"It's all right, we told you what to dream."-Secondary gimmicks and Pokémon specifically created for marketing
This where we discuss Pokémon that gimmicks that are not strong enough to be a part of their concept or give them notoriety and Pokémon created only to be cashed in. Most of these Pokémon gain their gimmicks over years, but the Pokémon who are made important by the gimmicks they gained later on will be discussed later. Meowth
Evolutionary corner: Froslass
As Glalie was incredibly masculine, and Dawn Stone needed another Pokémon to justify its existance, Froslass was created. Froslass immediately comes across as superior to her masculine counterpart, with better distributed stats and more helpful movepool. Does this Pokémon have inherent game gimmicks? Along with Gengar, she is the fastest Ghost-type and she has a unique
Updated 23rd January 2013 at 04:46 PM by Trainer Yusuf
Yep, we are going to continue this. Whether you like it or not. Why? Because I've got nothing better to do.
Now to the actual opening paragraph. This portion of the “series” is going to be far more difficult because:
1-There are so many two staged Pokémon.
2-There are so many two staged Pokémon that are not meant to be bad but are bad.
3-There are so many two staged Pokémon who have completely different roles than each other.
4-While single stagers
I have nothing left to look forward to or discuss in Best Wishes, again.
So, I stuggled with my toilet's flush and kept my studying for my final at minumum to learn about the opening. And almost everything was stuff I was expecting! And I have no hopes about any of them actually being above relatively above average! Also, there is nothing left to look forward in Best Wishes that will have any actual value later on. Guess this is it. I will still be around somewhat to post news and
With the current discussions, it is commonly stated that Pokémon games often made to match the releases of their respective consoles. However, I wondered if this was the case or not, so this blog post sprung up. Game Boy Release Dates:
Japan: April 21, 1989
North America: August 1989
Europe: September 28, 1990 Generation I
Red/Green: February 27, 1996
Blue: October 15, 1996
North America: September