ITT: We post SIX pokemon that represent animals in our area and anons try to guess where we live.You may give hints if you want.I live in the US
>>38560072Not quite. You’re a bit too far west.
>>38560083Or rather, too far from the east.
>>38560114Somewhere in EuropeFrance mabye?
2 sports teams + neighbors
>>38560147The bayou, specifically Louisiana
What I seen in wild.
>>38560204>not the usa.png
First 2 are pets people have the rest are wild animalsalso pretend sentret is a raccoon
There was a bit of news coverage in town recently
>>38560240oh yeah and any cat or horse mon could fit there
This is probably obvious but if you guess the city you get 20 points.
>>38560252I'll try Sweden then
>>38560270Nope.I chose cloyster instead of any of the more clamlike bivalves for a reason, and consider what Mantine represents aside from just a manta.
Hint in America.
>>38560358>>38560361Closer than the first guess, but still nope.Crabs and oysters are important to the region. Scrafty and Loudred are endemic to this area specifically.
>>38560425Close enough, same region of VA. When I talked about being in the news recently I meant for Something in the Water a couple weeks back.
>>38560036Based on animals I've seen in my backyard.
>>38560563>serperiorHoly shit, are the snakes mutants?
>>38560654Somewhere in Southeast Asia?
>>38560584The garden snakes in my backyard don't have legs or arms last time I recall.
>>38560036Literally anywhere in the us.
>>38560309Nobody even tried.I just don’t get it.
I'm just realizing there aren't Pokemon based on the animals here. I tried to use the closest I could, so.. pretend Aromatisse is a flamingo, Diggersby a big ass hare, Liepard a jaguar, etc.
easy fuckin peasy
From the USA
I'll give hints I guess>Snorunt for the climate (also looks like Moomin, popular in my particular area)>Aggron for the iron mines everywhere>Lampent for a popular urban legend>Lycanroc for the wolves starting to repopulate the state>Bergmite for the stupidly cold weather>Shellder for our invasive species problem
>>38560036>>38560096somewhere in maryland or some shit? nobody's gonna guess your obscure state hillbilly nigger
>>38561629You live near god?
>>38561816no but close
>>38561791Canada.Hint: Some of the corresponding animals are seasonal and will be starting to spawn now.
>>38561804God has forsaken the place where I live. Anyhow, it's the closest to a llama I could think of.
>>38561899not in the USA, but close enough
here's mine>>38560036Midwest, I'd say Minnesota>>38560114Canada?
3 hints for mine: I'm in the USA, Anorith is a trilobite, and Bronzong is a bell
>>38561629Hint: it's not America, but still in the Americas.
>>38561372Bears and kangaroos? How?
In the USA.
>>38563675No, but you're VERY close!
UKfags representAlthough to be honest this could be most places here
Hint 1: I'm in EuropeHint 2: I'm right on the coast
>>38563874Yes, you are correct. That Scrafty represents Guadalupe, a town you fucking don't go into. Ever. >>38561791Vancouver?>>38560398Hi Seattle. Did you find a way to tax Farfetch'ds yet?>>38561372Norway.
>>38562707Close, bit more south.
Not the US or EU.
>>38561506>>38563884>>38563895>Antarctica>Norway>AustriaWrong>>38563672Hint: Kangaskhan does not represent a kangaroo
>>38564988The Delibird says FinlandBut if the Kangaskhan represent Gengis Khan, I would say Mongolia.
>>38565057Finland it isKangaskhan does represent Genghis Khan
Hard mode: Guess the US city
>>38566463I'm gonna at least guess Florida.
>>38566463>>38566661Sandygast would mean it's on a beach so I'd say Clearwater, Miami, or Tampa
>>38564440Nope, you got farther away. I think the whale is the biggest hint. Also, I'm just now realizing I should've used Delibird, too.
>>38566725Brazil.>>38564811Australia>>38563852Those are rather generic mons.>>38562425Virginia
Hints:I’m in the USThe Stantler is supposed to be a moose and the Poochyena is supposed to be a coyote
>>38568780Close, you got the first letter
here's a relatively easy one
>>38560654>Place stinks, trash everywhere, cockroaches, flying rats, technology, actual ratsSan Francisco
>>38568486not Virginia and spiritomb refers to the states nick name
>>38570168The keystone state, Pennsylvania?
>>38570585Actually, replace pidove with fletchling.
>>38560398This is literally anywhere forested in NA though. You have to rule some common ones out next time and focus on cultural aspects. Deer and forested help us figure put it’s not desert, but the rest are pretty useless.
>>38561783I googled Moomin to figure out what you were talking about and it’s exclusively Swedish so i’m putting all my money on Sweden
>>38561854You have wild hedgehogs?
>>38561858> pretend Aromatisse is a flamingo,> Diggersby a big ass hare, > Liepard a jaguar,> it's the closest to a llama At this point you should really had just named six animals
>>38561372I wanna say Argentina but if I’m right fuck you for including a bear, which have almost none of and a kangaroo when you didn’t mean kangaroo.
>>38561372Europe doesn’t have penguins or langaroos. But looking at Delibird the other way you have to mean Finland. But only Scandinavians would understand that
>>38568486My first thought was Wyoming. But it could just as well be Montana or Idaho so idk. The odds of you living in Wyoming is statistically tiny so I’m going with Montana, final answer.
>>38568550Minnesota, specifically the Duluth area.
i decided to make the last two more representative of the area instead of actual animalsHINTS-East Coast-pay attention to ponyta-ampharos is there because we have tons of structures related to ampharos-salamence is there because we have a history of trying to fly and succeedingmaybe i made this too obvious but whatever
>>38568875>trump thumping>cattle raising>horsebreeding>bear/fringed leather jacket>pidove likely equals major cities >deerling is fairly unhelpfulI wanna say texas but you would have included Tauros instead so... idk. Definitely in the Bible belt though. Big on Western heritage for sure. You didn’t include Tornadus so it’s toward the southern end of it.... Oklahoma fits but again heavy on the tornados so probably not
>>38570168I’ve got hand it to you. Spiritomb has a cranked bell shaped “keystone” it was a 10/10 choice. Implies dead history too. Kudos Anon
>>38570837great job here's what each one represents for anyone wondering:volbeat- PA's state insect is the fireflyAnorith- trilobite is PA's state fossil Turtwig- box turtles are pretty common in PABronzong- the liberty bell in in Phillyspiritomb- PA is known as the key stone statedeerling- white tailed deer are incredibly common in all of PA