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Conversation Between PkMnTrainer Yellow and Blade_of_darkness

Conversation Between PkMnTrainer Yellow and Blade_of_darkness
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  1. Blade_of_darkness
    November 20th, 2012 9:58 AM
    Now you're just being ridiculous, Yellow...

    With Arceus, there is a really strong basis for someone to start a religion. The people who have abused their gift that Arceus has given them have ignited its wrath, thus it took away the gift of Pokémon. But after around a century or so has passed, it gave humanity a shred of remorse, & gave us back the gift of Pokémon, albeit in a different form.

    Still people take this gift for granted, so the way I'm going with this is that people should be grateful for Arceus for forgiving us for abusing its gift in the past, & should try their hardest to regain Arceus' favor.
  2. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 20th, 2012 8:58 AM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    ...Has anybody ever tried to start a religion that revolves around Fonzie, or perhaps the pots and pans in their cupboard? I guess the answer would be no, because why would they?
  3. Blade_of_darkness
    November 20th, 2012 8:52 AM
    Still, has anybody ever tried to start a religion that revolves around Arceus?
  4. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 20th, 2012 8:33 AM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    I don't think religion works anything like it does in the real world here. Reason being: People don't really need to rely on faith nearly as much. God's name is Arceus and it ripped open the very earth and gave us pokespirits in front of our eyes. If you go into the streets and denounce Arceus, absolutely nobody will take you seriously.

    That being said, a cult as you define it seems rather unlikely. The underground might have the closest thing for Lizzy Borkson.
  5. Blade_of_darkness
    November 19th, 2012 3:01 PM
    See what I mean? There are some things that you don't know about as well. That is what separates those who are truly smart, & those who claim to know everything.

    Anyhow, a cult is a group of people that worships a specific being as their god. Generally speaking, most cults follow someone who is as evil as the devil from hell, but anyone can be worshiped.
  6. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 19th, 2012 1:55 PM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    Yyyeesss.... but that really depends as a pokespirit wielder. Lucy for instance has a gulpin pokespirit and can therefore stomach things like wood that are not 'edible' to any normal being. There are a couple of other pokemon whose spirit fusion would justify a change in diet (though most do not) Anything that is normally edible even by humans is going to be scarce. It's basically a matter of luck to survive on scavenging.

    Also, define what a cult is.
  7. Blade_of_darkness
    November 19th, 2012 12:55 PM
    Still, if someone in a group isn't able to pull their weight's worth on a consistent basis, they should be left behind to rot. Otherwise, the group suffers as a whole.

    Well, that figures. I've tried looking up Serebii's berry dex, but alas, to no avail... But are there still edible plant life outside of berries?

    & riddle me this: Has anybody in Pokémon Fallout ever started a cult?
  8. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 19th, 2012 11:17 AM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    In a sense, but not really. The only time being a loner benefits you is if you're a scavenger, and that's a deadly lifestyle regardless. Thieves and cannibals are at the top of their game in groups. The underground is a testimate to this that you would probably find interesting.

    Berries are not something that would have protein no. You're thinking of beans which often contain protein. Keeping in mind however that scavenging is awfully hard and farming is also awfully hard because of thieves.
  9. Blade_of_darkness
    November 19th, 2012 7:18 AM
    What I really meant by that statement was dead & buried. That's what it meant.

    & really, it also boils down to not letting their emotions get the better of them, because if you think about it, people have been kind to each other, & thus, a lot of people that would have perished by themselves, are alive, thanks to the help of others. Humanity's weakness is its kindness & its overall sentimentality. In other words, we are too clingy with each other, no matter how useless they are in life.

    I'm getting ahead of myself. Isn't their a berry that actually give protein, kind of like the soybean, in this world?
  10. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 18th, 2012 9:45 PM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    Joint posts are generally private. What concern is it of yours? o3O But yeah. Worms don't really exist in Pokemon Fallout. It was really the food shortage that was mostly responsible for people dying. You've got an entire race that rather abruptly can't feed 70% of it's population. Thieves dominated the early shortage because cannibals weren't really an issue until a bit later. Your ability to drop morality was the main thing giving you an advantage. One's ability to fight wasn't really worth much more than their ability to ward off thieves.

