I guess I was thinking that off the rules page because it says...
* The World Title is, of course, the highest Title in WCF. All World Title matches on Slam will be judged based on a 2 RP limit, while PPV World Title matches will be a 3 RP limit. * The US Title is the secondary Title in WCF, and is meant to be a stepping stone towards the World Title. This is for up and coming main eventers. * The Hardcore Title is a Title for people who don't want to be bound by the RP limits; Hardcore Title matches will have NO RP limit. The three hour rule does apply, however. * The Tag Titles are, of course, for teams of two. * The Television Title is a Title for rookies and WCF newcomers. It must be defended on every single show, and will be judged by one RP by each participant only. It can also change hands on a disqualification. * The People's Title is unique. Winners in People's Title matches will be decided via a poll on the OOC messageboard. Voting is open to all members, and you may vote based on whatever reason you wish. Yes, it is essentially a popularity contest! * The Internet Title is also unique. Matches are judged by posts made on the "Internet Post Board," in the style of Facebook updates, Twitter updates, Blog entries, etc.. Matches will be judged based on innovation, creativity, humor/entertainment value, etc.
So you can see my confusion....
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Last Edit: May 1, 2013 22:37:43 GMT -5 by Doc Henry
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Jayson Price: Pretty sure Black set it that nobody new can join. Or at least they can attempt to, but they can't do anything unless it's approved. Which essentially cuts off any guests.
May 23, 2019 19:21:19 GMT -5
The Risen: Shit, I had no idea WCF shut down. I was only here for a few months, but it was a fun few months. Hope y'all are doing well.
Jun 11, 2019 1:55:16 GMT -5