Posts tagged Nidoqueen

Clayqueen

Look it’s a queen

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Nido Pins

The only one I'm missing is Nidoking, which only bothers me on a collector level (what little of a collector I am). Nidoran Female and Nidoqueen are both great for different reasons. The worst is clearly Nidorino. That's a shame.

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Pokemon Cooking Club

I bought these back when I visited the Pokemon Center in New York the first time, as evidenced by the copyright date. It only now occurred to me that I should scan it. I regret not buying the mug or other pieces that had Nidoqueen on them. I know I was a Nido fan back then based off of the fact that I remember I was doing Poppistar Universe and Poke Legends around that time (it's sad that the only way I can recall when I liked a Pokemon was how I utilized it). But I was a kid with no money back then, too. Nidoqueen is playing a cute role, sure, but I get more nostalgic just looking at this overall than anything. I guess in my case, it carries a memory for me. Back when the Pokemon Center was good (or existed as the Pokemon Center at all), and I could still (care to) keep track of the amount of Pokemon. :P

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Female Nido Keychains

I had acquired these during the fall, or summer, in 2010 but was too lazy to get them up (more like I dislike using cameras, but I figured out I can scan these). At the time (2011) these were probably the most recent Nido product in years not including the cards. Man, the poor Pokemon.

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Unofficial Nido Magnets

Got these in Chinatown. Of course, anyone could've made these, and they just filched artwork from an image search I'm sure (Nidoran Female isn't even the same quality as the rest of her evolutions for goodness sake), but they were cheap, and Nido, which equaled "gotta have". The cool thing about the store was that the magnets they were selling leaned towards Nido (like) favoritism, as they were only selling Nidos, Ratta family, and Rhyhorn family magnets (with a one off Hypno, Golem, and Oak/Jenny/Joy/somebody else magnet). That coupled with the fact that most Chinatown wares cater to the first generation, and it's a shopping spree.

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