Uwee hee hee hee! Welcome, editors, to the Dragon's Neck Colosseum! My name is Ultros the receptionist, and I'm taking bets as to who will win in a tussle between two characters from the Final Fantasy series! The winner gets, well, nothing. It's more of a poll, really. The Colosseum owner stuck me on this duty after Kefka was defeated, but I need the money! So what are you waiting for? Get voting! Remember, you can remain anonymous!
Functionally, this is a popularity contest. You may vote for your favorite or whom you think would win in an competition between the two combatants that week. Fights are changed weekly, and are supposed to be updated on Monday, but fate often conspires to make us update on Tuesday, so keep that in mind if you don't see a new fight yet. Failure to comply with the following rules will likely result in your vote being removed, and repeated or particularly obnoxious rule violations may result in a ban from participating in future fights.
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Last Man Standing is a spinoff of the original Dragon's Neck Colosseum. It is a fight between the previous victor of Last Man Standing and victor of the previous DNC fight. It occurs every other week; in other terms, it happens when the normal DNC fights are not going on. It has the same rules as the normal fights, with a few exceptions:
If the two opponents tie, the both characters will be retired, and two new fighters will appear.
If a character wins 5 Last Man Standing fights in a row, he or she will be retired from LMS and two new battlers will vie for the coveted champion spot.
Sometimes a previous Last Man Standing champion may be revived to fight against the current champion. This will happen if the previous DNC winner is incompatible with LMS (i.e. if the previous winner was a game mechanic, a summon, or an enemy) or for special celebrations.
The wiki's triannual tournament, Magicite Madness, has returned for a fourth time! As a result, new polls will be up every 3 days until the Elimination rounds are complete. Also, you must log in for your votes to count.
For archives, additional rules, and further scheduling details, see the project page.
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Magicite Madness IV - ELIMINATION, Bracket XIIIEdit
Tonogiri appears in a single cutscene, why is he in this tornament? On the other hand Zhuyu (a more important character) didn't make the cut... GoldenChocobo (talk) 13:02, June 25, 2017 (UTC)
I've never played Type-0 (or a majority of the games represented here, Final Fantasy is way too big of a franchise), so for the games I haven't played I just went with the suggestions on this forum. Cat (meow ∙ hunt) 19:36, June 25, 2017 (UTC)
Since I think the finalised T-0 cast were picked from my initial proposal, my fault. I have also not played Type-0, but I did once read through the Historical Personnae. Tonogiri's here because he's one of the few Soryu characters in the codex. And Zhuyu's not here actually because I mistook him for an Agito Cadet, and I didn't keep any of those on the list because I have no idea how relationally important any of them are. So oops. JBed (talk) 23:14, June 25, 2017 (UTC)
Old Magicite Madness fights should be viewed at the schedule.
You can find older fights in the Archives for the Dragon's Neck Colosseum. All of these fights are closed, so don't bother voting. All new votes will be removed. Each archive contains 10 weeks of different fights.