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When's Melty on Steam?
ahaha that's no--wait, what?

Topics - ehrik

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Copy pasted from dustloop:

Quote from: Xie
Greetings BlazBlue (and Skullgirls) players, Xie's ranbat series is back! I've greatly altered the format to be more like a Japanese tournament, including prize support and how the format of the tournament works itself, but with some slight modifications to also make it more inviting to lower level players. This thread is still under construction, but I'll update with more info as I have time. If someone is interested in running another event (Guilty Gear perhaps), please contact me.

But never mind that, if you come to these tournaments, you are guaranteed to level up!

So yeah I talked with Xie about holding a Melty Blood tournament at his Rebel Up events and he agreed. Our space is a little small but we'll have plenty of room to have at least two setups at the venue.

Here is some venue information:

Address:
Super Arcade
1211 N Grand Ave
Walnut, CA 91789

Times:
Saturdays from 1 PM to 9 PM
BB starts at 2 PM
MB starts at 6 PM
SG starts at 6 PM

Fees:
$3 Venue Fee
+$1 Melty Blood Tournament Fee
+$?? (probably 5) BlazBlue Tournament Fee (6/09/12)
+$3 Skullgirls Tournament Fee

Whats not allowed:
Unfortunately because keyboards can take control of both the 1P and 2P side they will be banned. If you can get your keyboard modded though so it doesn't do that then its fine.

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All of the MB setups will be run on laptops, at most I think we only need two. BB and SG will be run on PS3.

For the first MB rebel up tournament I was just going to see how many people are around and decide whether to do a:

1. Round Robin
2. Double Elim Tourney
3. Ranbats? (We'll need a lot of people to come out haha)

My main objective for running this tourney is for people to level up and generally have fun. I made the entry fee 1 dollar so its easy on the wallet and less of a "Oh I just lost XX dollars" sort of deal. Come out, and test your might!

Xie will be streaming this time I think :O



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Wallachia (Warakia) / Wara Critique thread
« on: January 30, 2012, 09:51:56 AM »
Saw one in the Kouma forums and I think its nice to have. Just post up videos/replays of yourself here and have someone on the forums help you out!

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Wallachia (Warakia) / [MBAACC] Warakia Video Thread
« on: January 15, 2012, 07:59:52 PM »
(I'll organize by Moon, then player name, then character. As for versions I'll try my best to only get up to date videos (ver 1.07), but there are a lot of old videos you can use for reference.)

(Match videos will be JAPANESE match videos only. CMVs/Tutorials/Technology section can be from anywhere though!)

(I'll try my best with player names!!)

Terminology: ワラキア (Warakia), use this to search for videos of him on places like Nicovideo

Matches:

==C Moon==

-Dorasuke ドラスケ-

1/14/12

vs C-Tohno (Tsutsui), H-Nanaya (Ranpo), C-Arc
vs F-Ciel (Ragu (lol)), H-Nanaya (Ranpo)

12/28/11

vs F-Kouma, vs C-Sion (Yuu)
vs H-Akiha, C-Miyako (Mirumirumiruki)
vs C-Miyako (Mirumirumiruki)

12/24/11

vs C-Ries (Nanashi), F-Arc (Kurua), F-Wlen (Pikache)
vs H-Len (Rakuchan)
vs C-Roa (Janson)

-Taka(shi) 隆-

1/27/12

vs C-Mech, C-Kohaku
vs H-Kouma x3
vs C-Mech, H-Len

1/14/11

vs C-Kohaku (Oyashiro)

12/24/11

vs H-Wlen, F-HisuKoha/F-Maids, F-Ries/Stridberg
vs H-Nero (SAT)

10/29/11

vs F-Akiha (Kirito)
vs F-Kouma (Kaimaato)

-Suu スー-

1/22/12

vs C-Hisui (Lucle), vs C-Tohno (Sen), vs C-Vakiha (Karukea)

==F Moon==

-Taka(shi) 隆-

10/29/11

vs F-Kohaku (Waka)

-Tochiku トチク-

01/04/12

vs H-Sion (Kabikirakitsui),C-Hisui (YouNAGI)

-Ragu らぐ-

01/11/12

vs F-Arcueid (Genri), C-Kohaku (Akihiru), F-Nanaya, F-Kohaku(Akihiru), C-Nero
vs H-Vsion (Tetsu), H-Vakiha (Shuuhei)

01/04/12

vs F-Kouma (Buru)

12/28/11

vs F-Kohaku (Akihiru), C-Warc, C-Hisui (Yuunagi)
vs C-Mech (Marusu)

-Suzuki 鈴木-

01/22/12

vs F-Akiha (Hagi)



==H Moon==



CMVs/Tutorials/Technology:

==All Moons==

Highspeed Tutorial video, mainly for C moon

==C Moon==

GGXXVenom demonstrating some corner katto loops

MBRFT video demonstrating basic Wara mixups, still very relevant!!

==F Moon==

Mainly Fmoon, some C moon at the end. Nero afterwards

==H Moon==


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Please give me match videos/cmvs/etc so I can link them in this thread!

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Len / [MBAACC] Len Discussion
« on: October 20, 2011, 04:34:25 PM »
Discuss Len here, and keep track of changes here!

