Sword of Destiny

2015-06-13-SwordOfDestiny_1

Chicago, IL – 6.13.2015

Championship Rundown
Grand Champion: Hallowicked
Campeones de Parejas: The Devastation Corporation (Max Smashmaster & Blaster McMassive)
Young Lions Cup Champion: Heidi Lovelace

Commentary is provided by Mike Quackenbush, Bryce Remsburg, and Juan Francisco de Coronado.

Arik Cannon vs. Missile Assault Ant

Missile avoids locking up with Cannon and yells his own name multiple times. Cannon forces him into a wristlock and mares him to the mat into a top wristlock. They switch wristlocks and waistlocks once back to their feet. Cannon looks to tie up Missile’s legs but Missile grabs the bottom rope. Cannon takes him down in a side headlock. Missile boots Cannon against the ropes. Cannon shoulder blocks him down and yells his name in defiance. Missile leapfrogs over Cannon and takes him down with a dropkick for two. The Missile stomp follows. Cannon gets in a couple of forearms to the back. They fight for position. Cannon back elbows Missile and gives him a twisting neckbreaker. Missile grabs the bottom rope to stop the pinfall. Missile blocks a superkick and throws a barrage of uppercuts against the ropes. He strings three Northern Lights suplexes together. Missile looks for running double fists. Cannon cracks him with a haymaker and hits Total Anarchy for two. Cannon calls for the Glimmering Warlock. Missile ducks and catches Cannon in a pinning combination for the upset at 6:55. A surprise win for Missile Assault Ant! This was fun albeit short, but I always love seeing Arik Cannon in CHIKARA. *½

From the balcony, Kevin Condron yells to Missile Assault Ant that he’s a man.

Race Jaxon {NRG} & Hype Rockwell {NRG} vs. Juan Francisco de Coronado & Prakash Sabar {BP}

Orange Cassidy and a female fan are having a candlelit dinner ringside as she won a Dating Game right before the contest. Cassidy defeated The Proletariat Boar of Moldova and Oleg the Usurper for the honor. Rockwell is too big for Sabar to do anything in a waistlock. They exchange headlocks. Rockwell shoots off Sabar and resists Sabar shoulder blocks. Coronado knees Rockwell from the apron, allowing Sabar to land some kicks to the back. He lands a springboard bulldog. Coronado puts on a Camel Clutch. Rockwell drives him back first to the corner. Jaxon tags in and assists Rockwell with a double hip toss and double elbow drop. Sabar tags in and is immediately taken over with a Frankensteiner from Jaxon. Sabar stops an Irish whip and throws some kicks. Jaxon takes tandem boots from the United Nations. Rockwell hip tosses both Coronado and Sabar multiple times. Jaxon hops off of Rockwell’s back for a crossbody onto the United Nations outside the ring. In the ring, Jaxon dropkicks Sabar in the corner. Rockwell clotheslines both Coronado and Sabar in the corners until he is stopped by a drop toe hold from Coronado. Coronado knocks Jaxon off the apron so that he and Sabar can work over Rockwell in their corner. During this, Coronado stops Sabar from going for the Bronco Buster on a few occasions, nothing that it has never worked before. Despite Coronado’s insistence, Sabar goes for the Bronco Buster. Rockwell catches him with a big spinebuster. Coronado misses an elbow drop. Jaxon makes the tag. He high crossbody’s onto the United Nations, gives them both a through the ropes clothesline, then comes off the top with dropkicks to both. The UN look for a tandem suplex. Rockwell saves Jaxon, leading to stereo running shoulder tackles from N_R_G. Coronado gives Jaxon a chinbreaker before looking for the Tiger Driver. Jaxon maneuvers out and superkicks Coronado to the floor. N_R_G give Sabar a Complete Shot/wheelbarrow combo. Jaxon superkicks Sabar into Rockwell’s Hyperwheel for the pin at 8:33. This was designed to show how competent N_R_G could be as a team with Rockwell at full attention. To that degree it was a success. Jaxon’s comeback is really fun to watch and both Sabar and Coronado have improved. **½

UltraMantis Black is giving the Batiri a pep talk about their match tonight against Battle Hive. Oleg the Usurper gives them onions as encouragement. Mantis tells Oleg to stay backstage tonight so he can focus on his title match tomorrow. He then tells the Batiri that the three of them will continue their quest to immortality, clearly purposefully leaving Oleg on the outs.

