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Kickboxer: Vengeance By Valeria Introduction It s time to head off to the home of Muay Thai, kickboxing, for some underground fighting. As beautiful as this country can be, it s the bloody underbelly that you ll be getting involved with in your time here. The long tradition of martial arts history in this country have resulted in a very healthy martial arts scene. While there are plenty of organised competitions with rules and regulations, they re nothing compared to the real deal. The stuff where people are killed on a daily basis in the ring and all the nastiest sorts of gambles, blackmailing, corruption and drugs can be found. The king of this world at the time is a Thai man named Tong Po, a giant of a man that has mastered the art of Muay Thai beyond any other to date. He takes pleasure in fighting and killing his opponents, though he does seem to have his own sense of honour and respect for his fallen foes. Over in America, Eric Sloane has just won the World Karate Championships. He and his brother Kurt travel to Thailand to take on Tong Po, on the offer of a woman named Marcia, in order to really test the champion’s abilities. He is set to fight tomorrow in the fight arena that Marcia runs against Tong Po and he will be brutally killed in that fight, proving too weak to come out victorious. Kurt will be driven to seek revenge, even going against the law to do so, and will eventually encounter a man named Durant, the man who once taught his brother to fight. You begin a day before Eric s fatal bout and have 1000 Choice Points (CP) to spend on any option you want within this document.
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Locations Thailand The Kingdom of Thailand, found in South Eastern Asia. To many foreigners, it s a fun and exotic holiday destination. But to the Muay Thai community, the serious ones, it s like the Holy Grail became an entire country. You ll find martial artists all across the country, along with countless fighting arenas, legal and less so. You may begin in any public location within this country that you desire to be.
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Origins Challenger You ve not yet proven yourself in the world of fighting. That just means you ve got to take the chances that come to you. You ve only just arrived in Thailand, looking to make something of yourself or looking to take down a certain person. Perhaps searching out a trainer would be a better idea. Champion Bit more experienced than most, you ve already shown you ve got the skills in lesser tournaments. How much was actually skill and how much was natural talent or just your sheer size well, that s what you came to Thailand to find out, to pit yourself against the real masters of martial arts in this world. Trainer You re not much of a fighter yourself, maybe just not anymore, but you are pretty damn good at making other people into good fighters. You ve always been a good teacher, the work comes naturally to you, but teaching others how to beat the shit out of their enemies is where you really shine. Plenty of prospective students here in Thailand too.
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  • Fall '13
  • ProfessorChampolllion
  • Muay Thai

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