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  1. Mismagius is Underrated.

    Mismagius is cool. It definitely isn't the best, but it deserves more recognition. It has good speed, decent special defense, and decent special attack. It also gets nasty plot, which can raise its special attack to crazy levels if given the chance. It has plenty of good moves, and its ability is pretty okay. It is NU. Let's now look at Chandelure, which is in UU. While it does have good special attack, that's where the good stats end. No good speed, no good defenses, not so great HP. It has dual ...
  2. All aboard the remake train

    So, a bit over a week after purchasing ORAS, I managed to get my hands on Kingdom Hearts 2.5 today. And I'm planning to get myself Ocarina of time and Majora's Mask in the near future. But why is it that all the games I'm getting seem to be remakes? AND WHY ARE THEY ALL SO GOOD??
  3. PokeCalculator UPDATE 2

    by , 3rd December 2014 at 06:25 PM (In the mind of a fire chicken lover...)
    The Legendary Update 1.3

    Long ago, in the region of Kanto, there lived 5 Pokémon. These were consistent in myths, legends, and dreams. Pick up your calculator and battle the Legends.


    Updated 3rd December 2014 at 06:31 PM by EmpireCrusher203

  4. Presentation tips?

    So, I have to give a twenty minute presentation tomorrow on the globalization of video games. I'm really not looking forward to this, but I just want to do a good job and get it over with. It's just that I can't take myself seriously when I'm getting up there and "teaching" the rest of my peers. When it's only my voice breaking the silence, I get anxious.

    Does anyone have strategies they'd like to share that've helped to get through a similar situation?
  5. Game Headcanons History: Fourth Poke-Geneva Conventions (1949)

    Convention (IV) relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War. Poke-Geneva, 12 August 1949.
    Additional Protcols to the Convention (IV) relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War. Poke-Geneva (1949), 16 October 1956.

    In real life, international treaties to protect and humanely treat civilians and prisoners-of-war were ratified and updated as the Geneva Conventions. In particular the third version was brought up in response to the atrocities committed by the ...
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