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  1. 1st Step Toward Mixology!!

    Well, Tomorrow is the day! Tomorrow... is the day...

    My Mixology classes start tomorrow and, I gotta tell you, I'm really excited!!!

    I feel like... I feel like...

    Like this. If you ask me if I'm ready, I'll be like...

    And then Aria will be like...

    I'm gonna tackle this like it's a college course. I already got my bookbag set ...

    Updated 2nd August 2015 at 11:50 PM by DJ iOmega

  2. Palpitoad from Paris

    I was in Paris a one week ago. There I found an excellent store: some kind of Sci-Fi, fantasy store. And I love fantasy, so I loved the store. Bought an Iron Man bust there, as well as a model of Jaime Lannister. And also, a Palpitoad toy:

    Updated 2nd August 2015 at 03:28 PM by Sir Palpitoad

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  3. My Ideas for New Mega Evolutions #3: Lapras

    #131: Lapras
    Transport Pokémon

    Type: Water/Ice
    Stats: 130/85/80/85/95/60
    Abilities: Water Absorb/Shell Armor/Hydration (Hidden)
    Proposed Changes
    Design: The end of its horn is now ice, similar to Mega Glalie. It also has retractable ice spikes on its back. Its tail is longer and the end is now ice, and its flippers are now rectangular with two long triangular indents on the ends,
  4. Thoughts on the Pikachu Cup meta

    I've been playing a few Pikachu Cup battles on Showdown this morning, as the unique monotype-Electric metagame amused me enough to make me build a team. From ~10 battles I've seen the following:

    1) No one uses Electric attacks for damage. The only attack I've seen all morning was a Discharge used to heal the Volt Absorb Lanturn partner.
    2) As a result, Lightningrod and other similar abilties are not worth it. I've only seen Volt Absorb getting used the aforementioned way. ...
  5. Pokémon Subspecies: First Thoughts

    I've been thinking about the whole pokémon subspecies idea for a while now. I've always liked the idea of more variation in the appearance of pokémon, ever since I first saw EP083 (Poké Ball Peril), with the different colourations of the Butterfree, Vileplume, etc, etc. Presenting each species has having one “standard” and one rare “shiny” colouration has been a long-standing peeve of mine, particularly when the term “shiny” is used in all seriousness. It's unsurprising, then, that I ...
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