Challenge of the Immortals
Amasis {OP}, Worker Ant {C} & Ashley Remington vs. UltraMantis Black, Obariyon {B} & Kodama {B}

Amasis’ team represents Battle Hive while Mantis’ team represents the Arcane Horde. Amasis smoothly dances his way out of a potential lock-up with Obariyon. Amasis does some dancing after teasing Obariyon with a test of strength request. He snaps off a pair of armdrags and a dropkick. Amasis and Worker Ant double back elbow Obariyon, do a little rump shaking, then drop tandem elbows. Worker Ant and Kodama trade wristlocks. Kodama brings him over in a side headlock. Worker Ant applies a headscissors, which Kodama pops out of. A Lucha sequence sees Kodama slingshot in from the apron with an armdrag. Worker Ant blocks another armdrag and muscles him up into a slam. Remington is impressed with his strength. He and Mantis tag in. Mantis twists on Remington’s wrist out of a lock-up, breaking on the count of four in the corner. Kodama gets in the ring to do some dancing per the request of the crowd. Amasis shows him up. Remington locks up with Mantis, but breaks on the count of 1 when he backs him to the corner. Remington ducks a charge, but Mantis armdrags him into a tornado clutch. Remington knees Mantis in the stomach and throws him out of a half-nelson, then again with a gutwrench suplex. Remington knocks the Batiri off the apron. He thinks of diving, but throws finger guns instead. The Horde get in his face, bringing in Worker Ant and Amasis. Instead of coming to blows, they all throw finger guns. The Horde toss the Battle Hive to the floor, aside from Remington who takes an Uncle Slam from Mantis for a two count. Mantis wears him down. Kodama comes in. Remington catches his kick and clotheslines him down. Amasis gets in a few strikes and leg lariats Kodama to the corner. He and Worker Ant double team Kodama in the corner. Worker Ant spins him into a flapjack. Obariyon drop toe holds Worker Ant on the second rope and knee strikes him in the back of the head. Amasis tornado kicks Obariyon. Mantis drops Amasis with a Falcon Arrow. Remington spins out Mantis into the Fair Winds. Kodama breaks up the pin. The Batiri nail Remington with the Skull Bronzing. Amasis breaks the pin and sends Obariyon to the floor. He tope con hilo’s onto Obariyon and Mantis. Kodama knee strikes Worker Ant out. Worker Ant and Amasis catch his pescado attempt. They pass Kodama up into Remington’s arm. Remington gives him a bridging German suplex for the pin at 13:35. This was a really fun match to kick off the show proper. With the characters being so beloved it was fun seeing how the crowd reacted from sequence to sequence. Remington getting the pin shows right away that he adds value to the Battle Hive in the Challenge of the Immortals. ***

Kevin Condron tells Lucas Calhoun he has come this far in his career because he cares about the person he was meant to become and who he is inside. He sees Calhoun’s name up in lights and the fans chanting both of their names (but Condron’s name much louder). He keeps pushing the Snow Troll out of frame. Condron tells Calhoun he needs to steal the show, which Condron believes will be no problem since he will be out there with him.

Icarus & Heidi Lovelace vs. Kevin Condron & Lucas Calhoun

The Lithuanian Snow Troll is in Condron and Calhoun’s corner. ‘Mr. Touchdown’ Mark Angelosetti is in Icarus and Lovelace’s corner. Condron is angered by Icarus calling him snowflake. Icarus and Calhoun avoid each others’ initial offense. Icarus takes Calhoun down with a flying clothesline. Icarus and Lovelace double back elbow Calhoun. Calhoun does a little swing dancing with Lovelace. Condron tells Calhoun that the lady’s are “his thing” and dismisses him to the apron. He tries using some charm, but Lovelace lights him up with forearm strikes. She ducks a boot and cracks him in the face with a knee strike before giving him a FameAsser. Condron kicks her leg out. He drives his forearm into Lovelace’s upper back and neck. He gives her a side slam, then takes Calhoun’s assistance in isolating her in the corner. Lovelace counters a Bionic Elbow from Condron with a backslide, then enzuigiri’s Condron after he kicks out. Icarus tags in. He rolls Calhoun up. He and Lovelace give him F.I.S.T. kicks. He sets up Calhoun on the top rope so that she can bring him down with a Frankensteiner. Icarus then lands a running knee strike. Condron breaks the pin and pounds on Icarus’ back with double axe handles. Calhoun strings a running forearm and enzuigiri together on Icarus in the corner. Condron brings him out with a backpack stunner for two. He slaps Lovelace in the face, baiting her into a low bridge to the floor. Icarus drops him with a Shiranui. He hits the Bionic Elbow and sets him up for the Wings of Icarus. The Troll grabs Icarus’ legs to stop him. This allows Condron to escape, and he rolls up Icarus and grabs his tights to get the pin at 10:27. This told a good story and accomplished two goals in a short time: escalating Condron’s issue with Dasher’s Dugout, and showing how formidable him and Calhoun have become as a team. I’m curious to see what will come of Condron and his misfits. **¾

