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did he died

Conker
Blocked
1 year ago

ippiki_ookami said:
did he died

the flame is out so yes

*gasp*

NOOOOO!!!

Corrupt said:
NOOOOO!!!

Your picture just made me laugh so much, considering what you commented on.

Charmander died because:

A) Fell in, putting out its flame.
B) Somehow it managed to drown do to random circumstances.
C) Someone killed it first and put it there.

poor charmander ;A; but the picture is very well done! ;A;

Wonder what he drops for loot.

A_Silvermane said:
Wonder what he drops for loot.

Faved because of this comment.

Conker said:
the flame is out so yes

It is mentioned in the canon that the flame is like a gauge of it's life, showing you how healthy it is. By putting the flame out, it's like cutting your hair, no harm really done, it'll re-light.

However, when it dies, flame goes out, and considering that it's internal heat will melt most medical equipment, it's important to keep the flame in a stable spot to see if it's still alive.

Conker
Blocked
1 year ago

Daneasaur said:
It is mentioned in the canon that the flame is like a gauge of it's life, showing you how healthy it is. By putting the flame out, it's like cutting your hair, no harm really done, it'll re-light.

However, when it dies, flame goes out, and considering that it's internal heat will melt most medical equipment, it's important to keep the flame in a stable spot to see if it's still alive.

There was a early ep of the first season of pokemon where it was said if the flame goes out it will die and ash had to rush him to a cave to avoid the rain....

lyux
Member
1 year ago

Beautifully sad drawing...

Conker said:
There was a early ep of the first season of pokemon where it was said if the flame goes out it will die and ash had to rush him to a cave to avoid the rain....

@Conker

and the episode are made by 4 kids...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFgfPAcYWT8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f3F8sKP2Yg

and they are too many flaw in the game itself and episode...making daneasaur theory mostly right

I think they was a episode where the charmander did lost his tailflame fire...all it did was losing his ability to use firetype base move...lol (may be totally wrong! Unable to find source as well)

Conker
Blocked
1 year ago

Ninjamander said:
@Conker

and the episode are made by 4 kids...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFgfPAcYWT8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3f3F8sKP2Yg

and they are too many flaw in the game itself and episode...making daneasaur theory mostly right

I think they was a episode where the charmander did lost his tailflame fire...all it did was losing his ability to use firetype base move...lol (may be totally wrong! Unable to find source as well)

Well the problem he had first season that ep was said he die from someone or the pokedex ._. and when the flame got lower the pokemon got in a weak faint like state

Harrs5 said:
Your picture just made me laugh so much, considering what you commented on.

thats quite unsensitive