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Maple Leaf Bovl V | Everything Thread (IC)

Postby Kep » Mon Jul 18, 2016 5:37 am

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Welcome to the 5th Maple Leaf Bowl!
Signups - Joint Host-Bid - Info on Kep & Qasden - Maple Leaf Bowl IV
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After a hiatus of over two years in the multiverse the most well-known and famous Canadian football tournament is back! With an all new revamp lead by Saintland, the Maple Leaf Bowl finally returns to NS and the multiverse with a new(er) generation of teams and a new feeling to the sport. Finally back, the Maple Leaf Bowl will travel to The Western Isles and Atlantian Oceania for hopes of creating some of the greatest memories the sport has ever seen. Who is going to win it all this edition? Is your country valiant enough to lift the trophy and make the march to first? The multiverse will be amazed at this 5th edition of the Maple Bowl, back and better than ever!
Of course, the best way to increase your team's chances of success is to post a roster and regular roleplays. If you are unsure what these should look like, look at others' in this thread and read the Guide to Sports Roleplaying. If you are unfamiliar with the sport, reading this article will better explain and should help you write a realistic RP.

Groups
Group A (Kep)
Kep
Saintland
Britonisea
Banija
Kaboomlandia
Irian Barat
Group B (Qasden)
Qasden
Jarwel
Namady
Levivania
Cheongji
Krisville (Namady)

Schedule
7.22.16 - Opening Ceremony - Kep
7.22.16 - Day 1 Group Matches - Kep | Qasden
7.23.16 - Day 2 Group Matches - Kep | Qasden
7.24.16 - Day 3 Group Matches - Kep | Qasden
7.25.16 - Day 4 Group Matches - Kep | Qasden
7.26.16 - Day 5 Group Matches - Kep | Qasden
7.27.16 - Day 1 Quarter-Finals - TvT, TvT - Kep | Qasden
7.28.16 - Day 2 Quarter-Finals - TvT, TvT - Kep | Qasden
7.29.16 - Day 1 Semi-Finals - TvT - Kep
7.30.16 - Day 2 Semi-Finals TvT - Qasden
7.30.16 - 3rd Place Match - Qasden
7.30.16 - Finals Match - Kep



All rosters and roleplays are required to be posted in this everything thread (IC). Please politely keep OOC questions/comments in the discussion thread (OOC). You are however required to add your rp permissions to your rosters.
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The Maple Leaf Bowl is now underway, feel free to post your rosters, roleplays, etc!
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Postby Kep » Mon Jul 18, 2016 5:38 am

Welcome to Kep


Kep is a tundra type island-nation in The Western Islands bordered by Locuterris to the south, Kep is also close to Estingberg. To the north, west, and east, the North Medser Sea surround Kep. As Kep uses real-time, the current year is 2016 BCE since the dawn of civilization. Some primitive tribes will use a Norse calendar to determine the year. The current population is 19.9 million people, our government is a republic, here, everyone gets the chance to decide for our future.

Culture Some say Kep remains to be one of the strangest cultures within the region, the south maintains a modern atmosphere with many different religions and ethnic groups, the north is entirely hellbent on Norse-ism. Kep is far from developed as many refuse to embrace the modern ways, but, it is also far from primitive. 87% of Kep's population are devoted to Norse paganism/mythology, the government in some cases is classified as a theocracy, the remainder of the population is 7% Christian and 6% folk religions. A usual stereotype is referring to Kespian people as "ice-fishers" as many despise that considering it to be primitive and "stupid" in some cases. Sario, the capital located in the south has elements of a music scene featuring soul, jazz and EDM along with elements of heavy metal. The arts do not pose a big presence in Kep unless you enjoy seeing naked statues of great persons of Norse mythology.
Geography/Travel Kep is located on an island mass roughly the size of the US states of Florida and southern Georgia, it lay in the North Medser Sea. The land is divided into 8 'countries', known as 'cauldrons' for centuries. Some small islands lay scattered just off its coast, all with less than 300 people dwelling in them. Travel in between Kep is guaranteed by the Norse Sled, an highway system connecting the seven countries together. Airports and airlines are more than ready to handle the journey.
Football Canadian football is a yet untested sport showing much promise for the peoples of Kep. While gridiron football was never truly embraced, Kep sees to thoroughly enjoy the sport of Canadian football, a sport that has been played here for over forty years. Canadian football in Kep is played in high school and college, no official league stands to govern the sport.



