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CornellVerse 2020: New Legacies


Release: Early 2020

A mod made by Steven James, New Legacies covers what the CornellVerse might be like in 2020. Full of shocking events, the mod features interesting scenarios. Five workers have left Japan to work for TCW. COTT's success has started rumors of international expansion. The SoCal Wars have erupted on the west coast. Japan is recovering from the 2016 tsunami. Multiple small companies are beginning to grow to challenge the top promotions. It's 2020, and as the old stars retire, new legends are born.

Last month in November 2018, I began working on a CornellVerse 2020 mod for TEW 2016. I had long thought about doing a mod for it, and I always thought the next TEW game would be set in 2020. A little over a month into my work on the mod, TEW 2020 was announced, so I changed the name to the Alternate CornellVerse 2020 database. Originally, I intended to make it a personal mod, but I've recently decided to release it. While I can't yet determine a release data, I do hope to get it released around the release of TEW 2020, as I intend to make it available for that game, and this could also be a nice mod for TEW 2016 players to play until they can get TEW 2020.

While a large amount of minor things must be done, I've completed editing of all promotions and their rosters. I've edited their title histories, their HOF's (except the individual points), and I've added some injuries, along with current injuries. I've added two excursions and edited the HOI points of certain workers in major companies. I've made some narratives, and have set certain promotions to open.

This thread will cover changes to the mod, changes made so far, and will continue until it's released. Following release, a number of updates will occur. Testing hasn't begun yet, but I hope to begin it within the next 6 months.


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Promotions & Alliances

*Page 1: CGC, ACPW, 4C, UCW, NOTBPW, NCWF, LCW
*Page 2: CZCW, NYCW, MAW, FCW, The SoCal Wars, PSW, AAA
*Page 3: QAW, COTT, USPW, SWF, TCW, RIPW, USWF, CCW
*Page 4: CILL, EMLL, FFLL, OLLIE, WAM, SOTBPW, MWF, UKCW, SNP, TRW, EPW
*Page 5: 21CW, EWA, UEW, VWA, TIER 1, SAISHO, WEXXV, EX2010, 5SSW, WCW
*Page 6: BCG, GCG, WLW, PGHW, BHOTWG, SJPW, APW, WOF
*Page 7: ZEN, MWF, RAW, DIW, PCW

Accolades, Accomplishments, & Rankings

*Page 7: 2016 EOY, 2017 EOY, 2018 EOY, 2019 EOY, HOI and HOF's, Mask & Hair History
*Page 8: Triple Crown Winners, Grand Slam Winners
*Page 10: Company Wars

Stables

*Page 8: All Canadian Professionals/All Canadians, Army of Hardcore, The Texas Outlaws, Lords of the Ring
*Page 9: The New Zealand Zodiacs, The Original ZEN
*Page 11: Coastal Zone, Tres Phoenix
*Page 12: Destruction

Future Legends

*Page 8: Matthew Keith, George Wolfe, Hiro Gakusha, Gino Montero, Sayeed Ali, TITAN Factory Graduates, Brendon Holmes, Cody Datsun, Daniel McWade
*Page 9: Bulldozer Brandon Smith, Paolo Gandalfini, Ricky Storm, El Mitico Jr, Frankie Dee, Spencer Spade, Scythe, Ray Scott, Elemental IV, Buddy Garner Jr, Andrew Harper, Queen Amazon
*Page 10: Rina Kasahara, Hammer Hadley, Sterling Whitlock, Trent Cornell, Jack Diamond, Sharon Gallagher, Dean Waterman
*Page 11: Greg Gauge, Aaron Andrews

Legends Of The Past

*Page 11: Tadiyuki Kikkawa, Jack Bruce, Duane Stone, Mean Jean Cattley, Yoshimi Musashibo
*Page 12: Engyma

The Young Lions

*Page 12: Rocky Weatherfield

Teams of the Future

*Page 11: The Dynamite Express

Misc.