Just saw Clen do BE4b, and it otg relaunches. Thought you guys might want to know.

http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm15914720 10:00m

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Melty Blood Auditorium / Transitioning from Keyboard to Stick Guide for MB
« on: September 24, 2011, 05:50:39 PM »
Since MB first came out on PC, I know most of you started playing this game on keyboard. I WAS ONE OF YOU GUYS, and I fucking loved keyboard, used it for 2+ years learning and playing this awesome game.

However when MBAA came out of the ps2 my dreams of destroying everyone with my amazing keyboard crushing skills became nonexistent. Delusional, I first thought I could just play on emulator and use my keyboard there like in MBAC, but of course I realized it was complete fucking shit, and I should slap myself, etc.

So I started to look for an arcade stick to use. My first arcade stick was a Arcana Heart 2 ps2 stick made specifically for the amazing (lol) port examu did. Then came the long road but rewarding road to learning how to become gay play on stick.

Now I can't say I'm a total expert on sticks, and I'm not. But I'm hoping that I can help people who were once like me to get a good start on finding/learning about sticks.

Now if you're reading this thread, you're probably either:

a) Wanting to change to stick but dunno how to start :(
b) Wondering why you should change to stick in the first place
c) You love me :toot:

If its A, C, then <Good!>. A should skip the pros and cons and go on down.

If its B, then you've come to the right place. Here are some pros and cons to learning stick (IMO of course), and from those pros and cons you should be able to determine whether or not you want to learn stick or not.

Pros:

-Universal Controller for a reason: You can generally get converters to play on any console, you can also mod it too for the same effect. You can play it on pretty much any console out there, as long as you get a willing modder + $$$.
-Borrow Shit: When you go to gatherings/tournaments, if you forget your stick somewhere you can generally ask someone to borrow theirs. Whenever I've been lazy or I lent my stick to someone else, people were always willing to lend me something to use if I ask nicely. No one is going to really lend you their keyboard, and there probably isn't a extra keyboard anywhere anyways.
-^That being said, almost everyone in the fighting game community knows how to use stick, so its basically a universally used controller which can be very convenient. (Of course theres going to be pad players too).
-Play Arcade Cabs: Arcade Cabs use stick = When you go to japan, you can play on their cabs :]
-Pretty Pictures: Stick art (Can't decorate your keyboard) + pretty buttons + pretty balltop
-You aren't carrying a keyboard around...
-Keyboard Banning: Keyboards can sometimes be banned from tournaments (for example in MBAC you had access to both players controls on one keyboard).
-Almost Every Fighting Game Supports Arcade Stick (can't think of exceptions, but I'm sure there's some in the realm of poverty somewhere.)
-Hand dominance plays less of a factor in execution.

Cons:

-$$$Expensive$$$: One thing that deters many from playing on Arcade Stick is the price. Most arcade sticks are anywhere from 60-300 dollars! Modding just adds onto that overall cost.
-Bulky/Heavy: Unless you have a special bag, its kind of a bother carrying arcade sticks around since they're bulky and sometimes very heavy (VLX).
-Takes Time: Depending on the person, it can take a lot of time and patience to learn how to play on stick transitioning from keyboard/pad/etc.
-My computer came with a keyboard.
-If it breaks....: Generally normal people don't know how to fix an arcade stick or are too lazy to learn. They usually have to contact someone who knows how to mod to get it fixed and that just adds to the amount of $$$ you have to shell out. Keyboards you can just get a new one for 15 bucks.
-Slower directional input speed.

I think thats it. (Thanks to Kamina and Living shadow for help on the pros and cons).

For those of you who aren't daunted by the cons to learning stick, please read on!

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Buying my First Stick aka Where the Fuck do I Find a Good One?

NOTE: DUE TO THE COMING OF CC ON PC, I WILL ONLY BE CONCENTRATING ON PC/PS3/XBOX/PS2TOPS3 CONVERTERS/ETC INSTEAD OF PS2 STICKS.

NOTE 2: IF YOU WANT TO PLAY ON BOTH PS3 AND XBOX, GET A XBOX360 STICK. IT IS DIFFICULT TO DUAL MOD PS3 STICKS. (Or you can just get a PS2 stick then get two converters for xbox/ps3 or just mod the ps2 stick.)

NOTE 3: BTW, there are two major preferred companies from where people get their parts which are, Sanwa and Seimitsu parts. There is a third company that makes parts called Happ parts and those are the usual "American" style arcade parts. Theres no difference in quality, its just a matter of preference.


1. The Madcatz Tournament Edition (TE) Stick (Solid Choice)

Price: Roughly $120-$150

Its a solid choice, comes with Sanwa stick and parts, you can't really go wrong with this one. You will also frequently see a ton of deals for this stick too since its so popular. (I know Roku got two for the price of one once). You can pretty much buy this anywhere.

2. Real Arcade Pro V3/VX by Hori (Solid choice number 2)

Price: $100-$130

Another solid choice, just by a different company, sanwa parts etc. The compartment that holds the wire is much nicer than the TE's though.

