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Day 1: Opening Ceremony

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Day 1: Opening Ceremony

Post by Aranho on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:24 am

Mike: Good evening to all of the home viewers watching this. You are now watching the live coverage of the Opening Ceremony of the Tourist City Simlympics April 2009. I'm your commentator, Mike.
Alex: And this is Alex. Good evening to you all out there.
Mike: It's now 7:58 pm Singapore time and it could be any moment now before the opening ceremony for the 9th Simlympiad begins.
Alex: Yup, it certainly is. Raffore Islands' journey to the 9th Simlympiad is one tough jounrey.
Mike: No doubt about that, despite having Escambia as the other bidder for the 9th Simlympiad.
Alex: And Escambia's bid is definately tough for Raffore Islands as Escambia's is more spacious.
Mike: At first, when I compare both ofthe bids, I thought that Escambia would win the rights to host the 9th Simlympiad.
Alex: Well, it was a close fight.
Mike: And I heard that Raffore Islands will plan something special for Escambia.
Alex: I really wonder what it is...
Mike: Oh. The stadium lights have dimmed. The opening ceremony is about to begin.
Alex: So all of you viewers out there, enjoy the opening ceremony.

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Let the countdown to the opening ceremony begins in 30, 29...
28, 27, 26, 25, 24...
23, 22, 21, 20...
19, 18...
17, 16...
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Let the ceremony begins!

[Fireworks then starts to pop in the clear night sky]


Alex: Wow. That was certainly a great way to get the people pumped up for the opening ceremony.
Mike: Yes it is.

[Tons of laser then begins to fly around the stadium, forming different formations everytime]

Alex: Cool. Raffore Islands really plan such fantastic shows.
Mike: Yes. It's all colourful. I wonder what's next.

The lasers then slowly form a shape of the Malaysian Peninsular without Raffore Islands
Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the first performance; the Birth of the Child.
[The lasers then fade away to reveal the dancers lying face down on the ground forming the outline of the Malaysian Peninsular]

[Meanwhile, a soothing music is being played]
[The dancers then slowly rise up and dances around the stadium gracefully]
[The dancers then form the Union Jack]
[The dancers then form the American Flag]
[The dancers then move graciously across the stadium to form the outline of the Malaysian Peninslar with Raffore Islands in sight]

Mike: A good way to showcase the history of Raffore Islands.
Alex: That's right. This first performance basically showcasing the change of colonial power prior to the formation of the state of Raffore Islands as the 51st state of the United States of America. Raffore Islands is actually a reclamation plan by the British, which later been taken over by the Americans due to poor financialing of the reclamation project by the British.

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the second performance; The Child's Maturity.
[The war siren sounded and the dancers of the previous performance "evacuated" by running out of the "stage"]
[Meanwhile, the stadium floodlights dimmed as the war siren sound echoes into the darkness]
[Out of the blue, there was an explosion in a form of a firework]
[Immediately after the explosion, the floodlights focus to the center of the stadium as an American musical rock band, Fall Out Boy, played couple of their songs]
[The crowd then cheered wildly for Fall Out Boy]
[When the band begun playing, hip hops dancers run into the stadium carrying "weapons" as in styrofoam clubs, plastic bottles with a simulated fire buring inside it {to represent Molotov Cocktails} and styrofoam broken chair legs. Some of the hip hop dancers also dress as either the police or the army]
[The dancers then react the scenes of the Raffore Civil War by making the "rioting civilians" "clashing" with the "police" and the "army"]
[The dancers then "change their outfit" by flipping the flaps sewn into their costumes to either dressing in red or blue]
[The blue dancers then form a flag of the United Nations while the red form the "Hammer and Sickle"]
[Both the red and blue dancers then run towards each other, forming the outline of Raffore Islands]
[The blue dancers then slowly "change their outfit" to red in color starting from the border with the other red dancers, making the "wave of changing the costume" through to the edge of Raffore Islands outline]
[After everyone "change" to red, all of the dancers, in unison, "change" to the design of the Flag of the People's Republic of Raffore Islands {Communist Raffore Islands}]


Mike: Interesting performance. Depicting the troubled period of Raffore Islands.
Alex: Exactly. We have the Raffore Civil War and the Raffore War, both of the events which shaped Raffore Islands to turn communist at that time.
Mike: As with Fall Out Boy's rock songs as the music background, it just pumped us up and giving us the mood of the feelings faced during the troubled period.
Alex: It sure definately is. Now, let's go back to the live coverage of the Opening Ceremony.


