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  1. Celebrity Trainers of the Ghost-type

    by , 19th November 2010 at 02:30 AM (winstein's Blogs)
    I have time in my hands, so I might as well get this one over with. This is the final entry for the Ghost-types, really! Until the next generation, that is. However, before moving on to another type, let's check out the celebrity trainers that specialises in the Ghost-type. The good thing is that every generation has them, so it's nice to not only see that Ghost-types are being noticed, but also most of the celebrities that have them are relatively strong trainers too! Now, because Shikimi didn't ...

    Updated 19th November 2010 at 09:09 AM by winstein

    Reviews , Ghost and Dark Entries
  2. Unexplored Ghost-type Combinations

    by , 18th November 2010 at 10:54 AM (winstein's Blogs)
    Before Generation 5, I have 6 wanted type combinations involving the Ghost-type, which are Fire, Water, Grass, Ground, Steel and Normal. The first five are the Chinese elements, and I am a Chinese, so that makes sense. However, Generation 5 came and only half of them came true, and I am satisfied, but not sated. So, I decided to look at the 6 unexplored type combinations involving the Ghost-type!

    Keep in mind that this entry is not part of the main series. It is just a little diversion ...

    Updated 5th December 2010 at 10:30 AM by winstein

    Ghost and Dark Entries
  3. Ghosts of Generation 5 - winstein's Review

    by , 15th November 2010 at 02:31 AM (winstein's Blogs)
    *Sigh*...my reviews is not destined to be popular, is it? The series is about to finish, and well, I guess that like the Ghost-types, these reviews are bound to be obscured as well. Anyway, finally, Generation 5. This generation introduced the most Ghost-type Pokemon, but it doesn't have as much evolutionary lines as Generation 4. However, that's not to say they are not interesting. Actually, they are all very interesting because all of them are brand new things that had never occured as a Pokemon ...

    Updated 19th November 2010 at 09:10 AM by winstein (Lamplar is animated now!)

    Reviews , Ghost and Dark Entries
  4. Ghosts of Generation 4 - winstein's Review

    by , 12th November 2010 at 07:42 AM (winstein's Blogs)
    The 4th Generation has thus far more Ghost-types than the last. Of all the generations so far, this one has the most evolutionary lines that are distinct, as that means there would be more competitive Pokemon to use, and of course, they all happen to have competitive value! Of course, they also have interesting designs too, so I can't deny that.

    Drifloon and Drifblim

    Updated 13th July 2011 at 03:18 AM by winstein

    Reviews , Ghost and Dark Entries
  5. Ghosts of Generation 3 - winstein's Review

    by , 8th November 2010 at 06:32 AM (winstein's Blogs)
    It's time for the next roundup, a review of Generation 3's Ghosts! The 3rd Generation introduced more new Ghost Pokemon than the then current ghosts, as if Ghosts were beginning to be part of Pokemon universe. I believe that even though Gastly's family can appear in Hoenn (which I mentioned previously), they were left out to allow these new spirits to shine where Ghosts were supposed to be sparse. Also, of note: this generation is beginning to introduce grounded Ghosts, as most of the new ghosts ...

    Updated 19th November 2010 at 09:10 AM by winstein

    Reviews , Ghost and Dark Entries
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