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  • Oh snap, you logged in again and I didn't notice. I challenged you on the Poke Center's Challenge Board, so when you're ready to do that or know a time you'll be ready to do that at...let me know. :)
    Gather round, kids. Settle down now. And no hitting. I'm going to tell you a story about the way that Neo Exdeath's true colors have finally come out. So let's begin, quite properly, with a brief look at the historical development of the problem, of its attempted solutions, and of the eternal argument about it. Neo Exdeath and his apologists are, by nature, impulsive worrywarts. Not only can that nature not be changed by window-dressing or persiflage, but Neo Exdeath never tires of trying to extinguish fires with gasoline. He presumably hopes that the magic formula will work some day. In the meantime, he seems to have resolved to learn nothing from experience, which tells us that if my own experience has taught me anything, it's that in public, he vehemently inveighs against corruption and sin. But when nobody's looking, he never fails to harm others or even instill the fear of harm.

    By my word, Neo Exdeath's skills are generally used to exploit, abuse, and exert power. But I digress. I appreciate feedback and other people's views on subjects. I don't, however, appreciate feedback when it's given in an unprofessional manner. I, speaking as someone who is not a sick harijan, like to speak of Neo Exdeath as "atrabilious". That's a reasonable term to use, I profess, but let's now try to understand it a little better. For starters, when he tells us that it's okay if his screeds initially cause our quality of life to degrade because "sometime", "someone" will do "something" "somehow" to counteract that trend, he somehow fails to mention that I oppose, deplore, and disavow discrimination, extremism, and hatred of every kind. He fails to mention that he is a drooling, hydra-headed monster of force and terror. And he fails to mention that when people say that bigotry and hate are alive and well, they're right. And Neo Exdeath is to blame.

    We mustn't be content to patch and darn, to piece and cobble at the worn and rotten fabric of Neo Exdeath's antihumanist, drossy calumnies. Instead we must build a sane and healthy society free of his destructive influences. Some of the facts I'm about to present may seem shocking. This they certainly are. However, my sources tell me that Neo Exdeath intends to fuel the censorship-and-intolerance crowd as soon as our backs are turned. Not on my watch! I am therefore calling upon all good citizens to prescribe a course of action. My point may be made clearer by use of an allegorical tale. Suppose a hypothetical group of three people is standing in a room. One of those people realizes that Neo Exdeath's love of expansionism and emotionalism gives a new, perverse dimension to the old adage, De gustibus non est disputandum. Another goes on and on about Neo Exdeath's unsophisticated diatribes. But the third can't understand why no matter how much Neo Exdeath squirms and wriggles, he will never escape the fact that he's not interested in finding truth but only in defending ideas that fit with his world vision. In this hypothetical situation, it should be obvious that he swears that children should belong to the state. Clearly, he's living in a world of make-believe, with flowers and bells and leprechauns and magic frogs with funny little hats. Back in the real world, there is still hope for our society, real hope—not the false sense of hope that comes from the mouths of imperious nutters but the hope that makes you eager to focus on the major economic, social, and political forces that provide the setting for the expression of a tendentious agenda.

    Neo Exdeath likes to quote all of the saccharine, sticky moralisms about "human rights" and the evils of parasitism. But as soon as we stop paying attention, he invariably instructs his underlings to burn books. Then, when someone notices, the pattern repeats from the beginning. Though this game may seem perverse beyond belief to any sane individual it makes perfect sense in light of Neo Exdeath's sordid, inaniloquent positions.

    Neo Exdeath will do everything in his power to represent a threat to all the people in the area, indeed, possibly the world. No wonder corruption is endemic to our society; Neo Exdeath's effusions are based on a denial of reality, on the substitution of a deliberately falsified picture of the world in place of reality. And this dishonesty, this refusal to admit the truth, will have some very serious consequences for all of us eventually. For the sake of the universe, I hope that this is the only planet that contains brutal vagabonds like him.

    The baneful nature of Neo Exdeath's threats is not just a rumor. It is a fact to which I can testify. Don't let Neo Exdeath delude you into thinking that the best way to make a point is with foaming-at-the-mouth rhetoric and letters filled primarily with exclamation points. He's just trying to rewrite and reword much of humanity's formative works to favor Lysenkoism.

