Shuckle BuildsShuckle: The Mold Pokemon
Resistances: Poison, Normal
Weaknesses: Water, Steel, Rock
Stall Potential: 5/5
Set-Up Potential: 3/5
Sweeping Potential: 2/5
Toxic Staller Build
Hold Item: Leftovers/Mental Herb
Infestation (Protect if you use mental herb)
Strategy: Start off by throwing one or two shell smashes, use toxic, infestation, and then keep using shell smash. Use
Nukid101's Top 10 Games Of 2014: 5 - 1
5) inFAMOUS: Second Son
When I first bought my PS4 inFAMOUS: Second Son was the first game that I bought. As soon as it was set up it was the first game that I popped in, and frankly it was a damn fine game to start with. Second Son is by no means a perfect game, but it earns my number 5 spot for pleasing that super powered sandbox genre sweetspot.
When it comes to the sandbox genre – particularly the super powered subgenre – my enjoyment can of them can be very influenced by how fun it to simply traverse the setting. Games like Saints Row IV and Spiderman 2 are personal favourites of mine because of fun it is just to traverse from place to place. They don’t treat it as a means to get to point A to point B, but as one of the core pleasures of the game.
This was something the first two inFAMOUS games really didn’t do very well. I do like them overall, but going from place to place was an absolute chore, so it is with great relief that this is
How Not to CritiqueI follow several OC-rating and critiquing blogs, and there’s nothing that I hate more than blogs that post about one user, flame them, and then have a whole blog-line of anons that just agree with the blog author. Chain-and-flame (as I call it) is just really unfair to the creator of the art that has been critiqued… and when you have more than one anon saying the same thing as the author, you begin to wonder “Is the author just posting to themselves to show off a ‘wide following’ or just boost their ego as the ‘almighty blogger’?
I tried this myself. I went to the Uniquely Different blog page (not my dashboard), and tested my little ‘submit to yourself theory', and… well… you can submit to yourself, and you can submit as an anonymous person. That clears that up. Doesn’t it.
Now, does that mean all anons are just bloggers submitting to themselves? No. While I had lost my password (and was unable to login), I
Hellsing Ultimate Logs: Part 4Now that I've made it to Episode 4, the last volume of "Hellsing Ultimate" that's available on Netflix, I find myself running out of things to say about this series.
Even though I have problems with it, I still enjoy the hell out of it.
If I may go off on a little of a tangent, I'd like to do a brief compare/contrast between "Hellsing Ultimate", and the very first film that ever caused me to go into a fangirl rage, "Van Helsing".
I was fifteen when I saw "Van Helsing", not long after I read "Dracula" by Bram Stoker.
What I find rather eerie is that was almost exactly ten years ago, and here I am as a fan of "Hellsing".
"Dracula" may have been a dumb pulp novel for its time, and it still is. The truth is people THINK it's a classic because it's so old and Bela Legosi as Dracula is one of the most famous icons in popular culture.
But the book was not that thematic or deep. It's no "Jekyll and Hyde" or "Frankenstein" or "Wuthering Heights".
It was clever in that it was sort of porn that s
SWR: Vision Of Hope Review
Hey everyone. Sorry for the slight delay but honestly I only saw this episode yesterday. This episode was only showed online and because of that I was considering waiting till next week to do this review, but as it should obvious I have decided against that. With that said, let’s begin!
So in this episode we start things off with Ezra having a vision whilst in the midst of lightsaber training (by the by, really glad to see that they’re building up his lightsaber training now) of the upcoming events of the episode. It’s all naturally vague but it is what sets into motion Ezra’s determination this episode. Admittedly Kanan’s being somewhat disregardful of the visions at first seemed a bit odd for him but I guess visions in this franchise before have been vague and he didn’t want to jump to conclusions, so I can accept it.
Ultimately the visions are ultimately true…sorta. Hey play out exactly how Ezra saw, but the contex
#1 Dusk Symphony ReviewSince the last time I saw SilverRomance's Dusk Symphony, I can tell that this redesign is both based on maturity and growing art style. For example now, Dusk looks at least 2 years older or more than when we last saw her in her previous reference.
Honestly I love the newest picture of Dusk with her updated reference, especially her black belly scales and updated cutiemark. The sharper horns, spines and claws show she's a bit tougher than before, and it is emphasized by her new spiky collar. Seeing her mane colour different from her hooves and inner wings also emphasizes that she is getting older (like getting darker as she ages, prehaps?). The new longer hairstyle and the fluffy tail and mane makes her look gorgeous. Even making her claws distinct from her feet really portray how she has toughened and grown up!
Keep up the nice designs, SilverRomance! I hope to see more of Dusk in the future
Review: The Secret of Kells (2009)
Damn it, I was just emotionally compromised by a movie about a book.
So yes, Tomm Moore's wondrous, ten years in the making opus is both a feast for the eyes, and a wonderful celebration of the work that hundreds of Irish monks undertook to preserve the Word of God in the depths of the Dark Ages.
Owing an obvious debt to the works of Miyazaki, Moore's film however is able to stand entirely on it's own as a supremely unique and vivid work. Be the hyper stylized and intimately detailed artwork, which deliberately invokes the beautiful illuminated text of the Book of Kells, to the gentle and sweet story, which recalls Irish mythology. The best part, given that it's an Irish fantasy with faeries, is that it NEVER, for once, belittles or suggests that Brendan and his fellow' monk's work is anything shy of sacred. Instead, the film is full of references to darkness being defeated by light, and what better way to show that then by the crafting and preservation of the Gospels themselves, which
#5 Milky Bubble ReviewHe was on TP for "weird species and too much neon markings".
Milky Bubble lived an usual life, his only problem was that he stayed a blank flank for most of his life. Sometime ago, there came a new "trend" to Equestria, which was the drink called "Bubble Tea". Everypony tried it out, and Milky Bubble did too. He found the drink so delicious, he asked ponies around and did research on how to do them yourself. After he practiced quite a while, Milky Bubble opened up his own Bubble-Tea-Shop in Equestria, Ponyville.
Okay first of all, there are a lot of lava lamp ponies out there... Second of all, there are way more weird species than lava lamp ponies out there too (TP, are you run by limeys?) and thirdly, this pony isn't even neon! Well the bright teal, kind of, but not the whole thing! Pastel pink is not neon.
I like his design, some lava lamp ponies I have seen only have one colour of bubble inside of them. Its nice to see a different variatuions of bubbles. Plus the bubbl
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