It’s probably not surprising that I found this weekend’s pokemon festival to be a huge waste of money. Some folks had fun and caught shinies, but my experience was bogged down with glitches. For the past couple of days, I’ve spent my pokemon go time at raids. Raids have had their own glitches, which was frustrating, but it was a bit more stable than the pogo fest experience had been. Plus, I got some good Kyogres!
I desperately wanted a shiny hundo, but have plenty of good options to use. I don’t do much competitively with pokemon go anyway, but I really wanted a scary water pokemon that I could come close to maxing out, and these are pretty scary.
I’ll take a break until we get the Mewtwo raids later this month, and then I’ll do the same thing. Crossing my fingers for a shiny monster that I can power up and send to Pokemon home with my Kyogre. I guess it’s not enough to catch them all…
I jumped on mlb the show 22 yesterday. I had been tearing through the Halladay program and getting close to the diamond Halladay, but our new bundle of joy was not into the idea of hanging out in front of the tv this weekend and i was pretty exhausted from her crazy sleep schedule.
I logged in to find that the Halladay program had been replaced already. For some reason, I thought we’d have a month like we did with the inning programs last year. I have to say, I was pretty upset that I had wasted the time with nothing to show for it. Diamond dynasty is fun, but I can’t commit the time to it that’s required this year.
’21 had the daily challenges and prizes which were a great option for someone who couldn’t put the time into the innings programs, but still wanted do grind out daily prizes. Not having the equivalent this year is a bummer. I think I’ll sit the timed programs out at the very least.
Now I’ll have more time to devote to my absolute horror of a RTTS player: