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  1. Unexplored Grass-type Beings and Things

    This is different from the last Poison-type feature, so let me explain. Because there are only three unexplored Grass-type combinations, I decided to do something a little different and make a list of unexplored things that can be Grass-types, because I believe a list this will be more interesting than that one. At first, it was a Top 10, but it ended up becoming a Top 16 because I have many ideas to what kind of Grass-types there should be. Let’s read on!


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    Peafowl
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  2. Grass types of Generation 5 (Part 2) - winstein's Review

    At last, the last part for the Grass-types! Previously, we covered all the pure Grass-types, so today we will cover all the Grass-types with another type. Without the extra frills, let’s go and finish this now!



    Sewaddle, Swadloon & Leavanny

    “The transition from Sewaddle's innocent face to Swadloon's seemingly crestfallen expression and
    finally to Leavanny's perpetual sunshine smile adds character to each of them, thus leads
    to the
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  3. Grass types of Generation 5 (Part 1) - winstein's Review

    And now we reach the last Generation for now. This Generation introduces the most Grass-types as of now, and also the most of any time in this Generation. With a diverse and interesting selection of Pokemon, it’s no doubt that any Grass-type fan is happy because there are more favourites to choose from. Let’s dig into the pure Grass-types of Gen 5!



    Snivy, Servine & Serperior

    “Snivy, Servine And Serperior, they are snakes that feed off the sun,
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  4. Grass types of Generation 4 (Part 2) - winstein's Review

    In part 2, we look at the Grass-types that, in my opinion, are easier to write about, because they all have more good things to say than the last batch. Being eager, I won’t drag the introduction longer and start now!

    Budew and Roserade

    "Great additions to the Roselia family. The progression from Budew to Roselia to Roserade
    looks natural and more connected than some other lines." ~ Kakuna Matata


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  5. Grass types of Generation 4 (Part 1) - winstein's Review

    So we begin the 4th Generation of Grass Pokémon with 4 families...I don’t have much to say in the introduction, so I might as start right away.



    Turtwig, Grotle and Torterra


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    Updated 16th January 2011 at 04:06 AM by winstein (Added a link (can you guess which is it?))

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