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Old January 24th, 2013 (6:39 PM). Edited January 24th, 2013 by digimonqueen.
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    i agree with giradialkia. I miss those times when you could just walk up to a table and pick your starter. But i also want X and Y to be unique. so my idea is this: during the intro scene, you take a quiz to determine your personality. Then, based on the results of that quiz, you get Froakie, Fennekin, or Chespin. The quiz would ask you questions like "Do you like swimming?", where if you answered "Yes", there was a chance you would get Froakie. yes, i know that sounds like PMD, but it's a good idea, right?

    Originally Posted by Mac View Post
    In a unique way -- that's how I'd like to receive my starter. I'm sure they'll think of something... but honestly, we'll probably be so excited that won't give a crap on how we get it because we'll just want to play.
    yeah, probably. oh, i also noticed you had Toph from Avatar: TLA in your Sig. that's AWESOME. I've been a HUGE ATLA fan since, like, forever. ANYWAY, i totally agree with you. when X and Y come out, i bet not ONE store will have it in stock. it's gonna just be bought 'till there's none left. then what about those who DIDN'T pre-order, like me? we're SOL (so outta luck). guess i'll just have to wait for Christmas...
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