*Page 7: Cancelled Plans
*Page 10: COTT: The Rebirth of Tradition, SWF Brand Split, Family Dynasties, Starting Injuries, Starting Excursions


*Link To Release Thread: TBA

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Canadian Golden Combat

Canadian Golden Combat are the DeColt family's company and was one of the traditional 'big two' in Canada. From day one the promotion had been built around the heroic babyfaces of the DeColt family and their struggles with various heel factions who come to fight against them. It was a simple formula but one that worked.

CGC founder and mastermind George DeColt finally retired from the business in 2009, allowing his son Alex to take control. Unfortunately the pressures of being in charge seem to have brought out the worst in him, and fans noticed a drop-off in quality since Alex decided to take over the booking too.

In 2018, Ricky DeColt left CGC and went to NOTBPW after an argument with Alex over booking the company. Seeing that CGC may die, Alex handed over booking to brother Jack DeColt, who has been forced to push other people, as he's getting ready to retire. Whether Jack can save CGC has yet to be seen.

This post lists all changes I've made to Canadian Golden Combat. Continuing to die a slow and painful death, CGC are now on the verge of dropping to regional. They now have $1,000,000 and aren't looking very good. In 2018, brother Ricky DeColt had a major argument with Alex over the booking of the company. Believing younger stars like Christian Price and Antonio were the future of the company, DeColt said that fans were getting smarter and were starting to revolt against the DeColt supremacy. To prove this, he pointed out how when DaLay beat Price in 2016 to become the #1 contender, then beat Jack for the belt, fans booed throughout Jack and Dan's entire match. Alex didn't believe this, and Ricky left the company, heading to NOTBPW where he now teams with brother Steve.

Once Ricky left, Jack, who was livid with Ricky for abandoning the family company, convinced Alex that Ricky could have a point about pushing other people. Jack was given the booking spot, and as he prepares to retire, he's been pushing guys like Christian Price, and Antonio, but CGC have lost Donte Dunn and Gargantuan, while Dan DaLay and The New Soldiers of Fortune have retired. They've hired Ant-Man, but he isn't happy about his superhero gimmick. Now, workers like Price, Antonio, Ant-Man, The Montreal Mafia, and others are threatening to leave if Jack shows more of his egotistical DeColt supremacy. Is it to late to save CGC, or can Jack bring the company back to life.

George DeColt died in August 2019, and the first George DeColt Memorial Tournament will be held at this year's first day of the DeColt WrestleFestival.
CGC World Champion: Christian Price (since April 2019)
CGC World Tag Team Champions: The Montreal Mafia (since March 2019)
CGC Canadian Champion: Robin DaLay (since December 2019)

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All Canada Pro Wrestling


Formed in August 2009, All Canada Pro Wrestling were a small promotion who hoped to emulate 4C's success in giving fans an alternative to the NOTBPW \ CGC powerhouse combination that dominates the Canadian wrestling scene.

ACPW's hook was that they focus entirely on smaller athletes, utilising a 230lb weight limit on their roster. As a result of this the promotion almost entirely featured fast-paced exciting matches with an emphasis on showcasing the work-rate and dedication of their wrestlers.

This formula didn't work forever, and in June 2017, ACPW closed their doors, with the promotion being sold to 4C. Their workers scattered across the world, with most going to 4C, but some also went to SAISHO, CGC, NOTBPW, NYCW, CZCW, and the Canadian Indie circuit.


Following a lot of money problems, All Canada Pro Wrestling closed. Owner Daedalus Buchinsky wasn't able to keep the promotion open forever without going bankrupt himself, so he told his workers the promotion would be closed in June 2017. They began looking for work elsewhere, and by the time the company died, they'd found new jobs.


