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Old 11-25-2016, 08:12 AM   #1
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UPN PASBL: TalkSick vs Cibbir

TalkSick (c) vs. Connor (a)
4 vs. 4
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Creek: A small, flowing creek hidden in the back woods, which flows at a fairly swift pace. Most Pokemon will be able to traverse the current with ease, though particularly light or small combatants may have some issue. The creek is about fifteen feet across at most points, differing by only a few feet here and there, and is consistently about five feet deep at the center. A small makeshift bridge stretches across the creek at the center, where the battle will typically begin, and though it is fairly sturdy and able to hold the average combatants with ease, it can be broken with enough force. The creek's left bank is largely flat with the odd vegetation and a good amount of trees for climbing and cover, while the right bank quickly shifts into a steep hill, rising about twenty feet before flattening out again, and lacks any real form of vegetation whatsoever. This arena is outdoors only.


Rightio, so we have one of our resident GLs and Northerner Cibbir taking on TalkSick, who iirc is running for Bug gym still? Anyway, this'll be a blast. Squads please!
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Old 11-25-2016, 08:22 AM   #2
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Thanks for the match, Connor and IT. And no I am not running for any gym atm, just want some experience against a notable in case I go for a gym again.

Orockle, Level 4 Male Crustle (Uplevel)
Hidden Power: Grass
Biography: He was once a religious hermit, roaming poke-world, searching for the meaning of life. But then one day, he found Arceus, who communicated with him. Following this event, Orockle returned to the civilization as an oracle, to deliver god's prophecy. But alas, everything that comes out of his mouth is gibberish and his words end up doing more harm than good.
Signature: Special Training- Futile Ramblings
Orockle can now use Bug Buzz, Chatter and Parting Shot.
He will not use the rock melting acid spitting technique stated in his SC, because spitting acid on others is unholy. Not being a muscular brute, Orockle can't use Rock Wrecker and Stone Edge, and will not learn Giga Impact upon evolution. He is not a farmer and hence won't use Rototiller.

Firest, Level 3 Male Darmanitan
Hidden Power: Ice
Biography: Unlike regular darumakas and darmanitans, Firest belongs to a tribe that lived in a forest, instead of volcanoes or whatever fiery place others of their species call home. Living in the jungle wasn't always this easy however, their fire typing being a curse on many occasions. Many times the lives of fellow forest pokemon, specially grass types was put in danger due to them not being careful enough. Rains used to make them immensely uncomfortable. They were unhappy because of these reasons, but they didn't want to leave trees, their natural habitat. Slowly, the fire apes started going extinct. A tribe of pansage and simisage, who were allies of their, decided to help them. They took the fire types to their tribe elder simisage, and asked why were the darumaka and darmanitan tribe were struggling to survive in their natural habitat. The wise sage told them that thousands of years ago, all the primates were grass types, but the infernapes, darmanitans and simisears did something that infuriated the jungle god.
Thousands of years ago, there was a huge wildfire in this very forest, the cause unknown. While most of the other pokemon tried to put out the fire and save the forest, the above mentioned groups abandoned their fellow pokemon instead and ran away. After the remaining pokemon had put out the fire, these pokemon came back. The jungle god, angered, cursed these traitors to forever burn in the very fire they tried to escape and turned them into fire types. Hearing this tale, the darmanitans and darumakas asked the sage if there was anyway to lift the curse, to which he replied that that only the god can lift their curse. They will have to somehow prove themselves to be loyal to the forest. Soon the winter came. This wasn't a normal winter however. The cold this time was unbearable. Many of the forest pokemon, got really sick, some even perished. The grass types, including the sage tribe, was having a particularly hard time. Everyone wondered the reason of this harsh cold. They didn't have to wonder for long though. A group of weaviles, lead by a sinister frolass, had declared war against the citizens of the forest. Most of the pokemon found themselves helpless, but the fire ape tribe came to the rescue. The ice types were formidable, but they eventually fell to the relentless type spam. The tribe had proven themselves to be loyal to the forest, and the jungle god, impressed by them, decided to reward them. He appeared in front of them and said that although he can't take back the fire typing, he could however give them back their grass typing.
Signature: Special Training- Type Change- The ape that lives in a jungle(Fire/Grass)
Firest is Fire/Grass type, and has all the weaknesses and resistances that a pokemon of this typing would have. He can use Energy Ball, Giga Drain, Bullet Seed and Wood Hammer. Aesthetically His eyebrows are actually two leaves instead of open flame.
He won't gain the ability to access Zen mode upon evolution. He can't use Focus Punch, Superpower, Thrash, and will not learn Giga Impact upon evolution, as his parents never let him know about his ability to use these in the fear that he would cause mayhem. He also won't use Flame Wheel, Incinerate, Overheat and Will-O-Wisp as these moves are too harsh to the vegetation. In addition to this, all of Firest's remaining fire type moves lose their burn chance, if they have any.

