had some gift money from my graduation in my 
pocket and all of 8 guys to run in the tournament, so I thought it would be awesome to 
drive down and check out the Face to Face scene. For years I'd been envious of those 
who got to go to the Tempe tournaments, and now I'd get to go to one myself! I spoke 
with Mad Mad (who, at that time was all of 18 years old and working as a gas station 
attendant near our Mom's house) and we agreed. We were going to the Face to Face!
     The following day we started making plans, sent in our strategies and figuring 
out a meal budget that wouldn't break the bank. Better yet, a friend of the family was 
a travel agent and she told us that Eastern Airlines (yep, before Delta took over!) 
had a special round trip fare from Hartford to BWI for $79 that summer! Easily worth 
the savings on gas, parking and tolls!
     Just before the tournament I had sent RSI a request for a new team -- yes, just 
ONE team sheet -- and got back a neat one. My brother and I rolled up the team, the 
Erdman Brothers, and we each took 2 warriors and DAed the scrubby 5th guy. These 
warriors became Teddy Brewster and I Backstroke, some of our most iconic guys. And we 
eagerly started running, prepping them for the Novices tournament!
     All said and done, I had 12 warriors set to run, including 6 mis-timed basic 
guys, a novice, a rookie and several ADM guys including my flagship warrior, 
Vengeance, who previously had been my first guy to break 4 wins in a tournament, going 
6-3-1 in his Adepts run. I planned on buying some rollups and adding some rookies at 
the tournament. My expectations were essentially non-existent, but I hoped to learn a 
lot and have an amazing time. Just before the tournament a personal ad we had put in a 
bunch of newsletters was answered and we got a call from a player looking for room 
mate(s). To this day I can't recall the guy's name or much about him, only that he 
knew Phido and at the time Phido was phasing out of Duelmasters and giving away many 
of his warriors. This person had been given 'Spaceman Spiff' -- an up and coming 
warrior of Phido's and he was willing to share numbers and info on all of his 
warriors! We eagerly accepted him as a roomie and were looking forward to meeting him.