Host Cities

Geltrbarg Stadium | Sario | Einn Country
Sario is the large sprawling capital of the nation of Kep, a glittering metropolis, a testament to the people of Kep. Here you will find museums housing the history of Kep, one of the multiverse's best music scenes and of course, sports enthusiasts. Here, the city is jewel of Kep, the sign of Kespian aspirations. The city is a small one by international standards, housing only 1.1 mln people, how ever, over the years, its population has exploded, previously two years ago, its population was 304.502. The city is made up entirely of Norse ethnicity while Norse mythology rules the land.
Assignment Opening Ceremonies, Group A, Finals
Accommodations Odin Intl. Airport (OIA), The Galleria at Parkingtno
Venue Geltrbarg Stadium | 47.800
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Geltrbarg is the true stadium of myths, the stadium people have for years hoped to attend. Geltrbarg was built in 1977 for the Kep Professional Canadian Football League's (KPFCL, 1969-1984) Sario Soldiers, a huge bastion where the Soldiers excelled, winning five Kep Bowls there in a seven year span. Since then, the stadium has been reformed into a national stadia of sorts. It will be charged with the Opening Ceremonies along with Group TBD and the Finals.
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Pallister Pavillion | Sacula Flats | Einn Country
Sacula Flats is another sprawling city, also the largest in Kep of 6.2 mln people, and seventy miles away from Sario. Sacula Flats is perhaps one of the most modernized cities Kep has ever scene, it also has the first stadium with 24-hr. LED lighting and an LED-tv stretching outside the entire stadium. Sacula over the years has been known for its modern amenities, if you dislike the charms of Sario, then come to Sacula Flats, the city of excitement.
Assignment Quarter-finals Gm. 3,4, Semi-Finals Gm. 2
Accommodations Gateway Airport (GIA), The Galleria at Sacula
Venue Pallister Pavilion| 47.800
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Pallister Pavilion is a dual-purpose soccer and canadian football stadium built to house Sacula City of Starliga. A storied arena, Pallister is a step ahead of other stadiums. Expect a warm feeling to envelope you as you step into that stadium. Pallister is brand new and will host quarter-finals and a semi-finals game.
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Postby Kep » Mon Jul 18, 2016 5:39 am

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English - Kep Nordic Slayers

