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Post subject: Face to the Mat Question  PostPosted: May 27, 2011 - 10:01 PM



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I have recently purchased this game and am having a hard time getting started...are there any tips on how to start a territory/fed, as far as grudge grades/tv grades allies and foes?

Any help would be appreciated

Greg
 
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Post subject:   PostPosted: May 28, 2011 - 11:52 PM



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Hey, Greg. Welcome to FTTM! I've found that the best way for me to get a fed started is to kind of pick up where they left off, if it's an established fed in real life. For example, if you had the current stars set, you'd give the TV and Grudge grades based on who has the largest "on-TV" stature--a championship caliber wrestler would get an A and a 5; a very good wrestler would get a B and a 4; A good/mid-card grappler would get a C and a 3, etc. Remember that this is just a starting point; the grades will change frequently during the wrestling season. As for foes and allies, use the ones that you already know about as a starting point. Plus, it's a good idea to rank all your wrestlers in a fed based on inherent skill. Your top 5 wrestlers (or top quartile in feds smaller than 18 wrestlers) would get the A/5, the next 9 would get the B/4, the next 14 (or bottom quartile in small feds) would get the C/3, etc. And after you've matched up the wrestlers' foes and allies that you already know about, a good method for assigning the rest is to base it on where they're ranked--similarly ranked wrestlers tend to be allied (if they're both faces or heels), and natural foes (if one is a face and the other is a heel). In other words, the top two faces left would be allies, as would the top two heels left, the next two faces left would also be allies, etc. And after you've already assigned the foes that you know about, the top face and top heel that remain would be foes; the second-best face and second-best heel that remain would also be foes, etc.
I hope all of this helps. As a final reminder, don't forget about the PLAAY games forum at forums.delphiforums.com/plaaygames. There are a number of people who can help you there as well. Again, welcome to FTTM; I think you'll really love the game.

Marty Klestadt
 
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