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Your board is cordially invited to participate in a SOKUNIGGER TOURNAMENT. Enter to compete for glory for yourself and your board.

TOURNAMENT STARTS AT MARCH 23RD, 8PM UTC https://time.is/UTC https://prolikewoah.com/t/20240323T20 

MAIN THREAD: https://zzzchan.xyz/japan/thread/11497.html
BRACKETS LINK: https://challonge.com/SOKUAWAKENING
SIGN UP FOR THE TOURNEY HERE: https://challonge.com/tournaments/signup/KS4EWGAMZL#/signup/r6sdsoi3ztc
STREAM LINK (when the tourney starts): https://cytu.be/r/touhourney

For those that do not want to register manually, post the name that you are signing up with in the main thread. It will be added to the brackets.

Hisoutensoku is an expansion to Touhou 10.5 SWR and is a multiplayer fighting game made by Tasofro with ZUN's approval. It's easy to learn, hard to master battle system makes for fun and fast paced matches with counterhits often launching girls across the screen. Very fast when played right. As a P2P game, game hosts must forward ports in order to play it or use specific workarounds.


Full installation: https://mega.nz/#!ashhnZza!cWdD2mqnQSfpzow5h_LDABQzHOnAiHDL62ceAOF6z9k
Mirror: http://www.mediafire.com/file/7ulje2arv05zjbg/Touhou_Hisoutensoku_%252B_Full_Unlock_%252B_SokuRoll_%252B_SWRSToys_%252B_Tensokukan.zip/file
Modpack: https://mega.nz/file/m5ghXYLQ#waa_R8bY-JmApb3Xia__6MetYdKddmCk39QwkJEGlGc

Get soku, then extract contents of swrs toys (modpack archive) directly into the same folder. 

To host, a hosting player forwards a port (detailed instructions are available on the internet) and provides IP with a port in an IP:Port format, launches the game and uses the Vs Network menu to start the server. Client connects to provided IP and port and plays game. For hosts, please be sure to check the options menu to set a port and disable the "post to bot" checkmark if you don't want random people from the lobby to join instead of people in the thread. If no one's joining in the thread, playing people from the lobby can be a good idea to practice!

Should a port be unable to be forwarded, workarounds exist - Autopunch is installed in a modpack and is used automatically in case of un-forwarded ports. Keep in mind that it can fail on some routers and workplace connections and that ping will likely be less desirable, so please forward your ports.

Wiki: https://hisouten.koumakan.jp/

People are advised to check the main thread for hosted practice games and topical discussion. You never know what you may find!

-If final player count is below 26 players, the event will be a Best of 3, Double Elimination contest. Otherwise, it will be a Best of 3, Single Elimination contest.
-Use autopunch as a host when forwarding ports is impossible. Try to mention that it's used in the thread in case of connection failures - for some players, autopunch may simply not work. Link for non-modpack games here - https://github.com/delthas/autopunch
-Streamer is likely to be autistic, please put up with him.
-Take it easy.


From previous tournaments, there are some things that we've learned regarding the setup. Therefore, all participants are asked to get a couple things ready for when something inevitably goes wrong.


As spectating is unreliable at best, it's best to automatically save replays (enable in options). After the match, one of the players must upload the replays (found in Hisoutensoku\replay) and then give strmfag the link. This will let everyone see your matches on strm.


If you can't host, get autopunch (https://github.com/delthas/autopunch ; full installation already has this); both players need this. It will likely not function on a work network or an old router, so keep that in mind. If the participants fail to have a game until the winner is needed for the next round, it will be decided by concede or coinflip.


If a player is absent during the first round, his match is skipped until the rest of the matches within the round are done. If he's not there by then, he's counted as a bye and his opponent advances in the bracket. Same applies to later rounds. Don't hold everyone up.
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Do >we have enough lurkers to organize a tournament? I know I can't play fighting games, much less soku.
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Add zerotier to the list of workarounds.
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Time to get absolutely curbstomped by sokuniggers
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only one way to find out
and tourney is in 3 weeks, you have PLENTY of time for a great training montage
zerotier is fucking horrible

