Yellow (name changeable) is asked to see professor Oak one day and finds him as he’s about to leave Pallet town when he can’t find him anywhere. Oak warns Red for the high grass and then catches a Pikachu. Later Red goes to the professor’s laboratory and receives a Pokémon, however Blue takes it from him. Instead of the Pokémon Blue stole, Red gets the newly caught and still wild Pikachu. He heads out to become a Pokémon trainer and Oak also asks him to collect data on the Pokémon Red sees and catches. Continue reading “Pokémon Yellow Version: Special Pikachu Edition”
The world is in danger! Records of legendary deeds are getting warped and the pictures the record keepers keep are disappearing. Dr. Mog sends Tyro (name changeable) into the records to restore them and only Tyro is able to go. Now Tyro has to relive the records and fight legendary fights to restore the records and so restore the world. Continue reading “Final Fantasy Record Keeper”
Over the past two weeks I’ve been doing all these tiny changes to my blog here and there, like adding publisher (of the original language), magazines and year when first published in the tags of comics.
Aurora is a princess in Austria and in 1895 she falls asleep only to wake up in a magical country called Lemuria. There she meets Igniculus and together they have to recover the sun, the moon and the stars which were stolen by the Dark Queen, Umbra. During their journey they get more allies, who all trust the princess, but in reality Aurora just wants to reunite with her ill father in Austria. Continue reading “Child of Light”
Merurulince Rede Arls (CV: Satomi Akesaka) or Meruru is the not-so-princessy princess of the small kingdom of Arls. She is clumsy but wants to get out more and often runs off instead of taking her lessons at the castle. One day Totooria “Totori” Helmold (CV: Kaori Nazuka) arrives to Arls as their alchemist, as it’s decided Arls will be merged into Arland. Meruru bugs the poor alchemist until Totori agrees to make Meruru her apprentice. Determined to become one to travel the world, Meruru turns to her father who forbids the princess at first, but eventually changes his mind in a three-year long trial. If Meruru can get the country to progress in its development with alchemy to a satisfactory degree, she can continue alchemistry, but if she fails… She is never to have anything with it anymore. Meruru’s only choice is to get Arls on the same level of development as Arland, but will her three years be enough? Continue reading “Atelier Meruru ~The Apprentice of Arland~”