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User:PsychoYoshi

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Personal Info
034.png This user identifies as male.
CST This user uses Central Standard Time, which is UTC-6.
CDT During the northern Hemisphere summer, daylight saving time is in effect, which is UTC-5.

en This user is a native speaker of English.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer hat fortgeschrittene Deutschkenntnisse.

Bulbapedia Foci
Project Pokédex logo.png This user is a member of Project Pokédex.
Project ItemDex logo.png This user is a member of Project ItemDex.

In-Game Info
065.png This user is a Psychic-type trainer.

Hi there! Welcome to my user page. :)

The Basics

Offline

I'm a college student majoring in Biology, and double-minoring in History and Chemistry, so if you have any basic questions about any of the subjects, I'd be more than happy to see if I can help. After I graduate, I plan on going to med school. Fortunately, that's still 3 years or so down the road, so I've still got some free time to lay around and play some video games.

I prefer Nintendo's systems over Microsoft's and Sony's, and my favorite series are Mario (specifically Paper Mario), Zelda, and the old Donkey Kong Country games on the SNES.

Online

I'm a large trivia enthusiast, and I often host rounds over IRC or other variants of chat rooms. In addition, I moderate on a couple small forums. I was referred to Bulbapedia by Happy Mask Man, and noticing that there were still lots of metaphorical holes that need to be filled, I joined up. I'm primarily a utility and maintenance editor, focusing on things such as correcting spelling and grammar, filling in information from the games, that kind of thing. If I make a mistake, please let me know (in a civil manner, of course.)

Pokémon

I'm a fan of the core games and dabbled in the Trading Card Game when it first came out, but when it starts getting into the offshoots like Hey You, Pikachu! I have to kind of step back and scratch my head. In the games, I almost exclusively train, as contests drive me nuts. I don't EV train or use any similar fancy techniques, but I do keep an eye on Natures a little bit. My favorite thing to do is come up with creative movesets. They're not necessarily competitive, but rest assured that you'll never have any idea what I've got on my darling little guys unless you battle me.