One of the mice that left early.I hate to be say that I was one of the first to see the leak in the hull, and decide to consider the ship known as PKMNation as unsafe and unreliable. But I was. I wasn’t banned, wasn’t pushed. I just saw the place go to hell. And what do you know, it’s still slipping down there into the fires of arrogance, powerplay and power-hunger. The group once happy and full of event life, joy, fun. Is now a dictatorship, led by a select amount of people who just make rules to make themselves feel better, but cast away any needs and wants of their members. Way to screw over a fanbase, Way to screw over a place where a fandom came together.One of the mice that left early. by XiaPhearix
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My reason I’m finally clearing my mind over this forsaken group, is because it touched something more dear to me now. An other group, Pokemon-Reign, composed of admins and mods, which all believe that they’ll go right where you guys went wrong. And as far as it goes, these queens won’t have to do much to surpass you
In Light of Recent Events: Hey guys! Dun here, and I want to clear up some of the questions that have been floating around concerning relations between PKMNation and Pokemon-Reign. I'm writing this in my personal journal, as while this concerns Reign policy, I am taking it upon myself to explain and have some personal contentions to bring up, and am wholly responsible for any repercussions Nations may initiate.In Light of Recent Events: by Dunrosiel
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As those of you in Reign are aware, many of us have broken off from Nations to create and play in Reign. It was never our intent to pick one over the other, Reign existed to give us a more story oriented world to play in, rather than the breeding farm Nations has slowly turned into for many of us.
We wanted to maintain amicable relations, affiliate, and most of the mod team would've remained active in both groups once Reign's hectic creation period is over.
However, with questions piling up about how we would be handling tran