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
The saga continues! Volbeat and Illumise
Volbeat and Illumise's relationship is weird. In their debut, Volbeat had the niche of being the only Special Attack boost Baton Passer. But in Gen IV Illumise gained Tinted Lens, outclassing Volbeat. And then Tail Glow became a move with +3 boost. They don't exactly have any stand-out gimmicks, at least not one that is clearly
Updated 9th December 2012 at 01:15 PM by Trainer Yusuf
As most of the unavaible Pokémon has been released on DW with the exception of legendaries, I thought this would be a decent time to do this.
When discussing future evolutions for Pokémon, a common excuse for certain Pokémon is that “they are gimmick Pokémon”, “they are introduced to teach certain aspects of game”, “they have specific game mechanics” etc. Since they are “gimmicks”, they don't need evolutions, or in more extreme cases, don't even deserve to Pokémon.
Updated 9th December 2012 at 11:51 AM by Trainer Yusuf