DESTROYED LG With Way Too OP Teams! Road To 100 Legendary Gauntlet Streak 21-30 | Pokemon Masters EX

Video Title: DESTROYED LG With Way Too OP Teams! Road To 100 Legendary Gauntlet Streak 21-30 | Pokemon Masters EX

0:00 #21 F Allister/Helena/SSR Cynthia VS Cobalion
3:42 #22 SS Kris/Clair/TL Siver VS Entei
7:38 #23 Alder/Viola/BP Morty VS Azelf
11:06 #24 V Kris/H Whitney/Hau VS Cobalion
15:27 #25 Lysandre/Support Gengar/TL Lillie VS Entei
21:56 #26 SS Acerola/TL Sycamore/TL Gloria VS Azelf
26:17 #27 Silver/SS Morty/BP Erika VS Cobalion
31:55 #28 Archie/Liza/Tech Blastoise VS Entei
34:59 #29 Marlon/Lucas/SS Serena VS Azelf
37:58 #30 SS Hilda/Tech Parasect/Lisia VS Cobalion

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4 thoughts on “DESTROYED LG With Way Too OP Teams! Road To 100 Legendary Gauntlet Streak 21-30 | Pokemon Masters EX”

  1. Man, you said you were taking HOW many classes this semester?

    When I was working on my BA, my health was usually pretty good. I did have a lot going on, though.

    I ran no fewer than 16 credit hours, usually either 6 courses or 5 and an internship to make it 16, in all but my final semester when my advisors all looked at me and told me I already had double the number of most graduating students and could afford to "take it easy."

    I had two majors and a minor. I was the LGBTQ club president for 3 years. My "taking it easy" semester really wasn't, because I was doing an internship running an art therapy program at the community arts center.

    And I did theatre. Oh, how I did theatre. I did it both for the university and the arts center. In a typical semester, I acted in one show for each, and did tech for one of them at least once. I also did a work study job to pay part of tuition, constructing sets for campus plays.

    I would usually get sick 4 times a year: midterms and finals. Productions usually happened around that time of year, and that good old crud that inevitably seems to spread during tech weekend and dress rehearsals would kick my ass. Cough drops were everywhere backstage, cause a lot of us had symptoms by the run of the show, and we would just tough it out cause the show had to go on, we didn't have understudies.

    Usually a throat thing that sometimes turn into bronchitis. Fever, aching, coughing. GODDAMN if I'm not dating myself by saying that was acceptable while I was in college. I graduated in '17. It would not be ok post-COVID.

    You're taking a lot of credits, you're doing this. You've got your family, which is sometimes nice, but also adds both stress and exposure to pathogens. Oh, and it's a common allergy season.

    You stay up late so you can do summons streams the minute they drop, and try to get showcase vids up immediately, and have admitted you're sleep-deprived and exhausted.

    I can't speak for all of your fans, but man, I would rather you sleep than have your summons posted so soon. Stress and not sleeping both make it easier to get sick.

    You can take your time to rest rather than rush and pressure yourself to get everything on YouTube as soon as you can. And we just had a massive month, with the 4 Tapu drop and the villain arc.

    I think a lot of us would rather you feel better.

    Take care, and get some tea with honey, or at least a lot of water and cough drops. You should do things to rest your voice and soothe your throat after talking for nearly 45mins straight. Take it from a theatre kid.


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