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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
Yup. I am the '''Editor-in-Chief''' of Bulbapedia. I joined on December 9, 2007, worked hard enough to get nominated for a staff position, and clawed my way up from there. That's right, you too can be EiC. All it takes is hard work, dedication, and all those other inspirational things you hear about getting ahead in life. After being EiC for a while, I decided that I wanted to focus on the user experience. My main goal as EiC is to make everything easier to understand and help my fellow user find the page they want as efficiently as possible, and when they get there, I want it to be full of all the juicy info you need organized around some fancy and colorful templates.
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I am an '''{{bp|Executive Policymaker}}''' of Bulbapedia, a Vice-Webmaster of Bulbagarden, and former {{bp|Editor-in-Chief}} of Bulbapedia. I joined on December 9, 2007, worked hard enough to get nominated for a staff position, and clawed my way up from there. That's right, you too can be EiC. All it takes is hard work, dedication, and all those other inspirational things you hear about getting ahead in life. After being EiC for a while, I decided that I wanted to focus on the user experience. My main goal as EiC is to make everything easier to understand and help my fellow user find the page they want as efficiently as possible, and when they get there, I want it to be full of all the juicy info you need organized around some fancy and colorful templates.
   
 
I've been a fan since Gen I, but near the end of Gen II, I lost interest. After seeing {{p|Beautifly}}, I figured Game Freak had run out of {{p|Butterfree|original ideas}}, so I skipped {{v2|Ruby}} and {{v2|Sapphire}}, but the remakes of Gen I brought me back. Thanks to {{v2|FireRed}} and {{v2|LeafGreen}}, I also invested a little time checking out Gen III Pokémon, and came to the realization, that some of them were actually {{p|Blaziken|pretty}} {{p|Flygon|original}}. As for Gen IV, well, I wasn't going to jump in, but after a friend of mine did first, I decided, why not? I had to try out the all new {{p|Magnezone}} and get in on that Wi-Fi action. While looking for info to educate myself on what I missed during my Poké-hiatus, I found Bulbapedia. The rest is history.
 
I've been a fan since Gen I, but near the end of Gen II, I lost interest. After seeing {{p|Beautifly}}, I figured Game Freak had run out of {{p|Butterfree|original ideas}}, so I skipped {{v2|Ruby}} and {{v2|Sapphire}}, but the remakes of Gen I brought me back. Thanks to {{v2|FireRed}} and {{v2|LeafGreen}}, I also invested a little time checking out Gen III Pokémon, and came to the realization, that some of them were actually {{p|Blaziken|pretty}} {{p|Flygon|original}}. As for Gen IV, well, I wasn't going to jump in, but after a friend of mine did first, I decided, why not? I had to try out the all new {{p|Magnezone}} and get in on that Wi-Fi action. While looking for info to educate myself on what I missed during my Poké-hiatus, I found Bulbapedia. The rest is history.
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On December 9, 2012, exactly 5 years after joining Bulbapedia, I decided to step down from my position as Editor-in-Chief. You can read about my decision in {{bp|Messages_from_the_Editor#December_9|this message from the editor}}. Thanks to all the staff and fans for helping out during my tenure. I'm not leaving though, so don't worry, I'll still be around.
   
 
====Contact====
 
====Contact====
E-mail - '''MAGNEDETH@bulbagarden.net |''' [http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/index.php Bulbagarden Forums] - '''[http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/member.php?u=18973 MAGNEDETH] |''' {{tt|Twitter|Fair warning, I don't use it often.}} - '''[https://twitter.com/#!/MAGNEDETH @MAGNEDETH]'''
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E-mail - '''MAGNEDETH@bulbagarden.net |''' [http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/index.php Bulbagarden Forums] - '''[http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/member.php?u=18973 MAGNEDETH] |''' Twitter - '''[https://twitter.com/#!/MAGNEDETH @MAGNEDETH]'''
   
 
==To Do list==
 
==To Do list==
* Pre-text
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* In the anime: Appearances
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* Reform Pokedex pages
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* Give the fans what they want!
 
* [[User:MAGNEDETH/Welcome|Welcome]] new users
 
* [[User:MAGNEDETH/Welcome|Welcome]] new users
 
* Lern tu spe9l
 
* Lern tu spe9l
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* '''{{p|Typhlosion}} - HOTBLOODED''' (i cant wait to team up with Ty again)
 
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* '''{{p|Weavile}} - THE CLAW''' (hell, Sneasel works just as well.)
 