Bananas, Level 3 Male Mankey
Hidden Power: Fairy
Biography: Bananas is a mankey, one if the better fighting types. But unlike the other mankeys who take pride in who they are, Bananas wanted to be different. He didn't like being a same old mankey. So he decides to learn different fighting moves than others of his species.
Signature: Special Training- Variation
Bananas has learned how to use Drain Punch, High Jump Kick and Sky Uppercut.
He may no longer use Seismic Toss, Focus Punch, Cross Chop and Close Combat.

Scorrupt, Level 3 Male Gligar
Hidden Power: Ground
Biography: Like every other gligar, Scorrupt was super weak to ice. This saddened Scorrupt as he couldn't eat ice cream. But he found a way to be not so weak to ice and enjoy ice cream.
Signature: Special Training- Doubly Effective no more
Scorrupt is now x2 weak to Ice type attacks instead of x3. He no longer resists Bug and Fighting types and takes neutral damage instead.

Trolldent, Level 3 Male Watchog
Hidden Power: Ground
Biography: Trolldent has always been a pranksters and has loved to troll his acquaintances and opponents alike since he was a kid. But the other patrats and watchogs were guard pokemon and were offended by his naughty side. Upon finding out that in the land of PASBL every patrat and watchog is a prankster, he joined my squad in order to compete here and brought along with him a bag full of tricks and pranks.
Signature: Special Training- Top-Percentage Troll
Trolldent can now use Smokescreen, Refresh and Spider Web.
He can no longer use Swords Dance, Flail and Light Screen.

Magiga, Level 3 Female Misdreavus
Hidden Power: Fighting
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Old 11-27-2016, 07:50 AM   #3
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Good luck with this one. I won't be pulling many, if any, punches.

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Del Boy: Male Haunter
Haunter: Haunter, while more solid than its pre-evolution and able to solidify, are composed primarily of gas, and prefers Ethereal over Solid. They may also go Invisible if required. Haunter's hands can move independently of it and can move with agility and decent speed. They are able to pass through solid objects even when Haunter is Solid, with somewhat more freedom to pass through objects than Haunter itself, allowing them to pass through thicker walls or other objects. Haunter's Lick attack has a 50% chance to paralyze, instead of the usual 30%. Haunter levitate by default.
Biography: Del Boy has a few set values in life which he adheres to with the greatest of importance. First and foremost of all of these is the idea that, frankly, bigger is better.
Signature Training - Bigger is Better:
Del Boy's Shadow Ball now deals Major damage for Major energy, while his Ominous Wind attack now deals Significant damage for Significant energy. Neither attacks can have their secondary effects activated.
Hidden Power: Bug

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Saitama: Male Machop
Machop: The weakest of the Machop line, but not weak Pokémon-wise by a long shot, Machop's punch and chop based moves deal 1.1x damage. Machop can lift twice as much for a particular attack than what is normally stated. They pay for this strength with reduced dexterity and are not as accurate when using physical attacks at speed. They can see in the dark.
Biography: Saitama wants to be a hero. He has an innately strong sense of justice, and can't simply stand by when he seems the vulnerable being trodden on in any way. This powerful drive saw him take up a difficult regime in order to heighten his powers as fast as possible - evolution would not come quick enough. 100 push ups, 100 sit ups, and a 10 kilometer run, every day. This regime slowly but surely honed his body, even though the first few weeks were dreadful, and eventually he underwent a phenomenal change - not all good.
Signature Training - One Punch Forever:
Saitama has managed to hone his physical abilities to an exaggerated degree. His movements are much quicker than others of his species, and his jumping ability has improved explosively, enough to reach most Flying Pokemon without much issue. His sheer power overflows from his body at every move, and his physical blows will have a large degree of knockback associated, irrespective of foe weight. However, due to this constant state of high energy, Saitama will no longer be resistant to tiring like other Fighting type, and he has lost the ability to use Fire Blast, Superpower, Close Combat and Bide, for a hero has no need for that which leaves them vulnerable. Saitama may never evolve, having reached his fullest potential in his current state. Cosmetically, Saitama no longer has the ridges on his head, being entirely bald, and will wear a red cape which has no effect in battle.
Hidden Power: Bug
Attached: Brawler's Token

