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-There will be no flaming (insulting), spamming (making stupid, inane posts) and flame-baiting (luring someone into flaming you).

-You can't use deceased wrestlers. The only exception to this rule is if you're doing a federation that takes place in the 80s or something similar.

-Keep everything regarding your federation in one thread.

-There are three places where you can advertise a federation: in the thread of that federation, in your signature and in the Fed Thread. Nowhere else, if we find any advertising elsewhere, you will receive a warning for SPAM.

-Don't expect to get reviews from other people if you don't give reviews yourself. If you don't want any feedback to your shows, fine.

-Don't give feedback in the middle of a show. Posting in the middle of a show will result in deletion of your post and a warning for spam.

-You are not expected to leave a full on review of the show (though you can if you like). All you are required to do is to write a few comments with some substance behind them. This in no way shape or form means you can post one line reviews, they will be deleted and warned. So don’t post something like "Wow, great show! 9/10!".

-Even though it is creative writing, due to board rules we cannot allow racial and/or homophobic slurs/insults/etc. in your feds. This type of language will be warned immediately. And please note - racism is an automatic ban.

-Don't get mad when someone rips your show to pieces. Use the criticism in a positive way and use it to increase the quality of your federation. When someone insults you instead of giving good feedback, report that post to the Moderators.

-Don't bump your thread to the top if you've written nothing new in days. It just pushes other threads that are active down.

-If you're going to write a federation, put some effort in it. Stuff with horrendous grammar and spelling and no punctuation will be deleted. So will posts that only have ten or so sentences. They are regarded as spam. If you don't put effort into writing, don't even bother.

-If you're tired of your current federation and want to start a new one or return to an older federation, your current one must have at least four regular shows and a Pay-Per-View. This is done to prevent threads that have one or two posts in it. If you don't follow this rule, you'll be forbidden to start a new federation or return to an old federation for two weeks. If you make a fed within two weeks of the first one closing or return to an old fed, will we lock your thread, and it will not be opened for ANOTHER two weeks. For example, if you leave your thread on the 1st of the month and then make another one on the 10th, we will lock your new thread until the 24th. Two weeks from the opening of your new thread, remember that folks! For those whos fed follow the 'DVD Format' your fed must have contained at least four chapters in order to bypass the two week rule.

- Posters are now allowed a second fed, providing they have proven their commitment to their first fed. Permission to start a second fed will be granted from the moderating team. We will not consider anyone whose fed has not lasted at least two pay-per-views, however, this does not guarantee we will say yes.

- Two feds at a time Max.

- If you have two running at the same time, both must be updated a minimum of every 30 days. If this is not maintained without valid reason, one will be closed (poster's choice as to which is closed).

- If you abandon a fed/fed gets closed/etc., then you must wait until gaining permission again to start another second fed.

-You can also have one additional non-Fed related story in addition to your federation. This non-Fed has a two week rule, meaning you wait two weeks from the last post to post a new one.

-You do not need to contact WMS or RT to close a thread for you if you're moving on to a new project. Just let it drop to the bottom. We will also no longer be cleaning old threads for you -- start a new thread. Also, we do NOT delete threads. We keep them around for historical value.

-Spotlight of the Month: this is currently decided by the Power 10 Rankings. The winner is given the dubious honor of being the Spotlight of the Month. That Fed will be stickied for the entire month with the added extension “Spotlight of the Month” added to the end of their Fed Title.

-No more "I'll be starting a fed soon" or "more to come soon". Start your fed with substance or it will be deleted. And then you’ll have to wait two weeks to start another one.

-Plagiarizing is a serious offence and anyone caught doing so will be banned without warning.

-Multi-Participation Threads are banned for the time being, they descend into chaos too quick and quite frankly too much time is spent modding them.

-DO NOT post reviews of reviews, arguing with every person who reviews you. If you would like, after a substantial period of time, to reply to all reviews together, fine. Mindless bumps will not be accepted.

-Please note that all your shows and PPVs must take place in your thread not on a website elsewhere. Everybody else can write it here, so can you.

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- Please do not post "get on AIM/MSN/Yahoo." If you want them to do so, send them a Private Message or Rep asking so. There is no need to waste a post doing so.

