In the first generation games and their remakes there was a female picnicker on Route 10 that mentioned wishing there was a pink Pokemon with flowers on it. Fast forward some ten years and out comes Munna, a Pokemon that fits the description Carol gave.
Munna is small and pink has rose-colored (nearly red) eyes, and sort of resembles a piggy bank. It has purple flowers scattered around it and could possibly be based off from the Baku myth (the same one Drowzee is based off from) in which a tapir-like creature eats dreams. Munna could also be based of traditional Japanese incense burners called “koro”. According to its Black pokedex entry, Munna constantly floats in the air. Despite this though, it does not have the ability Levitate. It also states that those whose dreams are eaten by Munna forget what the dreams had been about. Its White pokedex entry says that it eats the dreams of both people and Pokemon. Munna is the only Pokemon to evolve by Moon Stone since the third generation, as Skitty was formally the latest to be released. When it devours a pleasant dream, it expels a pink colored mist. Munna’s name is most-likely a combination of the words ‘moon’ and ‘luna’ (both meaning the same thing), which is probably a reference to dreams normally occurring when the moon is present.
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Tags: Munna, Musharna
Last episode, we left off in the middle of Ash’s first gym battle against the triplet gym leaders. He won the first round against Chili, but lost the second to Cress, meaning that his victory lies on Oshawott, the water type beating Pansage, the Grass type. Although with the last episode ending when Pansage fires off a Solarbeam, it doesn’t look too good for the poor otter. Introductions aside, it’s time for a play-by-play review.
Warning, the following WILL contain spoilers.
I recommend you watch this series on your own, but if you’re in a hurry, want another opinion, or just don’t feel like watching, this will be quick, and to the point without losing the details.
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Tags: Axew, Best Wishes, Generation V, Munna, Musharna, Oshawott, Pikachu, Pokemon Black & White, Snivy, Tepig
By: Brian Hsieh
Pokemon Black and White have reached the United States and have been around for over a week now. The Victini event is still in progress so be sure to get one through Nintendo wifi before it ends. While the gameplay has so many features that I could discuss, my main point will be about the Victini event.
Once you acquire the Liberty Pass found in the Pokecenter (a man in a bellhop uniform will give it to you), you’ll be able to use it when necessary. Once you enter Castelia City, which is right after you win the second badge, you can walk on the outskirts of the city to find the docks. On the farthest dock to the left, there is a boat that will take you to Liberty Island. Once you arrive, you’ll notice that Team Plasma has taken over the island.
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Tags: Dewott, Generation V, Herdier, Musharna, Nintendo DS, Pokemon Black & White, Roggenrola, Victini
Pansage is a grass type and is one of the three monkeys found in Pokemon Black and White. It’s also known as Yanappu in Japan and is the main Pokémon Dento has in the anima. It has strong attacks like seed bomb and acrobat and can evolve into Yanakkie through the use of the leaf stone. Pansear is a fire type and is one of the three monkey Pokémon. It’s known as Baoppu in Japan, and knows powerful attacks like bursting flame and fire blast. It can evolve into Baokkie if you use a fire stone. Panpour is a water type and is one of the three monkey Pokémon. It’s also known as Hiyappu in Japan, and has strong moves like boiling water and brine. It can evolve into Hiyakkie by using a water stone.
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Tags: Munna, Musharna, Panpour, Pansage, Pansear, Pokemon Black & White, Tabunne, Unova Region, Woobat