now hosting in central thread!
When's the Big Bang Beat game night/tournament, though? If this is the wrong sokunigger, my bad.
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we (sokunigger council) tried hosting it in online multiplayer, only to find that the game's multiplayer servers shut off years ago
so until some nerd reverse engineers the whole game, including the server part which is unavailable for download, never
I dont know what toohoo is but I want to have sex with them
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Yeah you and the rest of earth
host up in central thread
>>237307 (OP) 
why are 2hu niggers always the most retarded shitposters ever?
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The intelligent 2hu fans use all their brainpower to dodge bullets.
The unintelligent 2hu fans are pedophiles.
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It's OK I'm not joining...
I want to suck on Yuuka's titties.
wake up new magnum opus dropped
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>>237307 (OP) 
>Soku still doesn't work with my ports and I have no idea why
I guess I'll trying to get it working again.
>magnum opus
I mean it's ok, it's not that good, nobody is that involved on /japan/ to care about its "history". if you had done something that encompassed the whole webring, then maybe. I don't really get the bit about zzzchan allegedly being "spammed everywhere" that never happened, unless you're confusing or maliciously attempt to conflate zchan with zzzchan, which I guess is somewhat understandable seen the similar names. 6/10 for oc, you could've done so much more in 4 years.
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>>237307 (OP) 
This isnt even a real 2hu game.
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>if you had done something that encompassed the whole webring
most of the boards were involved doe
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whatever u say boss
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great webm.mp4
I wish I wasn't absolute trash at fighting games
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if it's any consolation, I can't play any fightan well but soku
>I don't really get the bit about zzzchan allegedly being "spammed everywhere"
its about eden spamming zzzchan everywhere to make it look bad, or he'd oy vey over /geimu/ being extremely low PPH
>15 minutes of ayafag jerking
reminder that there was a /japan/ before this fuckwit took over and forced it over on kissu, then, julay, then here, and it was chill.
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>>237307 (OP) 
At this point I'd rather play one of the many "my very own soku 2" mods out there than the real game. Almost every system is fundamentally flawed and every character is mechanically broken or just broken. I don't find any enjoyment in it past "haha hnk reimu". There are so many old, good and potato friendly fighting games you can play online nowadays you don't have to go for the melty-core poorfag choices.
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Kindly list some
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On the top of my head, without using fightcade because you (the average poster) are autistic?
SC2 is not completely calculator tier potato friendly, but since dolphin is extremely well made nowadays and it is a very optimized game it runs very easily and it has the mod to play with all the console exclusives. Since naomi works online now stuff like doa 2, a bunch of vf games, cvs2, rumble fish and probably some other I'm forgetting to mention, they work online now. There's also this one which I would love to try if all the players weren't on a discord server https://wiki.gbl.gg/w/Pokemon:_Close_Combat . I know you can also easily play PS1 games but I never looked into it. The number of options would skyrocket with fightcade, but oh well.
ok, thats cool
you should make your own tourney after this one, we had samsho tourney at one point and people actually showed up
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I'd play pokken with you.
If it works on linux
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The only free online fighting game I know of that is any good is Melty Blood AACC. I hear Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax has a free fan made PC port with rollback but you gotta delve into Discord for it.

As for games of the mugen persuasion there is Sonic the Fighters: Blitz and
Hyper Dragon Ball Z, the latter of which I can attest to being awesome.
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If you manage to get it running I'll open lilith.
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Non Soku tourneys would be great to see. Even if it ends up being AoCF or Melty. Depending on how well this soku tourney goes we could be able to figure out how viable whatever game is chosen would be. I do remember there being a SC2 tourney at one point so that should be easy to setup if anybody was there to set it up.
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melty or most fightcade stuff wouldn't be that difficult to set up; the problem is that unless you host a lot of games for everyone involved (and spam a LOT of adjacent shitboards), the event ends up dead, so it ends up time consuming for the host
it's a time commitment, but if you undertake it, it could be a very successful event, so I hope someone does the thing
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also hosting in the main thread right now
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>and spam a LOT of adjacent shitboards
Can't be bothered. I really want to do soul calibur, the pokemon game or even virtual on but PR is a pain in the ass. Specially when you have to handle a dozen boards that want to kill each other and are also dead. Props to whoever makes these for even trying, because I couldn't.
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Because there is literally no good place to end up in.
everyone just settled on the least worst one for them.
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>At this point I'd rather play [...]
<well you can do a tourney of your own maybe
>Can't be bothered.
ok have a nice day
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Nigger they're not the only ones who like touhou, go eat a dick.
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I think the new jschan update broke functionality, clicking on post numbers no longer adds it to the reply box. I also can't drag it anymore.

that is where the only primary in the entire webring lives THOUGH
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works on my machine on tor and librewolf
tourney is THIS weekend! at saturday! be there for practice games kudasaiiii!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I can't I'll be too busy playing "real" fighting games
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its friday! come play soku, tomorrow is the event day!
call me when someone actually chooses to hosd at a reasonable hour
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Please enjoy the prestream. Tournament starts in approximately 1 hour. We apologize for the delay - and hope you have fun playing!
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Tourney's over and Az (Sakuya) won! Congratulations!

Consider practicing more on our board! See you next time!
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