Winter8905 Posted August 18, 2017 Share Posted August 18, 2017 +A nice touch to the game is the bility of an experienced worker/performer taking a younger person under their wing and gradually teach them some things. Some don't make much of a difference to your game and some help aperformer bcome a star? What are some your best and worst Mentor/Mentee experiences? Any turn an average midcarder for life guy into an uppercarder? For me, as WWF in 1990 Slaughter became the Mentor to Steve Austin and whilst he was already good and would naturally become great, Slaughter has certainly helped him out in speeding up the process in some area's Austins Brawling progress has sped up and perhaps the biggest improvement is in Mic skills, jumped up from 83 to 90 in 4 months and charisma has jumped up from 77 to 85 in the last 4 months under Slaughters eye. Think it may have helped that when the Mentor thing popped up I put Austin in a feud with Slaughter for 3 months. On the useless side of the mentor coin . Randy Savage has taken Virgil under his wing... and whilst Virgil has improved to the point he's a useful lowermidcarder/midcard guy it's going to take more that Savage to make Virgil a star. I wish he picked someone like Tatanka or Marty that I would push up the card.+ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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