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  1. Ghurlag

    Rotom-Pokedex

    From the Sun & Moon site: >In Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, your character receives a special Pokédex from Professor Kukui to support you in your travels. It's known as the Rotom Pokédex, and it's inhabited by Rotom, a Pokémon with the power to reside in various electronic appliances. It does...
  2. Ghurlag

    "Pokemons"

    My understanding is that 'Pokemon' is the correct plural term. This is substantiated by a few details. 1) The name of the franchise (being unlikely to refer to a singular). 2) The usage in all games. 3) The usage across the anime. Yet I still see 'Pokemons' being used across the...
  3. Ghurlag

    The Science of Battle: Kanto [1]

    Prelude The wind stirred the long grass as I trudged along the dirt path. The bite of the breeze spoke of an early winter, and I drew my arms in tight. There was more to the gesture than trying to hold on to the warmth of the station -- a transitory warm spot in my trek, now some miles back...
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