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Team Info

Coaches
Head Coach - Niko Lakanen | 37 | 5'9
Assistant Coach - Olle Niinistö | 46 | 6'4
Starters
Offense
Quarterback
Kim Pihlava | 210 lbs. | 6'7 | #1
Fullback
Reijo Merikanto | 260 lbs. | 6'4 | #13
Tailback
Riku Lehtomäki | 253 lbs. | 6'4 | #19
Wide Receivers
Iivari Kiiskinen | 236 lbs. | 6'6 | #80
Vihtori Sundstedt | 259 lbs. | 6'7 | #81
Slotback
Sturlaugur Guttormsson | 260 lbs. | 6'3 | #88
Örvar Valgeirsson | 273 lbs. | 6'3 | #90
Center
Rhoda Hauksson | 380 lbs. | 5'11 | #60
L/R Guard
Örlygur Felixson | 416 lbs. | 6'4 | #61 | L
Friðberg Gunnlaugsson | 425 lbs. | 6'7 | #62 | R
L/R Tackle
Valgeir Björgmundsson | 390 lbs. | 6'2 | #63 | L
Þórður Hartvigsson | 463 lbs. | 6'7 | #64 | R
Defense
L/R Defensive End
Þórbergur Oddgeirsson | 316 lbs. | 6'5 | #27 | L
Kristvin Hildisson | 334 lbs. | 6'4 | #28 | R
L/R Defensive Tackle
Andri Hansson | 380 lbs. | 6'5 | #30 | L
Valur Maríasson | 394 lbs. | 6'4 | #31 | R
Linebackers
Vignir Valtýsson | 301 lbs. | 6'5 | #32
Baldvin Hafsteinsson | 310 lbs. | 6'3 | #33
Defensive Backs
Hafliði Snorrason | 323 lbs. | 6'3 | #34
Esjar Flosason | 316 lbs. | 6'4 | #35
Boði Axelsson | 304 lbs. | 6'6 | #36
Hjálmar Smárason | 315 lbs. | 6'4 | #37
Cornerback
Andrés Snorrason | 306 lbs. | 6'3 | #38
Bergsveinn Bjarnason | 304 lbs. | 6'4 | #39
Reserves
Offense
Quarterback
Tómas Njálsson | 237 lbs. | 6'6 | #2
Fullback
Dagur Jakobsson | 296 lbs. | 6'9 | #18
Tailback
Albert Garðarsson | 267 lbs. | 6'3 | #20
Wide Receivers
Iivari Kiiskinen | 243 lbs. | 6'6 | #83
Þröstur Harðarson | 239 lbs. | 6'7 | #84
Slotback
Emil Hansson | 269 lbs. | 6'3 | #85
Center
Engilbert Sigurleifsson | 420 lbs. | 6'3 | #70
L/R Guard
Sigurður Ársælsson | 430 lbs. | 6'4 | #71 | L
Hannes Þórisson | 425 lbs. | 6'7 | #72 | R
L/R Tackle
Njörður Óttarsson | 390 lbs. | 6'2 | #63 | L
Þeter Hartvigsson | 463 lbs. | 6'7 | #64 | R
Defense
L/R Defensive End
Sigmar Guðmundsson | 316 lbs. | 6'5 | #40 | L
Marina Grímsson| 334 lbs. | 6'4 | #41 | R
L/R Defensive Tackle
Steinar Grímsson | 380 lbs. | 6'5 | #42 | L
Aðalgeir Harðarson | 394 lbs. | 6'4 | #43 | R
Linebackers
Friðfinnur Sophusson | 301 lbs. | 6'5 | #44
Þórðr Pétursson | 310 lbs. | 6'3 | #45
Defensive Backs
Mattías Arason | 323 lbs. | 6'3 | #46
Ívar Reynaldsson | 316 lbs. | 6'4 | #47
Rögnvaldur Gunnlaugsson | 304 lbs. | 6'6 | #48
Vilhjálmur Bertelsson | 315 lbs. | 6'4 | #49
Cornerback
Lárus Salómonsson | 306 lbs. | 6'3 | #50
Agnar Sveinssonn | 304 lbs. | 6'4 | #51
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My opponent, if they RP first, may do the following:
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Godmod Scoring Events: Yes
RP Injuries to My Players: Yes
Godmod Injuries to My Players: Yes
RP Penalties for My Players: No
RP Ejections for My Players: No
Godmod Other Events: Yes. Don't kill anyone.
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Kep's going to be co-host and playing in this years revival of the Maple Leaf Bowl folks! Who's going to be the winner of this tourney? Will Kep emerge victorious, or will it be a battle that sees another nation take the crown? The Maple Leaf Bowl is due to feel much needed injection of life, more people are due to take part in this cup than in a long time for Canadian football. While the Maple Leaf Bowl is far from the excitement reached in the World Bowl, Kep hopes to ignite flavors that were once lost to all.
Kep's offense will come out explosive, that's a guarantee. They'll be quick to score, hustling down the field playing to out-pace. Will aerial bombs or running be the target of the team? Kep has some explosive firepower and range in the arm of quarterback Kim Pihlava who was the first call-up to the roster.
Kep will have some "big boys" in display for defense during the MLB V, players certainly capable of making a splash will be widely available.
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Postby Qasden » Mon Jul 18, 2016 8:23 pm

Overview

The Principality of Qasden is a relatively small-medium sized country based in Atlantian Oceania. The country's people usually spend their days either watching or playing sports, even if they have to create their own in the process. Ruled between PM Rees Häther and Prince Franz-Pierre, the nation will fully be open to foreigners participating in the fifth Maple Leaf Bowl, at least the hosting cities. The national languages of Qasden include similar dialects to English and French, while German, Spanish, and Navajo also have minor influences in the country.

