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Pokemon of the Week #31 – Alolan Ninetales

Hello PUCL, is anyone else feeling particularly chilly today? The weather report said there was a Snow Warning but with a chance of a Pokemon taking the world by storm (it actually turned out to be true here in Canada because it snowed yesterday). That’s right it is Alolan Ninetales! This Pokemon is cold as ice …

Double Trouble: Hail to the Veil

Twas the week before Christmas, when all throughout PUCL The writers wrote Christmas articles, ‘til they tired their knuckles. For Double Trouble the topic of Ice Has now been done not once, not twice, but thrice.   Prepare for Trouble, and make it TRIPLE, PUCLonians! It astounds me that this is my third annual Winter …

Double Trouble: Need for Speed Control

Prepare for Trouble, and make it Double, PUCL! Alola to you all (does that become a thing now?). Welcome to the first installment of Double Trouble to be released AFTER Pokémon Sun & Moon! VGC 17 is now officially a thing! The first major tournament, the London International, is just days away and virtually anything …

Top 5 7th Generation Competitive Pokemon Prospects

  Along with its tropical weather and tasty malasadas, the Alola Region of the Pokemon Universe has brought much to the table in terms of competitive battling. Even after analyzing the stats, abilities, moves, and typings of all these new Pokemon, it is a rather daunting task to form some sort of coherent “Top” list, …

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 …

Today’s Topical Type is: Fire!

Hello, my dear PUCLonians! How are you all doing? Here in Nuvema Town, the days are getting shorter and chillier… I have to be careful when I step outside, so that I don’t get swept away by a gust of strong wind, or soaked by a heavy rain (which would solve the getting swept away …