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  • Lolipiece on 2013-Jul-12 19:10:51 Lolipiece said

    Delicious candy-dog-thing.
  • Greener on 2013-Jul-12 19:41:20 Greener said

    I'm probably the only person in the world who doesn't have any problem with Pokemon eating other Pokemon.

    That's why everyone freaked out about Vanillite, right?
  • Lolipiece on 2013-Jul-12 22:37:18 Lolipiece said

    People need to realize that the Vanillite family isn't even actual ice cream.

    It's an anthropomorphic icicle with snow covering their heads that 'looks' like ice cream.
  • 049AT on 2013-Jul-12 23:04:14 049AT said

    This thing looks like it's licking itself. ... And that sounded better in my head.
  • Dreamingflower on 2013-Jul-12 23:18:55 Dreamingflower said

    How funny and yesterday I was enjoying a cotton candy with my sis... I want another one.
  • 2nd on 2013-Jul-12 23:32:06 2nd said

    Can I eat him?
  • AirisuChanXD on 2013-Jul-12 23:48:10 AirisuChanXD said

    Pokémon! Gotta Eat 'em All!
  • Noek on 2013-Jul-13 03:40:15 Noek said

    So all the food Pokemon can destroy Dragons
  • L.Dragon on 2013-Jul-13 08:45:06 L.Dragon said

    Definitely getting Pokemon X now.
  • ShadowScience on 2013-Jul-13 15:02:24 ShadowScience said

    Cute, very cute... And full of calories.
  • 049AT on 2013-Oct-17 14:04:14 049AT said

    Anti-Dragon Fairy, huh? Their stats say otherwise. "Meh" HP, low Def, non-existent/abysmal Spd on average. Sylveon, the hyped up Dragon killer! 60 Spd, 65 Def (95 HP). It's screwed. It shall beat Druddigon and the lesser Dragons that run rampant in Generation VI.

    Great Sp. Def on average, though. Hydreigon's screwed unless it runs an Atk set.
  • Noek on 2013-Oct-17 14:46:18 Noek said

    @049AT well super training to build it up and my Sylveon hasn't met a dragon it can't beat
  • 049AT on 2013-Oct-17 22:26:42 049AT said

    Super Training (or EVing) can only take you so far. And of course, Sylveon will have an edge against in-game trainers and their Dragons. Only those relatively new to the game gets screwed over by in-game opponents.

    Of course, this is all just in theory for now (don't have XY, won't get one either).

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  • 2014-Apr-23 23:47:32 pokemon special v43 076
    Noek said: @Bahmo

    Most of Yellow's victories is because of her brains using defensive like styles, and she didn't need to learn ever hear "not broke don't fix it" at the beginning she beat Oak's Spearow that he used in the league using this style she used brains more than her powers.
  • 2014-Apr-23 23:35:55 pokemon special v43 076
    Redsmydude said: @Bahmo

    You couldnt have said that any better then you did.

    I never really cared for yellow.
  • 2014-Apr-23 14:56:05 pokemon special v43 076
    Bahmo said: Yellow may have weaknesses; most in the form of being basically a whiny moron, but the plot basically arranges against them mattering. The fact that she's essentially an OC, named after a game that starred Ash Ketchum (who also got by more via luck and his Pokemon being the smart ones at the time) doesn't help me approve of her, but good things could have been done with the concept; however, in practice, her powers aren't used to make her more interesting, but to give her a free pass.

    A Mary Sue isn't always a character who's got few weaknesses, and a character gifted with powers isn't necessarily a Mary Sue. For example, Wolverine was gifted with regeneration abilities, and that's cool in a lot of ways, but as a result, he also got Shanghaied into a skunkworks experiment, pressed into loads of unsavory combat situations, and saddled with a life that was long, but so painful he sometimes wishes he could just die. Wolverine's gift is also a curse.

    Yellow's is basically an excuse. Her Pokemon are not very high level, which isn't really that hard to attain--just about every other protagonist did it to some extent--yet she can power them up to master levels. The same plot immunity pervades her whole arc one way or another. Several times, she gets out of a jam not via her own skills, but because her Ratata/Raticate acted smart on its own, and speaking of that, I wanted to reach in and smack her when the thing saved her and evolved, and she burst out crying at its new appearance. You think she might learn her lesson after that, as she does reconcile with the thing, but no; her stigma against evolving Pokemon is so unreasonable that she doesn't evolve her CATERPIE. Shit; even ASH evolved his Caterpie! That's just dumb. And how does it finally get to do what nature intended? Not because Yellow wised up and realized she needed to get out of her comfort zone to win the last battle, but because she happened to lose her Pokedex.

    Yellow never learns a thing; she ends the arc essentially being the same dumbass she was at the start, having come out on top solely because of the plot warping around her. Specifically, she's a "black hole Sue"; not necessarily the most blatant variety of Mary Sue, but one of the worst.
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    Kurisu said: Probably. Or he saw a picture of her somewhere.
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    Pirate king reappears said: Awww ;3
  • 2014-Apr-23 12:00:20 pokemon special v43 076
    Pokemonspecialgerman said: Yellow a Mary Sui? She has soo many weaknesses in the second arc o.o Why would you think that? Just because she can heal and read minds?
  • 2014-Apr-23 11:52:28 pokemon special v43 089
    Max said: @The Pirate King
    Nope, that's Whitney's Plain Badge.