Hey c: This is mostly not a serious blog. I will basically post whatever I want, when I want to. I hope you enjoy the stuff I post. I always like to hear feedback too if you're into that sort of thing c: Ask me stuff. I like answering questions.

clumsyshark:

Trick-or-Treat is a really cute move okay

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shelzie:

gif’d this thing i made once because it’s the only part of it i still really like. i miss animating for pleasure..

shelzie:

gif’d this thing i made once because it’s the only part of it i still really like. i miss animating for pleasure..

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zetsubosama:

friendly reminder that red’s gyrados is adorable

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So that’s Roy Mustang.

The Flame Alchemist, eh?

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norisus:

And two more Pokes from that earlier stream!

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bubblescarf:

why do so many pokemon regions start with K?

  • kanto
  • kalos
  • kohto
  • kinnoh
  • koenn
  • kunova
  • kentucky

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shinycaterpie:

The battle background for this route looks really amazing.

shinycaterpie:

The battle background for this route looks really amazing.

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gourmetgaming:

Pokémon – Old Gateau

With the return of Gourmet Gaming, I felt a return to the classics (in terms of both food and games) as a gentle ease in would be best. Pokémon recently enjoyed a resurgence in popularity thanks to ‘Twitch Plays Pokémon’ where gamers set aside their differences and took part in some (mostly) jolly co-operation in a bid to become Pokémon master. When it came to the Old Gateau, I decided to base the recipe on the traditional Japanese treat of Uirō, which is rather similar to Mochi in texture and taste. I decided only a sweet from the Edo period could have survived so long in the Old Chateau. I like to think maybe it’s the final tasty evolution of a Gengar…
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gourmetgaming:

Pokémon – Old Gateau

Difficulty: 1 Heart

With the return of Gourmet Gaming, I felt a return to the classics (in terms of both food and games) as a gentle ease in would be best. Pokémon recently enjoyed a resurgence in popularity thanks to ‘Twitch Plays Pokémon’ where gamers set aside their differences and took part in some (mostly) jolly co-operation in a bid to become Pokémon master. When it came to the Old Gateau, I decided to base the recipe on the traditional Japanese treat of Uirō, which is rather similar to Mochi in texture and taste. I decided only a sweet from the Edo period could have survived so long in the Old Chateau. I like to think maybe it’s the final tasty evolution of a Gengar…

Click ‘Read More’ for the full recipe!

Read More

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kyurem:

I wasn’t expecting Xerneas being a girl omg

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