Hey guys! Been a long week for me, as my schooling has finally started for the year and has taken over my life. Thankfully, I got Labor day off. Hope you all have been having a great week, and I hope you’re not getting overworked!
Although my articles can seem short a lotta times, I try to keep everything nice and to the point. I could go on about biology, species, reasons, and all that jazz for years. The problem though is readability. It’s not very appealing to come on a blog and have to spend an hour reading a long and overly technical post. I just want to throw my best thoughts of what a Pokémon is and what it does out there quickly to spark people’s interest or explain the larger picture to them. I like articles to be readable and to the point; that has always been what can decide if I take effort to truly read every detail in an article, rather than skim to save valuable time.
Ironically, that paragraph made this one feel less readable, and much larger than it is!
So here’s a Pokémon that I doubt many of you even remember the name of! Druddigon, the only dragon Pokémon not related to another by evolution other than Legendaries. That puts it as one of the weakest, which is a shame as Druddigon is a rather beautiful Pokémon. I find it kinda interesting that it’s the same shade as Salamence– I think they’re going for the fact Dragons are considered both fire and water.
What do you think of this week? The ruddy-colored dragon is much more interesting than it looks. I feel like the Dracorex idea is a bit outta the box, but it works for me. I felt like going to a Pokémon that not many people bring up or use; it’s not exactly the most popular Pokémon. But maybe your opinion has changed by the end of the article; I’d love to hear.
Forums have had some great replies, and I thank you all for all of your comments! I sometimes take forever to reply, but I sure do love talking to you guys. I also started to notice people who have great ideas of what a specific Pokémon is,especially ones I never thought of. Please feel free to comment any other takes on it!