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Showcase 2K19 #7: The Uncrowned!


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Rookies Doc Green and his new best pal Antonio Everett combine forces to become The Uncrowned! As they hit Season 14's Tag Scene!

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This is an interesting one. I like the energy... they seem like they would throw some decent parties, or promote a club event... with a good selection of THOTs. Nothing that a model citizen, like myself, would ever be a part of.

 

PP&SC

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BP&FC

 

That stands for good 'ol "Ping Pong and Sippie Cups" over "Beer Pong and Flippy Cup". Anyways... *Drinks small bottle of Ensure* back to the Uncrowned.

 

I dig the reference to royalty... They don't overdo it with literal crowns, or tigers on a gold leash, but it's relevant, due to the double meaning. There's a universal fascination with royalty, so you already cast a wide net of intrigue.

 

You got those who enjoy the dark savagery of medieval times; some are just waiting to dress up as a wizard and throw dusty bags in your general direction; musicians seem to enjoy the power aspect of royalty --fetching wenches and beheading those who annoy you, does sound like a good time... until you're on the receiving end of the Pear of Pain.

 

None the less, it's just a cool team name and clever to boot. Speaking on the royalty: They clearly keep the gimmick going with their move-set. You got the King's Crown, Royal Decree and Usurp Him (not my favorite, but still fitting). There are a few moves that sound a bit more... aggressive, but once again, they could be inside jokes or something beyond my savvy. The 3 Stages of Hell, for example, caught me off guard.

 

I'm conflicted on their attire: a part of me feels they are too simple, but then the other part of me loves it. My brain thinks: "maybe if they added an elbow pad... or ankle wraps" but then I rebuttal with: "but then they wouldn't be unique, would they". It's like when people gave Codey Rhodes s*** for not wearing kneepads with rugby socks.

 

I sense a bit of Brazilian Dance-fighting from the shoe-less one, which I haven't seen since that 2008 classic: Never Back Down, so that could lead to some interesting moves; however, I'm not sure if that's a white tattoo on his shoulder, or one of those new tape/wrap things that athletes use to protect themselves from aggressive dance injuries.

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Hi Mike, thanks for some really nice feedback and I'm happy you got the general impression you enjoyed our schtick.

 

Speaking for myself, a few of my signature moves are named after generally British terms such as 'facer' (where I'm from a facer is essentially getting hit in the face hard by something like a football or basketball) so I appreciate that you may not get those kinds of words being from 'Merica and all.

 

In terms of the attires, I really just felt like keeping it simple would be my best bet because as a rookie you don't want to be obnoxiously over-doing unless obviously that's the shoe that fits, but I think the cool intricate pattern on the tights is more than enough to make the attire pop a little bit. As for Ant, the white shoulder tape is of course to provide protection against aggressive dance related injures and not a naff looking tattoo, and obviously our characters are not set in stone at this point with Ant being brand new to OCW and me having a few months under my belt, mostly consisting of off-season and a few matches here or there.

 

To be honest, I feel like with the royalty-centric move names particularly with Ant is somewhat of a placeholder while he gets a hold of things and can get a bit more creative with his naming of moves, at least I hope! Again, cheers for your time and feedback mate.

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Hi Mike, thanks for some really nice feedback and I'm happy you got the general impression you enjoyed our schtick
No prob.

 

In terms of the attires, I really just felt like keeping it simple would be my best bet because as a rookie you don't want to be obnoxiously over-doing unless obviously that's the shoe that fits, but I think the cool intricate pattern on the tights is more than enough to make the attire pop a little bit
Agreed

 

Speaking for myself, a few of my signature moves are named after generally British terms such as 'facer' (where I'm from a facer is essentially getting hit in the face hard by something like a football or basketball) so I appreciate that you may not get those kinds of words being from 'Merica and all.
Ah. Makes sense. I figured it was something along those lines.
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