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katty
September 4th, 2004, 07:36 PM
i noticed PC started to loose hits these days, & not as many posts are being made, why? from my opinon, the root admin is not very active, & people dont notice you're a nice person.

i just dont understand, i mean pc has a nice layout, nice people, awesome avatars but..

Flygon trainer
September 4th, 2004, 07:39 PM
Do you want me to tell you the harsh truth or a plausible lie?

Castrainer
September 4th, 2004, 07:39 PM
Because most are loosing interest on PC/Pokmon...
Well, I can just say I try to post as much as I can, and make this place happy (And a place to flame newbies) XD

katty
September 4th, 2004, 07:40 PM
yeah i want the truth.
(stubid character limit thingie)

aRedMoon
September 4th, 2004, 07:41 PM
It was summer. Now it is fall. That means school.

Mwah.

Arcanine
September 4th, 2004, 07:41 PM
And it's also because school started back and no one has time to do their homework and get on PC too.

katty
September 4th, 2004, 07:42 PM
i see, i dont have time either lol but i guess i'll cut my sleeping time xD

Flygon trainer
September 4th, 2004, 07:43 PM
yeah i want the truth.
(stubid character limit thingie)
Well, besides what the mods said, people keep making threads like this, people keep leavign, and all the old members seem to be leaving one after another. It's sad, really.

Shiney
September 4th, 2004, 07:44 PM
Well, besides what the mods said, people keep making threads like this, people keep leavign, and all the old members seem to be leaving one after another. It's sad, really.

True, hopefully nintendo will be able to get some new intrest in pokemon, to keep the series going. Bring in new things, preferable targetting teen gamers, and maybe then we'll see the pokemon sites thriving again.

katty
September 4th, 2004, 07:46 PM
yeah hopefully, i've heard they're planning to spend a million on pokemon advertising.

Finglonger
September 4th, 2004, 07:53 PM
er you think this place is dead? go to pe2k, before my being banned we had about 6 people on a day max. And since I left at least 3 other active members have in protest, yeah its dying x_x

PokemonMaster
September 4th, 2004, 09:21 PM
I don't think this place is dead! There's always more then 10 people on even when it's in the early morning hours.

LusterKnight
September 4th, 2004, 09:22 PM
I really dont think its dieing yet but then again I'm not that active outside the rp section.... :paranoid: anyway I heard somewhere that there's gonna be a totally new twist on pokemon.(Or that or my sources failed me once again :dead: )

Ice demon
September 4th, 2004, 09:25 PM
Yes well to be honest ppl are starting to lose interest in pokemon + some ppl like the 'oh please don't leave' stuff in good bye threads and after one or two 'please don't leave' replies they decide to stay................
oh well its up to the individual i don't say anything

so lets just see how PC is going
it has the most amount of members in its history presently but the fact is that
more newbies and less veterans = a crappy PC


Oh well i'm not leaving........................

LusterKnight
September 4th, 2004, 09:30 PM
Yes well to be honest ppl are starting to lose interest in pokemon + some ppl like the 'oh please don't leave' stuff in good bye threads and after one or two 'please don't leave' replies they decide to stay................
oh well its up to the individual i don't say anything

so lets just see how PC is going
it has the most amount of members in its history presently but the fact is that
more newbies and less veterans = a crappy PC


Oh well i'm not leaving........................

So true,But on the other hand,Atleast some have been to other forums like Pe2K and stuff,So there not that new,atleast by my standars.

PokemonMaster
September 4th, 2004, 09:50 PM
I agree with LK. But true, people are starting to leave Poke'Mon, and I have noticed some Good-Bye Threads also.

Purin
September 4th, 2004, 10:00 PM
I don't think so. Maybe it has something to do with time zones and RL activities.
I feel that it is more busy than old times, but that's just me.

Timbjerr
September 4th, 2004, 10:13 PM
Now for a PC veteran's two cents:

-What annoys me the most is seeing a decline in the creativity of topics. I used to go on and be able to find a thread that was fun to post in, but nowadays, it is either some random, quirky question or a thread that's been done 50 times before.

-I'm also annoyed by how often newbies go off-topic or SPAM in a thread and don't really seem to care. This leads to more people going off-topic or spamming by example, then a good thread gets ruined.

-Getting ignored is also a large facter. newbies will come in and make "friends" with just any person that posts in their welcome thread. My only friends on PC are those that I've known since forever and have a good character. I never make friends with a random person just cuz he posted in my thread.

