I just came to talk about Pokémon with you, since I found out about you after Kukui's departure from this site ... And I also knew that you were a fan of the Pokémon franchise, just like me, and I thought we talked about this franchise
What are your top 7 main games in the Pokémon franchise and why are they your favorites? I will also give my opinion after you if you want to answer, of course.
-Platinum: An improved version of D/P, with great additions like the Distortion World, Looker, the Battle Frontier, and more...
-B/W: Has the best story of the main saga, with great and epic moments, plus Unova is one of my favorite regions and I love many of the pokémon added in Gen 5.
-HG/SS: Visually I think it's beautiful, in my opinion it's the best remake, the pokémon follow you, it has 2 regions, and the post game events are really good, like the Arceus one.
-B/W2: I love the idea that in gen 5 the third versions work as a sequel, I like to review the locations of Unova and perceive the small or big changes that have happened in 2 years and how occasionally some characters tell you about the events in B/W, I also love that they add new locations to the region, the story is pretty cool, Colress is one of my favorite characters from the franchise, and the post game is nice.
-MDSky: Amazing story, good characters, great music, pretty challenging, full of content, and aesthetically beautiful.
-Gen 6: the first generation in 3D (not counting spin-off), and really enjoy the online aspect of this games (Although it has a lot of flaws)
The thing is however, for Rattata its obvious since the game will obviously let you capture as many normal pokemon you want for your teams and such. But for the Ultra Wormholes, wouldnt you just be going to different versions of the same Ultra Beast world to capture as many as you want (unless its just the same world in the end)?
Like how there are more than single versions of the Ultra Space cave area or Ultra Space Cliff area?
Hey Kukui, do you think Dusknoir can get a type 5 immortality?
The body of Dusclops is intangible and totally hollow, inside there are only spectral flames that steal souls and a void.
Dusknoir is also a natural inhabitant of Spirit World, which is practically the world of the spirits of deceased pokémon and humans.
"Duskull can pass through any wall no matter how thick it may be. Once this Pokémon chooses a target, it will doggedly pursue the intended victim until the break of dawn."
"Dusclops's body is completely hollow - there is nothing at all inside. It is said that its body is like a black hole. This Pokémon will absorb anything into its body, but nothing will ever come back out."
"Its body is entirely hollow. When it opens its mouth, it sucks everything in as if it were a black hole."
"Its body is hollow. It is said that those who look into its body are sucked into the void."
"It seeks drifting will-o'-the-wisps and sucks them into its empty body. What happens inside is a mystery."
"Anyone who dares peer into its body to see its spectral ball of fire will have their spirit stolen away."
"My mouth draws in anything! It's the gateway to terror!" ~Dusclops
Hey Neo. I know your probably a bit busy at the moment, but I wanted to have your opnion on something please.
Im actually kinda curious about Deoxys's Grand Meteor Delta. I can be very wrong, but IIRC, wasn't it implied that the meteor came from another galaxy?? I saw something on one of the space center's computer images that was tracking the meteor and it showed something on screen that looked like a Galaxy.
Gotcha. In the meantime I'll show you what I found for my basis so far.
According to this ORAS manga scan, the scientists from the Mossdeep Space Center look at the screen in fromt of them stating that the asteroid they were tracking changed it's course. On the screen, there appears to be a galaxy depicted on where they're tracking the meteors location from.
And incase anyone wants to pull the primary canon game argument on this, the game itself better depicts this as a Galaxy than the manga actually.
Now, one could argue that the recorded location in the galaxy's bottom spot is the spot for the warp hole to open and do it's job, but if they did, that would make the feat even better. In the second scan, it's stated that the warp hole would be created in the path of the incoming meteoroid. Incoming. That would mean the meteorite at the time would be much farther away than the spot to open the warp hole, farhter away into the galaxy presented, giving it more distance to travel.
Finally, Zinnia confirmed to Ruby herself that the speed of Grand Meteor Delta, while on course for the planet, would make it such a big threat. That, and obvious logic in meteor's traveling, would mean that Grand Meteor Delta flew from at least a significantly far part of that presented galaxy to where Earth is (before Rayquaza destroyed it) in 10 days at constant speed.
If this is really true, then I think we could probably calc GMD's speed to get it above Relativistic. Since Deoxys was completely controlling it, and Mega Rayquaza managed to use Dragon Ascent to outspeed and destroy it before the thing blitzed and crushed it, Deoxys and Mega Rayquaza should scale from whatever speed.
I think all Pokémon could get this ability. In red/blue/FR/LG, with the help of the Silph Scope, pokémon are able to hit and damage the soul or ghost of a dead Marowak, but the reason they need that item is because they're scared to hit it or because it's invisible for the trainer, not because they can't do it.
It also explains how pokémon are able to hit things like Gastly (made entirely of gas and souls), Gengar (the same thing and it has been shown many times that is intangible and can pass through material things), Rotom (pure plasma), etc...
"The Temporal Pokemon Dialga": "The legendary Pokemon said to control the flow of time. It's said that when Dialga was born, time began to move, and when its heart took its first beat, time began to flow. With full control of the flow of time, it can freely move between past and future."