There are plenty of Pokémon with beards but one in particular has been sticking with me this week. Today is the launch day for Pokémon Black 2 and Pokémon White 2, so we all get to make that decision again - who will be our starter: Snivy, Tepig, or Oshawott? Let's be honest, many people are going to reclaim their starter from Pokémon Black or Pokémon White.Read More
Host: SBJ and David
We here at the Pokemon Podcast are firm believers in Turtle Power. Well, Wil is, at least. Turtles, ninja or otherwise, are just awesome animals. So, with that in mind, I'd say it's about time to explore the terrific testudine potential of the Shellfish Pokemon, Blastoise. NOTE: The move Toxic wil (probably) not be mentioned in this article, for blatantly obvious reasons)
Hello, Ledybas and Jynx’s, and welcome to another fabulous installment of Pokemon of the Week! I’m actually typing this listening to Steve’s voice in the newest live show (which you guys totally should’ve listened to). And, in that chat, a Pokemon was suggested to receive the spotlight this week. That Pokemon is Empoleon!
Your opponent having a resistance against your current offense in a battle can ruin a strategy you have in place. You send out a Octillary first and your opponent sends out a grass type. s#&*... What if you could remove that advantage of typing? An underutilized strategy until now, here’s Soak.
Oshawott can fight skillfully by detaching the scalchop on its belly. The scalchop can be used for a variety of different things, such as a acting like a sword, shield, and boomerang.
If Oshawott is attacked, it will fight back using its scalchop without any hesitation. When eating, Oshawott uses its forepaws to move food to its mouth. (rather than going down on all fours to eat it).
- Oshawott is the only Water-type starter Pokémon to be based on a mammal.
- Oshawott is the only Water-type starter Pokémon to not have an "i" in its name.
- Oshawott is the only starter Pokémon whose name begins with a vowel, discounting Eevee.