Cinccino should on paper be my least favorite Pokèmon.
It evolves with a stone ( I do not hate stones but i do not prefer them)
It has the gimmick of gaining fur or hair after evolution (like mega Altaria and Ampharos)
Is part of the Generation with probably the most forgettable Pokémon
I am currently playing through Pokémon Black Version and this time around I used Emboar (for the first time). While playing through most of the game, i noticed how OP the Pokémon is. It had grown to level 44 before the 7th gym, and this is not me just being carried by it, i did not use it during...
These Pokémon usually get a lot of hate due to their designs but if you ask me, i generally do not have a problem with these Pokémon.
Though i do like their pre-evolutions more then the final-evolutions.
I like the concept, especially Simisage being based on the bōsōzoku subculture in Japan.
The idea of this thread came from my recent Black Version playthrough. While i was in Driftveil city, i found a Vanilish. I gave it an exp share because it was pretty under-leveled compared to the rest of my team.
I few minutes later, i find a new Vanilish and it had a better Nature and...
For me, a generation is a time period of about 3 years. The thing is that i see my friends say that a generation is a set amount of games that came out during a specific time period.
What do you think a generation really is exactly?
I don't know, i feel like there is something GF are hiding, may it be primal forms or a completely new thing.
If you look past the whole "They stepped on a lego" meme. I actually have an idea of what is happening, maybe Cyrus pushed the pokémon to their limit and ended up transfoming?
I feel like food-mon can be a tad bit underrated sometimes, Pokémon like Slurpuff and Appletun feel so ridiculous that they become cool (at least in my eyes).
Alcremie has the gimmick of having 64 forms which i find quite interesting too.
The Vanilite may sound really stupid at first but when...
Like, i know this a dumb thread but this has been bugging me for a few days now. If we were in a world when Snorlax was the mascot of Pokémon, would you be against it or would you like it?
I just see that Snorlax has a few features that could make it a mascot, like:
1. It being a quite iconic...
Like, i can understand the stigma against Samurott but GF could not have done anything else honestly. If you wanted a Samurott that looked more like Dewott and Oshawott, then it would just look like a bigger Dewott.
Looking at the BDSP, i hope Unova remakes don't come.
I really hold BW and B2W2 close to my heart, they really fueled my love for Pokémon. It would really suck if they try and do the same thing they did to BDSP to BW, then call it a 'remake' or 'remaster'.