     We flew into Baltimore early Friday afternoon and caught the shuttle from BWI to 
the Inner Harbor area. Unlike some of the later FTFs, the hotel was very nice and in a 
business area. We checked in with no mishaps and were incredibly psyched for the 
     We sought out and found the convention room and from my recollection, it was 
mobbed. RSI could probably provide more info on numbers, but it felt like well over 50 
managers in attendance. All the tables were already taken up and we knew ABSOLUTELY NO 
     Just then the hotel staff moved in a couple of new tables and we nabbed one in 
the back corner, setting up our paperwork. At the next table there was a manager 
eagerly looking through a pile of rollup sheets. He had bought 100 sheets there at the 
FTF. I was stunned. ONE HUNDRED SHEETS??? It was like he had a pile of gold and gems 
in front of him. We assumed he must have been a super-manager or something. And he did 
have one warrior in Primus -- a warrior named Swiftdeath. Who he was very pleased 
with. I think he started out 4-0 in the Primus tournament before getting beat up -- 
which we also thought was a mighty feat.
     We went up front and timidly requested 5 rollups each... Which was as much as our 
meager budgets could allow. Mad Max got a couple of good warriors (one was a 17/17 
lunger type that was a good performer for him) but my rollups were really crappy. I 
knew enough at this point to know that Wit and Will were GOOD and Size was BAD. And I 
had 12 guys SZ 16+ out of those 25 warriors and not one of them could get 17/17 or 
better. I filled the sheets out and was planning on turning them in and seeing what 
happened. But first we had to eat, so we stashed our stuff in our room. Our roommate 
had not yet arrived -- he was arriving in the evening.
     (Segue -- I remember meeting everyone from RSI who was there at that tournament, 
but only vaguely. I clearly remember meeting Lee and Kathy at the Orlando FTF the next 
year -- but I was pretty intimidated by everyone that first year. I'm PRETTY sure I 
met Sue. And Sandy. But that also might have been Orlando! My brother, being way more 
social overall than I am, I'm sure met everyone!)
     At that first FTF there was an actual 'Manager's Reception' with food and drinks. 
It wasn't like a feast or anything, but I recall cold cuts and fruit and whatnot, 
which was great for us -- it saved us from having to pay for a meal! Plus we got to 
talk to some of the managers. However... that was something of a letdown. Most of them 
were pretty arrogant and had zero time to talk to nobodies like us. I recall finding 
out who Sharkey was -- and he pretty much ignored us. And there were several other 
conversations which went like the classic Guardian quote, "I'm Guardian, who the F are 
     But we met one guy, even younger than we were, who went by Fewmaster Toede, and 
he seemed like a nice kid, and the guy at the table next to us with the 100 rollups 
was nice enough. In fact, as we were eating sandwiches, he started talking about his 
'Quest' to make an army of SZ 21 warriors. His theory was that because size was the 
one unchangeable stat, the only way to make warriors that were superior was to take 
advantage of the 'extra' points of size and make good, big, bonused warriors. It 
sounded like a reasonable idea at the time. He then went on to bemoan the fact that in 
his 100 sheets he didn't get ANY 21 SZ warriors. He said that if anyone gave him a SZ 
21 sheet he would let that person look through his 100 sheets and pick whatever they 
wanted. I thought that was awesome! And I recalled seeing a SZ 21 in my cruddy rollups 
I had purchased earlier -- so I ran up to the room to get my stuff. As I got there I 
ran into our roommate! He had just checked in with the hotel and had gotten the key we 
left for him at the front desk. He was unpacking his stuff. So we started a quick 
conversation about Duelmasters, Phido's warriors and some of his warriors. He had a 3 
ring binder with photocopies of many of the 'famous' warriors of the time -- E. 
Hemmingway, Gypsy Moth... and then he had Spaceman Spiff who Phido had given him. I 
remember looking at the beautiful stats. As I recall he was a SZ 5, 17 wit, 21 will 
marvel... Which was way prettier than any warrior I owned except Vengeance. I shared 
Vengeance's numbers with him and he was impressed. He predicted Vengeance would won 
day win a Primus tournament! I hoped that would be the case! We talked a little bit 
about strategies also, but I then grabbed my rollup sheets and hurried down to the 
convention room.
     As I went down, I sorted through the 5 team sheets. Sure enough, there was a SZ 
21 guy! But wait! The sheet actually had TWO SZ 21s on it! Woo hoo!
     I marched right in and found the guy with the pile of sheets. Proudly I showed 
him the team of giants. True to his word, he handed me the heap of 100 warriors and 
said I could pick whichever one I wanted. So I started digging through. It was pretty 
amazing seeing all those team sheets. There were many warriors with 21 wits! To that 
point the only 21 wit guy I'd ever had was Teddy Brewster. Mad Max had a replacement 
warrior in 32 who also had a 21 wit, but he had no deftness and weird other stats. I 
was tempted by several of the 21 wit guys. But I was looking for Spaceman Spiff! I 
wanted a PL and I wanted one that looked like that!
     Eventually I came across a sheet that had what I wanted! So pretty! A SZ 5, 17 
wit, 21 will warrior with no weaknesses! I greedily took it and sealed the deal. I 
filled out the team with a name I'd saved for this occasion... Satan's Kingdom! And 
the new parry lunger became Rabid Moose! Tortured Trout on the same team was also very 
nice, so I handed in that sheet and strategies for both for rookies!
     Fewmaster Toede also found a SZ 21 guy in the rollups he bought and he picked out 
a SZ 4 monster who also had 17WT, 21 WL and he made it a Wall of Steel.
     I got Rabid Moose back and I was in love! 10-13-5-17-21-5-13 was his design. And 
he rolled good damage (which even then I knew was lucky!) and had an Expert attack! 
The only other warrior I had seen to that point with an expert attack to start was 
Vengeance. I was ready to predict a rookies TV for me!

