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649.png This user is an atheist.
614.png This user comes from Finland.
Red Adventures.png This user reads Pokémon Adventures.
336.png This user has a pet snake.
025.png This user's least favorite Pokémon is Pikachu.
EP001.png This user hates Pokémon Anime.
609.png This user's favorite Pokémon is Chandelure.
579.png This user's favorite Pokémon is Reuniclus.
257.png This user's favorite Pokémon is Blaziken.
Toxic V.png This user's favorite move is Toxic.
609.png This user's favorite move is Flamethrower.
291.png This user's favorite Ability is Speed Boost.
Project Walkthroughs logo.png This user is a member of Project Walkthroughs.

About Me

As you can see from my Usertags, I'm from Finland and I (sort of) hate Pokémon anime and Pikachu. (Red's can be forgiven because it knows Toxic)

I first learned about Pokémon when I saw an episode of Anime. Dunno what it was. Then I got Pokémon Emerald for Christmas and truly started liking the series. I was quite young, and I didn't know any English, so needless to say, it was hard to beat that game. Eventually did so with a lv. 100 Blaziken and Rayquaza. I got Pokémon Leaf Green later and really liked it.

To be honest, I wasn't that exited about Gen IV. After saving some money for DS Lite I finally bought Pokémon Platinum and Pokémon Heart Gold. I didn't really like either of them, but at least HG had some nice features. The game I played the most on my DS Lite was Mystery Dungeon Blue. I enjoyed it very munch.

Then info of B/W came. I was amazed.

After almost learning all new Pokémon's Japanese Names and their movesets, typing and stuff like that B/W finally arrived. I bought White the day it came out in Europe (Just for lulz because we got it before America). I loved it. Finally Pokémon games had some story. And new Pokémon were awesome. Especially Chandelure, Snivy and many others.

Few months ago I learned about Nuzlocking and tried it. My both runs (in slightly harder hacks) ended to a wipe. I lost some bros (Mainly Crossfire the Blaziken, Gulpist the Swalot and Mozart the Duskull) but I didn't give up. I swear I'm going to finish a Nuzlocke some day.

On Bulbapedia

I'm still quite n00bish, so I'm practising editing. I'm currently helping Project Walkthroughs on Mystery Dungeon walkthrough because I know many usefull but unencylopedic things (Which Pokémon to avoid, what to do in boss fights) about first PMD games.