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For a complete compiliation of all players of the series, including their statistics and biographical details of their seasonal performances. To be updated seasonally.

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Episode Count

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

The Creator

46

 

 

 

Acsc1312

42

 

 

 

CEDAR

39

 

 

 

Alfred

36

 

 

 

Totem

35

 

 

 

Xeno

34

 

 

 

JackO

28

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DoctorWho

25

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Goffe

24

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Riczhang

23

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RichWS

23

 

 

 

Schumacher

20

 

 

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Townzy

18

 

 

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CJohn

18

 

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Fake

16

 

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Fakhir

16

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Baumer

15

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Electric

15

 

 

 

Tawasal

15

 

 

 

ChD

12

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Sims

11

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Avatarfan

10

 

 

 

Kalo21

10

 

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Mattrek

8

 

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Empire

7

 

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Andrew

7

 

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Iceroll

7

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JamesFord92

6

 

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DerekVI

6

 

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Bigm10

5

 

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Ed

4

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Spaghetti

3

 

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InFamous

3

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Metta

3

 

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Gopher

2

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Shawn

2

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4815162342

1

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bed005

1

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Jake Gittes

1

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Tower

1

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Dragon

1

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MINOR CHARACTERS

 

A list of all the minor characters, by season, including their accomplishments and seasonal statistics. Each page will be updated by season.

 

 

List of Minor Characters (Season 1)

 

ANDREW THE ALIEN

Andrew first appeared in the pilot episode of the series as a captain of “Team Hunger”. He and partner CEDAR quickly made recognition by winning in the second week and causing the first elimination of the series. They sent Avatarfan to The Challenge and ensured his downfall. Andrew went into obscurity thereafter, leaving partner CEDAR hanging over the next few weeks. Ironically, Andrew began to disappear from the scene, and his partner CEDAR would wind up being one of the star players of the series. Andrew was the only known character to be put on probation at any time in the series' history, and he was on probation for a week in the interphase between the sixth and seventh episodes of the season. At that time, “Team Hunger” was disbanded, and CEDAR was reassigned to “The Firerisers” while Andrew was kept on individual probation until his return. Surprisingly, Andrew did show up and was thus assigned to “The Shadowlords” the following week. In one twisted moment of fate, his former ally CEDAR, now a member of “The Firerisers”, who won that week, sent Andrew to his doom as Andrew was sent to The Challenge against the renowned Fake, who annihilated Andrew. Andrew's elimination was not unpredictable; however, it was surprising given the circumstances, as Andrew had formerly been ally to CEDAR, who in turn sacrificed Andrew “for the greater good.”

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-5, 7 (probation during Episode 6)

Known allies: CEDAR (“Team Hunger”), and Acsc1312 and Xenozodiac (“The Shadowlords”)

Seasonal rank: 15

Noteworthy highlights: Won Season 1.2 “The Chronicle Continues” - led to Avatarfan's elimination. Only player put on probation in a season.

Teams: “Team Hunger” (Season 1, ep. 1-5), “The Shadowlords” (Season 1, ep. 7)

 

 

BIGM10

At the start of Season 1, Bigm10 was a co-captain of “The Beasts in the Bushes” with partner Metta World Peace. Bigm10 was the stronger of the duo and was seen as the lead Beast on the team, due to his greater turn-out and higher performance in the first two weeks, when he and Metta were the sole members of the team. Bigm10 was joined by Mattrek at the end of episode 2 of the season when “Team Avatrek” was disbanded by Avatarfan's untimely elimination. At the start of episode 3, Bigm10's status as the strongest member on the team was put to the test, for Mattrek demonstrated equal, if not superior, skill in the next two competitions. Bigm10 went largely unnoticed for the majority of his brief stay in the season, and he was joined by Tawasal, formerly of “The Pirates”, in the fourth episode shortly following the elimination of Bigm10's earliest ally Metta World Peace. Bigm10's big moment came a week later, in the fifth episode of the season (“A Surprise Attack”) when he and partners Mattrek and Tawasal led the team to victory. This victory caused the biggest upset in the early fraction of the season for the winners chose to split up “The Stark Brothers” - deemed the most powerful team around at the time. Bigm10 was eliminated a week later for the same reason as his former partner Metta World Peace: he received his third strike.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-6

Known allies: Metta World Peace, Mattrek, Tawasal

Seasonal rank: 18

Noteworthy highlights: Won Season 1.5 “A Surprise Attack”, caused the split of “The Stark Brothers”

Teams: “The Beasts in the Bushes” (Season 1, ep 1-6)

 

DEREKVI

Derek was the original “newby” along with partner Kalo21 on “The Wild Cards.” Although Box Office Alliance was different from its prototype Box Office Obliteration, many of the participants in Season 1 had had prior experience in the latter. Both Derek and Kalo, however, were entirely new to box-office predicting competitions. This made for an odd pairing as both were unskilled. Thus, the two were largely ignored, Derek especially. Derek made the mistake of missing out for a couple weeks, thus earning him a few strikes, which would ultimately hinder his and Kalo's goals. He was never known for his strength in the game, nor for his strategy, and in many ways he is one of the most unknown members to emerge from Season 1. Much of “The Wild Cards'” success came after his elimination, when new “Wild Cards” like Cjohn and JamesFord92 made big gains. Derek was eliminated at the start of the seventh episode of the season (“Heating Up”) for his third strike.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-7

Known allies: Kalo21, JamesFord92, and Cjohn

Seasonal rank: 16

Teams: “The Wild Cards” (Season 1, ep 1-7)

Awards/Recognition: “Most Underrated Team Award” (Season 1)

 

EMPIRESTRIKESBACK

The possibilities seemed endless for EmpireStrikesBack at the start of the season. Empire starred on “Amazingly Adequate” with partner Electric for the majority of the season's first half. Deemed as one of the strongest players within the first three or four weeks, Empire proved he had endurance and strength. Although “Amazingly Adequate” never placed first, the team also rarely ventured into Challenges. In fact, Empire never participated in a Challenge in Season 1, and a lot of that came from both his skill (which often guaranteed a high finish and enough points for immunity) and his fair treatment of others, which caused many to overlook him when picking enemies for The Challenge. Empire was joined by RichWS in Week 5 when the unexpected break-up of “The Stark Bros” occurred. Empire remained a prominent player on the team up until Week 8 (“The Overlords”) when Empire became the first player in Box Office Alliance history to withdraw from the game. Empire's withdrawal came as a shocking surprise to “Amazingly Adequate”, which crumbled in the weeks after Empire's dismissal. Empire received recognition for the first Coulda-Woulda-Shoulda Award at the Awards Ceremony at the season finale.

