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  1. Nintendo Regains Control Of PokéBank

    by , 11th February 2014 at 09:00 PM
    KYOTO, JAPAN -- 13 FEBRUARY 2014
    Nintendo announced earlier today that it has regained control of the popular Pokémon Bank service, which it is now revealed became sentient shortly after its release which prompted the delays that plagued the service.

    A senior Information Technologies officer for Nintendo, Kaeru Fujimoto, gave this statement at a press conference:
    "We noticed nothing unusual during the development of the application. Shortly after its release though, ...
    That's Oddish!
  2. Game Freak Officially Announces Existence of Ivysaur

    by , 11th February 2014 at 02:16 AM
    TOKYO, JAPAN -- 12 FEBRUARY 2014
    Game Freak, Inc. has officially announced the existence of Ivysaur eighteen years after its introduction in Pokémon Red and Pokémon Green, the first two games in the Pokémon franchise that would go on to become a financial and critical success.

    President and CEO of The Pokémon Company, Tsunekaz Ishihara, explained the strange circumstances surrounding the revelation:
    "When we were rushing to release Pokémon Red and Pokémon ...
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  3. Breaking News: Pokémon Timeline Reset After Disaster

    by , 11th February 2014 at 01:52 AM
    TOKYO, JAPAN -- 12 FEBRUARY 2014
    In what can only be described as a most "shocking blow" to shippers and fans everywhere, Legendary Pokémon and God of Time Dialga has announced another time reset after Ash Ketchum got too close to his current companion, Serena.
    "Ash, when you started your journey you wanted to be the very best, like no one ever was. Such a task is impossible if you keep forming entangling romantic relationships. Your wish that you made with Ho-Oh is ...
    That's Oddish!
  4. Pokétheticals: Rebuilding the Type Chart -- Laying the Foundations

    by , 23rd May 2013 at 08:25 PM
    As we explored last time, it would prove folly to make all types equal. While it would certainly make for an interesting meta-game, it also helps to demonstrate a key point in Pokemon typing: not all types are created equal. Today we're going to lay the foundations for further explorations in our rebuilding of the type chart, so let's get started.

    The Alphabet Theorem
    Before we get started, I wish to go a bit philosophical. For a moment let us consider the current [English] ...

    Updated 23rd May 2013 at 10:41 PM by Maxite

  5. Pokétheticals: Rebuilding the Type Chart -- Easy Mode

    by , 22nd April 2013 at 03:31 AM
    Ah... the type chart. The source of many frustrations for so many fans. Some say some types are too weak--Ice defensively, Poison offensively. Others say that some types are too strong--Steel defensively, Rock offensively. Others say that we need more types--Light, Fairy, Sound, Bidoof. It's so simple and easy to gripe about perceived shortcomings in the type chart, so what would it take to fix these perceived shortcomings?

    The fun thing is that there are two answers to the above ...
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