Posted by: Waddlespink9 | February 12, 2010

I Have Big News!!!!!

Sup people! Sorry about not posting for, like, five months. But I have BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG BIG news- THERE ARE TWO NEW POKEMON!!!!!!!!!!!!! No lie! It was first released in this Japanese magazine, but here it goes! This is a sprite for number 490 whatever, but for now it’s 494:

ISN’T IT COOL?!?!?! It’s name is Zorua (at least in Japanese), and it’s the Dark Fox Pokemon. THIS ISN’T FAKE, OKAY?!!!?!? All we know so far is that it’s a dark-type, and it evolves into Zoroark, which is this dude that stars in the thirteenth Pokemon Movie. For now, it’s number 495:

THIS SPRITE IS FAKE It’s a little blurry, but I couldn’t get a better image. It’s the Illusory Fox Pokemon, and is also a Dark-type.  I hope whenever the new Generation Five Pokemon Games come out (which they will next year, by the way), that I can catch one!

Other from that, here is a list of Pokemon Games I want this year:

(Duh)
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon

Image:Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Wii.pngWell, actually just Blazing Adventure Squad, but I couldn’t get a separate logo. BTW, here’s some Wondermail Codes to get neat Pokemon:
Pokémon [hide] Wondermail Code
File:490.png Manaphy Level 7 H%42 15NY
MJ0% SYSH
File:152.png Chikorita Level 5 RT#H XW#0
YRM= 5&@7
File:137.png Porygon Level 23 #8T& S65&
2X9W TN3T
File:485.png Heatran Level 25 15HY N0KQ
S=T0 T58%
File:147.png Dratini Level 5 WN-6 YC@5
-#27 2F%4
File:321.png Wailord Level 40 WT29 J-+R
CSC6 Q=7K
File:130 s.png Gyarados
(shiny)
Level 30 6159 #4=%
14JW QNJ9
File:131.png Lapras Level 40 H@8% @40N
-9=9 YH@M
File:406 s.png Budew
(shiny)
Level 5 79-% 7YF1
7YF1 R+@6
File:187 s.png Hoppip
(shiny)
Level 5 6JCQ Y443
818J YW36
File:442.png Spiritomb Level 40 #X2W &44=
JN99 5H@W
File:376.png Metagross Level 45 %4YN M#05
=FP+ @9SQ
File:272.png Ludicolo Level 45 K-43 P@@0
0S-Y 7%KC
File:390.png Chimchar Level 41 Y3Y= =@X@
W%H# =+-F
File:448.png Lucario Level 51 NK-M T&61
WJS@ +WX#
File:275.png Shiftry Level 45 P-3M +#FJ
80RY 44+9
File:302.png Sableye Level 57 #-F5 5N-%
+P4S 5C#6
File:350.png Milotic Level 40 4T2N JN#+
PJ81 5HC-
File:100 s.png Voltorb
(shiny)
Level 5 5F9S 0F79
PJ81 5HC-
File:407 s.png Roserade
(shiny)
Level 50 K--Q &X%R
1%MC =8TX

Totally awesome! What the…my font is all weird! Too bad. Anyway, here’s another game:

File:Pokémon Ranger Tracks of Light Japanese logo.png It’s called Pokemon Ranger, Locus of Light, the third ranger in the series. Here’s what’s new:
  • The game takes place in a place called Oblivia
  • The antagonists are called Pokemon Nappers, that kidnap Pokemon (Gee, sooooo original!)
  • Professor Hastings and Murph come back (for the third time!)
  • Your partner is this Pichu who carries a Ukulele.
  • Raikou, Entei, and Suicune serve an important role (sounds like Ranger 1)
  • There’s this new feature called Ranger Sign, which allows you to draw runes to summon the legendary beasts and Latias and Latios. They must serve an important rule as well, because look at the box art!
Sorry it’s so blurry. What the…my font changes AGAIN!?!?! Oh well. Anyway, back to the list.

  • Players can now combine field moves to clear a target. Odd, yet cool, right?

And then there’s one final game:

The name is PokePark Wii: Pikachu’s Great Adventure. So, I went on the Japanese Pokemon sight and used Google Translate with Hmhsmfan, right? Well, we found out that thus thing called the Prism of Sky is a main element of the game. Also, this random Pikachu falls out of a hot air balloon, or whatever, and her buddies, Chikorita and Piplup (like the most awesome starters there are), somehow get involved with this, too. Also, this Mew “Phantom Mew” is wreaking havoc on the Pokemon Paradise, PokePark. I find that insulting, since Mew is my ultimate fav. TOTALLY! It’s sort of like Pokemon Mystery Dungeon, which is why I like it.

There are 193 Pokemon that can be found and beaten in the game, but some are only from Strength Trial. Strength Trial is the main gameplay mode, which means there are more than one. It’s unlocked after going to the Misdreavus Shop, whatever that is. Here are the attractions where you can meet Pokemon:

  1. Blazekin’s Punching Rock (GO BLAZEKIN! Firepeck is awesome!)
  2. Empoleon’s Snow Slider  (I stole a Blazekin from my rival in Diamond by using Action Replay. I named it Haha Barry cuz his name was Barry and I stole it from him, so)
  3. Dusknoir’s Running Crash (what the…I hate Dusknoir! Why does HE get an attraction?)
  4. Bastiodon’s Panel Crash
  5. Absol’s Hurdle Succession (I trained an Absol named Absolsnowy once…don’t ask on the name)
  6. Rhyperior’s Heat Up Fight (…? I think the name speaks for itself)
  7. Salemence’s Super Sky Race (which reminds me,  speaking of the sky, the game has something to do with Rayquaza and Deoxys…I saw them fighting this Pikachu in one picture…)
  8. Bulbasaur’s Foot Face
  9. Venasaur’s Rope Swinging (YAAAA Vines gets his own attraction! Whoo!)

And that’s it. Other from that there’s this new trading cards coming out, called Reviving Legends, but the Pokemon Company is still working on it in, like, Japan. Here’s a list of cards:

Reviving Legends

No. Card Name Type Rarity
001/080 Oddish Common
002/080 Gloom Uncommon
003/080 Vileplume Rare
004/080 Bellossom Rare Holo
005/080 Scyther Common
006/080 Pineco Common
007/080 Combee Common
008/080 Vespiquen Rare
009/080 Flareon Uncommon
010/080 Slugma Common
011/080 Magcargo Rare Holo
012/080 Horsea Common
013/080 Seadra Common
014/080 Kingdra Uncommon
015/080 Kingdra SuperRare Holo
016/080 Vaporeon Uncommon
017/080 Jolteon Uncommon
018/080 Chinchou Common
019/080 Lanturn Rare
020/080 Lanturn SuperRare Holo
021/080 Rotom Rare
022/080 Grimer Common
023/080 Muk Uncommon
024/080 Espeon Rare Holo
025/080 Misdreavus Common
026/080 Mismagius Rare
027/080 Unown Uncommon
028/080 Drifloon Common
029/080 Drifblim Rare
030/080 Onix Common
031/080 Gligar Common
032/080 Gliscor Rare Holo
033/080 Larvitar Common
034/080 Pupitar Uncommon
035/080 Makuhita Common
036/080 Hariyama Rare
037/080 Umbreon Rare Holo
038/080 Murkrow Common
039/080 Honchkrow Rare
040/080 Sneasel Common
041/080 Weavile Rare
042/080 Houndour Common
043/080 Houndoom Rare Holo
044/080 Tyranitar SuperRare Holo
045/080 Sableye Common
046/080 Forretress Rare Holo
047/080 Steelix SuperRare Holo
048/080 Scizor Rare Holo
049/080 Skarmory Rare
050/080 Mawile Common
051/080 Beldum Common
052/080 Metang Uncommon
053/080 Metagross Rare
054/080 Rattata Common
055/080 Raticate Common
056/080 Doduo Common
057/080 Dodrio Rare
058/080 Eevee Common
059/080 Togepi Common
060/080 Togetic Uncommon
061/080 Togekiss Rare Holo
062/080 Smeargle Rare Holo
063/080 Entei & Raikou LEGEND Rare Holo LEGEND
064/080 Entei & Raikou LEGEND Rare Holo LEGEND
065/080 Suicune & Entei LEGEND Rare Holo LEGEND
066/080 Suicune & Entei LEGEND Rare Holo LEGEND
067/080 Raikou & Suicune LEGEND Rare Holo LEGEND
068/080 Raikou & Suicune LEGEND Rare Holo LEGEND
069/080 Energy Exchange Device G Uncommon
070/080 Defender G Uncommon
071/080 Rare Candy G Uncommon
072/080 PlusPower G Uncommon
073/080 Legend Box G Uncommon
074/080 Flower Shop Lady Su Uncommon
075/080 Sage’s Discipline Su Uncommon
076/080 Rocket’s Trick Su Uncommon
077/080 Ruins of Alph St Uncommon
078/080 Burned Tower St Uncommon
079/080 Darkness Energy E Uncommon
080/080 Metal Energy E Uncommon
081/080 Alph Lithograph G
And that’s about all the news today. Thank you so much various pages of Bulbapedia. I recommend going there! Also, thanks a bit, Pokemon.com, for several images as well. Yes, Bulbapedia and Pokemon.com provided the information, too.

With all being said, Waddlespink9, over and out! 😆

1%MC =8TX

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