>Just like last thread, lewd is NOT welcome here. We don't want the mods nuking this line of threads again.
Essentially this is roleplay without requiring being a Rocket or anything like that
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False alarm. Pregame guy for Nimbasa's basketball team said something really stupid, and my Absol just sighed and went back to what he was doing.
I guess that counts as a "disaster" to him.
>evolve it into Ninjask/Shedinja
>by law, all Shedinja owners must use blindfolds when handling Shedinja
>Shedinja trainers are also required to warn their opponents they have a Shedinja so they and their pokemon can put on blindfolds as well
>stealing souls, through malice or neglect is considered a federal crime and can earn life in prison or the death penalty
What happens if a Shedinja looks into the crack of another Shedinja?
Does anyone have any experience with training Joltik? She keeps sucking my batteries and stuff dry and keeps getting out of my sight whenever she's out of her ball. I haven't been a trainer for very long, and she used to be my friend's pokemon, so I'm not sure how to handle this.
>I'm a hermit sitting on my Blastoise who is sitting on my Torterra sitting on an island by myself
>Still able to shitpost with the rest of you
>Technology has come a long way in our Pokeworld
Oh look a Wingull.
To stick his dick female humans?
So my house was being haunted by a Haunter, so I caught, because the Gastly line is awesome. Problem is, it somehow is getting out of its Pokeball, and still doing the haunting stuff. What can I do? Pretty sure releasing it, or sending it to a lab won't do anything. Also, he is pretty brother beyond the stuff he is doing around the house, like moving items around, and waking me up at night.
It's used to doing its own thing. You'll need to train it to behave. Let's see... Gastly line can be punished with a paper fan - I'd suggest getting a LOT of them. I mean order these things in bulk because it WILL find them and it WILL burn them. Gastly and Haunter both hate wind, so a few quick whips of the fan is like a few good squirts from a bottle of water
Do not let it evolve into a Gengar until you have it trained properly. It's not that Gengar are untrainable, it's just that they are massive pains in the ass to train, even for a ghost type
I own a Roserade, and let's just say it's not a good idea to anger a pokemon with access to poison and thorns. The one time I really pissed mine off, she put me to sleep for half a day. When I woke up, she'd shredded most of my shirts.
>implying you aren't an autismo for replying to this thread
I've handled a few Audinos before, though I dont own one myself.
Audino's emotions are tied to the physical health of things around them. Does yours ever seem different when one of your pokemon is sick? Sometimes even if a Pokemon near it is just very hungry, though it'd be borderline abuse to intentionally let a tamed 'mon go that long without food.
Your Audino sounds like it has a comfortable living environment, or no friends. I bet youre a wonderful trainer, keep at it.
Today an old man gave me a blue scarf. I gave it to my Charizard because I thought it'd suit him. But here's the weird thing.
I got into a battle with a random trainer. My Charizard, for some reason, was faster than his Electrode and knocked it out with an Earthquake. Problem is that after that, the trainer sends out a Crobat, and despite my orders, he still kept using Earthquake.
I almost lost that battle, I would have if I didn't use another Pokemon. What gives? My Charizard never disobeyed me before and everything was fine when I took the scarf off. What's up with this weird scarf?
Choice items. Made by analyzing how pokemon brains work, and overwriting the listening part after using a move. In exchange though, it overcharges the adrenal glands, increasing speed or power.
>having fun shitposting around with it on the PC
>dare Pory to hack the League
>he actually did it the absolute madman
>Cops show up on our door next day
>Brorygon-Z clears any trace while I entertain the cops
>tfw they offered me an apology for entering my house
Post Porygon stories.
Did you know Robert Downey Jr. Has a porygon-z?
It got featured in Avengers
We didn't expect them to care enough to trace us down.
I mean, we didn't move anything. Just checked some stuff, stats and shit. Did you know that the average of Pokémon Battles in Sinnoh per day is 294.6, not counting wild encounters?
