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    1. jix99
      jix99
      Ooo i didnt know you ha youtube channel! Gotta check you out!
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    2. OVERGRO
      OVERGRO
      Thanks for posting about the time of events and health! Glad someone did!

      You've inspired me to eventually start that hygiene thread haha.
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      2. poke4trade
        poke4trade
        Can't wait to read it. I liked your post on the thread I created. It showed a line of empathy that truly makes you a Pokemon Trainer. :0)
        Feb 22, 2016
    3. Gible06
      Gible06
      What's your YouTube channel?
      1. poke4trade
        poke4trade
        Raising Ash
        Feb 8, 2016
    4. bbninjas
      bbninjas
      Good luck in testing the Tierno further! I'd be interested in any extended (100 or so tests) results to see how consistently you wanted to use it. :)
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    Occupation:
    Engineer
    Interests:
    Pokemon
    TCG/VG Accomplishments:
    3 Top Cut League Challenges
    Pokemon Involvement:
    • TCG Player
    • Competitive TCG Player
    • TCG Play! Pokémon Player
    • League Player
    Generation Started:
    4
    I've played pokemon for a about 3 years. My child picked up collecting cards, and because we had a lack of competition in our lives, I went on a hunt for a league. We strictly played at the league for a year just learning the game. After a while of league play, my child wanted to play competitively. I started taking him to competitions. Eventually, he won cities, took 5th in states, and 22nd in a regional, we missed the cut for worlds.

    At one point or time, my son got upset with me and asked why I didn't play competitively. I told him I just wasn't good enough to compete. In truth, I thought the game was more about him, than me. Eventually the argument went into a direction that I couldn't refuse. I top cut in my first masters league challenge, and then, did it twice over.

    Game Style:
    I like to play fast and hard, at the same time I like to try and figure out pokemon that are deemed unusable (Absol, Kyruem, Dianci, Kyogre) Though I've played them, I don't find lock decks rewarding. It might be my age, but I prefer my opponent to have all his options available to know that I truly did play a strategy game. I find those wins a bit more rewarding. I prefer not to net deck and enjoy league challenges where people are trying new ideas.

    As an Engineer, I prefer the Japanese model to life. Basically, any new ideas presented in the industry must be shared with their competitors, whomever makes the best product wins. I live by the open share rule and always leave my decks open.

    If you want a friend, than hit me up.

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