-As a veteran, I'm ignored and taken for granted a lot. The only thing that keeps people from ignoring me altogether is the fact that I'm a mod, then people barrage me with PM's along the lines of, "How do I become a mod liek you??!!?" or "This person called me a bad word! Ban him!!11" and the occasional newbie from the above bullet saying "You replyed to my topic you must be a cool person can you be my friend?" ugh!

I, like most veterans, don't really feel welcome in here anymore.

Chairman Kaga
September 5th, 2004, 01:00 PM
I'm surprised nobody's mentioned the shift in overall PC dynamic and the change in PC's average member that people know about but nobody will talk about.

The shift has ALREADY killed the PC most of us who have been here for a few months or more knew, but it won't kill PC itself. School and homework is just an underlying factor which adds to the noticeable change.

Eliana
September 5th, 2004, 01:04 PM
Well, thats a question we wish we could answer....unfortuanetely, its not that easy.... people come and go and a lot of our best members have been leaving.... most usually come back but some leave....

Frostweaver
September 5th, 2004, 01:08 PM
Part of the factor is MODS... Part of it is certainly THEIR FAULT.


Some forums with active mods aren't dying at all. In fact they're growing quite nicely. You see new members at post 1 coming in to post, and they're still here to post after hitting the 3 digits. It's quite nice. For example fanfic section is getting more lively slowly and gradually, as more fanfics are being updated now on a daily basis compare to the past.

At the same time, some forums have weeds growing around, as it's collecting dust... why would a member want to stay in a place where it's still reading "News about FRLG" as if it just came out? Seriously, there ARE forums floating around in PC that are filled with weeds and collecting dust, and not joking...

Inactive mods and any other inactive staff, and whose who hardly spend time in the forum they're suppose to moderate, takes quite a bit of blame as well.

Legendary_Pokegirl
September 5th, 2004, 01:20 PM
I cant say that PC is really dying, each time I come on there is always a decent amount of members online. But I must admit, I am getting pretty tired of telling people to stop spamming and double posting. (I have had to do this quite a bit)

In my opinion, when the old members leave, new ones come in, and start spamming and stuff, and no matter how many times people tell them to stop they keep on doing it.

PC has changed sinced I joined, and apparently this is why some of the members are leaving. But I dont think PC is going to die anytime soon. We still have great members here, and for me, its still a great place to be. And besides, like some other people have mentioned, school is starting, and everyone is busy with that. PC is just going through one of its rough times again, but everything will be better again soon. I know it. ^^

Well, that was my word on things. ^^; I just try to look on the positive side of things.

Pincushion
September 5th, 2004, 01:22 PM
Lots of members, so little posts! The thing is, its school, some of are best members (well active), Like Star, and Jolteon!!!, have school, I do to, but I seem to manage the right balance of Homework~Internet time, XD, its A shame, but Im sure its just because its the start of term and kids have to get there school life sorted before, there pokemon one!

Frostweaver
September 5th, 2004, 01:24 PM
In my opinion, when the old members leave, new ones come in, and start spamming and stuff, and no matter how many times people tell them to stop they keep on doing it.

PC has changed sinced I joined, and apparently this is why some of the members are leaving. But I dont think PC is going to die anytime soon. We still have great members here, and for me, its still a great place to be. ^^

Well, that was my word on things. ^^; I just try to look on the positive side of things.
Well if that's the reason why PC is "dying" then that is pretty stupid...

It's just inevitable that when a board gets bigger and bigger, there will be more and more new members who join, and at the same time the chances of more n00bs joining also increase. It's just inevitable for that to happen, and it's everyone's responsibility to say those kind of things to whip them up into shape...

And if someone cannot accept "change" to the point of leaving, that is pretty upsetting to know... =/

Thomas
September 5th, 2004, 01:25 PM
True, hopefully nintendo will be able to get some new intrest in pokemon, to keep the series going. Bring in new things, preferable targetting teen gamers, and maybe then we'll see the pokemon sites thriving again.

I know what you mean..mabey a pokemon fighing game where you pick your pokemon and use cerian button preform a certain moves...like the same style as tekken, ssb, and mortal kombat

Jesus Freak Josh
September 5th, 2004, 01:29 PM
I personally like this site.
But me and Tatt had a chat over MSN and we've both agreed that PC isn't as fun anymore...
And we've also noticed that we are both kinda ignored...
Maybe that's why people are leaving and PC is becoming less active...