3. The Madcatz Standard Edition (Cost Efficient, but you need to mod this stick ASAP)

Price: Roughly $60-$90. With modding, expect to add about 45-55

Not bad, but some people don't like the curvature near the bottom of the stick. The stock parts it comes with are fucking ass, so you would need to mod it right away. If you find a cheap one though, and you're on a budget, I'd say go for it. You would need to buy a new stick (roughly 23~ dollars) and 5-6 buttons (~10-30 dollars) (buttons are anywhere from 3-5 each).

If you go this route, this video is very helpful: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4wDobtOmY0

4. Real Arcade Pro 3 by Hori

Price: $80-$120

Sanwa stick, but you need to replace the buttons. Buttons can be replaced same way as above SE stick. Different button layout (Notice how it curves downwards?), and has a nice box to rest your hands on.

More to come...

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OKAY I have my Stick, How2Play???

First, you have to learn how to grip the stick. I only really know three ways, so if people could help me out by adding more, I'll gladly edit the post later.

Find the one that is most comfortable for you, that is the most important step.

1. Half Wine Glass Style:



Cup the ball inbetween your middle finger and fourth finger (Yeah it sounds gay but do it anyways)



Then turn it over to the side.

This is how I hold it. Its really nice doing things left to right, but right to left is a little tough to get used to. Use your thumb for doing things right to left, use your other fingers for doing moves left to right.

2. Half Wine Glass Alt.



Instead of keeping the stick inbetween your fingers, you don't.


3. Wine Glass Style (JP STYLE)



Cup in between your middle and fourth finger, but don't move anything over.

Equal strength on both sides, pretty versatile but it was too weird for me to use.

4. Alternative Wine Glass (With pinky and fourth finger instead)



Instead you have the stick in between your pinky and fourth finger.

5. Grab your dick style aka Battop style.



Self explanatory. Don't know much about this style so I can't comment much.

6. Ball Top Style

Quote from: LivingShadow
For this style you use your thumb and index finger almost exclusively, I personally recommend keeping the rest of your hand loose and not gripping with your entire hand. Quarter circles are done by rolling the pressure from the middle of your index finger to either your thumb or the top of your palm. Or at least that's how I do it.


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Pressing down on the buttons, unlike keyboard where you use only three fingers, utilizes all five of your fingers. A is for your forefinger, B is for your middle, fourth for your C button, Pinky for E button, and Thumb for D button. (Thats how I prefer it, you can do whatever you want really.)



Important: Make sure you lift your wrist a little while playing, or you will do some damage to your wrist. Or get a oppai chan to help out, like Jimmy here  :teach::



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BLARGH! I CAN'T DO SPECIAL MOTIONS

When I started learning stick, I imagined these motions in my head:



236x and hcf (41236)x are pretty obvious. Most people like me though, have trouble with the DP motion. What I did to get used to it was to learn a character that uses the DP motion frequently in their bnbs. (Vakiha, Sacchin, Tsubaki in BB, etc). Just imagine writing a Z in your head.

Note: Be careful about hitting 7/9 while doing motions! When I first started playing I would hit these frequently because I would over exaggerate my motions. Do it slowly, and keep constant control in your hand, you should be able to build speed soon.

Note 2: Regularly practice doing things right to left, and left to right. Change it up so you get used to doing it both ways. I've had times where I would learn how to do combos left to right, and when I played a match right after I would get owned cause my friend would always be on the left side.

Instant Air Dash:

This is what killed me. I could not do IADs to save my life. Unfortunately, I know people who come from other games frequently complain about how difficult it is to IAD in MB on stick. So its not just you or me, its pretty much MB's fault. But don't worry, MB made IADing actually easier once you know that 6A+B = dash.

Basically you can just input 7/8/96A+B and you will get your IAD :] (I personally use 76A+B).

Quote from: Rokunaya
I use 76A+B because with the A+B macro, you need to hit 6. It's not 9/6/3 A+B, it only reads 6, which is easy to mess up off just 9. When you hit 9A+B, you get JB, which is definitely not what you want and will probably lead to a bad situation.


Keep that in mind ^.

If you want to do it the harder way, you can input: 7/8/966 or 686 or 696 or 6956 (Don't remember anymore off the top of my head, I use 686 when I want a raw IAD though). Most players use both, so its very useful to learn it both ways.

You don't need to hold a direction all the time!

Quote from: Rokunaya
Another HUGE thing most people forget to mention about learning stick is that you HAVE to get used to letting the stick sit at neutral 90% of the time. Let the stick go where it wants to go, to neutral, almost all of the time unless you're blocking. When you do specials and movement, just tap the stick in the directions you want to go. No need to be too forceful, no need to hold it, just get used to constantly being in neutral.

[5] is extremely important to learning stick so make sure you get that down really well.

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This takes a ton of time to learn, and a lot of patience. But if you keep at it, the rewards are great! Good luck, and don't get discouraged; took me about 2 months to get used to stick, then another 6 months to master it. Combos were hella easy, but getting used to movement was what took the longest time for me :X

Useful Links:
www.lizardlick.com - This is where you can buy your buttons/sticks
www.shoryuken.com - Oh noes SRK. Just go straight to tech talk, you can learn a LOT about modding your stick, finding modders in your area, and learning about sticks in general.
http://www.tek-innovations.com/arthobbies/ - This is where you can get those fancy plexi covers as well as templates for whatever stick you have


Any comments/criticism would be really appreciated, just whipped this up really quick so people could start getting ready for CC (if they wanted to transition for a while but didn't have a reason to till now).

