Results 1 to 16 of 16

Thread: Battle of [insert original title here] (WARSTORY)

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Location
    Soviet Canuckistan
    Posts
    1,013

    Default Battle of [insert original title here] (WARSTORY)

    H'okay, this is my first warstory. I've seen a few, so I think I know how this should go...

    I didn't plan this battle, it was a random matchup with someone on the Smogon Shoddy server. I asked for my opponent's permission before getting this saved and posted. I am Psychic J.T. on Smogon, and my actions will be in blue (the readable shade for once). My opponent, andrewn630, will be dark red. My comments will be in pale green. All speech from within the match has been removed, as it was mostly either pointless banter about nicknames or comments that I will make in this post anyway.

    You may notice that when Pokemon are sent in, there are nicknames, but these nicknames don't appear anywhere else in the warstory. This is because I edited out the nicknames to avoid confusion. This took me an additional half-hour or so before I remembered Microsoft Word has a Replace tool. You're welcome.

    Psychic J.T.'s Team -
    Andrewn630's Team -

    Rules: Ladder Match, Sleep Clause, Freeze Clause, OHKO Clause, Evasion Clause, Species Clause, Strict Damage Clause, Soul Dew Clause

    Psychic J.T. sent out Ember (lvl 100 Infernape ?).
    andrewn630 sent out Everglade (lvl 100 Swampert ?).


    VS.
    100% -- 100%

    The battle begins as both of us set our leads on each other. Honestly, I've had better opening match-ups. Infernape doesn't have much he can do to take out this Swampert - I don't use Grass Knot on my LeadApe. My only option is to use Stealth Rock and start working from there. First, though, I may as well use Fake Out.

    Infernape used Fake Out.
    Swampert lost 7% of its health.
    Swampert flinched!
    Swampert's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Swampert restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    100% -- 99%

    Kinda pointless, yes, but I was hoping for a critical hit. At least then when I switched in something else, I had a slightly higher chance of taking Swampert out.

    Infernape used Stealth Rock.
    Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
    Swampert used Earthquake.
    It's super effective!
    Infernape lost 100% of its health.
    Infernape hung on using its Focus Sash!
    Swampert's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Swampert restored 1% of its health.


    VS.
    1% ----- 100%

    I got Stealth Rock up. Infernape's purpose is fulfilled. Now to find a way to kill or at least weaken this Swampert. Neither Close Combat nor Fire Blast will do much damage, but the standard Swampert has lower Special Defense, and Infernape has higher Special Attack. Also, Blaze will kick in and power up Fire Blast, and it has a chance of burning Swampert, hopefully making my next switch-in a little safer. With that in mind, I decide to go with Fire Blast.

    Infernape used Fire Blast.
    It's not very effective...
    Swampert lost 36% of its health.
    Swampert used Stealth Rock.
    Pointed stones float in the air around the foe's team!
    Swampert's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Swampert restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    1% ----- 70%

    Huh. I was expecting him to finish me then and there, but I guess he knew I couldn't do much to him. At least I have one more chance to burn him. Or, if I'm lucky, get a crit and kill him.

    Infernape used Fire Blast.
    It's not very effective...
    Swampert lost 34% of its health.
    Swampert used Waterfall.
    It's super effective!
    Infernape lost 0% of its health.
    Psychic J.T.'s Infernape fainted.
    Swampert's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Swampert restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    0% ----- 42%
    5-6 for Andrewn630

    Infernape goes down. I didn't get the burn I was hoping for, but at least this guy's weakened enough that whatever I switch in next can take him down.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Glacier (lvl 100 Empoleon ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Empoleon.
    Empoleon lost 6% of its health.


    VS.
    93% ---- 42%

    Out comes Empoleon. I don't have any other Grass move users on my team, so it boils down to one more attempt to get this guy out of the way. I want to keep Empoleon alive so he can attempt a sweep later on, though, so I'll have to be careful.

    Empoleon used Grass Knot.
    It's super effective!
    Swampert lost 42% of its health.
    andrewn630's Swampert fainted.


    VS.
    93% ---- 0%
    5-5 TIE

    There we go. Now to see what else he has...

    andrewn630 switched in Wallop (lvl 100 Heracross ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Heracross.
    Heracross lost 12% of its health.


