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PostSubject: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 20, 2012 5:21 am

First topic message reminder :

Basically, I'm gonna pit some monsters against eachother and YOU the viewers, decide who would win!

Note: Large Monsters Only

ROUND 1

Rathian vs Gigginox

ROUND 2

2000 Great Jaggi vs Jhen Mohran

ROUND 3

Mini Uragaan vs Royal Ludroth

ROUND 3

Agnaktor vs Lagiacrus

ROUND 4

Barioth vs Diablos

ROUND 5

50 Rathalos vs Alatreon

ROUND 6

75 Gobul vs Ceadeus

ROUND 7

Uragaan vs Deviljho

ROUND 8

10 Great Baggi vs Barroth



Qurupeco gets a bye (automatically proceeds to next batch)

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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Fri Oct 26, 2012 5:00 pm

@It's meh wrote:
this was purely an uragaan win, ESPECIALLY with 45 of them!
There'd be so many bombs placed out that if he'd charge, he'd be exploded so many times that he'd HAVE to stop.
This match was rigged, the uragaans were badly poisoned before the battle.

I have to agree, if the ala fought on land he wouldnt stand a chance against uragans.

If the ala fought on air tho... that could have been a different story
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 27, 2012 11:22 am

@Lalo wrote:
@It's meh wrote:
this was purely an uragaan win, ESPECIALLY with 45 of them!
There'd be so many bombs placed out that if he'd charge, he'd be exploded so many times that he'd HAVE to stop.
This match was rigged, the uragaans were badly poisoned before the battle.

I have to agree, if the ala fought on land he wouldnt stand a chance against uragans.

If the ala fought on air tho... that could have been a different story

The battle was MAINLY in the air for Alatreon, but I see your point, guess I'm a bit of a crap deathmatch tournament host.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 27, 2012 12:15 pm

@GrashXL002 wrote:
@Lalo wrote:
@It's meh wrote:
this was purely an uragaan win, ESPECIALLY with 45 of them!
There'd be so many bombs placed out that if he'd charge, he'd be exploded so many times that he'd HAVE to stop.
This match was rigged, the uragaans were badly poisoned before the battle.

I have to agree, if the ala fought on land he wouldnt stand a chance against uragans.

If the ala fought on air tho... that could have been a different story

The battle was MAINLY in the air for Alatreon, but I see your point, guess I'm a bit of a crap deathmatch tournament host.

Are you actually hosting the battles in game using hacks? If so, then this is an awesome idea. If not....
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 27, 2012 12:48 pm

@Ultimate Jaggi wrote:

Are you actually hosting the battles in game using hacks? If so, then this is an awesome idea. If not....

That would be fantastic!
sadly, Deviljho+Agna+Jhen on arena (or desert for that matter) would be a HUGE game crash.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 27, 2012 12:53 pm

Watching the matches in game?

Sadly, no xD

Wish I could though, I'm just going by my opinion.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Oct 27, 2012 8:55 pm

Hmm, well judging from your posts it seemed like you actually witnessed the battle. That would be amazing though. Minus the jhen ones loolll
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Thu Nov 08, 2012 2:32 pm

Bump. This could use an update, Grash. Get on with it!
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Thu Nov 08, 2012 3:09 pm

Mr Stark wrote:
Bump. This could use an update, Grash. Get on with it!

Dammit, I thought this thread was forgotten about...

Guess I gotta get back to work on it.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Thu Nov 08, 2012 4:56 pm

Lool you should include one that you think would even compete with the Jho-riding-jhen tag team duo XD
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Nov 10, 2012 6:30 am

@GrashXL002 wrote:
WINNER'S BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Barroth because it was obvious.

Qurupeco calls on mates - Barroth charges - Peco dies

SIMPLE

ROUND 2:

Rathian won by a hairs breadthe.

Barioth was fast and downed Rathian a few times, but Rathian had an elemental advantage, despite that though, Barioth had more damage and health anyway. Good fight!

ROUND 3:

Giant Deviljho due to his SIZE.

The Rathalos team were HOPELESS, Jhozilla was too powerful and too tall, so they all died.

ROUND 4:

Jhen Mohran, but only just.

This was actually a close win for Jhen. Agnaktor could burrow underground, attack the belly, and snipe from far distances, while Jho could dragon breath the sides. It was close, but Jhen was just too powerful and killed them both. Great fight!

Mini Uragaan got a bye.

LOSER'S BATCH!

ROUND 1:

Lagiacrus won by elemental and size advantage.

Lagiacrus just shocked all the Gobuls to death. Simple.

ROUND 2:

Giant Gobul.

G Gobul easily flashed and paralized all the G Jaggis, allowing him to bite them all to death, he could also go underground, giving him an advantage.

ROUND 3:

Diablos, like Barroth, lead the CHARGE!

