Hopefully anyone looking at this likes Pokémon, video games, comics, and PUNS. If you want to find me anywhere else, trying to add Sixty X Celph is a fairly safe bet, whether it's Steam, Xbox Live, PSN, whatever.

 

trinketgeek:

Ok, I was really debating whether I should upload this at all today. I wanted to have all three legendaries together but It’s taken me this long to get the main two done so I can’t get the third done today and I’m too excited not to post. I’ll get Zygarde made and posted tomorrow since he’s just as much a legendary of this gen as the others, even if he isn’t as popular as Rayquaza or Giratina. I’m pretty sure he’ll get an amazing new form is Pokemon Z though, and everyone will love him!
Pendants by Trinket Geek:
Xerneas - Yveltal
Image source:I  II

trinketgeek:

Ok, I was really debating whether I should upload this at all today. I wanted to have all three legendaries together but It’s taken me this long to get the main two done so I can’t get the third done today and I’m too excited not to post. I’ll get Zygarde made and posted tomorrow since he’s just as much a legendary of this gen as the others, even if he isn’t as popular as Rayquaza or Giratina. I’m pretty sure he’ll get an amazing new form is Pokemon Z though, and everyone will love him!

Pendants by Trinket Geek:

Xerneas - Yveltal

Image source:
I  II

youngjusticer:

Pet shaming, the internet trend of mocking a disobedient animal, is a relatively harmless exercise since most pets are incapable of doing a ton of damage. That’s not the case with Pokemon, which have powers that range from spewing fire to complete control over time and space. Punishing a creature that can spit poison in your face is a much dicier prospect, but it hasn’t stopped online artists from turning Pokemon shaming into a thing. For example, if you keep a massive rotund pet like Snorlax around, you’re gonna lose some furniture.