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Help With My Pokedex Completion?

Journal Entry: Wed Apr 2, 2014, 8:28 AM
  • Mood: Lazy
  • Reading: The Definitive Book On Body Language
  • Playing: Pokemon Y
  • Drinking: Cappuccino
Hey, everybody! I was wondering, does anyone have Keldeo, Victini, Jirachi, Genesect or Arceus? These are event Pokemon, and since I missed all those events, I cannot register them in my Pokedex in Pokemon Y without help.

If it's alright, can someone help me by trading any of them to me and back again? I don't need to keep them, but I want their data and designs on my Pokedex. 

If you're missing a Celebi, Meleotta, Mewtwo, Yveltal, Xerneas, or Zygarde , those can be the ones I put up in the trade so you can fill your Dex as well.

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Eveningstar2000 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014
thanks for the llama^^
sarroora Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist
Most welcome!^^
Eveningstar2000 Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014
Thanks it really means a lot to me^^
D-Thessy Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2014
Thanks for the fav :D
Elbytron Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
oh no I missed your birthday I'm so sorry HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY

I saw your request about Germany and german culture (and the irritatingly rude replies you got from some people). Since I'm a German feel free to ask anything! I'm from East Germany but I lived in the West for a couple of years so I know some of the diffrences, I'm no expert by any means though!

The seperation we had until '89 is still a big topic here in Germany (less in my generation than in my parent's though). German people are said to be very punctual, which is true. I've been talking to a girl from Rome (Italy) and she was baffled that when it's written at the station that the bus will arrive at 8:14 it WILL arrive at 8:14 or 8:15. In rome the public transport is very unreliable, you never know if your tram comes and when, it's sort of a gamble. I don't know if that's an issue in other countries.

Some typical German things other than our beer culture are "Kleingartenvereine". You can think of them as neighborhoods in the suburbs but instead of houses there are only gardens with little sheds. I heard some tourists from the US being shocked when they saw them, they thought this was some sort of ghetto XD actually those are little pieces of land that you can rent or buy if you live in the city and don't have a garden by your apartment. The people go there to plant crops or flowers, have barbecues or simply hang out in the green. It was considered very old fashioned and frumpy but it has a rise with current generation of young parents and their awareness of sustainability and ecology again.
The trend goes away from convenience and towards self-grown, ecological, organic bio products. More in the higher educated layers of society than in the lower. The gap between rich and poor is getting bigger, like everywhere.

Currently East and South Germany (Saxony, Bavaria, Brandenburg) have a problem with the rise of crystal meth coming from east europe and you can feel drug related criminality increasing, which is a damn shame. I am currently moving back to Leipzig and it was very important for me to get an apartment which is not on the ground floor, because there it's a rough plaster. (I still love that town to death, it's my hometown :) )

Despite our nazi background and the constant awareness and self-shaming about it (the biggest reason germans are uncomfortable to show their flag, the only exception being the Fifa World Cup) there are still many subtile racism issues. In my experience it's worse in the East than in the West. This goes from both sides and I'm getting mad when I see honest people trying to make a living here and working hard put in the same boat as lazy bums who come here to drain our social system and get a health care for their whole family (those are bad examples but they do exist and only further cement the prejudice in the heads of the people).

Right now a big issue is the migration inside of Germany. People move away from the countryside and into the big cities. A former roommate of me went to Berlin because of work and the rent prices are exploding there, it's hard to find a place to live that's affordable. It's the same in Munich (I have friends who moved down there and have to travel an hour to work every day because it's impossible to find something close to the center unless you're filthy rich.) It's not as bad as London or Paris but right now it's getting worse.
Meanwhile the countryside is getting emptier. Old people stay and grow older, the young move to the city. They have a shortage of doctors out there since it's not an attractive area to work, you don't earn too much and when they're doing house visits they have to cover a lot of space, the waiting lists of patients are long. There are adverts in the trains and print media trying to get young med student to consider moving to the countryside and even some tv-shows in public television like "Der Landarzt" (the country doctor) showing how oh-so-romantic it is out there lmao.

Yeah those are just some random things that came into my mind, I hope it helped a bit.
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