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New Pokemon ORAS Trailer Shows Off Mega Swampert, Mega Sceptile, and Mega Diancie

Here’s some info about the new Mega Evolutions not covered in the trailer.

  • Mega Sceptile Is a Grass/Dragon type making its Dragon-type moves more powerful. It also gains the Lightning Rod Ability.
  • Mega Swampert gains an improved Attack stat. Additionally, Mega Swampert gains the Swift Swim.
  • Mega Blaziken has the Speed Boost Ability, making it faster with each passing turn.

You’ll also get another peak at Gen III villains Team Magma and Team Aqua. Check out the trailer in action here. [❤]

Preorder: Pokemon ORAS, Pokemon Plushes $3+

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louisawithlove:

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loveforallbears:

It looks like a scene from ‘Noah’ but this lion, tiger and grizzly bear are really swimming together. “These three have been playing together all their lives, so they’ve forgotten their differences,” said Doc Antle who runs the Myrtle Beach Safari and wildlife preserve in South Carolina. Antle coordinates wildlife conservation projects all over the world via RareSpeciesFund.org. He says allowing the animals to swim in his specially constructed pool keeps them healthy, agile and stimulated. “It’s great exercise for them and it helps keep them cool in the summer,” he said. Pictured: Nahma the 1.5-year-old, 300lb white tiger swims with Bam Bam the 1.5-year-old, 200lb grizzly bear and Maximus the 1-year-old, 200lb lion.

dorkly:

Nintendo’s Strategy with Bayonetta 2
NeoGAF poster Big_Al suggests how Nintendo should handle its most unique franchise.

dorkly:

Nintendo’s Strategy with Bayonetta 2

NeoGAF poster Big_Al suggests how Nintendo should handle its most unique franchise.

loveforallbears:

A brown bear cub eats and plays with it’s mother Ursina in their enclosure at Juraparc of Mont-d’Orzieres near Vallorbe, Switzerland, 09 April 2014. Ursina, an 18-year old female bear gave birth to two cubs, King and Zoe, on an unknown date in January 2014. The parent bears were separated before the birth to avoid conflict between the father and the cubs. JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT

loveforallbears:

A brown bear cub eats and plays with it’s mother Ursina in their enclosure at Juraparc of Mont-d’Orzieres near Vallorbe, Switzerland, 09 April 2014. Ursina, an 18-year old female bear gave birth to two cubs, King and Zoe, on an unknown date in January 2014. The parent bears were separated before the birth to avoid conflict between the father and the cubs. JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT