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Perfect world....someone would return it to you... Reality....someone in Atlanta is keeping your 3ds or has already sold it.
nope they transfering the pokes to there pokemon x version and seeing if the credit card is saved on the 3ds system. then they will sell the system after they looted everything off of it. Although op has a slight chace of getting it back if he put his correct information such as where he lives date of birth etc. if he was fail and put in fake stuff like some dumb people then his chances of getting the 3ds back is negative 1000%
Black XL sounds nice... might go with a 2DS since it's even cheaper and I don't use 3D anyways... that is if I really want to replace it right away. I probably will in a couple weeks once I get over this.
"Expect nothing. That way you will never be disappointed."
I'm hoping someone out there has found my 3DS. It's the Fire Emblem special edition one (blue with a white sword and two dragons symbol) in a purple GBA case (I got it as a Christmas present over 10 years ago). Pokemon 2 is in the cartridge slot and of course, the main Mii for it is named Nolan.
I was in Orlando when I put it in my bag on my flight to Atlanta on Southwest Airlines. It could have fallen out anywhere along that route. The plane's next destination was San Francisco, but it could be anywhere by now.
This 3DS has more sentimental value for me since it was the first thing I bought with my own money that I earned myself with my first real job. It is also full of Pokemon that I spent days training in Pokemon X.
If anyone has seen it or anything, I would like to know. There will be a reward for it. Thank you all for helping.
It's like putting a wad of money in in a jacket pocket with no supervision whatsoever. Should of taken better care of it.
"Lets release a console with no games and no marketing." -Satoru Iwata, 2012
I did this too when I flew yesterday. Had it in my pocket most of the time, but eventually I got tired and put it in my backpack and hoped no one would try to steal it. I suppose I should not do that again, ever.