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Conversation Between flamehaze94 and Antebellum
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  1. Antebellum
    August 6th, 2011 09:59 AM
    Nah, I only gave one 5 star rate. Volcarona in sun should be fairly easy to handle, since SpD Tar almost never loses the weather battle to Ninetales and thanks for the compliment on my stall team, it's probably the best team I've built, but there still are a select few mons that can break my stall, that and I could be outplayed.

  2. flamehaze94
    August 6th, 2011 09:18 AM
    Thanks. And I bet you liked it so much you created two other profiles to give me five stars lol j/k. Though admittedly, I can't cover every threat like bulky DD Dragonite (getting popular as hell D:), Volcarona in Sun, or Rain Stall but I'd say I was proud to make that team. Your stall team was also great; bet it'd be a nightmare to face.

  3. Antebellum
    August 5th, 2011 10:26 AM
    Great job on your RMT, I tried to rate it, but it was already next to perfect and I couldn't think of any suggestions to better it :I

  4. Antebellum
    June 27th, 2011 04:34 PM
    I laughed so hard when I realized I had it set to Hardy, then I realized why it barely walled Conkeldurr.

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