Careful With That Axe, Pichu!
September 5th, 2004, 01:31 PM
PC isn't dying, only it's losing activity due to the school time. Many members don't have time for even do a single post in the week(Lil schu is one of them, sadly ;_; )

I dun think that PC's gonna die only for this, yes it's a little more inactive now, but is still the best PKMN-dedicated forum ever.

Legendary_Pokegirl
September 5th, 2004, 01:31 PM
Well if that's the reason why PC is "dying" then that is pretty stupid...

It's just inevitable that when a board gets bigger and bigger, there will be more and more new members who join, and at the same time the chances of more n00bs joining also increase. It's just inevitable for that to happen, and it's everyone's responsibility to say those kind of things to whip them up into shape...

And if someone cannot accept "change" to the point of leaving, that is pretty upsetting to know... =/

I didnt mean it was the exact reason why members are leaving, and PC is dying. I was just pointing out a possibility, and stating my opinion. ^^

Frostweaver
September 5th, 2004, 01:40 PM
You know this "ignore thing" seems to come out of members who are relatively here for a long time... rather funny to see that. Well guess what...

If people aren't coming to you, then you go to them.

Simple isn't it ^^ The world can't always do everything for you. Or you can always act like me and don't go to others on the initiative, but don't complain about getting ignored then.

Sakura and Espeon
September 5th, 2004, 01:41 PM
Now for a PC veteran's two cents:

-What annoys me the most is seeing a decline in the creativity of topics. I used to go on and be able to find a thread that was fun to post in, but nowadays, it is either some random, quirky question or a thread that's been done 50 times before.

-I'm also annoyed by how often newbies go off-topic or SPAM in a thread and don't really seem to care. This leads to more people going off-topic or spamming by example, then a good thread gets ruined.

-Getting ignored is also a large facter. newbies will come in and make "friends" with just any person that posts in their welcome thread. My only friends on PC are those that I've known since forever and have a good character. I never make friends with a random person just cuz he posted in my thread.

-As a veteran, I'm ignored and taken for granted a lot. The only thing that keeps people from ignoring me altogether is the fact that I'm a mod, then people barrage me with PM's along the lines of, "How do I become a mod liek you??!!?" or "This person called me a bad word! Ban him!!11" and the occasional newbie from the above bullet saying "You replyed to my topic you must be a cool person can you be my friend?" ugh!

I, like most veterans, don't really feel welcome in here anymore.

Yep, I get ignored alot... but how did I manage it if people say I am still pouplar. o.o...

Kiri
September 5th, 2004, 01:45 PM
I really love it here! If I didn't have to work all the time, this is where i'd be!
I feel bad about spamming in my early days here; I didn't really know the ropes. But no-ones closed all my fairly pointless threads yet...

Chairman Kaga
September 5th, 2004, 01:49 PM
I know that people are getting ignored, but just not on purpose. The new members have no idea about the history of PC and its members, and have not witnessed the events firsthand that would instill in them respect for the older members. It's just that nobody can relate to each other here anymore.

...but that's just a bit of it. I could explain why I stopped being an active poster but that would take quite a while. As I said, the reason for all this, in a nutshell, is a change in all of PC's members, not just new ones. We have more ways to divide each other here than unite each other, and it didn't used to be like that.

Lokhlan
September 5th, 2004, 01:50 PM
Now for a PC veteran's two cents:

-What annoys me the most is seeing a decline in the creativity of topics. I used to go on and be able to find a thread that was fun to post in, but nowadays, it is either some random, quirky question or a thread that's been done 50 times before.

-I'm also annoyed by how often newbies go off-topic or SPAM in a thread and don't really seem to care. This leads to more people going off-topic or spamming by example, then a good thread gets ruined.

-Getting ignored is also a large facter. newbies will come in and make "friends" with just any person that posts in their welcome thread. My only friends on PC are those that I've known since forever and have a good character. I never make friends with a random person just cuz he posted in my thread.

-As a veteran, I'm ignored and taken for granted a lot. The only thing that keeps people from ignoring me altogether is the fact that I'm a mod, then people barrage me with PM's along the lines of, "How do I become a mod liek you??!!?" or "This person called me a bad word! Ban him!!11" and the occasional newbie from the above bullet saying "You replyed to my topic you must be a cool person can you be my friend?" ugh!

I, like most veterans, don't really feel welcome in here anymore.
Agreed.

You know this "ignore thing" seems to come out of members who are relatively here for a long time... rather funny to see that. Well guess what...

