Posts Tagged ‘Scrafty’

Trainers of Kanto: The British Gent

Ahoy there! We’re finally here in Alola. What more is there to say? Time to track down those Alolan Exeggcutors! The British Gent Gent’s journey started when he was fifteen years old. He asked for a Game Boy Color for Christmas in anticipation of Pokémon Red and Blue which he had read about in Nintendo […]

The Fluff: The Shiniest of Shinies

Hello, my dear PUCLonians, and welcome to another foray into the Fluff! So useless, yet so softly pleasant. This week Snag and I have something a little different for you: we’re both discussing shinies, but while he’s venting about the ones he despises (in his Anything Goes column, as ever, be sure to check that […]

Double Trouble: Room for Trick Room

Prepare for Trouble, and make it Double! And this week’s topic is indeed a frequently troublesome one for many a VGC player: Trick Room! For those unfamiliar with Trick Room, it is a move that “twists the dimensions” of a battle for five turns, making slower Pokémon attack before their faster counterparts while it is […]

Today’s Topical Type is: Dark!

Hello once more, my dear PUCLonians, and welcome to a special night-time sharing of my research! The timing could not be more appropriate, as my current subjects are never as comfortable as they are in the soft shadow of twilight… that’s right: this week’s Topical Type is Dark! Section 1 – Introduction Let me tell […]

Double Trouble: The VGC is Intimidating

Prepare for trouble, and make it double, Puclonians! In this week’s installment of Double Trouble, PUCL’s weekly series about the VGC format and double battles, I fear things could get… a little scary, and not because any haunting Ghost types are the subject. Rather, today’s topic is the intimidating… Intimidate ability! Intimidate, just a single […]

Double Trouble: Faking It

Prepare for trouble and make it Double, Puclonians! Double Trouble of course, the weekly series about the VGC format and double battles, now back to regularly scheduled non-holiday Wednesdays. It is 2015 now; you are probably either still giving lip service to New Year resolutions that you know you won’t actualize or not even bothering with […]

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