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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Joyverse, Apr 17, 2015.

  1. Joyverse

    Joyverse Back for a blast!

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    It has been almost a week since I have posted something.

    Our usernames are a unique part of our PO lives, it's almost a totally different entity from our real life counterparts.
    In the thread post how your username came into reality. From where you took inspiration from.

    My first username-Joyverse is simply a shortened versioned of Joy's Universe (Joy being my nickname)
    And as for RedFalconStream, it is a combination of the code names engraved into the dog tags of 3 brave soldiers whom I really respect, all of the three of them were posted in the Gulf War sometime ago. It is a long story so I won't elaborate on this lol.

    Now there you go! Start posting.
     
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  2. [OG] Swanna Lady

    [OG] Swanna Lady Y.......Yo......You.....YOU'RE FAT!

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    Swanna-Lady came from Trivia (Which I played a lot at the time) where there was a regular called Ducklett-Man and we would always say "Ducklett for TA" as a joke. I then made the Swanna-Lady alt as a joke to make him say stuff like "Swanna-Lady for TA". I don't use this alt much anymore because it went through a bit of trouble with the [OG] clan and the Forums. Funnily enough I don't think I've ever seen Ducklett-Man after all the troubles (I wonder why :wink:)

    My second alt, Aeroflame, is the one I use for pretty much every other place is only used occasionally but it is personally my favourite alt. It was made when I was at my Grandmother's house (When I was like, 6) and I drew a picture with my eyes closed. When I looked at the picture I thought it looked a bit like an aeroplane on fire. Then I realized that it would be a silly pun to say "Aeroflame" as it sounded like Aeroplane.

    My third alt, Midnight Falls, was made because I wanted an alt that sounded mystical (I was kind of jealous of the people who did) so I got 2 things that I find mystical to go together, Midnight and Waterfalls. It is also a clever name because Midnight "Falls".

    My fourth and final alt. Joynight Falls, is the least interesting by far. It is simply because many people had Joy alts and I wanted one. The alt I happened to have at the time was Midnight Falls so meh..........
     
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  3. Dr. Doom

    Dr. Doom Long time hater of stall

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    Dr. Doom is my favourite comic book villain. Nothing extraordinary.

    When laddering, I usually use the alt CrystalFalchion as a reference to Fire Emblem Awakening, my favourite 3DS game. I also use Offensive>Stall because, well, it's the truth.
     
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  4. Joyverse

    Joyverse Back for a blast!

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    Uh huh '-'
     
  5. Jethalal

    Jethalal (~o.o)~ So Spooky ~(o.o~)

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    Jethalal is one of the best character of popular Indian television show "Tarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chashma"
    How can someone hate him..
    He has a terrible luck in show which is with me too a lot of times :c

    Uchiha Itachi cuz favourite Naruto Character :D
     
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  6. Ascarotte

    Ascarotte Well-Known Member Forum Moderator Channel Leader Forum Moderator Channel Leader

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  7. Haze Victory

    Haze Victory Dem slumps..~

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    Haze was already in use,threw in Victory and yeah..That's pretty much how it came to exist >.>.
    Little Debby was inspired by Will Ferrell's troll on The Tonight Show XD.
    Haze be building coz well..I disable Pm's when building lol,so when u see me using that alt don't mind me not replying to your messages :].
     
  8. MostHatedJohnny

    MostHatedJohnny Lost in the sauce

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    My Main alt Coyote Starrk hands down one of my favorite bleach characters ,Heil the #1 Espada ! real laid back guy similar to myself been a gang of ppl frauding this alt in tohjo but I'll just take that as a compliment lol

    From time to time you can catch me on Staz (blood lad anime) or Rich Homie Juan basically a spoof of rapper Rich Homie Quan
     
  9. Joyverse

    Joyverse Back for a blast!

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  10. La.Neptune

    La.Neptune Active Member

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    Bork, Lord Neptune
    You guys wanna know the formation of my name.. so listen...
    I am a virus from planet Neptune and my species name is Lanthanum Neptunium so i shortened it form La.Neptune. XD!!!
     