Edit: Updated
 

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Hi guys I recently moved to Central PA to attend PSU Upark. Just wanted to let anyone who lives around here know that I'm willing to put the time and effort into creating a MBCC scene here once it drops.

I live on 201 Vairo Boulevard at Lion's Crossing. You can take the V straight there.

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Tournament Results / Game Junkie + ehrik's apt tourney result
« on: May 16, 2011, 08:20:29 PM »
1: East to East ($56.00) (Rayza)
2: Lord Pang tong ($16.00)
3: Phantasm Moon ($8.00) (Zaelar)
4: Phantasmoon (Jimmy)
5: Magical Amber (Komidol)
5: Midnight Dynamite (Rei)
7: Furok
7: Rokunaya
9: Ghreg
9: MindGame
9: Greg Lee (ehrik)
9: Texas Tim
13: Pincher
13: Comic-Z
13: Living Shadow
13: Doctor ONblast


GGS guys!

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When: May 13th-15th (People can stay till the 16th as well if they need some time to get back)

Where: At my apartment and at Game Junkie.  [GAME JUNKIE IS SATURDAY ONLY, SO IF YOU WANT TO JUST SHOW UP FOR THE TOURNAMENT COME THEN]

100 Old York Rd.
Jenkintown PA, 19046
^^^^ My Apt address

111 S Easton Road
Glenside PA
^^^^^ Game Junkie


PARKING: Is fray, theres plenty of space out in the back.

Contacting me: PM me if you want my number, just in case you get lost and stuff.

What: We'll be playing Melty and Arcana and any anime games over the weekend, and then we'll probably head over to the Game Junkie venue right next to my house for a tournament hosted by them.

Venue Fee for Game Junkie: TBA

How to get here by public transportation:

You can take Megabus down to 30th Street Station Philadelphia

Then you can take the SEPTA Lansdale/Doylestown Train towards Doylestown to get to my stop which is Jenkintown-Wyncote station. From there, my apt is within walking distance, gimme a call and I'll come get you guys :>

You can also take the Warminster Line towards Warminster to get to my stop. If you get lost, call me or ask the lady at the Septa train station info desk.

Train roundtrip fare should be around 11 bucks a head.

EVERYONE bring sleeping bags or a mat or something unless you like sleeping on the floor of my old roommate's room D: And he was very dirty

Tentative List:

1. Greg
2. Rokunaya
3. Fox
4. Chibi
5. LPT
6. Mindgam3
7. Dr. Onblast
8. Furok
10. Komidol
11. Zaelar
12. LivingShadow
13. Pincher
14. Comic-Z
15. Texas Tim
16. Jimmy

-----------Capping it to the 13 people staying over...we're going to be really full. Anyone is welcome to drop by but I can't let you stay.

There is going to be a ton of people so, uh, be prepared D: We'll probably have to layer everyone like a triple stacker

I'll make sure we have a stream going. And I'm sure PaperTaiga will be willing to stream from Game Junkie on Saturday.


edit:

House Rules:
1. Take off your shoes plz
2. Clean up after yourselves, or I will be forced to kick you out :|
3. Help me clean up w/ trash if you can...I would greatly appreciate it.


http://homingcancel.com/events/it's-a-really-sugoi-arcana-heart-3-tournament-(philly-pa)

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For Game Junkie Tourney

When: 5/15/2011
Registration 5PM, Tournament starts ~5:30

Where: Classic Game Junkie 100 Easton Rd Glenside PA

How Much: $5 venue fee, $5 per game (Melty Blood will being hosted too)

Rules: Double Elim, Winners/Losers/Grand finals - BO5
Winner character lock, no problem with switching arcana.
If you are called to play, and you don't have your stick/controller ready you're fucking disqualified. I don't give a fuck if an orphan asked to use it for five minutes. You're ready to play.

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Tournament Results / Winter Brawl 5 Results (Febuary 25th - 27th)
« on: February 27, 2011, 07:50:16 PM »
MBAA Teams:

1: Being Meguca is Suffering (Fox : LK) ($72.00)
2: Cool Older Sister (Zar : Comic-Z) ($18.00)
3: Catherine-san x NazuNazu (Jimmy : Ehrik) ($0.00)
4: BnB (Nas : LoberLuckus)
5: Space Jam (Coma : Rei)
5: #poverty (Setrajonas : Rithli)
7: No Control Zoning (LPT : MindGames)
7: Furok<3 & Nee-Chan (Furok : Dr. OnBlast)
9: UPS What you know about Logistics (the505 : Tony Shiki)

http://www.justin.tv/ehrikirhe/b/280461900 Teams Archive



Melty Singles:

1: Puella Magi Magical Mami (LK) ($105.00)
2: Jose (Zar) ($30.00)
3: Seyiku (ehrik) ($15.00)
4: Fox
5: Comic-Z
5: Madscientist
7: Wyvern Lord
7: Tony Shiki
9: Ril
9: LordPangTong
9: the505
9: Rokunaya
13: Sophomore
13: Living Shadow
13: Dr. Onblast





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Melty Blood Auditorium / The "Lets get people to NEC" thread
« on: September 06, 2010, 09:28:33 AM »
NEC would be a sad event without these people, lets get them there

Lets make this NEC THE HYPEST, but people need donations because of lots of IRL shit is raping everyone. Please post here if you guys REALLY want to come but money issues are keeping you from coming.

