Archive for May, 2010
These are my Pokemon from Diamond. I’m surprisingly fond of these little pixelated critters!
Star, my Staraptor. I know, unoriginal name… He is currently level 48, and he has a Quiet nature. I haven’t played this game much at all lately. *sigh*
My Kadabra, KitsuneSan. I really like him but he’s very weak so I don’t use him much. It’s too annoying when he faints. He’s only level 40 and he has a Hardy nature, which apparently is not literal! Maybe I should train him more and not judge him…
These are my main Pokemon but I have some back up types including my starter who is now an Empoleon at level 40. His name is Mr Mizuno. I don’t like him much, I’m sad to say. I prefer to use Ryuu.
Thanks to www.legendarypokemon.net for these sprites! I made them into transparent gifs by myself though. If you want cute sprites of Pokemon from most of the games up to Diamond and Pearl then go here and get them. http://www.legendarypokemon.net/downloads
Pokemon and all associated images and music, game and etc all belong exclusively to Nintendo Inc. Copyright info etc. Man, if you like Pokemon, go to the official website, it is really good. I think it’s Pokemon.com.
Thank you Satoshi san for everything. I can’t believe we both have Aspergers!
Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed.-G. K. Chesterton
‘MY DREAM IN LIFE IS TO GET KICKED OUT OF THE HOUSE AT THE AGE OF 10, JAM ANIMALS WITH MAGICAL POWERS INTO SMALL BALLS, AND BATTLE THEM TO THE DEATH, TO BECOME THE MOST AMAZING PERSON EVA.
I WANT TO BE A POKEMON MASTER
LOLZ It’s so funny because it’s true!
Having said that, to make things clear, I don’t like the new starter Pokemon for Heart G and Soul S (I heard a lot of people don’t).
But I never have really been pleased with any of the starter Pokemon in any of the games except generation 1.
Even then, I didn’t really like Bulbasaur for a long time. Now I love it.
So maybe these guys will grow on me.
I just had to show you my nice desktop.
It is so bright and cheery in our cold wet winter (New Zealand) that I had to show it off!
I downloaded a pic of red maple leaves from some random photo blog I think, anyway if you Google ‘maple’ then you will no doubt be able to get it too.
I put it to my desktop and man it makes a difference! whooo!
I always feel invigorated by it.
Pretty and bright! And my Winamp skin adds to the brightness!
Check out the Chibimaru kaoani I made with a base image from Sanrio!
No one else can take credit for it! >_
My friends went to a chocolate cafe last night (!) and they brought me back a present. It was this delicious chocolate praline fish.
Here is the picture I took just before I devoured it! Hehe.
Well that’s all for now.
In case you wondered, yes the chocolate melted in my mouth and the praline was crunchy and hazelnutty.
These images are from National Geographic.
Apparently these and some other beasts of varying kinds have been newly discovered on the island of New Guinea within Indonesian territory.
At first I thought they had reported wrong because I thought they referred to Papua New Guinea. But New Guinea is a different place to Papua New Guinea as I have just learned.
And who says you don’t learn a new thing every day, huh?
I think all these names are lazy. New Zealand? Really, Abel Tasman? NEW Zealand, after the original Zeeland in the Netherlands. You couldn’t think of a better name? Ah well. And what about New York and New England? Settlers are so unoriginal.
Stargazers were treated to a spectacular and rare show last night after Venus was eclipsed by the moon.
The phenomenon, known as a “planetary occulation”, occurred when the moon came between Venus and the Earth, the Daily Mail newspaper reports.
Online users said the alignment looked like a “smiley-face”.
“Between the horns of the crescent, a ghostly image of the full Moon can be seen,” NASA said in a statement.
“That’s Earthshine, the light of our own planet reflected back toward us by the Moon’s dark terrain.
New Zealanders weren’t able to see the celestial show — it was only visible in southeast Asia a few hours after sunset.
Venus is due to pass between the Earth and the Sun on June 5, 2012.
I wish I could have seen it but I’m in New Zealand so I couldn’t…