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Registration: 21/11/2019 (1 Year ago)
Game Time: 347:46 Hours
Total interactions: 79,535
Starter Pokémon: Charizard
(Slightly increased mega-able chance)
If only I can get the mons off of me so I can hatch more eggs
They charge for features that you can already do for free on here, like custom icons ($25, for the ability to use custom icons), changing your username is also free on some websites ($10 on Pokemon Eclipse this also occurs on Xbox Live), they even charge a huge amount of money just for Pokemon that they edited from a different website.
The Moderation is trash, they will even ban you just for mentioning PokeHeroes or PokeFarm, like Brick Hill they ban you without warning.
***cord is a private messaging site, which breaks the community guidelines:
That comment is very rude and deserves an alert
They also consider it gossiping. It is disrespectful to talk behind someone's back
They are to protect against harmful websites. Take Stylish for example - a popular browser extension that was found to contain spyware.
So you don't continue doing bad stuff on your main account
To be fair, it does have some good points, but with the amount of exaggeration and lack of reasoning on their points, I would take this website with a grain of salt.
What you might see as kid-friendly doesn't mean it actually is, and they are improving Scratch 3.0, like fixing bugs, the comment database (the article might have been written before that), the paint editor update… just check the announcements.
What can they do about generic platformers and the animations - this is what the community likes, which is why they would appear on the front page and trending a lot. But I do agree on the fact that the featured projects rows need some improvement
and 7. They removed the discuss button because it could lead to spam on the forums. The recently shared projects page was removed as they were unreviewed yet, meaning there was a greater chance for inappropriate projects to show up. The projects weren't interesting either. And suggestions aren't rejected for no reason, there is always a con to a suggestion, and if these cons overtake the pros, then there is a problem. The Scratch Team does stil
They say how the users behind something known as the “Crummy Scratchers Wiki”, were banned and how they were just helping to "improve users - like how we do" - well, what they do is more rotten than the websites they call rotten, so it is safe to assume that they were banned for good reason. Also, how do they think that the filter can detect context? It is common sense that it you should not tell people the exact name of the disallowed thing - you are just informing more people about the bad word.
Some scratchers left after 3.0, that is true. But some also left after 2.0. the taller blocks and more colorful approach was for easier use on smaller
They say how it started losing popularity and going downhill, when in fact the statistics indicate otherwise. Plagiarism and other issues didn't appear suddenly because of Scratch 3.0 - in fact, there are issues dating all the way back to 2007. Many of the currently broken projects were due to the use of hacked blocks, not because they wanted to. The website layout is inconsistent as it takes time to design pages - they are probably comparing it to how mods and browser extension develop faster than the website, but these mods might have like 25,000 users, while Scratch has more than 80,000,000
The moderation might seem like it is worse due to the large amount of people that joined Scratch being bored in quarantine. They might seem like “too sensitive” to immature teenagers, but Scratch is aimed for kids. And what is wrong with a project being taken down if they are reported enough times? Reporting indicates that there is something bad about
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