    Then cannibals came along and violence became a lot more important. People banded together and some people went to war. Nobody ever asks where these cannibals are right now in the RP. They'd probably be surprised to find out they make up a very significant portion of the remaining population (No less than 1/4th as a rough estimate). It turns out cannibalism was a much, much healthier diet than malnutritioned vegetarianism... in the short term, which sorta heavily pushed 'natural selection' in their favor.

    The reason humanity isn't extinct is because, as awful as it's methods were, it evolved to survive what could've been it's extinction. Had everyone tried to share equally everyone would have starved, no questions asked.
  11. Blade_of_darkness
    November 18th, 2012 8:40 PM
    Now I'm really wondering why the human race isn't extinct right now... Oh wait, the spirit wielders are humans themselves to an extent. No humans, no spirit wielders. Silly me!

    But really, once Pokémon ceased to exist, natural selection took care of the rest. The weak &/or stupid had their bones devoured by the worms. Wasn't that the case in Pokémon Fallout?

    & speaking of which, wasn't there a joint post in that RP that you're supposed to respond to?
  12. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 18th, 2012 7:24 PM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    Here's a slight spoiler for you. Spirit wielders actually operate at 140% of the power of their respective pokemon. (Yes, they are 40% stronger than just the pokemon alone.)

    And pokemon are already operating on superhero level, only there are no deus ex machinas against pokemon like say kryptonite or whatever. So yeah... they're somewhat tanky by default. Consider someone like Lucy, who actually specializes in tanking. She could probably survive an infinite amount of explosives being thrown at her, even beyond realistic amounts of what someone could have. Hell, knowing her she'd eat one and merely find it spicy when it exploded. The explosives would just stop hurting at all after she used her defense boosting move.

    Nevermind pokespirit wielders that can heal themselves, or the fact that most wielders are significantly faster than possible for any human while fused. (With... a few special exceptions) Nevermind that any human attack is going to be normal-type. Nevermind abilities and items.
  13. Blade_of_darkness
    November 18th, 2012 5:06 PM
    You're absolutely correct about that, Yellow. I will admit, that I've still got much to learn.

    But really, are those spirit wielders built like tanks??
  14. PkMnTrainer Yellow
    November 18th, 2012 4:48 PM
    PkMnTrainer Yellow
    Realistically speaking, you're not going to kill any spirit wielder with explosives. Distract? Not all that hard. Stun? Pretty plausible. Hurt? I guess. Wound? Maybe if they took a powerful, direct explosion. Knockout? Not likely, but possible. Kill..? Getting a bit ridiculous.

    To put pipe bombs in perspective, people dying while making them is a pretty common occurance in real life, let alone the evolutionary pampered people of the world of Pokemon. There's an entire science behind trying to get them to explode correctly too which has a lot to do with pressure and how quickly the pressure rises.

    When people were going to war in Fallout, there was really no reason for this. If they were going to invent something they'd probably be aiming for something that's actually a great deal more effective than a blade... like a gun. But yeah. Not happening. So.

    Besides, they've got something akin to landmines. That's the most dangerous human weapon in existance in Fallout in the sense that they're not hard to use--They are hard to make though, so you won't see a lot of them. The underground is probably the easiest place to find one now that the wars have more or less stopped.
  15. Blade_of_darkness
    November 18th, 2012 9:11 AM
    Well, it might be a way to actually kill a spirit wielder. Emphasis on "might."

    I don't really have much of an idea how pipe bombs are made, but still, it's not as crazy as some of the things that I find in video games.

    Take this in mind: In Fallout 3 & New Vegas, there's a weapon called "Fat Man." It's a pneumatic launcher that literally shoots out miniature nukes at whatever you're pointing it at, & since the blast radius of those are just ridiculous, plus the fact that the projectile has a parabolic arc to it, seeing that the weapon is pneumatic, it's way too easy to kill yourself using it unless you're far away from ground zero.

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