Going to 4C: Canadian Dragon, Dagger, Devyn Reynaud, Face Nelson, Jamie Atherton, Kamikaze, Marcel LeFleur, Mimic
Going to NOTBPW: Gram Gorman, Grimm Quibble, Jay Becker, Mario da Silva, Princeton Pryce
Going to SAISHO: Jayson Van Pelt, Katoh Freak, Little Dragon, Marcel LeFleur
Going to Canadian Indie Circuit: Heather B, Tony Marsh, Sky King, Malik Cash
Going to CZCW: Reggie Bishop, Topher Smith
Going to Japanese Indie Circuit: Shiva
Going to Mexican Indie Circuit: Diablo Duvak
Going to CGC: Ant-Man
Going to NYCW: Royce Greig

A stable of former ACPW workers have been made in 4C and SAISHO, with both being headed by Marcel LeFleur. Mario da Silva has become an MMA fighter.

Final Champions
ACPW Junior Heavyweight Champion: Ant-Man
ACPW Canadian Regional Champion: Marcel LeFleur
ACPW Tag Team Champions: Mimic and Dagger

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I always love some fictional CV mods, looking forward to this
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I've been doing a 2018 C-verse mod, it'll be interesting to see what similarities ours have, although by sounds of it they might be quite different!
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I've been doing a 2018 C-verse mod, it'll be interesting to see what similarities ours have, although by sounds of it they might be quite different!
I'd certainly be interested in playing your mod. How far along is it? Mine's only almost two months old, with the testing phase still a bit of a ways off.
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I'd certainly be interested in playing your mod. How far along is it? Mine's only almost two months old, with the testing phase still a bit of a ways off.
http://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum...d.php?t=542616

Sorted USA, Canada, Mexico and Japan. Working on Great Britain now, already added about 43 new workers for Britain and done what I think will be the most time consuming part of it. It's taking a while but it's getting there

It's going to be annoying as I am leaving the updated individual companies HOF's until last as I know that'll take ages and be very boring haha.

Annoying TEW 2020 got announced whilst working on it, but I can always update it to 2021 at some point, never a bad thing to have multiple mod options!
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http://www.greydogsoftware.com/forum...d.php?t=542616

Sorted USA, Canada, Mexico and Japan. Working on Great Britain now, already added about 43 new workers for Britain and done what I think will be the most time consuming part of it. It's taking a while but it's getting there

It's going to be annoying as I am leaving the updated individual companies HOF's until last as I know that'll take ages and be very boring haha.

Annoying TEW 2020 got announced whilst working on it, but I can always update it to 2021 at some point, never a bad thing to have multiple mod options!
It looks good. I like the scenarios in it.

I had planned some things to occur in my mod if TEW 2020 was announced, so I watched the developer's journal as I was making my mod. Was somewhat disappointed when I learned that the rest of Latin America hadn't been added, as I planned to make SOTBPW expand into Central and South America, and America, so they would basically be responsible for an increase in wrestling popularity in Latin America. Still, with India being added and Australia being renamed to Oceania, I'll have some interesting things I'll try to add. Currently looking around for renders of certain things, like masked luchadoras, so I can use them in a luchadora company. Right now though I'm planning to just use a combination of OLLIE, QAW, and CILL women along with some unemployed women.
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Canadian Charisma Championship Combat


The company with the most unwieldly name in world wrestling, Canadian Charisma Championship Combat are the alternative to the more established NOTBPW and CGC promotions. Nobody outside of the company's hardcore fan base expected them to last very long when they were formed but they have proven everybody wrong by not only surviving, but thriving.

Their roster is comprised of a combination of exciting, unproven young talent and more experienced workers who have been overlooked or mis-used by bigger promotions. The result is a roster of workers who are hungry for success and this can easily be seen in 4C's fast-paced, physically demanding matches.

In June 2017, ACPW closed and sold itself to 4C, and many of the workers went to 4C. 4C's popularity and starpower grew, and in December 2018 they left COTT. They look to be ready to challenge CGC and NOTBPW within the next few years.

4C has managed to grow quite a bit. They were dominating the regional scene and ACPW couldn't keep up, resulting in ACPW selling out to 4C. 4C picked up who they wanted, and let go of the rest. They are now on the verge of hitting cult size, and have a TV and events deal. Following the buying of ACPW, former ACPW booker Face Nelson was given he job in 4C, after owner Troy Winner decided he'd be better than Too Hot for the job. This has made some tension between Nelson and Too Hot.

