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#190 - Comment deleted  [+] (2 replies) 06/16/2013 on I've seen him/her somewhere... +1
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#102 - Do you know anything about actual competitive battling?  [+] (4 replies) 06/10/2013 on Pokemon Facts -4
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#104 - wersand (06/10/2013) [-]
I'm not talking about competitive battling asshat. I'm talking about casual play on fucking Pokemon Blue, Red and Yellow. I never said, "take this guy on your team of 6, he's the fucking best around." So please get your head out of your ass re-read what I commented, I said he's better than a bug type pokemon, and that's what I meant. So take your asshole comments to another page.
Of course there are better moves/pokemon for taking out psychic pokemon, holy fuck.
#132 - anon (06/10/2013) [-]
Jolteon didn't counter psychics at all because his ATK is just plain too low to make use of Pin Missile.

The best Gen 1 psychic counter was Snorlax. Dude could tank shit so hard and had super-high SPC which let him spam surfs for way higher damage than he should've been able to pull off.

Also? Gen 5 is best gen, coming from a lifelong Pokemon player.
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#133 - wersand (06/10/2013) [-]
It's not that I don't want to play the new generations. I just don't have the time/money to upgrade my system. School just takes all of my resources. Minus this lovely computer (which is actually kind of crappy).
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#106 - seveer (06/10/2013) [-]
He is not better than a Bug pokemon though ...
In fact Jolteon is a much worse pokemon in RBY anyway. You get more damage from electric moves + STAB anyway.
#100 - Please don't act like you know what you're talking about. …  [+] (6 replies) 06/10/2013 on Pokemon Facts -5
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#101 - wersand (06/10/2013) [-]
Excuse me, please tell me how the fuck I'm wrong?
#102 - seveer (06/10/2013) [-]
Do you know anything about actual competitive battling?
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#104 - wersand (06/10/2013) [-]
I'm not talking about competitive battling asshat. I'm talking about casual play on fucking Pokemon Blue, Red and Yellow. I never said, "take this guy on your team of 6, he's the fucking best around." So please get your head out of your ass re-read what I commented, I said he's better than a bug type pokemon, and that's what I meant. So take your asshole comments to another page.
Of course there are better moves/pokemon for taking out psychic pokemon, holy fuck.
#132 - anon (06/10/2013) [-]
Jolteon didn't counter psychics at all because his ATK is just plain too low to make use of Pin Missile.

The best Gen 1 psychic counter was Snorlax. Dude could tank shit so hard and had super-high SPC which let him spam surfs for way higher damage than he should've been able to pull off.

Also? Gen 5 is best gen, coming from a lifelong Pokemon player.
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#133 - wersand (06/10/2013) [-]
It's not that I don't want to play the new generations. I just don't have the time/money to upgrade my system. School just takes all of my resources. Minus this lovely computer (which is actually kind of crappy).
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#106 - seveer (06/10/2013) [-]
He is not better than a Bug pokemon though ...
In fact Jolteon is a much worse pokemon in RBY anyway. You get more damage from electric moves + STAB anyway.
#215 - I pretty much just think: why the hell not? It's interesting t…  [+] (1 reply) 05/24/2013 on What's inside? +1
#219 - ROTFLcopter (05/24/2013) [-]
You make a good point, the only difference is that in real life we can try to test and observe things like that, whereas in a fictional universe you would have to ask the creators for a real answer. Makes me think of the movie Stranger than Fiction
#213 - Cognitive technology, hmm ... that could work too. I guess…  [+] (3 replies) 05/24/2013 on What's inside? 0
#214 - ROTFLcopter (05/24/2013) [-]
It's also interesting how we talk about fictional things like this, as though their universe actually exists beyond what the creators have made.
#215 - seveer (05/24/2013) [-]
I pretty much just think: why the hell not? It's interesting to the people doing it, involves actual mental reasoning, and helps us effectively question things in life, which is something we should do more often.

The real question is: Why don't we do this more?

For you, my favourite gif. Lion is kill.
#219 - ROTFLcopter (05/24/2013) [-]
You make a good point, the only difference is that in real life we can try to test and observe things like that, whereas in a fictional universe you would have to ask the creators for a real answer. Makes me think of the movie Stranger than Fiction
#209 - My problem with the data theory is that in all mediums of poke…  [+] (6 replies) 05/24/2013 on What's inside? 0
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#234 - neptomite (05/24/2013) [-]
i know this convo is basically done, but how about the data theory.

when they are converted into data they have huge lines of code right?
well if they have such a huge amount of code(possibly encrypted) then maybe the pokeballs cant take it. the pokeballs overload and they pokemon gets free.

it would explain why the more expensive pokeballs catch better because there processors can handle it. Also, it would explain why legendaries are hard to catch, because there code is encrypted and almost impossible to crack.

Also, i cant spell very well and my grammar is off. That is all :p
#210 - ROTFLcopter (05/24/2013) [-]
Or maybe they aren't even alive, and were created by scientists with really advanced technology to be pets with free will and they need to be fed and everything, but then you can store them away in little balls by converting them into their raw data. And then they got loose and started roaming the wild and people taught them to fight each other and that's how it all started. You never know.
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#213 - seveer (05/24/2013) [-]
Cognitive technology, hmm ... that could work too.
I guess that most things are perfectly viable when talking about virtual mythical animals. It's still interesting to think about though.
#214 - ROTFLcopter (05/24/2013) [-]
It's also interesting how we talk about fictional things like this, as though their universe actually exists beyond what the creators have made.
#215 - seveer (05/24/2013) [-]
I pretty much just think: why the hell not? It's interesting to the people doing it, involves actual mental reasoning, and helps us effectively question things in life, which is something we should do more often.

The real question is: Why don't we do this more?

For you, my favourite gif. Lion is kill.
#219 - ROTFLcopter (05/24/2013) [-]
You make a good point, the only difference is that in real life we can try to test and observe things like that, whereas in a fictional universe you would have to ask the creators for a real answer. Makes me think of the movie Stranger than Fiction