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Those of you playing Pokémon Rumble World might have bought the "Leafy Balloon," a vehicle which transports you to a grass-focused area of the game. To emphasise the theme of the area, the game shows you three Pokémon... except one of them isn't a grass type.


Some people think that walking under a ladder is bad luck. Some people knock on wood so they don't tempt fate. Some people avoid the number 13. Some people even press "down B" after they throw a Pokeball in Pokémon games, because they think it will help them capture whatever monster they have set their eyes on. Wait, what?


Seriously. Nineteen years ago, the original Pokémon Red and Green released in Japan for the Game Boy. What better way to commemorate this day, than to eviscerate Pokémon's emblem?


Some people turn their noses up at hacked Pokémon, in the same way that people look down, say, a fake Rolex. But let's say you wanted a hacked Pokémon to play within your own copy of Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire or Pokémon X/Y. Here's how to make one.


The first venture into full 3D for the second generation of pocket monsters, Pokémon Stadium 2 gave fighting poses and battle cries to all 251 Pokémon from the first and second generations. Now they're all in one video.