Help i got national poke. but oak doesn't tell me anything about the legendary birds and i talked to him at pal park HELP?
You cant get the legendary birds you dooface!!!!!
Migrate the legendary birds to your game then catch them. Don't be intimidated by lame comments here.
u have to have got the national dex and talked to professor oak in Pal Park. then he will say he is in Eterna City. go to the house at the end where u didnt see anyone there before. oak's there and he'll tell u about articuno zapdos and moltres, the three legendary birds. then u can catch them. PS.u need to have completed the Sinnoh pokedex to get the national dex.
well you cant tell since you dont talk to him but if he looks at you or tries to talk to you then you have something to go on but if he doesnt do anything to talk to you or something then yea he doesnt like you....but if you really like him you will try to talk to him so at least he can get to know you
Your boyfriend and you broke up 6 months ago and you havent talked since you have said hi a couple of times but he just looks at you and doesnt say anything you catch him looking at you. Does he still?
What do you think is going on with pony when he says johnny didnt have anything to do with bob getting killed?
How can a girl even like someone when she has never met talked never saw or even interacted via nay means such an Internet?
How do you ask your friend out if she knows you like her but she doesnt how badly you want to go out with her?
A guy from your school messaged you on Twitter and is hitting on you. We have not talked in person. I feel that when he sees you he will think you are fat or ugly. What should I do?
You can't get the National Dex and you talked to Professor Rowan and he didn't give you the National Dex?
This phrase is part of the poem "The New Colossus" which is engraved on the Statue of Liberty in New York. "Storied" means legendary, much-talked-about, and "pomp" is pageantry, especially the pageantry that goes along with authority. The whole line, which reads "Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp" is an example of American rejection of European civilization while imitating it. Certainly the poem is as pompous as anything Europe had to offer.