Jump to content


  • Post count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

224 Good

About syston_fox

  • Rank
    100% for 2008/09
  • Birthday 01/03/1986

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
  • Fan Since
    1994/95 season

Recent Profile Visitors

3,633 profile views
  1. syston_fox


    Is it basically Pokémon blue / red / yellow but with modern graphics?
  2. syston_fox


    There was a "bug" pokemon event on somewhere else in the world hence the additional spawns of Pinsir everywhere. Shiny Cubone and Pontya released late last night so expect additional spawns of those guys everywhere for the next few days.
  3. syston_fox


    I must admit that if I already have gold on a gym and don't need the XP on it then I just put a pokemon in that I can transfer as soon as it gets beaten. Seem to be running low on Revives so not wasting that's my way of saving them a bit.
  4. syston_fox

    Spider-Man PS4

    This game is a perfect way to waste an evening away. Must have spent 2 hours last night just shooting around the city collecting back packs, stopping the odd crime and taking photos of the landmarks. The actual missions have barely been touched yet!
  5. syston_fox


    The original system was pants. Once a gym was full of Chanseys it just stayed that way for ever and a day and there was no point in ever attempting to take it down unless there were a few of you. Eliminated a bit part of the game to the casual player. The current system works for me as with a team it's easy but also perfectly possible to take gyms down on your own. I'm glad Blisseys are being reduced though - it just makes it boring when the gyms have a Blissey, Chansey and Snorlax as it takes an age to beat the strong ones and it's not like they ever beat you or the time runs out! Just wastes more time.
  6. syston_fox

    Are the losses easier to take since the title win?

    Defeats don't bother me so much at the moment because each 3 points doesn't feel as vital as they have in past seasons. We've always had something to play for in the last 10 years whether it be relegation, promotion or a title. There was always a sense of looking over your shoulder or chasing the pack - wasn't there a stat that said we had only had a handful of "meaningless" games over multiple seasons and those were because we were already champions? Now say 8 games of the season, I feel that we're not at risk of relegation but I also feel that we're not in danger of challenging with the top 6 so you can afford to lose games here and there. The only time I get really annoyed at defeat is when I think the players haven't given there all or if the defeat is as a result of negativity e.g I was annoyed after Everton because I felt the subs that were made were basically admitting that we were going to try and play for a draw. Defeats in the cups still hurt, especially when some of the "bigger" teams have already exited them and you can almost picture the path to the final.
  7. syston_fox


    I think I only have one 100% pokemon but it's a shiny Kyogre so it's a pretty damn good one to have.
  8. syston_fox

    Leicester City Quiz - Season 2001/02

    I just completed this quiz. My Score 80/100 My Time 64 seconds  
  9. syston_fox

    LCFC Relegation Quiz

    I just completed this quiz. My Score 50/100 My Time 87 seconds  
  10. I just completed this quiz. My Score 50/100 My Time 93 seconds  
  11. syston_fox

    Smuts' NFL Thread

  12. I just completed this quiz. My Score 70/100 My Time 46 seconds  
  13. syston_fox

    Smuts' NFL Thread

    Because he wants January off!
  14. syston_fox

    Escape Rooms

    Yeah that was my favourite. My Mrs preferred Operations Magnus though. Neither of us were that keen on Chronos (sorry glenny_fox). Done all three now and chronos and reactorvate took about 40 mins with me and the other half and operation Magnus took 50 Mins with a team of four. Even if you're really struggling, the clues that you get given sort of spell it out for you. How many of you doing it? On that room, best advice is don't get destracted by what other people are doing as you don't have to do everything in a certain order like in other escape rooms. The bit you are working on might be completely separate to another's persons but all need doing to get you to the end goal.
  15. syston_fox


    Played 15 of the 18 holes at Beedles Lake last week. Very different to Humberstone Heights as more hazards to consider and more opportunities to go out of bound and ruin your score. Played with my boss and was worried about embarrassing myself but generally played some of the best shots I ever have. Learnt a few valuable lessons though: 1 - nothing wrong with laying up rather than going for the glory shot. Better to leave yourself with a shot pitch than going for the green and ending up a shanking one into the rough. 2 - I need to use a lower tee for irons on par 3s - keep hooking them wildly 3 - most important one here - don't try and retrieve your ball from a brook.... it may look dry but as soon as you put any weight on the bottom, you're going to lose your foot into the mud!! Doh!!!