Better Layton Never: Gamindustri's Grand Tournament! Purple Sister!SegaT6.4xQ No.757027[View All]
>Several TV Stations in the countries interrupt their scheduled broadcasting for a paid announcement from a country called "Planeptune"
>On the screen, a seemingly young, pink haired girl adjusts the Camera a bit
Alright is this working?
>a bulky silver robot, almost resembling a turtle raises his finger
Yes, Ms. Nepgear, it was performing quite adequately before you started messing with
Oh…eheh, Thanks anyway Serling!
>she takes a bit of a confident pose before taking in a deep breath
As a Movement of Good faith to the people of the world, we here at Gamindustri are challenging the fighters of the world to a Tournament of epic proportions! 32 contestants, including our very own Goddesses, will compete for the right to earn 100 billion bits worth of their chosen currency, as well as the Coveted CPU memory, an artifact quite famous for creating Goddesses and granting immense power!
>stretching a bit on Camera, she sighs
Now I know what you may be thinking, "But Purple Sister, I want to go all out but not have to fear killing my opponent", well for that I've got a simple answer! When the fighters enter the ring, they become digitized to a certain extent, so that rather than dying when hit by a fatal wound, the loser will instead be rematerialized into solid matter in the devirutalization booths behind the stands, in perfect condition as if the fight had never happened, the same will occur if you are knocked out. If they go out of bounds, whether it be flying too far away from the ring, or being knocked out of it, they're devirutialized and lose the Match.
>She smiles brightly
I hope you're all looking forward too it, I've already sent sign up booths to each to various cities through out the world, as well as transportation for Competitors and Spectators!
>As usual with a Tournament, a dubs crit means you've sent your opponent back to the edge of the ring, and on your next post if you're attempting to ring out your opponent, you must roll a "ring out roll" as well as your standard attack roll.
>trips is either instant KO or ring out
>If you think your character has reached their limit, let them lose, no need to needlessly drag it out.