Along with binge-watching Netflix’s Iron Fist, I also spent the weekend finishing the Pokemon Sun and Moon Pokedex! As soon as Marshadow is released in a future Pokemon Event, I will be at 802 Pokemon!
Important things to note:
In addition to all 801 individual Pokemon, I captured some additional Pokemon that had distinct type or style variations (ie. Wormadam, Shellos and Gastrodon, Unfezant, Basculin, Frillish and Jellicant, Pyroar, Meowstic, Zygarde, Oricorio, Lycanroc). I didn’t go for those Pokemon that had a crazy amount of variations like Vivillon and Minior.
I did capture all the Alola forms, which I placed near their non-Alola counterparts.
I have two Charizards for both Mega Evolutions X and Y. I got a third shiny Charizard during Sun and Moon, which I am holding onto in my party (therefore not featured).
I also have two Gyarados, one normal and one shiny (featured)
Pokemon Sun and Moon does not give you a certificate or an additional passport page for completing the entire National Pokedex, so I upload the Alola Pokedex certificate instead.
I honestly don’t know what to do with myself now. Maybe I’ll read a book. Lol.
Serena with a mega absol. There isn’t a pokemon that I really liked from X/Y so I paired Serena with a mega-evolution. Absol has always been one of my favorites, so this was a good opportunity to show it off :3
“Charizard flies around the sky in search of powerful opponents. It breathes fire of such great heat that it melts anything. However, it never turns its fiery breath on
any opponent weaker than itself.”
This is it everyone, for the first time ever Ash is competing in the finals of a Pokemon League and everyone is asking one major question. Will Ash win? Well I have some solid evidence as to why Ash will beat Alan.
Ash always beats his main rivals
With the exception of the Indigo League, Ash has beaten his main rival from each region in that particular league such as beating Gary in the Johoto League, Paul in the Sinnoh league, Trip in the Unova league, and so on. Now after defeating his main rival Ash would end up losing to a last minute trainer that the writers created to beat Ash in the league but that not the case here since Ash have already lost to Alain twice. If Ash lost a third time that would make no sense since Ash need to redeem himself and Ash is supposed to always beat his rival in each region.
Ash is the strongest then he have ever been
In this series Ash have been winning battles left and right, and while he may not have won every singles battle, he certainly have more wins then losses under his belt in this region. Like Diamond and Pearl, Ash is thinking outside the box by not just relying on his Pokemon moves, but how to execute them while also using the battlefield to his advantage. Now I know some people think Alan will beat Ash due to him beating Malva, a member of the elite four, but Ash technically almost beat the Kalos Champion. THe only reason why he didn’t win was because he collapsed due to him and Greninja not perfecting their form yet. So if Ash can almost beat the Kalos Champion, I have a feeling he should be able to defeat Alan.
Ash Greninja vs Mega Charizard X
Let’s face it, the battle will come down to Alan and Ash’s strongest pokemon, and Greninja is just as determined to beat Alan as Ash is. The stronger Ash determination to win grow the stronger Greninja will become. I guarantee that Greninja final move will be the flaming Water Shuriken because I doubt even Alan Charizard will be able to withstand that attack.
So come one everyone, let put our faith in Ash and root for him in the finals! Because I REALLY want him to win!