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Old January 26th, 2013 (07:54 PM).
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Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Brazil
Age: 27
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Nature: Lonely
Quote originally posted by Aerilyn:
You forgot to mention Volcarona. It's okay though, because I remembered it for you. :p

The large population of Water-types makes sense from a realistic point of view. The earth is covered by 70% of water and there are thousands if not millions of different types of aquatic creatures that exist today, many of which have yet to be discovered. And similar to Pokémon, some of them are pathetic while others are much more feared of or respected.

That being said, I do agree with you. I'd like to see more Fire-types and Ice-types around. More so Ice-types because they're probably my favorite kind after Dark-types.
Oh damn, forgot about that big moth. Cool typing, too. There is also Victini but it's only an event Pokémon so it doesn't count.

Gamefreak lost a good opportunity to introduce Ice-types in 4th gen. I mean, a whole route covered in snow, and the only new Pokémon you can get there is Snover. New as in, completely new and not an evo of something existent (like Weavile, Froslass and Mamoswine were).
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