     So the tournament started. Even though I didn't have anyone in the Primus 
tournament, I followed that class with rapt attention. I also followed my own guys, 
but was most excited about Teddy and Rabid Moose. I was eager to see how young 
Vengeance would do also, but didn't expect much due to his inexperience.
     The actual tournament was AWESOME. The hustle and action, managers shouting out 
when they won fights (or got killed), and the constant output of turns. I tried to 
hang around tables of experienced managers in the hopes that some would want to show 
off impressive fights and I could see their strategies. And during the actual 
tournament people were way more accepting of newbies and I did see and learn a ton.
     By Sunday most of my feeble entrants had ben knocked out. Vengeance was hanging 
in there in ADM at 5-2, which was great! My 2nd ever graduate. T. Deville, a TP, was 
amazingly at 6-1 in ADM! Sadly, Teddy Brewster and Rabid Moose went 1-3 and 3-3 in 
Novices and Rookies respectively. I still had a TP from Arvat, Sir Berus, sitting at 
6-1 in Apprentices also as well as a TP at 5-2 in Novices. Sir Berus was a badly 
designed scum type and the other one was a neat offensive type. Also my new wall of 
steel from Zukal, Justice, was sitting at 5-2 in rookies. Mad Max had Teddy's Brother, 
I Backstroke, in excellent shape at 6-1 in novices.
     In Primus, some upsets had been going on and Donatello had taken some losses. 
Mirage had inherited Teetotaler from Phido and Tee was doing very well, but Doc 
LeGrand was having a great tournament and Gypsy Moth and Madam Butterfly were both 
doing great.
     At our table, Fewmaster Toede had several guys with an inside track to TV 
including the Wall of Steel he got for his 21 SZ rollup. That one was named Fuzzy 
Warrior and he was undefeated! 7-0! We were all very impressed.
     In the end, my guys slowly fell like dominoes... Vengeance went out at 5-3, which 
gave me tremendous hope for the future. Justice got scummed by Fewmaster Toede's TP to 
lose out on a TV going 7-3 in rookies. Same deal with the TP I had in novices -- 
another 7-3. And my big surprise, T. Deville, in ADM getting taken down by Lethal of 
Engines of Doom. Another 7-3. However my crappy scum, Sir Berus, just kept fighting 
guys he could beat and went 9-1, for my first TV. Seeing as my personal record for a 
tournament prior to that had been 6 wins, getting 3 guys to go 7-3 and a TV... I was 
ecstatic. Plus, my new super warrior, Rabid Moose, had ended rookies with ADEX attack 
and experts in parry and defense, which seemed like a great start for him despite his 
3-3 tournament. I Backstroke was strong on day two and TVed Novices for Mad Max, which 
was his first and made him incredibly happy.
     Aaaand as the tournament wound down, Fewmaster Toede's WS was STILL undefeated! 
10-0! In fact... he had TWO undefeated guys, as another of his warriors -- Flea -- was 
also 10-0! I'm pretty sure Flea was a TP, but I'm not 100% on that after 28 years. 
Toede asked Mad Max and me to help him in the runoffs and we were happy to be 
included. So we scouted styles and found out what everyone in the runoffs was and even 
got to look at some fights of the other warriors in prior rounds, scouting attack 
locations, armor, weapons. Back then we thought we were brilliant doing this -- even 
though it is so commonplace today.
     Also from my memory, all the other guys were total parries. And though Fuzzy 
Warrior (and Flea) had plenty of endurance, neither did much damage -- which made 
victory a challenge.
     In round 11, Flea fought another TP and was scummed in 19 minutes. It probably 
could have gone either way, but he lost and was eliminated. Fuzzy Warrior got lucky 
and fought a stand in. We were all psyched by that!
     In round 12... ANOTHER stand in! Fuzzy mangled a Convicted Thief!!!
     And then there were two. Fuzzy Warrior vs. a MIGHTY scum named Veritech Fighter. 
He had previously won fights in 20-30 minutes and clearly had way greater endurance 
than Fuzzy. And Fuzzy wasn't likely to take him on damage since he wasn't critting at 
all and did normal damage. We got to look at two of Veritech Fighter's fights from 
earlier in the tournament, one vs. another Wall of Steel. I noticed that around minute 
12 the TP was getting tired and then getting hit by the Wall of Steel, but not enough 
and the WS eventually toppled over from exhaustion. So we came up with what we 
considered to be a great plan. We put Fuzzy in lighter armor -- ring or scale or 
something, gave him a big weapon -- a GS, even though he was too short -- and ran him 
super slow to start. 2-1-6 for the first 5 minutes, then 4-1-6 bash in min 6+. 
Targeting the left leg to slow him down...
     Then it was time... For 10 minutes the warriors stood, circled and did the 
scumfest tango. Fuzzy made some attacks with his GS, but only landed one. In minute 5 
out of nowhere he made a GS crit, hit Veritch fighter in the left leg and it was a 
massive blow! We all cheered with hope!
     Sadly... in minute 10 Fuzzy started getting tired. And we groaned.
     But then in minute 12 Veritech Fighter was also tired. And the scumfest 
     Minute 13, Fuzzy Warrior bashed with his GS and Veritech Fighter took a shot to 
the left leg. In minute 14 Fuzzy Warrior bashed with his GS and another hit to the 
left leg! The TP was desperate!
     Aaaand Fuzzy Warrior was staggering with exhaustion. He struggled to hold up his 
weapons! He circled about aimlessly...
     Minute 15... and again, out of nowhere! A GS crit! Veritch Fighter took the blow 
to the left leg AGAIN! Spectators cringed as the horrific power of the blow struck 
     And it was over! Fuzzy Warrior had won! Yes, it was victory for Fewmaster Toede, 
but I took it as a moral victory for me as well!

