The Sea Otter Pokémon
Hello, I'm Nichole. A twenty-something, female, Australian, suffering autism/social issues and proud member
of this forum since 2011. Been a childhood fan of Pokemon since I was only 7, and I picked up
my first Pokemon game when I was 11. Pretty much have played every game since then.
Joined PC in March 2011. Became a Community Supporter in October 2012, started off initially as
a Tier 4, since jumped to Tier 5 or as we know them these days, Crystal Tier. I also manage two clubs, and I'm also a mentor in TWL's Adoption Center. Ex Showdown regular, and currently active Tumblr blogger.
Aside from Pokemon, I have a love for cute anime girls, plushies, music and anything that gives
me a good laugh. This blog will mainly be a showcase of stuff I am loving right now, some personal
reviews and ramblings, music, funny stuff, life updates and things going around PC.
Sleeping Snorlax Ahead
Time for some random meme blog entry, and it features one of my fave Pokemon from Generation I (and the basis for the usernames of two PC users I talk to often) who is always blocking the path.
Yes, I'm talking about Snorlax!
There's something I loved about this sleeping hunk of a beast that hits like a train, he was OU for the first few generations, had an awesome movepool and is downright hilarious when you see the memes about him.
Especially this one, I love the whole joke they make out of "Snorlax blocks the path". He is known as "Kabigon" if you're familiar with the Japanese version of the games, and I never managed to train one myself until playing Black where I evolved one from the Munchlax I obtained in the trade in Undella Town. And I love that awesome stat spread, particularly towards Attack, Defense and Special Defense and he's the star of the infamous "Curselax" strategy seen in competitive battling.
Seriously, I like him better than even Pikachu. Do you think Snorlax was one of the most awesome Pokemon ever from the early days? Share it in the comments.
Posted December 23rd, 2012 at 7:00 PM by TheFattestSnorlax