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Part 2

Post by Aranho on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:26 am

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the third performance; Child's New Friend.
[With a cleared stadium, the floodlights dimmed and a video is being played {with only black and white and vintage color} on the stadium's ground facing all four directions {meaning that there are 4 videos playing the same film}]
[The video starts of with Mao Zedong appointing Li Heping as the new leader of Raffore Islands.
It then show Heping giving a speech in Chinese-accented English about Raffore Islands severing all ties with every countries of the world except South East Asian countries and Japan.
It then shows Heping walking around Raffore Islands, viewing the conditions of the people living in slums during Heping's rule of Raffore Islands and showing Heping changing tons of the country's policy and law to help improve the living conditions of Raffore Islands.
The film then shows the people all happy with the change of the living conditions and the people demanding for proper healthcare, education, housing and other basic stuff.
It then show Heping travelling to Singapore by ferry and meeting the then Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Kwan Yew.
The film then ends with a speech given by Li Heping of the merger of Raffore Islands into Singapore as one country.]
[Dancers with inflated props then enters the stadium with the different achievements {Tourist City, Racial Harmony, National Service, high-rise residential building, industrial seaport, Senoko International Airport, etc.} made by Li Heping during under the merger period]
[A person impersonating Li Heping and the real Lee Kwan Yew appear into the stadium and walk towards the center of the stadium]
[The audience the cheered wildly]
["Li Heping" then gave the most famous speech {the cut-downed version}]
"Li Heping": Dear citizens of Raffore Islands. This man, the Prime Minister of Singapore, Mr Lee Kwan Yew, has helped Raffore Islands turned from a communist country into a democratic country. This man specially helps to groom the Child into a developed nation we have today. This man helps our child to step out into the ever changing and tough world. This man when into the extra mile to help change our country to what it is now. So ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, today, on June the first 1993, the State of Raffore Islands will now be an independent sovereign state of Raffore Islands. On this day, this is where the child will split from its parents and step into the international stage. On this day! We shall be independent!
[The audience and dancers then cheered wildly with tears of national pride running down their cheeks]
[Immediately after the speech, there was a firework display]

Mike: Now that is what I call national pride.
Alex: Very true. The citizens of Raffore Islands sure are proud of their Child, which is Raffore Islands.
Mike: The speech is also very touching, am I right?
Alex: It sure it. Everyone is like basically crying with joy. If you look at the close up of Lee Kwan Yew's eyes right now, you will be able to see tears.
Mike: It certainly is a great moment. This Simlympics is certainly a great way for Raffore Islands to showcase their national pride, especially in times of trouble right now.
Alex: Now let's go back to the ceremony.

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, we give you the fourth and final performance; Child's Goal towards Global Recognition.
[The stadium floodlights then dim]
[Sounds of drums was then bing played and the whole stadium is litted]
[The dancers then appear again with inflated props with the different achievements {Tourist City International Airport, E!City, Sports Hub, Global Trading Hub, Spaceport, etc.} after the independence of Raffore Islands]
[The inflated props was then deflated and the dancers form the Olympic Ring]
[An aircraft made by the government-owned company Rasa, the Pelican, then flew over and into the stadium]
[The Pelican then pick up the Olympic Ring and slowly lift it up in the air]
[Co-currently, the mini stage that Fall Out Boy is on then lifted slowly with the same speed as the speed the Pelican is lifting the Olympic Rings into the air]
[The mini stage turns out to be an inflated globe and the Olympic Ring is rised into the air at full view of everyone]

[There was a firework display in the midnight sky]

Mike: Now that is what I call unique.
Alex: It certainly is. I believe this is the first time a vehicle has been used to lift up the Olympic Ring.
Mike: Yup, it is. Now, we will go for a commercial break and then we will be back for the second part of the live coverage of the Opening Ceremony. Stay tuned.


