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wtf pokemon sun and moon is getting released tomorrow in Europe and I already got it shipped to my home Nov 22, 2016

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      1. Latios-
        how did you even find this
        May 23, 2019
    2. AlolanRaichu
      Well this place is a little bit inactive..
    3. Berr
      Haha so cool classic lobby came out
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    4. Squag
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    5. Berr
      please stop the arena forumers we need you back
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    6. Kiv
      ur an OP Black Kyurem counter in 1v1!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    7. yaboiafraid
      R u timidlatios
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      2. yaboiafraid
        oh u megalatias timidlatios is megalatios
        Jan 3, 2017
      3. Latios--
        Jan 3, 2017
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      4. Hinawa
        Jan 6, 2017
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    8. FishingRqdCqmbo
      Pokemon sucks Doraemon is better my favorite Doraemon is Gengar ;)
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    9. Type-Moon
      Pokemon is the best game :)
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    10. Ken_M
      where ur 3d sun i shall goes backs to y now
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    11. KorraAlone
      why cant we catch you in sun and moon :(

      well we probably wouldnt be able to mega evolve you anyway since sun and moon is racist against megas
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    12. Mettox
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    13. jockthegamer--quit
      Thanks for following!
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    14. NoPingJustDerp
      Hey i play pokerman son and mom too!
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    15. PaulaDeen
      Kingtopia has 3 rudes and was the original forum warrior
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    16. A_C_MacD
      I have your sister in Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
      1. Leafeon
        Dec 15, 2016
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    17. WavY-Royzide
      You a hottie
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    18. Latios--
      wtf pokemon sun and moon is getting released tomorrow in Europe and I already got it shipped to my home
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      3. MegaLatios
        Fair enough, Sun/Moon do have a ridiculous amount of tutorials on the first island, you get way more freedom on the second though. Probably the only bad part of the game, alongside the stupid framerate issues with totems, double battles and z moves
        Nov 26, 2016
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      4. PaulaDeen
        Theres also no 3D in the game at all, a tleast not on mine. Also, is the game easy if you use the exp share. Or hard if you ise the exp share
        Nov 26, 2016
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      5. ItsBeen30DaysNow
        "Theres also no 3D in the game at all"
        it still has better graphics then ORAS.
        Dec 4, 2016
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    19. Garbaga
      u spelled expect wrong in ur signature
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      3. Garbaga
        no because you also put "motivating "signature instead of "motivating" signature
        Nov 19, 2016
      4. Ken_M
        I will only be 'Happy' if you stop commenting on my threads.
        Nov 20, 2016
      5. Latios--
        Nov 20, 2016
    20. Relevancy
      Idk whether it was on purpose or not, but you spelled "expect" as "except" in your sig
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      2. Latios--
        you see how much I care
        Nov 18, 2016
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      3. JellyBeansGirl
        Sorry Relevancy but you just got roasted xD
        Jun 29, 2018
      4. Relevancy
        Yes, "just" got roasted 2 years ago yes yes
        Jul 3, 2018
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    Did you expect me to put a "nice" and "motivating" signature just to make people like me for being someone fake in a block game forum? Probably not, but if you did you were wrong.