lol... I feel kinda bad for the trainer who thought the Minun was a shiny Plusle XD
@Silverwynde; Even worse is if you only have a Talonflame and it has to fight around three pokemon alone.
Yep, totally don't see any Flying type Pokemon. Golurk so doesn't count.
And this is why I have never been in a Sky Battle ever.
I suppose that's neat, but I'm having a hard time finding them cool after what they did to the YouTube comment section. :V
Nice tactic there. That's one way to stop a copycat. If you can't beat them, show off.
They aren't exactly clones, but they do have similar physical traits: a thing at the end of their tail, big and soulless eyes, a tuft of hair at the top, and they're both lion cubs. To say they're clones or that they're nothing alike are both exaggerations.
I can't decide if I'd rather have a regular fire lion or a manticore. Whatever its evolution is, it's going to be cool regardless, I guess.
The possibility is intriguing, because as is, Litleo looks more or less like a Fire-type clone of the Shinx family, which would be odd.
Litleo looks nothing like Shinx, apart from being a quadruped feline. And if that's enough of a case for being a Shinx clone then Litleo must be a clone of Glameow and Skitty too.
Yup, it's been noticed. The possibility is intriguing, because as is, Litleo looks more or less like a Fire-type clone of the Shinx family, which would be odd.
Originally Posted by CrackFox Religious people everywhere just threw up a little in their mouth. Nah, that's fine. I won't argue with them, just go "Oh God, you're right!" and end the conversation. Originally Posted by TheMissingno. To put it in perspective, think about the millions of mutations that were not beneficial and therefore did not become a permanent change. But exactly! That same thinking actually led me to the realization of accidentallyness. The beneficial mutations accidentally occurred, even after quadrillions of tries where it had to get it after a while.
I wouldn't really call it an accident. To put it in perspective, think about the millions of mutations that were not beneficial and therefore did not become a permanent change. If you think about it that way it seems less accidental because after millions of tries nature was bound to get it right eventually.
Religious people everywhere just threw up a little in their mouth.
Honestly, I think it'll make the metagame better. Poison might actually get some attention, for example (if Smash is anything to go by), and Steel might get stronger (if the shady Pokébeach source is right). I do fear for Ice, though, if Fairy does turn out to be SE on it, but hopefully the type chart will be shaken up to strengthen Ice in other ways (e.g. more resistances).
The Fairy Laser weapons (a weapon in Neo Contra) comes to my mind when I saw Fairy-type was confirmed.
Wreak worse havoc than stealth rocks? I think not!
It wreaks havoc on the metagame, then people can work it out after a few months. Then the metagame will be even stronger and better in the long run, wouldn't it?
Ding-dong! Commencing meeting of the Fairy-Type haters!
I like Moffat's eps and for that matter, Matt Smith. He's not near my favorite incarnation but I don't think he can be blamed for any real faults.
Then again I don't exactly watch Who for the riveting plot.
Originally Posted by The Outrage Pretty sure having the doctor die at every single instance in time, thus undoing every single moment he's saved the universe constitutes as the "end of the universe" even if that wasn't the main plot point Good point. Originally Posted by GreatLiver I'm still unsure of whether it was that I disliked Eleven, and moreso Amy and River, or if it was just the writing. Not really sad to see him go, but wouldn't mind if Moffat went back to writing one great episode per series as opposed to being head writer. I liked the characters too, it was just what they did with/to them I didn't like. I'm not bashing 11, he was pretty cool.