* '''{{p|Weavile}} - THE CLAW''' (hell, Sneasel works just as well.)
 
* '''{{p|Heracross}} - ROADHOUSE''' (took me forever to think of a name for him, but, this could work well.)
 
* '''{{p|Heracross}} - ROADHOUSE''' (took me forever to think of a name for him, but, this could work well.)
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====Titanium Gym====
 
====Titanium Gym====
 
This is my old IPGL gym team. When I left the league, my overall tally for this team is an awesome 65 wins, and only 6 losses. I always lead with a Steel-type, but it changed depending on who I was facing. Now that I'm not battling anymore, I can openly say that both Lucario and Scizor run {{m|Swords Dance}} sets (although, I had alternate sets in my early matches) and when they were on the field, they nearly guaranteed me at least one, probably 2 kills each. Magnezone was a revenge killer, Steel trapper, and generally used for killing anything that was already damaged. It may sound weird, but basically, everyone knew I had Zone, but no one knew when they would see him. And as they pondered this, that's when he would surprise them. Metagross was just brute force. No real strategy on him except an unconventional moveset. Worked awesome. Skarmory and Empoleon rarely proved useful and were rarely used as a result. Our rules allowed 2 non-Steel-types allowed, so I chose Gliscor and Gyarados because they resisted a lot of the types that are strong against Steel. I didn't have much time to give them proper movesets, but they proved confounding enough that even with fairly straightforward attacking sets, they did exactly what I needed them to; cause the opponent to switch.
 
This is my old IPGL gym team. When I left the league, my overall tally for this team is an awesome 65 wins, and only 6 losses. I always lead with a Steel-type, but it changed depending on who I was facing. Now that I'm not battling anymore, I can openly say that both Lucario and Scizor run {{m|Swords Dance}} sets (although, I had alternate sets in my early matches) and when they were on the field, they nearly guaranteed me at least one, probably 2 kills each. Magnezone was a revenge killer, Steel trapper, and generally used for killing anything that was already damaged. It may sound weird, but basically, everyone knew I had Zone, but no one knew when they would see him. And as they pondered this, that's when he would surprise them. Metagross was just brute force. No real strategy on him except an unconventional moveset. Worked awesome. Skarmory and Empoleon rarely proved useful and were rarely used as a result. Our rules allowed 2 non-Steel-types allowed, so I chose Gliscor and Gyarados because they resisted a lot of the types that are strong against Steel. I didn't have much time to give them proper movesets, but they proved confounding enough that even with fairly straightforward attacking sets, they did exactly what I needed them to; cause the opponent to switch.
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===White===
 
Gen V is here! WHAT?! NO MAGNEMITE?! It's true. For the first time since Gen I, I didn't use a Magnemite (before Megamite, I had a Raichu). Galvantula is pretty damn cool though, and with {{a|Compoundeyes}} it throws a mean {{m|Thunder}}. Granted, its a hell of a lot less powerful than Zone, and noticeably more frail. In this gen, I don't really like any of the starters. Game Freak really screwed this all up making Emboar another Fire/Fighting because really, Samurott should absolutely be Water/Fighting. Not to mention Samurott's really stupid stat spread, but regardless, he did a pretty good job. Sigilyph is just plain cool. He looks, sounds, and acts ridiculous, and with {{a|Magic Guard}}, he just doesn't care what you think. Good stat spread and great movepool. Chandelure and Mienshao were Pokemon I wanted pretty bad, but you only get late in the game. Thankfully, {{u|Umeko}} and {{u|Jo The Marten}} respectively traded me a bred Pokemon. Specially bred IV made them both killing machines. Then there's Excadrill. As soon as he was revealed I wanted one, and I searched FOREVER in [[Wellspring Cave]] for a good Drilbur. Can't tell you how long it took, but it payed off. By the way, in the interest of learning names, I didn't nickname anything. The nicknames listed are simply names they I called them myself.
 
Gen V is here! WHAT?! NO MAGNEMITE?! It's true. For the first time since Gen I, I didn't use a Magnemite (before Megamite, I had a Raichu). Galvantula is pretty damn cool though, and with {{a|Compoundeyes}} it throws a mean {{m|Thunder}}. Granted, its a hell of a lot less powerful than Zone, and noticeably more frail. In this gen, I don't really like any of the starters. Game Freak really screwed this all up making Emboar another Fire/Fighting because really, Samurott should absolutely be Water/Fighting. Not to mention Samurott's really stupid stat spread, but regardless, he did a pretty good job. Sigilyph is just plain cool. He looks, sounds, and acts ridiculous, and with {{a|Magic Guard}}, he just doesn't care what you think. Good stat spread and great movepool. Chandelure and Mienshao were Pokemon I wanted pretty bad, but you only get late in the game. Thankfully, {{u|Umeko}} and {{u|Jo The Marten}} respectively traded me a bred Pokemon. Specially bred IV made them both killing machines. Then there's Excadrill. As soon as he was revealed I wanted one, and I searched FOREVER in [[Wellspring Cave]] for a good Drilbur. Can't tell you how long it took, but it payed off. By the way, in the interest of learning names, I didn't nickname anything. The nicknames listed are simply names they I called them myself.
   