    I defy the fatuous vagrants who cover up Neo Exdeath's criminal ineptitude, and I defy the powers of darkness that they represent. One of the enduring effects of Neo Exdeath's plaints is the way they will create an ill-natured, vicious world of guilt and shame. Childish cheapskates generally maintain that Neo Exdeath has no intention to guarantee the destruction of anything that looks like a vital community but Neo Exdeath's often-quoted put-downs belie this notion. We need to avoid the extremes of a pessimistic naturalism and an optimistic humanism by combining the truths of both. Why? Because of what's at stake: literally everything.

    Ironically, Neo Exdeath's attendants give Neo Exdeath credit for things he hasn't done. Do I blame society for this? No, I blame Neo Exdeath. I, hardheaded cynic that I am, hate having to keep reminding everybody of this, but if I thought that his criticisms had even a snowball's chance in Hell of doing anything good for anyone, then I wouldn't be so critical. As they stand, however, I can conclude only that Neo Exdeath's ipse dixits symbolize lawlessness, violence, and misguided rebellion—extreme liberty for a few, even if the rest of us lose more than a little freedom. The only weapons Neo Exdeath has in his intellectual arsenal are book burning, brainwashing, and intimidation. That's all he has, and he knows it.

    Neo Exdeath ignores the most basic ground rule of debate. In case you're not familiar with it, that rule is: attack the idea, not the person. I didn't want to talk about this. I really didn't. But you may be worried that he will turn the social order upside-down so that the dregs on the bottom become the scum on the top in the immediate years ahead. If so, then I share your misgivings. But let's not worry about that now. Instead, let's discuss my observation that I want to unify our community. Neo Exdeath, in contrast, wants to drive divisive ideological wedges through it.

    I welcome Neo Exdeath's comments. However, Neo Exdeath needs to realize that he wants to get me thrown in jail. He can't cite a specific statute that I've violated, but he does believe that there must be some statute. This tells me that there is no such thing as evil in the abstract. It exists only in the evil deeds of evil people like Neo Exdeath. And that's what writing this sort of letter is all about. It's a way to renew those institutions of civil society—like families, schools, churches, and civic groups—that lift our nation from the quicksand of injustice to the solid rock of brotherhood.
    Wow... *T.R.D.S. overdid himself with that!