    VS.
    93% ---- 87%

    Crap. I'll have to take a turn to switch out. I really don't want to show this next Pokemon to him now, because if I do he can prepare for it. I want to keep its surprise value and only bring it out at the end, when his status users and hard-hitting sweepers are down for the count. However, things don't seem to look like they'll let that happen, so it's time to bring in Cresselia.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Cresselia (lvl 100 Cresselia ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Cresselia.
    Cresselia lost 12% of its health.
    Heracross used Close Combat.
    It's not very effective...
    Cresselia lost 15% of its health.
    Heracross's defence was lowered.
    Heracross's special defence was lowered.
    Cresselia's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Cresselia restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    79% ---- 87%

    I guessed correctly and Cress ate the Close Combat. I fully expect this Heracross to be either Scarfed or Banded - in any case, it can't do much except spam an ineffective defense-killing move. I figure the best move to make is to set up a Reflect for whatever switches in next, because there's no way this Heracross is staying in.

    andrewn630 switched in Barrage (lvl 100 Tyranitar ?).
    Tyranitar's Sand Stream whipped up a sandstorm!
    A sandstorm brewed!
    Pointed stones dug into Tyranitar.
    Tyranitar lost 12% of its health.
    Cresselia used Reflect.
    A barrier was formed!
    The sandstorm rages.
    Cresselia is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Cresselia lost 6% of its health.
    Cresselia's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Cresselia restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    79% ---- 87%

    Great, now this is exactly what I didn't want to happen. Luckily, my Reflect should give me enough room to switch out to something else and eat Tyranitar's Crunch. I hesitate here, though, because he might expect that and use Fire Punch to hit any incoming Steel-types. I decide to risk it anyway.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Artemis (lvl 100 Scizor ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Scizor.
    Scizor lost 12% of its health.
    Tyranitar used Crunch.
    It's not very effective...
    Scizor lost 14% of its health.
    Tyranitar lost 10% of its health.
    The sandstorm rages.


    VS.
    73% ---- 78%

    I was right in switching in Scizor. What's more, now I know he's not holding a Babiri Berry, because of the Life Orb damage Tyranitar took from hitting me. A quick Bullet Punch should fix this threat, although he's likely going to switch out.

    Scizor used Bullet Punch.
    It's super effective!
    Tyranitar lost 78% of its health.
    andrewn630's Tyranitar fainted.
    Scizor lost 10% of its health.
    The sandstorm rages.


    VS.
    63% ---- 0%
    5-4 for Psychic J.T.

    Or not. Down goes this potential monster. It's a shame I can't do anything about the sand, though. Now my Cresselia seems to be a neutered deadweight.

    andrewn630 switched in Havoc (lvl 100 Metagross).
    Pointed stones dug into Metagross.
    Metagross lost 6% of its health.
    Metagross used Earthquake.
    Scizor lost 30% of its health.
    Scizor used Swords Dance.
    Scizor's attack was sharply raised.
    The sandstorm rages.


    VS.
    33% ---- 93%

    Crap. My Scizor's running on empty... even 248 HP EVs won't save me now. All I can do is hope a +2 Bug Bite can take down this thing. Although, admittedly, I do have a lot of other things with which I can kill Metagross.

    Metagross used Earthquake.
    Scizor lost 29% of its health.
    Scizor used Bug Bite.
    Metagross lost 94% of its health.
    andrewn630's Metagross fainted.
    Scizor lost 4% of its health.
    Psychic J.T.'s Scizor fainted.
    Scizor's reflect wore off!
    The sandstorm rages.


    VS.
    0% ----- 0%
    4-3 for Psychic J.T.

    I hate situations like this. I have no idea what my opponent will pull out next, so I can't intelligently make a good counter-switch. It drives me nuts to rely on guessing. The way I see it, I have three choices to switch in - Swampert to avoid super-effective threats, Cresselia for pure defense, or Jolteon to outspeed and kill whatever andrew sent in.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Volt (lvl 100 Jolteon ?).
    andrewn630 switched in Wallop (lvl 100 Heracross ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Heracross.
    Heracross lost 12% of its health.
    Pointed stones dug into Jolteon.
    Jolteon lost 12% of its health.


    VS.
    87% ---- 75%

    I ultimately chose to go with Jolteon and pretty much immediately regret it. This Heracross is either Banded or Scarfed; if it's Scarfed it'll outspeed and kill Jolteon, and if it's Banded I can kill it first. I don't care to stick around and find out. Worried that he'll expect me to switch to Cresselia and use Megahorn, but not wanting to switch to Empoleon and eat a badly-predicted Close Combat, I switch to something that's neutral to both.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Tsunami (lvl 100 Swampert ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Swampert.
    Swampert lost 6% of its health.
    Heracross used Close Combat.
    Swampert lost 61% of its health.
    Heracross's defence was lowered.
    Heracross's special defence was lowered.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Heracross is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Heracross lost 6% of its health.
    Swampert's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Swampert restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    39% ---- 69%

    Oof. That did a bit more than I was expecting. At least now I know what to switch in next. Once again, though, I seem to have a deadweight sitting around with a low amount of HP. Another stupid move on my part.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Cresselia (lvl 100 Cresselia ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Cresselia.
    Cresselia lost 12% of its health.


