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29th Jun '16 8:30:52 PM SgtFrog1
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Bizarrely, as erudite as Regigigas can be, it experiences bouts of Dementia-like symptoms whenever it is brought out of any sort of stasis (sleep, Pokeball, etc.) It exhibits greatly altered speech patterns, such as speaking in riddles, shifting to long dead languages and back, slowed or nonsensical speech akin to binary, [[https://youtu.be/2w0YsaXJG-g extreme severe stuttering]], and strange diction. Furthermore, it experiences severe lapses in memory and awareness, often forgetting names and constantly asking what the time and years is. This state also affects its physical capabilities as well.

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Bizarrely, as erudite as Regigigas can be, it experiences bouts of Dementia-like symptoms whenever it is brought out of any sort of stasis (sleep, Pokeball, etc.) It exhibits greatly altered speech patterns, such as speaking in riddles, shifting to long dead languages and back, slowed or nonsensical speech akin to binary, [[https://youtu.be/2w0YsaXJG-g extreme extremely severe stuttering]], and strange diction. Furthermore, it experiences severe lapses in memory and awareness, often forgetting names and constantly asking what the time and years is. This state also affects its physical capabilities as well.
29th Jun '16 8:29:55 PM SgtFrog1
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Bizarrely, as erudite as Regigigas can be, it experiences bouts of Dementia-like symptoms whenever it is brought out of any sort of stasis (sleep, Pokeball, etc.) It exhibits greatly altered speech patterns, such as speaking in riddles, shifting to long dead languages and back, slowed or nonsensical speech akin to binary, and strange diction. Furthermore, it experiences severe lapses in memory and awareness, often forgetting names and constantly asking what the time and years is. This state also affects its physical capabilities as well.

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Bizarrely, as erudite as Regigigas can be, it experiences bouts of Dementia-like symptoms whenever it is brought out of any sort of stasis (sleep, Pokeball, etc.) It exhibits greatly altered speech patterns, such as speaking in riddles, shifting to long dead languages and back, slowed or nonsensical speech akin to binary, [[https://youtu.be/2w0YsaXJG-g extreme severe stuttering]], and strange diction. Furthermore, it experiences severe lapses in memory and awareness, often forgetting names and constantly asking what the time and years is. This state also affects its physical capabilities as well.
4th Jan '16 3:31:17 AM Assassin
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Regigigas is massive humanoid creature standing at 12' 02'' (3.7 m) tall. Its body is primarily white with strange geometric lines running across its body, similar to the markings found on the Greater Hoenn Trio. Its head is dome-like with a sloping section that tapers down into its torso. Its arms are quite long, extending well past the waist and reaching nearly to its ankles. Its hands, hidden slightly by large rings surrounding its wrists, have three digits which exhibit a degree of dexterity and strength far above the lesser Regis.
Regigigas’ head, along with the rings on its shoulders and arms, are covered with a brilliant golden hide. This hide is nearly as tough as the ones found on Steel-type Pokémon, but Regigigas is not considered such since there is no actual metal on its body. On its chest are a set of three gemstones, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking two rubies, two sapphires, and two gray quartzes.]] It’s unknown whether these gems are simply decorations or are actually the creature's eyes. Its legs are very sturdy; they are easily able to support its top heavy body. With them, Regigigas walks with thundering steps, slowly but not so much where it becomes a liability. On its face, like the other Regis, are a set of seven dots with four of them forming a diamond shape, while the other three form a line on its chest. Unlike the other Regis, this mark is not some sort of universal symbol, though it resembles the Ancient Sinnohan word for "king".

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Regigigas is massive humanoid creature standing at 12' 02'' (3.7 m) tall.

Its body is primarily white with strange geometric lines running across its body, similar to the markings found on the Greater Hoenn Trio. Its head is dome-like with a sloping section that tapers down into its torso. Its arms are quite long, extending well past the waist and reaching nearly to its ankles. Its hands, hidden slightly by large rings surrounding its wrists, have three digits which exhibit a degree of dexterity and strength far above the lesser Regis. \n

Regigigas’ head, along with the rings on its shoulders and arms, are covered with a brilliant golden hide. This hide is nearly as tough as the ones found on Steel-type Pokémon, but Regigigas is not considered such since there is no actual metal on its body. On its chest are a set of three gemstones, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking two rubies, two sapphires, and two gray quartzes.]] It’s unknown whether these gems are simply decorations or are actually the creature's eyes. Its legs are very sturdy; they are easily able to support its top heavy body. With them, Regigigas walks with thundering steps, slowly but not so much where it becomes a liability.

On its face, like the other Regis, are a set of seven dots with four of them forming a diamond shape, while the other three form a line on its chest. Unlike the other Regis, this mark is not some sort of universal symbol, though it resembles the Ancient Sinnohan word for "king".



Gigant Arceusists believe that Arceus was born at the center of the universe, where it created the raw cosmos with the help of its first creations Dialga and Palkia. Regigigas was one of Arceus' many envoys used to tame the wild universe. It took pure, shapeless, ether and personally forged it into the Earth. It filled the seas, raised the mountains, and created all living things. The three Regis were its purest creations, living embodiments of this planet's most basic components. Because of this Gigant Arceusists consider Regigigas to be the one true god and ruler of this planet. To worship Regigigas is to worship the Holy Creation of Arceus.

Coronet Arceusists, on the other hand, believe that Arceus created the Universe from its throne on Mt. Coronet, with its first three children, Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina at its side. Arceus first created the Sinnoh region, then the Earth, then the vast cosmos themselves, and finally all the Humans and Pokemon that would reside within it. Regigigas, while a powerful and very divine being, was simply Arceus’ servant and architect. Endowed with the “Spark of Life”, and tasked with pulling the continents in place with giant ropes, wading through the empty seas and trudging through the barren lands bringing life to wherever it went, in the process. All in order to build a suitable home for the humans and Pokemon that would come live on it. The lesser Regis were Regigigas’ attempts at mimicking the Holy Creation, instead of pure elemental avatars. Though they were powerful and wise, they were ultimately outside the Holy Creation. Arceus, in its infinite mercy, allowed them to live and walk among its own creations. At first, Humans revered Regigigas and his noble children, worshipping them as Gods and basing their society on what they learned from them. With their patronage, the Empires of Man became a great and powerful force. However, [[AndManGrewProud Man grew proud]] and enslaved their Gods, turning them into fearsome weapons. Then Man declared war on all Pokemon, to secure their place as the rulers of the world once and for all. The ensuing bloodshed was called the Great Pokemon War in Arceusist texts. It is said that the carnage raged on for hundreds of years, taking countless lives. The war did not end without the intervention of The Original One itself. It was then the legendary Pact of Arceus was created. Where Humans were to respect and care for Pokemon, and in exchange Pokemon would always be there to help and fight for mankind. After the war was over, Regigigas went into seclusion, ashamed that its children were used to commit such horrible atrocities. The Regis themselves, were said to have followed their father. Though some versions have it that the Lesser Regis were sealed away by humans who wanted to forget the terrible things they did in the war.

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Gigant Arceusists believe that Arceus was born at the center of the universe, where it created the raw cosmos with the help of its first creations Dialga and Palkia. Regigigas was one of Arceus' many envoys used to tame the wild universe. It took pure, shapeless, shapeless ether and personally forged it into the Earth. It filled the seas, raised the mountains, and created all living things. The three Regis were its purest creations, living embodiments of this planet's most basic components. Because of this this, Gigant Arceusists consider Regigigas to be the one true god and ruler of this planet. To worship Regigigas is to worship the Holy Creation of Arceus.

Coronet Arceusists, on the other hand, believe that Arceus created the Universe from its throne on Mt. Coronet, with its first three children, Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina at its side. Arceus first created the Sinnoh region, then the Earth, then the vast cosmos themselves, and finally all the Humans and Pokemon that would reside within it. Regigigas, while a powerful and very divine being, was simply Arceus’ servant and architect. Endowed with the “Spark of Life”, and tasked with pulling the continents in place with giant ropes, wading through the empty seas and trudging through the barren lands bringing life to wherever it went, in the process. All in order to build a suitable home for the humans and Pokemon that would come live on it. The lesser Regis were Regigigas’ attempts at mimicking the Holy Creation, instead of pure elemental avatars. Though they were powerful and wise, they were ultimately outside the Holy Creation. Arceus, in its infinite mercy, allowed them to live and walk among its own creations.

