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    Maybe were about to have a "War of the Worlds"

    But seriously, Did you try changing the batteries in your Wiimote? And if you did, then the lightning must of short-circuited it in some crazy way. Did the lightning affect your Nintendo Wii?

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    Hey maybe the Mythbusters could try this myth.

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    Maybe the lightning was in fact caused by the shorting out of the Wiimotes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLU51396
    Hey maybe the Mythbusters could try this myth.
    Or I could just tell you it isn't possible.

    Dreamcast Fan Fo Lyfe

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    Oh yeah i remember a time when there was a lightning storm and it broke my router(Would'nt turn on after so i threw it away.) that is always on so if you are in the same situation i was your Wiimotes are BROKEN. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    Just be happy that it didn't break the wii.
    Last edited by Lunatix; 07-04-2007 at 12:28 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunatix
    Oh yeah i remember a time when there was a lightning storm and it broke my router(Would'nt turn on after so i threw it away.) that is always on so if you are in the same situation i was your Wiimotes are BROKEN. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

    Just be happy that it didn't break the wii.
    Your router could get screwed up by a power surge or something, but since the Wiimote isn't connected to the power lines in anyway that isn't going to happen with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paintba||er

    Your router could get screwed up by a power surge or something, but since the Wiimote isn't connected to the power lines in anyway that isn't going to happen with it.
    This is what I was going to say.

    You people make me feel like a genius.

    There was no EM FIELD PERMANENTLY SHORTING OUT THE BLUETOOTH SIGNAL?!?OMGOMG>!>!>!

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    Oh alright then I guess I have nomore ideas on how his wiimote broke.
    So the only thing I would do now is call Nintendo or look on their site if you don't fix it or find a solution.(I guess he has done something about it because he doesn't seem to be posting)

    -Good Luck

    P.S. Lightning + Wiimote = Broken Wiimote?
    Please test this theory by playing your Wiis during a lightning storm.
    Last edited by Lunatix; 07-04-2007 at 12:54 AM.

    Ahh my second signature still looks pretty bad.

    I have no next gen consoles so I am neutral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunatix
    Please test this theory by playing your Wiis during a lightning storm.
    no thanks, but other users here can do so if they wish and speaking of lightening storms, my house was acting funny when i came back after being out all day (it was lightning and thunder thought the day) my cooker wouldn't turn on and my harddrive was acting funny, i was a bit panicky because i had left my ps3 on standby so i turned it off for a while and i turned it on later on, to my relief it was completely fine, i just hate the british weather, why such bad weather in july? it's crazy.

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    Didn't I Already State This? :-/

    Meh


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