    VS.
    67% ---- 69%

    At this point I realize Cresselia might not be such a deadweight after all. I know she can survive another Close Combat, but she's dying quickly, and she can't recover much anymore either. I plan on setting up a Reflect and doing whatever I can to what comes in next. If for some reason this Heracross stays in, I can finally finish it off.

    Heracross used Close Combat.
    It's not very effective...
    Cresselia lost 17% of its health.
    Heracross's defence was lowered.
    Heracross's special defence was lowered.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Heracross is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Heracross lost 6% of its health.
    Cresselia is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Cresselia lost 6% of its health.
    Cresselia's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Cresselia restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    50% ---- 63%

    andrewn630 switched in Ness (lvl 100 Latias ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Latias.
    Latias lost 12% of its health.


    VS.
    50% ---- 87%

    Oh jesus.

    Cresselia used Reflect.
    A barrier was formed!
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 6% of its health.
    Cresselia is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Cresselia lost 6% of its health.
    Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Latias restored 6% of its health.
    Cresselia's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Cresselia restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    50% ---- 87%

    I still can't believe I didn't expect something like that. After setting up a Reflect and taking so little damage from his physical attacks, he was bound to stop and think "hey, maybe I should try special attackers on this thing..." But even if I did expect that, what could I do about it? Answer: Not much. Empoleon runs Grass Knot over Ice Beam, Swampert is too low on health to survive an Avalanche, and switching to Jolteon would probably end in death on the switch. Cresselia's got to stay in and take this one head-on. apply directly to the forehead

    Latias used Calm Mind.
    Latias's special attack was raised.
    Latias's special defence was raised.
    Cresselia used Moonlight.
    Cresselia restored 25% of its health.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 6% of its health.
    Cresselia is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Cresselia lost 6% of its health.
    Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Latias restored 6% of its health.
    Cresselia's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Cresselia restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    75% ---- 87%

    I used Moonlight hoping to survive whatever attack this thing used next, but I only ended up giving Latias a turn to set up. Now there seems to be no way to take it out with anything but Swampert, which is incredibly risky considering his low health. All I can do now is hit with Ice Beam and hope for the best - "the best" in this case being a critical hit, which, by the way, I hate relying on.

    Latias used Dragon Pulse.
    Cresselia lost 45% of its health.
    Cresselia used Ice Beam.
    It's super effective!
    Latias lost 21% of its health.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 6% of its health.
    Cresselia is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Cresselia lost 6% of its health.
    Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Latias restored 6% of its health.
    Cresselia's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Cresselia restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    30% ---- 66%

    Yeah, Cress is dead. She had a good run while she lasted, though.

    Latias used Dragon Pulse.
    Cresselia lost 30% of its health.
    Psychic J.T.'s Cresselia fainted.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 6% of its health.
    Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Latias restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    0% ----- 66%
    3-3 TIE

    *plays solemn song on bagpipes*

    Psychic J.T. switched in Volt (lvl 100 Jolteon ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Jolteon.
    Jolteon lost 12% of its health.


    VS.
    75% ---- 66%

    Screw that. I'm not ready to risk Swampert yet. Besides, maybe I can lower this thing's Special Defense. That would certainly make things easier.

    Jolteon used Shadow Ball.
    It's super effective!
    Latias lost 47% of its health.
    Latias used Dragon Pulse.
    Jolteon lost 75% of its health.
    Psychic J.T.'s Jolteon fainted.
    Jolteon's reflect wore off!
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 6% of its health.
    Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Latias restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    0% ----- 19%
    2-3 for Andrewn630

    That didn't go as I'd hoped. I'm in pretty big trouble as it is now. I have one chance, though.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Glacier (lvl 100 Empoleon ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Empoleon.
    Empoleon lost 6% of its health.


    VS.
    87% ----19%

    As a note, whenever I say "seems to" or "seemingly", it will later turn out to be untrue. For example, I said "there seems to be no way to kill Latias with anything but Swampert".

    Latias used Dragon Pulse.
    It's not very effective...
    Empoleon lost 37% of its health.
    Empoleon used Agility.
    Empoleon's speed was sharply raised.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 6% of its health.
    Latias's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Latias restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    50% ---- 19%

    See? I'm a liar. Must run in the family. Admittedly, I was relying on this thing not having Thunderbolt, but it seems like it might work.

