Hello fellow Pokemon Trainers! It’s time for another Pokedex post! I hope you guys are ready for some crazy entries. Now, let’s begin!
Ebolable (The Ebola Pokemon) #024 Poison/Dark Type Appearance: A freaky bear-shaped globular creature. Possible Ability: Liquid Ooze (HP- Draining moves used on this Pokemon damage the user instead) Evolves from Nauseon at Level 25 if its Attack is higher than its Defense. Ht: 3’03” Wt: 32.0 lbs Gender Ratio: 50/50 Base Stats: HP:70, Attack: 55, Defense: 70, Sp. Atk: 120, Sp. Def: 90, Speed: 95 Base Stat Total: 500 (Pretty Balanced Stats with High Sp. Atk) Immune to Psychic and Weak to Ground
Entry: Ebolable spreads viruses by contaminating water. It enjoys the misery of those infected with Ebola.
Gangnome (The Idol Pokemon) #275 Fairy Type Doesn’t Evolve Possible Ability: Soundproof (Negates sound-based moves) Appearance: A green version of K-Pop musician, PSY. Gender Ratio: 50/50 Ht: 4’03” Wt: 49.6 lbs Base Stats: HP: 120, Attack: 50, Defense: 115, Sp. Atk: 55, Sp. Def: 125, Speed: 40 Base Stat Total: 505 (Extremely good Defensive stats and the highest HP of all non-Legendary Fairy Types) Immune to Dragon and Weak to Steel and Poison.
Entry: Gangnome copies the style of Pokemon such as Pretzely and Gampster. Giant microphones amplify its sound moves.
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Pollefin (The Kelp Pokemon) #224 Water/Grass Type Possible Ability: Effect Spore (Possible status effect inflicted upon direct contact) Appearance: A green kelp-like fish with a flower ribbon on its side. Gender Ratio: 50/50 Ht: 2’00” Wt: 19.8 lbs Evolves into Florigrace at Level 26 Base Stats: HP: 30, Attack: 20, Defense: 20, Sp. Atk: 40, Sp. Def: 50, Speed: 80 Base Stat Total: 240 (Extremely shitty stats with ok speed) Weak to Poison, Flying, and Bug.\
Entry: Pollefin is the best smelling fish in the sea. It uses its sweet scent to attract its prey.
Faptime (The Session Pokemon)#307 Rock/Psychic Type Possible Abilities: Speed Boost (Boosts Speed Stat at the end of each turn) or Own Tempo (Prevents confusion) Appearance: An extremely phallic clock with 4 legs and large breasts. Genderless Ht: 4’11” Wt: 156.5 lbs Doesn’t evolve, but is the counterpart to Jerkle Base Stats: HP: 60, Attack: 110, Defense: 90, Sp. Atk: 60, Sp. Def: 90, Speed: 69 Base Stat Total: 479 (Pretty High Attack Stat) Weak to Grass, Dark, Ground, Bug, Ghost, Steel, and Water.
Entry: Faptime spends its night dating models like Miss Michigan and Rosie Palm.
Hello fellow Pop Culture Enthusiasts! It’s time for another Tropes post! I hope you guys are ready for some juicy information. Now, let’s begin!
Badass Bookworm: An awesome trope that used in multiple forms of media. It deals with a usually nerdy character with hidden potential. They either have incredible strength, heavy firepower, or potentially potent magic powers. Some examples include; Rock from Black Lagoon. This incredibly intelligent businessman is usually the voice of reason for the main characters. He can talk himself out of almost any situation, and the fact that he is bilingual really helps in foreign affairs. Next, we have Bane from DC’s Batman. This ultra violent villain has a surprisingly brilliant mind. Having read tons of books behind bars, he’s exceptionally knowledgeable about the world, and still has time to strengthen his body. Lastly, there’s Sho Minamimoto from The World Ends With You. This villain is one of the most intelligent characters in the entire game. He also has one of the most difficult boss battles, and will yell mathematical equations at you during the fight.
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Human Pincushion: A rather graphic trope that is used in many different forms of media. It refers to a person that has multiple weapons sticking out of them. It can also refer to a pretty gruesome death involving many sharp objects. Some examples include; Zabuza’s final moments in Naruto. He gets stabbed with multiple weapons for betraying his crime lord. Next, there is the horrific needle trap from Saw II. The trap is a bed of needles that houses a single key. Amanda Young gets forcefully pushed into it, and it is one of the most unsettling things I have ever seen in cinema. Lastly, there is Junko’s “death” in the first Danganrompa game. She gets impaled by multiple spears, and dies nearly instantly.
