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My Line-Up After The First Two Events

Here’s my lineup after the first two rounds. Prestige ratings will determine who gets promoted to the more expensive cars in the Team Amateur Night Campaign.

Fernando Rodrigez
Prestige: 5
Kills: 1
Driver Skill Points: 1
Gunner Skill Points: 2
Vehicle: One Stock Killer Kart ($3,848 value)
Salvage: One Killer Kart with 2 hits to the power plant, no right or back armor, and only 6 shots left for the MG.
Notes: 12/1/07 Southtown Amateur Night (KK)– shot and killer opponent through rear armor after three seconds of continuous fire.

“The Gimp”
Prestige: 3
Driver Skill Points: 1
Gunner Skill Points: 1
Vehicle: One Stock Killer Kart with 9 shots left. ($3,273 value)
Notes: 12/1/07 Southtown Amateur Night (KK)– Survived event with car intact, but made no kills.

“Dutch” Wenger
Prestige: 1
Kills: 1
Driver Skill Points: 2
Gunner Skill Points: 1
Salvage: One Killer Kart with 7 hits to the power plant, 14 shots left for the MG, and no Right armor.
Notes: 12/1/07 Southtown Amateur Night (KK)– T-boned an opponent for a kill but rolled enough damage to knock himself out. Hospitalized.

Bobby Drake
Prestige: -1
Driver Skill Points: 1
Gunner Skill Points: 1
Notes: 12/1/07 Southtown Amateur Night #2 (KK)– Didn’t take a D2 maneuver in order to protect his damaged left side and ended up being killed after a few brief seconds of gun fire and maneuver.

“Dominoe” jones
Prestige: -1
Notes: 12/1/07 Southtown Amateur Night #2 (KK)– Came out of the gates side by side with an opponent who braked slightly while moving to the center. Killed by gun fire and repeated sideswipes with no chance to return fire.

Calculating Winnings and stats:

We awarded prestige more or less normally. To gain driver skill you had to successfully make a control roll or execute a ram. To score a gunner skill point, you had to successfully hit an opposing vehicle. If you make a kill, you get a single skill point: one in gunner skill if you used weapon fire to make the kill, or one in driver skill if you used a ram. (This is extremely stingy… none of the characters can really expect to gain a skill level even after playing in 4 duels.) If you survived the event, you could keep your vehicle. If you made any kills and survived, you could salvage them. Also, we’re playing that the duellists don’t have to take the salvage values of their kills right away– they can hold onto them until they graduate Amateur Night at which point they’ll consolidate everything into repairing a car or two and converting everything else to cash.

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