Aside from the new ACPW alumni, 4C have added some of their Combat Academy graduates. They've lost some people to NOTBPW, such as Thunder & Lightning. Frankie Dee and Sayeed Ali work for more companies than 4C.
In December 2018, 4C made the decision to leave the COTT alliance, and they made an agreement with Sam Keith that no COTT company would be hostile towards 4C as a result of them leaving the alliance. They've only grown since leaving, and are now ready to challenge the dying CGC.

4C Champion: Marcel LeFleur (since July 2019)
4C Hardcore Champion: Rajah (since December 2019)
4C Tag Team Champion: Too Hot and TJ Bailey (since July 2019)

A stable of ACPW alumni was made in July 2017, with the angle being that they were invading the company. It is headed by Marcel LeFleur, and other members include Face Nelson, Devyn Reynaud, Dagger, and Mimic.

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It looks good. I like the scenarios in it.

I had planned some things to occur in my mod if TEW 2020 was announced, so I watched the developer's journal as I was making my mod. Was somewhat disappointed when I learned that the rest of Latin America hadn't been added, as I planned to make SOTBPW expand into Central and South America, and America, so they would basically be responsible for an increase in wrestling popularity in Latin America. Still, with India being added and Australia being renamed to Oceania, I'll have some interesting things I'll try to add. Currently looking around for renders of certain things, like masked luchadoras, so I can use them in a luchadora company. Right now though I'm planning to just use a combination of OLLIE, QAW, and CILL women along with some unemployed women.
Yeah a luchadora company is something I will either be adding when I have released, or at least something I will add if I do a 2021 or something mod when the new game comes out.

doing mods gets your creative juices flowing, I have already wrote down a few interesting things that I can see happening in the years after the mod is released lol
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Ultimate Championship Wrestling


Ultimate Championship Wrestling are a hardcore company running out of Ontario who want to bring a new revolution of violence to Canadian fans. Created by R.K. Hayes, it blends the no-frills hardcore mindset with the devil-may-care attitude that comes with the more modern cutting edge style.

UCW hope to create a cult-like buzz for themselves that will allow them to take the fight to NOTBPW, CGC, and co. They've already hired Sayeed Ali, who also works for 4C and American hardcore company PSW.

In TEW 2016, UCW is a promotion that is set to open at a random date. I decided to have it open in November 2019, only two months before the game begins. It retains it's default stats, and the owner is RK. Hayes, while the booker is referee David Poker. It's star is Sayeed Ali, who's become known in PSW after expanding his employers from 4C, who he still works for. They have teams like Death Row, former NOTBPW Tag Champions Harlem & Haynes, and guys like Jerry Martin, Sterling Whitlock, and Philippe LaGrenier.

UCW Ultimate Champion: Sayeed Ali (Since December 2019)
UCW Hardcore Champion: Jerry Martin (Since December 2019)
UCW Tag Team Champions: Death Row (Since December 2019)

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North Of The Border Pro Wrestling


North Of The Border Pro Wrestling is the Stone family's company and has been the biggest promotion in Canada since the late 1980s. Their success has been down to a simple combination; great workers being given time to have great matches. They are beloved in Canada but often derided by US fans for being 'soulless'.

NOTBPW's founder Dan Stone retired in 2011, handing over the reins of power to Jeremy Stone, with his daughter Victoria Stone continuing as head booker, a role she has excelled in. Victoria has been responsible for the hiring of several workers such as Hugh de Aske and Alicia Strong, and they now have two DeColt's in the promotion. They have a roster full of old veterans who can still fight and young wrestlers looking to prove themselves.

They've recently started a working agreement with AAA and TCW. They also have gotten broadcast deals in Japan. With the promotion in good hands, NOTBPW's future continues to look bright.


North Of The Border Pro Wrestling's popularity has grown. They have 90% popularity across Canada, and have 15% popularity across Japan. They have deals with J-Network East 3 for TV and events.

NOTBPW managed to steal Alicia Strong from USPW. They also have a number of workers, including Hugh de Aske and Jay Becker. They have some AAA women on PPA deals.

