Published on Jun 23, 2012
I realize that it has been an extremely long time since I've uploaded any Mugen videos to YouTube... I know that it's going to sound like a very cliched excuse by this point and period in time, but the truth is that school and various real-life priorities have kept me very busy. I'm currently a sophomore in college, as of 2012-06-23 (I'll be a junior in the fall), and I just completed one semester's worth of summer classes that started in May (I'll be starting another semester's worth on Monday). I figured that, since I'm lucky enough to finally have some mean time between time, it would be kind of nice to bless everyone who is still watching the videos of a washed-up old fart hasbeen like me with some new Mugen content. Some of the battles that you are going to see me uploading in the future are actually ideas/concepts that I've literally had on the backburner since the summer of last year, so you may or may not end up seeing me utilizing/incorporating older/outdated versions of certain characters into my matches. If you do and you would like to see me fight more/the most recent versions of those chars, please let me know at your earliest possible convenience and I will do my very best to make those rematches a reality.
You may notice that I have changed how things work a little bit from my last batch/set/collection of Mugen videos:
-I am no longer using Chotto-Komaru's Street Fighter Alpha 2 screenpack--I switched to Akabei's Art of Fighting 2 screenpack, because it is my favorite of the four screenpacks that Akabei made (he has also made screenpacks for Art of Fighting 1 [as did Fred], The King of Fighters '95 [as did Dark Saviour; I am actually using DS's KoF '95 sparkset for my Mugen now, since the SFA2 sparks made by CK tend to clash rather heavily with the visuals of the AoF2 screenpack], and Samurai Shodown 2 [I'd be really surprised if you don't love this guy by now]), and because I literally have never seen any videos on YouTube or any other video website featuring it.
-I am no longer going to have winquotes at the end of each fight, since it probably got kind of boring to see the same ones every time.
-I am going back to the best-of-3 rule for 1-on-1 an 2-on-2 battles, since best-of-9 fights almost always tend to get repetitive very quickly (and most people probably don't have the attention span to watch battles that long).
-If I manage to win one round over an opponent in a 1-on-1 battle (or over opponents in a 2-on-2 battle) and still end up losing that battle, I am not going to scrap that attempt at facing that opponent or team (this rule does not apply to 3-on-3 or 4-on-4 battles, though; this rule also applies to those situations when I lose both rounds of a battle but something of particular interest happens in either or both rounds)
Hopefully these new rules are going to make whatever future Mugen videos I post more enjoyable to watch. Since I am blessed enough to have an account that has been enabled for uploads longer than 15 minutes, you can expect to see Mugen videos that are going to be much longer than they used to be (I can only hope that the battles won't drag/carry on as long as they used to from now on).
Here is a list of the battles in this video.
The Trials of Eiji Kisaragi (inspired by a comment made by YouTube user fokuz on one of my Futenma Kaori/Honma Kaori song uploads wherein he stated that he wanted to see more use more obscure characters, recommending Eiji as a choice for my consideration):
-Eiji Kisaragi by Ahuron (me) vs. Ryo Sakazaki by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Robert Garcia by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Ryuhaku Todoh by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Jack Turner by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Lee Pai Long by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. King by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Mickey Rogers by Lord Sinistro (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. John Crawley by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Takuma Sakazaki by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Mr. Karate (Takuma Sakazaki) by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Eiji Kisaragi by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Geese Howard by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Mickey Rogers by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Mr. Big by Fred (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Temjin by Adamskie (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Yuri Sakazaki by Andre Lopes (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Lee Pai Long by MR.S (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Jin Fuwa by Tin (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Ryo Sakazaki by Brown (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Kasumi Todoh by Nyo (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Sinclair by Tof (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Lenny Creston by Keyu (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Wyler by Dxwho (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Robert Garcia by DeSouza (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Rody Birts by Kai One/Jezekiel/Nyko (won 2-0)
-Eiji (me) vs. Freddy's Thug (Karman Cole) by Mass (won 2-0)
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