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Ok, so I was playing Pokemon with the folks at http://www.twitch.tv/twitchplayspokemon, and we were in victory road. For those of you who don't know, there are 2 modes used to control the game. Anarchy means all inputs will be registered and democracy means that inputs will be voted on. In addition to this, combos can be done in democracy mode.
Our current goal was to push the 1st boulder in the cave to the button. So we got it to democracy after anarchy inevitably failed and man
Updated 28th February 2014 at 03:27 AM by Bluelatios
Typically I do blogs rarely and usually about deeper topics but today I am bored and decided to do something fun for friends and people generally interested in my opinions. Its quite simple, ask me anything regarding the Pokemon anime, preferably older seasons and films since those are by far my favorite. I watch the dub too, so I'll have little to say about Japanese content besides maybe music.
First off, a big thank you to all the staff who made this thread. (I only saw it today cause I've been so freaking busy lately! :p). I and many others will greatly enjoy having a one size fits all solution for rewinding and discussing our good memories. That being said, I wanted to blog because I'm still concerned about this whole expectation that members don't compare how the series past affects its ongoing development.
Hello Pokemon fans, yesterday The Pokemon Company International announced that a 4-episode mini series “Pokemon Origins” will air on November 15. As many of you probably know, the series will be based on the original Red and Blue games and feature the main protagonist “Red”. I am organizing a movement here on Bulbagarden blogs. The mission is to send letters to TPCi asking them to cast Veronica Taylor, known as the voice of Ash Ketchum, May, Delia and others, to play the role of Red.
Updated 27th September 2013 at 09:54 PM by Bluelatios
Hey guys, lately I've been thinking about why people talk about growing out of cartoons, video games and such. The whole concept has really changed with our society. Back in the day, entertainment was much simpler and therefore easier to dismiss as "childish" or simply not worth your time because people soon got caught up in the hard reality of work, raising a family, etc. But in the 21st century we find entertainment at every corner. Work and lifestyles have changed, for many they have
Updated 10th September 2013 at 02:18 AM by Bluelatios