Lol Strype, Arceus isn't that threatening in ubers. His most devastating set is the E-speed SD set, which although very deadly, isn't as scary as some things like a Palkia in the rain. The reason people ban him from uber play is usually because he isn't technically legal. Since he's been needed to be item-hacked up until this point, in other words, semi-legit isn't good enough for some people.
OHKO means One Hit Knock Out, like those moves Horn Drill and Fissure. OHKO can mean if a single move, not like Horn Drill or Fissure, kills the enemy in one shot. Like, your Charizard fainted a Vileplume in one hit with Fire Blast.
Oh okay. I just always called those a Super Critical
he is the God of all Gods. and if he looked as bada$$ as he does in that picture, i'd collect hundreds
Theres one thing I dont understand: why does Nintendo procrastinate announcing it when its already all over the internet? Its not like its a secret anymore.
As a side note, I imagine any god that can be defeated in combat can be overpowered. However in my belief there is only one God in real life, so this really only applys to everything else.
Not going to say anything but this: don't bring religion into this thread. Religion and pokemon=something reaaallly bad about to happen. >.>;;;
Aaaanyways.. Not everyone flocks to serebii.net and knows Arceus exists, Nick. Just.. mostly everyone. That, and if they don't officially announce it, noone would know it was definatly in the 12th movie or figure out when and how it'd be distributed.
Also, did you know noone knew Arceus existed until some random player was using metronom on one of his pokemon, and used Arceus' signature move "Judgment"? When reported to the pokemon community, people were baffled and confused what pokemon had the move, so they delved into the game's data and discovered pokemon #493: Arceus. Pretty lucky discovery, eh?
That Metronome thing is screwed up. I wish that could happen to me.... lol. Magikarp used Judgment! If only that could really happen!
CK, Im not trying to get religion into this. All I said is that the rule would never apply to real life, for obvious reasons. A simple note. End of discussion!
The world of pokemon is a very interesting place........