    Empoleon used Surf.
    It's not very effective...
    Latias lost 15% of its health.
    Latias used Dragon Pulse.
    It's not very effective...
    Empoleon lost 38% of its health.
    Empoleon's Petaya Berry raised its special attack!
    The sandstorm rages.
    Latias is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Latias lost 5% of its health.
    andrewn630's Latias fainted.


    VS.
    12% ----- 0%
    2-2 TIE


    if this image is too big please tell me and I'll remove it

    andrewn630 switched in Wallop (lvl 100 Heracross ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Heracross.
    Heracross lost 12% of its health.


    VS.
    12% ---- 51%

    Toning down my asshat level for a bit, I begin to get worried here. I wasn't able to do the math at the time, so I wasn't sure whether or not Empoleon would outspeed a Scarfed Heracross. Doing the calculation now, I realize I had about a 20-point speed advantage over an Adamant ScarfCross, but I don't know that at this point. For all I know, it could be a Jolly ScarfCross, and if that's the case I'm really screwed. At the same time, though, I can't run anymore. I have only one switch-in left, and I'm not going to let my beast of a late-game sweeper go to waste.
    Also, this Heracross is pissing me off, so it's gotta die.


    Empoleon used Surf.
    Heracross lost 51% of its health.
    andrewn630's Heracross fainted.
    The sandstorm rages.


    VS.
    12% ----- 0%

    Good. Riddance. Freaking annoying bug. At this point I'm getting way too overconfident, and I start saying to myself "his last guy better have one hell of a plan".

    andrewn630 switched in Tempest (lvl 100 Gyarados ?).
    Gyarados's Intimidate cut Empoleon's attack!
    Pointed stones dug into Gyarados.
    Gyarados lost 25% of its health.


    VS.
    12% ---- 75%

    ... Remind me never to tempt fate again. When I first started building this team, one of the glaring problems raters saw with it was a major Gyarados weakness. I didn't think much of it until it started getting totally killed by every team with a Gyarados, which seemed to be about one in three teams. It was at that point that I decided to add my Cresselia, specifically with Charge Beam and Reflect to take down Gyarados. Later I would add on Jolteon, who can outspeed a DDed Adamant Gyarados and survive an unboosted Waterfall on the switch. Those two would remain my only real counters to Gyarados. Notice something about that? Right, they're both dead. Horrifying memories of my team getting massacred by Gyarados returned right about now, so I crossed my fingers as I clicked the attack button.

    Empoleon used Grass Knot.
    Gyarados lost 63% of its health.
    Gyarados used Earthquake.
    It's super effective!
    Empoleon lost 12% of its health.
    Psychic J.T.'s Empoleon fainted.
    The sandstorm rages.
    Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Gyarados lost 6% of its health.


    VS.
    0% ----- 7%

    So much for that. At this point I'm already typing "gg" to my opponent.

    Psychic J.T. switched in Tsunami (lvl 100 Swampert ?).
    Pointed stones dug into Swampert.
    Swampert lost 6% of its health.


    VS.
    33% ----- 7%

    Last chance. Maybe I can survive the incoming Waterfall/Earthquake/what-have-you and finish it with Avalanche.

    Gyarados used Ice Fang.

    ... Ice Fang? Wouldn't Waterfall be much more likely to kill me? Why would this Gyarados use Ice Fang?

    Swampert lost 19% of its health.
    Swampert was frozen solid!
    Swampert is frozen solid!
    The sandstorm rages.
    Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Gyarados lost 6% of its health.
    Swampert's leftovers restored its health a little!
    Swampert restored 6% of its health.


    VS.
    20% ----- 1%

    OH GOD THAT'S WHY. In any other situation when this happened, I'd be a little more angry, but when it happens at the point that I've accepted that I'm royally screwed, I really don't care. But when I look at the health bars, I see one more shot at winning. If Swampert somehow survives the next hit, the sandstorm will kill Gyarados.

    Gyarados used Ice Fang.
    Swampert lost 19% of its health.
    Swampert is frozen solid!
    The sandstorm rages.
    Gyarados is buffetted by the sandstorm!
    Gyarados lost 0% of its health.
    andrewn630's Gyarados fainted.
    Psychic J.T. wins!


    VS.
    1% ----- 0%

    You're kidding me.

