links, notes and handy tools
Use this Hangman Helper. (the other one closed lol coz..... reasons)
Use this Price Check. remember about inflation and item market changes... actually just use stonks lol
Use this Map. some of the thingymabobs have the same location on the site, so pay attention.
Use this magic bagvalue Tool Thingy to figure out what is worth selling.
Use this Royal Tunnel Helper
Use this Help Subforum to see the FAQs and search help threads
Use this Royal Tunnel Simulator to practise the noobtrap.
The Wiki is here and also under the community tab
Check this Evo Guide for how to evolve mons
BoomBoy is currently hunting Calyrex.
Hunt started: 23/09/2021
Hunt started: 23/09/2021
[X] #1 - 1 year premium paid for without RL money
[X] #2 - Kalos Certificate to get that Mega Diancie :)
[..] #3 - full Kalos shiny dex inc. legends somewhere on my profile there should be a progress for this
[..] #4 -
[X] #5 - Officially become a not-noob (get all the badges)
[..] #6 - get Chespinking onto the ranklist its a long long way to go.... why dont you click him now :')
(basically for next July 1st - I try to set these every summer)
[..] #1 - chain 1000 on hangman
[..] #2 - another set of 8k nuggies for another year of premium. im not made of money so i probably cant afford to buy your nuggies tho :P
[..] #3 - Shiny Mega Gardevoir and Shiny Mega Gallade. these would be my first SMs, im very excited!
[..] #4 - Chespinking to level 4k. he'll be in my party, why dont you give him a berry?
ima probably add more here
Game RecordsTrainer ID: #762650682
Registration: 10/02/2019 (2 Years ago)
Game Time: 1803:01 Hours
Total interactions: 4,604,386
Starter Pokémon: Dewott
#286: the Zumwalt-class destroyers, named after a navy guy, are 3 super stealthy, super powerful destroyers. 610 feet long, they can reach speeds of up to 60km/hr. they're capable of shooting down aeroplanes, bases on land and aircraft carriers. costing over 4 billion USD each, they're designed around two "advanced gun systems" which are so advanced, the munitions costs literally a million dollars per fire. they have a whole battery of guided missiles, state-of-the-art Radar technology, and 80 cells in which either a "vertical launch anti-submarine missile" or "evolved sea sparrow missile" can be slotted into. and that's not even the best part - it's practically invisible to Radar: even close up, it only appears as a 50-foot fishing vessel. it's so invisible, they have to cover it in a reflective vest during peacetime to avoid awkward situations lol
#285: the London Underground is a Monument of the capital. it's Morden adequate for it's job - you can Bank on it. can't Stanmore of these puns? well here's some facts XD Aldgate Station is built on top of a huge plague pit, where thousands of bodies are supposedly buried. Aldgate East, one of the 9 stations with "East" in its name, had to be lowered by 2 metres in 1938. the construction workers hollowed out the space while trains were still running under the tracks, and quickly lowered the rails over the 4 hours the tube is closed at night. there were no injuries or disruptions to the service. the tube is amazing.
Rowan Quest List
Zellane is collecting a list of Rowan quests to feed.
60 starving quest pokemon on the list so far! Don’t forget to add yours or someone else’s!
Clicklist by Leveia or Clicklist by Boomboy
~MILK_BBT_2021~ has the egg hatching task. Please warm their party.
If you have a Quest pokemon that isn’t on the list or know someone that does, please post the pokemon link in Zellane’s previous feed for people to feed.
Tips for Beating Oak
Hangman Helper by Solipse.
Click here to Share It!
#284: picture a banana. picture a slug. give it tentacles, hundreds of microscopic teeth, and some slime that's also a melted crystal. you have the Pacific banana slug - the biggest slug in north America. it grows up to a foot long and buries itself in the winter lol
#283: Lichtenstein first competed at the summer Olympics in 1936, sending 5 men to Berlin. it was only then that someone actually noticed that their flag was identical to Haiti. so they added a crown the following year. but seriously, why did it take that long-
#282: of the 195 or so countries, 170 celebrate an independence day of some sort. of these 170, about 60 are celebrating independence from the UK, about 31 are from France and about 26 from Spain. about 85% are from a European country
#281: Jousting is the official sport of the state of Maryland. in 1962 it became the first state to have an official sport, and now there are 15 states with an official sport. Alaska's is Dog Mushing (?!) and south dakota, texas and wyoming's are all "rodeo"... joustings pretty cool though - "knights" or "maids" dress in colourful costumes and charge up a 80-yard course and put a spear through a ring as little as 1/4 inch in diameter. men, women and children compete in the same competitions which is pretty cool.
fun fact about me: all of my pokemon names are references to something or other. take the mons in my party - cleo was someone i knew, kenver is my neighbours dog, and markus is the name of my dewott from white 2 and Plasmodium-Z2 is a genus of slime mould (plasmodium) and the code for the Blue Zygarde Core from the XYZ anime (Z-2)
theres some obvious ones like Luke and Leia (even tho leia is actually 6 years older than luke lol) and some less so, like Richard is named after King Richard III, the only king to have an organised appreciation society
might be interesting for you to leaf through and see how many you can spot :P or not lol (ig its a substitute for one of those "friendship test" things or whatever)
feel free to use this hashtag to post whatever you want - facts about the world, science, history, whatever. facts about you, or just deep thoughts that spring into your mind!
