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  1. Ninjabait

    The Unsolved Mysteries We Take for Granted

    Well, generally, the plans are a one time only kind of thing (See Jirachi: Wish Maker), you just caught a big ass legendary, they actually learned from their mistakes, or they are ashamed that a child beat them. Or something along those lines. ^-^
  2. Ninjabait

    The Unsolved Mysteries We Take for Granted

    The shockwaves are on a small scale, causing little waves which pick up sediment and stuff from the ocean floor, and are flung at the other Pokemon. That's just my theory, though.
  3. Ninjabait

    The Unsolved Mysteries We Take for Granted

    They can run out of the forest and maul you, you know. And if that stuff doesn't work, SMOKEY THE BEAR SHALT COME.
  4. Ninjabait

    The Unsolved Mysteries We Take for Granted

    It's all fun and games until you're burning in agony. =/ Also, Chuck Norris Kyogre has a pretty good chance of stopping you. Or Team Aqua. Or the forest Pokemon.
  5. Ninjabait

    The Unsolved Mysteries We Take for Granted

    You fail getting a girlfriend, forever. That doesn't guarantee it though, for all we know, the Magikarp could've been an endangered species back then, and only lived in areas that have always been oceans thus far. No, those are imprints. Yanmega are flying invertebrates, and are too large to...
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