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Now that the dust has settled:

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Were they really that bad?
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LYCANROC THREAD
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This is insane
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What are the best Paldean Dex images?
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I want to cuddle this dino boy
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People are starting to realize just how good Sword and Shield were
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I really hate these designs.
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SOVL
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It's not "cheating" to gen Pokemon

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Pokémon Training Complexity:

Individual values (IVs), effort values (EVs), natures, and abilities, not everyone has the time to self-trade and "legitimately" raise 30 box legendaries with different movepools, IV/EVs, and so on. We don't all have the hours to waste on breeding, training, and battling.

Hacking Pokémon provides a shortcut to peak potential, leveling the playing field for diverse players with time constraints. It appeals to casual players, professionals, and those unable to dedicate excessive time.

Pokémon hacking expedites team-building, focusing on strategic battles over a monotonous grind. Emphasizing intellectual and strategic aspects creates a more enjoyable experience.

Contrary to "stifling creativity" claims from niggerfaggots, Pokémon hacking fosters an innovative approach to team building. Players can easily test various Pokémon combinations and discover unique synergies, injecting creativity into the competitive scene. Critics argue hacking compromises the game's integrity. Advocates resist an unequal system, aiming to democratize Pokémon mastery for inclusivity.

Evolution of Pokémon Competition:

The more genners experiment with genned mons, the more we learn for the "legit"cucks who only steal their teams from Smogon anyway.

Conclusion:

If you lose to a genner you're dumber than the genner. You wasted time grinding while the genner did more Pokemon battling and learned more about the game. Suck my ass and stop calling it "cheating" when better people with less free time "ruin your fun" by beating your ass or your favourite youtuber in a kid's game. Grind is anti-intellectual shit that doesn't belong in gaming whether skipping it costs money or not.

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Based Gengar
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