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Old May 20th, 2013 (1:53 PM). Edited May 20th, 2013 by TornZero.
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I shall tell you now, Polymus1, that your sign-up is very far from being accepted.

First, and I know I get on this a lot, but this one's serious. WHAT. IS WITH. THE NAME? I literally — as in, it actually happened, without exaggeration — facepalmed when I saw it! I think even Yellow would have had at least an urge to point it out and kindly suggest that you change the name, but I'm not nearly that nice. There is something totally wrong with that name, and I really shouldn't have to say exactly what.

Second, the history is virtually non-existent, so I'm not even going to talk about that.

The personality is incoherent. All I got out of it is that he's emo, hates kids, and still apparently wants to "unite" them with adults again.

There's an appearance, but all Pokéspirit wielders change in appearance when they're fused. There's no fused form — on top of it, he looks way too fit. Does cannibalism give him all that protein he needs to body-build?

Lastly, on the first post, just no. First, he's sixteen; if you pass 13 without getting a Pokéspirit, you can never get one. Next, all the Pokémon disappeared ages ago. They know they're disembodied. The kids won't know until a Pokéspirit/wielder tells them. There is no "freaking out" kind of things that'll happen when the Pokémon returns to the physical world, either, unless that Pokémon is a total moron. Since you chose a Gardevoir, that's an even bigger no.

Now, I'll stop myself before I get a headache trying to do more than skim. Maybe Yellow'll put my post into nicer terms so you don't feel discouraged and end up never coming back, but we've both been rather inactive in this thread for a while, so I wouldn't count on it.

I will be moving my account to Songbird over the course of immediately. The signature will stay as is for posterity and reference.
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