In previous blogs two of the head admins of Team Gear known as the Crown Gears, Joel and Becky, were mentioned.
The final Crown Gear of Team Gear is known as Professor Kurtz (Hurtz ヘルツ), a young goatee'd scientist (I kind of in my mind imagine him looking like an evil Daniel Faraday) who is responsible for coordinating the efforts of the rest of the team in order to gather a large amount of electrical energy in order to power his pet project, a time machine. Yes, Bill did it
#543 - DRILLBITE
Japanese Name: ヒルデイン
Weight: 39 lbs.
Etymology: The English name is simply a pun off of "drillbit", replacing the "bit" with "bite" since it's a leech Pokemon. The Japanese name mixes "hiru", "leech", with "den", referring to its subterranean nature. Also, "hirudin"
#584 - ULTIMOTH
Japanese Name: ガガイジン
Classification: Super Moth
Weight: 243 lbs.
Etymology: The English name is a simple combination of "ultimate" and "moth", since this is like the ultimate Moth-based Pokemon. The Japanese name is a combination of "Ga", meaning "moth", and "gaijin", which means "foreigner". Basically,
Well, for me.
I'm nearing the end of Persona 3 Portable, and I don't know if I really feel like playing through it a second time as the female protagonist...at least not right away. The main plot's the same, it's just the social links that change, so I want to take a break from it so that the game feels fresh again when I pick it up in the future and go through as MCShe.
Anyway, I've decided to try out some other SMT games as all I've played is Persona 1...luckily,
Here they are, the final evolutions of Cassorad, Pyrero, and Colpie. #496 - CASSOWAR
Japanese Name: カスコロス
Classification: Killer Bird
Weight: 138 lbs.
Etymology: The English name combines "Cassowary" with "war", showing how it has become a full on warrior against the establishment. The Japanese name combines "cas(s)owary"