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But anyways as I understand it this argument started when two people made a halfwitted joke talking about internet forums and you accused them of something. You were literally taking offense to a joke on the internet about another internet community.
Sit back and absorb that one for a second.
Last edited by Cifala; 9th July 2012 at 2:05 AM.
You were literally taking offense to a joke on the internet about another internet community.
Sit back and absorb that one for a second.Not seeing what you see I guess.Originally Posted by GhostAnime
Competitive Pokemon battling.. really?... wtf. @_@
God dammit my parents are fighting again.
Steam name: Hetfield's Rage
What are they fighting about?
I'm kind of sad I missed a fight over the merits of a competitive Pokemon battling forum. In other news, read this because I literally had tears streaming down my face.[/url] I'm still trying to figure out the logistics of a guy batting his eyelashes against a womans underboob.
Last edited by Profesco; 10th July 2012 at 7:06 AM.
15. "Dip your breasts in edible body paint, and use them to 'sponge paint' his entire body. Then lick it off."Uhhhh what.22. "Mix one tablespoon of saliva (the kind deep in your throat works best - its viscosity makes it a good substitute for lube) with one tablespoon of water to stretch the spit."
pm me any reports/questions that you may have
But what do I care, this is just another case of GhostAnime "debating" something that didn't need debating in the first place.
this being the most recent thread I could find. There's probably a better one, but I can't seem to locate it.
I don't think you guys know what forced means. This isn't me being a technical *******. You really aren't forced to do anything. Smash players aren't forced to do anything too.
This is just another case of jb adding in absolutely nothing to a discussion other than further proving that his stupidity has no bounds.this is just another case of GhostAnime "debating" something that didn't need debating in the first place.
Last edited by GhostAnime; 9th July 2012 at 1:10 PM.
So, realistically, the average competitive battler has one of two choices: Smogon rules, or get out.
Because the great and powerful Smogon is always right, and as a messenger, it is his job to convert new followers!Originally Posted by The Eleventh
Darn that silly GhostAnime. >=( Constantly responding to people who reply to him. Why can't he just be a normal person and not reply to posts?Why won't GhostAnime just leave?
And what fallacy is that? Mind listing it? Let's see if you're blowing smoke or not.What you fail to realize is that the majority of the competitive battling community is inarguably controlled by Smogon. No exceptions. And if you want to battle in a competitive tournament, 9 times out of 10 it will be Smogon rules. Forced is an accurate description of what is going on. Sure, you can ramble on and on about how nobody is required to follow the rules, but when you sit down and crunch the numbers, it's clearly a logical fallacy.
I visit many online communities. There are plenty competitive games that have varying rules. There usually is one standard ruling set, but others have different standards among them.
I think the only difference is that Smogon actually has a philosophy most people agree with. You can't fault people for agreeing with it and thinking it's correct.
You spoke that your only issues were a few select bans and clauses. Those aren't as overriding as you think. In fact, on Pokemon Online, you are given the option to check them out.
Lol group pressure and self-entitlement. Still hanging onto the assumption that it's some corrupt mindset rather than people preferring it for practicality? Have you asked all of these tournaments and websites yourself and confirmed that this was the case?Group pressure and self-entitled battlers shove the mentality down other people's throats in an ever-expanding web of control.
Or the third choice: for people to stop whining and create whatever they feel is needed. You people act like it's impossible, but if you weren't arm chair activists, maybe it'd get done.So, realistically, the average competitive battler has one of two choices: Smogon rules, or get out.