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Forum Games / Re: Introducing... The 'Shut up' game.
« on: March 16, 2014, 21:40 »
"Apprentice" is just a little nickname for you in the "Kingdom of Nonsense" if you remember, so stop cussing, kid, and shut up.

14. Luck? I think there's a trick to getting a Shiny Porygon-Z off GTS.

Fake Whatever / Re: Make an Item!
« on: March 16, 2014, 21:24 »

Moves that strike more than once may last twice as long as they usually do.
(Bullet Seed 2-5 becomes Bullet Seed 2-10)

Random Randomness / Re: I have a question for you guys...
« on: March 16, 2014, 07:54 »
Before I answer you, I have a few questions.

Frank wants to tell his father himself rather than ask his mother to do it?

Perhaps Frank wants his father to not doubt that it's true so he needs to tell him directly.

Also, Frank can't write down what he has to tell his father and leave it for him to read, in the hope that his father will come to him instead of Frank having to come to his father?

Who comes out first makes a difference, because if Frank's father confronts him and asks about the sexuality of his "perfect little princess," I imagine that all what your friend Frank should say in that situation is "Yes". I hope writing it out will worry your friend less than saying it to his father's face. If Frank is unhesitant writing to his father about it, then I don't see him getting worried after doing so. He won't have to worry about going to his father himself. When his father confronts him, he won't have to face indecision, because it would be too late for that by then. Things will happen on their own from then on.

Writing it down may get rid of the feeling that the confrontation is imminent. In other words, it's not like his father is standing before him as he writes down his feelings. Frank would not sense imminent conflict and would have resources to choose his words carefully with this approach. Frank won't have to make any major decisions after putting it down on paper and leaving it where his father will see it later on, since his father will find out on his own. If Frank does not know whether his father has read it, or if his father has not confronted him about it yet, then I hope Frank can relax over time. The longer his father has not mentioned Frank's thoughts (usually over a long period time), the less Frank has to worry that he will have to talk to his father about them in the next 5 seconds. If that's the case, then Frank won't need to worry or prepare himself for a confrontation after it's been a while (My younger brother, for example, dislikes flu shots, but it's not like he's scared for the entire year just waiting for them). I'm not confident that this is right. In fact, I'm sure I'm missing the point somehow but I just don't know it. I'm being naive. I hope you won't be mad at me since I might be misunderstanding most of the situation and saying it with disgusting confidence... or since I misunderstood from the very beginning and the more I keep talking the more bothersome it is. Although I don't know Frank, I still want to give you a detailed and frank suggestion. I might be suggesting what you've already tried. No, this is just my long, drawn-out, and maybe pointless suggestion.

I'm quite the hypocrite. I said I needed to ask you something first but then I ended up giving you the above... :dry:

Fake Whatever / Re: Make your own move!
« on: March 16, 2014, 04:15 »
Better yet, maybe instead of increasing increase the chance of it freezing the opponent?

Turn 1: 1%
Turn 2: 5%
Turn 3: 10%
Turn 4: 15%
Turn 5: 20%

It shouldn't go higher than 20%, so it maxes out after 5 consecutive uses.

I agree, but I'm too lazy to edit it... :nowink:

How paradoxical. You're taking interest in my move because it isn't interesting. :laugh:

I'm flattered.

Horsea (Egg [Must breed from Rmoraid/Octillery])

Chain Breeding. Stepping up your game, are you? :laugh:

Cannon Ball

Type: Water

Power: 120
Accuracy: 100
Category: Physical
PP: 15-24

Description: The user crouches and dives onto the foe. The power of the move Dive is increased if this move is used first. In a double battle, this move will cause a huge splash that damages the foe next to the target. The user is damaged by recoil.

Pokémon: Seismitoad, Hariyama, Bibarel, Floatzel, Quagsire, Azumarill, Golduck, Aipom (Egg), Greninja, Bagon, Shelgon, Wailmer, Spheal, Sealeo, Seel, Clamperl (Egg), Croconaw, Politoed, Tyrogue, Kabutops, Omastar.


Cannon Shot

Type: Steel

Power: 100
Accuracy: 100
Category: Physical
PP: 15-24

Description: The user launches a cannon ball at the target. A flying foe will fall to the ground if hit.

Pokémon: Electrode, Steelix, Genesect, Scizor, Aggron, Rhyperior, Shelgon, Salamence, Blastoise, Froakie (Egg), Kabuto (Egg), Omanyte (Egg), Magmortar, Bisharp, Rhyperior, Deoxys, Gigalith, Sharpedo.


Ghost Pass

Type: Ghost

Power: 80
Accuracy: 100
Category: Special
PP: 15-24

Description: The user passes through the foe and sends a chill through its body. This may freeze (10%) or paralyze (10%) the target.

