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southpauz · 15 hours ago
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Hey everyone check out my Butterfree gijinka
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never-obsolete · 22 hours ago
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Pokémon HeartGold/SoulSilver - Pokémon Center
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prof-peach · an hour ago
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That big smile!!!
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He has glorious expressions.
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no-encores · 23 hours ago
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respectfulofwomen · 18 hours ago
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prof-peach · 21 hours ago
Peach: What do you have?
Murder King: A knife!
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I love the evil man
Wakes up and chooses violence every day just about. It’s cool, we keep him in check haha!
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wbrrrrrr · 6 hours ago
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★ブリムオン♀ アントワーヌ
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jarzardartportfolio · 16 minutes ago
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Cradily but it walks on its legs like this
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bakanohealthy · 21 hours ago
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gloria and hop into their late 20s/early 30s
my kinda sorta timeline’s gloria’s champion from age 14 to 26, loses her title in a match (instead of giving up the title like peony or mustard), then stays a professional trainer with a schedule at the battle tower. hop returns to casual training alongside his academic work near the end of gloria’s champion run, then becomes the professor that gives out dynamax bands.
#pokemon#swsh#champion gloria#professor hop#drift compatible#<- thats my tag for them in the same place#(marnie and bede are still leaders of their respective gyms)#I have some thots(tm) abt the next champion but theyre not. coherent. or ordered rn#so I'll hold onto that for a hot moment#meanwhile gloria going into her 30s finally getting to fulfill her bog hag destiny#she's good at this One Thing and it means a lot to her so thats just what she does now. for life#she still does that thing where she roams the wild area picking up promising trainers to drop at the leagues door#basically in like. a weird kind of investment at the end of which hopefully she gets to have a Really good opponent#and then dropping in to check on them once in a while to keep their head fresh#she is sadly that annoying person who only ever talks about one thing unless you actively share other experiences with them#(by sadly I mean you fucking know how it is and she's living her best life)#I think sonia's the one giving out starters and hop's the one that gives out dynamax bands and the rotomdex#sonia works closer with rangers while hop works closer with trainers#I still would like to believe in a game scenario in this part of the timeline#where you tag along with professor hop to finish a fun little gadget and run into bog hag gloria in the wild#just like. as a side quest#since she has some tension with the next champion it'd be fun#alright. alright thats it for now#I go to sleep now. its pretty late now I need my eight#I think about them so fucking much you cant imagie#have a good night guys! become bigfoot
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prof-peach · an hour ago
Why does the Lucario in the picture have such short aura sensors? Does he have weaker powers because of it?
Greys Lucario is without aura abilities. Genetics left him with no nubs, and thus no ability to harness that power.
He makes up for it with gumption, tenacity, and brute force. He’s sweet, team orientated, if not a little dumb at times. Maybe dense is the word for it.
Will help ANY Pokemon with bright enthusiasm and joy, very sturdy, a one-pokemon cheer squad!
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((‘I’ll add his name when IRL grey is home, because I cannot remember what it is right now haha))
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stimnasium · 14 hours ago
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Axolotl Build a Bear plush stimboard for @radioactive-goo!!
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astraldemise · an hour ago
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pokemonsona he dyes his fur sometimes
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picturesofgrandma · 15 hours ago
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put oleana in the sygna suit immediately
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prof-peach · 4 hours ago
What's your opinion on Pokemon Safari Zones? You spoke of a 'catch zone' on the island, though from what it sounds like, yours and the more common 'minigame' style seem very differently managed. While I'm not too sure how common they are anymore, I remember they bordered on cruel with their methods. Using rocks or bait doesn't seem like the way to cultivate a strong partnership!
Safari zones are kind of a grey area. Sure you can go in and act kindly, choose a non-violent method of befriending Pokemon, and do your best to make a strong connection, over catch a hundred Pokemon who hate you for throwing rocks at them. It’s a choice you the trainer can make. There’s always many ways to befriend or bond to a Pokemon, and if rock throwing is your go-to answer, well, sorry the education system did you dirty like that. ((worth noting here, the blog doesn’t run completely by the games rules, they’re too linear to take into account all the time))
That being said, they’ve adapted to the public cries for care and concern, and usually are wonderful places to rehome recovered and otherwise happy, healthy Pokemon back into a wilder environment. A lot of our recoveries ready for a new life go to the safari zone over in Kanto, and I’ve first hand seen their care facilities. They have on sight nurses, encouraging the Pokemon within to come to them for help, and usually run health and safety courses for new trainers who visit. Rangers and strong qualified trainers are employed to roam around with their teams to keep pokemon and people safe, and they don’t encourage youngsters of 16 and under to partake, as it’s quite unsafe and has led to a few dicey lawsuits.
They’ve adapted, and I think that’s admirable. Though their old methods seem a little outdated now, the facilities themselves offer a lot to the community. Researchers often go to these locations to meet and study pokemon in a mostly natural, but controlled environment, giving them insight into new and rare species. They also often house breeding programs for rarer or over hunted species, working hard to keep actual wild populations at healthy numbers.
Compared to how we work here, the regular safari zones are a lot more complex. We don’t give our “catch zone” a big radius, it’s a medium sized plaza in a well walked area. No balls or rocks are to be thrown, we ask people to make connections, play, we lay out games, organise sports events for the Pokemon and potential new trainers to show off, there’s special open days with food and drinks catered by local businesses, and of course all the accessories you could want for your new Pokemon with our resident groomers, and labs. Should you find a good match, we encourage both parties to come to the main office, and fill out an adoption form (more for us to know what’s coming and going), and get basic care instructions for the pokemons needs. If they’re young and live with family, we ask that we meet the adults and get an idea of where we’re sending the Pokemon, wether they can cope with the care, or special needs of the species.
Think of us like an adoption centre, more so than a safari zone. There’s a lot more to do here to make sure the Pokemon come first, but we see them go of their own free will and choice, which is top priority. Handling the cases we do, many of these pokemon may have health conditions or little quirks we can inform new trainers of, and we can provide care should issues develop down the road. Our policy is that if we’ve helped that Pokemon before, we will always help them again, no matter the issue.
We do however get many a disgruntled kid who finds a Pokemon they want, who is not in any way interested in being caught or kept. They come crying to us like they deserve to own and control them, and we have to be very diplomatic in saying that the Pokemon has as much choice and freedom as they have, and that forcing them to do something they don’t want to is unfair. Posing the question on them usually makes them think twice, and give up, or try to find a better fit.
I personally have few issues with the safari zones, they provide safe environments for many species who would suffer at the hands of poachers, and act as a bridge for Pokemon and humans to meet for a wide variety of reasons, be it study, capture, photography, hell, you can mountain bike around a lot of those places, offering great exercise for some who enjoy that kind of thing! They’re a multi-faceted infrastructure that has moved forwards in its approach to handling Pokemon. They have evolved.
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tallgrassstore · 17 hours ago
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Hey look! A new pattern!
I needed to add some "smaller", simpler amigurumi to my arsenal (that still show my skills off well) for conventions, and Drifloon seemed like a good start! I didn't quite get the Small part achieved (but, really, I never do. Its a crochet-disability) but Im happy with them all the same!
Their main body measures 6in, with an additional 8in for their leg... tassle... string things.
Both normal and shiny will be joining the lineup for AwesomeCon in a few weeks!
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