Host Venues

Qasden, which will probably host the second half of the group stage (as I'm scorinating the first half), will be hosting a quarter of the competition in each of its two chosen venues.

T.V. City | Royal T.V. Stadium
Capacity: 85,750

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T.V. City, the coveted capital of Qasden, home to PM Häther and Prince Franz-Pierre, will play the role of Qasden's main venue in practically every tournament the principality has and will host. The RTS, built for Qasden's national soccer team as a gift from Franz-Pierre, proudly wears the title of "biggest stadium in Qasden" while also doing a great job providing for visiting fans. Shops and restaurants alike flourish around the rim of the stadium, with reasonable prices, too. For those who want to go the extra mile, VIP sections located on the field will provide each visitor their own servant for the match, as well as free food and drinks. This stadium is truly Qasden's finest.


Port Harston | Prince's Arena
Capacity: 65,000

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Located a little ways from T.V. City, Port Harston acts as the nation's main center of trade, through the port and through air. One of the unusually more sunny places in Qasden, PH will play as a more relaxed venue, with Prince's Arena allowing them to make the venue cut. The arena possesses a much more open atmosphere than that of RTS, and will soon function as the home of FC Harston United, a club to be founded in Qasden's second league. Qad-style restaurants, as well as Multiversal chains and gift shops, are located sporadically throughout the stadium, with security being lightly drizzled.


Transportation

The Principality of Qasden can be accessed by plane, train or boat, but for MLB V, national teams will be flown into Franz-Pierre International Airport (TVC) or Port Harston International Airport (PHR). For region mates of Qasden, boat and/or train transportation are available. When traveling between cities, delegations will be given the choice of traveling by charter bus or by train.

Weather

Most of the time, Qasden's weather can be a little unpredictable. Sometimes, it's sad and sunny, while other times it's nice and stormy. Safe to say this, dress for every occasion.

Lodging, Amenities and Food

Participants of the fifth Maple Leaf Bowl will be given rooms at four sponsoring hotels throughout T.V. City and Port Harston.

T.V. Verde is a 4-star hotel located in downtown T.V. City, just 10 miles away from RTS. Verde green and friendly atmosphere makes it a tourist favorite in lodging. Enjoy dining at TVV with 2 fine restaurants onsite, as well as a chain or two.

The Premiere is a 4.5 star mini-resort. Located just 15 miles from TVC and 10 miles from RTS, The Premiere provides a comfortable style with a dash of luxury. Dining, shopping, swimming, sleeping, all of that plus more can happen when you stay at Qasden's best not-insanely-expensive hotel.

Oasis Aparthotel is a 3.5 star dream for those wishing to get away from the city for a bit. Located about 20 miles west of Prince's Arena, The hotel provides comfortable rooms, a clean atmosphere, and the friendliest staff you can find. While not as luxurious as TVV, OA allows access to a fitness room, as well as a pool. This is definitely the place to go for relaxation.

The Deck Resort provides visitors with most of the usual things you'd find at a 4-star hotel. Fine dining, tennis courts, pools, comfortable rooms, all of that sturf! Just 17 miles from Port Harston's venue, the resort is truly a place to stay both relaxed and active.

Nightlife in Qasden isn't common, but clubs such as Jolt and Tru do make appearances around the cities. Sports bars do, however, appear more frequently than clubs, allowing people to watch the game and drink up to one beer an hour. T.V. City and Port Harston also provide exceptional restaurants for all tastes. Qad-Style pizza? We have it! Food from countless regions? We got that, too! Everything else? You name it! It's safe to say you won't go hungry during your stay in Qasden.

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I hope everyone participating will enjoy what Kep and I have to offer. Good luck to all in MLB V, and may the odds be in your favor.
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Postby Kep » Fri Jul 22, 2016 6:17 am

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Group A - Geltrbarg Stadium | Sario


Banija 27–35 Saintland
Britonesia 15–29 Kep
Irian Barat 34–17 Kaboomlandia


1 Irian Barat 1 1 0 0 34 17 +17 3
2 Kep 1 1 0 0 29 15 +14 3
3 Saintland 1 1 0 0 35 27 +8 3
4 Banija 1 0 0 1 27 35 −8 0
5 Britonesia 1 0 0 1 15 29 −14 0
6 Kaboomlandia 1 0 0 1 17 34 −17 0
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Postby Qasden » Fri Jul 22, 2016 7:17 am

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CUTOFF - Group B


I gotta get to a computer stat! Welp, in the meantime, RANDOM DISTRACTION!