     So the tournament was over, but the addiction had been stoked and the fires 
burned brighter than ever!

     Hope you all enjoyed! -- The Dark One
(Thanks to Assur for having the newsletter.  For YEARs others -- I'm thinking 
Marmaduke -- thought someone else had won rookies that tournament -- but I knew 

                                      SPY REPORT

     Hail VALAMANTIS!  Warriors of the arena, prepare to be praised and blamed for 
your deeds.  And let's see, LOUIS OHIA fought ON STRIKE and gained 50 points and 
contributed to MIDDLE WAY 10's 3-2-1.  PETE MOSS has lost to VENOMOUS CONCUBINE, 
falling 7 points, while helping make MIDDLE WAY 10 a 3-2-1 turn.  This turn EPSILON 
EQUULEI Dark Arena Challenged MISTRESS SITALVA in what was VALAMANTIS' Title bout.  
The crowds were amazed this turn, as MISTRESS SITALVA killed the Duelmaster, EPSILON 
EQUULEI, leaving EQUULEUS in mourning.  This incredible death has allowed, I might 
add, LOUIS OHIA from MIDDLE WAY 10 to ascend to the throne of Duelmaster, and I hear 
DARK ARENA is not happy.  Can someone confirm a rumor for me?  I hear the top team 
makes their losing fighters do dishes at Drake's Lodge until they win.  Maybe?   
     I tell you, a green quarterstaff lasts longer than a seasoned sapling.  A basher 
friend of mine assures me this is true.  STRIKER FORCE has cause to stand tall, as 
they were VALAMANTIS' most avoided team.  A smart manager knows this is a team to 
beat.  And avoiding STRIKER FORCE more than any other team we find ALTERED STATES.  
VALAMANTIS, are we going to accept, or respect this sort of thing?   
     The Dark Arena is for those who cannot win, not who cannot lose with grace.  
Dignity in life or death is the warrior's creed.  Hearty mugs of ale were raised in 
VALAMANTIS today as ON STRIKE was bid farewell to a 19-10-1 warrior, with LOUIS OHIA 
of MIDDLE WAY 10 standing silent and pensive.  We'd like to remind certain teams not 
to rob the graves of their enemies.  You know who you are; and it's considered rude.  
     Thought for the day, a new sword shines bright, but the notched sword sings the 
sweetest.  Well, I'm burning daylight here in VALAMANTIS and I've a long road ahead 
of me.  Happy Trails.  Until you see my quill in VALAMANTIS again, farewell-- Alarond 
the Scribe  

DUELMASTER                     W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 LOUIS OHIA 4822              15  16  1   129       MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)

CHALLENGER CHAMPIONS           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
-THE BIG 'OH' 3734            12   5  0   126       DIAMONDS IN THE RUFF (386)

CHALLENGER ADEPTS              W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 PETE MOSS 4830               12  13  0    63       MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)
-THREE RIVERS 4295             7   0  0    60       DIAMONDS IN THE RUFF (386)
 DELTA EQUULEI 5007           12  12  0    59       EQUULEUS (492)

ADEPTS                         W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 NEOSHA PALMER 4823           12  19  0    55       MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)
-HOUSE RUTH BUILT 4711         3   2  0    54       DIAMONDS IN THE RUFF (386)
-POLO GROUNDS 5022             5   1  0    44       DIAMONDS IN THE RUFF (386)
-CANDLESTICK 4714              3   4  0    44       DIAMONDS IN THE RUFF (386)
 SIKWIT 5064                   6   2  0    34       UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)

CHALLENGER INITIATES           W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 MARINA QUINN 5060             4   5  0    30       MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)