Even with all those G Baggi trying to sleep him, Diablos just pounded them all to the ground, almost effortlessly.

ROUND 4:

This was tough, but Alatreon.

EVEN with 45 rolling half-mountains, EVEN with the elemental disadvantage in the air, Alatreon was just too powerful for the 45 Uragaans, with his ice rain and dragon charge, the Uragaans died swiftly.

ROUND 5:

Gigginox won with health+damage advantage.

This was an EASY one, Gigginox was just belly flopping around and R.Ludroth just couldn't keep up and eventually died. Good fight!

PROCEEDING TO THE NEXT WINNER'S BATCH!

Ceadeus was voted into Winner's batch 3, so here he is.

ROUND 1:

Giant Deviljho + Barroth vs Jhen Mohran

ROUND 2:

Ceadeus vs Lagiacrus + Royal Ludroth + Gobul

ROUND 3:

Rathian vs Mini Uragaan

PROCEEDING TO THE NEXT LOSER'S BATCH!

ROUND 1:

2 Lagiacrus vs Giant Gobul

ROUND 2:

25 Diablos + 15 Gigginox vs Alatreon







WINNER'S BATCH

ROUND 1:

Jhen is a dam wall of HP, we can all agree, but massive jho is a hard hitter.

It's simple, Giant Jho can dragon breath and smash the sides and the front and hardly take any damage (jhen, although he has a ton of HP, has patheticly weak attacks, which is the opposite of Kirin), Barroth would just be there as a back-up for extra damage, but Barroth died during the fight, but we have a ton of Barroths so... he gets through.

ROUND 2:

Ceadeus won, FULL STOP.

Lagi was the main leader for this fight, shockin Ceadeus, defending Gobul and R.Ludroth (who btw died in around 6 minutes because this was an area 3 fight), but Ceadeus was just too big and too powerful for Mr.Lagiacrus.

ROUND 3:

Ummm... this was TOUGH.

No one had an elemental advantage here, infact, they BOTH had an elemental DISADVANTAGE, due to BOTH of them having a MASSIVE resistance against fire. But sheer strength and difficulty to hit made Mini-Uragaan the champion. I mean, if you were a dragon who is about the size of two fully grown men, do you think you'd be able to hit a tiny mountain that's rolling around and bashing and flinging rocks at you, who is about 1/3 of a fully grown man's size. I THINK NOT.

LOSER'S BATCH

ROUND 1:

2 Lagiacrus by FAR.

Elemental advantage, bigger, faster, look cooler.

Need I say more?

ROUND 2:

THINK.

Who cares if Alatreon was able to take on 35 Uragaans (I made a typo in the original, I meant 35), 25 Diablos charging and digging ALONG WITH 15 Gigginox hopping around and poisoning, Alatreon wouldn't survive TOO long.

But there is an arguement for Alatreon because Gigginox is WEAK and Alatreon will ALWAYS have an elemental advantage on ANYTHING that isn't weak to water (Uragaan, Agnaktor, etc).

PROCEEDING TO THE FINAL 6!

ROUND 1:

Ceadeus vs 3 Lagiacrus

ROUND 2:

Giant Deviljho + Diablos vs Barroth + Mini-Uragaan + Gigginox



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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Nov 10, 2012 8:14 am

ROUND 1: Ceadeus vs 3 Lagiacrus
This is a good one. Ceadeus has some Dragon element attacks (Dragon being a Lagriacus' secondary weakness) and is a wall of HP, while the Lagriacus trio have plenty of Thunder, one of Ceadeus' primary weaknesses, and Ceadeus would have a hard time hitting them all at once (apart from the fact that they're faster).

I call 50/50.



ROUND 2: Giant Deviljho + Diablos vs Barroth + Mini-Uragaan + Gigginox
Giant Deviljho would own MiniGaan, since an Uragaan's secondary weakness is Dragon. And it would quite easily eat Gigginox alive, pinning it with its sheer weight. Diablos, meanwhile, is stronger than Barroth, and has far better reach and a wider moveset. Barroth can dig, but I've rarely seen it come out of the ground hitting anything.

World Eater + The Two-horned Devil, hands down.
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sat Nov 10, 2012 8:59 am

Guy, hey you guys?

How about this?

Hungry Deviljho Vs. World Eater DevilJho?

No? Okay.. /sad/
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:40 am

I screwed up... AGAIN.

You guys are making me do this when I'm EXTREMELY tired, so I put Giant Deviljho + DIABLOS when it was just Giant Deviljho on his own.

Silly me -_-
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PostSubject: Re: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) Monster Deathmatches   Sun Dec 07, 2014 2:34 pm

Well then, this needs an update... Hmmmm.... I might go to the ultimate section and start my own one there. Don't worry our facilities are updated now, we don't poison the ones we want to lose before the match.
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