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Chaos Emperor
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Aug 25, 1988 (Age: 30)

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Chaos Emperor

................, Male, 30

Chaos Emperor was last seen:
Jun 25, 2019 at 3:55 AM
    1. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      hi, how are you?
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      2. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        Jun 16, 2019
      3. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        She looks closer to Olivia than mallow age wise IMO.

        Cool. I’ll have To check that list sometime. :)
        Jun 16, 2019
      4. Pokegirl Fan~
        Jun 16, 2019
    2. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      Hello there, how are you?^^
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      2. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        Ok then.
        Feb 26, 2019
      3. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        Yeah ^^
        Feb 26, 2019
      4. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        Pokemon sword and shield confirmed! :D
        Feb 27, 2019
    3. Pokemon Whisperer Natural Harmonia Gropius
      Pokemon Whisperer Natural Harmonia Gropius
      Hey dude. We haven't talked in a while. What are you up to? :D
      1. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        Not much. How about u?
        Sep 4, 2018
    4. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      Hello there, how are you?
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      2. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        Maybe as a battling partner? ^^
        Jul 13, 2018
      3. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        Nah, more like u run into her somewhere and asks for a battle and her teams like lv 70-75. Then after the fight compares u to the player in alola.

        As for gladion and lusamine, I would imagine gladion working in the ather foundation full time(coincidentally being the gen 8 region branch) and lusamine trying to atone for what she did in gen 7 and all the stress that put on lillie and gladion.
        Jul 13, 2018
      4. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        I see ^^
        Cool.
        I gotta go bye ^^
        Jul 13, 2018
    5. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      Hello there ^^
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      2. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        Maybe I will later ^^
        Jun 18, 2018
      3. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        That’s good. :3
        Jun 18, 2018
      4. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        Yeah ^^
        Jun 18, 2018
    6. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      I'm ok. You?
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      2. Pokegirl Fan~
        Pokegirl Fan~
        Mikoto Uchiha, from Naruto
        Jun 11, 2018
      3. Chaos Emperor
        Chaos Emperor
        I don’t watch that. ._.
        Jun 11, 2018
      4. Pokegirl Fan~
        Jun 11, 2018
    7. Pokegirl Fan~
    8. Pokegirl Fan~
    9. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      I'm used to the layout because it's similar to Bulbagarden's
    10. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      I see. This new default skin is hard on my eyes
    11. Pokegirl Fan~
      Pokegirl Fan~
      I'm alright. How are you?
    12. Pokegirl Fan~
    13. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      Well, the brain works like that, it changes itself, so if you've been a certain way for a while... That's how it was with me and anxiety; I had to work to get out of that state. The good news is, those kinds of states aren't permanent. Really? I think that's one reason why machines can be so dangerous. They have no feelings, no compassion or moral judgment. And because we can use them at a distance, we can feel removed from whatever destruction we're causing.
    14. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      I didn't expect you to just jump right in; these things have to be taken slowly. My perspective on punishment is that it should be corrective, as much for the sake of the person who committed the crime as anyone else. I don't believe in punishment because it's "deserved." Who does that really help? Maybe it makes the victim's family feel better, but... It also hurts the perpetrator's family. And I wonder if that kind of revenge doesn't usually cause some kind of hurt in the people who took it, some kind of spiritual damage? In any case, rehabilitation is much more effective at reducing recitivism rates than pure punishment. I mean, when you don't give someone help to do better... And I think this idea that someone can be bad and deserve bad things often does more harm than good. It makes me think of Bojack Horseman. Bojack is selfish, constantly hurting the people around him; he tries to do better, but he always fails. And I think that part of the reason for that is that he doesn't expect anything better of himself, he thinks he's a bad person and he can't change. The fourth season did end more optimistically... But anyway, as for My Name Is Earl... I'm familiar with it, but I haven't seen much of it. Isn't one of the points, though, that Earl himself benefits from trying to fix his mistakes? Like, his life is enriched by the people he helps? So it's almost like... it was good for him, too, that he had his accident, because otherwise, he wouldn't have started to turn things around. Of course, redemption isn't easy, and there are a lot of hard feelings to face... but in the end, it's better to face them, because ignoring them doesn't make them go away. Oh, yeah, I wouldn't track her down, either. I mean, you could say something if you just happened to run into her, but...
    15. Pokemon Whisperer Natural Harmonia Gropius
    16. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      That's ok! Well, the important thing is to not let it hold you back anymore; that sounds like great progress! That makes me wonder, what does forgiveness mean to you? Because I don't define it as an excuse, rather, just... sympathizing with the person you were at the time, and not being angry at yourself anymore. See, from my perspective, it's easy to forgive mistakes that were made with good intentions. It's not about pretending that it wasn't a bad thing, more like not thinking of yourself as a terrible person for having done it. I wonder how you would feel about the manga/movie A Silent Voice? Haven't seen the movie, but I really enjoyed the manga. It's about a former bully who's dealing with a lot of guilt and self-hatred, and he tries to reconnect with the person he bullied to make ammends.

