All my Bulbagarden-related blogs.
Double-posts, double-posts, and more double-posts!
Seriously, ever since the vB4 upgrade, there has been quite an unusual number of these littering every nook and cranny of the Forums. What's causing them? My guess: posters hitting "Refresh" whenever 503 and friends rear their ugly heads. The first message makes it, but the poster can't be directed to their posted message when they get an error. As a result, they hit "Refresh", inadvertantly reposting the same
...And as it turns out, nobody cares. XD
Anyway, I finally got around to finding another animated B/W sprite repository, since Arkeis sprites apparently died. I managed to find one, and with this find, I've been wanting to do something I haven't done in a long time: another entry of SharKing's Pokedex. Problem is, I don't know what Pokemon I want to analyze next, so I could really use some suggestions. For reference, here's the entries I made in the past: Volcarona
...Yeah, I'm not getting caught up in that spam-fest. Besides, it'll die soon enough.
Yeah, more ramblings on the competitive battling scene. Typical SharKing post, right? (Italics FTW!)
Anyway, in my existence as a competitive battler (March 15, 2009 - present), I've always been primarily an OU player. However, in Gen. V, I found myself less than satisfied with OU developments; it didn't thrill me nearly as much as it did last generation, and that where I often went back to in this timeframe: last generation (as in, Diamond). For quite a while, I've also been a bit
Updated 26th June 2011 at 11:04 PM by SharKing
They drive me to mod!
...Sorry. I wanted to use that for quite a while. XD
Anyway, my first >week as a moderator has gone relatively well, at least when it comes to learning the ropes. I'm certainly trying to be as active as I can be in the Battle Center (even doing my part to keep the tourneys up-to-date). I must say, it's pretty fun to be a member of the staff, but it's also not something to take very lightly. Discussing things such as warnings/infractions with