17 hours ago with 122,691 notes
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t3hsiggy:

bakrua:

ah yes the first pokemon battle of the game

tackle tackle tackle tackle tackle

"Enemy Bulbasaur used Growl"

"HA, YES, YOU FOOL, YOU HAVE FALLEN RIGHT INTO MY TRAP, FOR NOW I SHALL DEAL AN EXTRA TURN OF DAMAGE MORE THAN YOU”

#Pokemon




17 hours ago with 2,399 notes
40 Days Pokémon Challenge | Day 27

Favorite Region: Unova ( ノ^ω^)ノ♥

#Pokemon #well exqueuese me princess




17 hours ago with 3,401 notes

redricewater:

Doodles amazing gym leaders + Elite Four.

Trying to use colours outside my usual palette.

#Pokemon #ORAS




1 day ago with 89 notes
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#Livecastershipping #Pokemon




1 day ago with 104,488 notes

teletubbiesmpreg:

image

#omG #POKEMON




1 day ago with 58 notes
transcendentalisttrainer:

doodling pokes.

transcendentalisttrainer:

doodling pokes.

#Manectric #Pokemon




1 day ago with 543 notes
pokemon-global-academy:


Pokémon Black and White Return To The Charts

GameFreak surprised people in 2010 when they announced that Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version, the primary pair of the franchise’s fifth generation, would be launching on to Nintendo DS instead of waiting a year and coming out for Nintendo’s new 3DS handheld. Despite being the only new generation in the Pokémon series to not launch on the new console (before anyone says it – while Gold and Silver worked on original Game Boys, they were marketed for the Game Boy Colour).
A year later, the games would be announced internationally at the beginning of March, with the 3DS being released at the end of the month. Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version were a fantastic farewell to the Nintendo DS and featured story and characters that had a depth to them that has yet to be matched by subsequent games.
Last week, it emerged that the UK retailer Argos had listed the pair of games on their website for a mere £8 each – a considerable mark down from the £29.99 asking price. These understandably sold out very quickly and shockingly enough, the mad rush of people purchasing these previous generation titles were enough for them to re-emerge on last week’s Top 40 chart.
Pokémon Black Version re-entered at #21 on the All-Format chart (#14 on Individual Format), while Pokémon White Version was slightly behind at #22 (#19 on Individual Format). In comparison, the more recent Pokémon X returned to #37 on the All-Format Chart (#36 on Individual Format) while Pokémon Y is currently absent from the Top 40.

source: wiiuandmii

pokemon-global-academy:

Pokémon Black and White Return To The Charts

GameFreak surprised people in 2010 when they announced that Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version, the primary pair of the franchise’s fifth generation, would be launching on to Nintendo DS instead of waiting a year and coming out for Nintendo’s new 3DS handheld. Despite being the only new generation in the Pokémon series to not launch on the new console (before anyone says it – while Gold and Silver worked on original Game Boys, they were marketed for the Game Boy Colour).

A year later, the games would be announced internationally at the beginning of March, with the 3DS being released at the end of the month. Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version were a fantastic farewell to the Nintendo DS and featured story and characters that had a depth to them that has yet to be matched by subsequent games.

Last week, it emerged that the UK retailer Argos had listed the pair of games on their website for a mere £8 each – a considerable mark down from the £29.99 asking price. These understandably sold out very quickly and shockingly enough, the mad rush of people purchasing these previous generation titles were enough for them to re-emerge on last week’s Top 40 chart.

Pokémon Black Version re-entered at #21 on the All-Format chart (#14 on Individual Format), while Pokémon White Version was slightly behind at #22 (#19 on Individual Format). In comparison, the more recent Pokémon X returned to #37 on the All-Format Chart (#36 on Individual Format) while Pokémon Y is currently absent from the Top 40.

source: wiiuandmii

#GOOD #Pokemon




2 days ago with 18,237 notes
egberts:

it’s impossible to talk trash on pokemon

egberts:

it’s impossible to talk trash on pokemon

#Pokemon




2 days ago with 48,481 notes

shavostars:

I think about pokemon in non-battle situations a lot. Like pokemon who have been trained/raised to be helpers and assistants than to be battle partners.

Pokemon visiting hospitals to cheer patients up like dogs and cats do. Or ones that help kids learn to read, speak, swim, go through therapy?! Even pokemon who’s abilities help owners with specific disabilities?!

I love thinking of pokemon outside of battle situations.

#AAHHH #POKEMON #that Growlithe's so cute too omg #well exqueuese me princess




3 days ago with 155 notes

crobat:

u know im deep into fe!au pokemon when im willing to post these sloppy doodles in the tag 

#Brendan #May #Hilda #Hilbert #Pokemon #Fire Emblem #crossover