I'm pretty sure a downloaded superstar from Community Creations will do the job, either works I'd imagine.
Just gearing up for the 19th WrestleMania of my Universe mode - WrestleMania Finland! (They always come from a randomly decided upon country, based off of the 44 flags in the game )
Tribute to the Troops 19 is the February event beforehand and will help shape some of the card, however it's mostly gonna look something like this:
WWE Championship - Nick Lynx vs. Brad Maddox Commissioner Nick Lynx (my CAW) has been WWE Champion for a combined near 2 years in the Universe, an unheard of feat that was only broken by a 5 day title reign Bobby Roode had in May of last year. He's beaten everyone there is to beat and has been a dominant Commissioner/Champion with his army of monsters The Bank backing him up (Kane, Tensai, Khali, Swagger). Young rookie Brad Maddox has won the Rumble and chosen to face Lynx in undoubtedly the biggest match of his life.
WCW Championship - Mark Henry defends against someone to be decided Last May at Cyber Sunday it was Shawn Michaels prevailing to win his first world title - the WCW Championship. However he was crushed and defeated the very next night by Mark Henry. Since then Hall of Pain has grown and grown and grown - with entrants including HBK, CM Punk, Triple H, Goldberg, Bret Hart and others. The amount of contenders left on Nitro is a short list, Commissioner Lynx will have to arrange something at Tribute to the Troops to find a worthy opponent for the monstrous Texan.
ECW Championship - Austin Aries vs. Kota Ibushi Kota Ibushi burst on the scene in a huge way in the summer of year 18, beating Sting for the ECW Title and ushering in a new era of ECW. It finally became recognised as a major show and the belt was granted World Title status. Kota had several great defences under his belt, including a stunning win over Aries in September at WCW Starrcade Australia. Kota would shock the world in December at Clash of the Champions when he would defeat Lynx and Henry and win the yearly held Match of Champions. However the very next month in a Four-Way Ladder match also featuring Tajiri and Justin Gabriel, it all came crashing down when Aries took the belt. The score will be settled in Finland.
Undertaker vs. Sting If I win this match as Sting then I should get an achievement so that's why it's here
Intercontinental Championship, Hell in a Cell, "Do or Die" - The Great Khali vs. Rikishi Bank member Great Khali is in his third reign as Intercontinental Champion and has had Rikishi's number in high profile match settings at both Clash of the Champions and King of the Ring XVIII, Rikishi though remains the top contender to the gold and will get one last shot at the belt. If The Big Kish loses however, he gets drafted to what Nick Lynx incorrectly considers his "wasteland", ECW.
Cruiserweight Championship Open Newly crowned champion Benson Scorpio (my friend's CAW) has had a rough year. His feud with Nick Lynx over the WWE Title was a legendary one but when all was said and done Lynx defeated Scorpio last summer at Night of Champions in the I Quit match, banishing Scorpio to ECW and guaranteeing him no further shots at the WWE Championship he once so proudly held. Lynx made sure Scorpio would start at the very bottom of ECW and after months of hard work, he captured the Cruiserweight Title from AJ Styles last month at the Royal Rumble, stopping AJ from achieving a full year as champion. Lynx is determined to have his former tag team partner and best friend go through trial by fire as CW champion and will have to face five other men in an elimination match in Finland! AJ Styles, Seth Rollins, El Generico, X-Pac and Jigsaw are lined up to challenge!
WWE Tag Team Championship - Law and Order vs. Beer Money Law and Order (David Otunga & Hunico) won the yearly Tag Wars tournament in December and despite being ECW stars used a loophole to cash in their title shot at Smackdown's WWE Tag Team Titles. They defeated Primo and Epico for the gold that night and will now defend against the division's current top team - Storm and Roode.
No idea why I wrote all that out, got a little bit carried away Universe mode is too fun.
^Alterations in the frequency of AI reversal rates can be blamed on that.
Forgot to point out that the match with Bret and Taker at SummerSlam felt like a very rewarding, epic Final Boss battle in an adventure game. Was even more appropriate when I replayed it with this music:
quick question guys, when the achievment says "custom" superstar does that include a downloaded custom superstar (From cumminty creations) or does it HAVE to be one that i have created to get the achievments ? dont wanna start universe mode with a character that i have downloaded from comminity if im not gonna get the achievments
it has to be one that you created. i tried it with a rhino that i DLed off of CC and it didn't work, so i used a creation i made and it worked.
The PPV matches mainly get played. TV matches all get simmed or quickly rigged (there's two of us so two controllers) if there's likely to be any good angles. Bare in mind it's 19 years in total from when WWE '12 came out.