How to play:
[These are questions that we received in a handler's point of view]
Understanding how to play is the key. In the summer of 2002, we experienced UWA Survivor I and we didn't receive any negative feedback at all. Our feedback was positive and this one will be no different in terms of the fun-ness factor.
If you competed in UWA Survivor I, this one is slightly different.
There is a maximum of one wrestler per handler. There are two ways to be accepted in UWA Survivor II. One, you can fill out an application with yourself and three other handlers and you can have a team that you know your buddies. Or Two, you can be on a mixed bag team and fill out an application independently without three other buddies. Meaning that you don't really know who your teammates actually are. There will be four stables accepted (each stable has four wrestlers). Two stables will have handlers who know each other and the other two stables will have handlers who have never met and we, the presidents, will group up those two stables. This may change but it depends on the applications we receive. This might make things more clear for what I have said in this paragraph.
Stable#1) 4 wrestlers who know each other
Stable#2) 4 wrestlers who know each other
Stable#3) 4 wrestlers who DON'T know each other
Stable#4) 4 wrestlers who DON'T know each other
Q: So do I have to have three other friends that I must sign up with?
A: Yes and No. You can, if you want. Because there will be two teams with wresetlers who know each other and there will be two teams with wrestlers who don't know each other.
When you hand in your application and fill out all the necessary information, UWA Survivor is going to have a pretend card. This we did not do in UWA Survivor I. We are going to email each wrestler who handed in an application a well-described fake angle that supposedly happened to them last card. The wrestlers must roleplay and try to incorporate this angle as best as possible in a fake card that we are going to have. Now you ask WHY? Why are doing this to me? This helps us with how well you interact with your angle, it shows your creativity while still maintaining your gimmick. This is going to be ONE HUGE CARD that we are going to have to write, but we are going to find THE BEST. THE best wrestlers in every e-fed and then we will hand select whoever can interact best. Overall, Acceptance will be based on INTERACTIVITY with the angle given to you by the presidents in the fake card, your character gimmicks, your creativity and your role-playing abilities.
Q: Why do you have this fake card before I am actually accepted?
A: It helps our selection process. We'll give you well-described FAKE angle that happened to you last card. And we will have a card using all your fake angles that we assigned to you. You must roleplay as best as possible incorporating that angle we gave you. Interaction is the key that we are trying to see here.
Cards are five days apart from each other (five day intervals). It's the Immunity Main Event that counts! Each Immunity Main Event (IME) is an Extreme style match (i.e. Fighting on a farm, fighting in a casino, fighting along a beach shore). It's the geography of the city that determines the IME. So in Hawaii, the Immunity Main Event will be along the shore of a beach. The wrestler that loses in the Immunity Main Event (so in Hawaii, he who is pinned or made submit on the shore), that team is forced to vote off a member of their team. This makes that team handicapped for their future stay in UWA Survivor II.
Q: So if I can only get voted off if you are in the Immunity Main Event, does that mean that I should only try in the IME???
A: No. Selection is based on what you did the card before. If you did not RP for your match and you lost horribly. You will most likely be thrown into the Immunity Main Event the next card. Usually losers are put in the IME.
Schedule- In Chapter 8: It is "Farm Frenzy" in Dallas, Texas Whoever fights in the Immunity Main Event in Dallas, Texas, fight on a farm. The wrestler that gets pinned or made submit, the team that he is on are forced to vote off a team member.
Schedule- In Chapter 13: It is "D-hydrate" in Africa Whoever fights in the Immunity Main Event in Africa fight on the Savannah on African soil. The wrestlers that gets pinned or made submit, the team that he is on are forced to vote off a team member.
Q: How and When do I cast my vote?
A: There will be ONE email address that you give to me from the very start. That is the email address that you must cast your vote with. There are no other email addresses that you can use. As soon as you read the card, you must cast your vote. You give one full day after we post the card (24 hours) to cast your vote. If no vote is casted, we cast the vote for you.
16 WRESTLERS BATTLING FOR IMMUNITY
Day 1: 16 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 2: 15 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 3: 14 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 4: 13 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 5: 12 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 6: 11 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 7: 10 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 8: 9 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 9: 8 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 10 7 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 11: 6 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Day 12: 5 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Tokyo: 4 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Tokyo: 3 wrestlers remain : (1 wrestler kicked out)
Tokyo: 2 wrestlers remain : (One will be crowned UWA Survivor II)
Q: Will the Ultimate Wrestling Alliance continue as a fed after the UWA Survivor II?
A: No. We have these big interfed promotions with such well-written, well-thought out and well-updated data, that we just give it our ALL and cannot continue any longer. We're like the countdown to a new year with all the same excitement and then when we end, we just fade away until the next Survivor comes.
If you have any questions contact email@example.com. This is a lot of fun if you get accepted in UWA Survivor II. UWA Survivor I was a blast! Everyone enjoyed it! So we hope to hear from you.