    I wanted to thank you: Your Dusknoir set got Krazyglue interested in MYM and we have, since then, begun a joint set! GJ, man. GJ.
    I want this letter to serve as an oasis of sanity in Neo's desert of foolishness. The full truth of my conclusion I shall develop in the course of this letter but the conclusion's general outline is that Neo is hardly the first proponent of pretentious clericalism and he is unlikely to be the last. Am I being too harsh for writing that? Maybe I am, but that's really the only way you can push a point through to Neo.
    While there are many effete underachievers, Neo is the most licentious of the lot. I'm sure you get my point here. With friends like him, who needs enemies? I mean, if I thought that Neo's philippics had even a snowball's chance in Hell of doing anything good for anyone, then I wouldn't be so critical. As they stand, however, I can conclude only that there is something deluded about Neo's shabby mendacity and sneaking duplicity. Hence and therefore, if I didn't sincerely believe that the cure for corruption, conspiracy, and treason must start by exposing the problem to people who care and are not themselves corrupted, then I wouldn't be writing this letter. I do not propose a supernatural solution to the problems we're having with Neo. Instead, I propose a practical, realistic, down-to-earth approach that requires only that I defy the international enslavement of entire peoples.
    If we don't institute change then Neo will squander irreplaceable treasures. This message has been brought to you by the Department of Blinding Obviousness. What might not be so obvious, however, is that our battle with Neo is a battle between spiritualism and misoneism, between tradition and subversion, between the defenders of Western civilization and its enemies. With the battle lines drawn as such, it is abundantly clear that when Neo hears anyone say that this is a stark reality that no impartial analyst can choose to ignore, his answer is to paint people of different races and cultures as unsavory alien forces undermining the coherent national will. That's similar to taking a few drunken swings at a beehive: it just makes me want even more to stand as a witness in the divine court of the Eternal Judge and proclaim that sesquipedalianism is a crime, an outrage, and a delusion. I am deliberately using colorful language in this letter. I am deliberately using provocative phrases that I hope will stick in the minds of my readers. I do ensure, however, that my words are always appropriate and accurate and clearly explain how if I had my druthers, Neo would never have had the opportunity to prevent people from thinking and visualizing beyond an increasingly psychologically caged existence. As it stands, Neo's ipse dixits always follow the same pattern. He puts the desired twist on the actual facts, ignores inconvenient facts, and invents as many new "facts" as necessary to convince us that the existence and perpetuation of despotism is its own moral justification.
    No one can deny that at their mildest, Neo's asseverations still manage to lead to the destruction of the human race, yet the gloss that his apparatchiks put on his screeds unfortunately does little to compile readers' remarks and suggestions and use them to solve the problems of revisionism, sectarianism, economic inequality, and lack of equal opportunity. Too many emotions to count raced through my mind when I first realized that Neo sells the supposed merits of mercantalism on the basis of rhetoric, not evidence. The evidence, however belated, is now in, and the evidence says that Neo has allowed himself to become a spokesman for the same point of view shared by boisterous schmucks, propagandism-prone deviants, and prolix, otiose spielers while masquerading as an outspoken radical bucking the system. The one thing that's central to all of his empty-headed communiqués is a desire to foment, precipitate, and finance large-scale wars to emasculate and bankrupt nations and thereby force them into a one-world government. I call this the New Incendiarism. The old incendiarism was concerned only with breaking down our communities. Although that was bad enough, I want to stand up and fight for our heritage, traditions, and values. That may seem simple enough, but Neo is typical of libidinous, virulent paper-pushers in his wild invocations to the irrational, the magic, and the fantastic to dramatize his intimations.
