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So I keep trying to upload some pages of Shameless, and I'm having some trouble. Every time I try to post the page, it doesn't load. 

If anyone knows why this is happening, that would be great. 
I stumbled out of the cave of Mt. Moon and into the last lights of the sun. I could see the lights of Cerulean City at the base of the small hill before me, and pushed forward. A martial artist practicing nearby with a friend stopped me as I walked past.

"Hey, girlie," he said, a large smile on his face.

"Please don’t call me that," I said. His smile wavered as he got closer to me and could see me in the dim light. I wondered briefly what my face must have looked like.

"Sorry," he replied. "Are you a Pokemon trainer?"

I nodded. “I probably wouldn’t be coming out of Mt. Moon if I wasn’t a trainer, don’t you think?”

He laughed. “Yeah, I suppose that’s true!”

I smiled weakly. When did I start being this tired? “Sorry, but can you just tell me what you want? I’d like to get to the Pokemon Center in Cerulean before it’s too late for dinner.”

"Oh, yeah, uh, sorry ‘bout that!" He was quite a jolly person. "What kinds of Pokemon do you have? Want me to teach one of them a neat move?"

"Oh, sure," I said, "why not? What move is it?"

He went into martial arts mode, hopped back a few feet, and began kicking the empty air. “Mega Kick!” he said excitedly, returning to the relaxed attitude he had before. “It’s not all that reliable sometimes, but it’s insanely powerful!”

I nodded, somewhat more enthusiastically than I would have liked, and reached into my bag for Forte’s Pokeball. “Yeah, can my Mankey learn that?”

“‘Course!” he said. He held out his hand. “Just hand over the Pokeball, and I’ll teach yer Mankey Mega Kick! Oh, and then give it right back to you, of course.”

I hesitated a bit, but he seemed like a pretty good guy, so I handed him the Pokeball. He ran over to where his friend was punching a rock, and grabbed something from what I assume was his bag on the ground. He jogged back so he could show me.

"See this?" he said, holding up a small tube-shaped object that I recognized as a TM. I nodded, hoping he would do it for me, since I had no idea how to use it. "Just gotta plug it in to the Pokeball!"

He took off the cap and showed it to me. It looked kind of like a flashdrive, but circular instead of rectangular. He made Forte’s Pokeball full-size, and plugged the end of the TM into the button of the ball.

"Right here, see?" He twisted it, and it glowed for a moment before dimming. "Once you plug it in, you twist it like that, and wait for it to finish transferring the data. Then you can take it out once it stops glowing. Shame they’re only one use though."

He handed Forte’s Pokeball back to me, with the drive still in it, and I looked at it in wonderment. “Thank you,” I said. It was good to know how to use TMs now. “And just like that, she knows the move?”

"Yeah, well, you should probably check your Pokedex," he said, rubbing the back of his head. "Before you take the drive out, I mean. Should’a mentioned that before."

I did as he said. I was presented with a “delete a move” prompt, and a list of Forte’s moves. I decided to get rid of Scratch, and I heard a click come from the Pokeball in my hand. I looked at it. The TM had popped out on its own. The man reached over and took it.

"Thanks," he said. "I can recycle this and the company that makes ‘em can put another move back on it."

"No problem," I said. "And thank you."

"Anytime!" He jogged back to his friend and began kicking at the rock.

"That has got to hurt their hands and feet," I mumbled. I turned and walked away.

When I reached the base of the hill, I saw there was tall grass where I could catch a Pokemon. I shook my head, though. I was too tired to do that now. Instead, I slid down a slope and jogged halfheartedly into Cerulean City.

The Pokemon Center was warm, and I could smell the food cooking from the kitchen. I hoped that I wasn’t too late for dinner. I ran up to the counter, fished my wallet and occupied Pokeballs out of my bag, and handed the balls to the nurse. She gratefully took them.

"And I’d like to rent a room for two nights, please," I said, taking my ID and 160 dollars out of my wallet.

"Oh, honey, two nights is only 150," she said, shoving 10 dollars back at me. "Dinner will be ready soon." She swiped my ID card and entered some information in the computer. "I hope you like lasagna."

"Oh, yes. I do."

She handed me the room key and my Pokeballs. “Your room will be at the end of the hall upstairs.” She bowed. “Thank you for choosing to stay with us.”

I bowed back at her and went up the stairs as quickly as I could. I had to slow down about halfway up, though, because I nearly fell.

Just like I did in Pewter, I tossed my bag on the desk and let everyone out of their Pokeballs. Dizi perched on the back of the desk chair, while Forte and Ocarina ran around the room playing with each other. Capo tried to pull himself up onto the bed. I helped him up. He laid so that he was on his belly, and pulled his arms and legs into his shell. He looked upset about something.

"What’s wrong, Capo?" I asked, sitting next to him on the bed. I put a hand on his shell reassuringly.

He looked at me, an odd sadness in his eyes. “Woa wart tor tortle tor woah”

I blinked. Was the suspicion I had in Mt. Moon correct? I slid off of the bed and sat on my knees on the floor instead, so that I could be eye-level with Capo.

"Are you trying to speak to me?" I asked.

He nodded. I smiled at him. I had heard that Pokemon will try to talk to their trainers after some amount of time. That they learn similar to children, or to a person learning a new language. It felt like Capo was able to form sentences, he just didn’t know how to form the words.

"It just takes practice, buddy," I said, stroking his soft, downy ear. "You’ll get it eventually.

Capo smiled. “Tort woah…” he said softly.

I patted his head a few times, and got up just as someone knocked on the door for dinner. “Yes,’ I hissed. “I’m so hungry, I haven’t eaten anything since breakfast!”

I fed the Pokemon before I sat down to eat my food, but I shared my side salad with Capo. While we ate, I tried to think of words that would be easy for him to try.

He slept on the bed with me that night. My dreams were filled with talking Pokemon and tea parties.
Fuocoso Reprise Part 9: Adagietto

You can follow the live-updates on my Twitter, which will be complete with pictures of what happens. The pictures won’t be the best quality, though, since I’m using my physical cart of FR, not a ROM. 

Anyway, the rules are just the basics: 

1) Only catch the first thing on each route. If you kill it, you’re out of luck.
     ———Dupes Clause (aka no repeat captures. If my first encounter is a Pidgey, but I already have a Pidgey, I can move on to the next encounter)
     ———-Shiny clause (if I find a shiny I CAN and SHOULD catch it, although I probably won’t use it.
2) If something faints, it is considered dead and must be placed in the Heaven Box. 
3) Nickname everything. 
    ————Naming theme is music related things (so, instruments, terminology, notation, genres, etc.)

Like I said, just the basic rules. I should hopefully have some fun with this! :D (Big Grin)

My Twitter: twitter.com/Harulocke
And my Tumblr, where this is also being Posted: harurubells.tumblr.com/

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I continued through the deeper parts of Mt. Moon, battling more of the shady guys wearing all black. A few of them mumbled things about getting fossils from some nerd, but I really just wanted to get out of Mt. Moon as fast as possible. I alternated between each of my team members as I battled, making sure to spread the experience around. Unfortunately, Capo managed to get the most and ended up at level 17 before I just put him back in his Pokeball.

I was beginning to wonder if I was anywhere close to the end of the cave, when I reached a fairly open area.

"Hey, stop right there!" I heard someone shout. I looked to my left and saw a greasy, stereotypical creepy nerd. "Those fossils are mine! I found them, and they’re mine! I don’t care what those Rocket peons told you!"

I stared at him like he was nuts. “What on earth are you even talking about?” I asked. I looked at the ground around me and didn’t see anything even resembling fossils.

"Over there!" the guy said, pointing up ahead. There was a small pile of stones (a few of them were broken in places, revealing some nice looking gems) just up ahead.

I walked over to the pile of stones, ignoring the protests of the creepy guy, and looked a bit more closely. At the very top of the pile were two stones that were certainly fossils. Although, one just looked like a smooth portion of rock, it was fairly separate from the stone surrounding it.

"What do you think you’re doing! Don’t you dare touch those fossils! You’ll get your girl germs all over them!"

My head snapped around, and I shot a glare at the guy. If he had anything more to say, he choked on it. He adjusted his classes, and looked like he was starting to sweat (although he was already fairly sweaty.)

"Look, guy," I said, standing up and facing him fully. "I don’t care about your crummy fossils, I just want to get out of this darn mountain and go to Cerulean before it gets too dark outside. I’d rather not spend the night camping in a damp and creepy cave."

"Buh….but," he stuttered, "you can’t disturb my fossils, so just go back to the Pewter side and clime over….okay?"

I slapped my own forehead. “No, dude, no. It will take days to hike over the dang mountain, and I don’t have the right equipment.” He was making this more difficult than it needed to be. “Just let me go past so I can make it to Cerulean in time for dinner, alright?”

"NO!" he shouted. He reached for his belt and grabbed a Pokeball.

