Description: You won't believe this crazy Losers Final match for MotM '15 at EVO 20XX between Insinuation (Quon) and Playerwasp (Rust Jr.)! (You are hereby clickbaited. p.s. Firefox users not allowed, they are dirty casuals.)

A heavy set man sitting back at the announcer's table wears a grin on his face. This has been an incredible EVO 20XX. Hypes has seen the big names in Match of the Millenium get knocked off one by one. ALonggg... Shogo... DomBison. Now here we are at the match point of the Loser Bracket finals. All of the fights have gone to the final round. Whoever wins this match gets to fight for the championship. The loser goes home with less money in their pocket.

Insinuation has been having trouble dealing with some of the shenanigans that come part and parcel with fighting against Rust Jr. But one thing is for sure, Insinuation has various characters in his pocket and most believe he could put on a strong performance with any of the characters in the game. In the tournament thus far, he's used Ayame, Seishirou, and Sada. He seems to deliberating over whether not to use Quon and he hovers over him for a moment before pulling the trigger and selecting Quon.

It's a strange choice since Quon took a hit in the tier lists after losing his Roaring Guardian in this game. But his rush down game might be enough to send Insinuation to the finals

Oh, Rust Jr., that strange man in place of dear old dad... the world was given someone with one of the most noxious zoners there is (who for some reason has not had much representation in tournaments until EVO). Good reach, decent mobility considering his archetype, borderline abusive irregular frame data on his backdash that for some reason has already survived at least one balance revision... Quon is probably one of the best checks there is in the current metagame given their ease of closing in on and opening up people.
Something ALonggg was forced to respect after he got taken out this year by someone he called a weak character!!
Playerwasp - who incidentally is not a white anglo-saxon protestant - looks poised to potentially take it all the way as he smiles and nods along at Insinuation's pick. He's stuck with Rust Jr. pretty much the entire tournament after at last having to cope with life without a character using Panther Ambush.
"Looks like he'll be going for it," comments one Seth Crubisaac, whose nickname is currently being gleefully mocked by the usual stream monsters, "after the first one I thought he'd go back to Ayame, but nope, looks like they'll be taking Quon against Rust Jr. there... it's a clear signal. No more laming out, this match is going to be a convincing one either way."
"I mean, I saw how the crowd was ready to throw some of the molotovs they brought in here after that one time out," he adds with a wince, "why do they even sell those at tournament booths? Nothing good can come of that."

Hypes doesn't even hesitate in answering that question. "For two reasons. Because they still haven't forgiven the item shenanigans in that previous EVO finals with Rust vs Aranha. And because those molotovs are barato. Say it with me. Barato."

And while Quon might be one of the best checks for Rust Jr's zoning game, he's missing the Roaring Guardian in his anti-zoning game. The stage is randomly select and they land squarely in the ruins of Metro City on the partially destroyed bridge.

They skip through the stage intro and on to the character intros before the fight begins. Insinuation turns towards Playerwasp and nods and then returns his focus to the screen.

"I don't know," scrub murmurs, "I kind of miss the days of empty bottles and rocks myself-- oh, here we go, the final round for the Loser's Finals, we're going. We know Insinuation is going to want to keep that gap closed, so long as he can get past--"
Playerwasp edges forward ever so slightly before promptly mashing the medium punch button, which is probably the one thing they were hoping he wouldn't do.
"--that standing Medium Punch. Very good spacing tool in the neutral game, one of the better combinations of reach and speed, but Quon has answers for that. Playerwasp should know that already given he had a rough match earlier in the tournament against a Quon--"
Until such comes to fruition, though, the man of culturally inappropriate taste in hairstyle continues to make quick inward swings in rapid succession with what is assumed hopes that Insinuation will just walk into it, or will stuff the incorrect approach.
It's very difficult to say anything interesting about braindead normal spamming.

COMBATSYS: Rust has started a fight here on the right meter side.

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                                  |-------\-------\0             Rust

COMBATSYS: Quon has joined the fight here on the left meter side.

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Quon             0/-------/------=|-------\-------\0             Rust

COMBATSYS: Quon blocks Rust's Medium Strike.

