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The Austrailian Mudslide is Back.

Sat Apr 21, 2018 6:20 am by Softsquad

Granted that most of you won't know me or remember me, but I've had a few matches here and there some time ago. Well I think its time to become a regular around here and try to have some fun again, but at the same time keep coming back. Anyway I think its time to jump into some matches with Zoe Taylor, my mud wrestling character from Australia and get her back into the squared circle. Furthermore I will update my characters as I think some proper changes need to happen.

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Hello everyone, I just wanted to inform all I have threads with that I will be gone from this coming Wednesday through Sunday. I won't be able to post consistently if at all during this time, but I will try to make up for it next week! I am sorry for the inconvenience to everyone.

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Yi Lan

Post by Daaharu on Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:40 am

[size=200:2xfjxu4i]Yi Lan

Age: 22
Eyes: Grey
Hair: Ash Blonde
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 124 lbs.
Nationality: Chinese


Fighting Style:
Lan is a pure brawler, preferring to use her fists and triumph over her opponents thanks to brute force, though she has taught herself how to execute a number of submission moves, and will use them when she sees a chance to make her opponent scream. Despite her quiet nature, she is quite brutal, and does not always know when to stop when she has her opponent in her clutches.

Preferred Matches:
Lan is a fistfighter, though she will happily accept submission wrestling challenges, as well. She is happy to have a simple, straightforward fistfight or even a "softer" boxing match, but is equally happy with the most hardcore of matches, with the ropes replaced with barbed wire or the loser being so thoroughly clobbered that she is sent to the hospital on a stretcher. She does not do hentai matches, nor does she fight naked, though she will reluctantly accept a challenge to fight in her underwear.

Heavenly Kingdom — Similar to a ceiling hold. Laying on her back on the mat, Lan will grab a standing opponent's arms and pull her upper body downwards, while at the same time lifting her feet and forcing them into the small of her opponent's back, forcing the girl to bend painfully backwards and sometimes lifting the girl up into the air.

Golden Lotus — With her opponent laying flat on her stomach, Lan will sit down behind the other girl and, placing her feet on the girl's ankles, will force their legs apart painfully. She will then reach under the girl's legs and grab her arms, pulling them backwards and forcing the girl into an unbearably painful pretzel-like position.

Lan (who also goes by the English name Lola) hails from Guangzhou, the largest city in southern China. She is the youngest of four sisters.

Her father, Yi Biao, came from a respected family, and grew wealthy during the later decades of the twentieth century, as the reforms of Deng Xiaoping revolutionized the Chinese economy. At the age of twenty-eight, he married a woman eight years his junior, and the next year their first child, Lan's older sister Hua, was born.

Initially, Biao and his wife decided to abide by the newly-established one-child policy and raise Hua as an only child, although a provision of the law allowed couples whose first child was a daughter to have a second child if they wanted male offspring. Nine years later, however, Biao's wife would become pregnant once again, and their second daughter, named Qiang, was born shortly thereafter.

Both Hua and Qiang were model children, but Biao, as he grew older, became more and more determined to have a son, especially after his own father died shortly after Qiang's birth. In defiance of the one-child policy—which he was able to subvert due to his wealth and high status in society—Biao and his wife would try again for a son, and would have a third daughter, Xiuying. The next year, they would have their fourth and final daughter, Lan. When they would try again for a son two years later, Biao would discover that he had become infertile with age, and would no longer have any hope of conceiving a son.

After violating government policy regarding children once with Xiuying, and only managing to get off scot-free due to their business connections, Biao and his wife were unable to avoid incurring a penalty when Lan was born. While she never knew just how much in fees her parents paid, the fact that her very existence was essentially purchased was an important fact that colored Lan's outlook on life throughout her adolescence. It was hardly the only peculiar thing about her childhood, however—both her father's expectations for her and her rocky relationship with her sister Xiuying played critical roles, as well.

Despite not having the son he wanted, the aging Yi Biao became obsessed with having an heir that he could be proud of. The responsibility of living up to his expectations would, ultimately, fall to Lan. While Hua and Qiang were model daughters, they were not strong personalities—they were modest and conciliatory individuals, who led rather boring lives throughout their school years, and would go on to marry good husbands once they had come of age. Xiuying, meanwhile, was rather the opposite—she, unlike her big sisters, knew that she led a blessed existence, and would take advantage of that fact any chance she got. She was the textbook definition of a spoiled brat, and she knew it full well.

If left to her own devices, Lan might have been like her two eldest sisters, as she was never a particularly social or particularly confrontational girl in her earliest years. But her father decided to take a different path with her, treating her like a surrogate son. She had a traditional education in Chinese history and Confucian classics, was encouraged to explore her potential, and, importantly, was taught how to stand her ground and fight when her back was against the wall. Her sisters would call her "Little Brother"—coming from Hua and Qiang, the nickname was affectionate. Not so from Xiuying, however, who saw Lan as a rival and cultivated a largely unwarranted hatred for the youngest Yi sister.

By the time Xiuying and Lan entered adolescence, their two older sisters had already gotten married and moved into their husband's homes, leaving the two youngest to vie for their parents' attention. Xiuying was always a total extrovert, self-centered and confident, while Lan was shy and more contemplative, often being forced into confrontations by her sister. Those childhood and adolescent conflicts allowed both girls the chance to take out some of their complexes and anxieties on the other, as well as to develop as fighters, something which would ultimately prove to be very important for Lan.

Lan passed through school with the highest grades in her class, and was accepted to the University of Hong Kong, one of the nation's most prestigious schools. She was highly regarded by her classmates there, though she formed very few true bonds with any of them, preferring to keep to herself in her room than to socialize with others.

In 2011, at the age of sixty-one, Yi Biao suffered a heart attack and passed away on the way to the hospital. Lan mourned her father's passing for a long while, and his death launched her into a period of deep contemplation and increased introversion that would last more than a year.

She would eventually graduate from the university with a degree in economics, and seemed to have her pick of high-paying jobs at a number of China's largest corporations. However, just when she seemed poised to begin making a fortune of her own, as her father had, Lan packed up and moved to Japan, giving her mother and sisters little explanation as to her abrupt change in career path. Though her actions seemed to indicate some grander plan, all they knew was that she passed up the opportunity to make hundreds of thousands of yuan a year in order to compete in some seedy wrestling league in Tokyo. Why she would do this is still a mystery to them.

Remarkably, despite her brutal nature whilst fighting, Lan is a quiet, reserved girl. She is incredibly intelligent, having both a traditional education in the Confucian classics, as well as a first-class modern education, but the decisions she makes are often very cryptic to those who cannot peer into her mind. She enjoys reading, and will sometimes come out of her shell when discussing literary classics.

Lan is a closeted lesbian, but would never admit that to anyone—not her family, and certainly not her opponents. Despite this, she does not like being forced into sexual situations in a match, and any mention of her sexuality or body will anger her greatly.




Okay, one more thing here. I'm sure most of you have noticed that I suck and the old Daaharu who could finish a thread in three days is gone now. But even so, I shouldn't be leaving threads for more than a week, and that has been happening with alarming frequency lately. So, please, if I have not replied to our thread in the last SEVEN DAYS, please LET ME KNOW on here or on Trillian so that I can suck a little bit less and not leave you hanging for a month.

Officially caught up to my AFW replies on February 9.

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