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  1. Oryx
    March 22nd, 2012 05:50 AM
    Oryx
    Hey,

    Please don't make identical threads for two different characters a day. Not only will that bump down the thoughtful topics, but it also breaks the rules of the Pokemon General section.

    Quote:
    Cookie-Cutter Threads

    A "cookie cutter" thread is a thread that is nearly identical to another thread, but with the main topic changed. For example, if you're going to create a thread asking people what they think about Kanto, you can't create another thread five minutes later with the same format asking them what they think of Johto. This rule basically boils down to make sure you actually put some thought into your threads before posting them.
    If you want to make a bracket of favorite trainer, you'll have to find another way to do it.

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