 

In Season 4, Empire returned briefly. Although his stay was short, he did accomplish the unexpected elimination of Totem in the season premiere. By eliminating Totem, Empire collected Totem's Legend Power Chip, which would be activated later in the season. Empire was subsequently assigned to “The Imperials” with partners Fakhir and JohnnY. Quickly after being recruited onto the team, Empire was sent into his second Challenge of the season, this time against Season 3 winner Riczhang. By the start of Week 3, Empire had been eliminated, and Totem's power chip passed onto Riczhang, who activated it to release Acsc and CEDAR from captivity.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-8; Season 4, Episodes 1-3

Seasonal rank: 15 (Season 1); 18 (Season 4)

Noteworthy highlights: Stole Totem's Legend Power Chip after defeating the Legend in a Challenge

Award/Recognition: Coulda-Woulda-Shoulda Award (Season 1)

Known allies: Electric, RichWS, Fakhir, Johnny

Teams: “Amazingly Adequate” (Season 1, ep 1-8), “The Imperials” (Season 4, ep 2)

 

JAMESFORD92

JamesFord92 first appeared in the Box Office Alliance pilot episode, partnered to Spaghetti on “The Very Best, Like No One Ever Was.” The team had a brief stay together, with Spaghetti being eliminated in Week 3 (“The Pirates Steal the Show”). After this short time on “The Very Best”, James was moved to “The Wild Cards” with partners Kalo21 and DerekVI. James remained a quiet player up until his elimination in Week 6 (“Trees Tumble But Make No Sound”) at the hands of Electric in a Challenge.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-6

Known allies: Spaghetti, DerekVI, Kalo21, Cjohn

Seasonal rank: 17

Teams: “The Very Best, Like No One Ever Was” (Season 1, ep 1-3), “The Wild Cards” (Season 1, ep 4-6)

Awards/Recognition: “Most Underrated Team Award” (Season 1)

 

KALO21

Although Season 1 marked a new start for many players, none upheld the newbie aspect better than Kalo21. Kalo was first assigned to “The Wild Cards” prior to the start of the season, and he debuted in Season 1's premiere episode (the pilot episode of Box Office Alliance) with no known experience in box-office predicting challenges. He joined forces with another rookie player DerekVI, making them truly the wild cards of the season. As a black horse, Kalo got by mostly on luck, and a little skill, and avoided Challenges for the majority of the season. He outlived his original partner DerekVI, who was eliminated for a third strike, and made it to the first Special Edition Episode of the series. Kalo's luck ran out the next week when he went up against Electric and Fake in the first double elimination Challenge of the series. Kalo was eliminated in 12th place, just prior to the start of the Top Ten games. Because Kalo outlasted all other “newbies” during the season, he was awarded at the seasonal awards ceremony with recognition as the most outstanding new player performer.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-10

Known allies: DerekVI, JamesFord92, Cjohn

Seasonal rank: 12

Teams: “The Wild Cards” (Season 1, ep 1-10)

Award recognition: “Outstanding Performance by a New Player Award” (Season 1), “Most Underrated Team Award” (Season 1)

 

MATTREK

Originally co-captain of “Team Avatrek” with partner Avatarfan, Mattrek was the first player of the series to lose his partner. Avatarfan was quickly eliminated in episode 2, leaving Mattrek to fend for himself and to defend his defeated partner's honor. Mattrek, reassigned to “The Beasts in the Bushes”, attempted to carry on Avatarfan's legacy, although he never really reached the heights of the season greats like Acsc or Townzy. Mattrek, along with Tawasal and Bigm10, did lead “The Beasts om the Bushes” to victory in week 5 (“A Surprise Attack”) and thus broke apart “The Stark Brothers” - the, at the time, dominant team. Mattrek's crowning success from the season was likely his involvement in breaking up the bonds that held “The Stark Bros” together, thus ensuring the team, and its members, would not make it to the finale. Mattrek persisted for another three weeks but was eliminated at the start of the Hunger Game Special for his third no-show of the season, a fate that had already taken Metta World Peace and bigm10, formerly two of Mattrek's partners on “The Beasts in the Bushes.” After his elimination, he was never heard from, nor mentioned, again. Ironically, the last member of “The Beasts in the Bushes” was also eliminated later that episode, ending the team's reign.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-9

Known allies: Avatarfan, bigm10, Metta World Peace, Tawasal

Seasonal rank: 14

Teams: “Team Avatrek” (Season 1, ep 1-2), “The Beasts in the Bushes” (Season 1, ep 3-9)

 

METTA WORLD PEACE

Metta had a very uneventful experience in Box Office Alliance, yet he may always live in infamy as the player who never showed up to defend his team and was thus eiminated for inactivity. MWP was the first player to ever ben deleted on a technicality such as earning too many strikes, which was the fate that he endured in the fourth week of the season.

Appearances: Season 1, Episodes 1-4

Known allies: bigm10, Mattrek

Seasonal rank: 20

Teams: “The Beasts in the Bushes” (Season 1, ep 1-4)

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List of Minor Characters (Season 2)

 

INFAMOUS

InFamous' most lasting legacy is his placement as DoctorWho's original partner. Just as Derek and Kalo were the Wild Cards of Season 1, Infamous and DoctorWho represented the unknown/unpredictable newbies of the second season. InFamous never made it as far as his partner and was never quite as skilled as DoctorWho, but in the brief time he was there, he helped mold DoctorWho into the powerful figure he'd become in later seasons of the series. InFamous' friendly demeanor wore off on Doc and thus gave him the recognizable charisma he now possesses. InFamous first premiered on the Season 2 pilot, where he was joined to DoctorWho on “The Dark Horses” - the name deriving from the players' newbie status. Like his partner, InFamous had never participated in a game show quite like Box Office Alliance, so he was a dark horse in the competition. The plan was to take the big guys by surprise and sneak into the finale undetected. But the plan was foiled when “The Crimson Knights” intervened. In the dark phase of the season 2 launch, InFamous was one of the victims of “The Crimson Knights'” wrath. The power-savage team waged hell over the first four weeks of the season, and InFamous was tossed into a massive Double-Elimination Challenge in the third week (“The Winds of Destruction”). There, InFamous finished in last place and was eliminated. The legacy he bore was DoctorWho, who then joined forces with Season 1 veteran XenoZodiac to form the hybrid “Black Stallions” - a team that would emerge as one of the bigger victors of the season. InFamous' time was brief, but he helped create a legacy that would last through the duration of the season.

