If it was just a misunderstanding on my end, then I apologize, but at the same time, this was on both ends. It wouldn't have gone to where it was if you would've clarified that I misunderstood and the post was't particularly "aiming" at me. But instead of doing that, you replied as if it was directed towards me in the first place, thus adding fuel to the fire, so to speak.
And I did take great offense to that PM, and I don't really want to believe that you're crossing your boundaries as a moderator, stepping on people's toes and acting all high and almighty and whatnot. You're a good person and I want to believe that. I suppose it was just a blowup on both of our parts, and hopefully it'll just be forgotten and put behind us.
You unfortunately post it the most, but its not just you. My post wasn't replying to you in the General discussion thread. It pops up everywhere. Others say it on here as well. Though you shouldn't have started a scene in public and should have PM'd me.
I would have quoted you if I were talking to you when I said that.
You aren't a bad person. And my PM is a little rough since I responded to it right then and there without putting thought in what I wanted to say. I don't think of you in any negative way, you just took my post way too personally.
VM posting cause I don't want to derail the topic.
According to the story, N was abandoned by his parents and the people of the town/village he lived in because of his power to speak with Pokemon which was views as unsightly and weird. Which was why he either 1) Ran away or 2) was abandoned far away and ended up living with Pokemon.
The traumatic incident led him to believe that humans were bad and as he grew up he witnessed other humans doing, what he saw as, horrible things to Pokemon, such as forcing them to battle and enslaving them in Pokeballs.
He just had a very traumatic childhood and misguided judgment based on a few instances in his life.