Character Mugen Randomselect


Apr 23, 2011  The Mugen Fighters Guild - Making characters unselectable. Making characters unselectable (Read 19076 times) Started by Gosunkugi, June 25, 2008, 01:06:42 pm. Email this topic. I know my use of the randomselect could make the car still being selected a possibility. That's something you can't get around. Name: Last Updated: Mugen Version: Origin: Dante: 24 Mar 2012: 2002.04.14: Original/Devil May Cry: Vergil: 24 Mar 2012: 2002.04.14: Original/Devil May Cry.

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;How to add characters
;Use the format:
; charname, stagefilename
;eg. For a player with filename 'kfm',
; and stage filename 'stages/mybg.def'
;type (without the semicolon):
; kfm, stages/mybg.def
;If you want to load a different def file, you can enter it
;as a directory plus the def file. This example loads up
; kfm/alt-kfm.def, stages/mybg.def
;If you put 'random' as the stagefilename, then a random stage will
;be selected for that player. eg.
; kfm, random
;Zipped characters are also supported.
;Place the ZIP file in the chars/ directory. The syntax is as
;, stages/mybg.def
;For example, if you have newsuave.def in, the syntax is:
;, stages/mybg.def
;If your def file has the same name as the zip file (eg. suave.def
;in, you can just put the name of the zip file alone:
;, stages/mybg.def
;Optional parameters may follow on the same line, separated
;by commas. Each parameter has the form:
; paramname = paramvalue
;where paramname is the name of the parameter type, and
;paramvalue is the value to assign that parameter.
;The optional parameters are:
; - music
; Set the paramvalue to the name of the music file to use
; as the BGM for that character. This overrides the bgmusic
; parameter in the stage's .def file, so you can re-use the
; same stage for multiple characters, but have a different
; BGM playing for each person.
; - includestage
; Set the paramvalue to 0 to avoid including this stage
; in the stage select list (in VS, training modes, etc)
; - order
; Set the paramvalue to the ordering priority to give the
; character. Valid values are from 1 to 10. A smaller value
; means you will fight the character sooner. You will never
; fight an order 2 character before an order 1 character,
; and never an order 3 character before an order 2 one.
; For example, you might want to set your boss character
; to have order=3. The default order value is 1 if you omit
; this param. See *.maxmatches under [Options] for how to
; limit the number of matches per order priority.
; Some examples:
; kfm, stages/mybg.def, includestage=0
; kfm, stages/mybg.def, music=sound/song.mp3
; kfm, stages/mybg.def, music=sound/song.mp3, includestage=0
; kfm, stages/mybg.def, order=3
;You can also add a randomize icon to the select screen. To do
;this, put the word 'randomselect' on a line of its own, with no
;extra parameters.
;Insert your characters below.
kfm, stages/kfm.def
kfm720, stages/kfm.def
;Put extra stages here. They will be available in VS and Watch modes.
;For example, you can insert 'stages/mybg.def'.
;Here you set the maximum number of matches to fight before game ends
;in Arcade Mode. The first number is the number of matches against
;characters with order=1, followed by order=2 and order=3 respectively.
;For example, for 4,3,1 you will fight up to 4 randomly-picked
;characters who have order=1, followed by 3 with order=2 and 1 with
arcade.maxmatches = 6,1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
;Maximum number of matches to fight before game ends in Team Mode.
;Like arcade.maxmatches, but applies to Team Battle.
team.maxmatches = 4,1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0
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SEAMS LEGGIT M.U.G.E.N. Is the gaming phenomenon in which Marvel fanboys, and exiled posters attempt to put gaming companies out of business by ripping off their characters and using them to make their own fighting games.

In general, Mugen is like a retarded ' debate in video game form. Players can mash together any characters they can think of to build dream that would make even Capcom bow down to their uncontested game-making greatness. No wait it wouldn't, because they could respond by putting together another Street Fighter sequel made entirely of goat feces and recycled parts and it would still play far better than any shitty Mugen compilation assembled by some animu-watching clerk. Usually, Mugen creators are too preoccupied with fantasizing about their childhood heroes fighting together, or brainstorming ways of gaining popularity on message boards, to concern themselves with fixing their shitty characters. The result is a giant clusterfuck of broken and buggy gameplay that would cause any to. The Mugentard's typical select screen.

