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masterminor wrote:
11 months ago
That's because they're that good of course!. I wanna start up a Pokemon LARP or something similar over Discord. It would be fun!
How would you set it up on Discord and how would I join in? :o

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I would think it be something like how the mystery dungeon games work where we are the pokemon instead of trainers. You pick a pokemon, dice roll for stats and crits, earn exp for battling other players and npc pokemon. Full backstories for each person and such like that. You're welcome to message me if you'd really like to try to help make this a real thing.

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That sounds interesting, Masterminor. If I knew more about Pokemon, I would join. xD
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masterminor wrote:
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I have a gamecube that I play Pokemon XD Gale of Darkness on, it was my favorite game when I was 10 and still is one of my favorite Pokemon games to date!
I still want this game so bad! I was about 14 when it came out and I remember seeing previews for it in Nintendo Power magazine. I really should pick up a copy someday, I love Pokemon. xD
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You mean you haven't played it yet?! *gasp of shock*

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GameCube correctly capitalises itself in the iOS dictionary, therefore GameCube is god >w<
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Jamie wrote:
11 months ago
GameCube correctly capitalises itself in the iOS dictionary, therefore GameCube is god >w<
The other consoles don't? XD
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My computers have nearly always been 5-10 years behind times, so I'm inevitable retro gamer...
Like in music, one's taste easily gets stuck as what it was in teens, so I tend to prefer 90's games - though have started to move to 00's.
Aside old PC games, I only have Master System, other stuff I emulate (except my recently acquired PS2).

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The '90s and first few years of the '00s had the best games. I'd say 2004 is the cutoff for me with only a few exceptions.
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Princess MeowsePad wrote:
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The '90s and first few years of the '00s had the best games. I'd say 2004 is the cutoff for me with only a few exceptions.
Same here actually :)
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