They’re weak to fire.
Sadly, I can't quite remember why I don't like this film. I guess I just couldn't enjoy the film. I remember this being the last disaster movie that I would willingly sit through (or did I buy it? I can't remember). I found it was extremely predictable and, despite its apparent seriousness, everything about it felt...silly. The jokes weren't funny and the characters weren't that memorable. I don't remember names, but I do remember vague character archetypes, though they tend to blend in with another Emmerich film I had the misfortune of seeing: 2012. There's suspension of disbelief and there's pulling wool over your eyes. I feel this movie was the latter; that's probably why I didn't like it.
I'm sorry I wasn't able to provide a better explanation.
IT'S SUPER EFFECTIVE!!!!!
(risisting urge to use flame hyanard Meme)
See, I can get behind many of the other projects that studio has put out, but everyone I know thoroughly ENJOYS The Day After Tomorrow. Care to explain why it sucks?
I...can't believe you actually quoted that movie. THAT movie belongs in a fire.
LIKE MY CREATION! IT IS ALIVE!
Haha, good point. Same with animals & plants in general (especially forests).
but there are some with good attack
humans..... never forget humans on that list.
THIS is why I can't beat a level 20 Growlithe with my level 50 Durarara books
A lot of things tend to be weak against fire.
This gives me an idea for zombie survival tips.
Books have low Defense, Special defense and lower HP.
I didn't know Books are Pokemon.
so is Metagross, and?
this and reason 1 tend to clash
actually it turns into a crappy picture book
But if you add more ink, the book becomes illegible.
Then again just about every other thing is too (consoles, games, houses, buildings, furniture, etc).