Kles Posted January 8, 2005 Share Posted January 8, 2005 Here's the situation. My opponent is danger, exhausted. I'm medium, tired. I have a finisher that is done from standing when my opponent is down and I miss it. He pins me, despite giving 10 spirit points to the cause. I've seen many threads about it so far. My finisher is like the Lionsault, except you spin when you hit the ropes into a curled up Senton. Okay, I can understand someone missing it, but being pinned right after? I'd imagine that after you missed it, you'd fly to the other side of the ring... way out of pinning position. I think this is silly. I hate having to remove the realism by removing miss damage but I hate losing matches like this. Sort of to counter-respond to what Adam said about Crucifix Cradles and Backslides, I HAVE seen people win off them. It's very rare but it happens. I saw a backslide win in Japan once, and one a long time ago in WWE. But what have I never seen? I've never seen someone lose a match directly after missing a finisher from the top or something. Sure, there's been pin attempts but never an actual loss, let alone 12 minutes into a match where the person who receives the loss hardly even got beat on. Also, I suggest that you add decimal success rates. Backslides should have 0.1 or something, and make that the max low level pin rate. Medium should also have some... a piledriver can end a match.. come on. Also, a question. How does the condition work aside from determining move availbility and medical disqualification? If it doesn't factor into the match finish and submission, it really should. A simple success rate is rather silly. Finally, can you win by fall on top? I've done it about 100 times but it's never worked. Thanks for the read. I've yet to purchase because of some of these issues as it detracts from the fun greatly. I hope you'll agree with me on a few of these and address them accordingly. My suggestion for the first one is simply add a checkbox for something like "leaves in vulnerable position when missed" or something and greatly reduce the chance of being pinned, or add another slider for that. Obviously, if it's a diving headbutt, you'll probably be more vulnerable then if you missed a leg drop. -Kles EDIT: Typo. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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