 

Appearances: Season 2, episodes 1-3

Seasonal rank: 17

Known allies: DoctorWho

Highlights: His elimination caused the creation of “The Black Stallions”

Awards/Recognition: Team Spirit Award (“The Dark Horses”) - Season 2

Teams: “The Dark Horses” (Season 2, ep 1-3)

 

 

SIMS

Sims first appeared in the Season 2 premiere “Igniting the Sparks”, where he was allied to Season 1 veteran Avatarfan on “Team Incredibles”. The team quickly assimilated JackO after “The Crimson Knights” slaughtered JackO's former partner of “The Warriors”. JackO would prove a valuable ally to Sims for a time, especially as Avatarfan was more largely absent from the game for periods of time. During the few weeks that followed, when “The Crimson Knights” dominated and sent veteran after veteran to his doom, Sims managed to remain unscathed. However, he nearly lost his partner Avatarfan in the double-elimination Challenge of week 3 (“The Winds of Destruction”). Sims abstained from the Challenges for the most part but participated in a minor Challenge against CEDAR in The Dark Knight Rises Special, where CEDAR won but little harm was done to Sims. That week, however, Sims did lose his original partner Avatarfan, who was terminated by Totem himself. But a week later, Sims gained a new prominent ally in Fakhir after another Double-Elimination Challenge cost Fakhir his partner's life. Then, in a crushing blow, Sims had to eliminate his own partner JackO in the Challenge the next week, when Sims posted the record highest Challenge score (to that date).Although JackO was resurrected onto a different team, the emotional damage was severe. This trauma took its toll on Sims, who submitted to The Challenge again the next week in an attempt to finally remove Totem from the game. Totem, however, was quick to subdue Sims and send him, the last that Totem would slay that season, to his doom.

 

Sims briefly resurfaced in the Season 3 Final Five games as a main boss that the Final Five contestants had to compete against. In the episode “Champion Battleground” (3.13), Sims appears as one of the five antagonists who stand in the way of the Final Five contestants moving on to the next game. Sims was Alfred's foil, and in their Challenge, Sims won, thus sending Alfred into an elimination Challenge where he was eliminated. Sims accomplished a significant role here as it was his hand that sent the legendary Alfred to his demise.

 

Appearances: Season 2, episodes 1-10; Season 3, episode 13

Known allies: Avatarfan, JackO, Fakhir

Highlights: Posted highest Challenge score on record; defeated JackO in a Challenge; defeated Alfred in a Challenge

Awards/Recognition: Most Underrated Team Award (“Team Incredibles”) - Season 2

Seasonal rank: 10

Teams: “Team Incredibles” (Season 2, ep 1-10)

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List of Minor Characters (Season 3)

 

BED005

Bed appeared in a cameo performance in the Season 3 semi-finale (“A War of Gods”). The final three players competed in three rounds of competitions against outside forces. In Round One, they competed against 4815162342, later star of Season 4. In the second round, the players who survived squared off against Bed005, who had never had experience in Box Office Alliance but was known for his performance in similar theme games, like Box Office Survivor. In the second Round, Bed defeated Baumer under extraneous circumstances, which were later reversed to show that Baumer actually defeated Bed005 by a technicality in the score reports. Bed lost in both versions to Riczhang, who was eliminated in the third round to host The Creator.

 

Appearances: Season 3, episode 14

Status: Antagonist/Boss

 

 

DRAGON

Dragon was the player with the least amount of experience in the game at the start of Season 3. Before teams were assigned, Dragon was sent to The Challenge against seasonal regular Avatarfan, who dominated and sent Dragon to his early demise in the premiere episode of Season 3. Dragon never had a chance to rebuke and never ventured far enough into the game to earn any recognizable statistics or achievements for himself.

 

Appearances: Season 3, episode 1

Known allies: None

Seasonal rank: 19

 

 

GOPHER

Gopher and ShawnMR earn special recognition in the game as the only special hosts to appear in a season's special edition. In the episodes “Guest Host Week” and “Another Kick in the Crotch”, Gopher appeared as a special co-host with ShawnMR while the regular host The Creator participated as a player in the game. In the first of the two-parter episode, Gopher took a backseat while Shawn performed most of the tasks, but Gopher came back around a week later in full force, choosing to eliminate the lowest scoring player and the one(s) with the least points after the slaughter that occurred from the competition that week. Gopher's brutality earned him a recognizable place in the game as a primary antagonist in the season, one who was dismissed from his authority prior to “The Hobbit Special” a week later. Gopher's most lasting impact was his games' use in determining the Top Ten candidates, as the players who scored lowest in Gopher's special session went into a Mega Challenge. In the Mega Challenge, star players CEDAR and XenoZodiac were eliminated. This tragically marked the last appearance of XenoZodiac in Box Office Alliance, and much of his disappearance had to do with Gopher's maliciousness in the brief stay he had as special guest host.

 

Gopher's involvement has been met with mixed reception. Some glorified the two episodes he appeared in as the most exciting the series had to offer, with plenty of twists and turns and surprise eliminations abounding. Others saw it as a means of totalitarian rule, for Gopher had complete control and The Creator was absent from the ring, especially in the second week of the session when Gopher implemented harsh negative point losses and allowed a couple errors to let certain players skim by by mistake. However, Gopher was personally seen as a strong-willed individual, despite occasionally playing his hand too roughly. He has not yet ventured into the game as a player and likely never will after the disgraceful way he was cast aside at the end of the session.

 

Appearances: Season 3, episodes 8-9

First mentioned: Season 3, episode 5

Status: Special Guest Host

 

 

ICEROLL

Iceroll gained early prominence in the season premiere as one of the four original members to be cast onto a team. At the start of the season, the players had to fight to select their teammates, and Iceroll gained an early upper hand, one that enabled him to pick Baumer as his partner on “Ice Ice Baumy”. The team was one of the first two teams to form at the start of Season 3, and it lasted through most of the first half of the season. Iceroll and Baumer worked well together, and the duo, both newbies, proved that rookie players can sometimes be the bigger stars in the game, especially as Iceroll helped Baumer bring out his inner victor. Iceroll was long outlasted by his partner Baumer, who made it to the season finale, but much of what Baumer gained was from his alliance with Iceroll, who was a devoted follower and friend for the first half of the season that the players were together. “Ice Ice Baumy” met a tragic end as the two teammates were chosen to enter a Challenge against each other. It was a close call, but Baumer just narrowly beat Iceroll, who was eliminated prior to the start of the Guest Host Weeks. The impact eliminating his partner had on Baumer was tremendous, as Baumer quickly became a very recognizable, and yet well liked, player in the game thereafter, seizing every opportunity to not only outlast others for himself, but also for Iceroll, the partner he had to turn on.

