Today on “things I find open in random browser tabs”: A gen 1 time-lapse that condenses the entire sixteen days down to an hour.
At this speed puts so much in perspective. In hindsight we know that we made progress and beat the game. However, to actually see that progress in one sitting provides proof that even if you fall on your face, you’re still moving forward.
Froakie hasn’t proved to be too much of a challenge to train. He levels and grows like any other starter. He is the first Water-type stater Pokemon I have ever chosen.
I have never train a Lucario before, but when Riolu jumped out at me, I had a goo feeling about him.
Charmander provider a form of comfort for me. A new region, with new features and pokemon, with no way yet to trade up any of my old team, or gear, or babies of my team. Charmander is the one thing I know I can do right. So instead training him to be a Sp. Atk flaming ball of death, I’m going the other way and training him to Odd/Dragon Atk. No point in doing the same thing twice.
I dare you to look me in the eye and tell me that the last couple of weeks haven’t been totally nuts for Pokemon; with all the news about X and Y, Mega-evolutions, Plasma Blast, and Pokemon: The Origin, I can’t take it!
Frist off, I love playing the pokemon tcg, I get to bring my love for my favorite pokemon and play it with friends regardless of location, and the new Plasma Blast set is really awesome.
It looks like Pokemon: The Origin will be bringing Red’s tale to anime form. Not only will it be a bit more of a serious story, but it also looks like the animation style is higher quality, and I am jacked for it.
Finally, Mega Evolutions, enough said. This is so damn cool! We have split evolution trees, different forms, and now super battle modes? By the way, how is it that the term, “Megalution,” isn’t a big thing yet?
I love this photo so much, unfortunately I couldn’t find the original creator to credit them.
Pokemon, naturally, was the first thing to expose me to the word, “evolution.” However, that did create a few problems in my understanding when I became to comprehend it in reality. Which brings me to the point that Darwin would probably consider this slander on his name, or perhaps he’d find it as humorous as I do; I can’t say for sure because I didn’t get to know him personally.