This week on The Entertainment Dome, we get round to talking about the new info for Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Shining Pearl, and Legends: Arceus, we barely acknowledge Gamescom, and we can’t help but be excited about Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Before we begin searching for the baby Cubone, we check out what Celadon City has to offer and take on the local Gym Leader, Erika. Will we cut her down or will she kick our grass instead?
Our visit to Lavender Tower is interrupted when we come across a lost Cubone baby, prompting us to instead head towards Celadon.
To reach the next town, we must travel through the normally pitch black Rock Tunnel, which is filled with wild Pokémon to catch and other Trainers to battle.
For the next step on our journey, we need to reach the pitch-black Rock Tunnel. But to get there, we need to go through a different tunnel, teach our Pikachu a new technique, and battle plenty of Trainers.
With that pesky bush out of the way, we can finally enter the Vermilion City Gym and take on Lt. Surge. Are we in for a shocking victory or will the former soldier leave us frazzled?
If we want to get into the Vermilion Gym, we need to learn how to cut down a bush. And to do that, we need to track down the captain of the S.S. Anne.
After leaving Bill’s place, we foil a robbery and then head for our next destination – Vermilion City.
How about we try something new this week? You may not know this but I love me some trivia. Whether it be early concepts, connections between actors or just neat, little easter eggs, I get a weird thrill from learning and memorising this kind of stuff from all kinds of media (which did not help me during my school years when I should’ve been memorising maths). But one thing I love more than discovering trivia is sharing it with others, so I figured why not try my hand at actually writing up some fun articles all about that?
So let’s start things off with ten things you may not have known from a classic set of games that defined a lot of peoples’ childhoods – the first generation of Pokémon games, Red & Blue – courtesy of Bulbapedia and Serebii (just so you know I’m not making all this up). Continue reading
Our rival claimed to have seen a talking Pokémon, so naturally we must investigate. But before that, we’ve got a bunch of Trainers to battle through and party members to toughen up.