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  11. Joeypals!!

    Joeypals!! Don't you worry 'bout a thing~

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    This is probably gonna be the dorkiest in the bunch. So, I was playing the original Pokemon Mystery Dungeon (Red version) and it came to the part where I had to name my team. Being the funny little shit I was, I was like "Maybe if I put my name in the team name, everyone will join!", so I did "Joeypals" with 2 exclamation points to fill the rest of the space, though I like Nicki Minaj's answer better ("exclamation, just for emphasis"). Obviously not everything joined my team, but at the same time I never got defeated in a dungeon. After that it basically stuck and that's why I have this name.
     
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  12. Cirno

    Cirno Romantic

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    [​IMG]
     
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  13. Dr. Doom

    Dr. Doom Long time hater of stall

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    Who's that? I'm guessing they're called Cirno, but what anime/manga are they from?
     
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    Cirno Romantic

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  15. Haze Victory

    Haze Victory Dem slumps..~

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    Touhou - As manly as a game can be while still being about a bunch of little girls :3.

    Cool info ^_^..La.Uranus come the same way?
     
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  16. meeps

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    More than a decade ago... sometime late in December of 2003, the online Pokémon battling simulator Pokémon NetBattle, created and owned by TVsIan and MasamuneXGP, received a download. On that night, the child who downloaded that program logged onto Blue Heaven, by far the most popular server of that simulator at the time, under the name "poopbutt13". At that instant... a legend was born.

    On Pokémon NetBattle, there was no such thing as a ladder, like on Pokémon Online and Pokémon Showdown! today. The only way Pokémon battles could be initiated back then was by one trainer issuing a challenge to another, who accepts in response. Although every trainer's challenge window displayed exactly how many Über Pokémon their team contained, this did not stop someone with an UU team from being challenged by someone with a team of Übers. And although the OHKO Clause existed at the time, nothing stopped anyone from challenging someone without the OHKO Clause checked.

    As such, despite the general consensus back then, the idea that "Übers and one-hit KO moves are banned from standard play" was completely nonsensical at the time. Übers were not banned from any battles whatsoever, while one-hit KO moves were only ever banned in battles in which the OHKO Clause was checked, and no one was ever under the obligation to participate in such a battle in the first place.

    Yet, given that the statement "Übers and one-hit KO moves are banned from standard play" was the general consensus despite its distance from the truth, one can only imagine how incredibly hated, looked down upon, and disrespected any person who would actually dare to use Übers or one-hit KO moves in their teams would be by the competitive Pokémon community. And as a result of the very fear of what they would face if they were to use Übers or one-hit KO moves, the vast majority of trainers on Pokémon NetBattle, with the exception of newbies who did not know about the social norms and stigmas of the competitive Pokémon community, would never even dare to think of using such. But the legendary trainer who first entered Blue Heaven by the name "poopbutt13" was an exception.

    He was a child of unbelievable mental strength, willpower, and ability to believe in himself. Because he recognized the ultimate power that Über Pokémon embody, and knew that Fissure, Horn Drill and Guillotine were by far the best moves in the entire game back in Generation II, the latest generation of Pokémon available on Pokémon NetBattle back then, he persistently used such Pokémon and moves to his heart's content, despite the expectations of the competitive Pokémon community. Furthermore, the Skarmory + Blissey combo, and the use of stall in general was also extremely frowned upon at the time, yet poopbutt13 used such extensively and repeatedly as well. Needless to say, all of this made him one of the most hated individuals in the competitive Pokémon community, being flamed countless times on Smogon University, GameFAQs, Ignazio's Arena, and Pokémon NetBattle's forums and servers, and the level of hate he received, at the time, was rivaled only by that received by the legendary Generation I trainer and creator of THE Alternative, GGFan.

    However, while being in such a position would be nothing short of a hellish nightmare for the vast majority of this world's population, it was far from the case for poopbutt13, for other people's anger, hatred and other negative reactions towards him only served his amusement and nourishment. Additionally, because of the very fact that just about every other person in existence was way too cowardly and foolish to face the hatred and persecutions that come with using Übers, one-hit KO moves and stall teams on Pokémon NetBattle, such people did nothing except placing a limit on their own growth as Pokémon trainers. But poopbutt13, being the sole trainer to surpass those limits, had access to and could therefore draw moveset and teambuilding ideas from the highest dimension of power within Generation II, which was unavailable to every other trainer due to the weakness that enabled them to be bound by the stigma associated with the use of, ironically, the best, greatest, and most powerful moves of that generation, as well as some of the strongest Pokémon ever.

    Therefore, thanks to the unparalleled courage and strength that allowed him to keep on believing in himself and using whatever he wanted to use in order to win battles without losing confidence, being demotivated or dragged down despite the harsh flames, insults, and condescending attitudes that he received from just about everyone around him, he managed to become by far the Greatest Pokémon Master to have ever graced Pokémon NetBattle's Generation II metagame, having the glorious and awe-inspiring accomplishment of having a win-loss record of 200-10 on three different servers on Pokémon NetBattle, a win-loss record of 384-17 on the Battledome server, and also managed to become the revolutionary creator of a myriad of unique and trademark Pokémon movesets, such as the Umbreon, Dragonite and Mew movesets LunarLight, Kazeryuu and Luckpwner, respectively. And as he was completely and absolutely justified in referring to himself as the Greatest Pokémon Master, he did so at every opportunity he could find, not in spite ofthe fact that everyone else would be completely opposed to such a notion, but rather, because ofthat very fact, as the very thought of being opposed by the entire world while still continuing to believe in himself without caring about the opinions and hatred of those who oppose him gave him an extremely empowering feeling, as it made everyone else look like tiny, insignificant little insects that constantly tried to hunt him down, while he was completely unaffected by their efforts, as he was like a Grand, Immortal Deity who resided high above the heavens, innumerable miles beyond the reach of the Earth on which the lowly insects crawl.

    poopbutt13 then kept on winning battles after battles, shredding his way through any trainers who would dare to appear before him with the Horn Drill of his Dragonite, his main signature Pokémon throughout his entire Pokémon battling career, as well as the one-hit KO moves of other Pokémon he used. Throughout the years, as poopbutt13 grew up, the Greatness of the Pokémon Mastery that he embodied did not fade away, even upon the introduction of Generations III and IV to Pokémon NetBattle and Pokémon NetBattle Supremacy respectively, and neither did his completely invincible and unstoppable nature cease to exist. On the contrary, the aforementioned even grew over time, as later, he began even using two or more Pokémon of the same species in the same team, and even going as far as to using teams containing six of the same Pokémon, including a team of six Rayquaza in Generation III and a team of six Arceus-Normal in Generation IV, despite how incredibly frowned upon doing so was, even though the Species Clause was never officially enforced on Pokémon NetBattle or Pokémon NetBattle Supremacy. And even after becoming one of the two Leaders of Dragon Rush, the strongest clan in the world of competitive Pokémon prior to this clan's fusion with Masters in June 2013 to form Dragon Masters, a position he attained upon his glorious triumph over an incredibly skilled trainer known as Fantomon in the final round of a Generation IV OU tournament on Pokémon NetBattle Supremacy on New Year's Eve at the end of 2009, his lack of hesitation to use whatever he liked in battle without being bound by the norms and stigmas of the competitive Pokémon communities allowed him to serve as an idol whose brilliant light inspired all of his fellow clan members to do the same.

    Although ladders existed in competitive Pokémon ever since Shoddy Battle was created in 2007, the Great Pokémon Master never used that simulator much, and as such, his very first true laddering experience came with the advent of Pokémon Online in 2010. While he did have his fair share of fun with one-hit KO moves in the GSC OU and DW OU tiers prior to the implementation of the OHKO Clause in those tiers, the eventual implementation of such prevented him from using those moves on the ladder. Although he could still challenge people with one-hit KO moves, he would rather not do so, due to the tendency of people on Pokémon Online to not respond to challenges, as well as the overall difficulty of finding a battle in this way compared to simply laddering. And by the time Pokémon Online came into existence, Übers had already been widely accepted to be an actual metagame, and while some of the stigma associated with the use of Übers still lingered from the Pokémon NetBattle days, the use of Pokémon belonging to that tier was generally, by and large, no longer thought of in a way anywhere close to the way it was back on Pokémon NetBattle.

    In spite of all that, the Great Pokémon Master's inability to be bound by the expectations of the Pokémon battling community, the very quality of his that allowed him to stand as the strongest trainer ever in past generations as far as Pokémon NetBattle and Pokémon NetBattle Supremacy were concerned, still lived on, in a different, yet similar form. Although the community known as the Smogon University has been studying competitive Pokémon ever since its establishment in December 2004, it has been conducting such research for Generation V far more extensively than for any past generation. But as counter-intuitive as the following may be, the pursuit of knowledge is a double-edged sword. On one hand, such a process may give one knowledge about a certain matter by arriving at a conclusion via experiments, but at the same time, it may lead one towards a wrong conclusion about that matter, which would push one a step back from the position at which they originally started - that is, holding no belief whatsoever about the matter. By the aforementioned principle, the Smogon University has reached a myriad of incorrect conclusions about the competitive aspect of the fifth generation of Pokémon, with such incorrect conclusions often being the general consensus and almost unquestionably believed in by the vast majority of people.

    But despite the innumerable trainers who have been led along the wrong path in their pursuit of Pokémon Mastery in every metagame within the fifth generation of Pokémon, the Great Pokémon Master once again stood as an exception from the crowd. Upon quitting the Generation V OU tier after witnessing its instability resulting from the frequency of Pokémon being banned from that tier, and therefore heavily shaking up the metagame each time, the Great Pokémon Master found himself a brand new primary metagame: DW Ubers on the Pokémon Online server, later renamed to No Preview Ubers. Rather than taking movesets and strategies from Smogon University and other websites with FAQs, the Great Pokémon Master has always preferred to work things out from first principle, and make his own conclusions about the viability of Pokémon, movesets, teams and strategies in every metagame he plays through his own observations and experiences entirely. He laddered in DW/No Preview Ubers extensively, testing out a massive range of different Pokémon, movesets, teams and strategies, and unlike many other people, he did not seek advice about battling or teambuilding from other trainers, or even attempt to know the general consensus about things in the metagame, knowing that information obtained from such sources were just as likely to be false as they were to be true. Instead, he used whatever he believed to be the best in the metagame based on his own experiences and participated in an unbelievably insane number of battles on the ladder, while gradually making tweaks to his teams by changing EV spreads and Natures, and replacing moves and Pokémon as he discovered weaknesses in his teams through his innumerable first-hand experiences in battle. He later also moved on to Wifi Ubers, achieving the completely insane, god-like and legendary feat of reaching #1 on nineteendifferent Generation V Übers ladders across six different servers between Pokémon Online and Pokémon Showdown! in the process, and this is not even counting the several times when he reached #1 with more than one name at different points in time on some of those ladders. Along the way, he amassed an absolutely insane amount of knowledge about the Generation V Übers metagame, including some which that were completely unknown and alien to the people at Smogon University as well as just about every other person in existence, mostly due to the fact that such knowledge contradicted many of the incorrect conclusions the people in that community had arrived at beforehand through the double-edged sword embodied by their research.

