Here’s something that I just thought of when thinking of the implications of Little Cup being at a higher level. Now, I never played Little Cup before, but I heard that matches were quite fast-paced. Essentially, the matches are for Pokémon at their basest form, meaning that if something can evolve, they are qualified. For example, Bulbasaur is qualified because it can still evolve. However, Unown is not qualified because it doesn’t evolve, despite being in its basest form.
First of all, I apologise for putting this up earlier than intended, because the next of the main series of articles isn't done with proofreading yet, and I believe that now is a good time to put up another article regarding the Dark-type.
For today’s article, I will put eight Dark-types that are currently not quite impressive, and suggest improvements so that they would be better-suited for battling. Basically, the article will cover each fully-evolved Pokémon’s merits, their
Updated 3rd September 2012 at 06:34 AM by winstein (Title change)
I am back! To start things off, here’s another Tribulations of Great Pokémon article for your enjoyment. Our entry will deal with Generation 5’s Pokémon. Even with the release of Black 2 and White 2, most of the Pokémon here didn’t receive any significant benefits from the newest tutors.
Since it’s been so long, I might as well explain the purpose of this series again. In this series, I attempt to list down the troubles involved in raising a certain Pokémon in the games,
Updated 7th September 2012 at 06:31 AM by winstein
When I played PO's servers, it occurred to me how different the environment between that and Smogon is. I realised this when I used a team based on Smogon's NU tier, and I am quite surprised to see a few Pokemon not on Smogon's NU list there (Even then, the Pokemon I encountered are handled well by my team). I will cover some of those differences in a minute, but it's fascinating to see those differences exist. What are some of those changes I noticed? Well, here's a breakdown:
Updated 13th August 2012 at 11:28 AM by winstein
Something that intrigues me for some time is how animals in their infant stage look like. They come in different names, like pups, calves and cubs, but for the sake of simplicity, I will just refer to the baby animals as baby (insert animal here). Here are some of those I found, and for the sake of originality, it will be lesser-heard animals in baby form.
Can you view the images? If not, I might change the link of the pictures so that they are viewable. Baby Beaver
Updated 2nd August 2012 at 09:18 AM by winstein