John Kettler

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  • Joined Sep ’10

Adelante!

Moving Forward with Standard, and a Guide to Coping with Format Rotations



Gone in an Instant, Here in a Flash

Moving on from States, and Approaching Nationals

Kettler’s Laboratory

Understanding the Biology of X and Y
It sends electricity through its legs to boost their strength. Running at top speed, it easily breaks 50 mph. (Boltund)

I Object, Your Honor…

Different Decks and Surprising Techs
Leaving leftover black tea unattended is asking for this PokΓ©mon to come along and pour itself into it, turning the tea into a new ___________. (Polteageist)
It can race around like a unicycle, even on rough, rocky terrain. Burning coal sustains it. (Rolycoly)