You make a gladiator in the other thread. (Locker Room 2)
You formally challenge other forum goers with gladiators, and then, after a judge is chosen (by stating they'd judge), the Arena is decreed Live.
Each person is given 3 posts to describe exactly how your gladiator trashes the other. After each person finishes all three posts from each side, with no attacks that will instantly cause death, someone will judge the battle. Afterwords, the winner decides how it ends.
- [+] Alternative Battle Formats
- 2 vs 2: Exactly what it says on the tin. Two people per team, each gets three posts to fight.
Beast hunting: Two people team up to fight one monster/beast/whatever. Winner gets to kill the beast, which is played by a third person. Beastmaster will go first by using an introductory post to describe the animal. The three players will then rotate until each player has acted three times. The beastmaster will decide the winner.
Free For All: The match starts with anywhere from two to four combatants, in a free for all battle. Each person gets to attack once per round and once everyone has moved, the judge will award a point to whoever had the best attack. First to three points would win.
2 vs 2, 2 players: Like 2 vs 2, but instead it's 2 people controlling 2 of their characters. Each person has 3 turns, not each character.
Gladiator Switch: The challenger issues an open challenge without specifying a gladiator, and whoever accepts the challenge chooses one of the challenger's gladiators to use for the fight. Likewise, the challenger then chooses one of the recipient's gladiators to use.
Alternating Arena: Two people fight in a warped zone that always changes. The judge changes the environment at the beginning of each round.
Legacy Mode: A fighter from the second thread may challenge a fighter from the first thread. Legacy Mode can be used in any other format.
ARENA DATES: It's set up like a normal gladiator fight, and can take any Arena battle format--one person issues the challenge and sets a location, and the other person accepts. However, instead of fighting, the two gladiators must go on a date! Whichever gladiator shows the other the best time, according to a third party judge, is the victor! Where the date goes from there is up to them!