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| align="center" style="background: #{{fighting color light}}; {{roundy|1em}} font-size: 100%;" | '''{{tt|Chow|Shao - Chow}}'''<br>[[File:Spr 5b 620.png]]
 
| align="center" style="background: #{{fighting color light}}; {{roundy|1em}} font-size: 100%;" | '''{{tt|Chow|Shao - Chow}}'''<br>[[File:Spr 5b 620.png]]
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With the unexpected changes brought by B2W2, I finally had myself a Magnemite in Unova! But what about the rest? I insisted on staying with Gen V Pokemon for the rest of the team. Emboar proved to be powerful, but lacking a friendly movepool. Rather aggravating having to gain BP to earn Brick Break just to give him something to use. Archeops had to be traded in (thanks Jo the Marten), but he is a beast. Give it {{m|Acrobatics}} and it will tear teams apart. His defenses are terrible, but he was usually fast enough to OHKO anyway. The moveset changes were kind to Magnemite, giving him Flash Canon, but the TM changes meant Shock Wave was no longer available. Volt Switch is annoying to use in single player. Simipour had to be traded in (thanks again to Jo) because there's no way I'm going to wait for the tiny chance for one to pop-up. She proved to be just fast enough and just strong enough to provide the power I needed. Krookodile is awesome. Defenses were terrible, but he did't care, he would rock the earth of just eat his opponents. Basculin rounded out as an HM slave. I was using a Leavanny (named Tivanny) for a while, and while she did a good job, I didnt want to saddle anyone with Cut and Dive. Basculin never saw battle.
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| align="center" style="background: #{{flying color light}}; {{roundy|1em}} font-size: 100%;" | '''{{tt|Warhawk|Named after the Curtis P-40 WWII fighter plane.}}'''<br>[[File:Spr 5b 567.png]]
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| align="center" style="background: #{{Steel color light}}; {{roundy|1em}} font-size: 100%;" | '''MAGNEDETH'''<br>[[File:Spr 5b 462.png]]
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| class="l" | Fast hard hitting metal mole. That is a recipe for awesome. Gen V is brand new, so its pretty hard to tell if he will go out of style or not. Currently looking good (although the competitive battling community might argue that).
 
| class="l" | Fast hard hitting metal mole. That is a recipe for awesome. Gen V is brand new, so its pretty hard to tell if he will go out of style or not. Currently looking good (although the competitive battling community might argue that).
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| class="l" | {{p|Sawk}}
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| class="l" | A no non-sense Pokemon with a clear cut objective. I like it. It kicks, it punches, it does it with moderate haste, and it doesn't waste any of its stats on special moves.
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| class="l" | {{p|Leavanny}}
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| class="l" | You wouldn't expect to see Leavanny here, but she does a lot of things right. She looks harmless, but packs a mean punch with decent, rounded stats, and has a slick movepool to use. You cant help but smile when you see her...until she cuts you in half that is.
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| class="l" | {{p|Scolipede}}
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| class="l" | Another Pokemon that may come as a surprise. I don't think I would ever actually use a Scolipede, but this guy is just plain cool. Fast, decent power, but look at him! And the sound he makes is awesome!
 
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| class="l" | {{p|Krookodile}}
 
| class="l" | {{p|Krookodile}}
 
| class="c" | [[File:Spr 5b 553.png]]
 
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| class="l" | Deal with it.
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| class="l" | [http://i432.photobucket.com/albums/qq44/MAGNEDETH/dealwithit.png Deal with it].
 
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| class="l" | {{p|Sigilyph}}
 
| class="l" | {{p|Sigilyph}}
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| class="l" | As I said in the above section. It looks, sounds, and acts ridiculous. Whats not to like? It's so hard to tell what it looks like, how can it get old?
 
| class="l" | As I said in the above section. It looks, sounds, and acts ridiculous. Whats not to like? It's so hard to tell what it looks like, how can it get old?
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| class="l" | {{p|Archeops}}
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| class="l" | While Defeatist is annoying, when it ISN'T activated, Archeops is just insane. He looks like he tripped and fell into a bunch of paint, but don't get him mad or he will decimate you.
 
