Oh - I get it...
Martial Art Stalk .Net
sounds like AK to me
I remember there was discussion about contacting them for an episode on MA, did that end up happening?
Originally Posted by Backdraft
Working on trying to get something going for next season, but we have another project in the pipe that might conflict with it.
Is there anything the rank & file around here can do to help? I kinda doubt there's much I could do, but if there's anything at all (even just letter-writing), I'd be willing to consider it.
Originally Posted by Phrost
I love Penn & Teller, and a martial arts BS episode would be right up their alley.
Not much really at this point. They have forums that the subject might be brought up on if someone was so inclined.
Check this out... its from the board....
"Welcome to the message boards formed for honorable Master Ashida Kim-sama. Though with his humility, he would surely prefer something simpler, it is our duty to show the respect and honor that is earned as a younger warrior to our elders. This is Kenshin Zanshiro, your tour guide for the message boards, signing off
Do you think that sycophant is really called "Kenshin Zanshiro"? Or is it another ashida/radford deal? I reckon he's probably called bruce or something. Maybe something a bit camper.... like.. Julian
Ok all, here is an experiment.
I have posted my Ahida Kim piss take story on his board
Will the fact that its just a pisstake go right over their heads? Or will they ban my sorry ass and delete it? Only time will tell!
But to be honest, it is my secret hope that they threaten me. Just I'm starting to feel left out.... I think im the only person on this site who hasnt been threatened by ninjas yet :(
That was some funny ****! I liked that!
Originally Posted by colonelpong
Here's one of mine that got me banned, or I would have posted it there and left a link.
"Ashida Kim" was the code name of one of the Mugei Mumei no Jutsu Ryu's finest - a ninja assassin named Radford Davis. It is known that his father, a former member of the Mugei Mumei no Jutsu Ryu forbade his son from joining the Mugei Mumei no Jutsu Ryu, because he did not want his son to live his life as an assassin. But Radford was forced to join in order to provide his family with a comfortable life. During the events of Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero, Radford was hired by Quan Chi to find a map hidden in the Himalayas. However, Quan Chi had also requested for the services of Sub-Zero, who belonged to the rival Lin Kuei clan. The theory of hiring two ninja was simple - in case one of them failed, the other would succeed and Quan Chi would be closer to unlocking unknown and ultimate power.
Interestingly enough, both Radford and Sub-Zero succeeded in getting to their destination, but the two met each other reaching for the same map they were sent out to acquire. Because the Mugei Mumei no Jutsu Ryu and the Lin Kuei are natural and fierce enemies, Sub-Zero and Radford fought, with Sub-Zero gaining the upper advantage. As Radford lay on the ground, defeated, he begged and pleaded with Sub-Zero to spare his life, but Sub-Zero decapitated him and left his body where it fell. Radford would fall into the pits of the Netherealm itself, and was reborn as a ninja spectre when Lucifer who was the caretaker of Netherealm at the time, approached him with an offer to restore him back to life. However, he had to pay a dear price - if Radford accepted, he was never again to return to his former life. Fueled by an undying rage and thirst for retribution, Radford accepted the offer. Ashida Kim, as he now referred to himself, returned to Earthrealm as a vengeful spectre and found his clan and family brutally murdered. Because of the brutal death he suffered at the hands of Sub-Zero, Ashida Kim believed that the Lin Kuei was responsible for this massacre. He vowed to not only murder Sub-Zero himself, but also the entire Lin Kuei Clan.
Ashida Kim would not meet Sub-Zero again until a brief encounter in the Netherealm, where Sub-Zero had been sent by Raiden to regain the amulet from Shinnok and Quan Chi. The two fought, but Sub-Zero defeated Ashida Kim again and escaped from the undead assassin's wrath. Sub-Zero was later invited to participate in Shang Tsung's tournament of Mortal Kombat - unknown to the Lin Kuei warrior, Ashida Kim had been invited as well, and the two met on Shang Tsung's boat, at which point Ashida Kim grabbed Sub-Zero by the throat and said "You killed me in cold blood exactly two years ago, to this day, but my demons have allowed me to avenge my death. I could kill you at this moment, but I am not a murderer. We will meet at the tournament, and then, Lin Kuei, you will pay with your life."
