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I am an Executive Policymaker of Bulbapedia, a Vice-Webmaster of Bulbagarden, and former Editor-in-Chief of Bulbapedia. I joined on December 9, 2007, worked hard enough to get nominated for a staff position, and clawed my way up from there. That's right, you too can be EiC. All it takes is hard work, dedication, and all those other inspirational things you hear about getting ahead in life. After being EiC for a while, I decided that I wanted to focus on the user experience. My main goal as EiC is to make everything easier to understand and help my fellow user find the page they want as efficiently as possible, and when they get there, I want it to be full of all the juicy info you need organized around some fancy and colorful templates.

I've been a fan since Gen I, but near the end of Gen II, I lost interest. After seeing Beautifly, I figured Game Freak had run out of original ideas, so I skipped Ruby and Sapphire, but the remakes of Gen I brought me back. Thanks to FireRed and LeafGreen, I also invested a little time checking out Gen III Pokémon, and came to the realization, that some of them were actually pretty original. As for Gen IV, well, I wasn't going to jump in, but after a friend of mine did first, I decided, why not? I had to try out the all new Magnezone and get in on that Wi-Fi action. While looking for info to educate myself on what I missed during my Poké-hiatus, I found Bulbapedia. The rest is history.

On December 9, 2012, exactly 5 years after joining Bulbapedia, I decided to step down from my position as Editor-in-Chief. You can read about my decision in this message from the editor. Thanks to all the staff and fans for helping out during my tenure. I'm not leaving though, so don't worry, I'll still be around.

On March 9, 2015, I published my first proper Bulbanews article regarding a retrospective of Ruby and Sapphire as well as Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. I put a lot of effort into it and got a lot of positive feedback from people. You can check it out right here.


E-mail - [email protected] | Bulbagarden Forums - MAGNEDETH | Twitter - @MAGNEDETH

To Do list

  • Pre-text (ongoing)
  • Reform Pokedex pages
  • Give the fans what they want!
  • Welcome new users
  • Lern tu spe9l

Interesting Stuff

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We want an evolution!! Why are we so ugly??
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We all want a do over! Magnemite TCG collection!

Meanwhile, there's a less friendly sub-page sitting way down below...



My teams follow a simple pattern.

  1. Starter
  2. Flyer
  3. Magnemite
  4. Surfer
  5. Earthquake-er
  6. HM slave/Powerhouse

Certain Pokémon get placed in the same position. However, Flygon on my Sapphire team is a good example of how this isn't always the case. I don't know why or how I started doing things this way, but, it's nice to be organized. It should be noted though that this doesn't mean I'm going to send the same Pokémon out first every time if you battle me online.

Gen I

Gen II


Gen IV

Gen V

Gen VI

Favorite Pokémon

As of January 12, 2014, the following section is UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
There is no set date for completion, but you can follow me on Twitter where I will post updates!

Gen I

I actually like a lot of Gen I Pokémon, but I fully admit that it's based heavily on nostalgia. Listed here are my top favorites in order of Pokédex, not what I like most.

Gen II

Similar to Gen I, I like a lot of Gen II Pokémon based on nostalgia, but you can tell that some of the Pokémon inclusions were starting to walk the line between originality and gimmicky.


Here we have the first Generation that I had no nostalgia goggles on. While I like far fewer in general, I still like a solid amount overall.

Gen IV

A weird generation that gave us a mix of all new and refreshed classics. There's not as many here that I like in terms of the completely original additions, but the new evolutions gave some much needed help to classics while also complimenting a fair number of the new Pokémon.

Gen V

The first Generation since...the first to include enough new Pokémon that they didn't need outside additions. This was a huge thing and with it a lot of cool new Pokémon. Some people take issue with the originality of some revealed in this generation, and I understand that, but look past them and at the real gems of this generation.

Gen VI

The infamous Gen VI. A pitiful, and frankly embarrassing amount of Pokémon introduced in this generation. But to be fair, it's a case of quality over quantity because there are some awesome Pokémon in here. Just not a lot of them.

Full list coming soon.....

If you enjoyed all of that, they why not check out my least favorite Pokémon? -- MAGNEDETH

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