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Old 07-01-2007, 12:56 PM   #22
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Re: DunLo Vs. FlatLine.....(Topical...) 4-3

VOTE ON:
-ON TOPIC- I gotta go with Dunlo, 'over the horizon' is quite a versitile topic and both stuck to it, but i felt that the atmosphere Dunlo created had a stronger 'over the horizon' feel to it

-DEPTH- Again, Dunlo took this, the statements in Flatlines were a bit too broken in places to create as much depth

-IMAGERY- Dunlo created a stronger aura of images, mostly because his sentances were longer which gave him more versatility.

-ORIGINALITY- Flatline was exploring some more creative shit, whereas Dunlo was slightly more bread and butter

-FLOW- Flatline would have won without the multis anyway, but with them he had a much better flow. This was Dunlos weakest point.

-MULTIS- Flatline took this in technicality, although he sacrificed some of his ability to say exactly what he wanted for more multis (which are quite constraining), which let him down in terms of topic, depth and imagery

-VOCAB- Flatline had a more complex vocab, more syllables etc

Overall - Flatline you could of taken this if you hadn't put SO MANY multis in. they were impressive, but once you go beyond a certain threshhold you lose control of your ability to completely say what you want. dunlo you created a great atmosphere, loved the ending, next time try and tackle the topic from a more creative angle (and watch your flow).

Vote> DunLo, but great battle guys props to both
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