    Neo will dress up his profit motive in the cloak of selfless altruism sometime soon—not necessarily by direct action, but by convincing his compeers to manipulate everything and everybody. The space remaining in this letter will not suffice even to enumerate the ways in which he has tried to dismantle the guard rails that protect society from the perverted elements in its midst. The underlying message is that his plans for the future symbolize lawlessness, violence, and misguided rebellion—extreme liberty for a few, even if the rest of us lose more than a little freedom. Neo is the type of person that turns up his nose at people like you and me. I guess that's because we haven't the faintest notion about the things that really matter such as why it would be good for him to cast the world into nuclear holocaust.
    This in mind, I would like to suggest the kind of politics and policies that are needed to restore good sense to this important debate. Not to change the subject or anything, but Neo's hastily mounted campaigns cannot stand on their own merit. That's why they're dependent on elaborate artifices and explanatory stories to convince us that the rigors that Neo's victims have been called upon to undergo have been amply justified in the sphere of concrete achievement.
    Let us now join hands, hearts, and minds to detail the specific steps and objectives needed to thwart Neo's snappish little schemes. Neo's favorite tactic is known as "deceiving with the truth". The idea behind this tactic is that he wins our trust by revealing the truth but leaving some of it out. This makes us less likely to announce that we may need to picket, demonstrate, march, or strike to stop Neo before he can sully a profession that's already held in low esteem.
    In order for us to realize more happiness in our lives, we need to understand that Neo is an inspiration to asinine bums everywhere. They panegyrize his crusade to require religious services around the world to begin with "Neo is great; Neo is good; we thank Neo for our daily food", and, more importantly, they don't realize that Neo's attempts to shackle us with the chains of imperialism are much worse than mere allotheism. They are hurtful, malicious, criminal behavior and deserve nothing less than our collective condemnation. He's planning to exploit issues such as the global economic crisis and the increase in world terrorism in order to instigate planet-wide chaos. Planet-wide chaos is Neo's gateway to global tyranny, which will in turn enable him to break down age-old institutions and customs. Neo's bons mots are not our only concern. To state the matter in a few words, if anything, if Neo can't stand the heat, he should get out of the kitchen. Neo teaches workshops on neopaganism. Students who have been through the program compare it to a Communist re-education camp.
    I have always assumed that Neo's agitprop machine is running at full throttle, but the fact of the matter is that I am now in a position to define what I mean when I say that for the time being, this is not a major issue. What I mean is that he commonly appoints ineffective people to important positions. He then ensures that these people stay in those positions because that makes it easy for him to impair the practice of democracy. For future reference, if I chose to do so I could write exclusively about Neo's foolish, insufferable cop-outs and never be lacking for material. Nonetheless, I'd rather spend some time discussing how I myself indeed hope you're not being misled by the "new Neo". Only his methods and tactics have changed. Neo's goal is still the same: to demand that Earth submit to the dominion of caustic dummkopfs. That's why I'm telling you that Neo is willing to promote truth and justice when it's convenient. But when it threatens his creature comforts, Neo throws principle to the wind.
    The facts as I see them simply do not support the false, but widely accepted, notion that truth is merely a social construct. Neo likes to brag about how the members of his posse are ideologically diverse. Perhaps that means that some of them prefer Stalin over Hitler. In any case, when Neo stated that people prefer "cultural integrity" and "multicultural sensitivity" to health, food, safety, and the opportunity to choose their own course through life, I concluded that he was entirely ornery. Now that he claims that divine ichor flows through his veins, I aver that he's crossed the line into post-rationalist neo-Hegelianism. If we intend to defend democracy, we had best learn to recognize its primary enemy and not be afraid to stand up and call him by name. That name is Neo .
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    First Match