#280: the most common letter in the english language is undoubtedly E. but the order of the other letters depends on how you count it - if you use individual words, regardless of how often you use the words, A is a close second. however if you factor in the frequency of words, T is not far behind. this is because the words "the", "they", "to", etc get used a lot more than, say, "astragalocalcaneal", "calcaneoastragalar" or "taramasalata" (which all contain 6 As).
getting onto something a little more useful - the most common letters in Pokeheroes Hangman are as follows:
E features in 1207 of 1919 words - nearly 63%!
A features in 1188.
R in 1084, O in 955, I in 871, N in 792, T in 787 and L in 780.
Q only appears in 28 words on the database, with J in a close 29. 25 of those 29 J words begin with J but only 11 of the words with Q in begin with Q.
#279: they said history never repeats itself, and then Clive Palmer decided it was a good idea to build the Titanic II. it's exactly what it sounds like - a 'modern interpretation" of the original Olympic-Class model, built in China by some company from Brisbane. it's about 122% of the original size, costs 500m$, hosts around 2000 passengers and has a crew of 900. the original voyage date was in 2016 but in typical procrastination fashion, it was postponed to 2018 then 2022. who knows what will happen - personally I doubt it will get as far as the ocean lol. they haven't updated the website in 3 years :P
and for some reason its unable to decode the é character in Pokéheroes lol
#278: inuktitut has gotta be one of the best languages ever. it is comprised not of an alphabet and letters, but of an abugida - a segmental writing system in which consonant - vowel sounds are represented with a single syllabic. in this language from the north of Canada, they dont have more than 2 consonants and a vowel per syllable. theres a symbol for each consonant - ᐃᐱᑎᑭᒋᒥᓂᓯᓕᔨᕕᕆᕿ - but the direction of the symbol dictates the vowel sound followed by it.
for example, to say "see" you would write the S symbol pointing upwards (where default is down) for an 'ih' sound, with a dot on it to lengthen it. it just makes so much sense. to close a word with a consonant, you write the consonant in superscript after the letter.
#277: you are more likely to
be killed by a coconut
he killed by a cow
be bitten by a person
eat to death
be killed by a champagne cork
be killed by a firework
fall of a ladder and die
be struck by lightning
run over yourself with a lawnmower
fall into a sinkhole in the desert and drown in sand
die while putting on your socks
be killed by a chipotle pepper
than be killed by a shark
#276: in Japan, most shops have exploding balls filled with orange dye. when someone robs a shop, the employees throw the balls at the robber or their getaway vehicle and they mark them so the police can easily track them. the staff of big department stores get special throwing training lol. they were introduced to replace raw eggs, which were thrown at people who skipped toll booths. and even though they don't actually get used very much they're very effective because a store is less likely to be robbed if it has these on display.
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yayy Sylvie at 1k!!! at the ripe old age of 1 Year 9 Months and 25 Days, shes my oldest shiny :D
hope you enjoy this momentous occasion my beautiful baby :)
#275: Famous for speaking "backwards", Yoda is. In an object-subject-verb order he speaks. but in Czech, he speaks subject-object-verb instead. as an example, the line "the last of the Jedi you will be" would be dubbed as "you the last of the Jedi will be".
obviously in English it's subtitled as it's said, but in most other languages it's made to be grammatically correct. except from Estonian, in which it retains the syntax, because it's not actually grammatically incorrect.
in Italian R2D2 is called I1-P8.
#274: Trek has released one of the first environmental reports on the production of a bicycle, and it contradicts the preconception that cycling is inherently green; it is about 100kg of CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) to produce a basic mountain bike, and a further 65kg for an electric. in order to offset that, youd have to cycle 690km (430 miles) where you would have otherwise driven. however, in the long run its better to cycle because it takes 55 times that amount to produce a car and 100 times for an electric, or 130 times for an SUV.
#273: Garry Hoy was a lawyer in the Toronto-Dominion Centre in 1993. he was demonstrating to a bunch of students how strong the glass was. so he decided it was a good idea to throw his full body weight against the pane. the whole frame fell out and Garry dropped 24 storeys. the window pane was absolutely fine.
about me :D
Awesome - Jedi knight - Chespin lover - Pro - Absolute idiot - Overuser of "lol" and "xD" - Nerd
I like Pokémon (well, duh), Star Wars, Lego, Chespin, Art (a bit), Spriting, Coding, Trains (Choo-Choo!), music, nerding out about junk (the more useless the better) and NOT sport. (and any combination of the above :P)
the world is at peace when you have a banana
missing ones also appreciated for my dex
Avatar credits: me lol. if you think you can do a better one, pleeeaaase palpad me xD
(If you are gonna contact me, make it worth my time
Also, if you friend me, it is highly likely i will not friend you back, unless you bribe me with Chespin Plushies)
first shiny leggy, Vincent
i could go on, but there is a limit lol
Progress and stuff
SM Gardevoir and Gallade
just getting as many gems as i can
i have 50 of 117 Kalos Shinies
(clicklist has 52 ∵ 2 espurr and 2 hawlucha)