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Poll: What was the first (main series) Pokemon game that...  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
6 years ago | (2)
I played Blue, my brother played Red, and we would both play Yellow. (How? It erased itself every few days until it got broken when it went through washer and dryer) We would always fight about who would win in a fight. We did not have the cable that connected two gameboys. I have played 5 pokemon games altogether and I would know have to say that Blue will always be my favorite.
Review: In A Galaxy Not Far From Here  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
6 years ago | (2)
I do like how you acknowledge the fact that this game has something that a lot of others don't, that the music really had a deep effect, that questions in the beginning didn't really impact your character building, the fact that there is the rare glitch, and that there weren't that many enemies you could fight. "Get used to it, you'll be seeing the hub screen a lot in this long adventure", unlike you I didn't have any problems with the hub screen. I just thought that it was an organized way to get to where you wanted to go. Isn't that all a menu is supposed to do? I didn't really mind not knowing much about the story before it sends you into battle. I knew that I would eventually be told if I played the game and accepted it. I also didn't find any problem with the text. When people were talking they filled in the plot holes that one would complain about and so I would think that they would actually read what the characters are saying. I won't go into graphics as I would argue that pixel graphics looks awesome. The enemy placement did get rather annoying, even with me having focused in weapons that shoot through walls, but even if a player does go completely into weapons that don't shoot through walls they still get the weapon that can do it and it should adequate damage if the character is a high enough level. "Bland conversation is bland", only because it is supposed to be and that adds some more believability to the characters. Altogether you didn't do as bad of a job as I may have given the impression of, I just get angry when people don't tend to care about the story in games when that is (or I should say should be) half the game and Starwish gives a lot of it.
Poll: Have you ever been bullied?  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (5)
I think what is more interesting though is the ability to define bullying. Someone may say that one guy calling another guy "gay" or "stupid" is bullying while another might say that it isn't. Verb: Use superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force him or her to do what one wants. Is the definition of it as described by Wikipedia. Going back to what I was saying is that I would call a situation like that something to ignore, because it won't matter. So I propose an idea for the next poll, "How would you describe bullying?". Having answers like "I would define bullying as someone who harms another physically or mentally". Or "I would define bullying as when one person beats up another" or something to that effect. (I am sorry I am bad at coming up with these) I just find it interesting to note that people are all different and what you say really affects them, well some of them.
Side note: I know this isn't actually part of the poll, but figured it should be addressed. I already talked about this poll in another post I left if you want to see that.
Poll: Have you ever been bullied?  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (8)
My entire life I was bullied. Whether it be because some people realized that my ankles were literally broken and walked "like a penguin" or a guy slapping me because he knew I was smarter than he was. Even during my everyday school life people bully others. Like today a guy said I was poor because I don't have an Xbox 360 which is only because I don't want one. Or that he started calling me lard-ass because I am fat. Of course I know by now that he plans on getting through high school by cheating and going to a much lower standard school. It seems to me that most people that bully are like that. While this is true I know only one person who was smart and bullied others at the same time. So I am not saying that bullying automatically makes you a failing person. Only that it seems that most people that bully others are failing.
I myself never really cared about what others said about me. I know what I am and who I am, but knowing that only makes it so that I have no self-esteem at all. This doesn't mean that I have any wish to commit suicide, only that I don't feel emotion very often. Bullying is something that is overlooked where I live and I don't think it should be taken farther. Of course there are many varied opinions on this, but mine is that people need to get over "trauma" the best they can because everyone else is doing the same thing. Feel free to tell me I am wrong.
Poll: Would you say that you were raised well?  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (4)
My parents generally gave me whatever I wanted because I never asked for much to begin with. Only ever on Christmas or my birthday did I actually ask for anything big such as a Wii. My mom always tries to get us to do stuff together, but she is 49 and doesn't like to do anything fun. My stepfather is the same way except he is gone a lot. She also doesn't understand why I like to stay in my room all day and not walk down stairs to sit with her and watch t.v. (AKA American Idol). So I chose "I was raised well" because I feel that my parents may be annoying but at least they try.
Blog: Clarification of the last news post...  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (5)
When it comes to the name I would end up pronouncing it my-z-mon. The game itself doesn't sound bad. I agree with SajbTheSherlock when I say, playing as an old guy will be quite original. Playing as the "old, retired geezer" will be a nice change compared to the usual new trainer, young kid. I wonder if you will eventually (as in future chapters) be able to literally alter or create the code of the monsters yourself and create your own original one.
Game: Deliverance  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (6)
In the first item shop there is a glitch. Two "items" were constantly changing their appearance and when I bought them for 0 gold they gave me infinite gold when I sold them. Not really complaining and I know that this is a glitchy abandoned game but just thought it should be known.
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (0)
Oh, well thank you. As I am kind of new it I didn't realize I had gotten a new message so I apologize for replying so late. I have not read the bible except for about 2 verses. Even though my mom (Christian who doesn't know that her son is the only atheist for miles) used to drag me to church even when I said I didn't want to. I don't understand how you people take it, sitting around for 3 hours. I guess I do the same thing at my computer but at least mine is entertaining. (I don't truly understand it but I will figure it out) I also really like that my comment is getting such high ratings. I guess I will also point out though how that confrontation went. About five people walked up to me and asked if I was an atheist and from there asked me "Where do you go when you die?" and stuff like that. I guess when my Geography teacher told us about the Bible Belt, that includes a lot of southern United States, actually exists.
Poll: Can you be convinced to change your religious beli...  
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Rating Orb Nadrin 15 United States MelancholicPhlegmatic 9C 0F
7 years ago | (10)
I am an atheist and in one of my classes (I am in high school) we had to do an essay about "Do you think there should be praying in schools and why?". Then we have to go up and present our idea to the entire class. I was one of the last ones and about 16 people (I have 22 people in that class) said yes. The other 5 said that it should be optional if you want to or not. I was the only one in my class to say no. While people normally say one reason for their answer I said almost all of my essay. As soon as I said that I had put "no" two people glared at me and one person had a dumbstruck look on his face with his jaw hanging down. I put that not everyone is a certain religion and since most of America seems to be Christian they would look superior and look down on others (as I see people do often). When they look down on them it would be almost the same thing as people calling others "gay" which I see at least five times a day. I turned my paper in and twice before that class was over the guy with the dumbstruck look told me twice that I was "going to hell". While not physically doing it on the inside I was laughing. Most (or at least those that I have met) Christians are afraid of "going to hell" and therefore will do whatever God tells them to. Next time I see that guy I am going to tell him "Congratulations, you are living a life of fear even if you don't realize it". If you worship him just because you are in fear of this "hell" then you are living (don't really know how to put this) a fake religion.
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