YesNoOk
avatar

Old COTYs and such from the past for a project (Read 604 times)

Started by Amidweiz, January 13, 2019, 01:23:49 am
Share this topic:
Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#1  January 13, 2019, 01:23:49 am
  • ***
    • Canada
Considering the 20th anniversary of mugen is just a few months away, I was considering doing something a bit special for it's birthday. It's not going to be anything huge but I do need to know info about previous character of the years and stages if possible, or any analogue of such. I do know the mugen guild start page has the characters of the week from the past archived on it though I was curious if there was any other awards that where given out in the past 20 years.
Re: Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#2  January 13, 2019, 04:24:03 am
  • ****
  • Cute Bounty Hunter
Are there any surviving records of any CotMs from before 2011?

God, I hope not.
Re: Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#3  January 13, 2019, 04:34:39 am
  • ****
  • Time to give back to this place. Starting now.
    • USA
    • mega491@yahoo.com

ink

Re: Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#4  January 13, 2019, 04:56:02 am
  • ****
  • inktrebuchet
    • USA
    • s236.photobucket.com/albums/ff271/inktrebuchet/?

  • Online
Re: Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#5  January 13, 2019, 05:11:01 am
  • ***
    • Canada
Are there any surviving records of any CotMs from before 2011?

God, I hope not.

mfg specifically, no (though there was character of the week, which is archived in the start page of mfg) but I know a few other websites had their own versions of them.
Re: Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#6  January 13, 2019, 05:35:56 am
  • *****
  • ♫ Red Fraction ♫
    • youtube.com/DemonicKirishima
From memory in the old Infantry days, Seanaltly's Solid Snake won Character of the Year in '08.
Re: Old COTYs and such from the past for a project
#7  January 13, 2019, 12:20:11 pm
  • ******
There were also contests for characters on RandomSelect. If you search on the Internet Archive you should find something.