Drakul: Male Golbat
Golbat: Golbat, unlike Zubat, can see, though they can use sonar if needed. They can see in the dark and have sensitive hearing, at the expense of increased vulnerability to sound based status attacks, though they are immune to confusion from Supersonic. Draining attacks used by Golbat drain faster than those used by other Pokémon if they are administered via a bite. They fight more enthusiastically at night.
Biography: Drakul is convinced he is a vampire. Like all good vampires, he hates the sun and everything to do with it, and so he has developed a technique which allows him to evade the glare of the sun no matter where he is, by blotting it out.
Signature Training - Heady Obfuscation:
Drakul's Haze attack now uses Poison energy, and has characteristics of Smog. It will be much thicker than a normal Haze attack, and Pokemon who inhale it will become poisoned. Drakul's Haze now uses Solid energy, and he is no longer resistant to Poison, although he is still immune to the poison status.
Hidden Power: Ground

Three: Male Vigoroth
Vigoroth: Vigoroth always want to be active and find it impossible to remain still. A Vigoroth has more energy than normal, but uses it at a quicker rate. Because of their active nature, Vigoroth are more resistant to effects that cause Sleep and will wake more quickly from the condition. They are also excellent climbers.
Biography: Under Construction
No Signature Move
Hidden Power: Psychic

D'Artagnan: Male Pikachu
Pikachu: Pikachu are the most agile of their evolutionary line, though not the fastest. Being able to naturally store electricity within their pouches, their Charge attack is more potent than usual. They have sensitive hearing, at the expense of being more vulnerable to sound-based status techniques like Supersonic. They cannot use Fly or Pain Split (as Notch-Eared Pichu cannot evolve into Pikachu)
Biography: D'Artagnan is brave, determined, agile and skilled. His major flaw is his undoubted lack of experience - he has all the attributes required to be a stellar battler, but his naivety will always lead to him being stuck in rather sticky positions.
Signature Training - Youthful Burn:
When fighting opponent's bigger or heavier than him, D'Artagnan will fight with more exuberance, dealing 10% more with every attack. However, his naivety in battle will also leave him receiving 10% more damage from the foes attacks. D'Artagnan, unwilling to sacrifice his youth, can never evolve past a Pikachu.
Hidden Power: Fairy
Attached: New Life Token

Bartholomew: Genderless Bronzong
Bronzong: Bronzong may levitate a short distance above the ground, though they move rather slowly, and are inorganic. They take 20% less damage from Fire moves than other Steel-types.
Biography: Being of an ancient culture, Bartholomew has had aeons to practice his arcane arts. This has led to a rather broken psyche being deeply instilled within his mind, but has likewise gifted Bart with an ability beyond all comprehension. His connection with the Earth and by extension the past spirits which reside there is above all else his one pride, the one morsel of his mind which he has forcibly retained.
Signature Technique - I Really Wish I was as Good as Metagross:
Bartholomew manifests four large mechanical arms made of Psychic energy and beats the foe to a pulp, dealing Major Psychic damage for Major Psychic energy. In the aftermath of this Bartholomew is rendered extremely intelligent granting him a 20% boost to Special Defence. Standard boost stipulations apply, and Bartholomew may no longer use Stealth Rock or Extrasensory.
Hidden Power: Water


I'm confident and have bollocks. Let's rock the Kasbah, Del Boy.

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Old 11-27-2016, 09:10 AM   #4
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Haunter is one scary fucker, I am definitely going to need luck to deal with this guy.

I will start off with Trolldent.

"Shoot a MC Hyper Beam through him, followed a Round as you strafe around."
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Sucker Punch him out of Hyper Beam, and then Sludge Bomb.
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Sorry for the delay, coursework's a bitch. Hence the phone reffing.

Round 1:And here we go

And so the contestants arrive at the scenic battlefield, with one of them taking a picture to remember it by before it gets blitzed to shit in the first matchup. And on a gesture from the referee, both battlers release the content of their balls onto the battlefield, revealing a Watchog for Talksick and a Haunter for Cibbir. Maybe if he had friends, he could evolve it, but until the apocalypse comes, it's a Haunter.

And so the round begins, with Trolldent deciding on an uncharacteristically brute-force method: A Hyper Beam being charged to smite the spectral being, but Del Boy's got plans of his own, his ghostly fist flying off and Sucker Punching the Watchog out of the attack!