Instructions: Post with money needed + your paypal info, and maybe write a bit on why people should donate to YOU to come

People asking for help:

CA:

Bellreisa (aka KONATA IZUMI of Lucky Star fame)
-Paypal: http://mizuumi.net/ (Click the donate button on the top right)
-Total: 260/260
-Great commentator, great player from the West Coast (Socal).

GOOD JOB GUYS

YAT
-Info soon


WA (PNW):
MissedFRC:
-Paypal: dbruscas@hotmail.com
-Total: 0/240-300
MissedFRC, consistently placed top in PNW region. No one knows his true power level yet!? Help him out if you can.

JP (top players from japan)
jiyuna (WORLDCHAMP)
-Paypal: jiyuna@worldchamp.co.jp
-Total: 0/1200
-Donate to the other insignificant scrubs of the US or donate to a true Worldchamp???????????




NOTE: DON'T ASK FOR YOUR FUCKING MONEY BACK IF THEY WIN OR SOME SHIT THATS WRONG, DONATIONS ARE CALLED DONATIONS FOR A REASON






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Wallachia (Warakia) / [MBAACC] Wara Changes + Discussion
« on: August 09, 2010, 05:56:41 PM »
Quote
Wara -

C-Wara:
BE2C - Shorter recovery
BE6C - Start up faster, recovery shorter
421ABC - Start up faster, recovery shorter

F-Wara:
BE6C - Stronger
5C - Gap shortened
JC - Start up faster
5B - Stronger
236AB - EX Cancellable
214ABC - EX Cancellable
66 - Stronger

H-Wara:
J236B - Prorate Stronger
5A6A - Prorate Stronger


Translations courtesy of Curbeh

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Tournament Results / EVO 2010 Results
« on: July 12, 2010, 12:23:40 PM »
Melty Blood — Top 8
1. Yoichiro “Garu” Aruga
2. Stephen “Lord Knight” Barthelemy
3. Antonio “Kusanagi” Medrano
4. Byron “HF Blade” Barzabal
5. Brandon “Brandino” Lee
5. Yuji “Yat” Tanaka
7. James Xie
7. Eric “Numakie” Gutierrez

Super Street Fighter IV — Top 8
1. Daigo Umehara (Ryu)
2. EG.Ricky Ortiz (Rufus, Chun-Li)
3. Infiltration (Akuma)
4. Mike Ross (E. Honda)
5. Bruce “GamerBee” Hsiang (Adon)
5. Vance “Vangief” Wu (Zangief)
7. Henry Cen (E. Honda, Dhalsim)
7. Shizza (Chun-Li)

Tekken 6 — Top 8
1. Nin
2. Rip
3. Mr. Naps
4. Devil Jim
5. jfj
5. Tokido
7. Crow
7. GMMA Kor

Super Street FIghter II HD Remix — Top 8
1. Snake Eyes
2. DGV
3. Afrolegends
4. Daigo
5. Afro Cole
5. Tokido
7. Alex Valle
7. Ryry

Super SF4 Women’s Invitational — Top 4
1. AAA Kayane
2. Burnyourbra
3. Yellow Gal
4. Lina

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom — Top 8
1. EG Marn
2. KBeast
3. EG Justin Wong
4. Kurasa
5. Psychochronic
5. Royal Flush
7. skisonic
7. Keits

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 — Top 8
1. EG Justin Wong
2. EMP Santhrax
3. Clockw0rk
4. EMP Yipes
5. Neo
5. Crizzle
7. Chaos Nightwolf
7. Regency Rob


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Kohaku's Video Room / Current Streams
« on: June 25, 2010, 08:31:57 PM »
LOOK TO THE NEWEST POST ALWAYS FOR MOST RECENT STREAM LINK

This is actually Zar's idea, (he wanted more of a little feed on the side of the front page, but topic can do for now)

Just wanted to do this for people who don't actually frequent IRC to know when/what streams are online atm.


People who are streaming, whatever part of the world/whatever coast you are at should post here if they're going online, then edit post later/make a new post when they go offline. If possible change your post's subject to reflect what stream is on

edit2: I guess I should've made it clear that you should post only if you're posting links to a stream lol

SERIOUSLY PEOPLE, ONLY POST IN THIS THREAD WHEN YOU ARE POSTING A RUNNING OR UPCOMING STREAM FOR MBAA. POSTS THAT ARE NOT POSTING MBAA STREAMS WILL BE DELETED AND AN INFRACTION WILL BE ASSESSED.
-Dippy
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----Offline: Team Sp00ky Stream, June 25th, 2010

Team Sp00ky streaming MBAA matches with Sp00ky, Kamina, Nightroad, Fox, Zar, Kirah, and Shiki afaik

http://teamspooky.com/content/?page_id=171

or

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/teamspooky

FINISHED

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Kohaku's Video Room / Some JP mbac cmv (Have no clue about the title)
« on: September 20, 2008, 03:31:46 PM »
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm4671364

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cMe05Eb2pE\

Player: miSEKON (?)

awesome new combos for MBAC.