So Professor Juniper from Unova recently published a paper, stating that Klink, Klang, and Klinklang just spontaneously appeared about a hundred years ago. She's only done research in Unova though. Are there any other pokemon you guys might believe this about?
You guys ought to foster a better relationship with your Roserades. Whenever I have to leave for business, mine and my Kadabra keep the house together and the garden thriving. There's gon be some good winter squash soon.
How can you relax with your Pokemon if you don't trust them when you're not watching?
Trubbish and Garbador, strangely also from Unova. Muk and Grimer thrive off human waste but I;m sure they existed in swamps and black muddy places before humans. Trubbish and Garbador are literally spawns of humanity's filth
Just wait, you'll be fine. They just have superstaining juices. I hope you didn't get any on your clothes though, because that shit is literally impossible to clean. Like, they use that juice to make permenant markers.
I'm on the train to SnowPoint City from hearthome
This is a 12 hour trip.
And I'm "somewhat" alone. There's a woman here with her Kecleon.
And before anyone asks I won't even bother hitting on her. Not even because "beta" but because she's wearing what looks like an engagement ring.
I got a pic of two of my pokemon just playing with her Kecleon though.
Any Anons from Snowpoint? How's the weather? My family says its shit.
Can confirm that the weather in Snowpoint is shit.
Also, watch your Honchkrow or it's going to form a mafia of every Pokemon on the train and make the woman give it her ring for "protection".
Speaking from personal experience.
I know my Honchkrow well enough that he wouldn't do that. He fucks every woman he can.
Every female that isn't on my team at least.
Named him "Archer" because I liked the show, now I know he's a real ladies man.
How much snowfall this year?
Hearthome City, my hometown, is already decorated for Christmas. I'd usually complain, but this is my Stoutland's first holiday season with me. I'm enjoying watching Fredonia play with the locals and tourists alike.
Aww, look, snow!
I'm from Mahogany but I have family up there.
Personally I love the snow but it does kinda suck being stuck in during a blizzard but I took advantage of the opportunity to play some video games with my cousins and snuggle my Ninetales.
Hope you brought a nice thick jacket or a furry fire type to snuggle.
Just left there an hour ago.
It'll get a little rough but not nearly what I get to deal with for a few months.
My Garchomp's gonna have a rough time but I brought her a scarf and some stuff.
I make the trip each year.
So I figured if I had to stick to a type I'd do poison because Zubat is my favorite Pokemon and made this my line up the names aren't final tho Whatcha think?
My Garchomp (Allison) She's a tough woman. I got a few remedies/tricks. If all else fails, she has her Scarf or something good for her chest.
Slash (Sceptile) I don't have to worry about, I got him a good coat and gloves.
Garrus (Haxorus) I got him a nice coat and hat.
Virion (Noivern) I'm more worried on besides the berries, any ideas for a Noivern? Ear-muffs maybe?
Zygarde's new. I'm having trouble figuring him out in general. I caught him on my trip to Unova when I found him attacking a town. He was fine back in Hearthome, I don't think I have to worry.
He just sits a meditates, he eats a fair amount but doesn't actually do a whole lot...I might not even let him out while on this trip. Don't want to freak out the family.
Might I suggest a Nidoran?
My Aunt's Nidoqueen is really doting and treats me like one of her own kids whenever I come over.
Mosh (My Nidoking) is her son and pretty much a brother to me.
I have the same problem with my Nidoking, a good pair of earmuffs are a must.
I got a pair made out of furfrou fur through mail order that work like a charm but it might make it hard for them to hear you.
I grew up with him since her was a little Nidoran, I gotta admit that it took some time for him to get used to me at first.
My advice is to keep a good supply of pecha berries and antidotes.
Honestly I don't care much for nidoran and there evolutions I was considering them at first but then I learned that Scolipede was the largest poison Pokemon surprisingly and figured that she's cute and can make for a fairly comfortable mount
>on a train, coming back from snowpoint after making a few sketches of the ruins.
>SHIT DRAWING WEATHER, hands frozen to my sketch pad
>Whatever, got some cool images
>Nearly back at sunnyshore
>decide to go grab a bite to eat
>dining car nearly empty
>Eh, I like the silence
>sit down, decide to have some coffee with litwick and my kirlia
>Hear someone sipping something
>The hell? I thought no one was nearby?
>IT'S FUCKING CYNTHIA
>Slowly turn head back.
>Don't want to bother her by taking a picture, so I quickly sketched it out instead
What do I do?
No clue. Seems to just be chillin. Maybe taking the long way back to league? I know she travels around a lot. Seeing as her lucario's asleep, she's probably been sitting there for a while.
Eh, no. her lucario would probably rape me instead.
She visits Snowpoint every now and then.
She's still trying to find out what's the deal with the temple on the back of the town. I've seen her every now and then.
I have a question. I'm going for my 4th badge, which is Roark, but my team is either weak to rocks or can't hurt them. Porygon-Z's Tri-Attack gets countered by the rock types, my Froslass get's beatne easily and my Jolteon gets beaten by Earthquakes.
Any ideas? I think I may come back later and challenge Volkner instead.
I'm not really fond of Floatzels, they seem to be pretty aggresive.
On the other hand, I found an abandoned egg.
It doesn't seem to be close to hatching. I wonder what'll come out of it.
>Trainer of a somewhat spoiled gengar
>during summer (Johtofag) I invite him to cuddle with me to sleep
>now season is changing; too damn cold to be near my Gengar
>assigns him to sleep in separate rooms during winter
>this dipshit keeps sneaking back into my bed every night: caught a cold 2 times this month because of this
I know I brought this to myself, but any solution for this? I have an early flight to Kalos tomorrow for business, and just as much as I love my Pokemon, I want to show up not sick and presentable for work.
Deets on where I can purchase that in Johto?
Everytime I get him toys whenever he accompany me to trips but he gets bored with them easily. Now we have room packed with toys he never played with
I would say that Porygon 1 is by now a common pokemon: DRM or not, we'd have cracked it's source code.
Then everyone who isn't a retard can compile their own!
The upgrades would be more in demand then, and a in-world company would probably make a killing from the data.
I wonder: Didn't Team Rocket create the first Porygon in the Manga? What if a Team-Rocket copycat hacker group are using Porygon to hack into/fish/download the data from bill's/whomever's PC so they can duplicate the pokemon?1
>So I decided to teach my Gardevoir how to play chest.
>She seems to understand the game pretty. >She knows what each piece is assigned to do and the way they move.
>We had a few practice games to get her into the feel of the game.
>After that she was ready
>Damn she good!
>Games getting intense.
>Game last for an hour.
>In the end, she got me, check mate!
>She stood up and shouted in victory!
>I congratulated her on her victory.
>She hugs me for a good game and start setting up for another.
>Time for another hour long game.
Xatu can only see an unaltered future, so if the future is not one in which it wins at the game (which is highly likely), then it's ability is basically useless after the first divergent move unless it looks into the future after every move.
Is my Pokémon asexual? I take her to the daycare to breed as she's of breeding age, and she refuses the advances of any male in her egg group. I ask her what's wrong and she just huffs and crosses her arms. She's in her ball now. I don't need to breed or anything, just wandering what's up with it.
Does anyone know where to buy a good suit with excellent Psy resistance? I want to kill my neighbor who's been fucking his female Delphox for quite some time. I got my Kalashnikov ready to kill the motherfuckers.
Depends. If she's being fucked against her will, you won't need one. If she enjoys it you'll be burned to a crisp. And if she enjoys it, why kill them? If he's doing her against her will, waste the fucker and drop her into the Daycare.
She's a Gardevoir. Apparently they're quite monogamous. I don't think she prefers to be by herself because she's always been very affectionate with me and is happy being around the rest of my team, but she just rejected any Pokémon at the Daycare .