 

Iceroll made a brief return in Season 4. In the season premiere, 4815162342 chose to make Iceroll immune after having earned immunity himself. This ensured Iceroll would be able to be cast onto a team within a week and would be exempt from the large Challenge at the start of the season. Iceroll became Numbers' first partner on “The Equation Sensation” - a team that would gain notoriety and fame of the next half of the season. However, a week later, Iceroll was sent to The Challenge against newcomer Johnny, who had been performing strangely similar to Iceroll's early performance a season earlier. Just as Jim Shorts was added to “The Equation Sensation”, Iceroll was eliminated in the Challenge against Johnny a mere three weeks into the new season.

 

Appearances: Season 3, episodes 1-7; Season 4, episodes 1-3

Known allies: Baumer, 4815162342

Seasonal rank: 13 (Season 3); 18 (Season 4)

Teams: “Ice Ice Baumy” (Season 3, ep 1-7); “The Equation Sensation” (Season 4, ep 2-3)

 

 

ITZ ONLY ED

Also known as Edward, iTz Only Ed first appeared in the Season 3 premiere (“The First Shadows”) and was one of a handful of new players to the season. Ed was never a really prominent player in the game but was very vocal in his brief stay, earning lots of attention as a raucous individual. This earned him more dislike than favoritism, as he was never picked by the winners to be a member of their respective teams. Instead, Ed remained as a solo player for the first quarter of the season, and he was among the unteamed players who were sent to the Challenge in 3.4 “Last Opportunity”. Alongside Fakhir, JackO, and Totem – all esteemed veterans – Edward stood no chance and failed the Challenge in last place, tapping out of the season just prior to being grouped onto any team.

 

Appearances: Season 3, epsidoes 1-4

Known allies: None

Seasonal rank: 16

 

 

JAKE GITTES

Jake appeared in the first of the Final Five games as one of the five main bosses of that round. He emerged as Final Five Champion Baumer's competitor in their respective Challenge. In that Challenge, Jake, a former participant of Baumer's Summer Game, defeated Baumer and caused him to enter the mega Challenge that followed that week – a Challenge which resulted in several eliminations, including those of Goffe and Alfred. Baumer, however, survived that Challenge, so Jake Gittes wound up having little to no lasting damage, despite his best efforts.

 

Appearance: Season 3, Episode 13

Status: Antagonist/Boss

 

 

SHAWNMR

Shawn and Gopher co-hosted together in the two Special Guest Host Weeks (episodes “Guest Host Week” and “Another Kick in the Crotch”). Unlike his partner Gopher, Shawn was less severe and less bashful in his approach. As the main host of the pair in the first part of the two-part episode, Shawn helped level the playing field by introducing negative points and by causing so major upsets in the point balances of most of the standing players. However, Shawn did little else outside of that and never tried to take on too much authority, unlike Gopher the next week. Shawn worked with Gopher then but took a back seat as co-host that week, letting Gopher exercise full reign of his authority. In some ways, Shawn's failure as guest host is seen as his unwillingness to keep Gopher in check. However, many praise Shawn for his work as co-host and have seen the episodes as some of the best of the series.

 

Appearances: Season 3, episodes 8-9

First Mentioned: Season 3, episode 5 

Status: Special Guest Host

 

 

TOWER

Tower was a major pawn in the first of the Final Five Championship games. He appeared in two of the Challenges that week, in the first against Riczhang and in the latter agaisnt DoctorWho. Tower lost his first Challenge agaisnt Riczhang, ensuring that Riczhang would move on to the semi-final. However, Tower trumped Doc and sent him into the mega Challenge, which consisted of all the other players of the Final Five Championship. DoctorWho was among those who lost that Challenge, so in many ways, his defeat can be chalked up to Tower's success in the first Challenge.

 

Appearances: Season 3, episode 13

Status: Antagonist/Boss

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ACSC1312

 

SEASON 1

SEASON 2

SEASON 3

Main team: 'The Shadowlords”

Main team: “The Shadowkillers”

Main team: “The Shadowkillers”

Main ally: XenoZodiac

Main ally: CEDAR

Main ally: CEDAR

Primary enemy: Alfred

Primary enemy: Totem

Primary enemy: None

# of episodes: 16 (out of 16)

# of episodes 15 (out of 15)

# of episodes: 11 (out of 15)

First appearance: 1.1 “The Pilot”

1st appearance: 2.1 “Igniting the Sparks”

1st appearance: 3.1 “The First Shadows”

Last appearance: 1.16 “Reflections”

Last appearance: 2.15 “The Last Embers”

Last appearance: 3.11 “The Crossroads of Dawn”

Seasonal Rank: #2

Seasonal Rank: #2

Seasonal Rank: #8

Player of the Season nominee

Player of the Season nominee

 

Eliminated by: Alfred

Eliminated by: CEDAR

Eliminated by: Alfred

Average score: 83.10%

Average score: 75.13%

Average score: 78.14%

 

Box Office Obliteration

 

Acsc had first gained experience in the game show Box Office Obliteration, which debuted and ended after one brief 8-episode season in the summer of 2011. Acsc, like a few of his fellow contestants in the first season of Box Office Alliance, had participated in the game, which featured similar questions and format to Box Office Alliance and was a foundation for the successful game series.

 

Season 1

 

Acsc first appeared in the series pilot episode. He had scored well enough in the pre-game to choose (or rather to be chosen by) XenoZodiac as his partner. The latter had been a huge participant in Box Office Obliteration and had also chosen to venture over to the new and improved model of the old game show. The duo quickly hit it off and formed the soon-to-be-legendary “Shadowlords”. The name derived from XenoZodiac, who fancied them as fighting off the other teams, which were like shadows...darkness kept at bay by the light that was “The Shadowlords.” The team professed to be greatness incarnate, and the duo would propel themselves to seeking victory at every turn. Xeno's emphasis and idealism definitely wore off on Acsc, who was molded in the early stage by his more experienced, albeit less humble, partner.

 

There was an ironic twist of fate in the series premiere when Acsc was chosen for the very first Challenge. In it, Acsc squared off against Electric and lost. On traditional standing, Acsc would have been eliminated, but because of a technicality in the definition of points, a newly added element in the series, Acsc's elimination was stripped, but so were his points, and he was allowed to remain an active player, mostly thanks to XenoZodiac's insistent pushing. Ironically, Acsc is seen as one of the series' biggest star players and, as of the first three seasons, he has appeared in more episodes than any other cast member, yet he would have been eliminated in the very first episode of the show were it not for XenoZodiac.

