Mist (The Challenge of the Samurai)
Silver from Sonic the Hedgehog
Ghetsis from Pokemon
Emma Watson, I believe. And it continues to this very day.
If you don't get the reference,"FIND THE COMPUTER ROOM!" I suggest doing more research.
I don't like 3D Sonic games too much but Sonic Generations was awesome and nostalgic. One of my favorite current gen platformers (or is that last gen now that the Wii U is out and the PS4 and Xbox One are coming out soon?) Originally Posted by Booster Gold Espio a gay ninja? More like a badass ninja. Wynaut both? :D
Espio a gay ninja? More like a badass ninja.
TBH when you said you lived in Colorado I thought you were talking about the legalized weed
That doesn't sound real good but nothing compares to the one that came here they lasted 4 days and well 2003 Canberra bushfires - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
^this might better to read
Uhm I'm sorry but where are you gathering that these are fairies? The mythos of theses creatures has so many origins. There are the tiny little helper elves which would be fairies. Then there are the D&D elves Fey origin. Then Tolkien elves they were always elves.
This isn't really usable as the facts change based on what you like.
Changling? oh so shapeshifter? as theres more than one kind again. Doppleganger perhaps?
I'm not knocking fairies, but Magic would simply be a better term.
. They just have to be some kind of mystical creature that isn't always associated with hell or witchcraft.
That also isn't quite true as then you must include all mythos from old religions which did not call it witchcraft. All of the gods, all of the demigods, all of the creations of the gods. Its too broad to be usable as a definition.
To be fair, there're a lot of type combinations we haven't seen for Fairy, so it's still possible that the traditional fey may be drawn upon to inspire a Ghost or Dark/Fairy.
Originally Posted by Green Zubat To be honest, I think it's pretty clear that GF is going by the Disney version of fairies. Yyyyyeah, Sylveon doesn't look like it's going to steal babies and replace them with fairy fakes any time soon.
Which is a goddamn shame. Using the traditional approach has some real potential for good old Pokedex creepiness.
That being said, I think that the "FAIRIES ARE SO GIRLY" complaints are immature too.
To be honest, I think it's pretty clear that GF is going by the Disney version of fairies, and I don't see what's wrong with that. Why does femininity have to automatically = lame?
P.S. That said, for what it's worth, Slenderman could be described as a fairy.
I don't mind the idea of a Fairy type, but I do think some of the ones they chose aren't particularly fairylike. Notably Marill and Gardevoir.
I think I am cool with the type, since I basically accepted it when the rumors first started to be proved right.
I feel the stigma with the type comes from the name. If it was called Fae or something there wouldn't be such an uproar.
It doesn't help that they chose Gardevoir and Jigglypuff as the first pokémon revealed to be Fairy-type. I don't care either way, I'm just happy there's another way to murder dragons, I hate those.
I blame Disney for the fairy stigma. I just hope that the fairy types aren't too feminine. But if they are, I hope that they get kick ass stats. Imagine Sylveon's base stats being 95/60/65/130/65/110. The expression of all casual boy fan's faces would be priceless.
Did somebody say FAIRIES?
Originally Posted by Setra I wouldn't want to meet a fairy in a dark alley.
I wouldn't want to meet a fairy in a dark alley.
Cupcakes... The fanfic incarnation of hell in pony form...
I do that routinely and wipe them down... just yuck.