Ok, this question is going to nominate me for retard of the year but does anybody know how I can check my mon's ability using a pokedex or the GUI on a storage system? I've been trying to find out just what my Sylveon's ability is for over a month, but there's no sign of him having Cute Charm and I haven't been able to go out as often because of college work, which is annoying in regards to the aforementioned predicament because there is only one mon within my general vicinity that has a non-neutral reaction to Fairy-type moves and it is rare as shit, and the ones that resist Normal are all Steel-type so they'd be of no help.
Aren't there any rock-types you can test it on? Maybe someone at your college has one; challenge them to a battle or something and see if your Sylveon's Normal moves are more effective than they'd otherwise be.
Ok let me reword that last sentence - there's a shitton of mons neutral to both Normal and Fairy, an impossible to find one weak to Fairy and then some who are part Steel and therefore resist both types.
One of my friends has a Boldore but he just won't fight no matter what we try to do. He's pretty obedient when it comes to everything else, thankfully. I'll go ask him later on if I can convince Boldore to let my Sylveon use a low effort Hyper Voice and see his reaction.
I finally caught a Weedle, and made him into a Beedrill.
However, he's vicious towards every other teammate I've had, even Steelix.
How do I calm my Beedrill? It's seriously becoming a problem, as he unceremoniously killed another trainer's Granbull.
Why are the women on the "evil" teams so great
I'd say it's due to your Kadabra. Typing comes in play with the relationships between Pokemon.
Anyway... How do I get rid of the Abomasnow on my front lawn? My Pokemon (all at least partial Dragon types except for Heliolisk, who simply ignores the stupid thing) refuse to go out of my house unless in their Pokeballs because of it.
I don't know if I could do that, we're pretty close. I've always been fairly affectionate with my team, and I just see it as part of the relationship I have with my Pokémon. Like, I couldn't just tell her to go away when she sits and leans against me, could I?
What exactly are you implying?
>Zygarde's new. I'm having trouble figuring him out in general. I caught him on my trip to Unova when I found him attacking a town. He was fine back in Hearthome, I don't think I have to worry.
Surrrre. And Shelgon can fly, too.
My Kangaskhan (Winslow) keeps adopting breeding rejects she finds. I know Kangaskhan are naturally motherly, but I can't provide for all of them. It was cute back when she brought me a Pidove, who's now a beautiful Unfezant (Carefree) but it's getting out of hand.
I investigated this by leaving her with my Milotic, also female, and then with my Electivire who seems to be a total stud at the daycare. There wasn't any particular strong difference in the way they interacted, and she wasn't physically interacting with either, but they both seemed to communicate well and get along equally. Anyone know what's up?
I understand that you don't want to treat your pokemon differently from eachother, but Gardevoirs are pokemon that really need to be lightly nudged away from you every now and again.You see, your happy thoughts are like junk food to your Gardevoir. She'll develop a casual addiction to it if you don't set boundaries to how much she can get from you. She probably thinks that you'll stop paying as much attention to her if you use her for breeding or something, Gardevoirs are weird like that. Anyway, if you don't want her to be attached to your side at all times then you're going to have to make her get more comfortable interacting with other pokemon as soon as possible. Try not to delay it because if she gets too focused on you then you're at the point of no return and you're going to have to accept her minor obsession with you if you want her to still be happy.
That's not completely accurate-- I own a Gardevoir, and she isn't clingy at all with me. If she thinks I'm doing something dumb, then sure, she'll nag me about it, but she's pretty self-reliant.
She does mother the children at the school I work at, though, but thank god for that because otherwise I'd be up the creek without a paddle. Kindergarteners are a handful.
Jellicent anon from before here.
I've been trying to teach her right from wrong, and it's been working so far. I came back since I have a question I would like to ask.
How should I scold her when she does something wrong? Verbally? Not feeding her Pokepuffs?
