About This Page
I originally created this page as a test of sorts. That test did not work. I then proposed it to be deleted. It was not. Now I want to keep it. Let's see how this plays out. I pretty much will use this page as a personal forum of sorts. All my post may not be about Golden Sun but they will be relevent. Perhaps I will use this for posting personal polls. Perhaps I will talk about other Nintendo properties. I will write about things I notice. I will write some personal thoughts. If you would like to say something about one of my postings please don't be shy. In fact I welcome it. You don't even have to bother with the talk page. Just so long as you leave your name, I'll get back to you after the beep. Thank you.
I just checked the Bulbapedia and more and more evidence is coming forth about the possible remakes of Gold & Silver. I for one cannot wait until the news is revealed. Though it is not official, their have been alot clues here and there. They have a whole page about it. Any fans should go check it out.Zabbeth 19:49, 3 May 2009 (UTC)
- You should check out how enthusiastic I and other posters at the Temple of Kraden forum have been about it. ^_^ Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 02:50, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
I pray to God that it is the fabled GSDS. Generation II is hands down the best Generation ever. 16 Gyms. Blue is a Gym Leader and Red is a mysterious trainer at Mt. Silver. Team Rocket is the better than Aqua, Magma, and Galactic combined. Silver is my favorite rival from all games. Of the the Generations released since the first, G/S/C had the coolest and most original new Pokemon ever. Scizor is hands down my favorite. Not like Generation III where everything was kind of boring. But there is the possibility of it being a new console game along the lines of Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness. But they said it was a game at the center of much speculation which GSDS was. And the Poke Balls were Gold and Silver. I will be pissed beyond all belief if it is not so.Zabbeth 13:45, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
Desperately Seeking Zangoose
OK, so I have been looking for one of these bastards for about 2 years now and I have yet to find one. I refuse to spend $25 on Ruby just to catch this damn thing, and all the people online are a bunch of idiots. I will not trade a freaking Rayquaza or Mew or any other legendaries for something like that. I would try Bulbapedia but that sight is full of those same people who want legendaries for uncommons. All I need is a Zangoose and a Cyndaquil (plus his evolutions) and I will have completed the National Dex. Can anybody here help me?Zabbeth 18:21, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
- Were my internet connection compatible with the encryption or security or whatever settings of whatever Nintendo Wi-Fi uses, and therefore were my Nintendo DS able to connect to Wi-Fi, I'd be willing to help you out. But as it stands, I've only been on DS' Wi-Fi once in my life, which was over a year and a half ago. :( Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 18:42, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
- I believe I can help there, I have a Quilava going free, and most likely a Zangoose on my Pearl in a matter of days. As for what I want in return, have them for free, I'm not using them. I should have a Cyndaquil in a few days, depending on how easily my friend finds her DS. Phimi 20:57, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
Heart and Soul
I am so freaking happy! It's old news by now I cannot wait. Though I hate the fact that we won't see it until next Spring while Japan gets it this Fall. I'm already planning my party. I'm totaly buying both, one so I can have a completed game and "Catch 'em All", and one to play over and over again. I am wondering how they will do the whole Time Capsule thing though. Maybe as sort of a Pal-Park thing but I thought the main reason for these games is due to the whole GBA non-compatability with the DSi. Maybe they will scrap it. I'm not going to lie. When I heard the official announcement I damn near cried. Silver was my very first Pokemon and GBC game. It brings back so many happy memories. I reminds me of a time when I really had no worries and the only thing on my mind was Pokemon. I used to be a Super-Fan. I watched the anime religiously, loved the movies (the second one was my favorite), and collected the cards. Nowadays though I'm just an average fan. I still get up every morning to watch the new series, and whenever a movie is on I try to watch it. Do you think it's wierd for somebody in their late teens and nearing their twnenties to still like Pokemon? It's not something I flaunt, in fact I keep it pretty secret, not counting right here, but I like it.Zabbeth 00:15, 10 May 2009 (UTC)
Click the link.
I am not using Girafarig. I need a good sixth member. It needs to be from Gen II. And it cannot evolve into something from a different generation, i.e. no Aipom, as he evolves into the Gen IV Ambipom. I also cannot have repeating types. I already have a Grass type so I will not put a second Grass type in my party. Any suggestions?Zabbeth 14:41, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
- Is it or is it not required to have the Psychic type? Because other Psychic types from Gen II are Espeon, Xatu, and Slowking. Otherwise, I see there's no Rock, Ground, Steel, or Dark types in that particular team; You can't use Rhydon because that evolves, so could that be Golem? Though Steelix has far more specific and effective defensive uses... And how about Tyranitar? These are my random suggestions for you. Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 17:28, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
Tyranitar counts as a Pseudo-Legendary and I choose not to use them, besides, Larvitar is found so late in the game it wouldn't be worth it. Golem is from Gen I so I can't use him. Psychic is not required. But I think I should use a Rock type based on your Rhydon suggestion. As of right now I am leaning towards Sudowodo, but his stats are generally weaker than Girafarig. But a challenge is always good. Steelix is too slow.
Now that I think about it, do you have any information on version exclusives? The Bulbapedia doesn't have those yet. I'm thinking I should go with either Ursaring or Donphan. The only problem stems from the old Gold & Silver. Teddiursa was in the Japanese Silver but in the English Gold.Zabbeth 18:30, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
- Afraid I don't. Version exclusives have never mattered to me beyond cover legendaries, so... Erik Jensen (Appreciate me here!) 19:22, September 14, 2009 (UTC)
This is essentually two things I have noticed and I am wondering about. It conserns the end of The Lost Age and the event of Alchemy being released to the world of Weyard. This may contain poor spelling.
Do you think history will repeat itself? Once people abused Alchemy and used it for war. This is why it was sealed in the first place. But in order to learn from your mistakes you have to look at history. But this is not the case in Golden Sun as the past is not seen as history but more as a legend. There is a difference. Imagine wars starting again over petty differences and the Light-houses having to be shut down all over again. Then thousands of years later this history becomes mere fables. Think about it.
What if they don't abuse Alchemy and use it for the bettering of man-kind? Does this mean their future might lack any technological advancements? Think about it, the reason we have airplanes is because we don't have magical flying boats. We invent new things because we don't have mystical powers to do it for us. Does this mean Weyard will be stuck in a psuedo mideval/renniseance era? I think this is the main reason why most people think sci-fi and fantasy cannot exsist in the same universe. Which kind of makes sense. Just a thought. What do you think?Zabbeth 19:50, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
In the event of me not getting one done on time, I have here a list of possible polls to be used. Pick your favorite for a monthly poll if you like.
- Do you think the third Golden Sun game should get rid of the Random Encounter/Turn Based style of the previous games?
- Do you think Golden Sun would have made a good anime?
I'll do more up later.Zabbeth 21:53, 17 May 2009 (UTC)
Look What I Found
You may already know about this but I thought it was pretty cool. Does anybody know how to view how many hits this site gets. That would be some great info.Zabbeth 21:41, 29 May 2009 (UTC)
To Do List
- Add gif images to articles involving main characters.
- Add images to walkthrough sections to better help those in need.
- Create a category for articles that include walkthroughs then track down each and every article and add it to said category.
- Finish the Takahashi Brothers page. I plan to make it big.
- Expand the pages for the other members of the devolopement team beyond the stub label.
- Edit enough to make it to #3 on the featured users list before GSDS comes out. First adminship, then the world!
So I have been following this game since it was announced almost a year ago. I finally got to rent it and I have to say it wasn't bad. It wasn't great either. I have only had the chance to play and beat the single player which was pretty straight foward. Enemies were alright but nothing special, but I must admit that the little Mites were fun to kill as they made a wierd grunting screech sort of sound when they die. They are kind of like the Grunts from the Halo series. The controls are flat out great (the default controls suck though) once you get your own style down it is truly awesome. I had only one problem with them and that is they have no screen-lock feature. In almost every Wii FPS you can hold a button to lock the screen so you are not forced to point at the middle of the screen the entire game just to walk a straight line. Instead this game has an enemy lock on target system which is stupid. Kevin Sorbo was pretty good but the overall plot was flat out stupid. I feel bad I never got to try the on-line but from what I hear it's pretty bad-ass. So as soon as this game hits bargain bins for $20 in about 6 months or so I will buy it in a heart-beat.