Beginning on September 1, Build-A-Bear stores will offer a 14-inch Eevee plush in the US, UK, and Canada. Consumers can purchase a standard item for $28, but an exclusive online set will be sold as well for $62, which also comes with a cape, sleeper, and an Eevee 5-in-1 sound chip. The sleeper will be sold separately in stores for $12.50, though the cape and sound chip are only included in the online set. In-store and online Eevee plushes will come with an exclusive Pokemon Trading Card Game card.

Source: nintendoeverything.com


I feel the strong need to show off my 14 year old sister Lalamoo’s work all the time haha. All made out of paper, look how beautiful they are!!

Do support this REALLY TALENTED KID by following her on facebook here or instagram here

She’s very shy and doesn’t like to call too much attention to her work by herself, but I can tell it makes her really happy when people appreciate her papercraft or leave nice comments <3 (So I help her show them off HAHA)

An update on Pokémon GO account bans

We continue to work to ensure the integrity of the game and the health of our servers by blocking unauthorized access and at times by banning offending accounts. This includes blocking bots, data scraping operations, and banning end user accounts associated with those activities. Some players may not have realized that some add-on map apps do more than just show you nearby Pokémon. Each end-user app can be used as a collection tool by the app creator, invisibly collecting and forwarding data to the app creator with or without the knowledge of the end user. These apps can have an effect similar to DDoS attacks on our servers. Because of this we have had to ban some accounts associated with using these add-on map tools, leading to confusion by some users about why they were banned. This is a small subset of the accounts banned.

As a result of some changes made to our infrastructure, we are now able to unban this set of accounts. Add-on maps which scrape data from our servers still violate our Terms of Service and use of them may still result in an account ban going forward. Accounts whose sole purpose was to scrape data are not being unbanned. Accounts which used apps or websites to remotely capture Pokémon, battle or deploy on Gyms, or harvest resources from PokéStops are also not being unbanned. Our main priority is to provide a fair, fun, and legitimate experience for all players, so, aggressive banning will continue to occur for players who engage in these kinds of activities.

Source: pokemongolive.com