I'm not sure if its that bad, yet. I've made a point of asserting my authority verbally with my team, especially seeing as I have a strong species (an Aggron, not a boisterous or insolent one, I just can't take the risk) on my team. I make sure I'm in control 100% of the time. I set boundaries, and I'll put her in her ball when I need to and I'll sleep alone most of the time too. I'll bear that in mins, but her behaviour doesn't seem clingy, its just cute stuff like cuddling under a blanket whilst I read on a cold night. Just like how I often sit with Milotic's head on my lap chilling on the couch.
Ideally you do it from birth, but discipline can be enforced by verbal scolding, removal of privileges such as treats for larger misbehaviours etc. But be careful not to be too harsh, and remember to give affection when they win battles/ behave well. They're your friends and partners too.
That said, I think I treat them well, and I consider them my friends. I share affection with them frequently, and don't have to scold them too harshly these days as they know how to act. I'll still tell them what not to do, though. I'm not like those people who abuse their Pokémon.
>this is a general now
For what purpose. Why do you fags always have to ruin everything by making it a general. Fuck you all.
I came across a few Pokemon Ranches that were willing to accept them. However, my other Pokémon refused to let a Girafarig leave. Probably something to do with Normal-Type camaraderie
The fucker was harrassing a town in the east. I happened to be in the area, needless to say I put everything I had into trying to catch him.
Almost lost my own life, got a lucky break when I found out my Garchomp inparticular was just able to over power it.
Only legendary pokemon Ive ever caught. Ive heard rumors that there are more than one though. Mine likes to just sit and meditate though, rarely listens to me, but at least he isnt violent.
I decided not to give him a name, felt weird giving something as immortal as him one.
Yeah, they then proceeded to do jack shit. They must have sent out a noobie, because she thought that sending out her Raichu and firing a Thunder off into the air was enough to scare the Farfetch'd off permenantly. They kept tearing up my leeks and I got tired of it, so I didn't plant any this time, but they're still there. There haven't been any leeks for months!
Do you guys think the whole "Mew" thing is real? I'm curious how it really look like. They say it look like a cat. Like, a persian, skitty or something?
He's the only mon I keep out of its pokeball, and he's the one I battle with the most. We're best buds, I don't think it's because of lack of affection that he acts this way.
I heard Yamasks were once human, maybe he has memories of that time?
I've never heard of that but that sounds very unlikely. What I have heard is that if you put the mask on and let your Yamask run around in your body every now and then, it helps them calm down their sobbing until they evolve. Apparently they don't cry at all once they evolve.
Whatever warning you're giving us for. Please dont let it happen.
Here is what Im asking you to do:
Go to the Zoo tomorrow.
Go see some stuff from outside Kalos. Please?
You don't understand anon. Everything is out of my control. It wasn't even my idea in the first place.
And before you guys try to track my location or something, don't bother. Our Porygon2 blocks that kind of thing.
>Out of our control
Its almost Christmas time. Two months away but still, Im right now out of my element freezing my ass off to be with my family because I enjoy it. My pokemon dont mind coming up here and my #3 problem is a Zygarde thats practically a robot.
You are always in control Anon. You just have to find something you like first. What do you like?
I met Giovanni a few years ago believe it or not, he was a family friend. I don't remember much of him, except I was really afraid of his Nidoking, which he loved to show.
The thing is, if you saw how the guy ended, would make you think twice about turning into crime. Depressed in his own gym, then he lost the gym, then he ran away from his family "trying to find himself". Last time we heard from him he was fighting kids in Unova.
Drop criminal life, man.
I can't back out now. I'm in too deep, and they punish runaways who get caught.
I wanted to warn you all since I don't even want to go through with this. It's better if things are less messy.
I can't just up and leave either, because they're using my Porygon2 to defend against cyberattacks.
Pretty sure if you go to the cops right now with what you know, you can get some kind of protection from your "employers." They can probably even get your Porygon2 back for you. You don't need to do this.
