Hi Thomas,
One thing that Harry did was to allow some people to create team sets for the Baseball game. So if they wanted the 1980 Toronto Blue Jays in the game they had the ability to create it. The set creating software asked you the person's name and then went through the stats and you filled in the appropriate edit boxes. When done the game file was saved with the year and team name such as the 80bluejays.dat If you did the same with the wrestling game, then the purists could help you create the players and have that as an option. So you could have Rock Cold Steve Auston, a fantasy player, in the game but a player could create the Stone Cold Steve Auston using his real stats. The one problem with fantasy wrestlers is that their strengths, weaknesses, abilities and moves would not be known like the real wrestler's are. It would be important to give an overall score for each one to allow you to know how good he or she was. We also considered adjustable player's stats, so when the Viper beat Stone Cold Steve Auston, his total score would drop as the Viper's would go up. One way to show someone's score would be to list them by score, with the highest scoring wrestler at the top of the list. Phil


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