Posts Tagged ‘Mega Swampert’

Trainers of Kanto: Bigby

Hello to all my beautiful PUCLonians! I hope I get to battle some of you in the UUTC with my terrible, untested, thrown-together team. I remember around this time last year, I knew almost nothing about competitive Pokémon. Now, thanks to PUCL, I know a few things but I’m still very novice and terrible. But […]

Anything Goes: My game had a leak and now it’s spoiled…

  Hello PUCLonians! This week there was a Coro Coro leak about Volcanion this week, but prior to that, there was a faked leak showcasing some rather dubious (in hindsight) fake starters and potential designs of the main characters. These two events got Fluffiest and I thinking about leaks, fakes, and spoilers of the past […]

Double Trouble: Weather Wars I – Make it Rain

Prepare for Trouble, and Make it Double, Puclonians! Last Friday marked the first day of Spring which makes for the perfect justification to write about a topic I have been saving for just such an occasion: weather! This will be the first entry of a three-week special all about weather, this installment focusing on Rain […]

Today’s Topical Type is: Starters!

Hello, my dear PUCLonians, and welcome to a trilogy of special reports from yours truly! I may have run out of actual Pokémon types, but I feel there are a few special categories of Pokémon you might still want to see researched. So of course we’ll start from the very beginning of any Trainer’s journey… […]

P.U.C.L. #157 ORAS Launch Live Show

Thatch, Scizorkick, Scron, Ethan, Dr. Shamu, Viger, and Gator team up this episode to hang out and talk about the new pokemon game that was released. Mailbag: What is you favorite part of ORAS so far? Email us the answer at Don’t forget to like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, follow us on Tumblr, subscribe […]

The Roleout: Pivots

Hey everyone! Welcome to the third edition of the one and only Roleout! Where every other week I pick a competitive role and analyse/explain it. Last week we looked into Leads, a very important role to a team. In fact, Cores and Leads are the two roles absolutely necessary to a team. You always have […]

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