Kevin Condron tells Calhoun that he’s missing something, stating that Calhoun’s outfit looks like it came from Wal-Mart. He brings the Troll into the ring to gift Calhoun a brand new red jumpsuit, somewhat akin to what the Honkey Tonky Man would wear. Condron says it’s time for Calhoun to become the man he was supposed to be. Calhoun is very gracious for the gesture.

Silver Ant {C} vs. Blaster McMassive {DC}

Silver Ant and McMassive waste no time going back and forth with hard strikes: forearms, chops, boots to the face, and knee strikes to name a few. Silver Ant catches McMassive coming off the ropes with an enzuigiri. McMassive rolls to the floor, so Silver Ant follows with a suicide dive. He pummels McMassive with ten successive punches. McMassive tries sending Silver Ant into the ring post, but Silver Ant halts on the apron and puts on an armbar. Upon release he tries a crossbody off the apron. McMassive catches him with a rib breaker. He pummels Silver Ant in front of a Colony fan in the front row. Silver Ant chops him back and looks for a suplex. McMassive turns it around, suplexing Silver Ant on the floor. Back in the ring, they chop one another in the corner with Silver Ant getting the better of the exchange. McMassive clobbers him in the face with a forearm and boots him in the opposite corner. Silver Ant catches McMassive with a tiger feint kick. He comes off the top rope with a dropkick. He comes in twice with running forearms. The third time, McMassive gives him Snake Eyes and a big boot. McMassive can’t get a pin. Forearms are thrown by both competitors. Silver Ant ducks one, kicks McMassive in the leg, then in the side of the head. He spins out McMassive into a Blue Thunder Bomb for two. Silver Ant throws some kicks before trying a clothesline. McMassive counters with a Black Hole Slam. Silver Ant turns his pin attempt into a crucifix pin. McMassive kicks out and mows Silver Ant down with a clothesline. McMassive looks for a superplex. Silver Ant headbutts McMassive back to the apron. The frogsplash earns him a two count, so he looks for a cross armbreaker. McMassive muscles Silver Ant up into a powerbomb to free himself. However, Silver Ant reapplies the hold shortly after. McMassive passes out at 9:53. This was a fight, and a really fun one at that. These two beat the living heck out of one another from start to finish, giving you something you don’t typically see in a CHIKARA ring these days. More, please. ***¼

Challenge of the Immortals
Hallowicked & Frightmare vs. Jakob Hammermeier {BDK} & Soldier Ant

