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Hola, I'm Kochdude388. You may also know me from my account on Wikipedia by the same name.
|| This user identifies as male.
|| This user has Pokémon games from every generation.
|| This user has a Mew.
I'm really not a consistent editor here at Bulbapedia. I don't even edit a particular section often, though my knowledge of the games is probably my greatest asset here, and my watching the anime ocassionally provides enough information that I can make intelligent edits there as well. I haven't read the manga, however, which throws me out of the loop so to speak in terms of working on those articles. Otherwise, I prefer Bulbapedia to bigger sites like Wikipedia for a couple reasons. It's a lot more slow-paced here; fewer editors make fewer problems, as well as less vandalism. And I'm able to edit most of the articles here, considering they all revolve around the same topic - Pokémon.
I'm not currently playing the games right now due to lack of interest...But, seeing as I'm a competitive noob, I'm asking for some pointers and maybe movesets or (non-legendary) Pokémon suggestions on my talk page. Much appreciated.
Clearly, I'm going all dual-types with my first six, no repeated types. My Empoleon, Platinum, came from my Pearl version. I got lazy training a native Rhyhorn, so I traded a Rhydon with a Protector over from Pearl as well. Benny is named after my school mascot ("Benny Bomber," after a B-52 bomber jet). Juliet's name should be pretty obvious. Frost Rotom finishes the dual-type bit, plus some Ice coverage. The last two were added after the Elite Four. I caught Moby Dick (after the whale from the book Moby Dick) as a L.74 Magikarp in the Resort Area and Electivire just smashes things very well. At the moment, I'm working on the Battle Frontier with Infernape, Moby Dick, and Electivire as a team and Togekiss as an individual. So far, I've acheived the silver sticker at the Battle Hall and Battle Arcade.
These Pokemon come from a myriad of Generation III games and Pearl. Used primarily in Battle Frontier.
HeartGold (March 14, 2010)
Ah, sweet victory! I never doubted they would be released. Here's a tentative team:
Others under consideration: