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This monster is the GX counterpart to Slifer the Sky Dragon of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! series. Like Slifer, Uria gains ATK depending on certain conditions. Uria gains 1000 ATK for each Continuous Trap Card in the Graveyard; Slifer gains 1000 ATK (and DEF) for each card in your hand. However, while Slifer's ATK and DEF are undetermined, Uria's ATK and DEF are 0, which is unusually weak for a level 10 monster (the previously mentioned effect makes up for it). Uria can't be Normal Summoned or Set; instead,
Updated 20th August 2010 at 01:46 AM by PlatinumDude
What's with the errors in that's been going on here lately? Is the tech staff moving things around? This has been going on for the past few days... (yes, I should've posted this in the FAQ section, but I can't help but do it in the blogs; also, sorry for the random outburst)
Edit: I usually experience these for a couple of minutes, but the most recent one I experienced before posting this blog
Updated 13th August 2010 at 11:12 AM by PlatinumDude
Yes, I should've done this earlier, but:
I was looking for Seel in SS, when this showed up. I used my Empoleon (when it was still a Prinplup) to weaken it so that I wouldn't KO it.
It's Quiet with these IVs (in order of HP, Attack, Defense, Special Attack Special Defense and Speed): 12-15/16-19/10-13/20-23/28/16-19.
Out of all the possible 493 Pokemon in the world,
It's Friday the 13th today for me. It's supposed to be rumored to be the unluckiest day ever. So, is there anyone out there who believes in bad/good luck? I'm on the borderline of believing in it and not believing in it.
Exactly as the title says. Does anyone remember that movie? (when this guy conducts an experiment on the long term effects of eating fast food every single day for a month) I saw half of this movie last year before school ended, and I saw part of it again during English class (to study up on global issues and why they're a problem).
There were some funny moments, but there was some seriousness in what I saw (seeing all these obese people, as well as people being interviewed concerning