Yin's Tradelocke RulesetThis is a nuzlocke rule system I came up with awhile back, but never bothered to write down. It's basically a variation of the popular dual-locke with more emphasis on collaborative play.More Like This
Okay! First step, find a friend who loves Pokemon and nuzlockes as much as you do.
Got one? Good! Moving on~
You and your friend will need:
A Nintendo handheld system
Compatible Pokemon games (e.g. Platinum & SoulSilver, Black 2 & White, etc.)
A method of trading (link cable, IR, wi-fi, etc.)
Standard nuzlocke rules apply:
Catch only the first pokemon on each route, cave, ocean, etc.
If a pokemon faints, it's dead.
As far as additional rules go, it doesn't matter what you use as long as you and your partner use the same ones.
Now, onto the tradelocke rules:
After every 2 badges, the trainers must pick 3 pokemon to battle each other.
Winner gets to pick one of the opponent's 3 p
Anti-Theists Are Real Plotholes!A New York school district, which is about 90 minutes outside NYC, is being sued by three Jewish families whose children allegedly experienced anti-Semitic bullying with little to no response from school officials.More Like This
The district itself, Pine Bush, appears to be a steaming hotbed of openly white supremacist, anti-Semitic behavior, making one question whether this news story is from modern-day America or 1930s Nazi Germany:The Pine Bush area has already had a long, uncomfortable history with racism — the town was even home to a Ku Klux Klan grand dragon in the 1970s. The Klan leader's wife was a member of the Pine Bush school board.
Although Anti-Defamation League says there's little evidence of Klan activity in the area these days, the Jewish families detail horrifying abuse, including Holocaust jokes, swastikas in an eighth-grade classroom that teachers won't take down, and
Pokemon Crystal: Ruined AlphIf you know me even just a little, you know I'm a skeptical person.More Like This
But I didn't always used to be this way.
There was a time when I believed in demons, spirits, and a whole mess of stuff I don't even want to mention. I'm referring to a person I used to be; a person that couldn't sleep one night because there was a giant horned spider on her ceiling that may or may not have actually existed.
Call it what you might, my mind played some dirty tricks on me when I was young. But since I finished junior year, I'd gotten away from those illusions. I've never felt so safe in my life. I no longer have any fear of the paranormal, or believe I can see demons. But, there is one thing that still makes me wonder...
In middle school, I had this terribly odd experience with a kid I knew in my circle of friends. A kid who I haven't seen since, after that strange... ..encounter.
The word seems appropriate in a funny/unfunny way.
Because he was very much into Pokemon.
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