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  • Was there any significance in having “Delete” mirror the ending of the first Red Snow, or was it more of a reference than anything?

  • Was there any significance in having “Delete” mirror the ending of the first Red Snow, or was it more of a reference than anything?

    Also, Noah is mentioned in the segment between Bordeaux and Axel, does this mean that Noah’s role as the bring of the end was hidden in this universe, or was Axel trying to make him see the light?

  • Show Stealing Segment: I would have to say the segment that got me the most would be… honestly too many to list so I’ll just list a few and why I loved them.

    Delete: This scene was done masterfully to me simply because of it perfectly mirroring the end of the first Red Snow, hinting that this universe never had its own Red Snow accident like…[Read more]

  • I have to ask, in regards to the Awakening, what was their part in the End of the World storyline? Was Manson trying to get HAtE and Jack to sacrifice themselves to Noah with Jack standing in the way? Or was it something else?

  • Standout Wrestler: (This is your standard wrestler of the night fare.)

    This has to go to Edward Newton for sure. For starters, he brought my hot streak in singles matches to an end, and for that, I say kudos to Mel because that was a helluva promo. But outside of that, he retained his title, his streak, and the character further showed why he i…[Read more]

  • Lee Crowley started the topic Shepherd in the forum CAD Promos 1 week, 2 days ago

    “The Shepherd leads his herd.”

    “Spending every day in his fields, toiling the day away, the shepherd spends his entire life leading the sheep under his watch, bringing them out to pasture so that they may feed, allowing them to grow, turning from meager lambs into plump, disposable rams for him to slaughter.”

    “To the sheep, the shepherd is their…[Read more]

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic CAD MWA's in the forum Shoot The Shit 2 weeks, 5 days ago

    Wrestling Name: HAtE

    Nicknames:  The Freer of Sheep, The Nihilist

    Height: 6’5”

    Weight: 260lbs

    Catchphrase: “Awaken from the herd!” “Realize your Hate.”

    Hometown: The Streets

    Style: Powerhouse

    Entrance Music: Centuries of Sin by Protobot 01

     

    Biography: HATE was born by another name, Brandon Miller. But he has discarded that name to neve…[Read more]

  • Standout Wrestler: (This is your standard wrestler of the night fare.)

    I would say this belongs to Solomon Rhodes. The dude just kinda felt all over the show tonight, placing himself into almost every major storyline and deeming himself the pure protector of the belts. He was the one who approached Newton about his belt, telling him just how i…[Read more]

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic VHS #131 – The End in the forum Show Feedback 1 month ago

     

    Standout Wrestler: (This is your standard wrestler of the night fare.)

    I think I have to give this to Edward Newton because while Lee Crowley was all over the show, showing off his newfound power as lord of the underworld, Newton stayed one step as always and found a way to convince Crowley to serve him for his own selfish needs. Newton w…[Read more]

  • The Nihilist, HAtE, will be returning.

  • I’m gonna round this out with Marvolo

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic Fantasy OSW in the forum General Games 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    The Muskaqueers (Blue)

  • I will definitely be there.

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic VHS #130 in the forum Show Feedback 2 months ago

    Standout Wrestler: (This is your standard wrestler of the night fare.)

    I think the wrestler of the night, at least in my eyes, is Brent Kersh. The Enforcer has had a lot of segments leading up this moment, and I feel him revealing his intentions towards Mike Lane, challenging him and declaring his wish to save him keeps Kersh in the light as a…[Read more]

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic VHS #130 in the forum Show Feedback 2 months ago

     

    Standout Wrestler: (This is your standard wrestler of the night fare.)

    I think the wrestler of the night, at least in my eyes, is Brent Kersh. The Enforcer has had a lot of segments leading up this moment, and I feel him revealing his intentions towards Mike Lane, challenging him and declaring his wish to save him keeps Kersh in the light a…[Read more]

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic Casting Calls in the forum Shoot The Shit 2 months ago

    I personally think this is a great idea. Not only does it let storylines grow despite characters being gone, but also allows people to try out different gimmicks if they so please.

  • I’ll grab Law vs Cael

  • So, the only thing I bought this year was a plush doll for my boyfriend. It’s a handmade mink plush made to look like the character Trico from The Last Guardian. It sadly won’t arrive til after Christmas so I’ll have to deal with that but I already know he’ll be head over heels.

  • My plans this year are the same as they are every year. I’m heading home from my college on Monday or possibly late this Sunday, do last minute shopping to help my Dad buy gifts for my mom, then hang out and deal with my family until Christmas day.

    Though I will say, I’m looking forward to Christmas dinner. It’s the one time of year my family…[Read more]

  • Lee Crowley replied to the topic VHS #129 in the forum Show Feedback 2 months, 1 week ago

    Standout Wrestler: (This is your standard wrestler of the night fare.)

    For this I have to go with Jake Jeckel for his amazing performance not only in his roleplay but in his massive win over two very tough opponents for a prestigious title that, if he defends it enough times, could lead to another world title shot. I will also tack on his seg…[Read more]

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