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My Nostalgia for Black Kyurem


Before we get into this, what I think “nostalgia” is is that it’s somebody missing their childhood and wants to return to it very badly. However, I am calling out the elephant in the room regarding most people who have the most infamous of all nostalgia. I give you the class of nostalgia that is called “Gen 1-ers.”

These people are so obsessed with the original games that they don’t acknowledge new games and the only reason they ever would acknowledge them is to make fun of them. But not all people are in this very bad category. Anyway, let’s talk about Black Kyurem.

If you didn’t know that Pokemon Black 2 was my first ever Pokemon game, then now you know. One day I started up the game and someone asked me to trade Pokemon, so I did. By the way, I didn’t know how valuable starter Pokemon were yet… so don’t judge me. I saw this dragon Pokemon called Druddigon and I traded my Pignite for it. Afterwards, Druddigon became my ace on my team. His name was Fury.

My second team member was Kung Fu, a Locario. My third team member was a Sharpedo named Sharky. The fourth one was a Gyrados that someone traded me. Its name was Rampage. My fifth member was a Lugia named Cross. It came from Pokemon Dream Radar. And my sixth member was Hurricane the Tornados which also came from Pokemon Dream Radar– Theorin form, of course. My team was well-rounded and I beat the game on my first try. Then, I had heard at that time how to get Zekrom. I got the dark stone from N and I went to Dragon Spiral Tower and unleashed Zekrom and battle it. I threw a quickball and caught it on my first attempt.

Then I looked up the other Legendary Pokemon I could catch. I was browsing through Serebeii and I saw Heatran and Latios, but the one that caught my eye was Kyurem– my favorite Pokemon of all time.

I went to the giant chasm and had been saving my master ball for it. By the way, my Zekrom’s name was Zeke. I had taken Hurriance the Tornados off my team for Zeke the Zekrom. I also had one empty spot on my team just for Kyurem. I temporarily took off Kung Fu the Lucario from my team. I knew that Kyurem would change into its black form when I fused it with Zekrom which would leave one empty spot on my team. I was planning on putting Kung Fu back on my team once they fused. I found Kyurem and eagerly threw my masterball at it. If you don’t know what a masterball does, it always catches the Pokemon that it hits. You only get one in the game, so don’t waste it on a non-Legendary Pokemon. Only use it when you’re having trouble capturing a Legendary Pokemon. Anyway, it captured Kyurem and I named it Husk because Kyurem is just a husk of Resharim and Zekrom.

I picked up the DNA splicers and used them on Kyurem and Zekrom. They automatically fused and became Black Kyurem. I was overjoyed and I never lost a battle after that. I also put Kung Fu back on my team due to the empty slot. Ever since Black Kyurem has always been my favorite Pokemon of all time.

Thanks for reading this. Make sure to comment. I would love to see them. Always check back as I’m adding new content all the time. Stay tuned…




The Nightmare That Is Darkrai


Hi!! It’s been over a year. I’m sorry.

I’m finally back, so we might as well check this one out…

It’s Darkrai!!! I recently used a cheating device to get Darkrai on my Pokemon Platinum version. Anyway, on to the mythos!

Darkrai is one of those legendary Pokemon who has a legend surrounding him– unlike Genesect who I eventually will post about. Anyway, Darkrai (if you couldn’t tell from the title) gives people the worst nightmares of their lives. It’s rival is Cressalia which gives people such good dreams that they don’t wake up for awhile. The reason people don’t wake up in Darkrai’s nightmares is his nightmare curse which prevents people from ever waking up– aside from a feather from Cresslia called a lunar wing.

Sorry about that “How Cool is Deoxys?” post. We said, the week after that, we would post a Drakrai and Cressalia but we didn’t get around to doing it. School and stuff. Am I right?

Darkrai’s speed rivals that of Weavile’s and Darkrai’s special attack rivals that of Mewto. Its physical attack rivals that of Bastiodon’s. Too bad Darkrai’s only physical attacking move is faint attack which has a solid 60% power and is an excellent counter for double team spammers. This move never misses its mark. Darkrai’s dark void is his signature move which send the enemy into an insidious nightmare. And his ability, bad dreams, causes the enemy to lose health while they are asleep.  To further amplify its power, Darkrai can use nightmare which will likely make the enemy wake up. But while they are asleep they take incredibly massive damage. They also take a bit of bad dreams damage as well.

That’s Darkrai who is my second favorite Legendary Pokemon… and that’s saying something since there are a lot of legendaries at this point.

Goodbye and good gaming!




How to Get Kyogre and Groudon in Pokemon Soul Silver and Heart Gold

groudon_vs_kyogre_by_lightbulb15-d4opxvkWell I bet you’re probably wanting to get Kyogre and Groudon right now. If you want to get both of them on one game, the answer is “no”– you’ll have to trade to get both of them. You can only get one of them each in each of the games. You see, in Heart Gold you get Kyogre and in Soul Silver, you get Groudon. Make sure to save before battling and if you’re trying to get Groudon in Pokemon Soul SIlver, you’ll probably have to try over and over again because Groudon can use “explosion” to avoid capture and then he faints. Kyogre also makes it really hard to capture because he uses “aquaring” to heal himself a little at each turn. But first you have to beat Red and either get the blue orb or the red orb. After getting a Bulbasaur, Charmander or Squirtle and after getting a Treeco, Mudkip or Torchic, go to Mr. Pokemon on Route 30 and get one of the orbs, then go to the Embedded Tower and Groudon or Kyogre will be there. Pokeout, everbody, because that’s all you need to know about these legends and how to get them!

Pokemon Black 2: More About Zekrom and Reshiram


We are going to be talking about Zekrom once again. A few minutes ago I caught a Zekrom and it was one of the best times in the whole game. This game is Pokémon Black 2. It’s also the only game where you can get Black Kyreum. As you all know, Zekrom is THE strongest electric type Pokémon in the entire game. I am a HUGE fan of electric types, so you can imagine why I love Zekrom so much. I’m just saying, thank you for liking this Pokémon if you are one of those Zekrom-lovers out there.

The point of the game is to catch ’em all, even though it really is impossible to those who really don’t know. Some exciting things about the game are that after catching Zekrom, you can catch Kyreum. I am planning on using my master ball for Kyreum. I didn’t catch Zekrom with the greatest of ease because, as you all know, Zekrom is kind of easy to catch even though it took me four balls to catch him. Maybe it was five, because I used a few pokeballs. Zekrom is such an amazing electric and dragon type because it’s never disappointed anybody who’s ever used it. This is because of his fusion bolt. It rolls him up into an electric ball and shoots at the target with a super-charged electric cannonball tackle that can knock out even some of the strongest Pokémon. Reshiram and Zekrom’s kryptonite is the ground type. You see, Resharim is weak to it because it’s part fire type. Zekrom is weak to it because it’s part electric. Due to that these two have dragon type moves which they can still use to inflict great damage on ground types which they are both weak to.

That’s probably all I have to say about Pokémon Black 2 and these two AMAZING Legendary Pokémon. Poke Out! And have a great summer.