This is my version of the so-called myth of Magikarp and Gyarados:
Once upon a time, a person saw an odd fish Pokémon. He had good luck, unto that moment. He caught it, and named it MAGIKARP, because it resembled a carp, and since he had good luck, he thought it was magic that it looked so weak and he guessed it was a really strong Pokémon. He also had bad spelling, hence the K. He challenged one of the strongest trainers to exist, and he sent out the MAGIKARP. He told it to use its strongest attack against the other, which happened to be MISMAGIUS. It used Splash, and nothing happened. The MISMAGIUS used Dark Pulse, and the MAGIKARP fainted. The trainer offered to help, and he told his MISMAGIUS to use Shadow Ball as rapid as possible. The MAGIKARP started shaking. It started growing. It turned into GYARADOS. The next day, when he was training his GYARADOS, another fish Pokémon came along. GYARADOS and the other Pokémon dove down deep into the water. Then, when they came up, they were holding an egg. The person wondered what the egg would hatch. When it hatched, he found out the MAGIKARP he caught was female. He was such an unlucky person since MAGIKARP appeared.
Yeah, I'm a storyteller. Now...
|\/| | Z Z | |\| G Y 3 Z 02:43, 8 February 2009 (UTC)
Poison should be super effective against Water and Flying because of pollution. (Also poison needs to be strong against more things)-I liek mudkipz cuz thair comfy and eezy too wair-anonymous