I pronounce Gigalith "Goliath" Just because first time i saw the name i though it read "Goliath"
, ,, , , ,, (times 9 XD), and an emolga(with perfect iv and modest nature emolga only)
hunting shiny: , , , , in you have any of these contact me!.
pokemon wanted non shiny- , , , if you have any of these contact me for highest offer! items, pokerus, pokemon i'll see what i can do.
never used pokegen or pokeSAV
Okay, so lately I've been hearing multiple pronunciations of Illumise.
Can someone elaborate?
What I think of this place:
Spoiler:- It's troo:
this clip. Starting at 35 sec should give you the cry. I think it sounds cool.
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I'm looking for a Serperior named Serpedera. It'll be at lvl 98 or above. If you happen to have such a pokemon please PM me.
Pretendeavors (Goals I have that don't really mean anything) Updated 10-04-13
Voltorb Flip, Level 8 Victories: 16
White Geonet: All countries completed!!! (130), 505 Trade Locations (of 513)
The Last Ten: Locations
Arunachel Pradesh, India * Dadra & Nager Hall, India *
Henan, China * Himachal Pradesh, India * Lakshadweep, India
Lubusz, Poland * Madhya Pradesh, India *
Shaanxi, China() * Sikkim, India
Pokeathlon Pokedex: 493/493- COMPLETED!!! (01-05-13)
Here are some of my pronunciations:
And when I was younger, Eh-luck-tra-buss. That was weird.
I said Arsoos for a long time...
Someone should trade me a Banette/Shuppet for Pokemon X. Please.
I swear, the guy in Pokédex 3D Pro never saw many episodes of the first season or the first movie ("Mewtwo" is not meant to sound like "Me-too!". Also, I sometimes say Tor-nah-dus instead of Tor-nay-dus because the latter doesn't roll off the tounge as well when said with Thunder-rus and Lando-rus.
Also, I hate the Swords of Justice's pronounciations. Does that mean I say "Cob-ayl-t"? Is it "Ter-ragh-kotta"? Does that mean, all this time, Viridian City was meant to be pronounced as "Vir-rye-dian City"?!
I don't get why Cobalion, Terrakion, and Virizion are pronounced the way they are. Because the Japanese and English names are the same as far as Japanese phonetics and their English equivalents go (in terms of spelling), if Cobalion were meant to be pronounced ko-BAY-lee-un, then wouldn't Cobalion in Japanese be ko-be-i-ri-o-n and not ko-ba-ri-o-n? (Character limitations only prove what I'm trying to say.)
I think it is meant to be Tor-NAY-dus. Also, they seem to ignore the japanese pronounciation for legendaries anyway, as the great debate on how to pronounce Regice only gets more confusing.
There's also the problem of guys like me who live in the UK, where we should say "BAH-gon" instead of (Michael)"BAY-gon".
When I was about 8, I used to pronounce Kangaskhan as can-gasha-can.
I just found out that Sigilyph is pronounced Si-jee-lyph and not Sig-ee-lyph. I feel kind of dumb.