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I figured it would make more sense the other way around. If you're powerful enough to reliably restrain these strong fighters to steal their power, why hold a tournament? Much easier to take the power from the weakened losers. Then, there would be a plot in the tournament to try and figure out what's happening, and another plot for the losers to be part of, instead of just being like 'well you lost so there's not really a point to you being here anymore except for minimal between-round interactions.'
 
I figured it would make more sense the other way around. If you're powerful enough to reliably restrain these strong fighters to steal their power, why hold a tournament? Much easier to take the power from the weakened losers. Then, there would be a plot in the tournament to try and figure out what's happening, and another plot for the losers to be part of, instead of just being like 'well you lost so there's not really a point to you being here anymore except for minimal between-round interactions.'
   
I was hoping something like this would have enough drive to continue, not being too long or too uneventful, like many tournaments are.
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I was hoping something like this would have enough drive to continue, not being too long or too uneventful, like many tournaments are. Who wins or loses in the first round can be chosen before it begins. Those who want to be part of the escape plot can say so, and those who want to be part of the tournament can do so as well.

Latest revision as of 20:59, March 21, 2016

I figured it would make more sense the other way around. If you're powerful enough to reliably restrain these strong fighters to steal their power, why hold a tournament? Much easier to take the power from the weakened losers. Then, there would be a plot in the tournament to try and figure out what's happening, and another plot for the losers to be part of, instead of just being like 'well you lost so there's not really a point to you being here anymore except for minimal between-round interactions.'

I was hoping something like this would have enough drive to continue, not being too long or too uneventful, like many tournaments are. Who wins or loses in the first round can be chosen before it begins. Those who want to be part of the escape plot can say so, and those who want to be part of the tournament can do so as well.

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