PKMN of the Week: Jigglypuff


My dudes and ladies - it is a special time of year.  A time when friends from all over come in to town to visit, party, and generally cause a ruckus!  The best parade makes its way through town.  Nights go long with dancing well past last call.  At the street fair - what is that up on the stage?  A diva belting out the latest disco hits?

You got it!  It's June, it's Pride, and Jigglypuff is making it work!

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PKMN of the Week: Plusle and Minun

You saw it coming, didn't you? Due to our new shirts, we are going to talk about the PKMN who inspired those two shirts. By the way, if you pre-order, you get a FREE gift with it!

Plusle is a cheerful and supportive Pokémon, always encouraging comrades in battle by using the spark pouches in its cheeks. It is very compassionate towards its friends, and is known to cry upon witnessing a friend lose a battle. They are commonly referred to as cheerleaders for these actions. A Plusle may climb telephone poles to absorb electricity.

Minun creates electrical pom-poms and sparks to cheer on its partners. Minun's stats are geared towards defense whereas Plusle's stats are sweeper-oriented. Minun's movepool is nearly identical to Plusle, except that Minun learns Charm and Trump Card and lacks Last Resort.

Apparently, simultaneous exposure to electricity from a Plusle and Minun will promote circulation and boost vitality.

Fun Facts:

  • Minun shares the same species name with its partner Plusle. They are both known as Cheering Pokémon.
  • Minun/Plusle is considered by many fans to be a novelty Pokémon due to its general weakness unless paired in battle with Pokémon with it's partner. It appears mainly to showcase the double battle system introduced in its generation.
  • Plusle and Minun have the same base stat total and the same base stats, Although they are located in different stats.



MOTW: Last Resort

As we’re celebrating the ‘month of the Eevee’ we only thought it would be fitting if the move of the week this week was Eevee based. This is a move that any Eevee trainer should consider, as all Eeveelutions can learn it. It’s also kind of a quirky move and it’s  only been around for one generation now. Let’s look at the last move in our arsenal...

Last Resort, as I said has only been around since Gen IV from the 493. It has 130 power now, but once Gen V comes along that will be changing to 140 power and keeping it’s 100% accuracy. To get right down to the nitty-gritty, this is how it works. So, as it...

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