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    FAQ/Move List by Richard Walker

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    WWF RAW
    for GameGear
    FAQ/Move List
    Version 1.4
    by Richard Walker
    http://www.richard-walker.cjb.net/
    email@richard-walker.cjb.net
    
    
    -Table of Contents
    Legal information
    Introduction
    Version history
    Getting started
    Basic information
    Controls
    Game modes
    Codes and secrets
    Tips before you start
    The WWF superstars
    Credits
    Contact info
    The final word
    
    
    This document is copyright 2003- 2006 Richard Walker. All rights written and
    reserved. This document and parts thereof may not be copied, paraphrased, or
    reproduced in any form without prior written consent from the author, Richard
    Walker. This document may be freely distributed only if it remains unedited, it
    stays free to public access, and proper credit is given.
    
    Richard Walker(email@richard-walker.cjb.net) is the sole author, creator, and
    owner of this document. All material contained in this document is the work of
    the author, unless otherwise stated in the 'Credits' section. The author is in
    no way associated with creators and owners of the game, nor the companies and
    people involved with it.
    
    This document was written on Notepad and is best viewable in 'Courier New' font.
    It has eighty characters per line.
    
    
    -Introduction
    Hello there, and welcome to Richard Walker's WWF RAW FAQ! Since 1996, I've been
    a big, big fan of professional wrestling. I've seen every WWF(Now WWE) show and
    Pay-Per-View event since. I got this game in 2003, and it's grown on me. Here it
    is- my WWF RAW FAQ. It's a hella old game on a system you shouldn't be playing
    anyway, but I don't care, and neither do you. Wrestler movelists and stats are
    here, so enjoy punks.
    
    
    -Version history
    01/01/06- Happy new year! Made some big corrections, including spelling errors.
    31/05/05- Whee. Made some minor changes including layout fixes, corrections on
    spelling mistakes, and rewriting some shiznit.
    31/07/04- Made some layout fixes.
    29/11/03- Minor changes to the wrestlers section.
    18/11/03- WWF RAW FAQ is finished.
    
    
    -Getting started
    Make sure your GameGear is switched off, then insert your WWF RAW cartridge.
    Now switch on your GameGear.
    
    
    -Basic information
    All wrestling games, basically have a specific few rules. Both wrestlers are in
    the ring, and use a arsenal of different moves, attacks, generally wearing your
    opponent down to pin them. Most wrestlers in the business today have a
    finishing move- like a final wish before the pin. Or, a finishing hold- a
    painful hold that will make your opponent submit like a bitch.
    
    
    -Controls
    MENU CONTROLS
    D pad: Move around menus
    Start button: Confirm
    
    IN GAME CONTROLS
    (Anywhere)
    Start button: Pause
    
    (Tie up)
    1 button: Slam
    2 button: Big Headbutt
    1+2 button: Vertical Suplex
    D pad Up: Backbreaker
    D pad Down: Hiptoss
    
    (While opponent is standing)
    1 button: Punch
    2 button: Kick
    D pad Up/Down/Left/Right: Walk Up/Down/Left/Right
    1+2 button: Tie up with opponent
    Left/Right twice quickly: Run into the ropes
    
    (While opponent is on the mat)
    1/2 button: Splash
    1+2 button: Pin
    1+2 button: Pick up opponent by head(Stand by head)
    1 button: Elbow Drop(Stand by head)
    2 button: Leg Drop(Stand by head)
    
    (While you are running)
    1 button: Drop Kick(If opponent is standing)
    1 button: Running Elbow Drop(If opponent is on the mat)
    
    (While opponent is running)
    1 button: Drop Kick
    
    (While you are on the top rope)
    1 button: Frog Splash
    
    
    -Game modes
    ONE ON ONE MATCHES
    There are three types of one on one matches. 'One Fall', which is a classic
    fight 'till you win via pinfall. 'Tournament Mode' is a battle tower 'Mortal
    Kombat' thing- you wrestle your way up the tower, defeating lots of other
    superstars along the way. 'Brawl' is the match for hardcore players- No Holds
    Barred*!
    
    TAG TEAM MATCHES
    In this mode, you pick two wrestlers to tag in and tag out. You can see your
    other wrestlers strength by pausing the game. 'One Fall' is a tag team match
    were the team with one pinfall wins the match up. Tournament Mode is again
    simply work your way up the tower 'till you get the WWF World Tag Team
    Championships. 'Brawl' is a tag match with No Holds Barred*, however since you
    can't control, two wrestlers at the same time, you can't have all wrestlers in
    the ring at the same time. Bummer.
    
