So here’s a neat little thing that allows you to fuse pokémon icons any two of the first 115 pokémon. And here’s a site that allows you to view multiple possible fusions at once. Using these, I plan to create my own dream team of hybrid pokémon. Let’s meet them!
Name: Spinach Puff
Fusion: Caterpie/Ivysaur (Caterysaur)
Moves: Bug Bite, Cut, Sleep Powder, Tackle
Description: When not in battle, Spinach Puff is a gentle soul who loves to cuddle. When he’s feeling content, the flower on his back lets off a pleasant aroma.
Fusion: Kangaskhan/Arbok (Kangasbok)
Moves: Acid, Bite, Crunch, Leer
Description: Guarder can be a bit cocky and mischievous at times. But if he sees that one of his friends is in danger, he’ll do whatever it takes to defend them.
Fusion: Tentacruel/Clefable (Tentafable)
Level: Level 30
Moves: Bubblebeam, Double Slap, Metronome, Sing
Description: Tidal is a very serious personality. He’s obsessed with the moon, the sea, and pointing at things.
Fusion: Paras/Zubat (Pabat)
Level: Level 20
Moves: Fly, Fury Cutter, Leech Life, Wing Attack
Description: Chirpy likes to hover around observing things and cannot be shooed away. When he sees something particularly interesting, he lets out a little chirp.
Fusion: Sandshrew/Slowpoke (Sandpoke)
Level: Level 20
Moves: Magnitude, Sand-Attack, Surf, Water Gun
Description: Quicksand mostly just sits around looking cute. He will accept any treats given to him.
Fusion: Vileplum/Grimer (Vilemer)
Level: Level 20
Moves: Poison Gas, PoisonPowder, Sludge, Strength
Description: Sludgebeard loves to chase things. However, due to the fact that he moves rather slowly, he never actually catches anything.
I was watching Crossover, my second viewing of it, and I noticed something this time around. It’s likely been pointed out before, but whatever. When Bashir and Kira first get to the station, Bashir isn’t staring at the two Kiras like you’d think he would. I mean, two Kiras right next to each other! It’s a spectacle! No, he spends all his time staring at Mirror Garak, confused and asking him what was going on. If you’re so close to someone that you try to figure out what’s wrong with him while there are what might as well be clones right next to you, you really must have some sort of special feeling for that person.
tabbydragon asked: Top five favorite animals?
I’ve had a lot of favorite animals over the years, although right now I’m not sure that I do. Still, here are five animals I like. :)
1. Octopi - These had been my favorite animals for the longest time. My sizable collection of octopus merchandise is evidence of that. ^_^ What catalyzed my love for them was the character Ultros, a villainous octopus from the video game Final Fantasy VI.
2. Owls - I just love the way they look. Barn owls are adorable and certain other types of owls tend to have an air of…sophistication? XD…that I approve of. As far as I’m concerned, every room looks better if it had a nice picture of an owl in it. Hence why I’ve had two different owl calendars. ^_^;
3. Frogs - Frogs also just look nice. Not as good as owls, but still. (Yes, I know this might be seen as very shallow criteria for picking favorite animals, but oh well. :P) I think my initial fondness for frogs was brought on by the animated short Rupert and the Frog Song.
4. Pigs - Pigs can be so adorable. Apparently they’re also very smart and clean! If I ever get another pet, I’d like it either to be a cat or a pig.
5. Bugs - Nothing specific, just bugs in general. I remember in elementary school looking through a book with photographs of bugs and exclaiming at how cute I thought they were. The other students didn’t seem to agree. Plus bug is my favorite pokémon type. Because d’aw.
EDIT: I’m also gonna give at least an honorable mention to snakes. I love the way they smell and the way their skin feels.
inactivelyverby asked: Top 5 fave books
Heh…this might seem odd coming from an English major who works as a library, but I’m not all that into reading books. XD I like them as tangible objects, but I’d much prefer watching a good TV show or playing a good video game to reading a book. ^_^ Still, there are a couple that stand out.
1. Wigfield: The Can-Do Town That Just May Not - This is a fantastic, very funny, very cleverly written book. It’s kind of remarkable how much of the humor comes not from the characters and situations presented, but by the way they’re written. Stephen Colbert is one of the authors, so if you like him I would highly recommend it. Some crude humor, but I don’t think most of my followers would have a problem with that. XD
2. Batman: No Man’s Land - If you’re a fan of Batman, I’d recommend this. If you’re not into Batman, though, maybe you’d wanna pass on this one. It’s a Batman novel that covers the aftermath of the earthquake that destroys Gotham. It follows a number of different characters from the universe and has some really great scenes. Definitely an interesting read if you like the franchise.
3. Need a House? Call Ms. Mouse! This is a children’s picture book featuring an architect mouse who designs houses for various animals. The illustrations are very clever, taking the specific needs of each individual animal. Without even reading the text, you can spend a lot of time just enjoying all the details put into the incredible drawings. Great for both kids and adults.
4. The Red Dwarf series - I never got into the TV show, but I remember enjoying the books of this that I read quite a bit. They’re comedies that take place out in space, sort of along the same lines as Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Very funny and some interesting plot lines along the way.
5. Dieties and Demigods - I wasn’t sure what to put down for a fifth. Anyways, here’s something…a little different. This one technically isn’t the sort of book you just sit down and read. It’s a supplemental book for Dungeons and Dragons campaigns. It basically instructs you on how to come up with your own pantheon using the D&D system. Just a fun way to spend some time.