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  1. Siknes

    Siknes i!GET INFECTED!i

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    topics are:

    1. your fighting in a war and ur the last one left in ur unit
    2. your city just got hit by a meteor
    3. your lover stabbed you in the back
    4. you just saw someone get murdered
    5. you just won the lottery
    6. you went to a circus that was wierd as fuck
    7. you went the zoo and the animals all escaped
    8. you just jumped off the empire state building
    9. You just got pimp slapped by a pimp


    no d/r, swaying, etc

    3-0 is ko
    5 votes wins
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  2. Siknes

    Siknes i!GET INFECTED!i

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    *edited to add topic... topic = 2. your city just got hit by a meteor


    It cast its shadow over the earth.. we felt the heat first
    Then the impact gave birth to the worst
    destruction,
    annihilation
    And Devestation
    my city in flames
    im buried under rubble and start shoutin out names
    of all the cats I was just chillin wit smoking cigarettes
    shootin shit wit on the stoop getting stupid
    wut the fuk just happened it came from outerspace
    a ball of death hell sent encased wit flames
    universal terrorism bombin my block god must hate us
    a suicide bomb from the galaxies alqaeda
    I’m watchin the world change the start of a dark age
    On a planet that can no longer receives the sun’s rays
    As I dig my self out it starts to rain
    But recognize that nothing can put out the tremendous flames
    I hear women and children scream bodies is still droppin
    This cities a tomb stone and the worlds a giant coffin
    Its world war 3, only this battles for survival
    As governments fail and the whole world turns tribal
    I hear shots ring as cats battle at safeway for soup cans
    batteries bottled water and loaves of bread
    the only dough that matters in a world gripped with disaster
    after the impact left anything we knew intact
    welcome to oblivion with a future darker than obisidian
    for the new world I live in and all of its citizens

    (i think this is aite for my first topical... pz)
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  3. nOnni

    nOnni Active Member

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    im glad you changed... "won the lottery", instead of "one the lottery"

    fool lol
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  4. Siknes

    Siknes i!GET INFECTED!i

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    wow my typo really excited u huh
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  5. nOnni

    nOnni Active Member

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    not at all

    and I was gonna right you off as being just another idiot

    but then I see Mr Lif, so ill give you another chance lol
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  6. Siknes

    Siknes i!GET INFECTED!i

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    thanx... i guess
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  7. Siknes

    Siknes i!GET INFECTED!i

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    btw... did u mean *write* me off... idiot...lol c even u make mistakes
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  8. nOnni

    nOnni Active Member

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    there you go boy... glad to see you in tune now lol.. Ill be sure to come peep this battle now
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  9. FLAMES.

    FLAMES. dboy fresh.

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    Sorry I took so long. I had school & stuff, writers block.

    2. your city just got hit by a meteor

    Quick 16 for you.

    Action's real, panic feels the streets
    Cars overturned or melted into the concrete
    Flying limbs, medic units going out on a limb
    Who can save us, god waits in the wing - is it him?
    People running, even jumping from buildings
    Survivers ducking & douging the fire, trying to save children
    What's life now that those that are missing has left
    Is there any, anything, anyone left?
    How do we start again, or even when?
    When the heat & dust has cleared, will it start again?
    We've been hit by mountains of pain, civilization weakens
    Only if god had a signal, I'd contact his beckon
    Families scorn, family trees are forever torned
    Singed by mayhem, & unable to reform
    All is lost, & there's not much amongst us
    Even tidal waves, took Liberty from us
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  10. FLAMES.

    FLAMES. dboy fresh.

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  11. FLAMES.

    FLAMES. dboy fresh.

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    ^^^^^^^^^^
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    FLAMES. dboy fresh.

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    FLAMES. dboy fresh.

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  14. Krooked*k

    Krooked*k That's Krook to you

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    first of all id like to say
    I think both these were way too short..
    but..

    Siknes..
    You had some nice vocab in there..a few things didn't really make sense like


    after the impact left anything we knew intact..I see what you were getting at but you worded that kinda blah..
    the story was aight..id have like to seen you both really work..get into it a lil more but this verse was not bad..especially for your first topical
    Roc..
    I was feeling a few things in your piece that was no where to be found in siknes's piece
    like feeling..lol..I got more emotion coming ou of your piece..the vocab was simple in most parts but you also had a nice structure..ida liked to see you keep going with this cus tha ending was kinda like whatever..

    both of these were kinda constricted in length with kinda hurt the entirety of the stories
    but ima go wit Roc
    siknes if you spent time to mature your topical skill you could prolly get pretty damn good tho
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  15. FLAMES.

    FLAMES. dboy fresh.

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    I was rushing, & so was he. But not like him, he only took a Minute out of his time.

    1-0
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  16. ~!O!~

    ~!O!~ ...I'll spank u...

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    ~I liked Siknes' verse better. I don't know why but it just stood out to me. ROC's verse was ok, but I'm a go with Siknes on this one. Good battle though.~
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  17. nOnni

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    Decent if it is your first so I wouldnt give up..

    Breaking it down:

    had some nice parts, some vocab was nice, and the idea was ok.

    however you seemed to flip the script too many times, started off with nice big vocab and a real meaningful piece then it went to "chillin wit ur cats".. the styles didnt blend too well for me...

    Also seemed to struggle to beef it up any, with the soup cans shyt, could have been nice, but showed flaws..

    Like I said though, decent first effort
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  18. nOnni

    nOnni Active Member

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    Issues with your verse:

    The word "torned"...doesnt exist

    and "feel" the street, please tell me it was a typo lol.

    Other then that, pretty nice, flow was even throughout, didnt say anything with "wow" factor, but more consitant, and feel the pain of the "theme" more...

    vote roc
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  19. Siknes

    Siknes i!GET INFECTED!i

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    2-1 roc c
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