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2. Being the "best" pokemon also has to do with strength or else why would it be called the BEST pokemon? If Magikarp was weak and utterly useless, it wouldn't be called the best.
3. You can't declare that you have won this debate, also you can't take your opinion and shove it down people's throats, forcing them to believe that your opinion is correct while everyone else's is wrong. However, an opinion can be considered correct if it is commonly believed by the majority and the OFFICIAL sources state it, which makes it a fact.
4. I have also shown reasoning, I've explained, I've shown evidence (more than you I might add), and showing evidence while explaining your evidence proving your statement is "reasoning." What you do is not reasoning because you believe that your opinion is correct and refuse to believe anyone else's.
4 con't. I'll add that I've shown more evidence and explanation than you, which results in me having more reasoning than you. Also, if showing evidence from official sources is "bad", you should also be blamed too because you have shown evidence as well.
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Vote Placed by TBSmothers 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: The con won argument points for referencing the pokedex to back up his arguments which as he said " is official and known by Pokemon Trainers to be their OFFICIAL source of pokemon information." therefore there was nothing the pro could do to argue for magikarp being the best pokemon
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