      Well... I don't think of that as "evil." You didn't choose to be feel anger and hate, right? It's coming from somewhere. I don't think of feelings as good or bad outside of their effects. I mean, anger is a natural response that prompts us to look out for ourselves, it's telling you something. It's not good for you when it's causing you so many problems, but it's just a haywire response; it doesn't make you bad. I think maybe it would help if you came up with a plan to prevent yourself from hurting others if you ever ended up in that situation? Like, talking to a superior about it, or... I dunno, just having someone to talk to about it, to feel responsible to? I dunno, I feel like the best way to deal with that kind of anxiety is to do what you can about it, then try to let it go.
    17. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      So you don't think you're beyond redemption, then. As for me, I believe "redemption" is... Let me put it this way: I don't believe in making up for bad deeds-- things that are wrong are wrong because they hurt us, so those behaviors should be corrected. But all people have equal worth, and so it's just as bad for the person who did it to suffer for it. Yes, it might be awkward. Yes, she might not be happy to see you. And then? It would be over. You'd probably think about it for a while, but ultimately, life goes on. It'd be the same for her. Things fade with time. If you want to avoid getting hurt... You're already hurting yourself with that fear. This is one thing I learned-- that I was doubling my suffering by worrying. Like, the worry was its own burden. I do think that worry can help you prepare, both practically and emotionally (I think that's why my dad's death wasn't as hard on me as it might have been); it might help if you could try to imagine it, come up with a plan for what you'd want to say and do. And then let it go. What I started telling myself was, "I'll deal with that if and when it happens; there's no point in making myself miserable now. If it doesn't happen, all this worry will have been for nothing." And it wasn't as easy as that at first-- the compulsion to obsess was still strong. Sometimes it still is. But when I catch myself doing that, I just keep cutting it off with that line, distract myself, do things to make myself feel better.
    18. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      I think that's something you'd have to figure out. I'm just saying, there's a reason for everything. Kids have all kinds of emotional needs, guys no less than girls. I understand the impulse behind stalking, at least, becoming so centered on one person that you can't stand the idea of rejection... When you're obsessed (which is often the case with romantic feelings), thinking about that person becomes a part of you; it's easy to lose perspective. I'm still kinda hung up on the person I like. The reason I hold back is that I think anything else would be counter-productive; if I thought stalking would work...

      Ok, so you keep it at the back of your mind. That doesn't mean you have to keep beating yourself up over it. In fact... I don't think you really have to keep it in mind even, to remember. We naturally remember negative experiences more strongly than positive ones for that very reason-- so we don't make the same mistake again. When we start to enter a situation similar to a negative one from the past, those feelings pop up, and we naturally try to avoid it. I get the impression that you don't trust yourself to have self-control if you ever had those kinds of feelings again. Does that sound accurate?

      It's true that we haven't reallly been able to keep up with technology.

      Well, there you go. Why should you see Vader as a victim, but yourself as a villain?
    19. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      The way I look at your situation from high school, though... the person who suffered the most from it is you. I mean, so you stalked a girl. That ended up being humiliating for you, and... She probably doesn't even think about it anymore. There was definitely a reason why it escalated to that point for you. I can't tell you what it is, but there's always a reason; people don't develop in a vacuum, our actions don't come out of nowhere. Maybe you didn't feel like you had that adult you could talk to, or maybe you became emotionally dependent on that girl because you didn't have much else to rely on. That's all sympathetic. You didn't do it because you're bad or because you wanted to hurt someone, it came out of your own emotional needs and insecurities. Honestly, I kind of feel like the school should've had you in counseling then. And you're definitely not the only person to do that, either. Looking at it from a consequentialist point of view... who does it help if you're so down on yourself? It doesn't fix anything. I mean... I think of people who do really terrible things to others, intentionally, and feel no guilt whatsoever. Like, stalking is a problem in Japan, and the men who do it tend to think that the women they're doing it to belong to them. Like, that's not even an accusation, they straight-up say it like that, and they have trouble seeing the problem with it. It has to do with cultural views of women and relationships, but... My point is, guilt doesn't necessarily reflect reality; some people tear themselves up over small things, while others don't care at all about the really big things.
    20. Hakajin
      Hakajin
      Yeah, I guess... I dunno, though, I feel like face-to-face interactions are over-rated. Not that they're not important, but I think the face-to-face interaction is generally secondary to talking. As long as you're still encountering people at work and stuff, anyway.

      I know that's how you think of it, but... If you get to where you want to be, why not start focusing on things you enjoy? Even if it's just video games or TV, it's something. Well, that's good, then-- if you feel sympathy for Vader, and you think you're like him, then I think you can sympathize with where you were at that time. Its mostly a matter of stepping back from yourself, looking at yourself from a different perspective. If you couldn't connect the dots, then you couldn't; that's not the same as if you'd just ignored them. Even at that... sometimes you know things without really believing them. Like, you can't help the feeling that it'll work out if you just try hard enough, and you don't want to regret not trying, so...
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Aug 25, 1988 (Age: 30)
    Favourite Pokémon:
    Charmander
    Nintendo Network ID:
    kMacOS11
    Nintendo 3DS Friend Code:
    0276-1358-0993