2.73 - February 6th, 2013, 6:50 pm
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[Posted by Misteen on February 6th, 2013, 7:02 pm]

When a Sorrow is badly wounded painballs can't fail. That's why they're called painballs (。・_・。)/

I received a lot of comments about whether Ren would/should be caught or not, both here and on deviantart, thank you so much!!

But in the end he was caught.......(>_<)
Emh, sorry people who wanted to keep him. However Rica and Ren's encounter will have some effects later.

It's 2 am, I'm slightly late >_<. Today I had my first day off in a looong while and I spent it watching anime...(*ノωノ) So I ended up working later....aarh...

>Groudonkid: no pro, just don't quarrel with people who don't know things XD don't need the email, thank you anyway.



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I love it [Posted by Silver (Guest) on February 6th, 2013, 7:26 pm]

this is a great comic just love it X3

she looks real sad catching him and is that pokeball still wigleing? 0.o



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[Posted by Silvemoon123 on February 6th, 2013, 11:55 pm]

AWWWWWWWW.... Wait. is a human aloud to have a genrals mark?? >.> anyway first thing too do is to fav it then bookmark.



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[Posted by Silvemoon123 on February 7th, 2013, 12:02 am]

@Silver: yup it is. well i think theres the uh... wiggling line :)



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[Posted by Groudonkid (Guest) on February 7th, 2013, 10:14 pm]

You just depicted the scene of one of my worst nightmares... It's not easy being a pokemon. T.T
I'll write you your explanation as soon as I have more time. I also wanted to post a question now while I can, Does the transformation into a sorrow ever cost the infected some of their powers? For example, would a ghost type lose their ability to possess other organisms and phase through objects, due to their combination with human dna providing them with a more solid physical form?
PS. I think the ball is just rolling from the fall.



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Double infection explanation [Posted by Groudonkid (Guest) on February 8th, 2013, 8:23 pm]

The human body has natural "tags" that line the outsides of its cells, these are what identify the cells as "self" and thus prevent the immune cells from killing of the body's own cells.
Since the sorrow virus (Or infection, I forgot if you specified.) reconfigures the host's dna, one of the first things it has to do is to cause the immune system ot recognize the mutated cells (cells infected or changed by the virus) as self. In order to prevent the body counteracting the transformation before it can even begin.
This would mean that if two seperate strains (different pokemon) of sorrow virus were introduced into the same host, since the two strains contain different codes of dna and therefore different "self-flags", the body wouldn't be able to recognize both at the same time and three scenarios are likely to happen.
1: The most probable outcome would be that one of the strains would gain a foothold over the other (through faster replication, specific area infected area, etc.) causing it to be recognized as self and the cells infected with the other (weaker) strain would be identified as non-self and destroyed.
2: The two strains could begin "warring for control" over the host, meaning that the body wouldn't be able to recognize either as self and would simply kill all infected cells, leading to over-taxation of the immune system and eventual death.
3: The most unlikely outcome would be that the inability of the body to recognize either strain as self would actually allow it to stave of the infection and thus survive as its natural state.
Anyone who has any questions, please ask. I'll answer to the best of my ability.


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