    SURVIVOR SERIES MATCHES
    This is a game mode based on that great WWE/WWF Pay Per View event- Survivor
    Series!! You pick four players for your team, and the remaining four will be
    the opposing team. It's basically a four-man tag team match. 'One Fall' is a
    match scheduled for one fall only. 'Brawl' is a No Holds Barred match*, as you
    may have guessed already.
    
    *It's a pity that in this game, No Holds Barred means only no count outs outside
    the ring. Weak.
    
    
    -Codes and secrets
    I don't believe there are any cheats for this game. If you have any cheats...
    drop by the 'Contact' section already.
    
    
    -Tips before you start
    A few tips before you begin playing WWF RAW. Read up, sucka.
    
     1)KEEP YOUR HEALTH HIGH
       If you stay in tip top condition, chances of losing via pinfall will be
       lower. Much lower.
     2)ALWAYS BE ON THE ATTACK
       Never, ever stop attacking, or start worrying about what the opponent will do
       next. It's really not worth the time.
     3)TAP ALL THE BUTTONS WHEN TIED UP
       Tapping the buttons rapidly will easily make you break or win the a up. Also,
       this helps you to get up quicker, so keep tapping those buttons.
    
    
    -The WWF superstars
    Note that all finishing moves can only be excuted if your opponent's health bar
    is in the red zone. With that in mind, on we go...
    
    LEX LUGAR
    Weight: 265lbs
    Height: 6'5"
    Finishing Move: Running Forearm(Run into the ropes while opponent is standing
    and press 1+Start)
    
    RANDY SAVAGE
    Weight: 237lbs
    Height: 6'1"
    Finishing Move: Top Rope Elbow Drop(Climb the turnbuckle with opponent on the
    floor and press 1+Start)
    
    CRUSH
    Weight: 322lbs
    Height: 6'7"
    Finishing Move: Heart Punch(Tie up with opponent and press 1+Start)
    
    RAZOR RAMON
    Weight: 287lbs
    Height: 6'7"
    Finishing Move: Razor's Edge(Tie up with opponent and press 1+Start)
    
    SHAWN MICHEALS
    Weight: 234lbs
    Height: 6'1"
    Finishing Move: Slingshot Suplex(Tie up with opponent and press 1+Start)
    
    YOKOZUNA
    Weight: 568lbs
    Height: 6'4"
    Finishing Move: Banzai Drop(Stand next to opponent's head and press 1+Start)
    
    THE UNDERTAKER
    Weight: 328lbs
    Height: 6'10" 1/2
    Finishing Move: Tombstone Piledriver(Tie up with opponent and press 1+Start)
    (Totally useless fact #1: Richard's favorite wrestler is the Undertaker, and he
    should be yours)
    
    BAM BAM BIG ELON
    Weight: 360lbs
    Height: 6'4"
    Finishing Move: Diving Headbutt(Climb the turnbuckle with opponent on the
    floor and press 1+Start)
    
    DIESEL
    Weight: 317lbs
    Height: 7'0"
    Finishing Move: Jackknife Powerbomb(Tie up with opponent and press 1+Start)
    
    BRET HART
    Weight: 234lbs
    Height: 6'0"
    Finishing Move: Sharpshooter(Stand next to opponent's legs and press 1+Start)
    
    
    -Credits
    Who helped in the production of this?
    
    GAMEFAQS
    For posting this FAQ, duh.
    
    ???
    A website which supplied me with the WWF RAW ROM so I could use to make this
    FAQ(Totally useless fact #3: Richard used to have WWF RAW on his GameGear, but
    he sold it. Thanks a bunch...
    
    XPLICIT187
    His WWF RAW FAQ gave me the tie up moves. Thanks.
    
    
    -Contact info
    Compliments and questions about my work are always welcomed. So, here are some
    contact details for y'all...
    
    WEBSITE
    This isn't as much of a contact option as a plug. But you can contact me from my
    cool website, so...
    http://www.richard-walker.cjb.net/
    
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    EMAIL
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    -The final word
    Cheers for reading my WWF RAW FAQ. OK, you shouldn't be playing this game, but
    this FAQ will hopefully assist you when playing. Also, this work would be pretty
    pointless if nobody read it, so thank you.
    
    And you should check out my other FAQs, reviews, and other crap I've submitted.
    If you don't, I'll find you and kill you. With a sharp, rusty pair of compasses.
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