The Pokemon Fix

So, some of you may be wondering where I’ve been the past few days.

“Where is this guy? He writes, like, every damn day!”

Well, ladies and gentile fellas, I’ve been off and about… playing Pokemon.

“What. The guy that usually writes about school, exercising, etc., was playing Pokemon this whole time?”

Yup.  For those of you who don’t know, when you play Pokemon and have to train your pets in the wild because you destroyed every trainer on route 1000000000, IT TAKES FOREVER.

And then I beat the Elite Four and started using cheat codes (emulator, guilty).

For the Pokemon fans out there, I played Pokemon Ruby Destiny: Reign of Legends, a fan-based remake of your favorite, but with a different storyline, and a hell of a lot of intensity.  In this, you have the opportunity to meet (and catch) all of the legendary Pokemon prior to the Black and White Generation, as well as fight and capture two exclusive (fan-made) legendary Pokemon, one of which is the legendary Dark Lugia (formerly known as Shadow Lugia, but due to nicknaming issues, you would know that you can only go as far as ten characters). 

Reign of Legends is a part of a trilogy made by DestinedJagold of Youtube, as well as many others that I refuse to name because I don’t remember.  He has written very compelling plots for his trilogy, and has demonstrated a hell of a lot of quality in his work.  As far as I know, he’s from the Philippines and may be unemployed; anybody who knows where he can apply his skills should kindly guide him.  Here’s his wordpress.

In order to concentrate on getting back into the world of academia, I’m stopping at Reign of Legends, but I welcome you to take on the trilogy!