Some things to note are after Ciel j.214c > Airthrow and Aoko Orb cage gangbang.

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Kohaku's Video Room / fucking black key combos \o/
« on: August 13, 2008, 08:33:46 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GHiaMc0_Os

Lots of crazy ciel shit going on here. Black key combos, black key ex otg, last arc comboing

:| Stupid ciel.

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Kohaku's Video Room / Multi Character Exhibition CMV by Mix3irc
« on: October 31, 2007, 03:24:04 PM »
http://youtube.com/watch?v=1Jo18ULPyXQ

Pretty interesting stuff. Especially liked the Vsion one.

And LOL at 3:06

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NetPlay Community / Waryas MBcaster...?
« on: October 14, 2007, 04:36:37 AM »
http://guillaume.fournier6.free.fr/mbac/WaryasMBCasterv0.2.rar

A person I know saw this on the wiki and apparently has a waiting room?


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NetPlay Community / Take Syn's Money Losers Bracket Topic
« on: October 02, 2007, 01:35:32 PM »
This is where I'll stick all the replays for Loser's Bracket. You're welcome to say your results here or in the main topic.




WARNING HUGE
Huge

Notes:

The program I was previously using wasn't very good at all. I don't reccomend ever using it. Lol


Basically I recreated the bracket using a better program. I got a few minor issues, but I think its all right now. Gilliam and Choco matches are the only ones that switched oddly. Multi is in losers bracket because his partner could not play him. However, before I could add Multi in to fight Gilliam, Gilliam and Qae thought they were DQ'd permanently and fought. Qae won and Multi didn't mind so I just pushed Multi into Losers. D:

This is how its going to work with the 3 semi finalists of Both losers and winners bracket.

They will fight a round robin. If they tie, then the winner will be chosen by rounds. The person who scores 2nd place in the round robin for Winners Bracket will fight the winner of the Round Robin in Loser's Bracket for Losers Bracket Winner.

THEN the Losers Bracket winner will fight the Winners Bracket Winner. If its confusing, just ask me and I'll try to rephrase it >_>

(Thanks a bunch to Sibladeko for this suggestion D:)

I SCREWED UP BAD AT THE START LOLOL

Copy Pasta


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Kohaku's Video Room / Nicovideo Account Tutorial
« on: September 29, 2007, 07:08:29 AM »
edit: Alternatively you can use this handy website: http://en.nicoviewer.info/ to watch videos without logging in.

This is for people who want to watch nicovideos for Melty Blood and for any other videos.

Here is a picture easy tutorial!

Click here, to Login if you already have an account. If you don't click here anyways so we can get to the registration page



To register



Premium account is on the left if you want to pay money for JP nico porn




Typing a valid email address is important cause you need it later to confirm your account



You can put anything in for Area, also keep in mind password has to be from 8-16 characters.








Now go to your email and confirm your account with the link inside

Now you're done ;|

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Kohaku's Video Room / Best Akiha CM
« on: September 23, 2007, 03:52:07 PM »

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NetPlay Community / Take Syn's Money Tournament Results for Winners
« on: September 15, 2007, 02:12:00 PM »
Attach your Replays with replies to this topic.

Results so far:

First Elimination:

Arly vs Dakanya Arly Win
ehrik vs TBT ehrik Win
Sledeau vs Danielsan Sledeau Win
Canas vs M.Song Canas Win
Dippy vs TarpKayin Dippy Win
Choco vs PC1x1 Choco Win REPLAY LOST
Jen vs Nightvoomer Nightvoomer Win
Syn_Sid vs Jett Syn_Sid Win
Qaenyin vs S0ma Qaenyin Win
Amn vs Ikemoto Amn Win
Linalys vs Sabator Linalys Win
Tarejay vs Lolly Tarejay Win
Pfhor vs Harem Pfhor Win
Brandon vs Q-chu Brandon Win
Shieru vs Soniti Shieru Win
S-Shinobi vs MrThefter S-Shinobi Win
Gilliam vs Alex G Gilliam Win
Furix vs Fox Furix Win
Twinniss vs Devereaux Devereaux Win by Default
Oreo vs Hwan Oreo Win
Suou vs Akuma Suou Win
MasterChibi vs K_ vs Zaido  :psyduck:

Second Elimination:

Tare vs Dippy Tare Win
Linalys vs S-Shinobi Linalys Win
Devereaux vs Arlieth Arlieth Win
Leicanos vs ehrik Leicanos Win
Amn vs Nightvoomer Nightvoomer Win
Pfhor vs Furix Furix Win
Scott vs Syn Scott Win (SYN LOSES HIS OWN TOURNAMENT)
Choco vs Shieru Choco Win
Sled vs MasterChibi Sled Wins by Default
Suou vs Qae Qae Wins
Canas vs Gilliam Gilliam Win
Knux vs Multi Multi Win by Default (However he does not advance. Explaination in the bottom near bracket >_>)

Third Elimination:

Tare vs Linalys Tare Win
Furix vs Arly Arly Win
Leicanos vs Scott Leicanos Win
Choco vs Nightvoomer Choco Win
Qae vs Sled Qae Win
Gilliam Bye

Fourth Matches:
Leicanos vs Arly Leicanos Win
Choco vs Tare Tare Win
Qaenyin vs Gilliam Qae Win


Winners Bracket Round Robin Players:
Qaenyin
Tare
Leicanos

Round Robins:
Qaenyin Matches:
 -Leicanos Vs Qae Qae Win
 -Tare vs Qae Qae Win
Tare Matches:
 -Tare vs Qae Qae Win
Leicanos Matches:
 -Leicanos Vs Qae Qae Win






People who gave me their replays and results seperatly, I'll edit into this post.


