Monday, February 28, 2011

011 Metapod

Friday, February 25, 2011

008 Wartortle

I have changed my mind once again since my post on Ivysaur. I'm aloud to change my mind, so shut your mouth. Basically, I had said that I would not use TM/HM's because I wanted to keep the move sets accurate and legit to how they would be in real life. But now I have decided that if I was to not use a TM here and there that the move sets would be repeated over and over again. And this would be boring and repetitive. Every electric Pokemon ever would probably have just the same moves.
From now on I will throw a TM in there to change it up a bit and not make things too boring.
What you think?
If you think otherwise, let me know (and give me a reason to change my mind).

Saturday, February 19, 2011

002 Ivysaur

Yesterday, I reported on Bulbasaur. In his move set, I put Substitute because he can learn the move through TM's but I realized that I need to keep this authentic. As a rule from now on, the Pokemon's move set shall remain what they on their own can learn in normal conditions, and we will assume that the Pokemon I am reporting on is at the level just before it evolves (Example: Bulbasaur Lv. 15, Ivysaur Lv. 31). If the Pokemon is at it's final evolution, we assume that it's level is at 55 (Example: Venusaur Lv. 55). Sound Good?
I will be better at this as I go on and make this more interesting.
 So, today is Ivysaur!

Friday, February 18, 2011

001 Bulbasaur

Pokemon Zombie Survival

These posts are about Each Pokemon and how I think that Pokemon would fair with its Trainer in a Zombie Apocalyptic World.
Once a day, I will go through the Pokedex starting at #001(Bulbasaur) and move on to the next and the next, making an image for each and a display of how they can be helpful in the Zombie world and how they would be a disadvantage to having them.
My assumptions are that most Pokemon can become zombies when bitten or infected, and that a trainer does not have or use a Pokeball.
The Pokemon receives my grade depending on its abilities to protect the trainer and itself, provide for them both (such as food and shelter), its ability to attack and get rid of Zombies, and anything else I feel needs to be determined.
Anything else, such as Pokemon that work together well in a team is put under the Extra section.
An example of Pokemon that could work together well would be a Scyther, Kabutops and Sandslash.
(Any and all photos I post are not created or owned by me and I do not take credit for them unless otherwise stated)

I plan on posting every day until I have finished through the Gen5 Pokemon, ending on number 649.
This is going to be a while...
So I need to get started today!
Please, leave comments on any questions or comments.