Hello my name is Dasher and I'm going to show you a sneak peek of my new comic series that I've been writing for a long while now I am representing it to the series here's a quick look at what you're going to be seeing in the future.
Scientist: how long until a Serum is ready?
Scientist 2: it'll almost be done we just need a test subject to test it On
?: get your human hands off me!
Scientist 3: calm down
(Eevee bites scientist)
One of the key elements of the Pokemon franchise is capturing powerful monsters that you can befriend and make them a part of your team who will assist you on your journey. Each an every Pokemon feel unique and different, and whatever team you make depends on your taste. You can a team made up of 6 different Dragon-Types. Maybe you only need 4 Pokemon on your team. Or maybe you want a team comprised of Shiny Pokemon that you either bred or Shiny-Hunted. You choose what team you want to make, making your adventure feel more personal. Not to mention, their with you on your journey, making you...
As someone who has loved Pokémon from the time I was in elementary school, I have read this book, and I must say, I cannot find any more good and positive things to say about it.
Basically, the protagonist Ash Ketchum learns a good lesson at the beginning of the book: always make sure to go to bed early on the night before the day of a big adventure. (In his case, it’s beginning a Pokémon journey.) Of course, that is a lesson we have all learned more than once, especially when the same thing happens to us most of the time.
At the beginning of every new Pokemon adventure, you're given a choice of either a Grass/Fire/Water-Type Pokemon, as a way for you to understand how Pokemon battles, type match-ups and raising one works. For the most part, these are the Pokemon that you get attached to the most and your adventure. It either has the highest level on our team, or it's your favorite Pokemon to use, there's something special about each and every starter Pokemon.
I would make a "Top 10" list, but the thing is that in every generation, no matter the starter is, the Fire Starter is my always my...
Moonlight sank in the cracks of the stone roof, illuminating The mossy walls and muddy floor. The shiny Umbreon's rings started glowing dimly. Then, there was something over head. The sound of foot steps carried by voices. They grew louder and louder until he * The Umbreon * Saw the faces of the people making the sound. " Aw poor thing! It's probably stuck down there! " One of them said, their voice echoed in the cavern. " I'll.. I'll go save it. " The other said, sounding afraid of how deep down the cavern was dug. He lifted himself off the mud into a sitting position as the kid lowered...
I am quite the longtime fan of the franchise known as Pokémon, and I have also read many of the books about it, too. Plus, since I have read this book more than once, I find it to be a great read, and I have also found plenty of good and positive things to say about it as well. :)
To start with, if I had to pick a favorite chapter in the book, it would be the one where James recalls his plan of “hiring someone to capture Pikachu for (him, Jessie and Meowth)” — namely, a kid named Todd Snap (although Todd is referred to as “Snap” in the book). Although they thought Todd...
(Next day at school, Serena came into the classroom and met Brock and Dawn)
Brock: Is that your natural hair color?
Brock: It's gorgeous.
Serena: Thank you.
Brock: See, this is the color I want.
Dawn: This is Brock. He's almost too gay to function.
Serena: Nice to meet you.
Gary: Nice wig, Dawn. What's it made of?
Dawn: Your mom's chest hair! I'm Dawn.
Serena: Hi, I'm Serena. Do you guys know where Room G is? "Health, Tuesday/Thursday, Room G ."
(The story starts when two people are getting their daughter ready for school)
Noah: This is your lunch, OK? Now, I put a dollar in there so you can buy some milk. You can ask one of the big kids where to do that.
Grace: You remember your phone number? I wrote it down for you, just in case. Put it in your pocket, I don't want you to lose it. OK? You ready?
Serena: I think so.
Noah: It's Serena's big day.
(Grace started to cry as she hugs Serena)
I guess it's natural for parents to cry on their kid's first day of school. But, you know, this usually...