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Special Stage Route
スペシャルステージルート Minun
Special Stage Route
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That's not me, but a Minun. That's a Pokémon for my Chinese Zodiac sign (see below).
Age 17
Gender Male
Blood type A
Eye color Black
Hair color Black
Hometown Unknown
Region Hoenn (current)
Kalos (during Anean‎ Continental War)

Welcome to Bulbapedia.

Here's my account in Bulbagarden Forums: Shadow*

I'm a Pokémon fan which is also interested in motorsports and Yakuza. I'm a spiritual successor to the now-defunct Hoenn Racing Team Fukuoka, which was closed years ago. For simplified version of my page (no pictures), please visit my "archived" page. Visit my sandbox page if you dare.

My account information

Basic info

  This user identifies as male.
  This user is not in a relationship.
  This user is obsessed with Japan.
  This user supported Barack Obama in the 2008 United States election.
  This user is a Buddhist.
  This user's birthday is March 30.
  This user was born in the Year of the Rat.


en-4 This user speaks English at a native level.
zh-3 該 用戶能以熟練中文進 行交流
该 用户能以熟练中 文进行交流。
ja-3 この利用者は流暢日本語を話します。


  This user spends too much time on the computer.
  This user contributes using Microsoft Windows XP.
  This user knows HTML.
  This user uses Wikipedia.
  This user has a YouTube account.
  This user contributes using Google Chrome.
  This user uses Twitter.
  This user contributes using Wi-Fi.
Java This user can program in Java.
[[Image:File:PokesavScreenshot.png|60px]] This user uses Pokésav.


♪ ♪ ♪
This user can sing.
  This user drives race cars.
  This user watches auto racing.
  This user watches soccer.
  This user likes April Fools' Day.


  This user's favorite legendary Pokémon is Zekrom.
  This user's favorite baby Pokémon is Pichu.
  This user likes Shadow Lugia.
  This user hates Glitch Pokémon.
  This user supports remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.  

Favorite Regions

  This user's favorite region is Hoenn.
  This user's favorite region is Unova.
  This user's favorite region is Kalos.


  This user is a loner.
  This user is happy!
  This user is always laughing.
  This user is easily angered.
  This user is insane.
  This user prefers the nighttime.
  This user plays in sandboxes.
  This user is not a member of any project and prefers to work on anything floating around.

Favorite anime

  This user likes Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire.
  This user likes Pokémon the Series: Black and White.

Loved and Hated Manga

  This user loves Magical Pokémon Journey manga.
  This user loves Pokémon Chamo-Chamo ☆ Pretty ♪ manga.
  This user loves Pokémon RéBURST manga.
  This user hates Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Adventure! manga.


  This user is a fan of a mecha designer.
  This user trusts Chuang Yi.
  This user trusts Yakuza.
  This user supports Shinobu Tsukasa.
  This user has a DeviantART account.
  This user likes rickrolling.


  This user lieks Mudkipz.
  All your base are belong to us!
  This user loves ketchup as much as Pikachu.
  These donuts are great. Jelly-filled are my favorite. Nothing beats a jelly-filled donut.
  Pull my finger!
  O RLY?
  This user thinks that Pachirisu is the strongest Pokémon of all.

Chinese Zodiac and Pokémon

Sign Pokémon*
Rat  Marill and  Minun
Ox  Tauros
Tiger  Purugly
Rabbit  Buneary
Dragon  Salamence
Snake  Snivy
Horse  Zebstrika
Goat  Mareep
Monkey  Pansage| Pansear| Panpour
Rooster  Torchic
Dog  Eevee
Pig  Tepig


Street racers, known natively in Japan as hashiriya (Japanese: 走り屋 Hashiri-ya), [1] often occur on expressways and highways, where they are known as kōsoku battle (Japanese: 高速バトル, literally "high-speed battle") or commonly known as Roulette-zoku as they drive round and round in circular motions[1] and frequently occur on the Shuto Expressway in Tokyo, real-life Kanto region. Japanese racers have also popularized racing along the narrow winding roads of the mountains of the country, known as Touge. (potrayed in SS[2] and Over Rev![3], both were published by Shōgakukan)

The most notorious group to be associated with street racing was the Mid Night Club who gave street racing worldwide attention with its 300km/h antics. It was known for its high standards and organization until they were disbanded in 1999 following a fatal accident involving a group of Bōsōzoku. The expressway racing scene is portrayed in the manga Wangan Midnight (formerly serialized in a manga magazine of Shōgakukan for short periods before moving out), as well as in the movie series Shuto Kousoku Trial.

With heavier punishments, patrolling police cars, crackdowns in meeting areas and the installation of speed cameras, expressway racing in Japan is not as common today as it was during the 1980s and the 1990s. Still, it occurs on a not-so-regular basis. Persistent racers often install spring assisted license-plate swivelling mechanisms that hold plates down at speed or picture-proof screens over their plates. In 2001, the amount of hashiriya dropped from 9,624 (in 1995) to 4,365 and police arrests in areas where hashiriya gather are common. Cars are checked for illegal modification and if found, owners are fined and forced to remove the offending modifications.

One of the causes of street racing in Japan is that, despite the numerous and famous race circuits, they can become overcrowded. Furthermore, such circuits may cost as much as ¥20,000 to race,[1] while a highway toll may cost less than ¥1,000.[1]

As in other countries, street racing also occurs on long straights in industrial areas, which are used for drag races, known natively as Zero-Yon (ゼロヨン) for "0-400" (meters; in America, racing to a quarter-mile, 1320 feet, or 402 meters, is the norm), Yon is Japanese for "4". This practice gave its name to a popular video game franchise of the 1990s, Zero4 Champ series.

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