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Hey, I am Eevee and this is veekun and it's a Pokédex. You probably want to type into that box in the top right, or maybe just start browsing.

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Updates


The 2018 Pokémon World Championships will be held in Nashville, Tennessee in the United States.
The 2017 VGC, TCG and Pokkén Tournament Pokémon World Championships took place at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California from August 18 to 20 and the winners and finalists of each division have been confirmed by the Pokémon Company International.
A new feature in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the Alola Photo Club, has been revealed by Game Informer.
Download codes for the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console releases of Pokémon Gold and Silver will be available at retailers in Japan.
2017-08-14 02:58:00

Anonymous asks:

Could you talk about something related to the management/moderation and growth of online communities? IOW your thoughts on online community management, if any.

I think you’ve tweeted about this stuff in the past so I suspect you have thoughts on this, but if not, again, feel free to just blog about … anything :)

Oh, I think I have some stuff to say about community management, in light of recent events. None of it hasn’t already been said elsewhere, and I wouldn’t say it’s really about “online” or has a strong “point”, but I have to get this out.

Hopefully the content warning is implicit in the title.

IndustrialRobot asks… or, uh, asked last month:

industrialrobot: How has your views on tech changed as you’ve got older?

This is so open-ended that it’s actually stumped me for a solid month. I’ve had a surprisingly hard time figuring out where to even start.

2017-08-03 05:44:00

A kind anonymous patron offers this prompt, which I totally fucked up getting done in July:

Something to do with programming languages? Alternatively, interesting game mechanics!

It’s been a while since I’ve written a thing about programming languages, eh? But I feel like I’ve run low on interesting things to say about them. And I just did that level design article, which already touched on some interesting game mechanics… oh dear.

Okay, how about this. It’s something I’ve been neck-deep in for quite some time, and most of the knowledge is squirrelled away in obscure wikis and ancient forum threads: getting data out of Pokémon games. I think that preserves the spirit of your two options, since it’s sort of nestled in a dark corner between how programming languages work and how game mechanics are implemented.

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Forum activity

The forums are dead quiet. No one is posting. A lone tumbleweed rolls by.

Maybe you should do something about this.