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My own messages will be signed as Butterfree, with the Admin label below my name. If someone signs as Butterfree without that label, it's probably not me.


I don't ship at all.

[19/07/2016 03:02:49]

Commenting on: 04-02-16

Just curious, for anyone who is reading this, who do you guys ship ash with?

For me, its Pearlshipping :p

[18/07/2016 04:14:48]



See you soon! Can't wait for it :)

[15/07/2016 17:38:30]

Website: The Cave of Dragonflies
Commenting on: 04-02-16

Not quite - still finishing up the Python port. I'm in the final stretch, though.

[15/07/2016 01:25:25]

Commenting on: 04-02-16

You back yet?


[14/07/2016 07:11:53]


There is too much Togetic in the What Pokémon Are You test. I demand a refund.

[14/07/2016 05:01:35]


Hi Butterfree :) And everyone else who posts here. I just read about the newest April fools joke on the site and it was funny to me xD also, i mensioned tcod as a site i like on my friend's forum :)

[01/07/2016 10:50:16]

It is I, Mewtwo The Great!

What email?

[01/07/2016 06:40:12]


oh my god don't click my email please

[29/06/2016 19:02:38]


I can't believe this site is still here
I've been using it since I was a kid, like in 2009 or 2010

[29/06/2016 19:01:36]


Thank you for making this site.

[25/06/2016 05:00:12]


I love linguistics, so reading the marquee of doom was quite a delight (aside the Sapphire box transcript, that is) ^^


[24/06/2016 18:50:21]

Website: The Cave of Dragonflies

Same reason you need an e-mail address on almost every place on the internet where you can make an account: it makes it harder for spammers and trolls to create duplicate accounts to spam or evade bans, and it makes it possible to have features like password recovery.

If you need an e-mail address, you can simply make one; there are lots of sites where you can sign up for a free e-mail account, such as Gmail (Google's free e-mail service).

[21/05/2016 06:44:15]


Why do you need an Email address to register on the forum?

[21/05/2016 02:42:41]

Website: The Cave of Dragonflies

I'm always kind of impressed when spammers manage to make it past the Pokémon verification. They're probably using Mechanical Turk or something.

[17/05/2016 14:26:11]



[17/05/2016 03:08:59]


The error on the TQftL forum with posts not being deleted has fixed itself.

[13/05/2016 15:06:59]


Why do i need an email address to register on the forum?

[12/05/2016 03:20:26]


It would appear that the Zygarde distribution actually overlaps the Reign of Zygarde. I consider this to be further evidence that Butterfree is really Satoshi Tajiri. ;\

[07/05/2016 11:24:31]

Website: The Cave of Dragonflies

The device you're using probably didn't exist, or was not in wide use, at the time I made the Clue Game! A lot has changed in a decade.

I'm not entirely convinced the rise of mobile means using source comments for internet puzzle games is no longer kosher at all; some games just are best played on traditional computers for various reasons, and one such reason could be that they offer more subtle forms of exploration and interaction to the user. That being said, for my Clue Game there's not really much reason for the source hints to be in the source - the introduction tells you about viewing the source, and the source hints are always in the same obvious place for technical reasons, so all being in the source functionally does for them is hide them until the player expressly decides to look at them - so I might as well do them differently to make the game more accessible. I'm going to have to redo the mechanics of the Clue Game for the Python port anyway; maybe I'll throw in this change, too. (And possibly remake the game, because some of the clues are kind of impossibly obtuse - note to self, references to specific updates from 2006 do not age well.)

Thanks for the feedback!

[22/04/2016 12:49:31]

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