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Farting Nudist
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posted 01-12-2001 12:20 AM      Profile for Muku   Email Muku   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
In the first Stadium, you could change the PKMN's colour by nicknaming, right? Yes. In g/s/c, shiney PKMN are different colours too. I was wondering what was going to happen to non/shiney PKMN when nicknamed in the new Stadium. I remember naming my Weezing something to turn him blue in Stadium, I have a shiney Weezing which is also blue. I'm pretty sure the shiney PKMN would sparkle when out, but what's the point in having a shiney PKMN in Stadium g/s/c when you could get a max stat PKMN and nickname it to change it's colour? What're your thoughts on this?

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Farting Nudist
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posted 01-15-2001 09:41 PM      Profile for ProTrainer2001   Email ProTrainer2001   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Its going to be just like the old stadium..Shiney pokemon are going to be gold looking I heard.

"You know ya blew up when women rush the stands and try to grab your hands like some screaming Usher fans"

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