If people aren't coming to you, then you go to them.

Simple isn't it ^^ The world can't always do everything for you. Or you can always act like me and don't go to others on the initiative, but don't complain about getting ignored then.
What do you mean by "go to them"? Do you mean PM them saying stuff like "hello, you ignored me, thnx"... The only way to "go to them" is by posting in their threads, but if their ignoring you anyway, what good will that do?

Look, I don't really mind getting ignored myself, but it does get a bit annoying occasionally, so I understand where people like Tmbjr are coming from.

Sakura and Espeon
September 5th, 2004, 01:56 PM
I know that people are getting ignored, but just not on purpose. The new members have no idea about the history of PC and its members, and have not witnessed the events firsthand that would instill in them respect for the older members. It's just that nobody can relate to each other here anymore.

...but that's just a bit of it. I could explain why I stopped being an active poster but that would take quite a while. As I said, the reason for all this, in a nutshell, is a change in all of PC's members, not just new ones. We have more ways to divide each other here than unite each other, and it didn't used to be like that.
Well yes, I have been here almost from the start... =o.... and theres alot of history (some bad) behind me, once from being soooooooooo spammy (since pe2k merged with PC and pe2k always sppppppppppppammmmmmmmy) to posting quality posts... and also the Cas incident and more.

Like too much happened and I dedicated to and everyone ignores me (for some reason)

Frostweaver
September 5th, 2004, 01:56 PM
I just meant "then go befriend them on the initative."

The dividing factor is pretty true... there are a lot more ways to divide ourselves than to unite ourselves. A good start for that is maybe let the admins stop dividing themselves out of the rest of the group by striving to be on top of everyone else.

DarkTerror
September 5th, 2004, 02:00 PM
I can't really say this place is dying. Those of you who think this board is dying certainly haven't seen my message board =P

The only problem I see in this board is that it's so infested with stupid people. Most of the smart Pokemon fans have left. What's a point of going to a forum, aiming to have a good discussion about the thing you're interested in(Pokemon in this case), while most of the people who share your same interests are stupid?

I also have noticed that some people just don't give a crap and break the rules, while the staff seem to have no problem with that. How about warning/suspending the offending members? I mean really, all they're doing is trying to be cool by breaking the rules, like if they're somehow above it all. People like this don't even deserve to be here. You could give them a chance once or twice, but are you just gonna let them break the rules forever? Why not do your jobs as staff and get rid of those morons, before chaos happens in this board?

Hiroshi Sotomura
September 5th, 2004, 02:16 PM
What some members fail to recognize are the sticky threads. Attention is paid little to them anymore, forcing topic locks. Maybe there are a few name changes, or some major changes to the community. People leave because they feel it's not the same and it's losing it.

To me:
- Good topics are ignored. People go for the little topics, which I appreciate that they become big topics, but they are practically bad topics themselves.

Latias
September 5th, 2004, 02:18 PM
Well, if it's dying then I haven't noticed. I always thought this place was doin' great. I mean, like ten people tranferred from SPP to here, including myself. But, I can help this place out by recruiting more people from SPP, and post more on here. ^^

~Kelsey

Lily
September 5th, 2004, 02:21 PM
Although I have joined here myself not long ago, I find PC a very friendly place. ^.^ Some people here, I admit, are newbies. The ones that have the sense to spam. I suppose one of the problem is getting ignored? Well, I don't blame them. You would rather talk to a mod/friend rather than a newbie and ignore them, wouldn't you? That's just how some people feel, like a tight knit group. It's normal, although we try to fix it sometimes.

There technically are no 'stupid' people here. They are just new people, or maybe just overeacting ones with some threads. I think the staff tries to rid of the spammy posts and stuff, although there may be distractions along the way. The people who want to act cool for spamming and breaking the rules...They should be warned or something...I am not that sure though...

^^;

EDIT: true people from SPP are coming here (like moi) but most are new people automatically stereotyping SPP as 'mean' for getting warned, getting threads closed, etc etc. I myself came here just to have fun. :O!

Jesus Freak Josh
September 5th, 2004, 02:28 PM
EDIT: true people from SPP are coming here (like moi) but most are new people automatically stereotyping SPP as 'mean' for getting warned, getting threads closed, etc etc. I myself came here just to have fun. :O!
You aren't one of them because you are a mod on SPPF! :D

PoKeSaFaRi
September 5th, 2004, 02:36 PM
I don't think it's actually dying. U've got a wrong impression. Summer is over, school started and there's less time to go posting here and there like crazy. I'm pretty sure that PC will be crowded during weekends.

