BOOM. TAKE THAT, JAMES CAMERON! Just kidding, J.C. Please give me your money and your weird undersea exploratory vessels.
With that out of the way, let's look at some underrated moves, shall we?
Lads and ladies, it may shock you to know - but I remember the seventies. I know, I know, most of you weren't even alive during that particular decade - by default you'd have to be over thirty already - but I also am quite aware that I am not the only Pokébro of a certain age out there. I grew up but my love for Pokémon never died.
What was it like in those dark ages? Well, it was pretty chill. Why, in the very month I was born Led Zeppelin released Houses of the Holy - if that wasn't a portent of my future rockin' nature, I don't know what is. No doubt I was also tuned into the disco grooves - the first album I ever bought was the Bee Gees' soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever when I was six years old. I've even enjoyed the nascent electronica of the day (I still keep Warm Leatherette by The Normal on my iPhone) although I didn't discover that until I was 13. Truly, though, the seventies were the decade when rock transformed from the rebellion into art. In 1975 Springsteen's Born to Run spoke urban poetry to the chords of the electric guitar.
Another thing about the seventies - the toys were different. Yes, we had *real* *metal* *lunchboxes* with Scooby Doo on them. Plastic thermoses inside. You didn't have to go to the collector's store to get them either, they were just at the regular store. Seriously, though, one of the biggest differences - our toys didn't require so many batteries. Definitely not rechargeable batteries even. Let me posit a challenge to you younger bros and gals. Go to your local drug store and check out some D cell batteries (if you can find them). Then realize that I had a portable radio that required eight of those.
What you really won't believe, though, is that . . . I can barely admit it . . . well . . . people used to sell . . . rocks. Smooth rocks. Pretty rocks. Pet rocks. I used to have one. I loved it. I carried it with me everywhere. In a way it was, almost, like a Pokémon.
Whats! Up! E-very-bo-dy! This is Pierre (aka Politoedable) for your weekly Move of the Week! It's great to be here in the PKMNCAST universe with all of you guys, discussing one of my favourite aspects of the game: moves. I mean yes, abilities are important, and so are items. But when you think of it, it's the moves that drive the battle onward. Imagine God-almighty Arceus with Cut, Defog, Rock Smash, and Whirlpool. Not so tough now huh? Now of course no one gets that extreme to putting four near-useless HMs on the PKMNGOD, but hey, I’m just trying to prove a point.
So let's get our MotW started! I'd like to begin our epic MoTW journey with a boom. That's right guys, let's talk about EXPLOSION.
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There are a ton of TMs in the Pokemon world. I'm sure a couple of those Technical Machines, most Trainers overlook and forget to use. Today let's try to make some of those less popular ones a bit more useful. While 140 TMs are available, today we will only touch on a couple.
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