    Despite having many of their beliefs about the Übers metagame, such as the unviability of several Pokémon such as Espeon, Reshiram, Lugia and Swords Dance Arceus-Ghost proven completely and utterly wrong immediately in front of their eyes through the very witness of the Great Pokémon Master's success with such Pokémon as mentioned in the previous paragraph, which is absolutely and utterly unparalleled by that of every single Generation V Übers trainer at Smogon University combined despite their refusal to admit such, the members of that community who were considered to be the authorities on the Übers metagame for some reasons persistently preached their incorrect beliefs about the Übers metagame to the other members at that community as well as the guests who visit it and read their articles and analysis. In this way, they placed a limit upon many people's growth as Pokémon trainers, in a way that is different, yet nonetheless strongly reminiscent of the limit the trainers at Pokémon NetBattle placed upon themselves with the cowardice that prevented them from even considering using the best Pokémon and moves in Generation II.

    And just as the Great Pokémon Master had risen above the rest of the crowd in the past through the courage and power that left him with no hesitation to utilize Übers and one-hit KO moves on Pokémon NetBattle, he had, during his time playing Generation V Übers between 2011 and 2013, also managed the exact same feat once again, this time through the wisdom and therefore extreme ability to believe in himself that prevented him from being deluded by the misinformation about the Übers metagame spread by the Smogon University's community, despite how strongly the people in that community argued their beliefs, as well as the huge number of people in support of such. The Great Pokémon Master's aforementioned courage, wisdom and power, and the vast majority of other people's lack thereof, was what allowed him to gain access to the best Pokémon and moves on Pokémon NetBattle's Generation II, discover the Focus Sash Espeon/support Groudon/Life Orb Ho-Oh team archetype, the ultimate team archetype in the Generation V Übers metagame, as well as stand as the legendary inventor of countless trademark Pokémon movesets, such as the double status Lugia, Yawn Espeon, the SmashPass lead Cloyster, and the SmashPass recipient Kyurem-W, which he would never have even thought of using had he been gullible enough to believe all or most of what the people at Smogon University said. This ultimately allowed him to prove his superiority over every single other trainer in existence on both Pokémon NetBattle as well as the Generation V Übers metagame, as proven through his unsurpassed win-loss records on Pokémon NetBattle, and his nineteen ladder peaks between Pokémon Online and Pokémon Showdown!, respectively. Upon the very sight of such achievements, there was absolutely no doubt whatsoever in the minds of anyone even slightly intelligent, well-informed and rational that he was, in fact, the Ultimate Pokémon Master to have ever walked this Earth.

    While the inconceivable amount of hatred the competitive Pokémon community directed towards the Great Pokémon Master only ever served to increase his pride and strength, there were times when situations would be more enjoyable for him if he temporarily did not have his notorious reputation, such as when he wanted to enjoy having a normal and sensible conversation with people. At such times, he simply shedded his entire identity and all of the negative reputation attached to it by making a new username, in the same way that a snake sheds its skin in order to remove all of the parasites and imperfections attached to its old skin, and the Great Pokémon Master's tendency and lack of hesitation to shed his identity also served the purpose of allowing him to achieve immortality on various internet forums such as Neoseeker, Smogon University and Pokémon Online, by shedding his forum account and adopting a new one every time it gets banned from posting.

    Like a snake shedding its skin, like a phoenix rising from the ashes every time it dies, and like a hydra growing back two heads every time it loses one, not only is the Great Pokémon Master's display of immortality and unstoppability far from limited to merely the realm of Pokémon battling, but it is also completely unsurpassed by any other person to have ever graced the competitive Pokémon community, with the exception of the Unbannable Legend, the god-like SmashPass master and Generation V Übers trainer Sasha the Master, the Great Pokémon Master's fellow Leader of the strongest clan in the world of competitive Pokémon, Dragon Masters, the only individual in the history of competitive Pokémon to be hated as much as GGFan and the Great Pokémon Master himself, the only person known to share the Great Pokémon Master's ability to thrive and be empowered by other people's hatred of him, as well as the very man who inspired the Great Pokémon Master to actually use the SmashPass playstyle itself - not in spite of how incredibly frowned upon the use of this strategy is, but rather, exactly because of that very fact. Aside from Sasha the Master, no one in existence shares the same unstoppable personality, as well as the same undying, persistant and unbreakable spirit that the Great Pokémon Master himself possesses.

