I have mentioned it. Though, on Bulbagarden, none of the members are really competitive to the extent that it annoys me. I've been on the Smogon forums before, and they're just terrible in my opinion. I'm a little annoyed with PokeBeach for said reason, although I've literally spend like an entire hour on that site with my account, so I wouldn't know.
I need to frickin train a team too.....whenever I finalize a doubles team (or singles, if you insist), we can battle. I promise I won't be a complete pushover like I was last time.
Happy Thursday people today seems better than yesterday to me
"The Self Proclaimed King of Rhode Island"
Son of a pig I finally found ya.........
Death by Snu snu to you all....
Got pinned today
Still no word on the President, though the Brigade Commander pinned me and thanked me and the crew for bringing a good name to the brigade.
Should be getting promoted way early as I predicted.
In other news, bought Assassins Creed Brotherhood today, trying to play them all before 3 comes out, which I may or may not be in Afghanistan for its release. :/
I can't stand sticks. I much prefer just the simple pad. Many professional gamers say it doesn't matter, but just have the same story you do.
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Hi yes, hello. I've been trying to get the hang of playing on a set of Donkey Konga bongos. I've got the hang of waveshining into double laser 360 half pipe bananarama, but I'm having a hard time smash attacking. How loud should I be clapping?
Oh, it definitely matters: or rather, it matters what you're comfortable with. It also slightly matters, IMO, that sticks are simply more optimized for fighters (obviously). They help prevent human error in games where you're constantly pressin' shit and using ATs.
Both of these things apply to me ATM. Skullgirls ain't exactly revolutionary and brand spankin' new in terms of the gameplay in competitive fighting, but I don't know shit 'bout the game. Compound the problem with me using a controller the first for any competitive fighter not Melee or Brawl (which are competitive fighters of a completely different type, as you know), and this results in the fact that I'm utter shit at the game.
For now, at least. I'll need to practice plenty.