Epilogue: It did have a virus, and much joy were had.
is it the pokerus?
The comment I made wasn't too related to the actual comic, but yes, that's what I referred to.
Awesome win :D
Haha, this is exactly what I thought happened when I first started playing. I thought you could only catch six Pokémon and then any others would be lost forever.
Ponyta is the only shiny I caught, but lost. Game crashed.
And to make it worse, Ponta is one of the few good looking shinys.
I laughed out loud. I know that's a common abbreviation abused to the point of being meaningless, but I was gasping for breath for a full half minute.
When I started playing Pokemon when I was 7 I thought that if I put it in Someone's PC that means someone else could pull it out and I would lose it.
The scary thing about this comic for me is that the only time i've gotten the pokerus legitimally was on a ponyta.
Lol, I get it!
I bet it was a trojan horse.
I showed this to my dad and he laughed at it and he HARDLY knows what pokemon is
I don't think we'll ever figure out who "Someone" is
@Freezie14: "Someone" = PC storage guys.
@Freezie14: Someone Gen I: Bill
Someone Gen II: Bill
Someone Gen III: Lanette
Someone Gen IV: Bebe
Someone Gen V: Amanita
Do you know now?
After seven years of relentless mental upset, I now understand the strange phenomena of when that little PkRS icon appeared on my Blaziken one day. It was late at night when I was playing, and I had already begun my A-mash sequence when talking to Nurse Joy. By time I realized she was saying something other than the usual ramble, it was too late. It never occured to me what it was, but I quickly learned its infectious properties: I was big on changing my pokemon team frequently, so within a matter of weeks nearly half of my owned pokemon were infected. Within that week, however, someone decided to play a cruel, sick joke by pulling out my cartridge mid-gameplay, destroying all chances of digging deeper into the mystery (as well as my 101 hours of gameplay)...it's sad that I remember this still, yes, and that it traumatized me so, but now one of the many lingering, unanswered questions in my mind have been put to rest.
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