Lee Bennett and The Natural have retired and are road agents for the company. Craig Prince left the company in 2019 to become a road agent for GCG. Following Lee Bennett's retirement, Team Toronto was inducted into the Hall of Immortals.


NOTBPW Canadian Champion: Ricky DeColt (since December 2019)
Ed Henson Memorial Tag Team Cup Winners: Alexander Robinson & Lee Bennett (2016), Steve DeColt & Johnny Bloodstone (2017), Tim Westybrook & Mighty Cavanagh (2018), Steve DeColt & Ricky DeColt (2019)
NOTBPW Television Champion: Hugh de Aske (since July 2019)
NOTBPW Women's Champion: Amber Allen (since June 2019)
NOTBPW Tag Team Champions: Steve DeColt & Ricky DeColt (since April 2019)
NOTBPW Womens Tag Team Champions: Alicia Strong & Amber Allen (since December 2018)

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New Canadian Wrestling Federation


New Canadian Wrestling Federation is a company founded by Canadian legend Ed Monton. Using a product very similar to the old Canadian Wrestling Federation of the 1980s, the company is off to a good start. Monton used his own money, plus investors money to get it up, and using old fans memories of the old CWF, the company has a decent starting fanbase as well. Monton talked with MAW owner Sam Keith and his company is also in the COTT alliance, giving the alliance a boost in prestige.


The New Canadian Wrestling Federation is a company set to open in Canada in November 2020. Founded by Canadian veteran Ed Monton, the company intends to be a new form of the old CWF. They'll start at a regional size, with 45% popularity in their home region of Ontario, with 30% popularity everywhere else in Canada. They'll have $1,000,000 in their account, so they'll start off well.

They use a product called "New Canadian Traditional". This product is similar to CWF's product, and it includes the following:

Key Feature: Traditional
Heavy: Realism & Pure
Medium: Mainstream

It will have faces and heels. High risk moves won't be allowed, and matches are to be called in the ring.

LimeStone City Wrestling


LimeStone City Wrestling is a small wrestling promotion based in Kingston, Ontario. The promotion loves it's city, and hosts all of it's shows there. Using a modern, high flying style, the company could make this product of wrestling popular across Canada if it were to expand. For now though, it's giving the citizens of Kingston fast paced wrestling it enjoys.


Based in Kingston, Ontario, LCW is a local sized promotion, with 8% popularity in Ontario. They start with $100,000 and have no founder set. Unlike NCWF, they aren't set to open at a particular date. They use a product called "Limestone City Style", which is focused on a large amount of high flying.

Key Feature: Modern
Medium: Daredevil
Low: Cult

They don't use a heel/face system, and all matches are to be called in the ring.

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Interesting read, I usually like to get to know the universe inside a watcher save though, will be interesting.

I have a teenie, tiny request for you to consider, you can obviously ignore it and I will do it on my personal save anyways, but I always found the names “North/South of the Border Pro Wrestling” ridiculous and quite frankly stupid, as they make no sense.
Two of the biggest wrestling communities in the world, with tradition that goes 80+ years back, and you’re telling me their names are centered around the US?
Why on earth will a Canadian and Mexican have their names based on America?

So, if my rant sounds good to you, I’d suggest a rebrand for both companies, something that focuses on Canada and Mexico and not the US.
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Interesting read, I usually like to get to know the universe inside a watcher save though, will be interesting.

I have a teenie, tiny request for you to consider, you can obviously ignore it and I will do it on my personal save anyways, but I always found the names “North/South of the Border Pro Wrestling” ridiculous and quite frankly stupid, as they make no sense.
Two of the biggest wrestling communities in the world, with tradition that goes 80+ years back, and you’re telling me their names are centered around the US?
Why on earth will a Canadian and Mexican have their names based on America?

So, if my rant sounds good to you, I’d suggest a rebrand for both companies, something that focuses on Canada and Mexico and not the US.
You know, I only put it together a few months ago that both company's were just "north/south of the border" and thought the same thing lol
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