FSL Tonight 2012 Finals: Debt reckoning

The Vulcan Velocity and Lannisport Lions face off in what may be the wildest championship game yet. Plus, league management stunner, and new teams elevated!

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9 thoughts on “FSL Tonight 2012 Finals: Debt reckoning

  1. so how did Worf who was on the radiers in 2011 get to the fedaration.An trade perhapes. I guess Worf left his home team to go play with a bunch other other species

  2. Okay, now that the tumult and the shouting has stopped, we can take a long look at the teams getting the boost up to the FSL. While I’m sad to see that my beloved Ponyville Fillies didn’t get the nod, and I’m annoyed that an overrated flash-in-the-pan like the NY Avengers have been elevated (and will be relegated come the end of next season, you heard it here first!) I couldn’t be happier with the other two choices. The Time Lords DESERVE a slot in the FSL, and everyone knows it. And as for the San Fransisco Federation? What can I say? The fact that they haven’t been in the FSL premier division since jump is simply a crime!

    Another thing that I’m happy about is the growing level of diversity we see in the FSL’s current team roster. As much as I dislike the Avengers, the Superhero League hasn’t been represented in the FSL since the 1966-68 run of the Gotham City Caped Crusaders, and the SFTVL presence has been anemically represented by b-listers like Serenity Valley for far too long.

    I’m also going to go out on a limb to say that seeing both Winterfell AND Mordor cut from the Elite Eight will be good for the league in the long run: For far too long the FSL has been clogged full of teams from the fantasy leagues, which (after the ‘Barbarian’ teams left to go start the own league) have become frankly stale and unexciting. In fact, I’m going to start banging the drum right now to get a Barbarian League team inducted into the FSL next season!

    • Ok. this is my last hurrah for the Fireflys. They weren’t B-listers, they were an elite team who didn’t make the championship, and as we now know (hello Mordor), any team can fall apart. Just my opinion of course, and now I have to shut up about the whole Serenity Valley thing.

      And just to show that I’m not altogether contrary, I am totally with you on a Barbarian League elevation. Totally exciting play from the no-armor teams all season long—they all deserve a shot and here’s hoping one of them goes to the dance in 2014.

  3. Gallifrey is going to dominate next year’s FSL season. Next year? It hasn’t happened yet has it? No. Yes, next year. Hoping Romanadvoratrelundar I gets to play and obviously Rodan and Borusa. They’ll probably be needed to balance out the more erratic style of the Doctor and wild energy of someone like River Song.

    I do worry however, and I know I shouldn’t but I do, which Doctor will actually show up and whether we’ll see the same Doctor throughout the season. No matter. If Gallifrey falls next season there are still plenty of exciting teams still in it.

    It’s going to be a great season.

  4. News of the continued rejection of the Matrix did not go over well on Cybertron. Team Captain Optimus Prime and Big Man Megatron erupted into a fight in the training room that ended in a line being drawn in the center of the room. The team has split into the Iacon Autobots with Prime as Player Coach and team captain and the Kaon Decepticons with Megatron as “Lord and Master of All” as the press release indicated.

    Megatron then immediately signed Shockwave as Big Man, Barracade in defense and Soundwave as Goal keeper. More details will follow at the beginning of the season.

    When asked about the argument, Megatron insinuated that the reason they had not gotten the nod from the FSL had to do with the weakness of his former teammates and that he would crush all opponents in his wake.

    Prime has refused to answer our hails for comment at this time. My son Daniel, the team waterboy, indicated, however that he has vowed to reunite the teams and would not rest “until all are one.” Rookie Hot Rod has been signed to the team provisionally, pending training results.

  5. Results from the Barbarian League Finals:
    The Hyborea Cimmerians defeated the Colchis Argonauts 4-2, with the deciding factor being the removal of Castor and Pollux from the game for fighting each other. Seizing their chance, both Conan and Belit overwhelmed the Argo’s inadequate defense, and each scored a goal in the final minute.

    Meanwhile in Rome the Mt. Olympus Titans suffered a humiliating defeat at the hands of the Volusia Atlanteans, captained by player/coach Kull. Kull and his Big Man Brule the Spear-slayer scored three goals each, the final score being 6-0. Upon the return of the conquering heroes, a victory celebration commenced that was so raucus that the entire continent began sinking, and within hours was gone from view.

    The Barbarian League Overseers have yet to rule a default victory to the Cimmerians, their opponents having apparently drowned; some are speculating that the Titans will advance to the final game in their stead.

  6. Harry Seldon is a great pick as commissioner, as there is literally nothing he hasn’t seen coming.

    Of course, now my beloved Foundation probably won’t be moving up since it’ll raise some eyebrows. The current lineup is a great team, and, as a fan, I can’t get upset with our… less than spectacular record. Everything is how it’s supposed to be, the math just works!

  7. Megatron is the founder of the Decepticon uprising and their most feared leader. Bob Budiansky, the writer for the Marvel Comics series, stated that originally Hasbro took issue with the name, saying it sounded too frightening. Budiansky responded that as the lead villain, that was the point. Hasbro later agreed with his reasoning, and approved the name “Megatron”.^”*.

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