Sorry for the delay - in real life I'm in the middle of running a two-day all-day competition for my job and haven't had time to respond.
A few things:
1) I appreciate the amount of thought put into the backstory, but the thing is, using WWE references won't really jibe in the RLW "universe"...nix the John Cena and Chris Jericho type stuff. It's fine to build a backstory of "veteran who's killed it all over the place and is now here for whatever reason", it just needs to not involve a real-life wrestling company with real-life wrestlers. And besides, we all know John Cena would never lose 9 times out of 15 to somebody
2) Super strength? Ok. 400ish pounds over her head when she's built like a Bella Twin? No - HOWEVER...if you want to make this a super funny gimmicked thing where she has power bracelets or a magic gauntlet that makes her "super strong" (with a heavy dose of winking to the camera), I'm all for it.
3) Can you expand on her gimmick beyond "tables"? If the wording isn't clear on the app, think of it this way (and I'll use WWE analogies since I imagine you know those pretty well): Undertaker's early 90s gimmick was "zombie mortician". John Cena's old gimmick was white rapper. We have an anarchist pack of marsupials, a giant wall of Russian muscle, a science fiction monster who morphs every few weeks, a "real-life" German dragon, a masked "social media psychopath" - you see what I mean?
I see. Do forgive me, this is my first time e-fedding for anywhere and I figured her WWE career was of note. If it helps, only 2 of John's losses were clean.
So, let's try again. Things in bold are edits.
Wrestler Name: Emevlas Stastias Nicknames (if applicable): "'Mevy" "The Joliet Nightmare" "The Crimson-headed Dynamo-nix" (like Dominatrix, but with the word 'dynamo' instead.) Height: 5'10" Weight: 126 lb. Or 57 kg. Hometown: Joliet, IL. Birthdate: June 12th, 1980
Physical appearance: Crimson red hair extending down past her shoulders but not quite to her lower back. Average limb proportions for your 5 foot 10 inch female. Average bust. Slightly broad shoulders. Caucasian. Rounded jaw, but not absurdly round. Deep blue eyes.
Ring gear: A red (or black and blood red for pay-per-view and table matches) short sleeve t-shirt. Short blue Nike wristbands. White khaki pants. Black ankle cut socks. Black Air Jordans with red and white trim.
Theme music: "Turn the Tables" by Saliva Ring entrance: A pyro bomb-drop falls as the song says "Yeah. We're coming down!" As soon as the pyro hits three times, the song starts up and Emevlas appears from the gorilla position. She walks down the ramp with a completely calm mind, never once noticing the crowd she once slapped high-fives with until she gets to the ring. She jumps over the rope to get in. As soon as the chorus shouts "GET THE TABLES," she does the same. And there we are.
Face or heel?: Heel
Gimmick: Tables. If possible, Emevlas has a sick obsession for driving her opponent through a table (though not to fetish fuel levels) at any point before, during or after the match. If there aren't splinters in her opponents' back, she lost the match.
Ring style: Mix of Frantic Brawler and Showman, in that she likes to have fast-paced matches from start to finish, and play to the crowd while she does it, which may or may not defeat the purpose.
Brief biography: Born "Eliza Jayne Coheed" in June 1980, she changed her name to "Emevlas Eliza Stastias-Coheed" on September 9th, 1998 after she had finally broken into professional wrestling with the stage name "Emevlas Stastias." She developed an attraction for women around that time, and was kicked out of the wrestling federation she was competing for because they were no longer an equal opportunity employer as of July 31st, 1998. After a long run in a top wrestling company (who helped her hone her craft for nearly 15 years, 15 world championships and 15 matches with their top star, winning 9 of them, and partly because they WERE an E.O.E.), she felt she had accomplished everything she wanted. Her contract expired on July 31st, 2014, and has been training ever since.
Confidence: She knows she is one of the toughest wrestlers in any league and it shows in her step. She almost always has an optimistic view of life, even if that makes her seem naïve to some.
Strength: For her size, Emevlas is actually quite a powerhouse, able to lift nearly 300 pounds over her head despite not looking able to lift 200 pounds above her chest.
Her brain: She could argue someone like Edward Witten into a corner and never let him escape from it...
Her brain: ...though she has been knocked out multiple times by winning said argument. She legitimately thinks she has a problem with "not being able to shut up."
Temper: Emevlas is usually cool-headed and patient unless pushed ever so slightly. Don't speak ill of her or you'll be on the receiving end of a verbal blasting, which is the perfect time to get physically involved.
Her left shoulder: In 2004, she dislocated her left shoulder blade and had to miss nearly 6 months of action, and that shoulder still bothers her on occasion to this very day.
5-10 signature maneuvers: (Not in order)
1. Running knee to the face. 2. Back kick (segueing into a reverse enzuigiri if blocked) 3. Corner Clothesline (She pulls her opponent towards her and clotheslines them hard.) 4. Sunset Turnbuckle Cutter (Flipping cutter, sometimes through a table) 5. Whiplash DDT (Leg-sweeping DDT) 6. Spear w/punches to the head. 7. Tomahawk Kick (Basically a punt kick with "Chopping" theatrics. She sometimes finishes with this followed by the Jumping Cutter.)
Finishing maneuver: Jumping Cutter
I like this character concept and what she could really bring to the table here with RLW. And it does looked like he has tweaked and edited her very considerably. I am all for and totally ready to see her in action.
One thing that may need to be edited is the entrance. Since she is now a heel, I think that you may want edit her entrance as it does still say she is still taking high fives from fans and a heel typically would not do that.
Maybe she could taunt some fans or I could see her ignore them en route to the ring. Let her be totally calmed and focused as she prepares for her match with her opponent.
Just a little suggestion that I noticed for future reference.
Otherwise, I would love to see a go-go verses Evalmas feud in the hopefully near future.
I'd like to name this the "Bombdrop" because it fits the character's entrance theme, and "Bombdrop" rolls off of the tongue a bit better than "Jumping Cutter." Bonus points to the move being a drop as well.
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