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| class="l" | {{p|Galvantula}}
 
| class="l" | {{p|Galvantula}}
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| class="l" | Two sides to the coin here. On the face of things, its an interesting concept. a Ghostly chandelier. That alone is pretty cool, but a staggering 145 Sp.Atk makes it a total beast.
 
| class="l" | Two sides to the coin here. On the face of things, its an interesting concept. a Ghostly chandelier. That alone is pretty cool, but a staggering 145 Sp.Atk makes it a total beast.
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| class="l" | {{p|Cryogonal}}
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| class="l" | Another Pokemon I probably wouldn't use, but holy damn, look at this guy! If you were wandering around on a snowy day and you met him in a cavern, you wouldn't even bother to beg for mercy because you know he gives none...
 
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| class="l" | {{p|Mienshao}}
 
| class="l" | {{p|Mienshao}}
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| class="l" | Another type combo I like combined with absurd stats. It has the presance of a legendary without the tacky fan following.
 
| class="l" | Another type combo I like combined with absurd stats. It has the presance of a legendary without the tacky fan following.
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| class="l" | {{p|Terrakion}}
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| class="l" | Rock and Fighting is an excellent type combo, and Terrakion has the stats to use it, with gusto. And look at this guy, he doesn't even need a reason to destroy the opponent, I bet he just does it for fun.
 
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| class="l" | {{p|Zekrom}}
 
| class="l" | {{p|Zekrom}}

Revision as of 05:31, 9 December 2012

Tags

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Introduction

I am an Executive Policymaker of Bulbapedia, a Vice-Webmaster of Bulbagarden, and former Editor-in-Chief of Bulbapedia. I joined on December 9, 2007, worked hard enough to get nominated for a staff position, and clawed my way up from there. That's right, you too can be EiC. All it takes is hard work, dedication, and all those other inspirational things you hear about getting ahead in life. After being EiC for a while, I decided that I wanted to focus on the user experience. My main goal as EiC is to make everything easier to understand and help my fellow user find the page they want as efficiently as possible, and when they get there, I want it to be full of all the juicy info you need organized around some fancy and colorful templates.

I've been a fan since Gen I, but near the end of Gen II, I lost interest. After seeing Beautifly, I figured Game Freak had run out of original ideas, so I skipped Ruby and Sapphire, but the remakes of Gen I brought me back. Thanks to FireRed and LeafGreen, I also invested a little time checking out Gen III Pokémon, and came to the realization, that some of them were actually pretty original. As for Gen IV, well, I wasn't going to jump in, but after a friend of mine did first, I decided, why not? I had to try out the all new Magnezone and get in on that Wi-Fi action. While looking for info to educate myself on what I missed during my Poké-hiatus, I found Bulbapedia. The rest is history.

On December 9, 2012, exactly 5 years after joining Bulbapedia, I decided to step down from my position as Editor-in-Chief. You can read about my decision in this message from the editor. Thanks to all the staff and fans for helping out during my tenure. I'm not leaving though, so don't worry, I'll still be around.

Contact

E-mail - MAGNEDETH@bulbagarden.net | Bulbagarden Forums - MAGNEDETH | Twitter - @MAGNEDETH

To Do list

  • Pre-text (ongoing)
  • Reform Pokedex pages
  • Give the fans what they want!
  • Welcome new users
  • Lern tu spe9l

Interesting Stuff

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We want an evolution!! Why are we so ugly??
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We all want a do over! Magnemite TCG collection!


Meanwhile, there's a less friendly sub-page sitting way down below...

Nifty

Teams

My teams follow a simple pattern.

  1. Starter
  2. Flyer
  3. Magnemite
  4. Surfer
  5. Earthquake-er
  6. HM slave/Powerhouse

Certain Pokémon get placed in the same position. However, Flygon on my Sapphire team is a good example of how this isn't always the case. I don't know why or how I started doing things this way, but, it's nice to be organized. It should be noted though that this doesn't mean I'm going to send the same Pokémon out first every time if you battle me online.

Gen I

Gen II

Gen III

Gen IV

Gen V

Favorite Pokémon

Gen I

Gen II

Gen III

Gen IV

Gen V

If you enjoyed all of that, they why not check out my least favorite Pokémon? -- MAGNEDETH

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