(Sorry 'bout the wait. Here it is, now X3)
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Group B - Royal T.V. Stadium / T.V.  City


Qasden 21–43 Krisville
Namady 44–28 Cheongji
Levivania 47–17 Jarwel


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Levivania 1 1 0 0 47 17 +30 3
2 Krisville 1 1 0 0 43 21 +22 3
3 Namady 1 1 0 0 44 28 +16 3
4 Cheongji 1 0 0 1 28 44 −16 0
5 Qasden 1 0 0 1 21 43 −22 0
6 Jarwel 1 0 0 1 17 47 −30 0
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(Co)Hosted- Cup of Harmony 71, Baptism of Fire 67, MLB V, WLC 26, and IBC 23!
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Postby Kep » Sat Jul 23, 2016 4:48 pm

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Group A - Geltrbarg Stadium | Sario


Saintland 23–43 Kaboomlandia
Kep 55–3 Irian Barat
Banija 23–34 Britonesia


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Kep 2 2 0 0 84 18 +66 6
2 Kaboomlandia 2 1 0 1 60 57 +3 3
3 Britonesia 2 1 0 1 49 52 −3 3
4 Saintland 2 1 0 1 58 70 −12 3
5 Irian Barat 2 1 0 1 37 72 −35 3
6 Banija 2 0 0 2 50 69 −19 0
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Postby Qasden » Sat Jul 23, 2016 5:21 pm

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2nd CUTOFF - Group B

Need to hide your identity? Wear a mask
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Group B - Royal T.V. Stadium/ T.V. City


Qasden 43–34 Levivania
Namady 27–25 Jarwel
Krisville 31–22 Cheongji


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Krisville 2 2 0 0 74 43 +31 6
2 Namady 2 2 0 0 71 53 +18 6
3 Levivania 2 1 0 1 81 60 +21 3
4 Qasden 2 1 0 1 64 77 -7 3
5 Cheongji 2 0 0 2 50 75 −25 0
6 Jarwel 2 0 0 2 42 74 -32 0
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(Co)Hosted- Cup of Harmony 71, Baptism of Fire 67, MLB V, WLC 26, and IBC 23!
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Postby Kep » Sat Jul 23, 2016 5:46 pm

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Maple Leaf Bowl V

Kep (Nearly) Adds A Shutout

- By Baldvin Þorkelsson

Kep is really, really, really, really, really, really good at Canadian football it seems. Like really good, because, quarterback Kim Pahliva threw three touchdowns before being pulled and his back-up, Tómas Njálsson low-key added three more to the tally. That was all before two interceptions and a couple of field goals to add to the tally. So, as said before, Kep is really, really, really, really, really, really good at Canadian football...
Offense was on point throughout the whole game, like really, hand-eye-coordination was on point. The offense never lost a beat, only four incomplete passes throughout the whole game. Running was minimal, however, tailback Lehtomäki racked up 110 rushing yard including a hella-long sixty yeard dash to the seven yard line.
I think the score speaks for itself, Kep was masterful throughout this game, never looking back the entire game. The defense grabbed eight sacks this game. EIGHT SACKS, a hella-big number. Stuff of legends, goals really. It also is credited with four interceptions and five forced fumbles all en route to rumbling to victory.
Kep faces off against Kaboomlandia next.
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Group A - Geltrbarg Stadium | Sario


Britonesia 19–28 Saintland
Irian Barat 35–34 Banija
Kaboomlandia 3–42 Kep


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Kep 3 3 0 0 126 21 +105 9
2 Saintland 3 2 0 1 86 89 −3 6
3 Irian Barat 3 2 0 1 72 106 −34 6
4 Britonesia 3 1 0 2 68 80 −12 3
5 Kaboomlandia 3 1 0 2 63 99 −36 3
6 Banija 3 0 0 3 84 104 −20 0
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Postby Kaboomlandia » Sun Jul 24, 2016 4:34 am

Kaboomlandia Phoenix National Canadian Football Team


Following an upset in Quebec that eliminated Kaboomlandia, the coaching staff has been cleaned out.

