Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon came out on Friday, and I think it's time that I explain the differences between them and Sun and Moon: Four new Pokemon. They are all Ultra Beasts. Stakataka is a Rock/Steel type, and is an exclusive to Ultra Moon. Blacephalon is a Fire/Ghost type, and is an exclusive to … Continue reading Sun and Moon vs Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon: What are the differences?
Let's say you didn't get Ash-Greninja and you need a Water and a Dark type. What are your options? You only have one good option: and that's to get a Sharpedo. Although Gyarados is available in Sun and Moon and it's mega evolution is a Water/Dark type, you won't be able to get its mega … Continue reading Pokemon Sun and Moon: Sharpedo
Pokemon has around for several years and there is one thing that has started in the original Red, Green, and Blue that still baffles people: Evolution. Several questions pop up regarding evolution, like why do some Pokemon evolve with a stone or with friendship, but arguably, the biggest question is why do some Pokemon evolve … Continue reading Mega Evolution
As you know, most Pokemon evolve. They usually evolve when you get them to a certain level, or use a stone on them, or trade them, or trade them with them holding an item. Indeed, Pokemon evolve in many different ways. Today I'm talking about a specific way: Friendship. If Pokemon were real, I hope … Continue reading Friendship
Hey guys, it's not that I'm forever alone, but rather my Pokemon is. What am I talking about? Well, I'll tell you. Does playing Pokemon ever get...boring? Don't worry, happens to everyone. About anything. Things get stale. Like bread. Bread tastes good. But eventually, it doesn't taste good. It's not that it tastes any different, … Continue reading Forever Alone
In the beginning, there were 15 types. Water. Fire. Grass. Normal. Electric. Poison. Ghost. Psychic. Flying. Dragon. Ice. Ground. Rock. Bug. Fighting. Creatures called Pokemon used these types. They were these types. Some were just one only, others were combinations of two of them. They used moves that were only one type. They were super … Continue reading The Fairly OddPokemon?
In my last post, I talked about something I got on my team called Pokerus. If you take that word apart, it is "Pokemon Virus". You probably think I'm crazy, right? Well, that would be normal. But it's like a shiny Pokemon. There aren't many people who know what a shiny is. But they're real. … Continue reading Pokerus