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Part 3

Post by Aranho on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:26 am

Alex: Welcome back to the live coverage of the Tourist City Simlympics April 2009 Opening Ceremony. Earlier on, we have a couple of spectacular performances depicted about the history of Raffore Islands.
Mike: That's right.
[The stadium lights then dim]
Mike: Oh. It seems that the next part of the Opening Ceremony is about to begin.
Alex: And it will be the Parade of Nations.
Mike: That's right. Let's go back to the live coverage of the Opening Ceremony as we begin the second part of the Ceremony.

[The Stadium floodlights then dim]
Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Please welcome the rock band Fall Out boy.
[The crowd then cheered wildly]
Announcer: And let the Parade of Nations begins! First in line is the nation of New Rhodesia.

Announcer: New Rhodesia is the first host nation of the First Simlympiad back in October 2006 with only 4 nations participating. However, New Rhodesia did not participate in this 9th Simlympiad, therefore only the banner is shown representing New Rhodesia.
[And the rest of the nations}



















































Announcer: Next in line, Escambia.

[The crowd cheered and gave a standing ovation to Escambia]
[Confetti was then been shot out, following with a fireworks display]
Announcer: Escambia has been given this little surprise as it is the only other nation that bid for the 9th Simlympiad, losing to Raffore Islands.
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Part 4

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Announcer: Now, next in line are the previous host of the Simlympics. The host nation of the 2nd Simlympiad, Dunstonville.

Announcer: Dunstonville did not participate in the 9th Simlympiad, therefore only the banner would be representing the nation. Next in line, the host nation of the 3rd Simlympiad, Avery.

Announcer: Avery did not participate in the 9th Simlympiad, therefore only the banner would be representing the nation. Next in line, the host nation of the 4th Simlympiad, Lower Columbia.

Announcer: Next in line, the host nation of the 5th Simlympiad, Osturland.

Announcer: Osturland did not participate in the 9th Simlympiad, therefore only the banner would be representing the nation. Next in line, the host nation of the 6th Simlympiad, Windsor.

Announcer: Next in line, the host nation of the 7th Simlympiad, Dimland.

Announcer: Next in line, the host nation of the 8th Simlympiad, Shalman Commonwealth.

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Before we continue on with the Parade of Nations, let us take a moment of silence in respect for the people who sacrifice and loss their lives during the Shalman Civil Uprising. Let us take a moment of silence.
[A minute later]
Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, let us continue on with the Parade of Nations. Next in line, the host nation of the 1st Winter Simlympiad, Rorysville.

[The stadium floodlights then dim]
[The local band Fame N Fortune then take over Fall Out Boy]
Announcer: And last in line, the host nation of the 9th Simlympiad, Raffore Islands!

[Fame N Fortune then began to pay their songs while the crowd cheered]
[There as also a short fireworks display]


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Part 5

Post by Aranho on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:26 am

Mike: Once again, what a good way to end the Parade of Nations.
Alex: Exactly. There must have been tons of national pride going on.
Mike: Yup. I wonder what other critics will say.
Alex: And adding host of previous Simlympics despite that particular country not participating in this Simlympics, that simply completes the history of the Simlympics.
Mike: Whoever plan the whole Opening Ceremony must have been smart.
Alex: Now let's go back to the live coverage of the Opening Ceremony.

[Fall Out Boy and Fame N Fortune then walks out of the Stadium]
[The Simlympics Judges then walk into the Stadium]
[A representative for the Athletics and the Judges each then walks to the mini raised stage where Fall Out Boy and Fame N Fortune were performing on]
Announcer: The athletics and the judges will now said the oaths.
Athletic Representative: All athletics, please raise your right hand and repeat after me. In the name of all competitors, I promises that we shall compete in these games respecting and biding by the rules which govern in the spirit of sportsmanship.
Athletics: In the name of all competitors, I promises that we shall compete in these games respecting and biding by the rules which govern in the spirit of sportsmanship.
Judge Representative: All judge, please raise your right hand and repeat after me. In the name of all judges, I promise that we shall officiate with complete impartiality respecting and biding by the rules witch govern in the true spirit of sportsmanship.
Judge: In the name of all judges, I promise that we shall officiate with complete impartiality respecting and biding by the rules witch govern in the true spirit of sportsmanship.
[The crowd then gave a round of applause]