 

After that harrowing call, Acsc and Xeno took center stage. The team tried their best to gain top marks, although they usually fell short. However, they placed in the top 3 four weeks in a row and earned special immunities as a result. Early on, this started tension with the other teams...one above all others: “The Firelrisers.” It wasn't so evident at first that Alfred and Townzy were in strict opposition to the two Shadowlords, but as time progressed, it became increasingly clear that the two teams were at separate extremes. As the tension mounted between the two, Acsc continued to avoid Challenges, fearing what his fate would be the second time around.

 

Midway through the season, “The Shadowlords” were joined by Andrew the Alien, formerly of “Team Hunger.” Andrew had been placed on probation, but for showing up, he was moved to “The Shadowlords.” Acsc and Xeno's comfortable balance was shifting as a new element was introduced into the mix, and it brought out the more competitive spirit of the duo, especially Xeno who wanted to see that Andrew not hinder his team's performance. But Andrew was quickly eliminated when “The Firerisers” gained their first win and targeted the members of “The Shadowlords.” Acsc and Xeno remained exempt, but Andrew was in harm's way and was eliminated. A week later, “The Shadowlords” had their first win and made bold purchases to increase their scores the following week. In many ways, this displayed both their greed – for they sought to boost their scores – and also their strategy, for the duo contrived away to remain in the top spot longer, thus gaining the benefits. Indeed, “The Shadowlords” won again in “The Hunger Games Special” the following week, thanks to Xeno's impressive score. Around that time, the team gained a prominent new ally in RichWS, who like Xeno and Acsc, would prove to have a significant role in this and future seasons of the show.

 

Expectedly, Acsc made it to the Top Ten along with his two partners on “The Shadowlords” - and the tension between “The Shadowlords” and “The Firerisers” was about to come out in the open in full force. Acsc and his teammates won in the first round of the Top Ten games, the first of a very highly competitive series of games. In that round, they contributed to Totem's withdrawal from the season, as Totem was sent to his first Challenge of the season, and he decided he did not wish to continue playing that season. The following week, “The Firerisers” took to the top, and they targeted “The Shadowlords” - picking out their weakest link: RichWS. Rich was eliminated, and a week later, Acsc faced the most difficult moment of the season as his partner of thirteen episodes, XenoZodiac, was sent to the Elimination Derby Challenge, where he was eliminated.

 

“The Shadowlords” were disbanded after thirteen long weeks together, the second longest lasting team of the season. Acsc remained alone to go on to the Final Five games against “The Firerisers” - who had taken Xeno from him. Ironically, “The Firerisers” broke up a week later when the Final Five games kicked off, and Acsc found himself briefly on a team with one of them – Alfred, who was at the time his biggest nemesis. Alfred was so identical to Acsc in scores and strategy that separate they would harm each other but together they'd be almost unstoppable. However, the animosity between them existed from their teams' hatred of each other, and so the odd pairing on “The Icelords” made for an uncomfortable situation for both parties, but it started a path that would mend the rift between them...a rift that would eventually fade in later seasons. “The Icelords” made it to the season finale “Reflections”, where Acsc and Alfred faced each other in the first grueling conclusion. In a close blow, Alfred defeated Acsc, who wound up as runner-up. However, Acsc was among those nominated for Player of the Season, and he received various other awards at the awards ceremony that was held that episode.

 

Acsc was one of only two players to appear in all 16 episodes of the pilot season.

 

 

Season 2

 

Acsc, spurned by his loss in the Season 1 finale, looked for a new ally, someone to give him strength against his nemesis Alfred. He turned to “The Firerisers'” biggest foe: CEDAR. Banded together, Acsc and CEDAR formed “The Shadowkillers”, a hybridized version of Season 1's “Shadowlords.” This new alliance forged a newfound energy in Acsc, and in CEDAR, and guaranteed a strong wall against “The Firerisers” - who were resurrected onto the same team of Season 1, with Alfred and Townzy taking the helm once more. But Acsc, like his enemies and his new ally, faced a much larger threat in “The Crimson Knights.” The power-hungry team emerged out of nowhere and instantly became the most malignant force of the season, taking down veteran after veteran after veteran. Packing a mighty punch, “The Crimson Knights” far outshined Acsc and robbed him of his victory over Alfred when, in the second episode of the season, they cast Alfred into a Challenge where he was eliminated.

 

Acsc and CEDAR remained banded together throughout those turbulent times and finally managed to cast “The Crimson Knights” aside in the fifth episode of the season (“Salvation”) where “The Shadowkillers” came out on top. This victory over “The Crimson Knights” was a huge changing point in the season as it marked an end to their dominance and ensured the team would never again reclaim first place. “The Shadowkillers” attemped to break the two Knights up into separate teams. But the efforts were a tragic failure. “The Crimson Knights”, in what was a hopeful blow against “The Shadowkillers”, sent Goffe to the winning team. Enraged and uncertain about this move, CEDAR lashed out in an attempt to evict Goffe from his team. Acsc, a bit more calm-minded than his aggressive partner, proposed a Challenge against The Creator. The terms: should they win, Goffe would be replaced and Acsc and CEDAR could then Challenge Totem of “The Crimson Knights.” But, should they lose, they'd lose half their points each. The results were dastardly, as The Creator won the Challenge. Goffe remained allied to “The Shadowkillers”, despite CEDAR's “better” interests, and “The Crimson Knights” remained unscathed.

 

But little could Acsc and CEDAR have expected that Goffe would become a vital component in their success in the latter half of the season. Goffe quickly ascended to the forefront of their battle. Although “The Knights” were soon defeated, Totem lived on in infamy, and he was still to be feared despite Riczhang's defeat. Acsc still felt robbed of his limelight, and so he sought victory over Totem, as all the contestants did. Much of Acsc's success was enhanced by Goffe's performance. Quickly, “The Shadowkillers” became the new dominant team of the season, ascending to the top in the latter half of the season. Once they claimed the top spot, they refused to release it.

 

Then an unexpected foe re-emerged. Alfred won the Resurrection Challenge and, now partnered to JackO on “Team Destiny”, quickly became a tool in Acsc's side once again. Unable to forget his narrow defeat a season prior, Acsc still sought victory over his arch nemesis (although the feud had largely ended, and the terms were less severe between the two). Acsc, hoping to champion “The Shadowkillers” to victory, wanted to see Alfred eliminated before he had a shot at the finale again. Shortly thereafter, however, Acsc's own partner Goffe was eliminated, and the blow was tragic. Acsc and CEDAR ironically mourned the loss of a partner they originally thought they'd despise (and in time would again), but the loss also stirred the beast. In particular, CEDAR became an avenging angel, sweeping the team to a surefire victory in the weeks to come.