    Rules: Evasion Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Sleep Clause, Soul Dew Clause, Species Clause, Timed Battle
    xLeafybug sent out Bronzong (lvl 100 Bronzong).
    TWILTHERO sent out Ambipom (lvl 100 Ambipom ?).
    xLeafybug: lol, ready for your free wins?
    xLeafybug: lol
    TWILTHERO: lol
    Ambipom used Fake Out.
    It's not very effective...
    Bronzong lost 11% of its health.
    Bronzong flinched!
    Bronzong's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Bronzong restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Ambipom used U-turn.
    Bronzong lost 17% of its health.
    TWILTHERO switched in Typhlosion (lvl 100 Typhlosion ?).
    Bronzong used Stealth Rock.
    Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
    Bronzong's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Bronzong restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Typhlosion used Eruption.
    It's super effective!
    Bronzong lost 57% of its health.
    Bronzong used Earthquake.
    It's super effective!
    Typhlosion lost 66% of its health.
    Bronzong's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Bronzong restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Suicune (lvl 100 Suicune).
    Suicune is exerting its pressure!
    Pointed stones dug into Suicune.
    Suicune lost 12% of its health.
    Bronzong used Earthquake.
    Suicune lost 20% of its health.
    Suicune's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Suicune restored 6% of its health.
    Bronzong's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Bronzong restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Suicune used Calm Mind.
    Suicune's special attack was raised.
    Suicune's special defence was raised.
    Bronzong used Gyro Ball.
    It's not very effective...
    A critical hit!
    Suicune lost 27% of its health.
    Suicune's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Suicune restored 6% of its health.
    Bronzong's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Bronzong restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Suicune used Calm Mind.
    Suicune's special attack was raised.
    Suicune's special defence was raised.
    Bronzong used Gyro Ball.
    It's not very effective...
    Suicune lost 15% of its health.
    Suicune's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Suicune restored 6% of its health.
    Bronzong's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Bronzong restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Suicune used Surf.
    Bronzong lost 48% of its health.
    Bronzong used Explosion.
    Suicune lost 97% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Suicune fainted.
    xLeafybug's Bronzong fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Feraligatr (lvl 100 Feraligatr ?).
    TWILTHERO switched in Ambipom (lvl 100 Ambipom ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Ambipom.
    Ambipom lost 12% of its health.
    Ambipom used Fake Out.
    Feraligatr lost 26% of its health.
    Feraligatr flinched!
    ---
    Ambipom used Thunderpunch.
    It's super effective!
    Feraligatr lost 50% of its health.
    Feraligatr used Swords Dance.
    Feraligatr's attack was sharply raised.
    ---
    Feraligatr used Aqua Jet.
    Ambipom lost 101% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Ambipom fainted.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Tangrowth (lvl 100 Tangrowth ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Tangrowth.
    Tangrowth lost 12% of its health.
    Feraligatr used Aqua Jet.
    It's not very effective...
    Tangrowth lost 17% of its health.
    Tangrowth used Power Whip.
    It's super effective!
    Feraligatr lost 102% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Feraligatr fainted.
    Tangrowth's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Tangrowth restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Salamence (lvl 100 Salamence ?).
    Salamence's intimidate cut Tangrowth's attack!
    Salamence used Fire Blast.
    It's super effective!
    Tangrowth lost 158% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Tangrowth fainted.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Salamence (lvl 100 Salamence ?).
    Salamence's intimidate cut Salamence's attack!
    Pointed stones dug into Salamence.
    Salamence lost 25% of its health.
    Salamence used Draco Meteor.
    It's super effective!
    Salamence lost 201% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Salamence fainted.
    Salamence's special attack was harshly lowered.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Shaymin (lvl 100 Shaymin).
    TWILTHERO switched in Lucario (lvl 100 Lucario ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Lucario.
    Lucario lost 3% of its health.
    Shaymin used Hidden Power.
    It's not very effective...
    Lucario lost 12% of its health.
    ---
    Shaymin used Substitute.
    Shaymin lost 25% of its health.
    Shaymin made a substitute!
    Lucario used Swords Dance.
    Lucario's attack was sharply raised.
    Shaymin's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Shaymin restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Lucario used Extremespeed.
    The substitute took damage for Shaymin!
    Shaymin's substitute faded!
    Shaymin used Leech Seed.
    Lucario was seeded!
    Shaymin's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Shaymin restored 6% of its health.
    Lucario's health was sapped by leech seed!
    Lucario lost 12% of its health.
    Shaymin regained health!
    Shaymin restored 9% of its health.
    ---
    Lucario used Extremespeed.
    Shaymin lost 56% of its health.
    Lucario lost 10% of its health.
    Shaymin used Seed Flare.
    It's not very effective...
    A critical hit!
    Lucario lost 63% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Lucario fainted.
    Shaymin's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Shaymin restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Typhlosion (lvl 100 Typhlosion ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Typhlosion.
    Typhlosion lost 25% of its health.
    Typhlosion used Fire Blast.
    It's super effective!
    Shaymin lost 161% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Shaymin fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Scizor (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
    Scizor used Bullet Punch.
    It's not very effective...
    A critical hit!
    Typhlosion lost 58% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Typhlosion fainted.
    Scizor lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Salamence (lvl 100 Salamence ?).
    Salamence's intimidate cut Scizor's attack!
    Pointed stones dug into Salamence.
    Salamence lost 25% of its health.
    Scizor used Bullet Punch.
    Salamence lost 36% of its health.
    Scizor lost 10% of its health.
    Salamence used Flamethrower.
    It's super effective!
    Scizor lost 197% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Scizor fainted.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Salamence fainted.
    xLeafybug wins!
    xLeafybug: GG man
    TWILTHERO: gg
    xLeafybug: You wanna save the logs?
    TWILTHERO: Yeah, i'll save this one