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Quon             0/-------/-----==|-------\-------\0             Rust

Quon doesn't instantly charge face forward right into that standing medium punch. Insinuation correctly assumes that it's a trap and quickly pulls back on the stick sending the wannabe Hong Kong Hitmaker into a block animation the drives him back a little. One of the annoying things about that normal is that it is very safe on block and so Insinuation pulls Quon back a little to reposition before he begins to try to get in on Rust Jr.

He dashes forwards for a half... maybe three quarters of a second before leaping at Rust Jr. and then canceling into Quon's dive kick, Eagle Catches Mouse. He probably thinks the combination of speed and unusual angle will make zoning him out difficult. Playerwasp will need pixel perfect timing to catch him in the air and the rebound makes it safe on most blocks. It's rare character that has an anti-air that has the angle required to pick on him off on block in that movem

Hypes speaks up. "This looks like it could be leading to one of those Mouse Catcher combos."

COMBATSYS: Rust interrupts Eagle Catches Mouse from Quon with Medium Strike.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|==-----\-------\0             Rust

There is hissing from the announcer's booth as Medium Punch spam meets Quon's Mouse catcher combo opener. "Insinuation's spacing was off by just... wow, I don't know if Playerwasp made a hard read or didn't catch the windup, but they've both traded hits..."
What sort of interesting things can be described about the recoil as Rust Jr. exaggeratedly slides back with his upper body bent like so? It's pretty silly-looking! (Okay, that's one thing, then.) The decaying Metro Bridge creaks and visibly swerves with every movement, as though even being on the bridge were enough to see it collapse into oblivion.
"Sometimes you can slip in a DP off a trade against an opponent jumping on on him, but Playerwasp seems to think Quon's too far to be hit by that... I don't think it would've landed--"
scrub continues the difficult job of trying to communicate what's going on, on the fly, to a rabid audience. There seems to be a visible pitchfork now.
"He's not backdashing, he's not moving in, no, Playerwasp is seeming to say he's happy standing right there..."

On the upside, Insinuation won't have to worry about Hypes chiding him about cleaning up his plate. Well that right there was a learning experience for Insinuation. Quon, having been knocked out of the air, goes to fall and seeing as Playerwasp is not going to pursue or retreat, Quon safe rolls forwards.

In attempt to come in and do something about standing Medium Punch. He moves in, attempting to bait out that standing Medium Punch again before back dashing and dropping down into his command normal sliding medium kick which if doesn't connect, willl still atleast keep him somewhat close.

"With no native projectile or anti-projectile attack, Quon has no choice but to close in. I get a feeling that Insinuation is being baited by Playerwasp," says Hypes as he glances over to Scrub.

COMBATSYS: Rust dodges Quon's Medium Punch.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|==-----\-------\0             Rust

"Baited by a--"
It's called just as Rust Jr. kicks off the ground straight up into the air, just missing the sliding kick--
"--I'm not finishing that, that's for the stream-- Quick Fix, there, sharp angle, he's really going to do it with Quon that close, I don't knoooooww---"
We also don't know how he's able to clearly and concisely communicate something within the fractions of a section it takes for the animation - looks like Rust Jr. is hurling down a roll of duct-tape this time? - in mid-air to complete of the eccentric handyman ninja, hanging in mid-air for a second before coming right down.
Playerwasp might have keyed in the command a few frames too late to really say he caught Insinuation...!

COMBATSYS: Quon blocks Rust's Quick Fix.

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Quon             0/-------/-======|==-----\-------\0             Rust

It's not that the timing is horrible. In fact timing is excellent. If not for the fact that Insinuation wants to stay inside right now, it would've been the perfect trap to cut off a retreat. The duct tape hits Quon forcing him to slide back a bit in his crouching block animation.

Hypes has to add his two cents in. "Much like the previous rounds, neither seems to have a major advantage over the other. This fight may come down to who flinches first."

Quon attempts to dash in to get to Rust Jr's landing location. If he can get there and if he can get the timing right, he'll perform a hip throw on Rust sending him down to the ground.