 

At the start of the Final Five games, Acsc was declared the new frontrunner. Although CEDAR was the stronger of the pair, the odds favored Acsc simply because of his greater self control and more generous ambition, factors that could make CEDAR falter in a Challenge. Acsc sent Alfred into a Challenge, hoping to see his elimination, and sure enough, Alfred lost the Challenge. In a minor way, Acsc had ensured Alfred's demise in Season 2, an end that put him offficially out of the remainder of the season. Acsc would continue on to the finale, where he had to turn against his partner CEDAR. In the Season 2 Finale (“The Last Embers”), CEDAR and Acsc, “The Shadowkillers”, turned on each other, albeit only because they had to, and dueled to the death. CEDAR emerged the victor in the race due to his superior box-office predicting skill, and once more Acsc was declared the runner-up. Remarkably, however, he was the only player to have appeared in all episodes of both Seasons 1 and 2.

 

Season 3

 

Acsc made his third star appearance, now as the official lead of the series, at the start of Season 3. The game saw many significant changes, the most notable being the exclusion of teams at the start of the season. Thus, Acsc was cast without a partner, and all other players were potential allies or threats. Acsc, however, had his eyes on the prize, a prize he had been robbed of twice, and this time, he knew the best way to achieve it was with the strongest ally...which once more meant CEDAR. However, Acsc performed underwhelmingly in the first couple of weeks and was thus unable to achieve his dream team right away. Instead, he settled for remaining obscure so as to avoid The Challenge, but it was difficult considering that he had been runner up twice in a row. The loyalty he had shown Goffe last season, however, paid off in the second episode of the season when Acsc's name came up for consideration in the Challenge. Goffe held the reigns and chose not to send Acsc in, rather ranking him and CEDAR both low as a sign of good friendship and loyalty that had been forged on “The Shadowkillers” last season.

 

Ironically, Acsc's original ally XenoZodiac from Season 1 became allied to Alfred, Acsc's original nemesis. Perhaps in a way this helped ease Acsc's dislike of Alfred, or perhaps it was the issue of time that helped cool the tension between them, for Season 3 saw relative restfulness between the two of them. In the third episode of the season (“A Light in the Shadow”), CEDAR chose Acsc for his partner, once more resurrecting “The Shadowkillers.” The team had dominated a season prior, and the intention was that they would see the same success this season. “The Shadowkillers” did get off to a good start their first week playing together, although they were outshined by “The FireEaters” (Alfred and Xeno) that week.

 

Season 3 quickly showed it would be the harshest of them all. Acsc had always been good at avoiding Challenges (minus his incident in the series pilot episode). He could go an entire season without entering The Challenge until the very end. But Season 3 changed that and proved how trying everything would become very quickly, as in the fifth episode of the season (“The Road to Glory”), Acsc bowed into The Challenge early on after “The Shadowkillers” lost to “Dracula's Minions”. Acsc went up against a Season 1 veteran and a tough player to compete against...CJohn. The Challenge received some of the highest ratings of any Challenge in Box Office Alliance history, as it was a brutal Challenge. Cjohn made a critical mistake that cost him, and Acsc won by a large margin because of it. But, had Cjohn not made the mistake, his score would have trumped Acsc's, thus sending Acsc to his doom. But Acsc persevered. The Challenge and its harshness showed him this would not be an easy season. The worst was yet to come.

 

“The Shadowkillers” disbanded under the special guest host weeks. After just a few short weeks together, CEDAR and Acsc broke up as all players became individuals. The game proved challenging on a single basis, and almost everyone had a lot to lose from those games. Both Acsc and CEDAR wound up with large negative totals in point counts after the games. The devastation took its toll, and there was little chance of recovery. What followed was the most trying moment of all for Acsc. CEDAR, disgruntled by the losses of the Special Host session, withdrew from the game, leaving Acsc to fend for himself. Acsc was sent into a Mega Challenge the same week of CEDAR's withdrawal. In the Challenge, Acsc found himself going up against Alfred and Xeno together. Alfred emerged victorious and moved on, once more out-edging Acsc in a Challenge. But it all bottled down to Acsc versus XenoZodiac...a moment never thought imaginable. How could Acsc kill off his own original ally, the first to ever show him true loyalty? It was the most trying Challenge of Acsc's career, and he came out the victor. But his victory was hollow indeed, for it saw the elimination of the great XenoZodiac, who has yet to venture back into the game.

 

Acsc found himself allied instead to Alfred on “The A-Team”. This was perhaps Acsc's strangest alliance ever, for Acsc and Alfred were initially bitter enemies. Their feud began in the Season 1 Finale when Alfred defeated Acsc, and it endured for a good portion of Season 2. Although it died down and perhaps ended altogether, it was still a bizarre pairing. But also a brief one. In “The Crossroads of Dawn” (episode 3.11), Acsc finally met his maker. “The A-Team” was sent to The Challenge against each other. Acsc had had some good luck to help him through the season so far, but his luck fell short here. Acsc lost his third Challenge against Alfred, perhaps ultimately verifying that Alfred is the superior player. The loss was critical, as it marked the first time ever that Acsc was eliminated from the game. The remainder of the season felt hollow without him, as he had been the only player to appear in all episodes of the show up until that point.

 

Acsc's performance, however, marked him as a Legend, a status that would be exploited in later seasons.

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Midway through the season, “The Shadowlords” were joined by Andrew the Alien, formerly of “Team Hunger.” Andrew had been placed on probation, but for showing up, he was moved to “The Shadowlords.” Acsc and Xeno's comfortable balance was shifting as a new element was introduced into the mix, and it brought out the more competitive spirit of the duo, especially Xeno who wanted to see that Andrew not hinder his team's performance. But Andrew was quickly eliminated when “The Firerisers” gained their first win and targeted the members of “The Shadowlords.” Acsc and Xeno remained exempt, but Andrew was in harm's way and was eliminated. A week later, “The Shadowlords” had their first win and made bold purchases to increase their scores the following week. In many ways, this displayed both their greed – for they sought to boost their scores – and also their strategy, for the duo contrived away to remain in the top spot longer, thus gaining the benefits. Indeed, “The Shadowlords” won again in “The Hunger Games Special” the following week, thanks to Xeno's impressive score. Around that time, the team gained a prominent new ally in RichWS, who like Xeno and Acsc, would prove to have a significant role in this and future seasons of the show.

Lol...I still remember that you never mentioned that the purchase was allowed once every season. We thought you hadn't thought it out thoroughly and we could purchase it every week. We planned on being invincible, until you told after the purchase that it was our last.