Pokémon: Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Rotom, Shuppet, Banette, Duskull, Dusclops, Dusknoir, Mismagius, Yamask, Cofagrigus, Froslass, Golett, Golurk, Sableye, Frillish, Jellicent, Shedinja, Voltorb, Koffing (Egg), Litwick, Lampent, Chandelure, Castform (Egg).


Shadow Steal

Type: Dark

Power: 100
Accuracy: 100
Category: Physical
PP: 15-24

Description: The user steals the foe's shadow to restore health. This move can only be used after Shadow Sneak. It absorbs half the damage caused to heal its HP.

Pokémon: Sableye, Gengar, Duskull, Dusclops, Dusknoir, Honedge, Doublade, Aegislash, Kecleon, Pumpkaboo, Gourgeist, Shuppet, Banette, Spiritomb, Giratina, Shedinja, Greninja, Misdreavus (Egg), Ralts (Egg).

Fake Whatever / Re: Make your own move!
« on: March 15, 2014, 05:52 »
I had that thought too, at first. Why didn't I do that again? :???

Choke Slam

Type: Fighting

Power: 60
Accuracy: 100
Category: Physical
PP: 10-16

Description: The user grabs the foe by the neck, then slams the opponent into the ground. The attack buries the foe in the ground, and the target has Dig for the following turn.

Pokémon: Throh, Conkeldurr, Machamp, Makuhita, Hawlucha, Heracross, Primeape, Gallade, Golbat.



Type: Poison

Power: --
Accuracy: 90
Category: Status
PP: 5-8

Description: The user spreads its toxic gases across the field. All Pokémon that have been exposed will faint in 3 turns. Pokémon that switch in will become poisoned.

Pokémon: Gastly, Koffing, Trubbish, Castform.

Fake Whatever / Re: Make your own move!
« on: March 14, 2014, 00:24 »
Rolling Snowball

Type: Ice

Power: 50
Accuracy: 90
Category: Physical
PP: 20-32

Description: The user rolls a snowball down a steep drop. The snowball swallows the foe and may cause confusion.

Pokemon: Beartic, Delibird, Avalugg, Abomasnow, Diggersby.

Fake Whatever / Re: Make your own ability!
« on: March 13, 2014, 21:41 »

The Pokémon's moves of the same type deal more damage against Bug-type Pokémon.

(Tropius, Roserade, Exeggcutor)

Fake Whatever / Re: Make your own ability!
« on: March 10, 2014, 05:13 »

When the Pokémon with this ability is sent into battle, the item that each Pokémon on the field is holding will be revealed in the text box, followed by its description.

(Delibird, Farfetch'd, Spoink, Grumpig)

Nap Time

The Pokémon can only fall asleep every 2 turns.

(Marill, Azumarill, Vigoroth, Abra, Kadabra, Deino, Zweilous, Hydreigon, Doduo, Dodrio)

9041. I don't know what else to say

but I'm posting anyway.

9039. You're certainly the sharpest knife in the drawer. Yes, I've grown soft and old. Actually... I'm too lazy to have long drawn-out arguments anymore unless I'm really upset.

Say Hello! / Re: yo amgios, friends, cool doods
« on: March 07, 2014, 22:53 »
Oh I was wondering what happened to draghost. He just reincarnated or something?

No, draghost is gone forever.

Understatement of the year.  Dark Lord is draghost's millionth account or so (rough estimation) since like 2007 and without fail he comes in primarily to start a thread, say some weird stuff, and get a rise out of people  (example:  "There are advantages to being blind, I can't list them, but I know there are advantages" - this argument seriously happened.)  I can't tell at times if he's excessively ignorant or just a huge troll.

I never knew I was that much of a problem for you. Most of the time, I say weird stuff on the Forum Games board, which is where that kind of stuff belongs, so that shouldn't be an issue. It's obvious you're denouncing me as a troll for CORPORAL's sake, so that I don't confuse or intimidate her. I rarely start my own threads anymore. But if kidding is called trolling on the Internet, then yes, I am a huge troll. :)

Forum Games / Re: Introducing... The 'Shut up' game.
« on: March 07, 2014, 03:27 »
You don't want to be my damn apprentice anymore? Shut up!

And stay out! :mad:

Forum Games / Re: Break the Above Person's Heart
« on: March 07, 2014, 03:17 »
You're an insignificant schweinhund who is too weak to make even the slightest crack in my heart.

Forum Games / Re: Make a Wish. Have it horribly corrupted.
« on: March 07, 2014, 03:10 »
Error. Your wish was not granted. A random wish was granted instead. The random wish that was granted instead was "I wish Draghost was my school principal." Granted. I am your school principal. You get expelled.

I wish for the person who corrupts this wish to get the corruption sent right back at them.

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