Coach: Kevin Nivek
Offensive Coord: Ryan MacLeod
Defensive Coord: Matt MacKay
Style Mod: +1.7

Priority is from the top down the list
Quarterbacks:
19 Tyler Martin, 26, 5'11", 170
4 Travis Reuben, 28, 6'2", 190
6 Russell Jones, 22, 5'11", 170

Wide Receivers:
17 Manny Hayes, 30, 6'3", 198
81 Lamar Anderson, 25, 6'5", 205
11 Connor Day, 27, 6'4", 176
88 James Malone, 21, 6'6", 224
18 Jimmy Monahan, 25, 6'3", 189

Running Backs:
33 Andrew Michaels, 31, 6'4", 230
20 Brandon Malone, 34, 5'11", 220
29 Kale Sweatt, 21, 6'7", 242

Tight Ends:
85 Jack White, 25, 6'8", 198
82 Enoch Bailey, 28, 6'4", 185

Offensive Line:
C: 66 Raymond Fermi, 30, 6'6", 325
OT: 68 Johnson Malone, 26, 7'1", 336
OT: 61 Ricky Jones, 33, 6'7", 322
OG: 69 Mikey Philips, 25, 6'4", 323
OG: 67 Casey Manfred, 23, 6'6", 300

Subs:
OL: 65 Mike Kenny, 28, 6'10", 331
C: 70 Sebastian Collett, 32, 6'8", 310

Defensive Line:
LE: 94 Khalif Gazzard, 6'8", 297
RE: 99 Adam Cox, 6'9", 316
DT: 91 Mitchell Layton, 6'11", 322
DT: 92 Wilson Andrews, 6'10", 318
(substitutes come from OL)

Linebackers:
OLB: 57 Ryan Bighill, 6'7, 235
OLB: 56 George Kodem, 6'6", 247
MLB: 55 Nathan LaBon, 6'4", 224

Defensive Backs:
CB: 25 Richard Cody, 6'3", 213
CB: 26 Jeremy Rutherford, 6'3", 223
SS: 31 Cameron Johnson, 6'4", 229
FS: 32 Scott Falk, 6'2", 208 lb

Special Teams:
K: 4 Caleb McCallum, 6'1", 195
P: 7 Scott Schmitt, 6'2", 198
LS: 58 Darryl Herndon, 6'6", 240
Punter = holder
Kick Returner: Manny Hayes (WR)


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Choose Scoring Events: Yes
Godmod Scoring Events: No
RP Injuries to my Players: TG me first
Godmod Injuries to my Players: No
Godmod Other Events: No
In=character, Kaboomlandia is a World Assembly member and abides by its resolutions. If this nation isn't in the WA, it's for practical reasons.
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Postby Qasden » Sun Jul 24, 2016 8:45 pm

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3rd and 4th* CUTOFF - Group B

Pardon the wait, Group B. Kinda hard to multitask when you're outside looking for Pokemon X3
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Sorry, RL's been nuts lately. Here's Days 3 & 4.


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Group B- Prince's Arena/Port Harston


Namady 15–27 Krisville
Levivania 47–33 Qasden
Jarwel 30–19 Cheongji


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Krisville 3 3 0 0 101 58 +43 9
2 Levivania 3 2 0 1 128 93 +35 6
3 Namady 3 2 0 1 86 80 +6 6
4 Qasden 3 1 0 2 97 83 -21 3
5 Jarwel 3 1 0 2 72 93 −21 3
6 Cheongji 3 0 0 3 69 105 −36 0



Matchday 4


Krisville 36–32 Cheongji
Qasden 44–14 Jarwel
Namady 25–30 Levivania

Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Krisville 4 4 0 0 137 90 +47 12
2 Levivania 4 3 0 1 158 118 +40 9

3 Qasden 4 2 0 2 141 97 +9 6
4 Namady 4 2 0 2 111 110 +1 6
5 Jarwel 4 1 0 3 86 137 −51 3
6 Cheongji 4 0 0 4 101 141 −40 0


