Hi guys! It’s been quite a long time 😀
I’m currently into TwitchPlaysPokemon. What is that? Well it is basically a normal game of Pokemon, but the difference is that there’re about 100,000 people playing it together. Can you imagine how chaotic can it be? Doing simple tasks like cutting a tree, or walking through ledges takes a really long time…..
But what interest me is not the game itself, but the community. It’s so fun; having people to try making sense of all the absurd things happening while playing and also like how they named the Pokemon and gave them some background story.
Currently we’re playing the Crystal Version (and it’s almost the end I think). Before that, we’ve played the Red Version (but I haven’t really follow it back then) and several things happened.
You can read the complete guide of RED VERSION here. It really explained everything, that is if you really want to know.
Playing for about 400hours, (16days 7hours 45minutes 30seconds) there’s A LOT of amazing yet frustrating moments, you can see JWittz talking about his Top10 TPP moments here! (It’s more or less the highlights of TPP Red)
My personal favorite moment is when our level 30+ ATV (All Terrain Venemoth xD) beats the lv 60+ Dragonite. Since then, ATV (real name : AATTVVV) is also known as THE DRAGON SLAYER.
The one I followed, is the Crystal Version. I really like Burrito (The Eevee we caught) which is named Burrito because (legends said…) that they’ve been looking through the Eeveelutions the same way as people looking at a burrito toppings menu. So yeah. x) And I also like Brian the Pidgey. Oh! Btw, Burrito has evolved into an Espeon (therefore the name changed into Breakfast Burrito, #IFyouknowwhatwemean)
I really can’t tell a clear story of TPP so just go and stalk REDDIT or tumblr, such as this for more info. 😀 For more amazing fanarts, click here (the same person as the one who draws the cute Burrito above)
btw, extra cookies for you guys who knows the background story of Ace (our Rattata) or knows about Prince Omelette. (::)(::)
See you again!