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ALFRED

 

 

SEASON 1

SEASON 2

SEASON 3

Main team: 'The Firerisers”

Main team: “Team Destiny”

Main team: “The FireEaters”

Main ally: Townzy89

Main ally: Townzy89, JackO

Main ally: XenoZodiac

Primary enemy: CEDAR

Primary enemy: Totem

Primary enemy: None

# of episodes: 16 (out of 16)

# of episodes 7 (out of 15)

# of episodes: 13 (out of 15)

First appearance: 1.1 “The Pilot”

1st appearance: 2.1 “Igniting the Sparks”

1st appearance: 3.1 “The First Shadows”

Last appearance: 1.16 “Reflections”

Last appearance: 2.14 “The Dying Fire”

Last appearance: 3.13 “Champion Battleground”

Seasonal Rank: #1

Seasonal Rank: #4

Seasonal Rank: #4

Player of the Season nominee

 

 

Eliminated by: ---

Eliminated by: Townzy89; CEDAR and Acsc1312

Eliminated by: JackO

Average score: 81.92%

Average score: 72.49%

Average score: 71.85%

 

Characterization

 

Since his induction in the game in the series pilot episode, Alfred has often come off as either contrastedly standoffish and humble. He's often seen as humble given the gravity of the players he is matched with. For instance, his Season 1 partner Townzy was much more ambition-driven than Alfred and thus displayed a more aggressiveness to his campaign. This diminished the nature of Alfred's own competitiveness and made him appear humble in relativity to his partner. Yet Alfred is characterized as one of the most driven characters of the game. He always seeks competition and never runs from it, regardless of who he faces. Although he prefers to avoid The Challenge early on in a season, he often welcomes it as a chance to prove his strength in later episodes of a season. He's a fearless warrior, one unafraid to engage in combat, which sets him apart from Acsc, who seeks any option he can to avoid a Challenge, and makes him comparable to CEDAR, perhaps as he knows that, in most cases, there are no matches for him that will be hard to top. Alfred is also characterized by his skill, which is in the upper echelon. In pure skill alone, Alfred is only topped by CEDAR and Totem in known combat, although it is arguable that Townzy and Riczhang are also of higher skill than Alfred. In strategy, Alfred falls behind Totem and Riczhang but places similar to Acsc and DoctorWho. In competitiveness, Alfred places high alongisde Townzy and CEDAR.

 

Season 1

 

Alfred appeared on the main cast of Season 1 as one of the primary stars of the season. Present for all sixteen episodes of the season, Alfred had the longest run of any player that season, aside from Acsc, who appeared in an equal number of episodes.

 

Alfred first appeared in the pilot episode, where he was partnered to Townzy89 on “The Firerisers.” The team was ambitious, but as neither player had participated in the previous game show Box Office Obliteration, both Alfred and Townzy kept largely to themselves in the first few weeks of the season. “The Firerisers”, however, proved to be a potent team, consistently placing near the top, although it would be several weeks before they earned a first place victory. Alfred and Townzy were compatible in that both were driven but also sensible enough to keep out of the primary competition until the time was right. In that way, Alfred avoided major conflicts with other teams and could avoid forging enemies who would send him to The Challenge. However, early on, a dispute became evident between “The Firerisers” and “The Shadowlords” (XenoZodiac and Acsc1312) as both teams were constantly standing in each other's way for dominance in the early stage of the show.

 

When “The Firerisers” finally consolidated their victory in the seventh week of the season (“Heating Up”), they sent one of “The Shadowlords” into The Challenge, albeit the weakest and least involved of “The Shadowlords.” The Challenge saw the elimination of Andrew the Alien and also spurned a bit of rivalry between “The Firerisers” and “The Shadowlords” as now it was evident to XenoZodiac that another team was threatening the members of his team...and that displeased him greatly. “The Shadowlords” would go on to consolidate their own dominance over the next two weeks, leaving “The Firerisers” to fend for themselves in the struggles that endured.

 

Still, Alfred remained candid and was unphased by the struggle. He became an increasingly active participant and, like his partner Townzy, began to display his idealism for victory. Alfred and Townzy were joined by CEDAR. This new prawn on their team was welcomed aboard with warmth, the most warmth that could be borne from “the Firerisers.” And yet, a deeply embedded competitiveness within Townzy irked the placement of CEDAR on the team. Perhaps, in some way, a dissenting anger was borne of CEDAR's placement there. But if it was, Townzy did well to cover it up in those weeks CEDAR belonged to “The Firerisers”, and CEDAR certainly helped carry the team over the next few weeks, leading to their newfound dominance toward the start of the Top Ten games.

 

Shortly thereafter, CEDAR was disbanded from the team to join Cjohn on “The Wild Cards”. Animosity grew, especially in Townzy, and a marvelous fight erupted between CEDAR and the members of “The Firerisers.” In it, Alfred and Townzy were charged with serious allegations of forgery and illegality in previous episodes of the show. The penalties for these charges would be elimination. Alfred was kept largely disclosed from this confrontation, but Townzy embraced it openly and created a riotous comotion that drew in outsiders from the other teams. Despite it all, Alfred maintained some measure of his cool and showed he could be a collected individual.

 

The conflict with “The Shadowkillers” remained very much alive, for Alfred and Townzy won again and sent XenoZodiac himself into a massive derby Challenge, where XenoZodiac was eliminated. While Acsc lamented the loss of his partner, new alliances were in the making, and Alfred found himself separated from Townzy after thirteen long weeks together. Townzy was eliminated at the start of the Final Five games, and Alfred became allied to Acsc1312 on “The Icelords” while CEDAR captained a new “Firerisers” in opposition to Alfred and Acsc. Alfred led his team to victory in the semi-final, a victory that ensured CEDAR would be eliminated. In that move, Alfred avenged Townzy's death and saw the victory “The Firerisers” wanted over CEDAR. Then, Alfred had only one chip left to cash: the elimination of Acsc1312. In a brutally close finale, Alfred defeated Acsc by a mere fraction of a few points, thus winning the season. Alfred was crowned the winner and also recognized as a Player of the Season nominee, alongside other prestigious nominees, including former partner-turned-enemy CEDAR, who won the award.

 

Season 2

 

Rebirthed after the end of the season, Townzy reunited with Alfred on “The Firerisers.” The team planned to once again dominate and find themselves making it to the Final Five games again. Together, they deemed themselves an unstoppable force, only thwarted once by a mistake and an enraged CEDAR. This time, CEDAR would not stand in their way, and “The Firerisers” would plot for first place. But they met their makers. “The Crimson Knights” emerged and sought to ensure Alfred would not win again. Totem had some built up tension from his withdrawal in the previous season, and Totem targeted the previous season's top dogs in an effort to annihilate them early on. The success of “The Crimson Knights” foiled “The Firerisers”, and in a moment of desparation, Alfred and Townzy were both cast into The Challenge. In one of the most critically acclaimed Challenges of the series, “The Firerisers” butted heads one-on-one in the episode “Gathering Storm” (Season 2, episode 2), where “The Knights” sent two of the series' finest against each other. Here, the true strength of the two “Firerisers” could be seen and, once and for all, it could be settled who was stronger between the two. Alfred may have won the previous season but he never engaged Townzy in combat. And here, he faltered, for Townzy won and Alfred was eliminated just two episodes into the season.