Qualified for Playoffs
Mathematically Eliminated


Hopefully I'll have no more delays X3
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Postby Kep » Mon Jul 25, 2016 6:03 pm

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Group A - Geltrbarg Stadium | Sario


Saintland 28–40 Kep
Banija 46–26 Kaboomlandia
Britonesia 36–41 Irian Barat


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Kep 4 4 0 0 166 49 +117 12
2 Irian Barat 4 3 0 1 113 142 −29 9
3 Saintland 4 2 0 2 114 129 −15 6
4 Banija 4 1 0 3 130 130 0 3
5 Britonesia 4 1 0 3 104 121 −17 3
6 Kaboomlandia 4 1 0 3 89 145 −56 3
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Postby Kep » Tue Jul 26, 2016 5:54 pm

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Group A - Geltrbarg Stadium | Sario


Irian Barat 37–20 Saintland
Kaboomlandia 19–39 Britonesia
Kep 16–52 Banija


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Kep 5 4 0 1 182 101 +81 12
2 Irian Barat 5 4 0 1 150 162 −12 12
3 Banija 5 2 0 3 182 146 +36 6
4 Britonesia 5 2 0 3 143 140 +3 6

5 Saintland 5 2 0 3 134 166 −32 6
6 Kaboomlandia 5 1 0 4 108 184 −76 3

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Advance To Quarter-Finals (Prince's Arena, Qasden)
Failed To Advance, Mathematically Eliminated

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Postby Qasden » Tue Jul 26, 2016 7:23 pm

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Matchday 5 CUTOFF


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Group B- Prince's Arena/Port Harston



Levivania 31–54 Krisville
Jarwel 23–33 Namady
Cheongji 41–15 Qasden


Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Krisville 5 5 0 0 191 121 +70 15
2 Levivania 5 3 0 2 189 172 +17 9
3 Namady 5 3 0 2 144 133 +11 9
4 Qasden 5 2 0 3 156 138 -17 6

5 Cheongji 5 1 0 4 142 156 −14 3
6 Jarwel 5 1 0 4 109 170 −61 3

Advance
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~~~~Quarter-Finals~~~~

    Qad Side


    Prince's Arena/Port Harston


    #4 Britonsea vs. #1 Kep
    #3 Banija vs. #2 Irian Barat


    Kesp Side


    #4 Qasden vs. #1 Krisville
    #3 Namady vs. #2 Levivania
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Postby Qasden » Tue Jul 26, 2016 9:10 pm

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After 5 intensely intense battles in group B, the CanadiVans narrowly clinched a spot in the quarterfinals, after obtaining 4th place over Jarwel and Cheongji. Qasden, who will be hosting Group A's Quarterfinals, will pit Britonsea and Banija against Kep and Irian Barat, while the Kesp side of the playoffs will see our own Vans, as well as Namady, put to the test against Krisville and Levivania.

On match day 5, in Port Harston, TQ were ultimately slaughtered by Cheongji, who sat in last at the time. Somehow, the CanadiVans were saved by Namady, who took Qasden's 3rd place spot after defeating Jarwel, 33-23. Now, dusting off their kits, it's time for Qasden to get them dirty again when they re-encounter Krisville.

A relative nation of Namady, Krisville won Group B with an undefeated record, with one of those victories being against the Vans. Now, with the Vans training harder, it could go either way. Hopefully, an upset of Krisville will be in Qasden's favor.

Will the Vans be able to defeat the undefeated? Or will Krisville deny Qasden of that joy? Stay tuned for our quick report on the quarterfinals, ripening from Kep and Qasden.
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Postby Qasden » Wed Jul 27, 2016 7:00 pm

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QF CUTOFF - Qad Side

I wonder sometimes if I'm the only person in America who watches and listens to Eurovision. Finland, you had ONE JOB in 2013! I don't even want to mention what happened this year X3

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Qad Quarterfinals- Prince's Arena/Port Harston


Kep 36–24 Britonisea

Irian Barat 20–44 Banija


Semi-Finals / Qad Side
#3 Banija vs. #1 Kep
Royal T.V. Stadium, T.V. City
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Postby Kep » Wed Jul 27, 2016 7:18 pm