Fun Fact: Mugentards really are very common and this is just the 600th largest Mugen select screen in existence First introduced in 1999 by, the game initially served as a pity consolation for wishful-thinking Americunt gamers who have no chance of ever landing a job in the gaming business because their would be. The prospect of being able to create custom fighting games was an attractive commodity, and thus Mugen jumpstarted the amateur game development/programming industry. Then one day, a random Mugen creator, while scribbling on his Disney coloring books, pondered what would happen if were to join forces with the likes of Ryu and came up with an idea for a. This unholy revelation led to the general conception that, and very quickly other people wanted in on the action as well. DBZ fanboys wanted to prove once and for all that Brolly is the strongest fighter in the universe, Hentai artists wanted to create nude renditions of the entire Street Fighter roster, Sonic fantards who want their recolors to fight along their girlfriend Amy (Or Boyfriend Sonic/Tails whatever), and arcade scrubs wanted to make overpowered Shotokans in retribution for getting bitch-slapped every time in Marvel vs Capcom 2. Suddenly, Mugen went from being a complete Street Fighter clone into a broken shitpile of, and many other entities shoved in.

Mein Mugen Story According to the official plot,. However if that doesn't cut the mustard for you, you can always come up with your own storylines to accommodate your game, all of which give Mortal Kombat a run for its money. Fan-made stories include:. A mysterious ghost of all fighting invites any and all warriors to the world of Moogaan to kick the shit out of each other like in Marvel VS Capcom. The karate character from before gets his dick caught in a jar of pickles and unsuccessfully performs a series of karate moves in an attempt to remove it. Generic fighter X fights until the game crashes. The majority of weeaboo stories that can be seen on YouTube.

Fanfic: the game: the movie: The MUGEN. Is that a Darkstalkers char? The objective of the game is to download as many characters you can find (while never after one time) and fag up YouTube with roster videos like containing either the Super Saiyan Evil Shin Orochi Omega Shotokan Akuma-like characters, or the rare 'normal' characters people will never give a shit about. If you manage to placeholder joke about caring about video comments, you are teh winnar! If you're an old-school gamer, however, and don't mind the occasional or constant cheap KOs, you can try the old-fashioned way and. But you cannot play Arcade mode because, nor can you play Versus mode because Mugen is too cheap to add so you have to get someone to play with you. And the only winning strategy in Mugen is to piss off your opponent using as many broken tactics and exploits possible until he ragequits the match in progress, making you the winner by forfeit.

FUCK YOU JUSTIN WONG FUCK YOU GAMERBEE FUCK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Creating a Mugen character is like writing but for a video game instead of for no reason at all. It takes countless weeks to finish a typical character which wouldn't matter anyways because they will be thoroughly pwn3d by the advent of Super Saiyan or an or a bunch of people who have no spare time but making 'retard bashing' videos of your imperfect characters.

The possibilities are limitless when it comes to making characters, just about anyone and anything imaginable (except good gameplay) can be created for Mugen. Most characters are just sprite/sound replacements for other shit characters. Typical Mugen player attempts to fit in with the SRK community It's no secret that tourneyfags and other 'serious' gamers would rather get fucked in the ass with a rake than to touch Mugen with a 50-foot pole. For years, Mugenites have tried desperately to but to no avail. Self-appointed Mugen ambassador and Rare Akuma creator Alexlexus took it a step further by having a about why Capcom can't compete with the greatness of Mugen.

However when asked to showcase his fighting game skills to prove that Mugenites and FGC members can indeed live in harmony, Alexuslexus proceeded to spam Megaman's HP projectile repeatedly in MvC2 to the absolute shock of no one. Internet celebrities have also commented on the game, including the who described Mugen as making 'Marvel vs Capcom 2 seem like a.' Even Capcom employee, when asked about his thoughts on their efforts he simply responded with, 'See also:.' Despite being the that Mugen is, some people have actually been gullible enough to mistake the game as a legitimate arcade/console release. Like the dumbasses from, who saw a for the first time and. Considering the legal ramifications surrounding the use of copyrighted characters, it would be a no-brainer for gaming companies such as Capcom and SNK to.

But Capcom executives are too busy nowadays making faces whenever Mugen is brought up to even take the time to engage in any kind of legal action., on the other hand, put their foot down on the usage of their characters and ordered the Mugen community to. But before they could file lawsuits, the company went bankrupt and had gone out-of-business thus Mugen players were free to use their material in a hilarious twist of fate. Photomontage of the Mugen community, showing you that it is indeed serious business As if Mugen wasn't retarded enough, its fanbase is even more of a disgrace that makes the Message Boards look like /v/ in comparison. Surprisingly enough, Mugen players do take some time off of their busy schedules from having mindless ecstasy for shit crossovers like Capcom vs SNK, Street Fighter vs Tekken, and vs Capcom.

Sadly this time off never leads to anything more productive than that, as they would rather waste it all on arguing endlessly over code theft and, encrypting their Mugen characters out of paranoia, and anything else that is equally idiotic. Add to the fact that the majority of regulars consider themselves to be intellectuals, and it makes the entire community seem unbelievably laughable. Then again considering it's Mugen, these are the same idiots that would be happily willing to ride in one of those hilariously-designed mobiles in public.

Every day, some kid in their basement would constantly upload 50+ MUGEN videos a day making 2 random characters fight other 2 random characters for no reason and mostly the winners don't make sense if they actually had a fight out of MUGEN or one of the character's AIs are so cheap that their opponents get their balls kicked without them having a chance to even throw a punch. Dramatica The only positive aspect about the Mugen community is that anyone wishing to surrounding it will have a gold mine on their hands.

Since the Mugen community has some strange obsession with trying to compete with deviantART for Most Number of Long and Pointless Retard Slap Fights, you can bet that there will be a multitude of Mugen drama that will keep you coming back for more. Here is a rough list of all the bitchfests you can expect to stumble upon when entering a typical Mugen forum. Community Ethics The only thing more sizable than a single Mugen creator's massive ego is the long list of do's and don'ts (mostly don'ts) thought up by pretend admins wanting to. The Mugen community has a very strict policy when it comes to how Mugen characters should be treated and to make sure that you, the regular Mugen user, aren't committing any crimes against.

Aren't they already committing a bigger crime by stealing from gaming companies to begin with? Silly goose, you should know by now that there's no such thing as logic and intelligence in the Mugen community! Here is a complete list of these rules in which everyone must abide by in order to avoid being hassled by armchair Mugen contributors still clinging on to the 2003-era of Mugen. EDITOR'S NOTE: This list is not fabricated nor exaggerated in any way to make this list seem more ridiculous than it really is. This one's the real deal! Community ethics fag/Creator permission.

Do not host or upload characters anywhere, that includes your Angelfire webspace, e-mail, Rapidshare, and. Do not modify characters and do not copy coding/sprite material without the creator's permission, even if they are no longer active in the scene or even.

Do not request characters, and do not inquire about characters you see on select screens posted by people who demand that you not request said characters. Do not distribute characters given to you privately by your friends and do not reveal 'secret' links to characters hosted on public webpages, this is what is considered to be '. Do not create patches for characters, including AI patches, palette packs, and DOS/Linux/WinMugen/old-Mugen-version compatibility patches. Do not unpack moleboxed Mugen games and take characters from within, this is what is considered to be 'warez'. Do not report character releases on news sites and message boards.

Do not post screenshots and YouTube videos of characters. Do not ask for and download old versions of characters. Repeat rules 1-10, only replace with. Do not release or edit characters unless you are a member of a Mugen 'team', and do not post release threads anywhere other than at the aforementioned team's forum. Do not disregard feedback in character release threads, do not post release threads if you do not desire feedback, do not wait more than 0 seconds from the initial posting of said feedback to apply bug fixes and balance fixes, and do not. Do not create customized or original-styled characters, everything must be accurate and play exactly like the game source with no hint of originality whatsoever.