"Oh, jeeze, we’re gonna do this the hard way, aren’t we?" I sighed towards the ceiling, frustrated with this guy. I was already sore enough from trying to find the exit to the cave. I really just wanted a warm bed and a hot meal.

Nevertheless, I complied. “Ocarina, can you just…deal with this for me?” I asked. “Please?”

"Pii!" Ocarina chirruped. She turned toward the nerd guy.

"Go, Grimey!" he sent out a Grimer.

"Ocarina, just use Thundershock on it until it faints," I said. I looked around for a decently sized boulder. "I need to sit down, my legs are killing me."

Ocarina obeyed, and simply kept zapping the Grimer no matter what it tried to do. Eventually it just kept using Harden, which didn’t do any good considering that Thundershock is a special move, not a physical one. In no time, the Grimer was defeated, and immediately followed by a Koffing.

"Keep doing what you’re doing, Ocarina, it’s working." I gave up trying to find a boulder and just sat on the floor, leaning against the wall.

Again, Ocarina did exactly what she was supposed to do. The Koffing managed to poison her, which was definitely bad, but she dispatched the Koffing with even more ease than the Grimer.

"Shoot," said the nerd. "That Pikachu is better than I thought…"

"Piikaa!" Ocarina said. She was clearly in pain from the poisoning, though.

I pulled Forte’s Pokeball out of my bag. “Come on back, Ocarina. Forte can handle whatever this guy has to offer. I want to get you healed up.”

I released Forte from her ball, and Ocarina trotted over to where I was sitting. I patted Ocarina’s head.

"Last resort." The nerd reached for his belt again and sent out a Voltorb. "You can do it!"

Forte looked at the Voltorb, then back at me as if to say “really?” I shrugged. “Just get rid of it,” I said. “It’s not like it’s anything you can’t handle.”

Forte nodded, and used Karate Chop. A small crack appeared on the top of the Voltorb. Perhaps fearful that it might actually break in half (I became morbidly curious as to what the inside of a Voltorb looked like), the nerd returned Voltorb to it’s Pokeball.

"Alright, alright, you win!" he said. "Go ahead, go ahead, just please, don’t hurt my Pokemon any more!" He was sobbing.

I pushed myself up off of the floor with some effort. “Thank you,” I sighed. I returned Forte to her Pokeball and turned to Ocarina. “You okay, ‘Rina?” She nodded, although she still looked like she was in a bit of pain. I fished an Antidote out of my bag and gave it to her. She perked up almost immediately. “There we go.”

I returned Ocarina to her Pokeball as well, and made my way towards the pile of rocks. “I’ll just take this,” I said, scooping up a fossil that had a helix-shaped shell in it. “As payment for the trouble that you caused me.”

The nerd began sobbing harder than before, and I stepped over the pile of rocks, shoving the fossil into my bag. I could smell fresh air, so I figured I was probably not far from the exit. I saw a ladder nearby, and climbed up. I found myself in a much smaller room, and the exit.

"Thank Umbreon," I mumbled, and finally left the cave.
Fuocoso Reprise Part 8: Colossale

You can follow the live-updates on my Twitter, which will be complete with pictures of what happens. The pictures won’t be the best quality, though, since I’m using my physical cart of FR, not a ROM. 

Anyway, the rules are just the basics: 

1) Only catch the first thing on each route. If you kill it, you’re out of luck.
     ———Dupes Clause (aka no repeat captures. If my first encounter is a Pidgey, but I already have a Pidgey, I can move on to the next encounter)
     ———-Shiny clause (if I find a shiny I CAN and SHOULD catch it, although I probably won’t use it.
2) If something faints, it is considered dead and must be placed in the Heaven Box. 
3) Nickname everything. 
    ————Naming theme is music related things (so, instruments, terminology, notation, genres, etc.)

Like I said, just the basic rules. I should hopefully have some fun with this! :D (Big Grin)

My Twitter: twitter.com/Harulocke
And my Tumblr, where this is also being Posted: harurubells.tumblr.com/

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I left Pewter City after winning the Gym battle against Brock. Most trainers would have stuck around a while to check out the museum, I had seen it on a trip as a kid. Oak had taken a handful of Pallet kids to see the Pewter museum, mainly for their work on reviving Pokemon fossils. It was pretty fascinating, but I didn’t really feel like going again.

So, I left. I made my way to Route 3, allowing Ocarina to have a turn outside of her Pokeball. She easily dispatched most of the trainers on the route, although Dizi and Forte got their fair share as well.

