I tried and got bored or unfocused but I finally did it.
Ruby Nuzlocke race against my lil bro Saphire time (We lost the paper and I got around the same time so we're calling it a tie for this round)
Classic no modification so...
Shift but no dupes clause. Before you judge me for using shift lot's of people I see use dupes. I even saw multiple instances of dupes abuse. I don't think it's really random if you're eliminating pokemon to benefit
Updated 5th April 2014 at 05:59 PM by PhilosophyPhlare
As someone who is genetically superior, I appreciate the release of the genetically inferior. Also it gives me an advantage against casuals and kids cause they're annoying and I can't beat them hard enough.
Updated 1st April 2014 at 05:17 PM by PhilosophyPhlare
I can't think of any good examples but it's just what I'm getting from certain canon and fanon. This doesn't make any sense. Why? Because having a trainer is huge advantage to pokemon. You get to travel. You get to get stronger. You get powerful allies. Better tactics. So this means pokemon of your type aren't your buddies they are your competition. If I was say a Pidgey I'd want to kill all Spearow. If I was a Magnemite I'd call Voltorbs sneaky assholes. If I was a Sandile those Sandshrew are bunch
Because Arceus created the universe and then became a pokemon. But what about the other legendaries that created shit? I don't know same thing I guess.
Think back to action anime in general. Think about what happens when someone gets new powers and forms.
Chimchar evolved midbattle against Paul...