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 whirls around in the wind while singing a joyous song. This delightful display has charmed many into raising this PokΓ©mon. (Gossifleur)

I Object, Your Honor…

Different Decks and Surprising Techs
The special metal that composes its body is very light, so this PokΓ©mon has considerable agility. It lives in caves because it dislikes the rain. (Duraludon)
It spins its tail fins to propel itself, surging forward at speeds of over 100 knots before ramming prey and spearing into them. (Barraskewda)