Mega Monday: Manectric

Mega Monday: Manectric

This Mega Monday is the best Mega Monday. Why? Alliteration always accentuates an article! This ‘M’ Pokémon first appeared in the Hoenn in Gen III. He’s the main Pokébro of gym leader Wattson, and with good reason! he’s got great speed and special attack, and a really strong movepool to take full advantage of those stats. A round of applause, please, for Manectric and Mega Manectric, the discharge Pokémon.

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Fairy Friday: Togekiss

Fairy Friday: Togekiss

This Fairy Friday is all about the final evolution of the mysterious little egg Togepi, Togekiss! Togekiss can be a difficult Pokémon to acquire as Togepi is not found naturally in X and Y (Friend Safari) and must be received as a gift or hunted for with the PokéRadar in some of the previous games. After that you'll need lots of friendship and a Shiny Stone.

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Mega Monday: Gengar

Mega Monday: Gengar

The ‘Shadow Pokémon’ originated in Kanto and has been a fan favourite ever since. Gengar was also one of the first Pokémon ever designed in the manga preceding the video game, and is featured in the opening scene of the first ever Pokémon episode, making Gengar a staple of the franchise since day one.

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Fairy Friday: Sylveon

Fairy Friday: Sylveon

Imagine this, you have an Eevee you have had this Eevee for a long time, (maybe since I don’t know Fire Red?) This Eevee has traveled with you through Kanto to Sinnoh and even to Johto, then to Unova. Now its time for Gen VI, and now that Pokébank is finally out your precious Eevee can come into the wonderful new region of Kalos.

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Mega Monday: Aggron

Mega Monday: Aggron

Aggron is reacting to the held Aggronite! That must mean it’s Mega Monday (on Wednesday)!

Today’s Pokémon first appeared in Generation III and has been one of my favorites since because of its bulkiness and a familiar look that has led me to consider it as the spiritual successor of the “first” Pokémon Rhydon. Please welcome Aggron and Mega Aggron, the Iron Armor Pokémon.

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Sorry, It's Fake

Sorry, It's Fake

Hopefully you guys liked... or... eh... enjoyed our April Fools' joke! We enjoyed making it a lot! Who is we? Well... Wil Brendel did both the Mega Raichu illustration and the in-game mockup. Myself, SBJ, did the page layout of the pic, all the fancy text edit, and printed it out to make it look a tad bit more real. Also a quick shout out to Travis Parton (Travi$ 2.0) for helping with the translations. 

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April Issue of CoroCoro Debuts Mega Raichu [Update]

April Issue of CoroCoro Debuts Mega Raichu [Update]

The April 2014 issue of CoroCoro has unveiled that Raichu will be getting a Mega evolution. The leaked issue doesn't show much more than the top page, so it is unclear if any other new Mega Pokémon are coming with Mega Raichu or when said Pokémon will be available in game. We are still waiting on translations for the page. 

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PUMP: Power UP My Pokemon - Flareon Edition

PUMP: Power UP My Pokemon - Flareon Edition

There once was a wee lad who had to borrow a Game Boy to play the latest video game craze all his friends were into. Obviously, I’m that little boy—er was that little boy. And since playing that first Pokémon game (I actually played Red and Blue equally so no preference there), I’ve had the same favorite Pokémon - Pokémon # 136 Flareon. Why?

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