Like pretty much every route in Kanto, this one was very straightforward. After a bit of time, I reached the tall grass, where it would be easier to find a wild Pokemon to add to my team. I was rather displeased when the Pokemon that hopped out to meet me (well, rather, violently attempted to attack Ocarina) was a Spearow. I already had Dizi, so I didn’t need another flying type on my team. Much less one whose level was half that of the rest of the team.

I caught him anyway, and named him Castanets. Spearow’s evolved form, Fearow, is notorious for being fairly strong. And, honestly, rather frightening. With a sigh, I turned and headed back to Pewter City. I needed to heal, anyways, and wanted to place Castanets in the PC storage as insurance. I didn’t want to end up in a bad situation and not have at least one Pokemon in the PC as a potential replacement.

Although it was rather frustrating that I was closer to the Pokemon Center on Route 4 than I had been to Pewter.

Even though I didn’t need to, I healed again in the Pokemon Center on Route 4, right at the entrance to Mt. Moon. There was a shady guy in the Pokemon Center selling Pokemon that he claimed to be “the greatest and strongest Pokemon of all time.” I shook my head and left. I’d rather not buy what was probably a bad deal when there was grass on the other side of Mt Moon.

And so, I entered Mt. Moon. The caves were almost entirely naturally formed, minus a few excavation sites looking for fossils to donate to the Pewter museum. It was one of the few places in Kanto that was actually rather easy to get lost in, too. There were quite a few branching paths that, while easy to backtrack from, could be easily mistaken for the way out.

I was looking around trying to decide whether to go left or right, when something very suddenly and very painfully collided with my face.

I squealed and stepped backwards, nearly falling down. I shook my head and looked at the perpetrator. There was a Zubat lying on the floor, clearly dazed. I pressed a hand to my face in frustration (another flying type, honestly. I would have preferred a Geodude, or even a Paras) and reached for a Pokeball to catch the darn thing.

Bassoon was also placed in the PC, to keep Castanets company.

"This is going to be a long and frustrating cave diving expedition, isn’t it," I mumbled to nobody in particular.

Ocarina nodded.

There were a lot more items laying strewn about Mt. Moon than I thought there would be. So it was nice to know that I at least had that going for me. It was also relatively well lit because of all the fossil excavations. There were also a lot of trainers in Mt. Moon, though. Of course, I wasn’t going to complain about getting experience for my Pokemon. Especially since Capo was so close to evolving.

I went down a few of what I assumed to be dead ends just in search of some free items. I had already found a Star Piece, which could sell for a pretty penny, and even a TM that I could use to teach a move to one of my Pokemon. Although, I was pretty certain that none of my Pokemon could learn Bullet Seed.

Just like the Pokemon Center outside, there were a few shady guys in Mt. Moon, digging around haphazardly in the excavation sites. Any time I’d try to ask one of them what he was up to, he’d freak out and send out his Pokemon to attack me.

I continued through the cave, pocketing some of my treasures, and accepted a few more battles. After a battle against some youngster (who, in my opinion, was a bit too young to have his Trainer’s License), Capo began to shine lightly.

"Capo, are you alright?" I asked.

Capo squeezed his eyes shut as the glowing intensified. A bright, white light enveloped him and he grew very quickly. The light faded, and I was now looking down at a Wartortle that was about half my height.

"Woah," I said.

"Woar," Capo replied. He looked at his hands, which were now tipped in claws.

I knelt down before him and examined his soft, feathery ears and fluffy tail. Stroking his tail, I smiled. “You look fantastic, Capo,” I said. He smiled at me. I had never seen a Pokemon evolve in person before, but it was fantastic. It was incredible seeing Capo standing before me as an entirely new, yet still completely the same, Pokemon.

"Let’s move on, alright?" I said. "I don’t think I can carry you anymore, but it will probably be nice to walk side by side."

"Woaa," Capo replied. I looked at him curiously. He seemed as though he was trying to speak to me without simply saying his name. It was honestly rather adorable.

I smiled again, and together we continued through the cave.
Fuocoso Reprise Part 7: Fortissimo

You can follow the live-updates on my Twitter, which will be complete with pictures of what happens. The pictures won’t be the best quality, though, since I’m using my physical cart of FR, not a ROM. 

