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Not On Her Pokémon Gold Behavior

| Related | December 30, 2014

(I have been playing Pokémon Y and trying to catch Mewtwo for several hours when this happens.)

Me: *jumping up from my seat with my fists in the air* “YES! I did it!”

Sister: “What did you do?”

Me: “I finally caught Mewtwo!”

Sister: “Why didn’t you just use a master ball?”

(A master ball catches a Pokémon 100% of the time on the first try, but there is only one of them in the game.)

Me: “I already used it by accident to catch Zygarde… So, instead I had to find a Sableye because it’s, like, one of two Pokémon that’s immune to all of the Mewtwo’s attacks, which was a lot harder than I thought it would be since it’s a rare find, catch it, level it up, use it to weaken the Mewtwo, and throw hundreds and hundreds of pokéballs at it until one of them caught it. I think I only had like three of them left when I finally caught him.”

Sister: “That sounds like a lot of work.”

Me: “Yep. Oh, right, I haven’t saved the game since I caught the Sableye… I should do that now so I don’t accidentally turn it off without saving and lose all my progress again like I did last time.”

Sister: “So you haven’t saved the game yet?”

Me: “Nope.”

Sister: *reaches over and pops the game cartridge out of the back of the 3DS*

(And that is the story of how my little sister nearly ended up in the ER with a 3DS shoved up her butt.)

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