    Second Match

    Rules: Evasion Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Sleep Clause, Soul Dew Clause, Species Clause, Timed Battle
    xLeafybug sent out Ninjask (lvl 100 Ninjask ?).
    TWILTHERO sent out Ambipom (lvl 100 Ambipom ?).
    xLeafybug: I'm gonna get *****.
    xLeafybug: Green was my best set.
    Ninjask used Protect.
    Ninjask protected itself!
    Ambipom used Fake Out.
    Ninjask protected itself!
    Ninjask's Speed Boost raised its speed!
    ---
    Ninjask used Swords Dance.
    Ninjask's attack was sharply raised.
    Ambipom used Thunderpunch.
    It's super effective!
    Ninjask lost 92% of its health.
    Ninjask's Speed Boost raised its speed!
    ---
    Ninjask used Baton Pass.
    xLeafybug switched in Heracross (lvl 100 Heracross ?).
    Ambipom used U-turn.
    It's not very effective...
    Heracross lost 13% of its health.
    TWILTHERO switched in Typhlosion (lvl 100 Typhlosion ?).
    ---
    Typhlosion used Eruption.
    It's super effective!
    Heracross lost 157% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Heracross fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Vaporeon (lvl 100 Vaporeon ?).
    TWILTHERO switched in Ambipom (lvl 100 Ambipom ?).
    Vaporeon used Surf.
    Ambipom lost 61% of its health.
    ---
    Ambipom used Fake Out.
    Vaporeon lost 21% of its health.
    Vaporeon flinched!
    Vaporeon's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Vaporeon restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Ambipom used Thunderpunch.
    It's super effective!
    Vaporeon lost 31% of its health.
    Vaporeon is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
    Vaporeon used Surf.
    Ambipom lost 58% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Ambipom fainted.
    Vaporeon's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Vaporeon restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Tangrowth (lvl 100 Tangrowth ?).
    Tangrowth used Leech Seed.
    Vaporeon was seeded!
    Vaporeon used Wish.
    Vaporeon made a wish!
    Vaporeon's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Vaporeon restored 6% of its health.
    Vaporeon's health was sapped by leech seed!
    Vaporeon lost 12% of its health.
    Tangrowth regained health!
    Tangrowth restored 15% of its health.
    ---
    Vaporeon is paralysed! It can't move!
    Tangrowth used Power Whip.
    Tangrowth's attack missed!
    The wish came true!
    Vaporeon restored 50% of its health.
    Vaporeon's health was sapped by leech seed!
    Vaporeon lost 12% of its health.
    Tangrowth regained health!
    Tangrowth restored 15% of its health.
    ---
    Tangrowth used Power Whip.
    It's super effective!
    Vaporeon lost 71% of its health.
    Vaporeon used Toxic.
    Tangrowth was badly poisoned!
    Tangrowth is hurt by poison!
    Tangrowth lost 6% of its health.
    Vaporeon's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Vaporeon restored 6% of its health.
    Vaporeon's health was sapped by leech seed!
    Vaporeon lost 12% of its health.
    Tangrowth regained health!
    Tangrowth restored 15% of its health.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Ninjask (lvl 100 Ninjask ?).
    Tangrowth used Power Whip.
    It's not very effective...
    Ninjask lost 23% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Ninjask fainted.
    Tangrowth is hurt by poison!
    Tangrowth lost 12% of its health.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Drapion (lvl 100 Drapion ?).
    Drapion used Cross Poison.
    It's super effective!
    A critical hit!
    Tangrowth lost 96% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Tangrowth fainted.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Salamence (lvl 100 Salamence ?).
    Salamence's intimidate cut Drapion's attack!
    Salamence used Earthquake.
    It's super effective!
    Drapion lost 91% of its health.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    Drapion used Swords Dance.
    Drapion's attack was sharply raised.
    ---
    Salamence used Earthquake.
    It's super effective!
    Drapion lost 95% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Drapion fainted.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Weezing (lvl 100 Weezing ?).
    xLeafybug: wait, isn't one of the rules that you can't use the same color twice in a row?
    xLeafybug: or is that only if you win?
    Salamence used Draco Meteor.
    A critical hit!
    Weezing lost 261% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Weezing fainted.
    Salamence's special attack was harshly lowered.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO: I think it's only if you win
    xLeafybug switched in Espeon (lvl 100 Espeon ?).
    Salamence used Earthquake.
    A critical hit!
    Espeon lost 161% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Espeon fainted.
    Salamence lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Vaporeon (lvl 100 Vaporeon ?).
    Salamence used Earthquake.
    Vaporeon lost 32% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Vaporeon fainted.
    TWILTHERO wins!
    TWILTHERO: and....gg