Do not guess on velocities, timings, and collision boxes, and do not neglect extracting accurate said data using advanced game-hacking tools. Do not attempt to create a character unless you have accumulated a minimum of 10 years experience in playing every fighting game and mastering every character in existence. Do not create characters from KOF XIII and nor characters with 'godly-looking' sprites and no 'tournament-friendly' gameplay, like SeanAltly's characters, unless you are a certified Mugen converter, have followed all of the above rules, or are an IRC Mugen regular that complains everyday about stupid people in the Mugen community yet continually find ways to get mocked severely on this very page. Failure to comply with any of these rules will result in the, multiple statements from creators of quitting, knee-jerk closings of creator sites and databases, 700-page shitstorm threads, and a vast quantity of ShoShingo-homage posts from such as Kung Fu Man, Byakko, Orochi Gill, Hoshi, TMasta, and MachinaWeapon. The life and times of a RandomSelect member If you want to pinpoint the primary reason why the Mugen community is the colossal joke that it is today, look no further than the unfunny, whitenoise protestfags that is known as RandomSelect. Most people will know them as the elitist group of Internet crusaders hellbent on abolishing warehousing, code thievery, and unbalanced Mugen characters everywhere, causing much grief on numerous Internet forums. In actuality, they are really nothing more than a handful of bumbling glory trolls looking to become the next fan-favorite idiot-bashing Mugen group by leeching off the legacy of a defunct Mugen once known as MRev.

“ Seriously, either get yourself a brain and look up 'respect', 'community', 'ethic', 'common sense' and 'logic' in your favourite dictionnary or you'll get mauled down in most communities that have some kind of common sense. Taking things seriously? You have a problem with that? Any country would jail someone who doesn't respect its rules. „ —RandomSelect right-hand man Byakko laying down the law, warning everyone that they'll be jailed IRL for uploading Mugen characters on the Internet. “ Does this make us hypocrites for using other people's sprites then claiming you can't use our stuff?

Does it make us hypocrites for ignoring Elecbyte's license agreement and continuing to use mugen? Regardless the law is still in our favor in this debate, and any cease and desist from a company that would in turn make certain content in mugen 'blacklisted' would also make usage of such illegal for you, the user. Download gratis youtube. „ —The Mugen community's argumentative skills at its finest: admitting to being hypocrites but still insisting that they are in the right. The future of MRev right here, folks! “ Here's a flaw with your logic there cupcake: she didn't 'release it for mugen'. It has next to nothing to do with mugen or the mugen community.

It can't be modified, can't have parts used in other games, and so forth. For all intents and purposes it's a beta of a game that maybe, just maybe, she didn't want to be tossed into the shitstorm of this community so some dumb shit could ask 'how do I break it apart' or even better call her 'plain fucking stupid' because they weren't invited to the party. „ —ROARORAOROAH LOOK HOW ANGRY KUNG FU MAN IS, THAT MREV MEMBERSHIP IS ONLY INCHES AWAY. “ This is fucking stupid. No, really, it is. Basically one shit can go on and ravage other works freely, justify it countless ways, and there's nothing that can be done but to keep railing on him until he relents. Isn't that something special.

Guild's staff won't do anything but snicker at all of this. And yes, you better believe many of them are. The people that decided for this change in the way this corner of the community had little stake if it failed, a few even outright admit that much. Valodim and DreamSlayer have made nothing, Sepp never cared about his work in the first place, and so forth. The rest of the staff is either here for the power and/or 'prestige' the title should bring, or just doesn't give a shit and tries to keep things afloat. In other words we the individual don't matter.

It's all about the open sources, about their vision. And what do we patronize them with? We give them our wip threads, and our posts, and tell them we'll accept their bullshit here, just because they're too damn big to ignore. We swallow it because it has people, but in effect we're the underlying grease that keeps their engine going. And if more of us had guts we'd say to hell with a place that did nothing but shit in our faces while we compliment them on the smell.

This is never going to change. This guy is going to fall back on the rules that give him a privilege, no, a right to do this to people. We as creators have had our Icarus moment.

And I've had enough. „ —A typical Kung Fu Man flounce post ragequitting Mugen Guild forever NOTE: Post history shows. “ Yamazaki Hashimoto the fictional character is copyright myself, RandomSelect and subsequently the I-XCell network, even if it uses KY sprites for the mugen incarnation (the final character is not what was included in the original demonstration game).

As is and given recent events with Eternaga and Blaque and a conflict of interests, I wish to reserve my legal right as sole distributor of renditions and merchandise of this character until a time in the future as I do see fit. Bet you didn't know you could do that did you? „ —Kung Fu Man pretending to be a legal expert. “ Ash: It isn't that easy to win. Diz: so what's the deal with hosting the version of winmugen Sion and I hacked? Paul Potts diz: winmugen's been through so many copyright violations and hacks that i thought it turned no-man's land Ash: It isn't that easy to win.

