View Full Version : how to steal fighters.
04-15-2009, 01:05 PM
Hey i've been reading and seen a few posts about stealing fighters, or stealing any fighters... i recently go the game, but it doesn't appear to me that you can steal any fighter.... some of the ufc fighters say its block by the promotion? just wondering... i would make sence if that fighter has a certain type of contract.... by the way i've converted MW4 to wmma 2...
04-15-2009, 01:20 PM
From the help files, you really should read them.
Contracts are an important part of the game as they are what ties characters to a specific company. The basics of contract management are quite simple.
There are three types of contract; Exclusive, Standard and Associate. Each has a specific set of advantages and disadvantages. It is also worth noting that fighters and non-fighters have different contracts; they are almost identical except that non-fighters do not have to specify anything to do with matches or match-related bonuses.
Exclusive: These contracts mean that the character cannot work for anyone else or walk out on the company. The advantage is that the company does not have to worry about the character working elsewhere, the disadvantage is that the pay will usually need to be higher than the other types.
Standard: This contract means that the character cannot walk out on the company until the deal is complete, but can work elsewhere – albeit only on an Associate deal. The advantages are that the company knows the fighter will not walk out on the deal and also does not have to pay as much as it would for an Exclusive deal, but the disadvantage is that the character may work for other companies and so be unavailable sometimes.
Associate: This is the weakest type of contract; either the company or character can end it at any point without any problems. The advantage is that it is the cheapest type of contract, but the disadvantage is that it offers little in the way of security.
With every type of contract, the character is said to be “on the market” when he enters the final month of the deal or has only one fight remaining. This means that he is free to talk to any company that wishes to negotiate with him, although (with Exclusive or Standard deals) even if he signs for another company he cannot leave his current employers until the deal expires.
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