The Let's Play Archive

Pokemon Crystal

by Chorocojo

Part 36

To face the Red Gyarados! >:O

Oh god it's huge....

Loud Noise. LOUD NOISE!

For anyone that normally does not know for some reason. This is a Gyarados.

...but this one looks like this:




Hit in the groin.

Uh oh.

Haha, first fucking ball. This is funnier if you know about my luck with Great Balls for this thread.
Gyarados #130

Atrocious Pokémon
Height: 21'04" Weight: 518.1 lbs
Habitat: Oceanic Types: Water/Flying
Stage 1: Evolves from Magikarp
Gyarados has an extremely aggressive nature. The Hyper Beam it shoots from its mouth totally incinerates all targets. When Magikarp evolves into Gyarados, its brain cells undergo a structural transformation. It is said that this transformation is to blame for this pokémon's wildly violent nature. Once Gyarados goes on a rampage, its ferociously violent blood doesn't calm until it has burned everything down. There are records of this pokémon's rampages lasting a whole month. Brutally vicious and enormously destructive, Gyardos are known to have totally destroyed cities in ancient times. When humans begin to fight, it will appear and burn everything to the ground. They say that during past wars, Gyarados would appear and leave nothing but a wake of blazing ruins. Thankfully, they are rarely seen in the wild.



I fought a Magikarp on the way back to shore. :I

But they're so tasty!

No, I didn't know Gyarados were that big and scary. :I

...can I touch your cape?

Aww man, I could of just not fought it and stuff.

It bit my crab

I am?

Are we like a detective agency now?


I'll look for clues!

Oh. Well if you're gonna cheat.

Aye aye, cap'n!

We get to he-elp Laaa-ance!, We get to he-elp Laaa-ance!

Super Small intermission update because it is an only doable on friday event go!

I really have no witty comment for this sort of thing. :I

So cute!

After Cleo Night Shade'd the fuck out of it.

Lapras #131

Transport Pokémon
Height: 8'02" Weight: 485 lbs
Habitat: Oceanic Types: Water/Ice
Lapras have gentle hearts. But because they rarely fight, many have been caught. Their number has dwindled; people have driven Lapras almost to the point of extinction. In the evenings, it is said to sing plaintively as it seeks what few others of its kind still remain. It may sing an enchanting cry if it is in a good mood. Lapras's high intelligence enables it to understand human speech. It likes to ferry people on its back.