>>24605860 here, thanks to >>24605878 with his purity seal advice,?I finally got a decent sleep in a long time. Only another problem; Gengar is having a 2 day long (so far) tantrum by staying invisible around the house and occasionally knocking fragile things off.
I know he's wanting attention but I literally, /literally/ can not play with him for 10 hours straight.
I guess feed him poffins? Idk
Go catch a buddy for him to play with. That may help. Some base evolution ghost type.
This has a small chance of backfiring if the pokemon you happen to catch has a naughty nature, so try finding one that is more calm and subdued.
Nah, hes just playing around. If he doesnt happen to spit it out in the hour, thats when you should worry, as then hes just tormenting it. thats when you should tell him to spit the poor thing out (it cant actually eat the pumpkaboo, luckily.)
Unless you happened to catch a pumpkaboo that likes playing tricks. In that case, the two might have planned this to scare you. Like, maybe the pumpkaboo will pop up later and tty scaring you by pretending its the ghost of the pumpkaboo that was eaten (yes, i know, thats dumb, considering the type, and yes, I have seen it happen) or when you ask him to spit it out, he'll open him mouth and point inside, at which point you'll put your head closer to the opening upon seeing nothing and then he'll jump out to scare you. Or perhaps they have something else planned.
YOu think thats bad. My neghbors Rotom SOMEHOW managed to convince my Porygon to help it in a prank. made my neighbore think his computer had some kind of virus, then scared the sit out of him.
Yeah, ghost types love their pranks.
I feel sorry fir the guy. Rotom are pretty difficult to deal with in their own right, as they tend to be rather mischevious (although, they tend to stop after a bit once they know you've had enough, unless it actually likes its new accomodations. Thats why its always reccomended to get a rather high end computer just for them to play around with), but paired with a porygon... Yeah, his day must have been bad.
Rotoms generally try to make it up to thier owners after, though. Usually by making thier computera faster or downloading certain things. I know of one that decided to hack his trainer into the hall of fame once. That was a spectacle. It was quickly sorted out, however, from what I remember.
Update: So it turns out you were correct, my Gengar was just torturing the shit out of poor creature. He's acting extremely hostile toward this pumpkaboo, especially when I'm holding her.
>pumpkaboo and I both greatly traumatized
>probably send this Pokemon to my parents' back in Azalea town so she can have a decent life
Wait, did you just catch it and then just send it out to play with your gengar without explaining why? Because then it probably assumed you were replacing it instead of trying to make it happier by having both you and someone else to play with, as you wouldn't always be there to be around for it.
Hey, what the hell's happening to my Carnivine?
I notice it ate something, but now, it's literally hurling acid all over the place. Not only that, it's black and corrosive. What the hell could it have eaten and should I consult the Pokecenter? Or is it just a minor issue?
If it helps, I noticed it hanging around a swarm of Venipede. I hear they have dye-like properties for the insides, but his mouth looked totally normal even after eating 8 of them.
Okay, now your just making it worse. Get out of the closet with your pumpkaboo, apologize to your buddy (he wont hurt you, your his trainer and he cares for you) and apologize and explain (this is the important part) instead of hiding in a closet. He probably also didnt expect you to literally hide in a closet after what he did.
So I want to become a Pokemon Hunter. Steal treasures like nuggets and dragon fangs from wild Pokemon, or outright lead parties to hunt them down and have them made into nice suits and food.
What do you recommend as a first Pokemon for me? A sneasel or a Fennekin might suit for stealing stuff. From there I can work my way up and gather stronger Pokemon for brute force.
I taught my chatot some cannibal corpse lyrics and taught it to headbang. It great
Thanks for the advice anon. I think Gengar finally understood my intentions and finally getting around to know his playmate.
Pumpkaboo is still terrified of him for some reason, but hopefully that's because she's just timid and still traumatized from Gengar's "pranks" from few hours ago.
