1.Melody:So wewe are a pokemon trainer huh? I guess He will do *kisses Ash`s cheek* Ash and Misty:*Shocked* Melody:Huh, *to Misty* Are wewe his little sister? Misty:I am not! Melody:Then wewe mut be his girlfriend Misty: *disgusted* Blah! Gross! Melody: Oh, i dont think so.
2.Melody:And Misty, try not to get jealous. Ash:*Laughs*
3.Misty:Thats ridiculous. me! Ash's girlfriend! *bites into chicken*
4.Ash:Coming Mist? (Me:Ooh, wewe didnt ask Tracey) Misty:No thanks!If wewe want somebody to do what ever wewe want, whenever wewe want, wewe should get yourself a girlfried! (Me:Woah! Ash look what wewe did)
At the beginning of every new Pokemon adventure, you're aliyopewa a choice of either a Grass/Fire/Water-Type Pokemon, as a way for wewe to understand how Pokemon battles, type match-ups and raising one works. For the most part, these are the Pokemon that wewe get attached to the most and your adventure. It either has the highest level on our team, au it's your inayopendelewa 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 moto Starter is my always my favorite. I've been...
Well...this has been a long time coming! Ever since I wrote that makala about what I want for Pokemon Sun and Moon, I was rather anxious about what they're going to do; Especially since Sun and Moon is supposed to represent the 20th anniversary of the series. When I got my hands on the New Nintendo 3DS XL on December 30th, it had both Pokemon Sun and Moon installed onto it. When Sun and Moon were announced, I wanted to play Sun, so I chose to play that. It took me at least a mwezi to finish it (Which is why I haven't written any new makala since.), but it was worth it.