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  1. BalkieBoy02
    September 13th, 2019 2:56 AM
    BalkieBoy02
    I love JoJo!!!!!! Good that you caught that!!!
  2. TheAlmightyBlaziken
    September 6th, 2019 11:52 AM
    TheAlmightyBlaziken
    Idk I always though it stood for Ruby so I call it that
  3. Sorvete
    September 5th, 2019 4:44 PM
    Sorvete
    Hey! Really sorry for taking so long to answer.

    I do have some recommendations! Most of them are series of books, because that's the kind of literature I usually like to read, so I hope you don't mind that.

    First, is the A Song of Ice and Fire series, otherwise known as the Game of Thrones books. I'm actually currently reading the fifth one from the collection, and I have many things to say about it. There are three things that really make me feel immersed in the narrative. The first one is the characters: I absolutely love the cast from this series. Their different personalities, the constant conflict between them, and the journeys they take really make me feel sympathetic towards pretty much all of them. The second thing is the world: It's a fascinating map, and it really makes the narrative feel alive. And last, but definitely not least, is the really complex and multi-faceted plot. One thing you should keep in mind if you ever want to read this series is there is some amount of violence, sexual content, and language in it.

    The Harry Potter books are also among my favorites. The story is so compelling, and the characters make me feel so nostalgic that I constantly find myself revisiting the wizarding world, through Pottermore and whatnot.

    And then there's also the Percy Jackson series, which I don't consider as nostalgic as HP or fascinating plot-wise as ASOIAF, but it's still a pretty action packed and fun adventure to read about.

    So these are my book series recommendations. If you're looking for individual books, I definitely recommend the Agatha Christie ones. One that I read recently was the Monogram Murders, which isn't actually by Agatha herself but by Sophie Hannah. The initial premise and how detective Poirot manages to put the jigsaw pieces together are really good!

    I hope this helped! Have good reads. :)
  4. magic
    September 4th, 2019 8:00 AM
    magic
    That's usually a good idea, yeah! You can discuss in the Casting thread for that RP, or on Discord; many GMs set up their own server for their RP.
  5. magic
    September 4th, 2019 5:49 AM
    magic
    Hi!
    In our RPs, you first go to the subforum called Roleplay Casting. The first post in each thread should tell you the plot and setting of each RP. You can also sign up there by filling out a form each GM presents.

    When you are accepted into a RP, you go to the other subforum, Roleplay Stage, to actually RP. We write RPs as collaborative fiction, basically. Take turns making posts, describing your characters reactions and actions without controlling the characters of other players.
  6. TheAlmightyBlaziken
    September 2nd, 2019 8:29 AM
    TheAlmightyBlaziken
    Ahh Thank you hope you have an good time also good thing I have uniquensees or however you spell it but thank you again

About Me

  • About Soaring Sid
    Quick Self-Introduction
    A human kid grateful for being one
    Biography
    Generally a happy person! Loves using exclamation marks! Though I know when not to use them. Confused when carrying out real-life conversations.
    I read books and play games. A lot. Preferably, I avoid watching movies, they aren't for me, but cartoons and documentaries are good. There's this sport called Kabaddi, and I'm a big fan. You might want to check it out!

    As for what we're all on Pokécommunity for, I've been playing Pokemon games since 2008. Pokémon Pearl was my introduction to Pokémon and I've not stopped playing ever since then, covering all main series games till 2018. Also, a member of the Pokécommunity Daily, and working hard to do something good.
    Interests
    Reading books, paleontology, playing and watching Kabaddi and gathering stones apart from gaming.
    Location
    Lion's Abode
    Gender
    Male ♂
    Occupation
    Student
    Nature
    Jolly
    Also Known As
    Sid, Sidd
    Favorite Pokémon
    Monferno, Crobat, Staravia, Sceptile, Zoroark, Oshawott, Decidueye, Meowstic, Garchomp, Cinderace, Dragapult, Machamp, Corviknight, Zekrom
    In-Game Name
    Siddhar
    Go Team
    Do not display
    Discord Nickname
    Siddhar#9162
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    My playlists for Video game battle music and Non-battle Video game music. Oh and here's one for some remixes!

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Posted November 24th, 2019 at 9:20 AM by Soaring Sid Comments 0
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Eiscue, the 'Penguin Pokemon'. This Pokemon keeps its heat-sensitive head cool with ice. It fishes for its food, dangling its single hair into the sea to lure in prey.

An ice cube on a penguin. Nice. Wow. This is one of, if not the dumbest designs ever made in the history of fiction, at least in my opinion. The Ice King from Adventure Time looks better, in my opinion. If he ever needs an assistant, Eiscue will be ready, I guess. What's...