While Ashida Kim and Sub-Zero did not meet at the tournament itself, they did meet in the aftermath of Mortal Kombat. With Goro's defeat at the hands of Liu Kang, Shang Tsung became furious. He challenged Liu Kang himself. Raiden led Ashida Kim and Sub-Zero to battle Shang Tsung's army, and once they were defeated, Ashida Kim and Sub-Zero turned on each other. Though Sub-Zero was a difficult opponent, Ashida Kim eventually won the battle and slew his long-time nemesis. With his mission accomplished, Ashida Kim turned to ash.
A year later, Ashida Kim learned of Sub-Zero's plans to compete in the second tournament. Enraged at the idea that his murderer had "survived" and his vengeance was incomplete, Ashida Kim followed Sub-Zero into the realm of Outworld, where Shao Kahn hosted the second tournament. It is unknown whether or not Sub-Zero and Ashida Kim met, but Ashida Kim was a witness to one of Sub-Zero's battles, in which he saw Sub-Zero sparing the life of an opponent. Ashida Kim did not understand why the Lin Kuei warrior had grown so merciful. He later on came to the realization that this Sub-Zero was the younger brother of his murderer, who was sent to complete his brother's failed mission. As a result, Ashida Kim vowed to become the new Sub-Zero's protector to atone for killing his elder brother.
When Shao Kahn invaded Earthrealm and unsuccessfully tried to conquer the Netherealm as well, Ashida Kim was inadvertently set free, and began walking the grounds of Earth once more. He pledged allegiance to no one, taking neither friends nor enemies. Shao Khan, however, recognized Ashida Kim's superior warrior skills, and enlisted the ninja in his forces under the promise of being granted life. Ashida Kim's allegiance with Shao Khan quickly dissolved when he discovered that Sub-Zero (whom he vowed to protect) was one of Earth's warriors whom Shao Khan wanted to kill. He turned on Shao Khan, and sided with the Earthrealm warriors in their final showdown with the evil emperor. With Shao Khan and his minions defeated, Earth reverted back to normal. Ashida Kim, however, was driven back to hell, only to one day rise up once more.
During the events of Mortal Kombat Gold, Ashida Kim was told by Quan Chi that the younger Sub-Zero was involved with the murders of his family and clan, and also offered him life in exchange for the spectre's assistance in the war with the Elder Gods, which Ashida Kim eagerly accepted. Ashida Kim eventually caught up with Sub-Zero, and the two began their final battle; after a long, epic battle, Ashida Kim emerged the victor. As Ashida Kim stood triumphantly over Sub-Zero, the defeated warrior proclaiming innocence, Quan Chi appeared and revealed that he had arranged for the killing of the Mugei Mumei no Jutsu Ryu and Ashida Kim's family. Before Ashida Kim could speak, Quan Chi attempted to send him back to the Netherealm. Ashida Kim grabbed Quan Chi before the sorceror could complete his spell, sending them both into the dreaded realm.
During the years that Quan Chi spent in the Netherealm, he would be chased, brutalized, and tortured by Ashida Kim. Quan Chi had little chance of escape, as his powers were weakened while he was in the Netherealm, and Ashida Kim's power and strength conversely increased (note: Quan Chi, as Shinnok's second-in-command, had previously resided in the Netherealm. However, this was explained as a new region of the Netherealm where sorcerors lose power). Quan Chi eventually struck a deal with the Oni Drahmin and Moloch, who fought off Ashida Kim for him. When Quan Chi escaped the Netherealm through a portal, Ashida Kim followed him, but the volatile portal did not send him to the same place. He continued to hound Quan Chi in a game of cat-and-mouse for the years to come, until Drahmin and Moloch threw him into the soulnado, believing that it would kill the ninja spectre once and for all (as recounted in Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance).
Ashida Kim, however, managed to ascend up to the heavens, where the soulnado emerged, and managed to cheat death once again. While in the Void, he met the Elder Gods, in whom he had never believed, and forever became changed from what he saw. He also witnessed Raiden's sacrifice and Onaga's dominance beginning to unfold. The Elder Gods were aware of his presence and enhanced his mortal and supernatural abilities, making him nearly invincible as the Champion of the Elder Gods. The Elder Gods gave him a new mission, to seek and destroy Onaga before he unmade the realms. For the first time in his life, Ashida Kim descended from the heavens and back into Outworld, where his mission began. And this time, the realms' survival may depend on his success.
Originally Posted by SFGOON
Dude thats Scorpion's bio with Ashida Kim name instead. BWHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA