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He is very protective of young Pokemon, often acting as a father-figure, older brother, and even teacher. Xael is most notably shiny, with a golden coat and sparkling fur.
He is a surprisingly large Luxray, even for his breed. Standing at 5' 01" on all fours and weighing in at The consequences of combat show on his body, riddled with scars hidden beneath the lowest layers of his fur, as well as a rounded chip out of his right ear.
Most notable of his battle-wear is his missing left eye, sealed shut over with scars. As with most Luxray, the "whites" of his eye are a deep red. Uniquely, his iris is a brilliant amethyst color. The star-shaped tuft at the end of his tailas well as the rings on his forelegs glow with electricity when demonstrating his power.
Kind-hearted and disdainful of combat, Xael never wanted to fight. While Xael seems impossibly exemplary for a wild Pokemon, this is not the case--bred and raised in captivity, he was engineered from conception to be a powerhouse in human competitions.
While the genes of his physical attributes were carefully measured, his Shininess was not predicted. Upon hatching and brief testing, he was almost immediately listed for sale to the highest bidder, coveted as both a trophy and a prospective competitor.
He was quickly purchased, and by the means of greed, Xael was separated from his mother far before he was weaned off her milk. The man who purchased Xael was a decorated competitor, though his methods were extreme, unknown to the media. Though the man initially bottle-fed the young Xael, as soon as his legs were strong enough to support his own weight, then-Shinx Xael was made to wear heavy braces for strength and endurance training.
Playtime was something foreign and forbidden--there was only the regiment and the diet. In practice he gained swift success on the battlefield, but at the cost of having virtually no childhood, stunting his social growth. Failure was met with punishment, and refusal was even more severe. The only praise that he received was given upon victory. Under this intense training regime, Xael quickly grew into a behemoth of a Luxray and cracked down on the competition to achieve many awards and accolades, until the day he took the critical injury that cost him his eye.
In the semi-finals, the Luxray was bested in combat by a black-and-blue Charizard with claws like knives, slicing into his eye and losing the match for his master.
Infuriated by this loss so far from the title and disdainful of his net loss of profits from investing into the Luxray, Xael was given minimal time in the Pokemon Center before he was taken out to the woods for his direct punishment. The cruel man vented his frustration on the wounded and half-blinded Luxray, beating the loyal Pokemon with his bare fists and steel-toed boots.Or browse results titled :. Streaming and Download help. Report this album or account.
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Six sharp minds, and six very different answers here. One guiding factor is those taking a chance on improving or recovering teams and those who think the market principles look too strong to oppose.
For NickOne guiding factor is those taking a chance on improving or recovering teams and those who think the market principles look too strong to oppose. Nick Goff: It may lack a bit of imagination to tip the favourite but the New England Patriots are the best team, in a very weak division, and if Tom Brady stays healthy they are very likely to be appearing in another Super Bowl.XaeL - I'MPossible (Original Mix)
They have a young improving defence and will start the season with their big four offensive weapons on the field for the first time in more than a year. The Packers were unfortunate to meet a juggernaut Falcons team last year, and I think their defence will improve enough this year to get them over the hump. There was a reasonable amount of consensus on this one with the Tennessee Titans getting a lot of love from the panel, although there is a pretty bold shout from Brad and a very bold shout from Jesse in amongst them.
Nick Goff: The Tennessee Titans have a huge chance to win their division and return to the playoffs for the first time since 2008. We also like Cincinnati at Betting Emporium. This is a team that dealt with a slew of injuries a season ago along with blowing a ton of late leads. The expected improvement of Tennessee QB Marcus Mariota is one of the main reasons many of our experts fancy a decent season out of the Titans.
If the regress to the mean in games decided by seven points or less (went 1-8) last year, they should challenge for the NFC East title. Quarterback Wentz should also improve in his second season and enjoy the protection of Lane Johnson at left tackle for a full season.
Johnson was suspended ten games last year, and without him Wentz posted a 48. Jesse May: I think Head Coaches are generally underrated in the scheme of ratings and modelling.
So we asked everyone what advice they would give to someone first getting started and we found some very solid adviceJesse May: Welcome to a new league of Bad Beats. Imagine the worst sports betting bad beat you have ever taken, and then prepare yourself to get punishment and pain of a level 10 times that. But, on a more serious note, this is a betting gig with a very marginal edge. Stake in a manner that accepts that there will be a lot of variance in your results.
Also betting based on what you saw last is a terrible idea. Jesse May: For sure. The opposite is in fact more true. Todd Furhman: The biggest mistake new NFL bettors can make is falling in love with what they saw last.