Uh. So. Yeah, I won that contest and everything. I'll be honest. I'm new here and still trying to figure out how the site works a bit. How do I PM people or whatever? You want me to just drop my email for ya here?
Yeah, I'm staying off entirely until something gets banned. Unrelated, but a Greninja ban seems to be looming over the horizon. Gunk Shot means Fairies can't counter it anymore (uninvested Timid can OHKO Assualt Vest Azumarill).
Those counters you listed are pretty bad in terms of overall viability, but that just goes to show how overpowered Mega Mence is :/. Rhyperior's probably the only thing that counters that isn't niche, and even then you're boned if Hydro Pump becomes a thing.
A ton of high-level players including Pokeaim (only on his YouTube channel, but still) were calling for the ban hammer before Haunter shut down any ban discussions (they tend to derail threads), but yeah this thing has like a week tops.
Hey Gray, I wanted to share the original link to Mega Garchomp licking Flygon's tears. I recommend uploading the full sized image with the source. http://vp.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=6129
Under those circumstances, your late replies are understandable. On the subject of HTTYD2; I personally liked the original more, and that all comes down to me favoring the atmosphere and character bonding scenes over the sequel. Though, that's not to say the sequel was devoid of those elements, I just enjoyed those aspects in the original more. Aside from that, I have two other gripes with the sequel; one of them being that the group of friends aside from Astrid were mostly pointless from a story telling standpoint. Sure, they fought a few dragons from Drago's first attack and distracted the Bewilderbeast for two minutes, but that's about it. My second gripe being that they didn't explain how Drago tamed the Bewilderbeast in the film. Different sources say that he abused and belittled since it was a hatchling; but once again, this was never explained in the film. Some argue that the subject matter would be too dark for their general audience, but I call bull since they managed to show two onscreen deaths and the aftermath some of the dragons suffered from being captured by Drago's traps. My only hope for this is that they explain this in the final film in the trilogy; like that little nod they gave to how Red Death "controlled" the dragons from the original. With that out of the way, I can still say that I enjoyed the film immensely.