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The Ultimate Cage Match is an event at [[The Cake-Shaped Arena]] in which familiars try to beat up their opponent. The event costs 100 meat, takes 1 adventure, and can earn the familiar between 2 to 5 experience.
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The Ultimate Cage Match is an event at [[The Cake-Shaped Arena]] in which familiars try to beat up their opponent. The event costs 100 Meat, takes 1 adventure, and can earn the familiar between 2 to 5 experience.
  
 
The number of rounds that the event will take, and the result, can be determined by finding Fy (your familiar) and Fh (the house familiar).
 
The number of rounds that the event will take, and the result, can be determined by finding Fy (your familiar) and Fh (the house familiar).
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where Bn is the weight bonus for that familiar.
 
where Bn is the weight bonus for that familiar.
  
* Familiars that are unable to perform in this event receive no bonus.
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*Familiars that are unable to perform in this event receive no bonus.
* Familiars that are weak in this event receive a bonus of their weight - 3.
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*Familiars that are weak in this event receive a bonus of their weight - 3.
* Familiars that are average in this event receive a bonus of their weight.
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*Familiars that are average in this event receive a bonus of their weight.
* Familiars that are strong in this event receive a bonus of their weight + 3.
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*Familiars that are strong in this event receive a bonus of their weight + 3.
  
 
The familiar with the higher score wins. (Ties go to your familiar.) The number of rounds will be equal to:
 
The familiar with the higher score wins. (Ties go to your familiar.) The number of rounds will be equal to:
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*15-20 rounds: 5 experience
 
*15-20 rounds: 5 experience
  
===Unable to Perform===
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For a chart showing how all familiars do in this event, see [[The Cake-Shaped Arena]].
 
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===Weak Familiars===
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===Average Familiars===
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===Strong Familiars===
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===Not Applicable===
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*[[Bulky Buddy Box]]
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*[[Pet Rock]]
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*[[Toothsome Rock]]
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===Untested===
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===Notes===
 
===Notes===
 
*Unlike the [[Obstacle Course]], which can have negative results for times, there is a built-in limit to how few rounds the fight can take.
 
*Unlike the [[Obstacle Course]], which can have negative results for times, there is a built-in limit to how few rounds the fight can take.
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Latest revision as of 04:41, 29 August 2016

The Ultimate Cage Match is an event at The Cake-Shaped Arena in which familiars try to beat up their opponent. The event costs 100 Meat, takes 1 adventure, and can earn the familiar between 2 to 5 experience.

The number of rounds that the event will take, and the result, can be determined by finding Fy (your familiar) and Fh (the house familiar).

Fy = 1d5 + By

Fh = 1d5 + Bh

where Bn is the weight bonus for that familiar.

  • Familiars that are unable to perform in this event receive no bonus.
  • Familiars that are weak in this event receive a bonus of their weight - 3.
  • Familiars that are average in this event receive a bonus of their weight.
  • Familiars that are strong in this event receive a bonus of their weight + 3.

The familiar with the higher score wins. (Ties go to your familiar.) The number of rounds will be equal to:

max(2,20 - |Fy - Fh|)

The number of rounds will determine the experience.

  • 12 or fewer rounds: 2 experience
  • 13 rounds: 3 experience
  • 14 rounds: 4 experience
  • 15-20 rounds: 5 experience

For a chart showing how all familiars do in this event, see The Cake-Shaped Arena.

Notes

  • Unlike the Obstacle Course, which can have negative results for times, there is a built-in limit to how few rounds the fight can take.