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written by Gamefreak on Sep 17, 2006 18:30
I found a very steep and deep crater at the pole of a felisian planet with a spike like mountain in the middle!

Is this normal?

I was'nt able to post any pics because i dont know how i do it.
krasnyj bibliotekar
written by Serpens on Sep 17, 2006 18:44
To upload a picture, click the small, blue square with letters "cd" on the bottom left, then click "browse" and select the picture you want to upload.
To post a picture, you must write something like this:
<cd/file_extension/Gamefreak/filename>
For example, if the file you uploaded is called crater.gif, it will look like this:
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I'm sure I got something wrong, as always...
└> last changed by Serpens on September 17, 2006 at 20:09
written by Gamefreak on Sep 17, 2006 19:56
The mountain looks pretty small from the edge of the crater but it is pretty large.
written by Micmacreturns on Sep 17, 2006 22:02
That is a loooooong way down!
i haz title: speed-y-???-1
written by Speeder on Sep 18, 2006 02:47
Id better call this a looooooooong way up (try to jump inside and exit and you will understand )
written by Gamefreak on Sep 18, 2006 05:55
Now i have found another even deeper crater with a split mountain in it on the same planet. so i will show a pic of this crater too.(The top is not visible i wasnt able to get a good shot.)
written by Phreakcustom on Sep 20, 2006 00:59
ive seen craters, but a crater thats an outie instead of an innie?
written by Doopey on Sep 27, 2006 22:03
Wow, that looks really cool! I'd love to go to that place!
written by Terev on Oct 05, 2006 21:39
very strange formation...
written by Nyx on Oct 06, 2006 21:33
Perhaps the meteor struck hard enough to send a ssolid spike of earth in the air? You know like water drops. ANd from the look of things it has to have been rather recent.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Oct 07, 2006 08:56
We could imagine that it was very cold on the planet at the time, and that the meteor heated everything up at such a rapid speed that it went up like a drop of water and then froze again before it could fall back down.
written by Terev on Oct 07, 2006 18:11
Maybe the meteor was made of magma. Which supports Magnulus's theory that it was cold on the planet when it hit.
written by Phreakcustom on Oct 07, 2006 19:01
Terev said:
Maybe the meteor was made of magma. Which supports Magnulus's theory that it was cold on the planet when it hit.
its also possible that it just heated up from the friction of the atmosphere before it hit.
wah... waall-eee
written by Magnulus on Oct 07, 2006 20:54
And it was made of magical, radioactive lava.
meep
written by Naavis on Oct 08, 2006 15:26
And the leprechauns pranced around.
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