Nah, I want to work my way up to hunting big flying pokemon like dragons, and Dugtrio can't last very long in a fight. But maybe a Gengar with mean look would work.
Also, hunting wild pokemon is perfectly legal, unless you're a Team Plasma shill
Well, gengars are known to be rather rough when playing with other pokemon (especially ghost types) but it really shouldnt be too much of a problem. As long as he doesn't outright bully him and the pumpkaboo starts playing along with him in the near future, it should be fine.
I sort of have a bit of a problem. At least, I think it's a problem. Eona, my Latias, seems to be... Attracted to my Zoroark. He, however, is not interested at all. I think he may be slightly bothered by it, in fact. What do I do?
Last time I was in Kanto, there was a game corner. You could buy the coins and buy a Vulpix there. Make your Vulpix spit some "light" fire in them. Just burn them slightly without making them faint. Or die.
I agree with calling a Ranger. You should make sure they're fed well, because you might get a commendation for finding a large population of an endangered species!
In my opinion, it's not an infestation: it's a good sign for the future of Farfetch'd!
I just bred my Feraligatr with a Mareep. Needless to say, the project was successful, leading with only one miscarriage.
Now the offspring inherited some Agility alongside new amphibious properties. In short, expect them to fish and mine for you soon after the project is done.
That is going to be one cool, hard-hitting Crawdaunt! Make sure to EV train its Attack Stat, alright? Crawdaunt can be a pain-dealing machine if bred the right way, and you've certainly bred it correctly!
One of my other sucessful breeding prjects (and this one was a long one) involved an aggron, a Tyrantrum, followed by evetualy breeding the resulting aron (now a Larion) with a Gabite, resulting in a Aron that had acess to both Dragon Rush, and the dreaded Head Smash. Might not be the most accurate, buth when it hits, it hits HARD
I have Aggronite if you want it. In fact, I'm lucky enough to have THREE pieces of Aggronite. Sounds like you're into heavy hitters! Me? I go for a very unorthodox idea: EV training my heavy hitters in HP to increase their durability and damage dealing potential.
HOLY SHIT I THINK I SAW A LEGENDARY
It was yellow, with a purple mane. It went running across the place, and there were thunderbolts around it every time it leaped.
It was beautiful. I believe that's a Raikou, right?
This is the kinda shit that got pokephiles banned before, cut it out.
But I'm sitting here with a timer ball holding a green hexagon snake.
I still haven't told my folks I have this thing. If I let him out I doubt he'd attack, I guess I'm more concerned with him just...sitting there like a drone. Theres no experts on Zygarde as far as I'm concerned so all of it's experimentation for me.
I've read some books and stories on Zygarde. It's a Kalosian legend, apparently monitors the ecosystem.
A legend regarding it is that it's actually a core cell then a bunch of sales kmaking it up. THe "normal" Zygarde is at 50% or so, and nobody has seen the "Perfect" form.
I am still hyped with the fact I just saw a Raikou. They are pretty fucking dope.
I got a Gardevoir, Delphox, Xatu, Starmie, and Espeon.
I'll try one of those. Might get some sort of result.
Time to go to the library, hopefully thats not loaded with snow.
It's probably normal. I mean, Legends tend to do crazy shit. Didn't Groudon and Kyogre enter a massive fight until Rayquaza told them to fuck off? It's probably it's "normal" thing to do nothing, just watching the place?
I also reccomend looking for some green blobby thingies, they are called "Zygarde Cells" and it's the key to make Zygarde achieve Perfect form. Good luck with it!
In other regions, we give our Pokémon items to hold, and they have special effects. That item was a Choice Scarf. It give the Pokémon 1.5x speed, but it can only use the first move it uses when sent out into a battle.
But yes. I'm still 30 mins away from Snowpoint and I already saw like 700 Swinubs. It's crazy, I just hope it doesn't get as bad as last year.
Also, What's up with Raikou? I can still hear some thunders even when I saw it like 3 hours ago.