So now I have all of N's Pokémon except the ones at Desert Resort, Boldore, and Klink.
On a related note, I crit captured N's Timburr using one false swipe from my scizor and a normal Poke Ball.
Last night, I spotted a shiny Golgantes, level 57, on the GTS. The asking price was pretty darned reasonable; the Trainer wanted a Froslass. I searched through the offerings and found nothing, so I tossed off a Mew and asked for a trade. But while I had that set up, I figured that I could just go ahead, hatch a female Snorunt, evolve it and take care of everything in one fell swoop.
We'll refer to that as mistake number one.
I hopped on Emerald, bred my Glalie and got
Making blogs just out of work I mean.
I think that soon I will make a blog stating how you people should call if you are moving, because I hate about half of my calls that I get.
If people were not so dumb, I would not have to have someone get me beer once I move into my place in June/July.
Beer is quite good though.
Not as good as Sentai.
Every odd-numbered generation reveales pokemon from the next generation (aside from the obvious movie reveals they do every generation) a generation early, without explicitly saying it is from the next one.
The first previewed two Pokemon in the forms of Togepi and Ho-oh.
The third also snuck a peak at the DP mons Bonsly and Munchlax.
Well, what Pokemon did Gen 5 reveal? Well, there are no Pokemon that were shown in the anime, games, or other media that
Updated 1st May 2013 at 09:03 PM by Helioptile
*insert alarm noises here* yes I know 99.99% of you who read this won't know what the hell this is and therefore it won't be your target but I needed a video game quote for the title and this was the best I got
Anyway, I was on a wiki-walk spanning the Final Fantasy Wiki and Wikipedia. I managed to get to the Console wars page on Wikipedia, and read the third handheld console wars bit, and I noticed two things. One, in the second handheld console wars thing, the GBA outsold the PSP