Slowpoke, the Dopey pokémon and current head of the “Most Unfortunate” category. I do believe that it’s species name explains why, poor fellow. It is 3′ 11″, has the abilities Oblivious and Own Tempo, with the Hidden Ability Regenerator, and a weakness to Ghost-types, Dark-types, Bug-types, Electric-types, and Grass-types. While Slowpoke is a very cute pokémon, and I’m certain it’s very powerful in the right circumstances, I just don’t have a love for him the way I do other pokémon. Please, allow me to explain. Read more
Greetings strangers! Please welcome Magikarp, the fish Pokemon. A water-type Pokémon, Magikarp comes with the common ability Swift Swim, or the rare hidden ability, Rattled. It is 2′ 11″, has a weakness to Electric types and Grass types, and a strength against Fire types and Ground types. Before I get started on why Magikarp is at the bottom of my list, I would like to explain my categorizing first.
Hello world, and welcome to Pokémonth! Read more
Seeing as it’s PokeMonth, AND Turkey Week, I thought I’d do a post on some of the most gourmet pokemon foods. So grab your berries and let’s get cookin’! Read more
Everyone is well aware of the games pokemon X and pokemon Y, but quite a few of my friends at least don’t quite understand the fearsomeness of the latest pokemon type to be added to the roster. Thinking about that, as well as what on earth I was going to do for PokeMonth, led me to decide to cover the latest the pokemon world has to offer.
Pokemon Art Academy, a simple spin-off of of the pokemon series and the Art Academy game. The game teaches you how to draw pokemon in a simple, fun way. The game starts by introducing you and a fellow artist, who are eager to become famous pokemon illustrators. Read more
So get your Vs. Recoders charged and buy up the potion stock at your local pokemart, because I’m going to give my thoughts on pokemon games, spin-offs, and some pokemon themselves! (By the way, enjoy our pokemonth logo, the Hero Ball!)