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Quarter-Finals - Pallister Pavillion | Sacula Flats


Krisville 21–27 Qasden
Levivania 26–22 Namady



Qasden and Levivania advance
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Postby Kep » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:57 am

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Semi-Finals - Pallister Pavillion | Sacula Flats


Qasden 18–26 Levivania



Levivania advances to final
Qasden advances to 3rd Place game

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Postby Kep » Thu Jul 28, 2016 7:34 am

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Maple Leaf Bowl V

Kep In The Semis

- By Baldvin Þorkelsson

Kep continues its historic run in its first m-verse tourney, coming off a 12-point win over Britonesia yesterday before a sellout crowd in Qasden. Kep was lead by fullback Reijo Merikanto who ran for two touchdowns and racked up 279 yards on the ground. Merikanto complimented back-up quarterback Tómas Njálsson who came in in the second quarter following Kim Pihlava tearing his right ACL. Njálsson himself had a modest field day completing two touchdown passes while scrambling for another one. On defense, a rock-solid defense held against a strong Britonesian offense which scored 143 points in the group stages.
Kep continues to be an offensive force to be reckoned, it managed to pull off another victory with a weakened offense minus the dynamic Kim Pihlava who went out early in the second quarter after a hit from Britonesia's middle linebacker, tearing his ACL and rendering him unconscious. Enter Tómas Njálsson, an unknown from the tundra of Kep stunned, accumulating a total of three touchdown passes. Entering the semi-finals, he'll also be the starting QB for Kep. Running back Reijo Merikanto also performed well, he contributed a two touchdown performance along with solid yardage throughout the game. Also, let's give props to Örvar Valgeirsson, the walk-on receiver for Kep who racked up 360 yards against Britonesia, something rarely done.
On the defensive side of the ball, Kep struggled slightly, giving Britonesia an early lead before finding its stride. Early on, Kep gave up two touchdowns, down 14-0 early. However, Kep's defense found their stride, clawing back in the second quarter. In the final half, Kep successfully contained a prowling Britonesian attack, holding off and keeping a chance at the finals alive and clear. The defense did well I guess, but more needs to be done.
Kep faces Banija next.

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SF CUTOFF - Qad Side
Two countries enter RTS, one country leaves RTS. Why? Because that's where the bronze match is!


ImageBanija 11–44 KepImage

-3rd Place Match-
Royal T.V. Stadium / T.V. City
Banija vs. Qasden
-Finals-
Geltrbarg Stadium / Sario
Kep vs. Levivania
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Postby Kep » Sat Jul 30, 2016 12:30 pm

| Games Temporarily Delayed Until Monday |

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Postby Qasden » Tue Aug 02, 2016 9:41 pm

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~3PPO CUTOFF~


At long last! At long long last! The bronze match is upon us! Seems like a fitting day to unleash this video X3

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3rd Place Playoff - Royal T.V. Stadium/T.V. City


Banija 21-28 Qasden


Thank you everybody for letting Kep and I host the revival of the Maple Leaf Bowl! I wish good luck to my partner and Levivania in the championship, and I want to Saintland for reviving the tournament and allowing us to hold the event (⌒-⌒; )
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Sporting Achievements, how few they exist
World Cup Ranking:18th;KPB: 30.82; Style: +3.175
(Co)Hosted- Cup of Harmony 71, Baptism of Fire 67, MLB V, WLC 26, and IBC 23!
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Postby Qasden » Sun Aug 21, 2016 8:57 pm

As my co-host has been inactive for quite awhile now, here's the final score for MLB V.
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~FINAL CUTOFF~
It's Kep versus Levivania for the ultimate title of Canadian Football glory! Who's gonna win? Who will fall, who will step into mashed potatoes? All of this and more right below in the spoiler!

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Championship Match - Geltrbarg Stadium / Sario


Kep 42-28 Levivania

Congrationulations to Kep, champions of the fifth Maple Leaf Bowl! Commiserations to Levivania, who played exceptionally well in the tournament. Once again, thank you all for allowing me and Kep to host this amazing tournament, and we can't wait to see you at MLB VI! ^o^
Sporting Achievements, how few they exist
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