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Pokemon Silver Trade

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  • A video game, card game, or other toy featuring certain Japanese cartoon characters
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38 Ninetales
38 Ninetales
About the bead sprite: SOLD 2,956 Beads I had to wait a while to do this one because I could not decide which colors to use. Ninetales uses a bunch of really light browns and as far as beads go, there's really only the one. I did make sure to choose a sprite with the orange bit at the end of the tails, because I think it adds a bit more character to the piece. I think this one turned out great! What my Fiancee calls this Pokemon: Albino NBC dog Facts & Trivia: Ninetales's name was originally spelled as "Nine Tales". Ninetales's name is misspelled as "Ninetails" in the Pokemon Trading Card Game for the Game Boy Color. Despite what many of its Pokedex descriptions say, it cannot learn the move Curse other than by TM03 in Generation II. Even still, due to its typing, Ninetales can only alter its stats with Curse, rather than place one on the target. However, it is still capable of learning Grudge, another "curse-like" move which it can learn by its pre-evolutionary form. Despite what numerous Pokedex entries imply, Ninetales cannot learn Revenge. Vulpix and Ninetales are the only two Fire-type Pokemon species where females outnumber males. In Generation IV, Ninetales's family is able to learn Energy Ball by breeding, but can't through TM. Oddly enough, in Generation V, the reverse occurs. Ninetales has been inconsistently shown with either solid yellow tails or yellow tails with orange tips. The solid yellow tails appear in its original art as well as its Generation I, II, and III sprites while the orange-tipped ones appear in its revamped art, its model in Pokemon Stadium, and its Generation IV and V sprites. Ninetales, like Vulpix, are based on foxes. However, in Japan there are certain legends concerning foxes, or kitsune, as they are known there. One such legend which relates to Ninetales the most is how many-tailed foxes can breathe fire, create illusions, and have extremely long lifespans. After living a long time, these creatures take on spirit forms, which may be the reason why these two related Pokemon can learn Ghost-type moves. In particular, Ninetales is based on the ????, the nine-tailed fox, which is a fox of advanced age whose fur has turned silver-gold. It is said to have the power of infinite vision.
Hand Held Collection
Hand Held Collection
All my hand held systems, games, and 3rd party accessories (not including gamelink cables, adapters, cases, etc) GameBoy -Rolan's Curse -Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening (x2) -Kirby's Dream Land (x2) -Metroid II -Jeopardy! Teen Tournament -Star Wars -Tetris (x2) -Super Mario Land -Fortress of Fear -Super Return of the Jedi -Bomberman GB -Castlevania Adventure -Boomer's Adventure: Asmik World -Final Fantasy Legend II -Dr. Mario -Final Fantasy Adventure -Kirby's Block Ball -Pokemon Red Gameboy Color -Bust -a- Move 4 -Shanghai Pocket -Pokemon Trading Card Game -Quest -Pokemon Yellow -Pokemon Silver -Missile Command -Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages -Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons -Mario tennis -Crystalis -LEGO Alpha Team Gameboy Advanced -Pokemon Ruby -Pokemon Sapphire -Pokemon LeafGreen -Super Mario Bros. (Classic NES) -Super Mario World -Mario Kart Super Circuit -Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap -Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past -Legend of Zelda (Classic NES) -Golden Sun -Golden Sun: The Lost Age -Donkey Kong (Classic NES) -Final Fantasy I & II Dawn of Souls -Final Fantasy IV -Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced -Sword of Mana -Advanced Wars -DragonBall Z: Legacy of Goku -Phantasy Star Collection -Doom II Nintendo DS -Lux-Pain -Elite Beat Agents -Guitar Hero On Tour -Advanced Wars: Days of Ruin -Polarium -Pokemon Ranger -Contact -Magical Starsign -Trauma Center: Under the Knife -Personal Trainer: Cooking -Brain Age -Myst -Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass -Starfox Command -Metroid Prime: Hunters -Lost Magic -Final Fantasy: Rings of Fate -Pokemon Diamond -Final Fantasy III Other -Gameboy Camera -Gamboy Printer -DS Rumble Pack -Gameshark (gameboy) -Gameshark (advanced) -Action Replay (DS)

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