COMBATSYS: Quon successfully hits Rust with Quick Throw.

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Quon             0/-------/=======|=====--\-------\0             Rust

"Insinuation caught him!" scrub announces as Playerwasp flubs the throw escape window and Rust Jr. hits the ground in a hard knockdown. "This could be his chance to really get in a life lead - even Rust Jr. has some problems dealing with Quon after being knocked down--"
The crowd cheers for what detractors may call the inevitable flowchart, as per the usual hobby bias towards pressing buttons up close as being the one true mark of skill over those who press buttons from afar, but that's a rant scrub will probably save for some charged moment on the DAHK HOSSE stream.
"WHEN'S DAHK HOSSE?!" Someone clearly shouts from the audience, as though they were able to read the narration. Quiet, you.
"Looks like Playerwasp is going to delay getting up to try and throw off a potential offensive vortex..."
As advertised, Rust Jr. takes his sweet time pulling himself up - but he has one of the slower knockdown recovery animations of the game's cast. Will it be enough to throw off Insinuation's new momentum?!

COMBATSYS: Rust focuses on his next action.

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Quon             0/-------/=======|=====--\-------\0             Rust

Insinuation focuses in as if he smells blood in the water. Quon goes in leading in with the command slide which would allow him to hit OTG. He might just a little to late for that though. He still keeps himself close by and then goes into a token normal combo crouching light kick, crouching medium and leading to a high low mix up. The question is will it be the low shin kick mid double palm strike of Immovable Mountain or is he going to go high with the front flip kick of his variation of Crossing the Bridge?

Hypes looks to be getting the excited, "This is the type of pressure Quon players are known for. Is he going to open Rust Jr. up?"

COMBATSYS: Rust fails to interrupt Crossing the Bridge from Quon with Cement Mixer.

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Quon             1/----===/=======|=======\-------\0             Rust

"That's Playerwasp whiffing the wakeup DP!" Ah, the boogeyman that haunts this iteration of the game - it's either about the vortex or about the crazy invincible wakeup reversals and there seems to be no solution in sight to how to make the wakeup game less dumb on either end, as Rust Jr. helplessly helicopter-spins with the pipe out on up.
The crowd watching this goes nuts, for they always love their blow-ups - and so Quon's true offensive is revealed...!

And when that wake up DP whiffs, it inadvertantly plays into Insinuation's trap more than even he could've hoped for. The overhead of Crossing the Bridge is fairly good anti-air and so when he flips up and over, his heel trailed by water chi as he slams it into his chest driving him to the ground into a bounce.

"He's open," Hypes exclaims. Is time for the wombo combo?"

In order to answer that, Insinuation leaps up, not even getting far into the air before attempting to hit Eagle Catches Mouse. If he lands that, he has enough super to cancel out of the rebound to dive kick back in with Breaking the Shell which is pretty much Eagle Catches Mouse with stomps from alternating feet before he shoves Rust Jr away while Quon himself launches away from Rust Jr.

COMBATSYS: Rust blocks Quon's Breaking the Shell.

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Quon             0/-------/-----==|=======\-------\1             Rust

Insinuation's intense combo punish insinuates the information that ideally, he integrates himself into the grand finals - except for the super cancel opportunity being beat out by an unfortunately timed mid-air recovery.
The halls become deafening with boos and urns (that are being thrown, no boo-urns here) as scrub thinks to hide under the table while Rust Jr. manages some sort of stock defensive mid-air stance - what can really said about the ways one actually blocks in the air? - threatening to turn the announcer's booth into more of a show than the actual fight.
"Insinuation might've clinched it if he hit it-- he was that close. That close! I thought we were about to see a Table combo video in action."
Pushed back to neutral with at least a little distance between them, Playerwasp plays... like a wasp? How does a wasp play videogame? Are there certain traits and stereotypes inherent to wasps that really apply here? Did this Taiwanese super-challenger just decide to be the one to break new ground and understanding in terms of wasps and their interactions with electronic entertainment? Who knows what thoughts go into these player names...
This non-sequitur has been brought to distract the reader from the drudgery that is an incoming projectile spam, as Rust Jr. quickly draws a handful of screwdrivers (how many does he even need?!) from the toolbelt to fling as a single handful as if to help grow the distance between the players.
"Hypes," scrub says off-mic, "can I pull my head up, are they rioting over the dropped combo, I need to know. The chat is actually full of letters and coherent words instead of thetas. Something is about to go down."

COMBATSYS: Rust successfully hits Quon with Tools For The Job.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|=======\=------\1             Rust

Hypes responds off mic as he ducks as well which barely moves him out of the way of a hurled salt shaker filled with salt. "Yes... Yes, they are."

He stays low and glances around until he feels it safe to continue announcing.

"And Insinuation fails to clean his plate. That's when Quon hits the ground and performs back roll to control the distance. It's as if Insinuation knew what was coming next but just couldn't execute the movements necessary to allow Quon to escape scotfree. And those screw drivers have a lot of screen coverage so it's no wonder it was so difficult to get away.

Quon gets sent flying and hits a trash can sending it tumbling, and a turkey spills out of it.

Someone turned items on... SOMEONE TURNED ITEMS ON...

Elsewhere on the EVO floor

Austin Long and Shogo Urahara are off to side raising their Monster Energy Drinks and laugh.

Hypes has seen where this is heading. He just stops announcing and makes himself scarce. There's no good to come from stick around for the ensuing chaos. Meanwhile Insinuation chooses the let the Turkey fade away but more because their controller accidentally gets unplugged. But the damage is done. Insinuation does not clean his plate.

COMBATSYS: Quon takes no action.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|=======\=------\1             Rust

The silence is heard all over the world. The convention center falls silent. Traffic stops in the immediate area. TV broadcast signals come to a halt.
scrub, foolishly, stays in the announcer seat though he is beginning to wonder how protective the booth will be of what is to come.
Something rumbles. Something shakes. Someone set the bass on way, way too damn high.
No, only the images on the screen shake. There is a deep, primal understanding among so many people of walks of life share. No amount of genetic variation separating members of the same species could ever make this sheer instinct go away.
A deafening roar descends upon the stage, and the audience, met by hues of crimson and the wet drops of blood. As it engulfs view of the playing field from the bridge up, two massive parodies of what we may consider arms - were they not made of human corpses - slams down upon the bridge.
The true horror is understood around the whole planet.
Someone turned on stage hazards.
/Stage hazards/.
The casual levels reach terminal amounts, and the entire audience is poised to die of becoming non-competitive scrubs forever and ever. Even the stream chat becomes a genuine, haertfelt flood of statements of support and phone numbers to help hotlines.
Playerwasp takes a moment to help get Insinuation's controller plugged back in. His stance on the matter rings louder than anything he could say about it.

COMBATSYS: Rust takes no action.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|=======\=------\1             Rust

Few hours ago between the winner's bracket semi final and loser's bracket finals.

The fire alarm in went off and everyone had to evacuate the building. The feed was only on the announcer's table and so none of the stream monsters or warriors saw what took place on the console while the building was clearing out.

Morn moved towards the console and then went into options and went into stage hazards, checked it, and added items and when he was done, he left and no one was the wiser except maybe Austin Long who saw the whole thing but said nothing because this could be amusing.
Right now. With this round being match point, and his controller having popped out. Playerwasp, pretty much wins the whole thing anyway. The two agree to continue the fight even though for all intents and purposes, Insinuation is eliminated.

He nods to Playerwasp, and then they unpause and Quon throws a side kick up vertically in the air holding it as he beckons the Rust Jr. as a signal that he's ready to go. Then after the taunt animation finishes, he moves in closer and leans over to the side as he lunges in with a double palm strike and then water chi forms in his palm and gushes out in an attempt to push Rust Jr. away.

COMBATSYS: Rust narrowly escapes Quon's Moving the Mountain!

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Quon             0/-------/----===|=======\=------\1             Rust

Or he would, if /the goddamn stage hazard didn't just punch the stage under view of the players/ and create a whole new set of platforms that suddenly shoots where Rust Jr.'s standing just up and out of attack range. It's not fair! It's not competitive! It's antithesis to REAL PRO SKILL FOREVER.
The rules of common courtesy no longer apply except for gentlemen's honor. The referee is no longer able to enforce any measure of law, order, or any equivalent thereof as now they are in the middle of being flayed alive by those who have awakened to their Riot of the Scrub. It's grisly! It's insane! No one should be playing video games while the world burns behind them (figuratively). Morn waddles away about as gracefully as waddling ever can to go ruin the comp scene for Jumpfist, leaving only the sodium of fools in his wake.
Playerwasp could be almost considered stoic, except he's as surprised about the sudden uplift in Rust Jr.'s footing as anyone and accidentally slips off the ledge into freefall. Those few who calculate frame data for non-competitive situations and purposes may note that he has one of the slower freefall recoveries, but now there's an oncoming bit of debris being flung from behind Quon--
One tap of fierce punch in midair and a pipe swing hits it, knocking it down into Quon's direction. Random unpredictable stage interactions... they are the worst.

COMBATSYS: Rust successfully hits Quon with Large Thrown Object.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|=======\==-----\1             Rust

Insinuation is not prepared for this. He is not prepared for this at all... This was actually not the ruins of Metro City, this was the secret alternate stage of Metro City trapped in Majigen and so the stage moves in very, very, mysterious ways.

The debris comes down but he's so busy concentrating on the free fall that he doesn't see that large chunk of debris plow into him until it's too late.

Unfortunately since he was in the middle of a jump animation, his hit stun was a little longer than he would like. He steps back a little and grabs the fallen trash can from earlier and picks it up lifting it over his head and launching it at Rust Jr. After all, what's good for the goose is good for the gander.

He wasn't prepared for items being used or stage hazards but does he have experience with that as well?

COMBATSYS: Rust fails to slow Large Thrown Object from Quon with Huge Thrown Object.

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Quon             0/-------/--=====|=======\====---\1             Rust

It has devolved very quickly to being less about the skill of the fighters and more about fighting the stage itself with incidental targets you somehow have to hit while not being killed by the stage in question.
A fire has started from around the crowd as those molotov cocktails are brought into play. The fire sprinklers kick on. (They taste of salt. They may in fact actually be spraying salt and not water.)
"Screw this," scrub says, "I'm going off to make Microsoft Brawling Legends," which will clearly be an interesting and cool fighter in vein of whatever this is but somehow not a complete flop or something or... well, forget him.
In so far as what little of a match actually now exists and not as a parody of a well-directed action scene, Playerwasp has Rust Jr. swing that pipe into one of the ruptured steel beams to just completely decimate it and launch it at the trash can in an egregious disparity of physical force versus effect. Humorously, the trash can somehow 'beats' it and after an awkward physics calculation clash that freezes the action on screen entirely, the much larger steel beam is hurled at him with the trash can following behind.
It's a one-two punch of heavy damage followed by the trash can's 'stun' effect via enclosing Rust Jr. within - STUNS!! More anti-competitive nonsense!
Playerwasp cracks a smile anyway, as Rust Jr. teeters uncontrollably on looser and looser footing with an instant death blood river just below, if he can be properly spiked there...

Insinuation breathes a sigh of relief. He saw what Playerwasp was attempting to do and if he got hit with that, he might've gotten knocked towards the doors of Il Paridiso Opera House with a chance of the Opera House doing some strange distortion bull shit and ended the round right there.

Quon kicks over an oil drum and a pipe spills out he grabs the pipe and moves in closer. When he's just in range, he drags the pipe across the ground sending sparks off and then swinging the upward. It has a bit of a long wind-up but at least the animation can be cancelled into a variety of things.

Meanwhile, rotten tomatoes are hitting the stage. It's not pretty.

COMBATSYS: Rust fails to interrupt Large Random Weapon from Quon with Huge Random Weapon.
- Power fail! -

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Quon             0/-------/=======|=======\=======\1             Rust

The depths of mastery and understanding of every possible physic one can encounter in a game can be a difficult discipline to embark upon. Take LuvDiscEmperor, who painstakingly delved so deep into the code of one particularly infamous game of fervent following that he may potentially have a greater understanding of the game's inner workings than its own programmers.
Playerwasp appears to know far more about the, shall we say, less competitively-explored nuances of the game than he lets on. A giant shadow happens upon Rust Jr. and Quon from above. The trash can comes off just about in time for him to make an input. Unaware of which fighter the shadow is following (and having no time to find out), he keys in a heavy attack button so that the hitboxes will clash and leave him relatively safe, trying to time it just as Quon winds up the the pipe strike into what can potentially come next if he whiffs the frame-perfect timing. It's so frame-perfect it's actually half of a frame, delving into fractions of a calculated measure of time unperceivable by those possessed of casual (but scientifically accepted) sense of time, physics, and computation limitations.
Somehow, Playerwasp is on the cusp of mastery of both the casual and the pro. In this impossibly small window of time that even a TAS would balk at attempting, he would glitch the hitbox via this 'clash' and see Quon go squish by the giant corpse-pile hand of the corpse-colossus.
History is not made, and there is a juicy (and hilarious) squishing noise as Rust Jr. is forced into a hard knockdown as the hitbox from the pipe swing takes precedent. Quon is exactly the right length of distance away to not be hit - that means the shadow was tracking Rust Jr., which is its own unfortunate set of strategic implications.
Insinuation will have to adjust his follow-ups to account for hard knockdown, but if any announcer were left, they'd say that Insinuation may just take this round.
...Strangely enough, some people are taking advantage of the brewing riots to try and make off with the TV the two of them are playing on, while they're still playing. Are they too in the zone within the eye of the casual storm to notice?

Insinuation keeps his eye on the screen however, his ears pick up on the sounds of the footsteps coming up on his flank. Insinuation's mastery of range manifests in real life by how he places his foot on the case for his arcade stick and slides it right at the approaching rioter's foot just as it's landing causing him to fall flat on his face. They will finish out the fight come Majigen, or high blood water.

He didn't want the hard knockdown. In fact when he attempts the glitchy hit box clash, Insinuation frowns and that frown stays on his face even through successfully connecting. That frown transforms into a look of concentration as he goes in quick charging animation, cancelling it into a super. He steps forward as he delivers a side kick launching Rust Jr. into the air, he follows it up by flipping into the air as he delivers a the water chi engulfed front flip kick in the style of his Crossing the Bridge variant, only faster driving Rust Jr. back down to the ground, he then flips into air and attempts a stomp.

It's risky but he might manage knock out before the front flip with a half twist drops him off the bridge and into the blood netting him a ring out.

COMBATSYS: Quon successfully hits Rust with Dropping the Bridge.

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Quon             0/-------/---====|>>>>>>>\>>>>>>>\2             Rust

Someone comes up to the announcer's booth. "CRISPY!"
The rest of the match ends on a showy, almost only-really-doable-in-combo-exhibition level movements brought forth by someone who has made it to the Losers Finals of this year's EVO. They are not anyone with something to prove. They are someone with something to show.
In this case, Insinuation at last shows Playerwasp how great the blood is in Majigen at this time of year. The crowd is wild! It's already wild! It's wilder! It's so wild this is all now a place where human civilization no longer exists!
Literally, in the wake of news that EVO has gone full casual, the entire US state that has hosted this even has packed its bags and decided to find some other place to... be. Somehow. It wants nothing more to do with whatever's going on here.
Playerwasp has a placid smile on his face, turning around to offer a handshake to Insinuation as though they weren't about to be mobbed by the screaming, crying faces of those who feel betrayed like their understanding of games and the nature of skill itself was anything but what they pictured.
"PAULINE, WILL YOU MARRY ME?" Asks a random stranger that has now commandeered the announcer's desk.

COMBATSYS: Rust takes no action.

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Quon             0/-------/---====|

COMBATSYS: Rust can no longer fight.

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Quon             0/-------/---====|

COMBATSYS: Quon has ended the fight here.

Log created on 12:15:13 07/28/2015 by Rust, and last modified on 17:18:02 08/04/2015.