---------------------- The Rise of Roark: A Sinnoh Story
---------------------- Chapter 1: Like Father, Like Son
---------------------- 2 am
His eyes opened wide. If it was any other night, Roark would have just rolled over and drifted back into sleep. This was NOT any other night. He jumped out of bed and was soon rummaging through his dresser drawers for clothes. It may have
Updated 16th August 2010 at 02:33 PM by Jabberjaw
Please Read*** Pachirisu Evolution?
Like most of you, the first time I saw Emonga I thought, "wow that looks like pachirisu with a cape". And I too said, it's too small to be a Pachirisu Evo, it's its own family and could evolve into something else. But I have done some research and the results may suprise you. 1. Size. These 2 pokemon are the same height! Both stand at .4 meters tall. The only difference is that Emonga is 1.1 kg heavier. Can
Of Gods and Men "You humans... you never cease to amaze me. You believe everything must have a beginning and an ending. So, when I tell you that I am an immortal, I have always existed and will always exist, your simple minds trick themselves into believing this to be a paradox. You fail to see how simplistic it really is. Matter cannot be created or destroyed. This is a principle you have based your entire existence upon. So listen to these words, "Everything
Tsutarja's final evolution....
I will evaluate 2 possible type combinations for Tsutarja's final Evo. 1. Grass/Steel:
Grass is generally one of the weaker types. 5 types hit it for Super effective damage. I notice some yellow/gold colors on tsutarja which could point to a possible Steel typing (GOLD is a metal). If paired with a STEEL typing, Tsutarja loses 3 weaknesses and gains 6 resistances plus an immunity. It will look like this: Weaknesses: x4 Fire,
Updated 1st August 2010 at 06:33 PM by Jabberjaw
New Type Combination #2: The Normal/Ghost Type Weaknesses: Dark x2 Resistances: Bug x1/2, Poison x1/2 Immunities: Fighting, Normal, Ghost
If they evolve Dunsparce, this would be the perfect typing.
A Ghost/Normal typing compliments each other perfectly. Both typings carry an immunity to a weakness of the other type resulting in only ONE weakness, DARK. Ghost attacks are super effective against Psychic and fellow Ghost pokemon
Updated 28th July 2010 at 01:44 AM by Jabberjaw