Directors The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (and Villains) Draft!

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  1. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    The title says it all. We'll each be drafting a League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (good guys) and a League of Extraordinary Villains - five characters for each roster.

    Once again, the winner of any given match will be able to replace up to two characters from their roster with any two characters from the losing roster.

    The drafting process will run 1 - 8, 8 - 1.

    The Players

    Martin Teller
    Jan H
    SteveGon
    Scott Weinberg
    Brad Porter
    Mike Hutman
    Brian Kissinger
    Nick Sievers


    Martin Teller

    Benjamin Franklin
    Buffy the Vampire Slayer
    Gandalf the White
    (moved to Scott's roster)
    Wolverine
    Wong Fei-Hung


    Carrie White
    Doctor Doom
    (moved to Brad's roster)
    Freddy Krueger
    Grigory Efimovich Rasputin
    Samara/Sadako



    Jan H

    Batman
    Bugs Bunny
    Conan the Barbarian
    The Man With No Name
    Robin Hood

    Amon Goeth
    Darth Vader
    Jack the Ripper
    John Doe (Se7en)
    Lacy MacBeth


    SteveGon

    Frankenstein's Monster
    King Arthur
    Professor Bernard Quatermass
    The Shadow
    Sherlock Holmes

    Alex DeLarge
    Boba Fett
    Ernst Stavro Blofeld
    Iago (Othello)
    Long John Silver



    Scott Weinberg

    Ellen Ripley
    Gandalf the White
    Indiana Jones
    John McClane
    Superman

    Jaws
    John Ryder (The Hitcher)
    Keyser Soze
    Nurse Mildred Ratched
    The Wicked Witch of the West


    Brad Porter

    Ash
    Dirty Harry Callahan
    James Bond
    Mad Max
    Sydney Bristow

    Dracula
    Dr. Doom
    Evil (Time Bandits)
    Hal 9000
    Hannibal Lecter


    Mike Hutman

    Hermione Granger
    Jed (Red Dawn)
    Leon the Professional
    Solid Snake (Metal Gear games)
    William Wallace


    Al Capone
    Henry (The Good Son)
    The Lord of Darkness (Legend)
    Patrick Bateman
    The Predator



    Brian Kissinger

    Barbara Mandrell
    Barbara Walters
    Mrs. Buttersworth
    Sally Struthers
    Shirley Temple


    B.A. Baracus
    Bob Dylan
    Jiminy Cricket
    Mr. Kotter
    Rich Little



    Nick Sievers

    Ash (moved to Brad's roster)
    The Bride
    Bruce Lee
    Jack Bauer
    Jack Burton


    Agent Smith
    C. Montgomery Burns
    General Zod
    Satan
    The Terminator



    Discards

    The Boogeyman (guess no one is scared of boogers)
    Han Solo (dumped like a chump)
    Hercules (now crying on Xena's shoulder)
     
  2. Brad Porter

    Brad Porter Screenwriter

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    I'm in and I vow not to draft any Star Wars or Lord of the Rings characters. :p)

    Brad
     
  3. Scott Weinberg

    Scott Weinberg Lead Actor

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    In!
     
  4. Nick Sievers

    Nick Sievers Producer

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    I'll play.
     
  5. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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  6. Jan H

    Jan H Cinematographer

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    I'm in!
     
  7. Mike Hutman

    Mike Hutman Supporting Actor

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    I'll give it a go.
     
  8. Brad Porter

    Brad Porter Screenwriter

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    I triple dog dare somebody else to join this draft!

     
  9. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    Well, we need two more people...

    Brad, I suppose those leaders you mentioned would be okay - I was thinking more along the lines of presidents, etc.
     
  10. MartinTeller

    MartinTeller Screenwriter

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    I'll give it a shot, I guess.
     
  11. MartinTeller

    MartinTeller Screenwriter

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    Do our choices have to be human? If, for example, I wanted to draft a Tyrannosaurus Rex, would that be allowed?
     
  12. MartinTeller

    MartinTeller Screenwriter

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    *cough*
     
  13. MartinTeller

    MartinTeller Screenwriter

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    Yes/No/Maybe?
     
  14. Brian Kissinger

    Brian Kissinger Screenwriter

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    As long as you fellahs don't mind my silliness, I'll join in and fill out the roster. If you do mind my silliness, then that hurts my feelings. If you enjoyed hurting my feelings, then I understand. This one time I was at work and there was this girl that worked there and we all thought she was a not nice female dog of sorts, and me and another forum member (no names) had a running contest on how many times we could make her cry. That was damn wrong of me. As Mr. Clint Eastwood says, "We all got it comin' kid." And in this case, karma shall rule the day.

    BK's pointless trivia question of the day:

    Guess what I did for the 3 hours I was supposed to be training today?

    Answer:
    Sat and drank coffee and talked movies with the guy I was supposed to be training....he liked that last Halloween movie.....what a boob!
     
  15. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    Yay! We have our eight. [​IMG]

    I've shuffled the line-up and Martin goes first.

    As usual, you get twelve hours to make your pick, then you're skipped - you can make your pick at any time after that.
     
  16. MartinTeller

    MartinTeller Screenwriter

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    Steve, can you answer my question?



    And I should further clarify that, because a T. Rex isn't really what I have in mind. I mean non-human characters.

    I assume I can pick either a villain or a gentleman on any round. I'll start with an obvious choice:

    [​IMG]

    Gentleman: Gandalf the White
     
  17. Brad Porter

    Brad Porter Screenwriter

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    Can you list the draft order now so that those of us going on trips to Vega$ in the near future will know if we have to send you our pick in advance.


    Edit: ooops - I see that you modified the first post... look over there - is that the Pope? Whooosh!

    Brad
     
  18. Jan H

    Jan H Cinematographer

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    I'll take Darth Vader
     
  19. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    Martin: I'd like to not stray too far off-base, but pick what you will. [​IMG]

    I'll take: The Shadow
     
  20. SteveGon

    SteveGon Executive Producer

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    Senor Weinberg is up.

    On deck:

    Brad
    Mike
    Brian
    Nick X2
     

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