It's a new generation, normally an exciting time to be a Pokefan, but not for me. I currently have no job and no money, so I can't get XY anytime soon. And with everyone getting their games and posting about them on here, I feel completely left out. Even worse is the fact that I have absolutely no idea when I could possibly get them. I've been applying for jobs for a while now, but 99% of the time I never hear back from them, so it may be a while before I can get one. I could probably get them for
I'm going to make a gym, too:
As you can probably guess, I'd specialize in Electric types. In particular, I'd raise Electric types which are both quick and powerful.
A variation of the RS Mossdeep gym, you would progress through the gym by traveling around conveyor belts and using switches to reverse their direction. Later on in the gym, some of the conveyor belts will launch you into the air. You can use switches to change the speed
Updated 11th October 2013 at 12:55 AM by Bolt the Cat
Looks like we finally have an answer to what's happening with the DW 6th gen, it seems to be replaced by this PokeMileage Club thing. And as glad as I am to see the DW go, I don't think this is really any better.
First and foremost, there the DW rewards. It's like the Entree Forest medals in BW2 but worse. At least when they announced the DW was closed, they gave you ample time to collect them all. This time you do not, between now and the DW's closure you can only get about 30,000
With nearly everyone upset over what was done to the type chart this gen and everyone offering their suggestions on what needs to be changed, I figure I'd offer my 2 cents on what needs to be changed in the type chart:
-Ice resistance to Grass
-Ice resistance to Ground
-Grass resistance to Fairy
-Fairy resistance to Bug
-Ghost resistance to Bug
Ice gains the resistances it needs to remain
Once upon a time, there was a fast food restaurant where everyone loved to eat. They made such delicious burgers and sandwiches with tons of flavor. The customers also liked that their sandwich came with free sauce, as to many customers it pretty much made the sandwich.
Then one day, the restaurant had a change in policy. From now on, you could only get free sauce if you added Provolone Cheese to your sandwich for 25 cents, and it caused an uproar from the customers. Supporters of