Diz: Could I just respectfully ask that WM Plus not be hosted then? Ash: It isn't that easy to win. Diz: I get the copyright argument and everything, just if Guild's going to throw me out I'd rather they not take my work too. Ash: It isn't that easy to win.

Diz: That's a reasonable request, no? Community Ethics himself doing. “ it's pretty clear kfm doesn't put a single ounce of thought into anything he types. He just says whatever he thinks sounds good (and since he is mentally deficient it never sounds good to anyone but him and people with similar retardation problems), and that's why he's constantly contradicting himself or putting his foot in his mouth. I mean, kfm ripping on people for 'over-reacting' to something??? Also, i want to go on record and state that if he really wants noteriety (as it is so painfully obvious the case), then he should spend all the time he spends on forums screaming about other people's characters and watching over the wikipedia article to make sure that nothing goes against Kung Fu Ethics and focus on actually making something good for MUGEN.

„ —At least one MRev associate isn't completely fooled. (10:05 PM) Vans: You know what's funny? (10:05 PM) Vans: We, the people that do things right get fucked in the ass. (10:05 PM) Vans: Who makes the characters? (10:05 PM) Vans: We do.

(10:05 PM) Vans: Not the world. (10:06 PM) Vans: Not the neighbor.

(10:06 PM) Vans: Not Will Smith. (10:06 PM) Vans: Not them. (10:06 PM) Vans: Us.

(10:06 PM) Vans: It's our shit. (10:06 PM) Vans: We made it. (10:06 PM) Vans: We have a right to decide what to do with it. (10:06 PM) Vans: Enough with that BUT THIS IS A FIGHTING GAME ENGINE bullshit. (10:07 PM) Vans: Fuck you, these rules are fucking used in normal LIFE. (10:07 PM) Vans: I can't steal a thesis and fucking say it's mine.

(10:07 PM) Vans: It's a stone luigi, i didn't make it. (10:08 PM) Vans: And you know what? (10:08 PM) Vans: There's only two damn rules. (10:08 PM) Vans: Two fucking rules. (10:08 PM) Vans: 1.

(10:08 PM) Vans: 2. (10:08 PM) Vans: There. (10:08 PM) Vans: That's all. (10:08 PM) Vans: That's basically all the goddamned rules.

(10:09 PM) Vans: If everyone followed the rules, everything would be in order. (10:09 PM) Vans: But there's always a retard that fucks up and ruins the fun for everyone. (10:09 PM) Vans: I mean.

(10:10 PM) Vans: Look at my shit. (10:10 PM) Vans: Everything that's not mine i ASKED permission for.

(10:10 PM) Vans: But now, it doesn't fucking matter anymore. (10:10 PM) Vans: Because everything is 'Open Source'. (10:11 PM) Vans: The people that SPIT on us are now having the right to do whatever they fuck they WANT? (10:11 PM) Vans: What kind of fucked up logic is that? Mugen Abandoned and Roted Sites.

Download the game here. Central hub for Mugen characters, collaborations, discussion, help, and drama. Database site where shitposting Melty Blood fantards and users complaining about the power abuse carried out by shitposting moderators is commonplace. What an original name! One of the only two forums that still use leechers, warehouses, stolen, and idiots in their daily vocabulary.

A 'family-friendly' forum overrun by MvC-loving toddlers who create characters that reflect the coding skills comparable to that of, you guessed it, a toddler. A gangsta-group of stage makers so full of USI they'll try to with their 100GB eye-gouging stages and seizure-inducing screenpacks. Best described as being an unfunny hybrid of both RandomSelect and due to the fact that they all post old, dead memes and act like giddy, starstruck schoolgirls whenever a former MRev member stumbles upon their IRC channel. The YouTube division of the Mugen community. Also a sanctuary for those with no character-making skills, but still want to have some in the community. One of the so-called dreaded Mugen 'warehouses', hosts a massive of Mugen characters -style.

Despised largely by the majority of the Mugen community despite being the only useful Mugen site in existence. If the Mugen Guild was too much for you, head on to this small town where everything is the same, even the members!.

Yet again one of those mugen 'warehouses' that's more concerned with gaining through the oh so method of known as. Much like randomselect, it still uses it's vocabulary to cringeworthy results and claims to be the king shit of the mugen scene even though most of the people who reside on the fucking website are bots!

Character Mugen Randomselect

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