INITIATES                      W   L  K POINTS      TEAM NAME                  
 PUNCH DRUNK 5028              2   1  0    22       ALTERED STATES (495)
-FAHTER GROUDCRUSHER 4954      1   0  1    22       BATTLE DWARVES (485)
-AUXILIARY 5041                1   5  0    16       STRIKER FORCE (19)
 SAM URGO 5071                 1   0  0    16       MIDDLE WAY 10 (420)

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

THE DEAD                W  L K TEAM NAME            SLAIN BY              TURN Revenge?
EPSILON EQUULEI 5020   17  4 0 EQUULEUS 492         MISTRESS SITALVA      722  NONE
ROSANNE TILLEY 5067     2  1 0 MIDDLE WAY 10 420    FAHTER GROUDCRUS 4954 721   
ON STRIKE 4976         19 10 1 STRIKER FORCE 19     LOUIS OHIA 4822       722   

                                     PERSONAL ADS

Episilon Equulei -- Good.  I didn't want to do a column, and Jorja would have 
insisted. -- Louis Ohia

Merchants, bah. -- Pete Moss

Delta Equulei -- Well, I guess it's true about cats landing on their feet. -- Neosha 
Palmer, pleasantly surprised

Sikwit -- It's probably the "weird name effect," right?  Or the funny hat. -- Marina 

Father Groundcrusher -- *I* was not a piece of ground! -- ghost of Rosanne Tilley

Our congratulations to Epsilon Equulei. -- Jorja and the Middle Way

                                  LAST WEEK'S FIGHTS

EPSILON EQUULEI was butchered by MISTRESS SITALVA in a 1 minute Dark Arena fight.
ON STRIKE was viciously butchered by LOUIS OHIA in a 4 minute veteran's Title duel.
PETE MOSS was overpowered by VENOMOUS CONCUBINE in a 1 minute mismatched duel.
NEOSHA PALMER was bested by DELTA EQUULEI in a 2 minute veteran's fight.
SIKWIT subdued PUNCH DRUNK in a 2 minute competition.
MARINA QUINN devastated EMBEZZLING SCRIBE in a 1 minute one-sided duel.
SAM URGO unbelievably bested EMBEZZLING SCRIBE in a 2 minute amateur's match.

                                    BATTLE REPORT

             MOST POPULAR                        RECORD DURING THE LAST 10 TURNS     
|FIGHTING STYLE               FIGHTS        FIGHTING STYLE     W -   L -  K   PERCENT|
|STRIKING ATTACK                  5         LUNGING ATTACK     7 -   2 -  0      78  |
|AIMED BLOW                       2         WALL OF STEEL      9 -   3 -  1      75  |
|LUNGING ATTACK                   1         AIMED BLOW        17 -  10 -  0      63  |
|WALL OF STEEL                    1         SLASHING ATTACK    6 -   4 -  0      60  |
|TOTAL PARRY                      1         TOTAL PARRY        6 -   5 -  0      55  |
|PARRY-LUNGE                      0         STRIKING ATTACK   24 -  22 -  1      52  |
|PARRY-STRIKE                     0         PARRY-STRIKE       0 -   1 -  0       0  |
|PARRY-RIPOSTE                    0         PARRY-RIPOSTE      0 -   1 -  0       0  |
|SLASHING ATTACK                  0         PARRY-LUNGE        0 -   0 -  0       0  |
|BASHING ATTACK                   0         BASHING ATTACK     0 -   1 -  0       0  |

Turn 722 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:

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

                               TOP WARRIOR OF EACH STYLE

FIGHTING STYLE   WARRIOR                     W   L  K PNTS TEAM NAME                  
WALL OF STEEL    SIKWIT 5064                 6   2  0   34 UNKNOWN LEGACY 29 (497)
Note: Warriors have a winning record and are an Adept or Above.

The overall popularity leader is LOUIS OHIA 4822.  The most popular warrior this turn 
was LOUIS OHIA 4822.  The ten other most popular fighters were ON STRIKE 4976, DELTA 
MARINA QUINN 5060, PETE MOSS 4830,  0, and  0.

The least popular fighter this week was PETE MOSS 4830.  The other ten least popular 
fighters were MARINA QUINN 5060, SIKWIT 5064, NEOSHA PALMER 4823, SAM URGO 5071, 
PUNCH DRUNK 5028, DELTA EQUULEI 5007, ON STRIKE 4976, LOUIS OHIA 4822,  0, and  0.

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