Well that's got Trolldent fuming. Normally he's distributing the dickery, not receiving! His anger takes form, a vicious Round echoing from his mouth and causing the Haunter to recoil as he phases physical for the audial assault, before launching a toxic attack of his own, a Sludge Bomb firing forth from the spectre's mouth, dousing the Normal type with vicious toxins! He isn't poisoned however, but stares angrily at his foe. The round may be over, but this matchup is anything but...

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Trolldent plummeted into his first third, while Del Boy enjoys a noticeable lead. Both are good for two, Del Boy's on half Dark energy.
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Old 12-13-2016, 04:43 AM   #7
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Switching to Saitama. Kick supreme wailing music.

Focus Energy, then greet our irritation with a rousing Dynamic Punch.
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Pursuit the retreating Del Boy. Protect against the dynamic punch from Saitama.
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Round 2: Holy fuck someone actually using Pursuit for its intended purpose

Deciding he has a better Pokemon for this matchup, Cibbir recalls his Haunter, aiming to replace it with something who has eternal supereffective typespam. I can almost anticipate him firing the nukes next round already. Piggy does like his three-movers, after all. But as he recalls Del Boy, Trolldent grins, before lunging forwards as he surrounds himself in dark energy, giving Pursuit to the fleeing Ghost, eliciting a dreadful wail of sweet, gleeful agony from the toxic spectre as it returns to its Pokeball, only to be replaced by the form of his massively disfigured Machop. Why his trainer would do this to him is beyond me, but apparently it's to do with his sig, which I'm informed is weeb shit. So that's likely why. Sensing the discomfort caused by his foe, the heroic Fighting type begins to Focus Energy, preparing to launch a decisive blow against this miscreant, aiming to deliver a single destructive blow to show the power of JUSTICE. And so he does, dashing over to deliver a Dynamic Punch at the mischievous miscreant, who cackles as he erects (heh) a Protective shield to block the potentially devastating blow.

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Del Boy took a whack on the way out, landing on the brink of his second third, but he's safe in his Pokeball now. Nobody else took damage and both are good for two. Trolldent's got plenty of Dark left and Saitama's under the effects of Focus Energy.
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Switching to Scorrupt.

Razor Wind x2 to damage Saitama and keep him at bay.
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You don't keep Saitama away.

You can't keep Saitama away.

He's coming for you.

Jump high and hard as you prep a Mega Kick to plant on his back. Land on him and follow with an Ice Punch, attempt to keep him pinned.

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Round 3: Enough memes already.

And so Talksick decides to abuse the switch=OK rule even more, causing the ref to sigh again as he opens up another tab for keeping track of this latest arrival: Scorrupt the Bug-neutral Gligar. Great, more memes. Anyway, this gives Saitama the chance to begin his assault first, and so he does, leading in with a jump over the Gligar and a sort of flip, trying to land a decisive blow on the corrupted batscorpion’s back, but Scorrupt’s already got his plans underway, and turns to keep his target in sight, only to receive a Mega Kick in the chest from the deluded Machop, who is promptly sent staggering by a super-effective Razor Wind from the avioid, loosening the pin it had previously held. The bout’s not over yet though, as Saitama slams an Ice Punch into the Gligar’s face, causing the Gligar to recoil from the chill, the damage reduced by the signature training of the Ground type. And the response is immediate: Another driving Razor Wind cutting into the Machop, eliciting some stagger as the Fighting type is driven back by the super-effective onslaught!

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Both took a full-frontal bonk from the pain train this round, slamming Saitama into the second third while Scorrupt lies on the better side of the marker. Both are good for two, Saitama's on just over half Ice.
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Oh this is what you meant.

Was the Razor Wind slightly reduced in damage the first time? Razor Wind is about a sustained flow of air and considering he apparently shifted to turn away from the direction he was originally prepping it I feel there should be some reduction.
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Why did I not bring a Water type?

Switching into Three. Begin by laying down an Uproar, then climb up a nearby tree to facilitate a Rock Climb.
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Prepare a Sky Uppercut as they conduct the switch, slugging their jaw shut as they attempt to use uproar to interrupt it and send them flying. Then quickly glide to the bank opposite of the one with trees and lob a Sludge Bomb at them.
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Round 4: There's been more Pokemon in this battle thus far than there have been rounds. This is why I dislike Switch=OK.

