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I shunned a voodoo witch, decapitated a black cat
Jan 1, 2000
Milltown USA
A lot of people have already joined, but for those who don't have any stats for the character they want to enter in the league or if their character doesn't have a bio on record from NEW, WFW, WFW:NE or the Character Graveyard, you need to fill out the following form.

Also take note, while I RP a old school technician turned shoot fighter and a Japanese wrestler, I don't really want dry characters, I like characters which are larger than life and that stand out....

Welcome to New Generation Enterprises, before we get started, let me tell you a little about how the league will work.

What You Need To Know To Do Well

The key to doing well in the league is developing an compelling character with good promos, character development, and angles. You aren't necessarily always RPing match to match, you are RPing for your overall spot in the league and where you will be placed in your next program. There will be occasions, but hopefully not too numerous, where for storyline reasons the better RPer doesn't always win, but if you RP well, not only will you do well in your match, but in the next programming you will be rewarded for your previous effort.


As an English major, it is hammered into your head about the value of words and that if you use a word too much, it loses its meaning. I don't mind if it is done on occasion because your character requires it to show emotion, but try not to overdo because then it could become meaningless.


I know it isn't as fun for some people or that some people can't do the face characters well, I'm not even sure what a babyface is myself these days. Do whatever you do best well and we will try to make babyfaces and heels based on who the characters naturally are. If you can do a good babyface, god bless you, you are a dying breed.

Doing Jobs To Setup Angles

Sometimes in tags and six mans to setup a bigger program, a wrestler will do a job to setup a bigger more compelling storyline. New Japan often uses this style to build up guys in the lower and midcard as credible challenges to a higher guy.

Mentioning History

Our universe includes IWF, GLCW, BAD, LVW, NEW, WFW, and WFW:NE... if you mention anything outside of that, I won't know it.

RPing or Promoing

I prefer the word promoing to RPer because we aren't a bunch of Dungeon and Dragons geeks. We are well rounded, mentally stable people... well, some of us are. Here are the rules for RPing...

1. The stacking rule - I know things have changed since I left and the standard is 48 hours, I'm going to slightly change that. If your opponent hasn't responded in 24 hours, you can do another promo, not to develop your feud, but to promote your character. That means that if you are doing a series like the old Hulk Hogan/Mean Gene training skits, you can have your guy training for the match or you can have going to see a old superstar from the past or visiting a scenic place (Jericho in Washington, DC ie Conspiracy Angle) or something of that nature.

2. Our shows will happen from various locations, if at all possible, try to work this into your promos with an occasional mention or even setting it in a place near the upcoming show.

3. Anything else goes

Before we move on to the info you need to join, a little info on myself.. I started back in 1991 with the RPWA, after the move away from real wrestlers and I left the MFL which was run by Keith Turner, I started NGEN, which did quite well for itself. After several years, I "retired" and left the promotion to Kevin Metti to spend more time working on Prodigy moderating chats and doing trivia. I unretired to become VP of BAD with Anthony Baronius which was probably the most fun I ever had before AB moved on to write screenplays and lost interest in wrestling. The last match, last meaningful match, I wrote was at the Superbowl of Wrestling which established a young Manson in a match against Doc Silver. After BAD died, I stayed with Prodigy until things went down south and then I went off to the net and AIM country. In December of 2000 after a long break, I started ShootAngle with Zach Arnold, unfortunately I took seriously ill and lost a lot of weight, so I was very limited in temperament and what I could do which led to its ultimate demise. But in that time, I helped to launch GH & Joe and Alfredo Esparza careers on the net which I'm quite proud of even having the smallest part in. After ShootAngle's demise, realizing I didn't want anything to do with net reporting ever again, I went on to become part of the Deathvalley Driver chat and later on as founder of the Puroresu Power/Strong Style Spirit chat room. When my old Battlebots reporter Chris Horowitz was looking for new guys, I joined the IWF in hopes of having a few more matches before I closed the door on Fantasy Wrestling but my interest was renewed once again and I realized that I wanted to run a league. RPing was never as fun for me as running a league because I love stories and helping to develop characters as a graduate in English Literature from Rutgers.

WFW went really well for a long time, and I personally think I had the best crew on FWC, but I wrote out everything and had a ridiculous number of shows over 100 pages long and didn't minimize my unnecessary aggravation so I burnt myself out for awhile. But I've learned from my mistakes and with the help of Sean Edmunds (a good friend who I've know for over twelve years, whom I've only had six months of problems with in that whole entire time), he helped to motivate me once again in WFW:NE and I will be using a lot of the structural details done I learned from him to save time and aggravation here into NGEN.

I consider myself a student of wrestling. I love wrestling. I love to watch promotions like WWE, CHIKARA, DDT, Dragon Gate, New Japan, and Osaka Pro.

I hope to incorporate my twenty years of knowledge, and my degree in English, into my work to be an even better card writer than I was before.

I hope you come a long for the trip.

Here is the info you need to join...


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