 

The elimination was shocking, for Alfred had been the star of season 1, the winner of it all. And now, he was cast off after two episodes. Townzy in particular was displeased and had hoped that he and Alfred would endure throughout the season and once more finish in the Final Five together, perhaps even going all the way this time. In a desparate ploy, Townzy made a bargain with The Creator. In the episode 2.4 “Rising from the Ashes”, Townzy performed a Creator's Challenge, the first ever done. The stakes were high. If Townzy would win, Alfred would be resurrected. But should Townzy lose, Townzy would be eliminated. In the end, Townzy was eliminated and Alfred remain unable to be resurrected. But the Challenge showed the true meaning of loyalty that the game can forge and ultimately proved the spirit of “The Firerisers.”

 

Alfred did finally have his chance at re-entry in the Second Chance Challenge. Alfred competed in a three-round Challenge alongside other competitors who had been eliminated in Season 2 up until that point. Alfred emerged victorious and was one of the two contestants resurrected from the Second Chance Challenge. Alfred had hoped the other contestant resurrected would be Townzy89, but Townzy did not participate in the Second Chance Challenge, and thus “The Firerisers” would not come back together. But Alfred found a new strong ally in JackO, with whom he banded to form “Team Destiny.” The team was poised to avenge their losses, as Totem was still alive and without his Knight partner Riczhang to back him up anymore. Alfred's main goal at this point was to see Totem eliminated to avenge Townzy, as Townzy had tried to avenge Alfred.

 

Alfred succeeded. After winning in the episode 2.11 “Destiny”, and causing the eliminations of Goffe and XenoZodiac, Alfred turned his attention on outlasting and outperforming Totem. At this point, as “The Shadowkillers” were blazing through victory and were disgruntled over the loss of their partner Goffe, Alfred ignored all else, focusing only on making it to the Final Five games, where he would hope to outmatch Totem. Alfred earned his moment in the first episode of the Final Five games, where Alfred went into The Challenge against Totem. Alfred slaughtered Totem, avenging Townzy89 and bringing a final peace to “The Firerisers” - who would never again band together. Although Alfred was eliminated a week later alongisde his partner JackO, he left the season in a state of bliss, having accomplished one of “The Firerisers'” goals that season.

 

Season 3

 

Saddened to find that Townzy had not been resurrected for the third season, Alfred began the season as a loner, alongside the other individual players of the season. The competitive drive to find a partner cast Alfred quickly into XenoZodiac's hands. It was an unexpected pairing, but one that helped rekindle the spirit of Box Office Alliance's ultimate feud: the one between “The Shadowlords” and “The Firerisers.” Now the last of both teams banded together to form “The FireEaters”, and any hostility between their teams had to be cast aside so that Alfred and Xeno could work together to achieve victory.

 

It was a trying season, but Alfred managed to skim by large, and with Xeno's help, “The FireEaters” proved their skill and endurance. Midway through the season, they earned their first victory, and they sent “Ice Ice Baumy” into The Challenge. One of the first teams to form that season, “Ice Ice Baumy” was composed entirely of rookie players, but that didn't stop Alfred from perceiving them as a threat. The elimination of Iceroll followed, but it also helped awaken the beast within Baumer, although he was a humble player who never lashed back out at his enemies, not even Alfred who caused Iceroll's demise.

 

Alfred suffered tremendous losses in the Special Hosts session of two weeks. Down from first placement to nearly last, Alfred was placed on a chopping block. By Guest Host Goffe's call, Alfred was to be eliminated. The upset this caused called for an intervention, and by it, Alfred was allowed to stay alive and fight for his survival in a Mega Challenge. Competiting with his own partner XenoZodiac and also going up against rival Acsc1312 and rookie player ChD, Alfred emerged in first place in The Challenge and moved on to join the Top Ten games for the season. Ironically, Alfred joined forces with Acsc, the other of the two “Shadowlords”, on “The A-Team.” In one season, Alfred became allied to both of his original enemies from Season 1. However, his alliance to Acsc was cut short when the duo were sent into a Challenge in “The Crossroads of Dawn” (3.11). There, Alfred trumped Acsc again, eliminating him just shy of the Final Five games.

 

In the week that followed, a technicality in the Challenge nearly cost Alfred and Baumer their shots at the Final Five. The uncertainty that formed from it would have caused Alfred's elimination but instead, both Alfred and Baumer were allowed to pass on to the Final Five games on probationary status. In the first round of the Final Five games, Alfred confronted his boss antagonist Sims. Sims crushed Alfred in their match-up as Alfred was a no-show for the week. Thus, Alfred was sent into The Challenge. He ultimately lost The Challenge to JackO, formerly his partner on “Team Destiny” a season prior. Alfred was eliminated in fourth place, but he accomplished one goal: he became the first player to make it into the Final Five games three seasons in a row.

 

Alfred's performance in the first three seasons earned him the status of Legend, which would bear certain effects on future seasons.

 

Other Statistics

 

Teams by Season

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3

“The Firerisers” (Episodes 1-14) with Townzy89 and CEDAR (episodes 6-10)

“The Firerisers” (Episodes 1-2) with Townzy89

“The FireEaters” (Episodes 3-7) with XenoZodiac

“The Icelords” (Episode 14) with Acsc1312

“Team Destiny” (Episodes 10-14) with JackO

“The A-Team” (Episodes 10-11) with Acsc1312

 

Reception

 

Alfred is usually well-received by other players. Although he does ocassionally form some strong enemies, his mild temper usually allows for little antagonism between him and other members of the game. He has received several awards throughout the show, including being recognized as a Player of the Season nominee in Season 1. Among other awards, he has been recognized for teamwork and sportsmanship and was awarded the Most Respected Player Award in Season 3, signifying that he is a well-respected player whom the other members can look up to.

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My whole story has already been told in those 2 bio's. I think I was mentioned more than either of them in their own damn stories. I'm such a fame whore. :lol:

Just admit it Creator, I am the greatest thing to ever happen to this game and the single greatest moment was when I exposed Townzy's ways to the world. That sure was glorious, I feel like picking a fight with someone again. :lol:

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