    With the Great Pokémon Master's lack of hesitation to use Übers and one-hit KO moves on Pokémon NetBattle in mind, it is easy to see why he enjoyed playing Übers so much not only in Generation V as evident above, but also in Generations II, III and IV before that as well - he loves power, the very concept that the residents of the Übers tier embody. But as of mid-2013, with his aforementioned complete and absolute triumph as the Greatest Pokémon Master and Ultimate Champion over Generation V Übers, participating in battles in that tier, at least in Generation V, has ceased to be enjoyable and satisfying for him anymore. In order to satiate his endless thirst for battle and power, he wanted to be able to control a level of power surpassing even that embodied by the titans of the Übers metagame. But how could he possibly do that, knowing that the Pokémon in that tier are by far the strongest Pokémon in the game? His solution was to turn towards the art of hacking, something practiced by the Buddist God meeps, as a means of allowing even the strongest Pokémon in the Übers tier to gain moves and Abilities they cannot normally have, and therefore reaching levels of evolution that are unseen so far.

    Back in 2009, the Great Pokémon Master created a server on Pokémon NetBattle Supremacy known as the POKéMON LEAGUE, on which he stood as the sole Administrator and CHAMPION. With the ability to modify the server's database in any way he liked, he granted Dragonite the Ability Huge Power and the moves ExtremeSpeed (which it could not learn at the time) and Flare Blitz, Aerodactyl the Ability Magic Guard and the moves Flare Blitz and Head Smash, and Charizard the Ability Magic Guard and the moves Head Smash and Wood Hammer, and using a team consisting of Gyarados, Dragonite, Dragonite, Aerodactyl, Charizard and Dragonite, he absolutely demolished just about every trainer who dared to challenge him on that server, having achieved a win-loss record of 20-0 in rated battles using that team. Furthermore, having extensively utilized the Missingno. glitch in Generation I to obtain Pokémon above level 100, and used Brainboy, ROM-hacking programs, PokéSav and PokéGen in Generations II, III, IV and V respectively to obtain all sorts of illegal Pokémon, he has already had a brief taste of what the dimension of Hackmons battles was like. Fast forward to 2013, having heard a bit about the Pokémon Showdown! tier Balanced Hackmons from a Smogcast he viewed for fun, the Great Pokémon Master knew immediately that this was destined to serve as his primary metagame for the remainder of Generation V.

    After completely mastering this metagame, the Great Pokémon Master then decided to, on the 11th of October 2013, the very day immediately prior to the worldwide release of Pokémon X and Y, which marks the dawn of the Generation VI Pokémon metagame, create a Rate My Team thread on ten different forums - his own Dragon Masters clan forums, as well as the Serebii, Smogon University, Pokémon Online, Pokémon Showdown!, PokéCommunity, PokéBeach, PokéBattleCenter, Ignazio's Arena and Neoseeker forums - for three purposes: to stand in tribute to by far the most successful Balanced Hackmons team he has ever made, Mirages of the Frozen Wasteland; to serve as a grand closure and farewell to his involvement with and Ultimate Championship over the fifth generation of the wonderful game that is competitive Pokémon; and finally, to celebrate the upcoming tenth anniversary of the time he spent participating in competitive Pokémon battles on online Pokémon battling simulators.
     
  17. La.Neptune

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    Well no lol i just wanted to troll peoples cuz Uranus generally sound like Ur Anus not planet uranus actually.
     
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  18. Zoroark

    Zoroark Aka Flare Forum Moderator Server Moderator Forum Moderator Server Moderator

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    Self explanatory?
    [​IMG]
     
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    sulcata stéphane curry best waifu Forum Moderator Server Administrator Forum Moderator Server Administrator

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    sometimes i like to live dangerously and add a llama clan tag because of some trolly shit i did with my friends years ago in priv chans
     
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  20. [OG] Swanna Lady

    [OG] Swanna Lady Y.......Yo......You.....YOU'RE FAT!

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    SUL! CAH! TAH!
     
  21. willdbeast

    willdbeast All round nice guy

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    Not a lot to say really... my name's Will so my sis used to call me Wildebeest when I was little. Combine that with dislexia and voilà you have my username. A happy coincidence is that it looks like Will Da Beast.
     
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    inigomontoya (my original username, no longer in use) comes from a movie. If you haven't seen it, go do that. Ask the internet which one.

    ddrox13 was formed from my first initial x2, followed by how all the cool kids (so not me) spelled "rocks", and then a random number.

    Yveltal the BOLT was formed from the ruins of my 1st 6th gen alt, yveltel the epic. That alt was made as soon as Serebii leaked the names of the X and Y legends. Bolt sounded like a cool word at the time, and Epic just didn't have the same ring to it. Also had to correct the spelling of one of my fav Pokemon. :(

    The Lightbringer, which I used for 2 weeks to troll someone, came from the League of Legends item and the Pentakill song named after it.

    And then a crapton of variations on these alts:
    Yveltal the AFK and Yveltal the TEST are self-explanitory
    Yveltal the [P4L], [RAW]ddrox13, and [RAW]Yveltal are clan alts
    Delibird the BOLT, Delibird the [P4L] and Luvdisc the [P4L] were for themed ladder challenges

    Kill it. With fire.

    Lolnope

    k
     
  23. Cheezeburgar

    Cheezeburgar dankest john

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    i like cheeseburgers but cheeseburger was taken. I eventually got it though woo
     
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    Sailor Mars "The Bird of Hermes is my name..."

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    I don't think I need to explain any of mine. All of them come from rather dated or irrelevant animes, but all of them are empowered women. "Sailor Mars" is just my soul sister. "Kagome Higurashi" was the lead girl of Inuyasha, who started as a regular girl from the city but became a fierce warrior over the course of the show. "Sir Integra Hellsing" from Hellsing/Hellsing Ultimate, who commands a secret army fighting vampires and keeps Dracula himself under her command. "Dankmark" was just a joke, for a name that went along with Dewbong's. Obvious play on "Dank" and "Danmark" (Denmark in Danish, in case that wasn't obvious).

    Also, anytime I switch devices I usually use the names "Salior Mars" or "The REAL Sailor Mars" and a different colour. I'm not sure why.

    The rest of my alts are too random to remember.
     
  25. Duster

    Duster dodgerswin 2018

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    im just posting here so i don't get fined
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  26. Dominique-XLR

    Dominique-XLR I'm a simple man. I see boobs, I like.

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    Few years ago a bunch of my friends were into DotA. They were picking killer names: Warrior, De Exterminator, Dark Lord that kinda jazz. In a game where you if kill 9 times without dying, you get called 'Godlike'; such names were very fitting. So I was looking for something badass, and the word 'dominate' got stuck in my head. Dominique Toretto in FnF influenced my choice. XLR sounded like Acceleration, the only attribute I used to focus on in racing games. Plus I loved Megas XLR. So there you go.

    I have only one another nick, which is Lord Abaddon; who is an hero in DotA.
     
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  27. Nightfall Alicorn

    Nightfall Alicorn Left Pokémon Online, most likely not coming back.

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    Nightmare Moon
    Nightfall Alicorn originated from a, My Little Pony Friendship is Magic, OC I made. Since I like the night time more than day and it's peaceful in those hours. I searched for thesauruses on the word "night" and found "nightfall" which became the OC's name. As for Alicorn, well, that's the species of the OC.

    If anyone wondering about my clan alt, ! TM 80 ! Hypernova, from ages ago. Since my friends still nickname me Nova. Well, TM is an old clan where each user is given a unique number in their tag. As for Hypernova. It came from the final boss's ultimate attack in Lightning Returns Final Fantasy. Video here.
     
  28. Domo Genesis

    Domo Genesis Member

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    Domo Genesis
    I am domo genesis