Amanda experiencing the terrors of the Needle Trap.
Spikes of Doom: An incredibly common trope that’s used in numerous forms of media. It deals with spikes that can kill a character with a single touch. In video games, it can be used as challenging obstacles to overcome. Some examples include; The spikes from the Megaman series. These bastards are absolutely everywhere in these games, and will kill the Blue Bomber in one hit, no matter how much health he has. Next, we have the spikes from the Mortal Kombat games. They not only are used as background objects, but players can fall on them as a bloody finishing move. Lastly, we have the spikes in Super Meat Boy. This incredibly difficult platformer has these in spades, and makes the journey even more hellish for our titular hero.
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Ax-Crazy: A trope that’s extremely common in Horror based media. It deals with a mentally unstable character that’s capable of inflicting extreme violence. Some examples include; Cioccolata from part 5 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. He’s a deranged doctor that enjoys making Snuff films with his partner, Secco. He also has a stand that kills people with a flesh eating virus. Next, there’s Carnage from Spider Man. He’s a serial killer that can generate whips and other weapons. Lastly, there’s Aran Ryan from Punch-Out!! He’s an unstable Irish fighter that never stops moving. He also plays extremely dirty, using illegal moves such as headbutts and ropes to take Mac down.
Aran Ryan: The insane boxer.
Freak Lab Accident: An immensely popular trope that’s used in many superhero forms of media. It occurs when some dangerous chemicals mix together, and transform somebody. Occasionally, it gives people superpowers, while other times, it horrifically mutates or kills them. Some examples include; The origin of Captain Hindsight from South Park. He gets involved in a freak accident with a radioactive spider that leaves him with the powers of extreme hindsight. Next, there’s The Fly from the movie of the same name. A teleportation accident causes an unfortunate scientist to merge with a fly, creating a hideous human fly hybrid. Lastly, there’s the giant tarantula’s in the film of the same name.
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Magikarp Power: A fun trope that’s used in many forms of media. It refers to a seemingly weak character or item that gains phenomenal power upon leveling up or evolving. Some examples include; The titular trope namer, Magikarp. This is the weakest Pokemon in terms of stats, but it evolves into a giant leviathan-like creature with tremendous strength. Next, there’s the “Void Item” from The Binding of Isaac. It starts out as a useless active item, however, it can absorb other items to become an immensely powerful resource. Lastly, we have Frothing Berserker from Hearthstone. It starts out as a semi-weak 2/4 minion, but every time it takes damage, it grows in power.
Handicapped Badass: Another extremely common trope that’s used in many forms of media. It represents a disabled person who does incredible things, and doesn’t let their faults get in the way. Some examples include; Johnny from part 7 of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure. This main character is paralyzed from the waist down, but participates in a world-wide horserace, and kicks serious ass. Next, there’s Red Haired Shanks from One Piece. This pirate captain lost his right arm to a sea monster in the first episode. Surprisingly, this doesn’t weaken his swordsmanship in any way, and he still is one of the most powerful characters in the show. Lastly, there’s Professor X from the X Men. While he might be bound to a wheelchair, his telepathic powers are some of the strongest in the world.
Johnny Joestar handicapped, jockey, and certified badass.
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Serial Killer: A dark, but morbidly fascinating trope that’s used in multiple forms of media. It depicts a character, possibly mentally unstable, who kills multiple people. Some examples (not using depictions of real life examples), include; Lucy from the ultra-violent manga and anime, Elfen Lied. She is completely malicious, and slaughters multiple people with her demonic powers. Next, there’s Mr. Zsasz from the Batman Series. He’s one of the more psychopathic prisoners of Arkham Asylum. His body is covered in scars, which represent the amount of people he has killed. Lastly, there’s Dexter from the show of the same name. He’s a unique case, in that he only kills Serial Killers.
Lucy: Cute but extremely dangerous.
Up To Eleven: An incredibly common trope that occurs in many forms of media. It happens when some type of event or tragedy increases power or effect. Some examples include; Most of the cast of the manga/anime series, Eyeshield 21. This is an amazing football series that insanely increases stereotypical bullies and jocks into super humans. Next, we have the Ludicrous Speed dial from Spaceballs. Lastly, there’s the Are you Nuts?! speed on Jimmy Neutron’s Jetpack.