Hello, my dear PUCLonians, and a very happy Easter to all those of you who celebrate it! On this happy holiday that modernity has translated to bunnies and (chocolate, for me) eggs, I thad originally wanted to put together an Easter-themed team… only to belatedly realize that Game freak has yet to release a Mega […]
Posts Tagged ‘Togekiss’
Pokemon News Issue #86
Welcome to Pokemon News here on PUCL. And BOOOOOOOOOYYYYY do we have some news to talk about. And by “some” I mean more than usual. So lets dive right in. In reveal news, the Steam Pokemon and the final mythical Pokemon of the 6th generation, Volcanion, has been officially revealed. The long awaited last Pokemon […]
Double Trouble: The Center of Attention Via Redirection
Prepare for trouble, Puclonians! And as always, make it double, because it is time for yet another installment of Double Trouble! And this week we cover a doubly important topic relevant just to the Doubles format: redirection! For anyone that does not play in Doubles, the concept of redirection is likely to be entirely foreign […]
Today’s Topical Type is: Fairy!
Hello, my dear PUCLonians! The time has come: we have finally reached the last of all the Pokémon types! If you’re still here with me, I thank you profusely, and hope this has been as entertaining for you as it has been for me. Are you ready for the sparkliest of magics to happen? That’s […]
Double Trouble: Back From Vacation – Returning Threats
Prepare for Trouble, and make it Double, PUCL! Double Trouble, of course: your regularly scheduled VGC and doubles-centric series and part of a balanced and nutritious PUCL diet (incomplete without consuming all of the other wonderful articles the rest of the writing staff regularly cooks up). For all the students out there, high school, college, […]
Today’s Topical Type is: Flying!
Hello once again, my dear PUCLonians! I’m here to bring you another chapter in my, and hopefully yours, if you’re interested, quest to understand Pokémon types from a Pokémon’s perspective. Professor Juniper conceded that, while my approach is not quite the one a human scientist would use, I am still getting valuable information, so she […]