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Old 09-03-2009, 10:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default WWF 1999 - Millenial Armageddon

I posted Superbrawl over a month ago, so The Trio Ownership is indeed finished. With that said, it is time for a project that I have wanted to do for years, so I'll just jump right into it...





Throughout the 1990s, one topic, one fear, was always on peoples mind: the year 2000 and the new millennium. For some, it was a promising event of new technology and a new era of human life; for many, a constant reminder of the end of human life as we know it. The year 2000 was the Apocalypse, the End Times. Whether it was the Y2K crisis that would systematically cause glitches in computer, causing the banks, stock markets, clocks, and everything any paranoid person could think of, Y2K was real, and it was the end. For others, especially religious fanatics, namely Christian Fundamentalists, 2000 would see the rise of the Anti-Christ, creating rapture, famine, plagues, natural disasters, and death to millions, billions, of people. The Second Coming of Christ would save them after 7 years of the Anti-Christ’s, and Christ would destroy all evil. His devoted followers would join Him in eternal paradise, while all non-believers would be left to eternally suffer in the pit of fire. However, while many believed that Armageddon would come in the year 2000, and they could stockpile supplies and try and live it out, others craved the end of the world. Extremist groups who thought they were doing God’s work yearned for Armageddon, and if He needed it, they would incite the acts of violence to cause a world war that would wipe out all of His mortal enemies on Earth.

For some extremist groups, it was murdering Jews, Muslims, African-Americans, and/or gays. The desire was to initiate a holy racial war that would help spur End Times. Buford O. Furrow Jr. shot up a Los Angeles Jewish day care center in August 1999; Ben Smith killed 2 and injured 10 minorities on the July 4th weekend in 99 throughout Indiana and Indianapolis; John William King dragged a black man, James Byrd Jr., to death in Texas. All fanatics hoped to start the imminent race war. Other right-wing extremist groups, believed that the United States federal government was an arm of Satan himself, the Devil in disguise. Others thought it was only a matter of time until the United Nations would overtake the world in a socialist One World Government/New World Order regime. A battle of the UN and Christian martyrs would take place to create Armageddon.

Whether it was through interpretations of the Bible’s scripture, William Pierce’s novel The Turner Diaries, or God Himself speaking to a loyal follower, the message was clear: the year 2000 would be the start of the Armageddon. Now was the time to stand up in the name of Him, and fight for Him to create the Armageddon.





…Little did we know that while extreme right-wing cults were formulating the Armageddon of the world in the name of God, one cult’s mission was to incite Armageddon on a lesser scale. Their crusade: create and cause Armageddon in Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Federation. Their leader, unlike famous cult leaders of the past such as Jim Jones, Charles Manson, David Koresh, or even Osama Bin Laden, he doesn’t take orders from above: his Higher Power is Satan Himself, and The Undertaker will be the death of Vince McMahon.

Welcome to the World Wrestling Federation. The year is 1999, and this is the story of the Ministry of Darkness.
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Old 09-03-2009, 10:50 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Good to see this bad boy finally up. 1999 was a fantastic year in WWF/E history and I can't wait to see what you do with the WWF, and of course the Ministry of Darkness. I expect a lot of unpredictable booking, swerves, shocks and turns.

Not that you need it, but good luck. LONG LIVE THE ATTITUDE ERA!~
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Old 09-03-2009, 10:50 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Well it's certainly a different route I'll give you that but doesn't it all seem a little deep? I mean, after all (and I know you are relating real-world events to the Ministry) but at the end of the day in the grand scheme of things it is a wrestling company. Nevertheless I wish you the best of luck and I hope to see Mankind hold the WWF Title for more then just a month or two.
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:07 AM   #4 (permalink)
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First of all, it's good to see you back with a new BTB, after the death of TTO. 20000000000% of me knows that you can indeed deliver, and I can't wait to see what you have in store, this could easily become the best BTB out there, since I expect shocking twists to occur with the Ministry of Darkness.

Good luck, I'll be reading .
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:27 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Oshit, Szumi's back. Yay. Let's see an attitude Era thread done right for once. Good luck with this, man.
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:57 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Get this show on the road. Been waiting for the 'You know what' angle to be broadcast to all of BTB for such a long time, so I'm dying to see it unfold.
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Old 09-03-2009, 11:59 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Good to see you back, Szumi. I didn't think you'd come back so soon after TTO ended, but it looks like everything's planned very well for this, and by your standards, this should excel.

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Old 09-03-2009, 10:49 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Yea man, I never really got a chance to read TTO, because when I first started being semi-active in this section, you were already in the hundred's in terms of pages, so I wouldn't be able to catch up...but I'm glad I get to witness the start of the next project, that I hope will be bigger than the last. My one question is does this project have an end time, like TTO had? Anyways, I can't wait to read, man! You can expect feedback for every show!
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Holy Shit Szumes is back!

I was also wondeing if this one has a SET end like TTO, and I didnt really follow it as I had many Hiatus's but I still thought your show was always one of the best, and I loved Superbrawl. lol

Good luck Szumes
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Well well well, this is Szumi eh fkin crazy booker gotta say I am so happy that a certified amazing Booker is doing a Attitude Era BTB because now I get to relive the Attitude Era, and even greater this looks like it is going to be based on the Ministry of Darkness, I was such a big fan of the MOD I loved 'Taker back then with his goatee and all, I really look forward to this I am so reading this when I get the time since school is starting
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