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Mewtwo TFI was so bored, and most of the fun things you'd suggest wouldn't help. I've been playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Project M for hours, there was nothing new on DeviantART, Reddit was down, and I was bored of battling the same OU Pokémon playing Pokémon X/Y online. I turned on some music and decided I'd play some Pokémon. Not X/Y, mind you, but Red Version. I popped the cartridge unto the blue GBA SP I've had since launch (I needed the backlight bad, and I never had a Game Boy Light) I finished off a couple of things I forgot to do - the Mew glitch, MissingNO, and most important: cloning Pokémon, by a long-time method of simply turning off your Game Boy at the right time while it's saving. I grabbed my second Game Boy (this time a Color) my Pokémon Blue, and my original Game Boy link cables, and started the process. I put the Mewtwo I was cloning up on the Color, and a Pidgey from my Red. I started the trade and turned it off right when I thoughMewtwo TF2 days ago in Settings
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"Hmph. Not a one to be found"
I was looking for a Pokémon - a Charmander, to be exact. I was on the Player Search System, through the GTS, and not many people had Charmanders, and the ones that did we're asking for Pokémon I didn't have. I logged off and decided I should see if Professor Sycamore had any extra. I walked into his lab, and said, "Hey, Professor Sycomore!,
"Yes?" He replied as I walked over to him.
"Do you have any more Charmanders? It's one of the few Pokémon I have left to fill in the Pokédex."
"Sorry, but no. I just gave my last one out to someone."
I do recall seeing someone I knew, Raven, walk out, but I probably couldn't tell at the moment because she was wearing her lab coat as usual, and it's hard to tell the difference between Raven and the scientists in Sycamore's lab, especially when you're on a rush.
I decided to call Professor Oak, from the Kanto r