Pretty neat idea; I'll tell this to my buddies and maybe we could do our own Wonder Trade Wednesday.
11/27/2013 2:14:55 PM
Posted in: News
11/25/2013 3:19:10 PM
Posted in: Houndoom
Marriland has that info here. Go into the "Flavor" section of a Pokemon's page and look under "Species". In this case, Houndoom is a "Dark Pokemon".
11/17/2013 1:12:33 PM
Posted in: Quick Trades
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I have a Fire-type Safari containing Ponyta, Pyroar, and Braixen.
10/27/2013 11:56:53 AM
Posted in: Zygarde
That'd be anyone's guess, and I hope it's true. It wouldn't make much sense if it didn't, right?
6/22/2013 8:54:11 AM
Posted in: News
It's too bad about those problems, though I never had any trouble. Maybe it's because I live in Maryland? xD
Good luck getting the bugs fixed.
4/19/2013 6:42:52 PM
Posted in: News
While pondering what type Sylveon may be, I was playing my new Heartgold game (yes, I'm late) and I entered Whitney's gym for the first time. I saw all that pink and blue and white, yet it took me until beating her to realize how much the gym was like Sylveon's coloring. This supports the notion of it being Normal type, which seems highly likely to me. Pink can often represent Normal types when not describing Psychic types, so I think that it's much more likely.
I don't, at all, think it will be a new type. Just imagine how many Pokemon would have to change if Light type was introduced. A lot of Electric types, for sure, would have to either become or add the Light type to make sense. Too much change for one game.
2/15/2013 10:43:30 PM
Posted in: News
I just realized. Y'know how the Japanese titles of Pokemon X and Y have those double helix (DNA strands) above some of the letters? Most fans think X and Y are to represent the chromosomes. Specifically the ones that decide gender, which are of course, x and y. This would tie in perfectly to your speculation of Eevee evolving into Sylveon by gender.
I still want to hold onto my idea of evolution by Prism Scale. Seems as likely as the gender thing.
2/14/2013 7:31:40 PM
Posted in: News
Some are saying it reminds them of Milotic. Well, y'know how you evolve a Feebas into one? With a Prism Scale, in the newer games. And have you noticed the similar (more like the same) coloring of Sylveon and the Prism Scale?
I'm almost positive it'll evolve with a Prism Scale. It couldn't evolve from stone, because each stone is in a pair of some sort, and it seems to me like Sylveon will be alone - the only new Eeveelution for 6th Generation.
Another note. On the official Pokemon website, where it covers all the info they want to give on Sylveon, they say things like "What type is Sylveon? You'll have to wait to find out!". Sounds pretty mysterious, as though they're doing something new.
Light and Sound for Xerneas and Yveltal, as fans have already suggested. Sylveon could fit well into Light typing. Though Pokemon might have to change types -- Exploud and it's pre-evolutions would change to Sound type for sure if Pokemon went through with the new type idea.
That's all I know. Seems realistic to me.
12/14/2012 3:18:59 PM
Posted in: Marriland Forums Updates
How has Pokemon affected you?
Ah, this game affected me in ways I couldn't have ever imagined before I began playing. My first was Diamond -- the pink of Pearl was unappealing to me -- and I loved every second. Even in the frustrating moments, I understood it was a game, and games are made with the intention of creating entertainment. But it was more than entertainment to me. Nicknaming my Pokemon made me feel as though they were real. I treated them as friends, not like tools of battle. I made up stories about them -- love, fight, adventure... Even now I consider becoming an author and writing a book with characters entirely based off of the Pokemon I came to love in Pokemon Diamond.
I often surprised myself with the emotions that flowed through me as I came to significant points. Beginning battle with Dialga at the Spear Pillar, where I fought beside -- not behind -- my Pokemon against Team Galactic. Crossing my fingers throughout the entire duration of the Elite Four and the Champion, where I'd managed to defeat them all first-try with my Empoleon and company. Obtaining my first bred egg -- a conveniently Adamant Gible -- and still journeying with him it now as my beloved Garchomp named Raven. Reading, deciphering, and deepening the meanings of the books of the Canalave library.
In this sense I've come to realize how intensely Pokemon can effect a person. Not only did it inspire me to become the artist and author I am today, but it gave me cherished experience, a childhood. I haven't had any hard times in my life. Pokemon enriched it. Made me who I am. I haven't a longer past with Pokemon like those who obtained Red and Blue when it was released, but I consider myself to be quite knowledgable in Pokemon despite the fact that I only own Diamond, Platinum, White, Explores of Time, and Conquest. but to me it isn't the knowledge or skills, it's the much loved time of playing through the unreal places, and feeling as though I was actually battling my way in and out of Mt. Coronet to reach the the peak of plot and of mountain in this game. Diamond was my childhood, no doubt. Nothing else caused me to skip homework and even meals just to play, just to catch that one blasted Mesprit.
And it goes without mention what a time the side games have given me -- Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Explores of Time (what a mouthful!) and Pokemon Conquest. Mostly the former, due to the countless drawings and stories I've created blooming off of the simple concept and storyline. The latter was enjoyable, but not very characteristic or personal in meaning to me.
This may not have won me a 3DS, but I hope it has won you a few worthy minutes of your time. I feel it neccessary to note that I am at the minimum age required for this contest -- thirteen -- and although I've only been with Pokemon for five years I've had such a wonderous time with it.
5/9/2012 10:49:20 PM
I checked a type chart and found that Brick Break will cover Shadow Claw's not-very-effectiveness against both Steel and Dark. So I really don't think Garchomp's moves need to be discussed anymore. It's also kind of a pain to me that Garchomp receives more attention than the Pokemon I worked months to get. Seriously.Posted in: Team Help (BW)
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