That was unexpected.
One day, there was a staff member from Pokémon Elite 2000 and he asked me to talk to him about my reviews. The next thing before I know it, I was asked to put my reviews on their site! It didn't occur to me that my reviews can be so good that others want a share of it. I guess if it stays in the blogs, not many will notice it anyway, so it's for the best.
So, what happens is that I was instantly promoted to the rank of "PE2K Website Staff"
This is different from the last Poison-type feature, so let me explain. Because there are only three unexplored Grass-type combinations, I decided to do something a little different and make a list of unexplored things that can be Grass-types, because I believe a list this will be more interesting than that one. At first, it was a Top 10, but it ended up becoming a Top 16 because I have many ideas to what kind of Grass-types there should be. Let’s read on!
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Poison-types don’t seem to have that many type combinations compared to many others. In fact, in this Generation, Poison is the only one without a new type combination! Today’s article will be a short one, but because we have 8 different unexplored type combinations that will be looked at today, it may be a little long, but nothing you can’t handle, I’m sure. It's not really a review as much as it is speculation and a wishlist, so keep that in mind.
Updated 22nd February 2011 at 01:00 PM by winstein
I periodically go to Gamasutra for some gaming news, but this one link especially caught my eye, so I thought it would be great to share it with the rest of you. Basically, if you are a great designer or someone who likes to design games (and also happens to be a Pokémon fan), you may give this one a shot, because now Game Career Guide is having this challenge, so be sure to come up with something before 2nd of March! I am sure that some fans will like to give this one a shot, because they definitely
At last, the last part for the Grass-types! Previously, we covered all the pure Grass-types, so today we will cover all the Grass-types with another type. Without the extra frills, let’s go and finish this now!
Sewaddle, Swadloon & Leavanny
“The transition from Sewaddle's innocent face to Swadloon's seemingly crestfallen expression and
finally to Leavanny's perpetual sunshine smile adds character to each of them, thus leads