Bracket:

WARNING HUGE

http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/27/entirebracketzyi6.png Huge

Notes:

The program I was previously using wasn't very good at all. I don't reccomend ever using it. Lol


Basically I recreated the bracket using a better program. I got a few minor issues, but I think its all right now. Gilliam and Choco matches are the only ones that switched oddly. Multi is in losers bracket because his partner could not play him. However, before I could add Multi in to fight Gilliam, Gilliam and Qae thought they were DQ'd permanently and fought. Qae won and Multi didn't mind so I just pushed Multi into Losers. D:

This is how its going to work with the 3 semi finalists of Both losers and winners bracket.

They will fight a round robin. If they tie, then the winner will be chosen by rounds. The person who scores 2nd place in the round robin for Winners Bracket will fight the winner of the Round Robin in Loser's Bracket for Losers Bracket Winner.

THEN the Losers Bracket winner will fight the Winners Bracket Winner. If its confusing, just ask me and I'll try to rephrase it >_>

(Thanks a bunch to Sibladeko for this suggestion D:)

I SCREWED UP BAD AT THE START LOLOL


Hopefully the battles will go more smoothly now. (Besides the odd Round Robin).

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NetPlay Community / Take Syn's Money Tournament (Netplay Tourney) [Begun]
« on: September 10, 2007, 07:03:43 PM »
~NETPLAY TOURNEY~



Okay I'll be hosting a netplay tourney for MBAC VERB2 for the PC. The netplay program being used will be MBCaster

Prize: $20 Provided by Syn_Sid

NOTICE, IN ORDER TO GET MONEY YOU MAY NEED PAY PAL

Number of Max Players: Variable (Depends on how many are interested)

Number of Rounds/Matches: 3 matches (first to 2)

Restrictions: No character restrictions

Date: Get your matches finished as soon as you can. Finals will be held all at once in the IRC channel

Version of MB: Most updated at the time, unless MBcaster is incompatible with newer versions.

Brackets: Winners, Losers + Grand Finals


Okay here are the rules:

1. Don't show up, you're automatically disqualified.

2. Save replays so we can post videos or it can be used as proof if needed. (Not really necessary due to spectate function)

Send me your replays through PM or IRC

In this Format: YourName vs OtherPerson'sName_# (Number is what number match it was) Ie: If it was your second match, the replay's name would end with _2. Make all 2-3 match replays into one RAR titled: YourName Vs OtherPerson'sName

Example:



3. You can only change characters after losing a match. If you win, you must stick with the same character.

4. If you do not contact your versus partner to set up a match date at all, or if you are absent for several weeks, I will disqualify you.


I will be hosting the tournament on a temporary channel on either efnet or pyoko. I will update with channel info and such.

CLICK ON REAL MAIN BRACKET FOR THE MAIN BRACKET

http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/27/entirebracketzyi6.png Huge

Notes:

The program I was previously using wasn't very good at all. I don't reccomend ever using it. Lol


Basically I recreated the bracket using a better program. I got a few minor issues, but I think its all right now. Gilliam and Choco matches are the only ones that switched oddly. Multi is in losers bracket because his partner could not play him. However, before I could add Multi in to fight Gilliam, Gilliam and Qae thought they were DQ'd permanently and fought. Qae won and Multi didn't mind so I just pushed Multi into Losers. D:

This is how its going to work with the 3 semi finalists of Both losers and winners bracket.

They will fight a round robin. If they tie, then the winner will be chosen by rounds. The person who scores 2nd place in the round robin for Winners Bracket will fight the winner of the Round Robin in Loser's Bracket for Losers Bracket Winner.

THEN the Losers Bracket winner will fight the Winners Bracket Winner. If its confusing, just ask me and I'll try to rephrase it >_>

(Thanks a bunch to Sibladeko for this suggestion D:)

I SCREWED UP BAD AT THE START LOLOL


Hopefully the battles will go more smoothly now. (Besides the odd Round Robin).

IRC CHANNEL IS IRC.PYOKO.ORG #TSMT


Here is the form:

Code: [Select]
Nickname:
Contact Information:
Location:

CURRENT PARTICIPANTS:

Nick: Fox
Contact: AIM - Shadowkubi
Location: NYC

Nickname: FURIX
Contact Information: Here? PM me :x... (I don't give out my AIM/MSN etc on forums), you can always fine me at IRC
Location: Texas

Nickname: Devereaux
Contact: IRC
Location: Norcal

Nickname: Twinniss
Location: Maryland
Contact: IRC

Nickname: Captain-Scrub
Contact Information: HolyDragonSword(AIM) and that IRC shit
Location: Massachusetts.