Realizing that this matchup is not a good one, Piggy recalls his heroic Machop, ready for him to be the saviour another day. And so he replaces him with the fifth Pokemon to grace this arena in four rounds: Three the Vigoroth. And no sooner than the creature has its bearings than it begins its attack, an Uproarious yell to decimate its foe's eardrums! ...Or at least that's the plan. Scorrupt's not been wasting the time, and was closing the gap, dashing over to deliver a move his previous foe would have been proud of, a Sky Uppercut slamming the Vigoroth's mouth shut and preventing the audial assault as well as sending the sloth flying a few feet backwards, landing on its rump as it angrily flips back to its feet.

Using the time he gained from the last attack, the Gligar glides away, aiming to land atop a fallen tree, but the Vigoroth's too quick, using the very same tree to execute a Rock Climb over the Gligar and slam into the modified Ground type, eliciting a squeal of pain from the batscorpion... thingy. Unfortunately, there's no lasting side-effects from the blow, as the Flying type responds with a toxic Sludge Bomb that send the Vigoroth stumbling backwards.


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Both sides took a bit of a whack here, with Three holding a slight lead as Scorrupt falls into the second third, with Three being just above the milestone. Scorrupt's on about half Fighting and Poison, both are good for two.
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Switching to Bananas, released near Three.

Dynamic Punch, followed by a Focus Blast. If they double team up then widespread Uproar instead of the blast.
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Take the time he uses switching to prep a Gunk Shot, timing it to launch him back as he tries to punch. Use the tree conveniently nearby to Rock Climb up and over the incoming Blast to strike.
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Round 5: ...I regret everything.

And so Talksick mimicks his opponent and reveals his third mon, this one a Mankey named Bananas, the energetic primate replacing the slightly-scared Gligar on the field of battle. And no sooner does he arrive than he lunges into action, quickly closing the gap to deliver a Dynamic Punch to his simian foe! Three's expecting this though, and responds with a Gunk Shot so toxic it could have come from the American Politics thread. The force of the blow knocks the Mankey stumbling, but some of the blow manages to connect though, but not enough to have any lasting impact.

But the round's not over yet, as the Mankey demonstrates. Seeing his foe clearly waiting for some form of cue, the Fighting type charges up a Focus Blast, before firing the energy lump at a high speed towards the Vigoroth! Unfortunately, this was the cue Three was waiting for, as it executes another Rock Climb to evade the attack, this time climbing a tree before dropping on the Mankey! The pig monkey shrieks, clearly not pleased at having a sloth tackle him at speed while it lunges from a tree.

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Both took a notable hit this round, with Three sliding into his second third as Bananas approaches the milestone. Three's on just over a third of his Poison energy, Scorrupt's inside his Pokeball, everything's good for two because they've not been in the match for more than two fucking rounds. Honestly, reffing the triples was better than this shit.
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Switching out to Del Boy.

Immediately Mean Look. Ominous Wind afterwards, spreading it out and climbing high.
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Hide behind a QC Substitute to protect yourself from the look and wind. Drop a Thunder on them as they deal with the sub.
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Round 6: Honestly you guys are killing me with this shit.

And so the switchfest continues, eliciting another groan from the ref as Connor recalls his Vigoroth, replacing it with the familiar face of Del Boy the Haunter, who reacquaints himself with the battlefield and his new foe. Or is it just a Substitute? It was definitely up to something during the switch. Anyway, the Haunter gives his foe a Mean Look, attempting to ensnare his foe in the matchup so that the ref isn't driven to insanity or dumping it back in the queue, but unfortunately it doesn't hold because lolSubstitute. Oblivious to the failure of his previous technique, the Ghost type launches an Ominous Wind at the supposed Mankey, only for the sub to poof out of existence, revealing the real Mankey a few feet away, charging a bunch of Electric energy before launching a colossal bolt of Thunder at the toxic foe, who screeches in pain as he temporarily becomes solid to weather the blow.

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Only Sub damage to Bananas, as Del Boy plunges into the second third. Bananas has about a third of his Electric energy left, and both are good for two, although Bananas might appreciate a breather in the next couple of rounds (assuming he stays in, which given the course of the match thus far is about as likely as Cibbir avoiding sheep).
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Switching back to Trolldent.

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If Bananas fails to switch then he should Beat Up Del Boy.
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Old 02-07-2017, 01:00 PM   #25
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Mean Look, then launch a Psychic wave, try nail some of the projections. Finish with another Psychic. Three.
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