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  • Birthday 06/03/1995

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  1. dude you're still alive!

  2. How is that not noobish then lol
  3. Team Rocket headquaters -.- You step on arrows continuously, not move against a wall lel 
  4. The PokeMMO's true №1 player welcomed me too!  I may die now :) [spoiler]dont be mad amanub[/spoiler]     Thanx Tranz <3     Thank You :)
  5. Thank you! :)       This could be the only reason I created this thread - to receive a Welcome from you Emlee ^_^ Thank You and see you in-game   A GM and a CM welcoming me - my life is now complete <3
  6. Though I might as well since I got nothing better to do :P You people dont have to read all of it, I just wanted to put this out there, just incase someone was interested who I really am :)   Welp, My real name is Roman ( I like it when people stress the first syllable of my name), Im 17, almost 18 years old (since my b-day is in the beginning of June) and I was born in Moscow, Russia. My alias - Romuldo - appeared in my had at the age of about 7-8 and can be explained through my immense love of football. At the time when I came up with it I was very fond of Cristiano Ronaldo's silky skills (although Im not anymore) and I decided combine my name and that of my idol. Im a huge Barca fan btw and have been for half of my life now.     I would describe myself as an open-minded but an incredibly lazy person, however, with this game having such a wonderful community I feel like I really want to spend these few minutes opening up to its members .   Now that I look back on my childhood I see it as the happiest part of my life and Im proud to say that very rarely a day went by without me interacting with the world of pokemon. I watched the anime on TV, played the TCG and stayed up late at night to play on my Gameboy. Incidentally, I cannot remember the first cartridge I ever played (must have been Pokemon Red or Blue), as I used my friend's gameboy at the time, but the 1st one I actually owned was FireRed and I got LeafGreen as well a while after that. Im very confident I havent missed a single pokemon game for the handheld nintendo since then, although I havent had time to play Pokemon B&W2. Those memories of my childhood are definitely the brightest ones :)   But enough of that. Here's some background to my life: I lived for 13 years of my life in Russia, traveling almost every single holiday period abroad with my family and then being sent to England to study. After 4 years there, believe it or not, I've been asked to leave the school (lel) and I moved to Malta to finish school here.  The past 2 years my life has been relatively shaky and unstable with my future possibly not turning out as bright as my parents would have wanted, but strangely this hasn't affected my behaviour as I still have firm confidence in myself and do not dwell on my failures or successes too much.   So far my experience of PokeMMO has been veeery enjoyable as I reach 2 months of playing and Im happy to say that the world of Pokemon connects some wonderful and diverse people together. Im yet to do well in a tournament, but Ive been learning at a steady pace as it seems to me that I lose because of something different every time... Im not entirely sure if sharing my life to that extent was the right thing to do but Im happy Ive done so lol Feel free to welcome me and ask anything if you wanna ;)     EDIT: That looked a lot less before I posted it lol
  7. I just wanted to check IVs...      Team Rocket Blasting off again :(  
  8. [b] Just a casual picture of my Shiny Rayquaza, Nurse Joy and some weirdo...[/b] [center][img]http://s53.radikal.ru/i140/1304/1f/a856035fb4fb.png[/img][/center]
  9. Hey Stavie! I believe we already met in-game! Glad you are enjoying this
  10. [quote name='CipherWeston' timestamp='1366651864' post='301102'] We should have a tournament that has no clauses, or any banned Pokemon. [/quote] Can I bring 7 Slakings? And use full restores and revives when I feel like it?
  11. Hey Slowpoke-Lover Feel free to add me in-game and ask any sorts of questions! IGN Romuldo
  12. [quote name='Strychnine' timestamp='1366610745' post='300456'] It depends on the location the host has picked for the event. We normally do try to create separate areas for competitors and spectators however it often comes down to how well the crowd wants to behave. We won't be using Snorlax to block off an area and we won't be making separate entrances. [/quote] Having a hard time imagining the authorities allowing "the crowd" to behave as well as they want to in real life, but I guess this doesn't apply here. Thanks for listening anyways.
  13. [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]What I would like to suggest is some form of a Tournament Etiquette with a purpose of creating a more organised, challenging and in a way motivating atmosphere for those participating and spectating. I believe this is something that can be done at least for the "Official" Tournaments that take place. I would like to propose an idea of separating the "arena" from the "stands".[/font][/color] [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]My idea is the following: In the last 2 days 2 "Official" Tournaments took place. Both were well conducted and organised, credit to the in-game staff, but what I found staggering is the CHAOTIC battlefield that was in the centre of both of those tournaments. I mean really? In both Original Posts of both Tournaments' threads it clearly showed where people that are spectating should stand and where should the competitors be. Yet there were unstoppable "pitch invasions" as people were running and cycling around the arena, while other's were battling. Not that I find it incredibly disturbing or annoying (as I mainly watch the Plizard's steams instead of spectating myself), but I feel that separation of the competitors from the spectators would make the "Official" Tournaments seem more official and civilised. Evermore, I am pretty sure with only competitors moving on the screen many people's frame rates will seem more pleasing. Likewise, the amount of lag should go down and there will be no need to switch channels.[/font][/color] [font="helvetica, arial, sans-serif"][color="#282828"]First of all, Ill say that I'm not entirely sure how this is going to go down, but I suppose the referees and organisers of such events could first bring all the competitors into one place and then block the entrance by a Snorlax or multiple Snorlax, as done in the Trainer Tower, making the spectators spectate from at least some reasonable distance. Alternatively, there could be separate entrances for the spectators and competitors with a staff member ticking off names as they come in, thus making it simpler for the competitors to check in and not make them look through momentarily updating chat searching for their name . The violators can be /unstuck or kicked from the game-session, making them log-in again and spawn in the PC.[/color][/font] [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]I feel like this would create a distinguishable margin between the spectators and competitors, making competitions (at least) seem more civilised.[/font][/color] [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Personally, I have always envied the idea of a Pokemon battle, taking place on the arena where the only person that is present besides the referee and myself is the opponent and not 100s of wild spectators.[/font][/color] [color=#282828][font=helvetica, arial, sans-serif]Finally, I feel that if people have to register for tournaments in the first 20 seconds after the beginning of registration to actually get in, the staff could at least separate those "special ones" from the rest, letting everyone enjoy a truly competitive atmosphere.[/font][/color]
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