If you recall, I'm going to a college for an animal assistance course. Hopefully after two years, I'll take another course to become a vetinarian or vet technician.
Guess where my college is? I found out it's in Oshawa.
I actually have a couple of these written out, but I couldn't post it during the weekend. Normal Fire Grass Water Ground Poison Fighting Ice Flying Bug Psychic Ghost Electric Rock Dragon Dark Steel Bonus: Champion
Villainous Team Villainous Team Leader
Protagonist Most Favorite
Updated 6th August 2012 at 07:32 PM by Contrary
Eh, just because.
Pokemon Special is definitely darker, which is one of the reasons why some people prefer it over the anime. It's the dark, more mature world older fans have always wanted. I, however, don't really care for it. Sometimes it works in the manga's favor, making the situations at hand seem more dire. Pokemon are often used in creative and often realistic ways, with stunning surprises. Other times, it just makes the story feel like a generic fanfic. In the end, though,
After the tragic death of Clay, Skyla decided to hold a funeral for him. She managed to get him a spot in the Pokemon burial site, Celestial Tower, next to his first Pokemon. We can't just leave her to work alone!
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find some fitting, solemn music to play at the funeral. But remember, the killer is still out there, so be careful.
You have two days to complete the challenge.
Updated 20th March 2012 at 11:31 AM by Contrary
They had him cornered. Right now, he was going to pay for murdering Clay. He tried to fight back, accusing someone else of his crime. But they wouldn't hear of it. The group made sure he went out with a bang. Dear: Mijzelffan
You were not the murderer, but an innocent caught in the crossfire. Your death means you are eliminated from the game. But you will get your chance at revenge.
Great teamwork, guys! :D