    I'm not sure why he used Ice Fang again - maybe he figured I was going to die anyway, maybe he misclicked, maybe he just felt like being a jackass and killing me with his weakest move, but for whatever reason I somehow won because of it. Looking back on the match, I realize Swampert managed to win the match by literally doing nothing, which is not his style - he wins a lot of matches for me, but typically he does it by wrecking things, rather than standing still and letting things wreck him. In any case, many "gg's" were thrown around (some before the game actually ended) before I asked him if I could make this into a warstory.


    SLOPS:
    - Me for screwing up a couple times and getting too cocky
    - Swampert for not doing anything
    - Cresselia for getting neutered by a bit of sand in her eye

    PROPS:
    - Andrewn for being a good opponent
    - Empoleon for killing a third of the other team late-game
    - Scizor for killing another third
    - Swampert for not doing anything but winning anyway

    Again, this is my first warstory, so I dunno how good it is. :|
    Last edited by J.T.; 28th January 2010 at 1:14 AM.



    John Locke ruins everything.

    I have started a blog out of boredom. Look at it here if you're as bored as I was when I made it.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    California
    Posts
    308

    Default

    Wow...that was really close. It's amazing that you have 1% of your health left and you still managed to beat the guy. Sandstorm really plays a factor. I want to point out that after Latias fainted, you didn't change the picture to Heracross so it kinda looked like you fought Latias twice.
        Spoiler:- Current Doubles Team:

        Spoiler:- Current Singles Team:

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2009
    Location
    Soviet Canuckistan
    Posts
    1,013

    Default

    Apparently this was good enough to be accepted by the mods. Nice.

    Also thanks elephant. Fixed the pictures. Can't believe I didn't notice that >.<



    John Locke ruins everything.

    I have started a blog out of boredom. Look at it here if you're as bored as I was when I made it.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Location
    the fall of every season
    Posts
    3,690

    Default

    That was an ok battle until the last two turns. I can't believe you won that, really.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Aug 2009
    Posts
    134

    Default

    Wow, dude, I can't believe you won that. Soo damn lucky, seriously.
    If your opponent would have done waterfall for the last turn, he would have died from SS and It would have been a tie, though, right? I think it doesn't work like that on shoddy but it does in wifi.
    Upcoming GOD of WiFi.
    I do not listen to rap, hip hop, pop, or anything along the lines of that because 99% of it is not real music. However, do NOT pm me concerning my sig necause I don't care. But you can copy and paste this into your sig if you agree. ... started by CreepacisT? Meh, I doubt anyone will copy and paste it, anyways.
    Quote Originally Posted by otaku-dono
    Regigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigigas
    Touche.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Location
    In your dreams...
    Posts
    949

    Default

    You should have lost. CC does more damage to swampert.
    Start playing ubers, not OU. Serebii needs more ubers players!

    Join my new forum:

    http://rayquazasheaven.freeforums.org/index.php



    Credit to J-Master!

    Will not be active on weekdays due to school.

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Location
    Ankara, Turkey
    Posts
    547

    Default

    EVERY team has a SCIZOR !!! Gee it's not funny anymore....
    [IMG]http://i28.*******.com/2hgad5k.jpg[/IMG]

  8. #8

    Default

    Though you did play some things well, you clearly lost. Earthquake or Waterfall would have killed you, though I suspect he didn't run Waterfall.
        Spoiler:- Spoiler:

  9. #9
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    North Carolina
    Posts
    152

    Default

    Undone by his own sandstorm...
    X:


  10. #10
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    North Carolina
    Posts
    152

    Default

    Undone by his own sandstorm...
    X:


  11. #11
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Location
    North Carolina
    Posts
    152

    Default

    Undone by his own sandstorm...
    X:


  12. #12
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Location
    Scorched Slab
    Posts
    63

    Default

    Cool war story, bro.
    Diamond Name: Matthew
    Diamond FC: 5242 4468 1756

    Click the eggs to help me!

  13. #13
    Join Date
    Dec 2009
    Posts
    164

    Default

    That was insane I thought you were maybe gouge to lose that but you won congratualtions that was a crazy battle.
    soulsilver friend code-3309 6888 9118

  14. #14

    Default

    Your opponent's team and battling skills made this warstory less fun to read than I felt it should have been. However, the comments were nice, and keep working on writing warstories. ^_^

  15. #15
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Posts
    52

    Default

    haha maaateeee, you got so lucky.

    what idiot would do ice fang sorry if he has a mental disability lol.

    great stuff though, i enjoyed it

  16. #16
    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Posts
    52

    Default

    haha maaateeee, you got so lucky.

    what idiot would do ice fang sorry if he has a mental disability lol.

    great stuff though, i enjoyed it

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •