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  1. Bearminator

    Least liked staff member

    I was happy Im able to finally win something but nooo, Kizhaz must claim all glory again.
  2. Bearminator

    Bring back lenny face( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    ^^^^^ please no
  3. Can't wait to see you guys in next TT
  4. Bearminator

    What you think about doing a World Cup?

    Please, do you really think I will let you and Quave ruin Poland without me
  5. Bearminator

    Gym Rematch Team Help

    Im using dragonite eq plus hydreigon combo, followed by blaziken, typhlosion, and two that I like to use atm, usually to cover water gyms. Double kick blaziken is just best
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    Summary of Team Tournaments 2018

    That idea went into my head, for sure I will keep updated point system for this year, and I will look if I can do it for past years. For sure it will be "easy" for the past two years, older threads might be more challenging, but I will see what I can do. No promises about the date, it's a lot of writing.
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    Summary of Team Tournaments 2018

    6. Same as UU, Nu, and LC
  8. Bearminator

    I was muted for this?

    Hi, you can contact me, SecretDjinn, Kizhaz or Rache to discuss any warning/punishment in game. Have a nice day!
  9. Bearminator

    Summary of Team Tournaments 2018

    Im quite unsure if they mind but i dont see much issue with this.
  10. Bearminator

    Summary of Team Tournaments 2018

    I hoped to finish it earlier as summary for december tt but im glad its finally here \o/
  11. Bearminator

    Happy New Year Everyone

    Happy New year cuties !
  12. Bearminator

    Summary of Team Tournaments 2018

    2019 will start with a few changes- with changed location (to be announced for each month) and with the rotation of tiers: January: OU UU NU February: OU NU LC March: OU UU DUBS April: OU UU LC May: OU NU DUBS June: OU DUBS LC July: OU UU NU August: OU NU LC September: OU UU DUBS October: OU UU LC November: OU NU DUBS December: OU DUBS LC Starting January, I will want to announce important change -> All rosters MUST be submitted an hour before Team Tournament start. A team failing to do so will be moved to reserves. Original post with roster will be count as an entry for the team, so remember to edit them earlier or just post full roster at once. As the second announcement: Teams: AW, ÄURA, RISÉ, SIÂ, RAGE will have guaranteed spots in January Team Tournament. Because we do appreciate our players taking part in our tournaments, and because we want to reward competitive spirit, all teams that took a part in all Team Tournaments will have guaranteed spots in January Team Tournament as well. Because this short list includes only Aw, Sia and Lava, team Lävä is rewarded guaranteed spot for January as well.
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    Summary of Team Tournaments 2018

