And here we go again! We'll start with the battle with Erika. Freedom led the charge on this one. Her first two Pokemon were taken out with a single Ember each. Vileplume, however, was tougher. It kept using Stun Spore, so it sort of became a battle of wills. It took two or three Embers, but Erika healed and Freedom needed healing as well. In the end, Striker was victorious.
The group now returns to Lavender, finally ready to face the tower. Of course, Blue is there,
One of the most exciting things about this generation for me was waiting for the updated type chart as I was really having a problem with the old chart given how broken and unbalanced it was. As soon as I heard that we were receiving a new type ( a wish come true) I was so optimistic that we might finally have a revised and an updated chart that would do some of the overlooked types a chance. Namely, ice,grass,bug, flying, poison and normal.
It seems to me that GF/ Nintendo clearly
Updated 28th September 2013 at 12:22 PM by WindBlast
I have a Hail team in Gen 5 that I want to transfer over, but even if I do transfer it over, unless they can get some cool new moves and such, I doubt I'd ever use them.
Just look at the new type chart. Apparently, this isn't the generation for Ice-types.
Having started my sophomore year, I've finally figured out this time management bullshit. With all that figured out, I realized I kinda super missed this place. I haven't been active in a little over a year, but reddit doesn't have the kind of community I'm interested in being active in. So I'm back. @sharking was right.
I can't decide which pokemon game I want to preorder. I'll probably choose Pokemon Y simple because the legendary on the front looks badass, but it'll be tossup. I'll
I have some time to put to this whole Bulbagarden thing and I can say that some pretty cool stuff is in the pipeline on my end, along with the regular cool stuff you see coming from the rest of the team. Stay tuned.