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.
Now this makes me mad...
OK, now this is a blog entry that I warn is not for the faint-hearted to read, especially those who think the long-grass routes in Pokemon games are among the most annoying locations in the game.
You can't run (well, at least in R/S/E), it's easy to get lost and there's loads of strong wild Pokemon that pop up EVERY SINGLE TIME.
Worst of all, YOU CAN'T EVEN RIDE YOUR BIKE! I LOVE THE BIKE SO MUCH!
In Black 2, I have to face my fears on Route 7 next so I can get to Celestial Tower and find Professor Juniper. It's that one point in the game I always dread given my massive hate towards long-grass routes and DEM ZEBSTRIKAS! Ugh, they try to paralyze you, and it annoys me.
You should have seen my rageface when I went through Route 119 in Ruby for the first time, Trainers kept spotting me and I was unprepared, and man I was lucky.
When I hear about long grass, it reminds me of this:
Wild encounters in long grass are so insane!
Posted January 14th, 2013 at 5:34 AM by Kura