- General Discussion is banned from Fan Fiction. It was great while it lasted, but it was abused too many times.

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Fan Fiction Year End Awards - Best Match Writer

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  • Fan Fiction Year End Awards - Best Match Writer

    2016 Fan Fiction Year End Awards
    Best Match Writer


    Finding a fed with consistent, quality matches written out in full is becoming a rarity. With our lives becoming busier and more distractions at our disposal than ever, it's no mystery why. However, despite entering the age of the summarized show, the people on this list still commit to their fed 110% and bring us top quality bouts week in and week out.

    Vote for your favourite. Voting will remain open for one week.
    9
    Big Evil
    44.44%
    4
    Juan Rocamora
    0.00%
    0
    RT
    55.56%
    5
    Noni
    0.00%
    0
    Pduh
    0.00%
    0
    Sea Slug
    0.00%
    0

    The poll is expired.


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    Re: Fan Fiction Year End Awards - Best Match Writer

    I can't even hide it, I'm butthurt about not even getting nominated for this, I wrote some of my best matches this past year, Juventud Guerrera vs Takashi Sugiura, Jason Reso vs Ultimo Dragon, Steve Corino vs Lance Storm, Candido vs Tajiri ladder match, Reso vs Storm vs Corino three way, Ken Shamrock vs Kenta Kobashi, Jerry Lynn vs Naomichi Marufuji, Ken Shamrock vs Eddie Guerrero, technical, puro, hardcore, lucha, shoot style in my UFC fed, matches that told stories that tied into long term storylines. I had one of my best years as far as match writing, I could understand not winning this award this year but not even being nominated is just kind of weird. I kind of regret nominating a bunch of other people's stuff now seeing that nobody really gave my feds a chance for any of this, I feel like my stuff was better than some of the guys I nominated. I don't even recall Sea Slug being nominated by anybody in the nomination thread, whoever nominated him I'd be interested in seeing what matches that he wrote this past year that were noteworthy for nomination. I felt like his feds themselves were very cool concepts with good booking but I felt like the match writing itself was actually one of the weaker aspects of those feds. I'd put my best matches up against anybody's here that got nominated. Oh well, I'll get over it. Good luck to the guys that did get nominated.
    Last edited by ShinobiMusashi; 02-05-2017, 02:46 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Fan Fiction Year End Awards - Best Match Writer

      I can't even hide it, I'm butthurt about not even getting nominated for this, I wrote some of my best matches this past year, Juventud Guerrera vs Takashi Sugiura, Jason Reso vs Ultimo Dragon, Steve Corino vs Lance Storm, Candido vs Tajiri ladder match, Reso vs Storm vs Corino three way, Ken Shamrock vs Kenta Kobashi, Jerry Lynn vs Naomichi Marufuji, Ken Shamrock vs Eddie Guerrero, technical, puro, hardcore, lucha, shoot style in my UFC fed, matches that told stories that tied into long term storylines. I had one of my best years as far as match writing, I could understand not winning this award this year but not even being nominated is just kind of weird. I kind of regret nominating a bunch of other people's stuff now seeing that nobody really gave my feds a chance for any of this, I feel like my stuff was better than some of the guys I nominated. I don't even recall Sea Slug being nominated by anybody in the nomination thread, whoever nominated him I'd be interested in seeing what matches that he wrote this past year that were noteworthy for nomination. I felt like his feds themselves were very cool concepts with good booking but I felt like the match writing itself was actually one of the weaker aspects of those feds. I'd put my best matches up against anybody's here that got nominated. Oh well, I'll get over it. Good luck to the guys that did get nominated.

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      • #4
        Re: Fan Fiction Year End Awards - Best Match Writer

        Well then ...

        My vote is for RT. I feel like more than any other writer, he recognizes there is an audience reading this and is able to avoid over-indulging in needless details, while still keeping the excitement and energy in the matches.

        [π: WWPID?] ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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        • #5
          Re: Fan Fiction Year End Awards - Best Match Writer

          Well then ...

          My vote is for RT. I feel like more than any other writer, he recognizes there is an audience reading this and is able to avoid over-indulging in needless details, while still keeping the excitement and energy in the matches.

          [π: WWPID?] ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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