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. The arrival of the Simlympic Flag, the Flag of New Rhodesia and the Flag of Raffore Islands.
[The three flags, carried by children, then enter the Stadium and are being carried to the flagpoles]
[The adults then take over with the flags prepare to raise the flags]
Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Please rise as we sing the national anthem of Raffore Islands.
[The national anthem was then being played while the Flag of Raffore Islands is being raised]
Announcer: Now, the national anthem of New Rhodesia.
[The national anthem was then being played while the Flag of New Rhodesia is being raised]

Announcer: Now, the Simlympic anthem.
[The anthem was then being played while the Simlympic Flag is being raised]


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Part 6

Post by Aranho on Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:26 am

Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Please welcome Jonathan Uganda Thwandi.
[Jonathan then enters the stadium and wave to the crowd]

[Jonathan then jogs to Ma Weiyang, the second athletic to win a gold medal in the Inter-Union Games]
[Weiyang's 12 years old son is carrying the Torch and Jonathan pass the flame to Weiyang's son's torch]
[Weiyang then jog together with his son to the next person, Edbert Wengatiwan Yongsudi, the first athletic to win a gold medal in the Inter-Union Games]
[Edbert's 13 years old daughter is carrying the Torch and Weiyang's son pass the flame to Edbert's daughter's torch]
[Edbert then jog together with his daughter to the next person, Philemon Ravenhill Louis, the second athletic to win a gold medal in the First AIN Games]
[Philemon's 10 years old son is carrying the Torch and Edbert's daughter pass the flame to Philemon's son's torch]
[Philemon then jog together with his son to the next person, Chan Yu Li Timothy, the first athletic to win a gold medal in the First AIN Games]
[Timothy's 13 years old son is carrying the Torch and Philemon's son pass the flame to Timothy's son's torch]
[Timothy then jog together with his son to the final torch bearer, James Brandon Chin, the first athletic to win a gold medal in the 8th Simlympiad]
[James' 12 years old daughter is carrying the Torch and Timothy's son pass the flame to James' daughter's torch]
[James and his daughter jog to a certain point]
James: Daughter, you see these steps?
[Laser then light up to "form" a flight of stairs]
Daughter: Yes dad.
James: Climb up this flight of steps to the rooftop of the stadium.
[The daughter then "climb" up the flight of steps to the rooftop while moving her legs to look as if she is climbing up a real flights of stairs, with only rope suspension supporting her]
[She then reached to the rooftop]
Daughter: Dad, what do I do with the Torch now?
James: Light up the rope.
[The daughter then light the rope up and the rope caught on fire]
[After a few seconds, the {hologram} fire darts on the rope towards the Cauldron]

[A firework then shoots out from the Cauldron and the Cauldron is litted with the fire]

[The crowd then cheered for the flame]
[A short fireworks display then followed]


Announcer: Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. Please rise for the arrival of the President of the International Simlympic Committee, Slacker, and the President of the Organizing Committee of Tourist City 2009 and the Prime Minister of Raffore Islands, James Wee Hsien Koh.
[The crowd then cheered as both Slacker and James walk into the Stadium]
Announcer: Please take your seat. The President of the International Simlympics Committee, Slacker, shall now give a speech. Mr. Slacker, please.


Slacker:
Thanks for welcoming me to Tourist City here tonight on this very special occasion.

I'd like to start by thanking everyone who has worked tirelessly in these past few weeks to prepare Tourist City for the world coming to it's doors over these next 14 days. I'd also like to thank the ISC who have worked equally hard in preparing a lot of stuff behind the scenes to ensure we put on the best games for you, the spectators.

'Huge Family, One Game' is the slogan that you will see all through Raffore Islands; upon billboards, on the sides of buildings, on the lips of children as they watch their heroes competing for a medal. A slogan has never been so fitting for a Simlympics as this one. As our World is in the midst of economic crisis, it's a perfect opportunity for sport to do what sport does best; unite the people. As one huge family during these games, we can do just that. And perhaps for the next two weeks, Tourist City will be a shining beacon to the rest of humanity.

Thank you and enjoy the games.

[The crowd then gave a round of applause]
Announcer: Thank you Mr. Slacker. The President of the Organizing Committee of Tourist City 2009 and the Prime Minister of Raffore Islands, James Wee Hsien Koh, shall now give a speech. Mr. Wee, please.

James:
Good evening Slacker, President of the International Simlympics Committee, Representative of several nations, distinguish guests, distinguish athletics and citizens of Raffore Islands. Welcome to the Opening Ceremony of the Ninth Simlympiad. It has been a long journey for Raffore Islands, our Child, to walk the tough journey into the world, and she never gives up. She gave all her best to achieve what she wanted, and that is to host the Simlympics. And she did. And to thank all of us for your support, she has given us the most spectacular Opening Ceremony you can ever imagine.

Huge family, one game. That is the slogan for this installment of the Simlympics. All of us here, whether we are athletics, or just visitors, or just a citizen of Raffore Islands, we are one big family. And a family does not have any comflicts amongst one another, and that is our aim for this Simlympics. We shall compete with great sportsmanship, great friendship and never let evil truimph over us. And we shall enjoy ourselves during this whole 16 days of the Simlympics. The former Shalman Empire, now the Shalman Commonwealth, all of the other hosts, have given us their best performance during the Simlympics, and we shall do the same. Even if we either win or lose, we all know that we have given our best. Most importantly, remember to have fun So let us participate in this Simlympics with a good fighting spirit and, at the same time, have fun!

[The crowd then cheered]
James: Mr. Slacker, please stand beside me.
[Slacker then walks to James]
James: Shall we both announce it together?
Slacker: Sure.
James: Okay then. 3, 2, 1.
James and Slacker: We declare that the 9th Simlympiad Games held at Tourist City open!
[The crowd then cheered]
[A fireworks display then followed]



Mike: Wow. What a great Opening Ceremony.
Alex: It certainly is great.
Mike: To all of the home viewers out there, for have just watched the live coverage of the Opening Ceremony.
Alex: Goodbye and goodnight.
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Re: Day 1: Opening Ceremony

Post by Slacker on Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:24 am

Fantastic Smile.
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Post by Monegasque on Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:44 am

Brilliant, Smile
Nice Choice of Hosts haha, Wink
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Post by philly_boy on Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:49 am

haha it was a pleasure being you co-host alex xD

Great opening Aran Smile
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Post by cormiermax on Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:50 am

great job Very Happy
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Post by LeLeOne on Wed Apr 08, 2009 8:21 am

wow great ceremony Smile
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Post by anarchy0029 on Wed Apr 08, 2009 8:31 am

Pretty good ceremony.
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Post by Peter on Wed Apr 08, 2009 8:34 am

stunning ceremony aran!
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Re: Day 1: Opening Ceremony

Post by Kitsune on Wed Apr 08, 2009 9:22 am

Good job.
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Post by knarfmo on Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:16 am

Great ceremony!
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Re: Day 1: Opening Ceremony

Post by Guest on Wed Apr 08, 2009 2:30 pm

great job Very Happy

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Post by Matt on Wed Apr 08, 2009 2:41 pm

Very nice ! Congrats Wink
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Re: Day 1: Opening Ceremony

Post by Aranho on Wed Apr 08, 2009 9:59 pm

Thanks guys. Finally, after all my fault of the previous version of the Simlympics Opening Ceremony, the April Simlympics is back on its tracks!

Day 2 results will be posted on April 9 2009, 8:30 pm GMT+8. Look out for it Very Happy
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Post by Kitsune on Wed Apr 08, 2009 10:41 pm

Its a real shame I start work at that time lol
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Post by mitsos on Sat Apr 11, 2009 9:55 pm

great ceremony Aranho. good job Very Happy
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Re: Day 1: Opening Ceremony

Post by Aranho on Sat Apr 11, 2009 10:19 pm

Thanks.
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