I cleaned up the organization of the music pages.
I have added Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Shining Pearl, Legends: Arceus, New Snap, and UNITE to the Pokémon game list.
This is just a quick update to state that I've been playing quite a bit of New Pokémon Snap lately, and I will soon add a gallery of pictures taken in the game.
I also went out birding a lot between the start of this year through mid-May. Check out my pictures over on Critter Pics.
It's been quite a long time since I've last added an affiliate, but I've added one today: Grenin's Place. The site features a variety of information and reviews of the Pokémon Diamond & Pearl anime, quizzes, and fan-fiction. Be sure to give it a look!
Happy New Year, everyone! Here's hoping that the vaccines prove successful and we can all make a transition back to normalcy soon.
I have uploaded a collection of Pokémon fonts to the miscellaneous downloads section. This is the same collection I posted back in 2010. I have also cleaned up the downloads page and brought over my old programs.
I have ported over the original news archive and updated many of the links to the Wayback Machine so you can view old affiliates' websites as they were over a decade ago. I have also updated the list of Pokémon games and started uploading some images in high resolution. The Pokémon of the Day can now display Generation 8 Pokémon. Finally, I've added a new rumor involving Kangaskhan and Cubone, and I've updated the Eevee entry.
(Also, hush, I know Dusk Lycanroc is missing from the banner.)
I have added a few questions to the Pokémon Purity Test. The news archive should finish being ported over tomorrow.
General page cleanup, footer cleanup, and I fixed a few links. The news page is now back online, and I also ported an old article from Floatzel.Net, Pokémon Rumors, which I also cleaned up a little and fixed a few dead links.
I'd also like to apologize for letting this site languish for quite a while. After the closure of Victory Road, I lost a lot of interest in working on a
Pokémon website, which was further cemented by the iffy Let's Go titles and especially in mid-2019 by the lackluster announcements preceding the release of
Pokémon Sword & Shield; I had gotten disenfranchised. I even made this
Pokérap GS, but with
non-Galar Pokémon removed in spite. (The worst part starts at 1:41.)
Of course, the DLC would partially rectify their decision to cut most of the Pokémon. But I digress; I feel I should step off that soapbox and at least put some work into this website again.
I have worked on a few other projects since the last time I did serious work on Lycanroc.Net, however, such as the Critterpedia, a little website showing the critters currently available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
One new upload for PokeRemixStudio:
Eleven new uploads for PokeRemixStudio:
One new upload for PokeRemixStudio:
Victory Road and the Adoption Center have been closed down. Thank you for making us a part of your lives since 2006!
The forum will remain up as an archive. If you wish to receive a copy of your PMs or if you'd like to request removal of any private information from your profile, please contact me.
The Pokékaki has closed down.
I have made a few changes to the Pokémon form usability matrix to bring it in line with Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon.
Next week marks the 11th anniversary of Victory Road. It’s certainly been a long journey of friendships, antagonisms, and programming adventures. It is with a wave of emotions that I must finally retire Victory Road.
I have added a new feature, the Pokémon form usability matrix, which shows all Pokémon forms and how they can be used. This page is most useful for those building a Living Pokédex.