Hallowicked’s team represent The Nightmare Warriors while Hammermeier’s team represents the BDK. Blind Rage is in the Nightmare Warriors corner. Hallowicked controls Hammermeier on the mat. On their feet, things are more even as they trade holds. Hallowicked snapmares Hammermeier into a back kick. Hallowicked wins a double knuckle lock. Hammermeier dropkicks him away, kicks his arm to block a clothesline, then hits one of his own for two. He wants to tag in Soldier Ant, but Soldier Ant does not obey. Hammermeier avoids Frightmare’s interference and bulldogs Hallowicked. Frightmare pummels Hammermeier’s back and brings him to the corner. The Nightmare Warriors attack him in the corner. Hammermeier slips out. Soldier Ant comes in on his own. Frightmare gets in some shots, but Soldier Ant slams him and slaps him in the face. Frightmare comes back with a high crossbody. Hammermeier bling tags in when Soldier Ant muscles Frightmare back to the corner. Soldier Ant resists Hammermeier whipping him into Frightmare. Hammermeier breaks his grasp, sending him into a tandem Go 2 Sleepy Hollow from Frightmare and Hallowicked. Soldier Ant fights them both off by himself, even attacking Blind Rage on the floor. Hallowicked and Frightmare take control on the floor, keeping Soldier Ant confined in the ring once they bring him back inside. They decide to work over his right leg. Soldier Ant flips out of a double suplex. He decides to tag in Hammermeier, reluctantly, but he’s taken down by the Warriors right away, being sent outside with a double clothesline. Rage gives him an overhand chop. Hallowicked lariats Soldier Ant, then blasts him with a yakuza kick. He tries a Rydeen Bomb, but Soldier Ant counters mid-air with a Frankensteiner. He gives Hallowicked the Trench Slam. Frightmare breaks the cover. Soldier Ant dropkicks him to the floor. Hammermeier holds Frightmare, so Soldier Ant goes for a suicide dive. He accidentally lands on Hammermeier. In the ring, Hammermeier Koppu kicks Frightmare. The Colony of Silver Ant and Worker Ant are out. Silver Ant is trying to get Soldier Ant to recognize him while Worker Ant seems to think this may be a bad idea. Fire Ant slides in and salutes him. Silver and Worker follow suit. Soldier Ant grabs his head in anguish right before he’s about to be saluted. The Warriors blind side all of the Ants, sending them out. Hammermeier looks for his haymaker. Hallowicked ducks, and folds up Hammermeier in a schoolboy for the pin at 11:57. This one of one the strongest outings Hammermeier has had in a long while. He held his own in the opening section against Hallowicked, one of the best guys on the roster, and he did a good job portraying his and Soldier Ant’s relationship, especially when he blamed Soldier Ant for the loss after being the one who took the fall. The wrestling was better than I anticipated in general. The Colony story interests me, and I am glad they touched on it because it feels like it’s a story that has been lost in the shuffle of everything else that has been going on. ***

Eddie Kingston vs. Jaka {TWC}

This match stems from the heated scuffle these two got into at “Aniversario” three weeks ago. They throw slaps and fists right at the bell. Kingston chokes Jaka in the corner after knocking him down with a back elbow. Jaka turns things around with chops to the chest, punches to the head, and stomps to the chest. Kingston trips Jaka and gets in some of his own punches. He then lights up Jaka with shotgun chops. Jaka gets his foot up to block a corner attack. He comes off the second rope, but Kingston catches him with a uranage slam. Kingston gutwrenches Jaka into the Doctor Bomb for two. Jaka blocks the Backfist to the Future. He drives Kingston face first into his knee and superkicks Kingston in the back of the head for two. They trade chops before devolving into rapid fire slaps to the face. Jaka headbutts Kingston and Kingston responds with a jumping enzuigiri. He gives Jaka the Backdrop Driver. Jaka gets up. A second Backdrop Driver and the Backfist to the Future only get a two count! Jaka ducks another Backfist. He tosses Kingston with a German suplex and a T’Challa kick. The Jumanji Bomb only gets a two count. Jaka goes for a superkick. Kingston avoids it and nails the Backfist to the Future for the pin at 6:29. That was one heck of a hard hitting sprint. These guys really laid into each other, pretty much having a sanctioned version of their fight from Aniversario. This is the type of wrestling these two do best and pitting them against one another did not disappoint. ***

Flex Rumblecrunch says last time they were in the ring with the Snake Pit, they beat Jaka, but they didn’t beat Max Smashmaster or him. Max says Ophidian has been a thorn in his side for two years. Tonight CHIKARA has handed him a nail and hammer, and tonight he will put the nail through Ophidian’s head, as well as skin him and eat his flesh.

Challenge of the Immortals
Ophidian {OP} & Argus vs. Max Smashmaster {DC} & Flex Rumblecrunch {DC}

Ophidian’s team represents the Snake Pit while Smashmaster’s team represents the Wrecking Crew. Ophidian and Argus start off with tandem suicide dives onto Smashmaster and Rumblecrunch before the bell. Argus chops up Smashmaster while Rumblecrunch sends Ophidian face first into the ring post. Rumblecrunch gets in a few more strikes before bringing Ophidian into the ring. Argus kicks Smasmhmaster in the shoulder. Ophidian sends him into Rumblecrunch with a headscissors. Ophidian drives his knees into Rumblecrunch’s chest once. He looks for a second time but Argus powerbombs Smashmaster into him! Smashmaster and Rumblecrunch bully and pummel Argus while Ophidian recovers. Arugs is able to evade a cannonball senton and tags in Ophidian. Ophidian fights both off, sending Smashmaster to the floor. He dropkicks him through the ropes. He then kicks Rumblecrunch and goes over the top rope into a tornado DDT to Smashmaster on the floor. Ophidian goes up top. Rumblecrunch tosses him off, but Ophidian rolls through and come back with a Duat Driver. Rumblecrunch kicks out of the pin attempt. Ophidian drives his chest into Rumblecrunch’s chest twice. He misses a quebrada. Rumblecrunch sends him outside. Argus wants a German suplex. Smashmaster cuts him off with a Northern lariat. Rumblecrunch tight rope walks into a shoulder tackle onto Argus. Argus kicks out. Smashmaster powerbombs Argus with an assist from Rumblecrunch, but again Argus manages to kick out. Smashmaster misses a Swanton. Ophidian comes in with double knees off the top. Rumblecrunch lariats him inside out. Ophidian bicycle kicks Rumblecrunch into a German suplex from Argus. Rumblecrunch fights out of the bridge. Smashmaster gives Ophidian a tombstone. Argus wants a German suplex on Smashmaster. Smashmaster backs him to the corner to stop the attempt. He climbs the ropes, but Argus punches Smashmaster so that he crotches himself. Rumblecrunch stops Argus from trying a superplex. He takes down Argus with the Razor’s Edge for the pin at 10:56. This was a match I didn’t have high hopes for going in but ended up overachieving. Argus became “the rookie that could”, matching up well with the two giants. He and Ophidian have good chemistry as a tag team, as do Flex and Max (the “B team” moniker is not to be taken too seriously). This was very fun, and I come away from this match a bigger fan of Argus and Flex. ***

Tommaso Ciampa introduces himself as the “Psycho Killer.” He says coming to CHIKARA is something he’s been looking forward to quite some time. However, once he met the fans and wrestlers, he realized CHIKARA is a place with luchadores and fun. He doesn’t wrestle for fun, he does it for money and that’s how he intends to keep it. He doesn’t play the “all ages” game either. He plans to revolutionize what the company stands for, starting tonight with Dasher Hatfield.

Dasher Hatfield {T} vs. Tommaso Ciampa

Ciampa immediately hits the floor when the bell rings. Hatfield cleanly breaks a lock up in the corner. Ciampa tries a cheap shot, but Hatfield ducks and holds onto a side headlock. Ciampa tries shooting Hatfield on, but Hatfield holds onto a tight grip. Ciampa pulls him by the mask and takes him to the corner. Ciampa drives a knee into Hatfield’s mid-section. He whips him into the corner. Hatfield sends Ciampa to the apron. Ciampa forearms him. He tries a shoulder block. Hatfield grasps him by the head and pulls him back into the ring in a headlock. Ciampa twists Hatfield’s fingers to break free, then gives him a belly-to-back suplex. Ciampa stomps on his hand before snapmaring Hatfield into a top wristlock. He stomps Hatfield’s elbow and hand into the canvas. He snaps Hatfield’s arm across his shoulder. Hatfield backslides Ciampa for a two count. Ciampa leapfrogs over Hatfield, so Hatfield smacks him in the buttocks. Ciampa charges. Hatfield snaps off two armdrags and a double wrist clutch drag to send Ciampa to the floor. Hatfield follows with a suicide dive. In the ring Ciampa and Hatfield play tug of war over an invisible baseball bat. Hatfield drop toe holds Ciampa into the corner. As he rounds the bases, Ciampa cuts him off with a running forearm. He exposes his right knee cap. After some chops, Ciampa drives his exposed knee into Hatfield’s face thrice. Hatfield rolls to the floor. Ciampa sends him face first into the apron. Hatfield fights back with some punches. I personally fail to assist Hatfield with a whip, as Ciampa cuts Hatfield off with a boot to the face. Back in the ring, Ciampa pummels Hatfield down in the corner. Hatfield jumps to the second rope. He cuts off Ciampa with a sunset flip, then schoolboys him for two. Hatfield throws some jabs to the stomach. Ciampa hangs up Hatfield on the top rope for a Complete Shot and a two count. He puts on a chinlock. Hatfield elbows his way free. Ciampa shoves him down, then puts on a sleeper hold. Hatfield puts Ciampa on his back, then drops down onto the canvas. Hatfield spins him out into a Cyclone neckbreaker. He baseball slides into Ciampa for two. He calls for the Jackhammer. Ciampa escapes and drives his knee into Hatfield’s face. Hatfield places Ciampa on the top rope. After an underhand chop, he brings Ciampa down with the Jackhammer for two. They take the fight to the ring apron where Ciampa drops him with an Air Raid Crash! Mr. Touchdown is out to encourage Hatfield to get back in the ring. As soon as Hatfield gets in the ring, Ciampa blasts him in the face with a running knee strike. Hatfield kicks out. Ciampa lariats him for another two count. Ciampa chops Hatfield after placing him on the top rope. He lands a super Air Raid Crash! Hatfield kicks out! Ciampa is not happy. Ciampa goes to pick Hatfield up. Hatfield small packages him for the surprise pin at 18:24. This was a great match with high stakes for both competitors. Hatfield had a title shot in his back pocket and would lose it if Ciampa won, while Ciampa wanted to win in his debut and validate his pre-match decree to change CHIKARA. They played their roles to perfection and the crowd was really into it. Ciampa really made a mark by putting on an exciting, sporting contest and should be brought in again. Hatfield continues to be one of the best wrestlers on the roster, proving himself against someone as highly respected as Ciampa. ***½

The Chicago crowd beings a “one more match” chant. Gavin Loudspeaker makes a call and CHIKARA obliges! We now have a bonus main event with Challenge of the Immortals implications.

Challenge of the Immortals
Jervis Cottonbelly, El Hijo del Ice Cream {IC} & Ice Cream Jr. {IC} vs. Juan Francisco de Coronado, The Proletariat Boar of Moldova {BP} & Prakash Sabar {BP}

Cottonbelly’s team represents Crown & Court while Coronado’s team represents The United Nations. Hijo sings “Real American” as he and Coronado lock-up. Coronado pulls him by his cone to the corner. He whips him across the ring but Hijo goes up and over. He monkey flips Coronado for multiple one counts. He monkey flips Coronado once more. Coronado gets pinched in the buttocks after avoiding a corner attack. Hijo sends him face first into the canvas and lands a running hip attack. He pulls a golf club and golf ball out from under the apron. Jr. distracts referee Bryce Remsburg. Hijo wants to hit the ball out of Coronado’s belly button, but Coronado rolls away. After some showboating from Jr., Sabar gives him a variety of armdrags. After a leg lariat he goes for the Bronco Buster. Like the tag match from earlier, Coronado cuts him off. Boar easily wins a test of strength with Cottonbelly. Cottonbelly kicks his arms away, so Boar jabs him in the throat. Cottonbelly dropkicks him, then rock-a-bye’s Boar into a side slam. Cottonbelly teases a dive. Boar avoids it, so Cottonbelly stops and then comes off the apron with a crossbody. Coronado dropkicks Hijo face first into the corner. The United Nations cut him off and beat him down for awhile. Cottonbelly tries coming in, but is intercepted and tossed out. Hijo is able to kick all of the United Nations from the corner, pinch Coronado’s buttocks, and tag in Cottonbelly. Cottonbelly disposes of the Bloc Party and points at Coronado Hogan style. He offers Coronado a free punch. Cottonbelly ducks and airplane spins Coronado, knocking down Boar and Sabar when they charge. He sends Boar and Coronado head first into one another. Cottonbelly runs the ropes into a Frankensteiner on Boar. Sabar spin kicks Cottonbelly. Boar gives him a FameAsser. Hijo kicks Sabar to break the pin. Coronado German suplexes Hijo. Jr. breaks the cover. Boar misses a Gore on Jr. and hits the floor. Jr. backdrops Coronado onto him. With nobody to stop him, Sabar looks for a Bronco Buster on Cottonbelly. He misses and Cottonbelly puts him in a grapevined ankle lock. Sabar taps out at 11:32. The crowd ate this up but it was mostly six guys goofing off. Mileage will definitely vary on this one. **

Challenge of the Immortals Leaderboard
The Nightmare Warriors: 5 Points
The Wrecking Crew: 5 Points
Dasher’s Dugout: 3 Points
The BDK: 3 Points
The United Nations: 3 Points
Battle Hive: 3 Points
The Arcane Horde: 2 Points
The Gentleman’s Club: 2 Points
The Snake Pit: 2 Points
Crown & Court: 2 Points

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