Anyway, the rules are just the basics: 

1) Only catch the first thing on each route. If you kill it, you’re out of luck.
     ———Dupes Clause (aka no repeat captures. If my first encounter is a Pidgey, but I already have a Pidgey, I can move on to the next encounter)
     ———-Shiny clause (if I find a shiny I CAN and SHOULD catch it, although I probably won’t use it.
2) If something faints, it is considered dead and must be placed in the Heaven Box. 
3) Nickname everything. 
    ————Naming theme is music related things (so, instruments, terminology, notation, genres, etc.)

Like I said, just the basic rules. I should hopefully have some fun with this! :D (Big Grin)

My Twitter: twitter.com/Harulocke
And my Tumblr, where this is also being Posted: harurubells.tumblr.com/

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I walked through the doors of the Pewter City gym and took a deep breath. I wasn’t particularly nervous, but it was my first Gym Battle. And the first Gym Battle is a very pivotal moment in the lives of many trainers. It’s almost always the easiest Gym, unless you don’t have any type advantage (which, in Kanto, is kind of hard. Unless you started with Charmander and didn’t catch a Mankey. But even then, Charmander can learn Metal Claw, which is super effective).

I handed my Trainer card to the Gym guide. He scanned in my information, checked my Pokedex for my team information, and gestured for me to move forward. I thanked him and took my things back.

Clutching Capo’s Pokeball in one hand and Forte’s in the other, I took another deep breath and gathered my confidence. There was one trainer that I would have to battle before taking on Brock. Capo handled the kid’s Pokemon easily, although for some reason he had a Sandshrew, which is a ground type Pokemon.

"You’re pretty hot," the kid said. "…But not as hot as Brock!"

I grimaced at him “Um…thanks? I guess?” I walked up towards the stone platform that Brock was standing on.

"Yeah, sorry about him," Brock said. "He admires me just a bit too much. But he’s the only Trainer in Pewter City that’s not a bug catcher or someone just passing through."

I nodded in understanding. “I suppose I’d be the same way if I had the opportunity to work with my idol,” I said.

"I wonder if that’s the way it is," Brock wondered out loud. "Anyway, I assume that you’d like to challenge me?"

"Yes!" I clenched my fist in confidence. "I started my journey yesterday morning!"

Brock looked surprised. “You only started yesterday? Are you sure that you’re ready to challenge me?”

"Of course. Don’t underestimate me and my Pokemon!" I gestured toward Capo, who was looking very confident with himself.

"Don’t rely on a type advantage," Brock replied, frowning. "Just because you have an advantage doesn’t guarantee that you will win."

I returned his frown. This was starting to get frustrating. “I may have the type advantage, but I don’t need it. I could win with a Charmander if I wanted.”

Brock sighed and shrugged. “Don’t blame me, then,” he said.

He waved his hand, and the screen on the wall behind him lit up. It showed each of our faces and how many Pokemon we each had. I had four, he had two. He sent out a Geodude, and I ushered Capo forward. Our portraits on the screen were replaced by images of our Pokemon, as well as the HP bar and level of each. We were evenly matched at level 12.

"Capo, start it off with a Bubble!" I shouted. Capo nodded and obliged.

"See, you are relying on a type advantage," Brock said with another sigh. "Geodude, Defense Curl."

Geodude wrapped its arms around itself tightly and watched Capo carefully from the gap between its arms.

I frowned back at him. “Well my only other option is to use Tackle, and that won’t do a darn thing!” I shouted at Brock. He was really getting on my nerves. “Capo, finish it off with another Bubble!”

Brock reached for his belt. For a moment, I thought that he was going to heal Geodude, but he merely grabbed a Pokeball.

"Geodude is unable to battle!" the announcer (who was also the man who checked me in) said. "Capo the Squirtle is the winner!"

Brock returned Geodude to it’s Pokeball and sent out an Onix. The thing was massive.

"Capo, return!" Capo smiled and willingly went into his Pokeball. I held up Forte’s Pokeball, which I had been clutching the entire time I had been in the gym. "Forte, you’re turn!"

"Changing it up, then?" Brock asked. "Although not by much. Mankey still has a type advantage."

"You know what else Forte has?" I asked. What was with this guy, he was just the first Gym leader! It’s not my fault that Rock has so many weaknesses. Besides, it’s smart to use type advantages if you have them! "Forte, Low Kick!"

Forte nodded. There was a fire in her eyes that I had never seen before as she kicked the Onix. It wobbled quite a bit at the force of her kick, but it did not fall down. The monstrosity was three levels higher than her, but I was confident that she would do fine. Especially knowing that with such massive size, also came a pretty hefty weight. I looked at the screen and watched it’s HP bar drop by three-quarters. I smile crept across my face. Forte could do this. She could win it.

"Onix, use Rock Throw!"

The smile left my face and I looked on in horror as the Onix slammed its tail against a rock, shattering it and sending chunks of boulder towards Forte. I stared, wide-eyed, at Forte. The fire in her eyes burned brightly. She was passionate. She jumped, high, and used one of the boulders as leverage to get even higher. I felt blood leave my face as I watched her do a flip mid-air and land on the ground, safely. I glanced back at the screen.

She was still at full HP.

A victorious smile found its way back onto my face, and I looked at Brock, who was even more surprised than I.

"Low Kick," I said.

Forte launched herself at Onix, her foot colliding with where its body met the floor. Onix roared in pain and fell to the ground with a massive thud. The whole building shook. The HP bar on the screen dropped to 0.

"Onix is unable to battle!" the announcer said. "In a flawless victory, Forte and Bells are the winners!"

I jumped up and down a few times before running onto the battlefield and scooping Forte into my arms.

"You were amazing!" I said "I had no idea you could move like that! You’re amazing, Forte!"

"Ukkii ukii uki!" Forte wrapped her long arms around my neck.

"That Mankey of yours is awfully passionate," Brock said, approaching us. "I suppose you did have some strategy beyond type advantage using her. If I’m not mistaken, Mankey should have Karate Chop by that level, which certainly would do more damage based on power. But Low Kick takes advantage of the opponent’s size. It’s naturally the superior choice of move against a large Pokemon such as Onix."

I held out my hand for a handshake. “I told you not to underestimate me,” I said.

Brock shook my hand firmly, then reached into his back pocket. He produced a badge from his pocket and held it out to me. “You deserve this more than I thought you would. Allow it to serve as a reminder of not only your knowledge of type advantages and disadvantages, but also of your superior strategy.”

I accepted the badge and thanked him. I held Forte tightly and pressed my forehead against hers. “We did it, Forte,” I whispered. “You, me, and Capo. We beat our first gym together.”

"You’ll want to be careful in the next gym, though," Brock said. "Misty is much more harsh. While I prefer more defensive Pokemon, she goes on the all-out offensive. And one of her Pokemon is psychic type, so it would be good to keep your Mankey—sorry, Forte—away from that battle unless absolutely necessary."

"Thanks for the advice," I said, turning to leave. "But I don’t need it. I’ve done plenty of research on all of you Gym leaders."

I left the Gym and healed at the Pokemon Center before making my way out of Pewter City. Mount Moon loomed ahead of me, and I wanted to get through there as quickly as I could.
Fuocoso Reprise Part 6: Prima Voca

You can follow the live-updates on my Twitter, which will be complete with pictures of what happens. The pictures won’t be the best quality, though, since I’m using my physical cart of FR, not a ROM. 

Anyway, the rules are just the basics: 

1) Only catch the first thing on each route. If you kill it, you’re out of luck.
     ———Dupes Clause (aka no repeat captures. If my first encounter is a Pidgey, but I already have a Pidgey, I can move on to the next encounter)
     ———-Shiny clause (if I find a shiny I CAN and SHOULD catch it, although I probably won’t use it.
2) If something faints, it is considered dead and must be placed in the Heaven Box. 
3) Nickname everything. 
    ————Naming theme is music related things (so, instruments, terminology, notation, genres, etc.)

Like I said, just the basic rules. I should hopefully have some fun with this! :D (Big Grin)

My Twitter: twitter.com/Harulocke
And my Tumblr, where this is also being Posted: harurubells.tumblr.com/

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  • Listening to: Pandora
  • Watching: Friends
  • Playing: Fantasy Life
So I keep trying to upload some pages of Shameless, and I'm having some trouble. Every time I try to post the page, it doesn't load. 

If anyone knows why this is happening, that would be great. 

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Jubalii Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I for one am nonplussed that there has been no updates. But.... I also know you've been drawing your bum off for your classes, so I forgive you.

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HaruBells Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yeah, I stopped existing for waaaaay too long. 
Hopefully, though, I should be back. I have quite a few pages of Shameless just sitting in my folder waiting to be scanned and uploaded, and I think I have a few random doodles sitting around, too. x3
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Jubalii Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome :3
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TheRealYuma Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
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AFarmerNamedJack Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014  Hobbyist
Happy Birthday!!! ^_^
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Raakone Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014
Happy Birthday!
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shadowrunner2323 Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i like your art style!
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HaruBells Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much!
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shadowrunner2323 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
^^ you're welcome!
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Jubalii Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
coughcough Fudge coughcough

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