I believe that threads like these are the ones that actually put members down and make them feel like it's dying when it isn't.

^^NICK^^ v.3.0
September 5th, 2004, 03:50 PM
Some of you need to get a life, and stop letting yourself get all sad and depressed over a Pokmon forum, seriously.

Fixen
September 5th, 2004, 03:59 PM
I just meant "then go befriend them on the initative."


Well, shall we start some new threads? I suggest we bend the rules a little, and revive a few old threads to rekindle some interest in them.

And about the school inactivity part, people, just wait till Christmas and see what happens. ;)

sandcrawler
September 5th, 2004, 04:33 PM
People do have lives, and I think they want to do something with it. Not just sitting at a computer talking about Pokemon all day.

Pikachu Fan38
September 5th, 2004, 05:57 PM
Some of you need to get a life, and stop letting yourself get all sad and depressed over a Pokmon forum, seriously.
I'm a big Pokemon fan, but NICK v.3.0 is exactly right, GET A LIFE PEOPLE!!!
It's not the end of the world If PC is not filled all the time.It's better
to have only the seniors and TRUE Pokemon Fans remaining than a bunch of spaming newbies.I really enjoy PC.But the main reason that this place isn't filled is because people UNFORTUNATLY aren't interested in pokemon anymore.

ashley03
September 5th, 2004, 06:01 PM
MABE WHERE U ARE!!!!!!where i am...yugioh,and pokemon are the only think i hear now!!

oni flygon
September 5th, 2004, 06:09 PM
If you ask me, the only thread that hold me to PC is my love for the Pokemon manga and my dedication to fanfictions... ^^ (don't forget my job)

Solar
September 5th, 2004, 06:10 PM
I think its dying because all the good and well known members are gone *cough*Junichi*cough* or on hiatus.

oni flygon
September 5th, 2004, 06:13 PM
I think its dying because all the good and well known members are gone *cough*Junichi*cough* or on hiatus.

Good and well known? If you ask me, that happened a long time ago with the departure of MORE popular members. I.e. Keitaro, 22sa, etc. PC has replaced those gaps but for me, the only thing holding me with PC is manga, stories, friends and job.

Purin
September 5th, 2004, 07:33 PM
Although I have joined here myself not long ago, I find PC a very friendly place. ^.^ Some people here, I admit, are newbies. The ones that have the sense to spam. I suppose one of the problem is getting ignored? Well, I don't blame them. You would rather talk to a mod/friend rather than a newbie and ignore them, wouldn't you? That's just how some people feel, like a tight knit group. It's normal, although we try to fix it sometimes.

There technically are no 'stupid' people here. They are just new people, or maybe just overeacting ones with some threads. I think the staff tries to rid of the spammy posts and stuff, although there may be distractions along the way. The people who want to act cool for spamming and breaking the rules...They should be warned or something...I am not that sure though...

^^;

EDIT: true people from SPP are coming here (like moi) but most are new people automatically stereotyping SPP as 'mean' for getting warned, getting threads closed, etc etc. I myself came here just to have fun. :O!
I was ignored in the first year at PC, until I got MSN to talk to people =P
My advice to newbies and anyone who wants to get to know other members better: Get MSN/AIM and add as many people to the list. Try and take the initiative to talk and introduce yourself, because the person might be too busy to do so. (Like me -_-;; )
However, if the person is busy, you should respect him/her and not disturb him/her.

Legendmaster
September 5th, 2004, 08:22 PM
i think its sad that it may be dying i have so many questions

pichbob
September 6th, 2004, 10:35 PM
well i think that after a while the topics get boring

Casey
September 7th, 2004, 01:04 AM
This place is not dying. Maybe some old members have left, but new are still here. Some people just don`t like pokemon anymore or they don`t have a time for internet. But they are in our memory (what a text XD) Ehem... new people join every day, they wanna talk about pokemon and meet new friends- so think place won`t die. I hope, because I really like PC^^

Hiroshi Sotomura
September 7th, 2004, 03:59 AM
Well some members still are around in our range, including me, Lightning, Dakota, some of the administrators, some mods (me for one), Kairi (since May, really), Shadow...

Nightfire
September 7th, 2004, 06:52 AM
old people leave, but a new batch will arrive to replace them. like me for instace, i'm "kind of" no longer in PC cuz i'm in another pokemon forum. but i still come here to visit every once in awhile. but yes, if any of you find PC as a home, stay....otherwise, do what you must do.

