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Choosing a Starter

Posted by Tekulo in the Green , Jun 17 2013 · 132 views
Pokemon X
So, I decided that this October I'll be getting Pokemon X because I love Pokemon Games and this one is looking pretty fantastic so far.
I've decided I'll want to raise a Sylveon (because Eevee is my favorite pokemon ever and I love all of the eeveelutions), a Talonflame (for sky battles and the fact that it's a normal flying type with a second type attached.  I think that's pretty sweet), a Gogoat (because Gogoat's concept is awesome), a Clauncher (it looks awesome) and most likely a Flabebe (Flower Sprite Pokemon?  YES!).
Anyway, I'll also probably name them after Fairy Tale characters due to my obsession with Grimm and Andersen works.  Talonflame is so going to be a name from The Juniper Tree.  
Anyway, due to my pokemon decisions above, I already have each starter type covered.  Not only that, but I actually do like all of the initial designs for each starter pokemon.  Yes, even Froakie.  I didn't like it at first, but the little guy's grown on me.  Chespin is awesome, Fennekin is a Fennec fox pokemon (awesome) and water starters are some of my favorites in battle (though I do love the grass type for their designs and concepts).  
So, yeah.  I'm torn.  I have no idea which one to choose...


Tearing Up

Posted by Tekulo in the Green , Jun 10 2013 · 133 views
At fiction
So, I keep hearing about all of these stories and other fictitious things that people cry over.  And I don't mean everyone cries at them, but I hear actual people have actually cried at these things.  You know, like Toy Story 3, The Bridge to Terabithia (book), My Little Dashie, and various other things that don't make me cry. 
Yeah, I rarely, and I mean bordering on the fence between fairly seldom and never, do I cry at fiction.  Movies, books, shows, comics, etc I normally keep my cool.  In fact, I've only ever gotten misty-eyed at fiction.  No actual tears as of yet.
Don't get me wrong, there are moments that I do cry, but then it was always something to do with reality.
So, whenever I find anything that impacts me so much that my eyes start to water, I know that it's good (well, in my opinion.  I really couldn't care less about what you guys think.  =P)
Most recently this for me was the book A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness.  I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good story. 


I forget what I was going to blog about...

Posted by Tekulo in the Green , Jun 04 2013 · 76 views
Here it is anyway, BRILLIANCE!
Yeah, I know I want to blog about something, but I totally can't remember what it is.
So, while I remember, let me tell you a story.
I forget what the story is.
Okay, so all of that aside, I suppose I could talk about my vacation with Akano and KK.
We saw stuff, did stuff, had some delicious gelato, went to the lego store and got the Palace Cinema (well, I did anyway), and I haggled with Akano over Lego sets.
I ended up getting a Lego Iron man minifig for free with my purchase at the Lego store (Well, I ended up getting two, but this was before I got the second.  I wanted to trade him away because I'm not a Superhero fan at all except for Batman because his story is literally the only one that makes any bit of relatable sense to me in any way, but I'm getting off topic).  So, I traded my first Iron Man away for the LEGO Set DJ Pirate Fez Crab.  The fact that this is not an actual Lego Set makes me question the sanity of LEGO's set creators.  Basically I got the better end of the deal because DJ Pirates are cool enough, but one with a fez who is also a crab?  Best.  Figure.  Ever.
Anyway, I also managed to build the Palace Cinema over the span of two nights before it was time to leave.  It is amazing and I love it so much.  <3  It's my first really big set that I've ever gotten, so I'm super excited.  I'll probably make a quick review sometime if anyone's interested.
Anyway, I think that's pretty much it.
I don't think I covered what I originally wanted to blog about...
What did I want to tell them, Billy?
You don't know?!  Well then...
~Tekulo <3

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