At first, Humans revered Regigigas and his noble children, worshipping worshiping them as Gods and basing their society on what they learned from them. With their patronage, the Empires of Man became a great and powerful force. However, [[AndManGrewProud Man grew proud]] and enslaved their Gods, turning them into fearsome weapons. Then Man declared war on all Pokemon, to secure their place as the rulers of the world once and for all. The ensuing bloodshed was called the Great Pokemon War in Arceusist texts. It is said that the carnage raged on for hundreds of years, taking countless lives. The war did not end without the intervention of The Original One itself. It was then the legendary Pact of Arceus was created. Where Humans were to respect and care for Pokemon, and in exchange Pokemon would always be there to help and fight for mankind. After the war was over, Regigigas went into seclusion, ashamed that its children were used to commit such horrible atrocities. The Regis themselves, were said to have followed their father. Though some versions have it that the Lesser Regis were sealed away by humans who wanted to forget the terrible things they did in the war.



Regigigas’ most obvious, and by far its most famous trait, is its titanic strength. Regigigas has been shown to be able to lift hundreds of tons, crush reinforced concrete with its bare hands, and punch through the 3-feet thick steel-plating with ease.

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Regigigas’ most obvious, and by far its most famous trait, is its titanic strength. Regigigas has been shown to be able to lift hundreds of tons, crush reinforced concrete with its bare hands, and punch through the 3-feet thick steel-plating with ease.
ease. Its strength was so revered that one of its prevailing myths points to it towing the continents with a simple rope.



Again unlike the robotic lesser Regis, Regigigas is a completely sentient being, fully capable of speech and complex thought. While it does not have a mouth to speak in the conventional sense, Regigigas can communicate like several other Legendary Pokémon. By psychically vibrating air particles, it can mimic the sounds of human speech. The result is a sophisticated psychic voice in a deep bass, with a strange echoing, almost mechanical sounding filter, and a slight northern Sinnoh accent. It speaks with archaic diction, laced with the type of intelligence that give the modern speaker the impression that they are speaking with a being of unparalleled wisdom [[TimeAbyss accumulated over unfathomable eons.]]

Bizarrely, as erudite as Regigigas can be, it experiences bouts of Dementia-like symptoms whenever it is brought out of any sort of stasis (sleep, Pokeball, etc.) It exhibits greatly altered speech patterns, such as speaking in riddles, shifting to long dead languages and back, slowed or nonsensical speech, and strange diction. Furthermore, it experiences severe lapses in memory and awareness, often forgetting names and constantly asking what the time and years is. This state also affects its physical capabilities as well. During this state, dubbed Slow Start, Regigigas’ movements become very sluggish and awkward. Its gait becomes clumsy, and its massive strength is greatly reduced. This is most obvious in combat, where it operates at approximately half its full power while in Slow Start. Fortunately, the Slow Start state is temporary, lasting anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes before regaining lucidity, and in battle, it gains a sudden burst in strength and agility. However, these symptoms always appear after Regigigas has been put into any kind of stasis, no matter how short the duration. For example, if Regigigas was placed into its Pokeball while lucid, then immediately brought back out, the effects of Slow Start would appear as normal. Furthermore the length of time Regigigas was put into stasis has no effect on the time it takes for Slow Start to wear off. In a bout of lucidity, Regigigas was asked what exactly Slow Start was and why it occurs, Regigigas became very evasive and refused to answer the question, becoming rather incensed when pressed. The prevailing theory is that Slow Start is some sort of mental block imposed on Regigigas by an unknown source, for an unknown reason.

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Again unlike Unlike the robotic lesser robotic-like Regis, Regigigas is a completely sentient being, fully capable of speech and complex thought. While it does not have a mouth to speak in the conventional sense, Regigigas can communicate like several other Legendary Pokémon. By psychically vibrating air particles, it can mimic the sounds of human speech. The result is a sophisticated psychic voice in a deep bass, with a strange echoing, almost mechanical sounding filter, and a slight northern Sinnoh accent. It speaks with archaic diction, laced with the type of intelligence that give the modern speaker the impression that they are speaking with a being of unparalleled wisdom [[TimeAbyss accumulated over unfathomable eons.]]

Bizarrely, as erudite as Regigigas can be, it experiences bouts of Dementia-like symptoms whenever it is brought out of any sort of stasis (sleep, Pokeball, etc.) It exhibits greatly altered speech patterns, such as speaking in riddles, shifting to long dead languages and back, slowed or nonsensical speech, speech akin to binary, and strange diction. Furthermore, it experiences severe lapses in memory and awareness, often forgetting names and constantly asking what the time and years is. This state also affects its physical capabilities as well. well.

During this state, dubbed Slow Start, Regigigas’ movements become very sluggish and awkward. Its gait becomes clumsy, and its massive strength is greatly reduced. This is most obvious in combat, where it operates at approximately half its full power while in Slow Start. Fortunately, the Slow Start state is temporary, lasting anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes before regaining lucidity, and in battle, it gains a sudden burst in strength and agility. However, these symptoms always appear after Regigigas has been put into any kind of stasis, no matter how short the duration. For example, if Regigigas was placed into its Pokeball while lucid, then immediately brought back out, the effects of Slow Start would appear as normal. Furthermore the length of time Regigigas was put into stasis has no effect on the time it takes for Slow Start to wear off. In a bout of lucidity, Regigigas was asked what exactly Slow Start was and why it occurs, Regigigas became very evasive and refused to answer the question, becoming rather incensed when pressed. The prevailing theory is that Slow Start is some sort of mental block imposed on Regigigas by an unknown source, for an unknown reason.



While it is stating the obvious, Regigigas’ strength is absolutely immense, even by Pokemon standards. It very well has the potential to kill any human hundreds of times over. Fortunately, Regigigas has proven to be an incredibly patient and restrained creature, lucid or otherwise, with an exceptional grasp on its own power. However, that does not mean that one should take advantage of that patience. Regigigas has never been seen truly enraged, and one can scarcely image what would happen if it was.

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While it is stating the obvious, Regigigas’ strength is absolutely immense, even by Pokemon standards. It very well has the potential to kill any human hundreds of times over. Fortunately, Regigigas has proven to be an incredibly patient and restrained creature, lucid or otherwise, with an exceptional grasp on its own power. However, that does not mean that one should take advantage of that patience. Regigigas has never been seen truly enraged, and one can scarcely image what would happen if it was.



Suffice to say, most Pokemon have no chance at standing up to Regigigas in close quarters combat. It must be said, that any opponent must keep out of its reach. While Regigigas is not completely incapable of ranged combat, it is largely limited to streams of electricity, burst of concentrated plasma, and mind numbing Obscura-based rays. While powerful, these techniques are far weaker than Regigigas’ physical attacks.

The greatest thing that Regigigas has against it is Slow Start. Its greatly reduced fighting strength can be easily taken advantage of, at the cost of making the fight a race against time. Regigigas must be taken out before the effects of Slow Start can wear off or most opponents lose any hope of defeating it. Fortunately, despite Regigigas’ mishmash of traits, it has the strengths and weaknesses analogous to Normal types. Therefore, quick and powerful Fighting type attacks are the best weapons against it.

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Suffice to say, most Pokemon have no chance at standing up to Regigigas in close quarters combat. It must be said, that any opponent must keep out of its reach. While Regigigas is not completely incapable of ranged combat, it is largely limited to streams of electricity, burst of concentrated plasma, beam attacks, and mind numbing Obscura-based rays. While powerful, these techniques are far weaker than Regigigas’ physical attacks.

The greatest thing that hinderance Regigigas has against it is Slow Start. Its greatly reduced fighting strength can be easily taken advantage of, at the cost of making the fight a race against time. Regigigas must be taken out before the effects of Slow Start can wear off or most opponents lose any hope of defeating it. Fortunately, despite Regigigas’ mishmash of traits, it has the strengths and weaknesses analogous to Normal types. Therefore, quick and powerful Fighting type attacks are the best weapons against it.
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