Nickname: Tarp
AIM: xShiRoiKyox  MSN: Dragonmaster_Ghaleon@hotmail.com YIM: KeiyaWolfstar IRC: Usually TarpKayin on #mbac
Location: Connecticut

Nick: mrThefter
Location: USWest, SoCal, LA
Contact: AIM: IWonderChefI

Nick: Arlieth
Contact: AIM: Arlieth
Location: Southern California, USA

Nickname: Dakanya
Contact Information: Dakanya (AIM/IRC)
Location: Norcal

Nick - Silent Shinobi
Contact - SilentShinobi06 on AIM or S-Shinobi on IRC
Location - Bama

Nickname: LoliSauce
Contact Info: Tim oniisan (AIM), Luminblast2002@aol.com (MSN), LoliSauce (irc)
Location: Vegas

Nickname: Leicanos
Contact Info: Fuzzyslipaz@hotmail.com (MSN), Brandon/Brandino (IRC)
Location: Ohio

Nickname: Choco
Contact Information: chocoincongito on AIM, chocoincognito@gmail.com, or PM me! Also in #MBAC, #SRM and #meltybread
Location: Mesa, Arizona

Nickname: Q-chu
AIM: PenQuinn72 also on IRC a lot as Q-chu
Location: Arizona

Nickname: Soniti
Contact Information: IRC- Soniti on EFnet, Shadow/Soniti on Rizon, Soniti on Deltaanime
Location: Southern California

Name: TBT
Contact Info: Here via PM or thebrassthief on AIM.
Location: Ohio

Nick: Ehrik
Contact: Irc, omegitsme@gmail.com (MSN)
Location: Virginia

Nickname:Shieru
Contact Information:#SRM at pyoko.org
Location:North Mexico

Nickname: Amn
Contact Information: amn.123@hotmail.com (MSN), or Amn in #SRM and #MBAC channels.
Location: Sweden

Nickname: MarGeta
Contact Information: margeta-@hotmail.com (MSN), or Margeta in #SRM
Location: Sweden

Nick: Syn_Sid
Contact: AIM:Cidfan2001; IRC:Syn_Sid
Location: Charleston, South Carolina

Nick: scott
Contact: AIM - indigosvt
Location: SoCal

Nickname: IkemotoTATARI/Ike
Contact Information: IkezHeer on AIM, IkemotoTATARI on #srm
Location: Anchorage, Alaska :x

Nickname:  Jen
Contact Information: JenXIII @ #MeltyBlood @ irc.deltaanime.net [/plug]
Location:  Bay Area, CA

Nickname: Jett
Contact Information: Jett @ #MeltyBlood @ irc.deltaanime.net (yus same as Jen XD)
Location: Canada, Quebec

AIM: Nightvooomer
Contact: IRC
Location: Louisiana

Nickname: Canas
Contact Information: Canas - #meltyblood @ deltaanime.net
Location: Montreal, Canada

Nick: M.Song
Contact Information: Jyushinsh or Jyu|lap on efnet
Location: Florida

Nickname: Sledeau
Contact Information: Sledeau on IRC (pyoko, efnet, esper)
Location: Minnesota

Nickname: Danielsan
Contact Information: real21@hotmail.de (MSN)
Location: Germany

Name: Alex G
Contact: Aim - Mozanrath0
Location: Florida

Nickname: MasterChibi
Contact info: aim - AkarIchijo
Location: NEW JERSEY

Name: Keith
AIM: TheKeithD
Location: Massachusetts

Name: Gilliam
Contact: Pm me
Location: Texas

Akuma2002
|akuma| on #srm channel, akuma2002@hotmail.com
Location: Belgium

Nickname: Oreo
Contact Information: AIM-Knux14
Location: Vermont, USA, ok? Sad

Sabator
Contact: IRC (#SRM)
Location: UK

Suou
TX, USA
Saikikka@msn.com or #SRM

Nickname: Hwan
Contact Information: drag0nkill@hotmail.com or yususyak@sgreigersbos.nl
Location: Holland

Nick: Multi
Contact: IRC
Location: Texas, USA

Nick:Qaenyin
AIM:Qaenyin
Location:Portland, Oregon, USA

Nickname: Kiripsan
Contact Information: AIM - kirby of legends, MSN - supermariox@msn.com
Location: Masschusetts

Nickname: s0ma
Contact Information: IRC, nick: 's0matic' (PM or just type my name in chat.) Currently idling in #mbac, #srm, & #meltybread.
Location: SoCal (LA area.)

Tare
pc1x1
Pfhor
lolly
Linalys
Harem
(LAST MINUTE SIGN UP DUDES, CONTACT THEM AT IRC)


Current Number of Players: 48

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NetPlay Community / Good Games!
« on: September 10, 2007, 01:26:22 PM »
All right this thread is dedicated to anyone who played anyone online. Tell the other person on how to improve their character or just say Good games :)

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Tournaments and Events / Magfest 2008 Jan 3-6, Alexandria VA
« on: August 19, 2007, 05:14:07 PM »
www.magfest.org (Site is down atm)

My friend will be hosting a Melty Blood tournament at Magfest from January 3-6. Magfest is located in Alexandria, VA, so anyone in Maryland and Virginia come sign up  :toot:

The people at Magfest also agreed to a projector for MB :> We'll be taking up a whole wall.

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