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This is a very simple version of the rules because the fight itself was created with simplicity and speed in mind. Usually jed’hin matches don’t last more than 10 minutes, mostly depending on the typing speed of those participating.
For jed’hin you will need two participants. In this example we will use Fighter A and Fighter B. Often another player tends to play the part of referee. A referee’s job is to ensure that no illegal moves are used; pointed-hoof kicking, blows to the crotch, elbow to the face, ect….
The goal of jed’hin is to be the fighter that reaches five points. Points are awarded for every winning roll. Rolls are usually 1-10 and determine which fighter wins their move.
Fighter A and Fighter B stand opposite of each other in a circular ring. After emoting a bow the referee will start the match. The start of the match always begins with the fighters charging and crashing crests first. Both players roll.
- Fighter A gets a roll of 9
- Fighter B gets a roll of 4
Fighter A wins the roll and is awarded 1 point.
The player with the winning roll always starts the emote. The opponent responds to the emote and then replies with a defensive and/or offensive emote.
- Fighter A: “Rushes forward with a gallop from the get-go, his head low and muscles taut ready to use all his strength into the charge. The crests crash with a mighty blow." 
- understand this is a simplified emote, players tend to be more detailed and eloquent
- Fighter B: “The force of impact was too much for him to withstand and he bounces back hard to the ground, the wind knocked out of him. As he quickly recuperates he then attempts a tail sweep to Fighter A's ankles.”
Now both players roll again; 1-10.
- Fighter A gets a roll of 7
- Fighter B gets a roll of 6
Fighter A wins the roll and is awarded 1 point. Fighter A now has 2 points while Fighter B still has 0 points.
Again Fighter A starts the emote because they won the roll, and Fighter B replies second. But if Fighter B won that roll then they would have started the emote and his attack would’ve landed.
Each match goes on like this until one players accumulates 5 points first. The winner of the fith and final point usually writes a decisive victory move.
If both rolls end in a tie, then it’s a reroll. Currently there is no rule for tied rolls.
Some people have tried to apply an “experience point system” where if you’re the winner of one match then you get experience points and you can use those to add to your roll the next match for your advantage. Jed’hin tends to be played where each new match is a clean slate. It’s meant to be fast and fair, by which it prevents from having to figure out your strength against an opponent’s and avoid confusion. Fighters tend to be paired to opponents with similar physical constitutions, so a slim, leaner draenei fighter will not be paired with a hulking brute draenei.
- You are allowed to give your draenei a disadvantage/handicap.
- You are not allowed to give your draenei an advantage.
That’s all I can think for now to write, I’m sure I’ll expand on this in the future with more detail. If you have questions or comments or suggestions please feel free to say so!
anne hathaway in drag
anne hathaway in drag
this is one of few things that I cannot look at without compulsively reblogging
I love this picture and I have no clue what the fuck is going on but oh my god
i don’t know what’s happening but it’s good
someday i’m gonna write a faux-historical queer drama and people will ask “what was ur inspiration” and i’ll be like that one picture of anne hathaway in drag kissing the pretty lady
just an fyi this is from a production of the Twelfth Night
Please tell me it’s a movie or at least there’s a recorded version of it floating around somewhere.
there’s 2 npcs here, a ghost of some guy saying stuff “oh my love why don’t you return my affections” and the girl he’s talking about and i looked them up on wowhead and the comments were just people saying “i go out of my way to kill her she’s so cold hearted” like fuck you maybe that guy is a creepy stalker
Because the average member of WoW’s target demographic is highly likely to believe in the concept of Friendzoning.