Mr Cat Dog
September 7th, 2004, 07:29 AM
I'm not really sure what to say. I've only been here since April, and have had many different views in my time here. Firstly, I enjoyed myself for the first couple of weeks, going on occasionally, posting and replying to threads, you know. But it was after a month or so that the novelty of a new forum wore off (this isn't my first Pokemon forum by far... I'm an SPPf tradeover too ^_^). I seemed to be the exception of the rule - n00bs get popularity quickly. I had, and to a certain extent still don't have, popularity, and seemed offended when other new people came in, and 5 minutes later, had a huge list of friends about 8 lines long. Also, the topics I was creating were getting ignored, and instead, n00b topics like: "Don't you just looooooooooove Pikachuuuuu!" and "Pika Pika is the gr88888888888888est ROFLMAOLOL" and "Isn't Pikachu just awesome... Don't you think? Huh? Huh?" were getting more attention, even though it was clear to me that one was enough - yet everyone replied in both of them. And by the time a mod deleted them, all three would have about 30 or 40 posts. It was then that I left (without telling), and I only came back 3 weeks ago as SPPf is now going under the same strain (well, has been for a long time, I just didn't realise it), so left there as well.

Obviously there are other factors such as school going back in August/September, and that means homework. Some people might make some resolution that they might want to give up the internet and concentrate on work (I did last year). There are different reasons to give up an internet forum you've been on for ages, or are a newbie to, but they are mainly either to do with work/school, or you're sick of the place.

I can understand why people aren't going on as much, because I was one of them, which feels a bit sad :/

"A Vote for Justice is a Vote for MCD"

BigBoss
September 7th, 2004, 08:37 AM
It's school. PC is not really dieng, It's school and homework. People are leaving, sure, but people are joining all the time. I'm not in school today because I live in Florida, and Hurricane Frances delayed school.

Cherrim
September 7th, 2004, 01:33 PM
The problem with summer is that a whole slew of members join up. Many of (but definitely not all) these members just randomly decided to register and they post spammy topics whereas the "regulars" are out on vacation or just enjoying their school-free summer. When school starts up again, the regulars come back and visit everyday since PC becomes their escape from school once again and the newbie members feel unwanted or something and they leave. =\

Maybe that's it. I'm always trying to figure out how people on forums work... and it never ceases to confuse me. <_<

As for me, although I don't mean to, I'll subconsiously ignore people who don't post things up to my standards (which are set to challenge even myself - so it's kinda hard). =\ So all these n00bs that come and leave a few days later complaining about being ignored - it's not the rest of the world, it's you. And the same goes for everyone. I feel ignored by most of the people on this board, but I don't complain (mainly because I don't really care), since I don't take the initiative (as frosty said) to go up to them. =\ Besides, no 1 wants 2 read posts that r like this rofl omgkthx. <_< So I'll ignore you if you can't type the English language properly, too.

Oh, and if you really want to get popular, since you feel that's the only way you can live with yourself, follow Purin's advice and spend all your time on MSN talking to people. 9_9 Sadly, this sense of popularity happens off the boards, rather than on them. <_<;

*had more to say, but forgot it all~* :3

Imakuni?
September 7th, 2004, 04:43 PM
i enjoyed pc most in febuary. when i joined. i dunno why.. i just did

Haru
September 7th, 2004, 04:45 PM
I don't think pokecommunitys dieing,I think it's very popular and new members will always be joining.But also we have to realize some people may not like pokemon anymore,they have school,or there just bored or want to do something else.You have to know we have lives outside the computer.

Spiro
September 7th, 2004, 05:08 PM
I personaly think its bcoz school started and...i think that admins are less active...i rarely see them..but..its not gonna die completely

Arcanine
September 7th, 2004, 05:11 PM
I personaly think its bcoz school started and...i think that admins are less active...i rarely see them..but..its not gonna die completely
Well it's not because of the Admins because they was never on PC all that much (even if PC might would pick up a little if they was on), and I have been here a year and a half.

DarkMewtwo
September 8th, 2004, 12:00 PM
Well I won't leave.This place is cool.The best pokemon I been to.XD

elite13kid
October 6th, 2004, 04:17 PM
i too wont leave, and besides i dont have a pair yet..*starts crying* boohoo....>_<

Kairi
October 6th, 2004, 04:20 PM
This thread is too old and kinda irrelevant now. o_x;