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Not as late as my reply, though! Sorry about that, heheh…

Anyway, without further ado, here are my, erm, lovers from Lv.18 onwards.

Lv. 18: Mudkip

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Lv. 25: Grovyle

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Lv. 40: Latias

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Lv. 55: Gyarados

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Lv. 58: Milotic

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Lv. 60: Charmeleon 

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Lv. 60: Growlithe

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Lv. 61: Turtwig

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Lv. 61: Honchkrow

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Lv. 62: Sparklebutt

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Nobody heard my singing, right? Good.

[link for that ask]

It’s just, I’m really busy so I can’t update the blog as much as I want to and I’m happy when the blog still somehow gets new followers so I want to show how much I appreciate it.

tl;dr, I follow back, because it’s my own little way of saying:

"Thanks for supporting my ask blog!"

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I don’t think so.

…really flexible.

and her scales were coated with a thin film, which made things a bit slippery.

The experience was… unique.

hi

11/10 favorite move
  • bruyvern said: I bet you’re the breeder
*more psyche locks*
…Well, the only things that speak in court are evidence! So if you can’t prov— On second thought, don’t go shoving that evidence to my face, please.

H-Hey! I’m part of the Dragonia, a rank 4 race. *crosses his arms and snuffs*

the anons are throwing stuff to my faic ;///;

RAAAINBOOOWWWSSS \ o /

  • nargacutie said: I THINK WITH THAT KIND OF POSITION AND REACTION THERE IS SLIGHTLY MORE THAN CUDDLES GOING ON

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baka

You’d be surprised at how much our wings can expand. A dragonite’s wings are very muscular and powerful, and shaped in such a way so that it creates an air foil, which in turn, helps us in our flight.

Our bodies might not be as aerodynamic as birds, but we have some tricks up our scales to help.

For instance, our bones are relatively lightweight. Another theory suggested that we dragons have several glands full of hydrogen-producing bacteria to help us take off despite our heavy builds.

…but hey, that’s just a theory — a game theory!

(Sources: How do birds fly, How did dragons fly)