That guy must not have met the lunatic that said that the original nickname symbolizes the love of the original Trainer. That's why I had my girlfriend name Latias Reimu FOR me...
Fuck I hate that excuse! I believe I once made a joke about that somewhere. Why can't you just rename the Pokemon regardless?
Elementary School drama is always somewhat amusing. Wait, they are attending an Elementary School, right ? I seriously hope so. And I seriously wonder why their parents let them wander around on the internet while they're so young.
Well they did mention they had chemistry class. So... that would mean they are at least in middle school. Perhaps even high school.
Haha, I've seen this before. Anyway, it seems staged for a laugh, to be honest.
...Just breed it?!
Maybe this guy honestly thinks that catching a Ditto is too much effort. He's be jealous of my Dusclops. It's named Komachi...
It's female, he doesn't even need a Ditto.
The Name Rater: ruining friendships since 1996. P.S. I am totally going to nickname the next Duskull I catch "Dudeskull".
I was thinking the same thing. A lot of my nicknames are just stupid inside jokes, and nothing's more stupid sounding than Dudeskull.
This is just too funny to be true.
It went on for 6 whole pages... It has to have been faked. It just has to.
But did he ever release the Duskull?
Yeah, that's got to be staged. Nobody who can type coherent sentences could be that stupid......Although, the nicknaming restriction is one of the dumbest holdovers still left in the Pokemon games. There's no good reason for it to exist.
I agree it is probably staged, but its quite funny regardless. I dont think "yellowducky" would fit as a name though, even in the newer games.
It'd fit in gen 6, but you'd have to axe a letter (probably one of the Ls) in the other ones.
Welp, definite proof it was staged for sure, then. I didn't pay attention to that detail. XDKinda glad it is, though.
It'd fit in gen 6 without any editing. Gen 5 and earlier, though, would require axing a letter.
The echo is strong in here.
Oh, sorry, I misread your comment. Thought you had it backwards. My bad.