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Why do almost every Pokémon Trainer always have less than 6 pokémon?

And many times they're just a couple of Rattatas or 3 Magikarps.

Yet, they think they can beat anybody...

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How did the first gym leader get to be a gym leader with a lvl 12 geodude?

 

They slept their way there?

 

And not really what you're looking for but just a general thought; what the hell did those turtle things to cause Mario to hate them so much. They just walk around and he feels the need to boot them out of their shell.

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"Turtle things"?

You call yourself a gamer Ashley? :p

 

They're called Koopa Troopa's and Paratroopa's.

 

Koopa_Troopa.JPG

 

paratroopa.jpg

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Masterchiefs 3.5 ton armour yet he lightly floats down when he falls off the map :)

 

Velocity of falling doesn't relate to the mass of an object. Everything falls at the same rate.

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Velocity of falling doesn't relate to the mass of an object. Everything falls at the same rate.

 

calm down dear it's a forum post:heh:

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Velocity of falling doesn't relate to the mass of an object. Everything falls at the same rate.

 

Odwin ownage :o

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Velocity of falling doesn't relate to the mass of an object. Everything falls at the same rate.

 

Is it? Didn't know that one. Isn't there a higher acceleration in the fall if the mass is bigger? :wtf: ( I'm not trying to be Mr. Smarty pants, I'm really just asking).

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Is it? Didn't know that one. Isn't there a higher acceleration in the fall if the mass is bigger? :wtf: ( I'm not trying to be Mr. Smarty pants, I'm really just asking).

 

Nope. The falling speed depends mainly on the resistance to wind.

 

The reason why parachutes and feathers fall at a slower rate than bricks it's because of parachutes and feathers are highly affected by the wind currents.

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Nope. The falling speed depends mainly on the resistance to wind.

 

The reason why parachutes and feathers fall at a slower rate than bricks it's because of parachutes and feathers are highly affected by the wind currents.

 

That much is obvious since they are resisiting to the wind's flow.

 

About every other thing, it does make sense, gravitational pull is the same for everything, afterall.

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Weight doesn't have any affect on gravity but density does to wind resistance.

 

Wind is the reason you can double jump, change direction in midair etc. If you people actually went out and practiced you would be able to as well.

 

RPGs perfectly reflect real life. God knows that everyone I speak to constantly repeat the same thing. And time will not progress unless I speak to the correct person or use the correct object.

 

And for your information I encounter hundreds of crates and barrels everyday. Where do you think I got all of my clothes?

 

And I can go and defeat monsters and get stronger whilst everyone else remains the same. Why? Because they aren't hardworking enough.

 

Sometimes I wonder where you people live?

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Courting a woman only takes giving her flowers found in the forest round the corner.

Asking the woman to marry you only requires you to befriend some mini sprite people to give you a blue feather to give to her.

Crops can take only 3 days to grow fully, enough to sell on.

The local mine has hundreds of gems and emeralds etc, ready to be found by a single farmer.

Cows can produce gold milk if given a lot of love, and sheep the same with their wool.

And many more farming ones.

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Velocity of falling doesn't relate to the mass of an object. Everything falls at the same rate.

 

Only word to describe that is... TOUCHE!

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Some women can also be courted with strange items found in said mine. That's how I got my girlfriend. We can learn a lot from games. Life is so great.

 

*reality slowly comes back to me*

 

:(

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During the course of the entire game, your hero does not feel the need to sleep, eat or go to the toilet.

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GTA:San Andreas where he pulls out a mini gun, rocket laucher and then a AK-47 all from his back pocket

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Someone's been playing Harvest Moon.

I <3 Harvest Moon.

 

 

Collecting small floating orbs will grant you the ability to jump 30 metres into the air.

Also collecting said orbs will allow a car to stick to walls, a car to flip 3 times in the air, another car to travel at 100mph and go under and destroy any other car.

There's always an option to bring back all the gang members you killed, just to kill them some more.

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You can go walking around the streets with any weapon, in front of police, and they won't arrest you. Ever... as long as you don't use them.

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In phoenix wright, the prosecutor will go 'i have another witness who proves your client did it' and that person is ALWAYS the murderer (don't care though, the games rock).

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Sometimes by the time you reach the final boss, the hero has a revelation that if he never did anything nothing bad would have ever happened.

 

As for the double jump thing, well in the Metroid games it's perfectly plausable, Samus can do a 2nd jump in air thanks to some little booster thrusters in her boots

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