    Although, Team Tournament is not only about final match and winners. 37 total teams took a part in Team Tournaments. Worth to note, that the only teams to take a part in all 12 tournaments are AW, SIÂ and Lävä [LØRÐ] -> 20 points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> 2nd Place -> Round 2 -> Round 2 -> Round 2 ->Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Round 1 ->Round 1 [lävä] -> 19 points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> 2nd Place [VVVV] -> 18points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Round 2 -> Semi-Final -> Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Round 2 ->Round 1 [HDLM] -> 17 points Semi-Final ->f Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Semi-Final -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Semi-Final [Líve] -> 16 points Round 1 -> Round 2 ->Round 2 -> Round 2 ->Round 1 ->Round 2 ->Round 1 ->Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Semi-Final [êggs] -> 13 points Round 2, Round 2 ->, Round 2 ->, Round 1 ->,Round 1 -> Round 1 ->, Round 2 ->. Round 1 ->, Round 1 [OCP] -> 13 points Round 1 -> 2nd Place -> 2nd Place [NØRE] -> 12 points 2nd Place -> 2nd Place [LYLE] -> 12 points Round 2 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 ->Round 1 -> Semi-Final -> Round 2 [WinÐ] -> 12 points Round 1 -> Round 2 -> 2nd Place -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 [NôwN] -> 10 points Round 2 -> Round 1 ->, Round 1 -> Round 1 ->, Round 2 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 [Cold] -> 9points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Round 2 -> Round 2 [PWBR] -> 7 points 2nd Place -> Round 1 [GODS] -> 6 points Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Round 1 [XGDX]-> 6 points 2nd Place [WÎSH] -> 6 points 2nd Place [RmW]-> 5 points Round 1 -> Semi-Final -> Round 1 [SaKé] -> 3 points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 [GHIS] -> 4 points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 [QALL] -> 4 points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 [RE] -> 4 points Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 [Meta] -> 4 points Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Round 1 [LEM] -> 3 points Round 1 -> Round 2 [ÁvE] -> 2 points Round 1 -> Round 1 [YB]>2 points Round 2 [MOØN]-> 2 points Round 2 [MéGâ] -> 1 point Round 1 [HPX] -> 1 point Round 1 [ÔDIN] -> 1 point] Round 1 [ØNIX] -> 1 point Round 1 [NaOL] -> 1 point Round 1 [ROHN] -> 1 point Round 1
  14. Team Tournament Summary of 2018 The 2018 year was full of changes, with new teams rising to the top, and old teams slowly fading away. We saw changes in tiers, players and finally of host place. I will use this thread as a spotlight to teams who took great pride, achieving final round each month, and those who took part. As you can see above, the second half of the year was split between team Aura and Asgard Warriors, each winning 3 titles. Overall, this year we had 5 different champion teams. I will count points for each round, to make a little summary of this year for each team, but without going into not needed details. Using a little-modified points system from Crash Team Racing (so only fair point system in existence), I tried to see and spotlight which teams achieved most in 2018. Champion Title: 9 points 2nd Place: 6 Points Semifinal: 3 points Round 2: 2 points Round 1: 1 point Let's start. [Aw] Asgard Warriors Five final matches and not a single second place- AW are not a team to be ignored. Twice this year they had a chance to win team tournament three times in a row, and despite failing to do so, they were close to this achievement. They played in every Team Tournament this year, and they were first rounded only twice. Number of points: 56 History of starts: Round 2 -> Champions -> Champions -> Round 2 -> Round 2 -> Semi-Final -> Champions -> Round 2 -> Round 1 -> Champions -> Champions -> Round 1 Team Captains when they won the title: Lkrenz, Haazuu, Frags, FaBBROoo Team Players: Zhiko yosoyarca enchanteur Pitzzin Necroskulldark YUBELLLLLLLLLLLL xPauu AurumPegasus kiwikidd ZeknShooter JRyuk Akles Candiido SejuaniSupport Predakiller . belieberboy Akles AntiWall Roxxaass XxxDragonDarkxxX [ÄURA] PokemonAura 10 starts, 3 titles, 3 semi-finals. They haven't lost final match either, and 2018 for sure is successful for team Aura, especially on the second half of year. Winning month after month proves that they are a capable team and it doesn't matter which tier is actually played. They performed really well in this year, being thrown away only twice in first round Number of points: 42 History of Starts Round 1 -> Semi-Final -> Semi-Final -> Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Champions -> Champions -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Champions Team Captains, when they won the titles: YettoDie Forfiter Team Players when they won the title: Axellgor Fennikan EVLGOON iJulianFNT Funkykong Excavalier Lifestyle Bluebreath Rendi Samoerai RoseSara LordOfAngmar SpartacusGD Kimokozen LeJovi LifeStyle SpartacusGD magnetopro Maekaay Aftershocker Mnemosyne Amanu [RISÉ] TheUprising 2018 they started with a win in January, and then again with a win in June, achieving third and fourth Champions Title correspondingly. The second half of the year wasn't as lucky for them, but we still see them almost everytime during TT (they didn't play only one time). Worth to note that out of two final matches, they won them both. Number of points: 37 History of starts: Champions -> Round 1 -> Semi-Final -> Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Champions -> Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Round 1 -> Semi-Final -> Round 1 Team Captains when they won the titles: xSparkie, Oltann Team Players when they won the title: Oltann Havsha Zymogen RLotus SweeTforU pachima Butlerrr PlayerCoucheado Chaolander Mnemosyne Suigning Suneet ZorNiFieD SoulStealerJR PepperPoots RLotus DeadGorilla TianBozNA [SIÂ] Sic Itur Ad Astra They have won the title once in 2018, and three last tournaments ended with them losing first round, but the only fool would be happy facing against them. Twice they came second, and three times they ended the tournament in the semifinal match, which is even more impressive when you will notice they played in every TT this year. Number of Points: 38 History of Starts: Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Semi-Final -> Round 2 -> Champions -> Semi-Final -> 2nd Place -> Round 1 -> 2nd Place -> Round 1 -> Round 1 -> Round 1 Team Captain, when they won the title: Schuchty Team Players when they won the title: Mkns, Jaawax, gbwead, MadaraSixSix, Stelian, Pinklabel, Kriliin, Gypss, Rikoudo, TheShinyMonster, FranchoP, TheDrakeHope, daveN, pokyou, VincentehAsianNg, DoctorPBJ, Zbleeex, Kamimiii, Kragy, Darkquette. [RAGE] Outragecrew Few times they were left in round 1, but we can't ignore their champions title in April, and their three consistent semi-finals run. Considering their semis came in late 2018, we can expect more from Rage in 2019. They deserve spot in Top 5 Team Tournament starts. Number of points: 27 History of Starts: Round 2 -> Champions -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Round 1 -> Round 2 -> Semi-Final -> Semi-Final -> Semi-Final -> Round 1 Team Captain when they won a title: Chjul Team Players when they won the title: lVENEZUELAl ketze Raihco Juancadv BOYKADD LeviaTaNzft WalkerMarsky yaritan Darkeduardo lKillua NicoAR Cateatj EmmaCACHJ Sunamie ainhoajL lXavi JackOfDown
  15. Bearminator

    I hope the Devs see this...

    When times are hard, we can only try to be better and better. Each new day is 24 hour chance to leave something positive in the world, and im glad PokeMMO helped you survive bad days. Huge part of PokeMMO experience is made by community surrounding it, and I hope you had and will continue to have amazing time playing with us all. Thats going to be my "thank you note for those players who everyday try to help each other on chats, those who engage in communication, those who can light the spark in the new players. Every action you do in game can have big impact on people. You are group of wonderful people, and one of main reasons why I still enjoy time here so much after 6 years, despite differences. Have an amazing 2019, cuties. You are part of happiness, so needed in this world.
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