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  1. CodeHelmet
    August 2nd, 2018 9:04 AM
    CodeHelmet
    Last one to move for Round 6 ;). Caite finished off Karrablast so you're free to move north. Cuddles locked down the Ghost with Whirlpool so it will fall in time, leaving just Lombre on the lake and the 3 minions. I think we'll take two of the three minions down in Round 7, although I think we'll lose Coral during Enemy Phase.
  2. CodeHelmet
    July 20th, 2018 6:23 PM
    CodeHelmet
    Round 5 now live. I recommend you go after Gothita with Pursuit(either N3 or M2, your call. I suggest M2 for Tall Grass). Karrablast ought to be taken care of by me and Priscilla. I’ll be mildly surprised if it’s still standing as it’d earn the Tough little Bug award.

    Anyways, lmk what you think.
  3. CodeHelmet
    July 18th, 2018 6:24 AM
    CodeHelmet
    So you and Black are the last two left to move. You have a couple options. Option#1 is to move to K14 to grab an item or you can move south to M8 and give cover not only to Rinnia but also to be in range of attacking one of the new enemies that spawned to our South. Its your call ultimately.

    *Edit* Might have you sprint down to K5. I know its a bit much but it blocks Salandit-C from attacking Rinnia with Poison while also preventing it from using it as a spot to hit Mags with Ember. It'd also put you position to attack someone in Round 5 and you're pretty safe from any Bug Type moves thanks to the tree unless Karrablast or Nuzleaf knows a Rn 2 or 3 move that can hit you. Gothita can't because Dark is immune to Psychic and Yungoos is too far away to even consider you as a target.

    The way I see Enemy phase going down though is that Lycan is going to hit Mags hard(possibly even fainting her unles Black OHKO's Gothita with Fury Cutter this turn). Black will also be hit hard because he's a major threat to Nuzleaf(x4 with Fury Cutter). Won't be on Thursday but hopefully we can move and get Round 5 started soon :)
  4. CodeHelmet
    July 14th, 2018 1:33 PM
    CodeHelmet
    Not sure what you want to do in FTE but with Meta vacating K14 and the addition of two Ghost Types to our NW means I'd move to K14 and pick-up the item there before making my way towards those Ghosts. While there's a new group that spawned to our South, new Allies and tactics will likely lead to our triumph.

    The ability for those Ghosts to be able to move virtually anywhere though troubles me. I'd make those a priority for your Pokemon.
  5. CodeHelmet
    July 11th, 2018 7:35 PM
    CodeHelmet
    *Friendly Poke* Last one to move for FTE. Mercy is moving up next to the tree while Krakanos is covering Cuddles. As I said last night, L12 would put you in position to do something in Round 4(depending on what Gamemaster does).
  6. CodeHelmet
    July 10th, 2018 6:50 PM
    CodeHelmet
    Recommend moving to L12. Puts you in position for Round 4 action against potentially Drowzee(although it depends on what Gamemaster does).
  7. CodeHelmet
    June 30th, 2018 8:28 AM
    CodeHelmet
    Last one to move in Fire Type Emblem. Patrat, Skorupi, Mankey and Alolan Rattata are gone so... you can pretty much do w/e you want lol.
  8. CodeHelmet
    April 10th, 2018 11:35 PM
    CodeHelmet
    Also not to spam your visitor board but an independent developer has been working on an OoT remake on the Unreal Engine. He has videos posted on Youtube detailing his progress and I must say he's come a long way over 3 years. If Nintendo were to actually make that remake a reality, it might settle the debate as to which Zelda game was the best. I certainly don't have a Computer that would be able to run it and Nintendo doesn't offer a console with the power to run it. Maybe the Switch but honestly the latest XBox model tailored to 4k UHD that just came out would be ideal for something like that.

    Makes me wonder why people haven't made independent Zelda titles like "Legend of Tetra" or "Legend of Hilda" with Ravio as the main heroine. The latter would sell like hotcakes I think based on A Link Between Worlds popularity.

    Btw, you try out the April Foolish challenge? Nearly done with mine on Yellow. Will be posting an update tomorrow after defeating Sabrina.
  9. CodeHelmet
    April 9th, 2018 7:13 AM
    CodeHelmet
    Well I like Classical music and Zelda franchise has always used classical music to great effect. In fact, the OST for any particular title is excellent. Only titles I've played are A Link to the Past and Ocarina of Time. I've always wanted to play Windwaker(simply because its an underrated title with an awesome soundtrack) and A Link Between Worlds(Link to the Past remake but who cares. Best Zelda Lullaby theme imo though).
  10. ddrox13
    April 9th, 2018 6:33 AM
    ddrox13
    I technically haven't either - never had a gamecube. Buuut I like Tetra's character, and a bunch of staff went with LoZ avatars, so I joined.

    If you have the means to, by all means you should play WW though. I love all the runs I see, and it's a really fun game from what I've heard.
  11. CodeHelmet
    April 8th, 2018 7:47 PM
    CodeHelmet
    Current avatar and signature makes me want to play Windwaker(even though I have no means of doing so). Never played Windwaker either so it’d be a new experience compared to OoT or other older Zelda games.
  12. CodeHelmet
    March 14th, 2018 6:29 AM
    CodeHelmet
    One idea I’ve had with regards to picking Pokemon is looking at Ash’s Pokemon and the Pokemon of all his Companions. If that doesn’t add up to 64, then you add in rivals such as Paul, Trip and Gary(Gary’s Umbreon would be sick, although Gladion’s....). Then to determine winners you use a six sided die and roll as many times as needed to score three hits. If there are no advantages or each Pokemon has a Type Advantage over the other(like Brock’s Steelix vs. Kiawe’s Turtonator), then each Pokemon gets an equal amount of numbers on the die. If one Pokemon has the advantage, then they get 4 numbers as opposed to just three. You then roll until one Pokemon acquired 3 successful hits(a hit being that their number rolls up). In other words, it’s best of five or first to three wins. I mean you could do a popularity contest to determine winners(which would be an outright headache to carry out or determine a winner) or simply have people try and guess the outcome before rolling.

    Another idea is to do Attack&Save(aka Great Pokemon Battle) for each matchup(you know... the popular game here on the Forum). Should a Pokemon faint, it loses and the winner moves on. Conversely if a Pokemon hits 60 through being saved, it automatically wins. Think of it like a Pokemon Contest Battle where fainting the Pokemon isn’t the key to victory. Type advantage would have double the effect for an Attack to help speed things up.

    Oh and one more thing. I’m tempted to start one while giving you credit for the inspiration.
  13. ddrox13
    March 14th, 2018 5:44 AM
    ddrox13
    I've actually done something similar where I "simulated" the actual tournament by picking 64 pokemon based on mascots of the actual basketball teams and having them fight by pushing random buttons on Showdown.
  14. CodeHelmet
    March 13th, 2018 8:46 PM
    CodeHelmet
    Interesting that there is a March Madness Contest. Might partake but odds are I won't since Basketball isn't my thing. Curious though as to whether anyone has thought about holding a similar thing but Pokemon themed. Namely you pick 64 random Pokemon from the National Dex, seed them 1-16 in the following 4 regions: Kanto/Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Unova with the Final 4/Championship taking place in Kalos. The only issues I can see are determining the 64 Pokemon and who wins. Obviously type advantages ought to play a big role but like the Anime has taught us, type advantage only matters if it suits the writers(otherwise Ash wins that Kalos League..... *Screams bloody murder*). Good luck with the Tournament.