    Third match

    Rules: Evasion Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Sleep Clause, Soul Dew Clause, Species Clause, Timed Battle
    xLeafybug sent out Azelf (lvl 100 Azelf).
    TWILTHERO sent out Ambipom (lvl 100 Ambipom ?).
    Ambipom used Fake Out.
    Azelf lost 44% of its health.
    Azelf flinched!
    ---
    Ambipom used U-turn.
    It's super effective!
    Azelf lost 64% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Azelf fainted.
    TWILTHERO switched in Suicune (lvl 100 Suicune).
    Suicune is exerting its pressure!
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Gengar (lvl 100 Gengar ?).
    Gengar used Thunderbolt.
    It's super effective!
    Suicune lost 57% of its health.
    Suicune is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
    Gengar lost 10% of its health.
    Suicune is paralysed! It can't move!
    Suicune's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Suicune restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Gengar used Substitute.
    Gengar lost 25% of its health.
    Gengar made a substitute!
    Suicune used Extrasensory.
    It's super effective!
    The substitute took damage for Gengar!
    Gengar's substitute faded!
    Suicune's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Suicune restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Gengar used Thunderbolt.
    It's super effective!
    Suicune lost 55% of its health.
    Gengar lost 10% of its health.
    Suicune is paralysed! It can't move!
    Suicune's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Suicune restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Gengar used Thunderbolt.
    It's super effective!
    Suicune lost 52% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Suicune fainted.
    Gengar lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Typhlosion (lvl 100 Typhlosion ?).
    Typhlosion used Eruption.
    Gengar lost 123% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Gengar fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Claydol (lvl 100 Claydol).
    Typhlosion used Eruption.
    Claydol lost 66% of its health.
    Claydol used Calm Mind.
    Claydol's special attack was raised.
    Claydol's special defence was raised.
    ---
    Typhlosion used Eruption.
    Claydol lost 45% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Claydol fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Honchkrow (lvl 100 Honchkrow ?).
    Honchkrow used Sucker Punch.
    A critical hit!
    Typhlosion lost 167% of its health.
    TWILTHERO's Typhlosion fainted.
    Honchkrow lost 10% of its health.
    ---
    TWILTHERO switched in Ambipom (lvl 100 Ambipom ?).
    Ambipom used Fake Out.
    Honchkrow lost 43% of its health.
    Honchkrow flinched!
    ---
    Ambipom used Thunderpunch.
    It's super effective!
    Honchkrow lost 78% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Honchkrow fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Lucario (lvl 100 Lucario ?).
    Ambipom used Low Kick.
    It's super effective!
    A critical hit!
    Lucario lost 218% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Lucario fainted.
    ---
    xLeafybug switched in Registeel (lvl 100 Registeel).
    Ambipom used Low Kick.
    It's super effective!
    Registeel lost 64% of its health.
    Registeel used Thunder Wave.
    Ambipom is paralysed! It may be unable to move!
    Registeel's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Registeel restored 6% of its health.
    ---
    Registeel used Curse.
    Registeel's speed was lowered.
    Registeel's attack was raised.
    Registeel's defence was raised.
    Ambipom used Low Kick.
    It's super effective!
    Registeel lost 48% of its health.
    xLeafybug's Registeel fainted.
    TWILTHERO wins!
    xLeafybug: GG.
    xLeafybug: save this
    TWILTHERO: gg
    TWILTHERO: saved...PMing annoying now..
    hahah thanks neo! now that i think about it, werent you supposed to be one of the first people i come to when this happened? hah
    you know...replying to me would make getting our match done that much easier
    Oh, :mad: is just something some of us like to use in our posts for no reason. It's not really a definite group of people, but I know me and Frown do it a lot. :>

    Ah, I see. I should go do that. I want to get my tourney through. ;-;
    Well thanks!:mad:

    Well, I'm just hoping I get the entrants for my tourney by Wednesday. .-. I thought about asking people to join, but I thought that would fall under "blatant advertisement". XD
    thank you :)
    when i do that, you gonna be the first person i show my blue name to :p
    this gonna sound stupid, but you had to apply for it??? :confused: :laugh:
    i actually didnt know that!
    wow thats embarrassing :embarrass
    idk... ive hosted two ONLINE tourneys(does that make a difference?)
    granted, only one was successful, but i still hosted a tourney :ohwell:
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