Today, January 14th 2014, is the one-year anniversary of this blog. Hooray!
In this first year, I’ve posted (by my count) 1115 different splices (average of about 3 per day), including over 700 requests! The blog has over 3500 followers, which unless I’m mistaken makes it the second most popular dedicated Pokemon-splicing blog on the internet (and the most popular one with only a single splicer). It’s over ten times as popular as my main blog, and over a hundred times as popular as my personal blog.
In the year that this blog has been running, I’ve finished a doctoral degree, celebrated my thirtieth birthday, and changed cities.
Thank you all for your reblogs and requests, you’ve made this a very fun year, and thank you to all my fellow splicers for welcoming me into your community!
PS. It’s not actually my birthday. Just the blog’s birthday.
Whoa, hey, it’s been a while since I’ve posted. This is an old idea I had for a splicing blog a while back. Pokemon de-splicing. It’s as if actual Pokemon are the splices and you have to come up with what it started out as.
I thought it was kinda cool, and I wanted to share it with you guys.