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SHINY Stollunior entwickelt zu SHINY Stollos & Kingsloot Opening! Pokemon Go!

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euda heute entwickle ich zum ersten mal ein Shiny Pokemon von mir
es ist das Shiny Stollunior dass ich am ersten Tag der neuen Gen 3 Welle gefangen habe, hier nochmal das Video dazu:
https://youtu.be/p4jcVa-jk8U
zudem haben wir noch eine Überraschungsbox dank KingsLoot [SPONSORED], mehr zu denen findet ihr hier:
https://www.kingsloot.de
wie findet ihr sieht Shiny Stollos aus? habt ihr auch schon ein Shiny Stollunior bzw Shiny Stollos?
die Abenteuer und Ausbeute von der Purge am Wochenende:
https://youtu.be/3kgfzp9IoOs
ein paar von den neuesten Videos:
meine erste Begegnung mit einem Legendären 100er hier:
https://youtu.be/hwx-RRtJ9Gs
meine Groudon Statistik:
https://youtu.be/QDAdX0JCyak
alles rund um Mewtu EX Raids & Trigger hier:
https://youtu.be/M2aeRVSJPYk
das ganze saftige Jahr 2017 noch mal im Rückblick:
https://youtu.be/Qo9CCW4Kddc
der letzte Livestream hier:
https://youtu.be/9ytussQnxh0
die letzte Folge wo Savas seinen Mewtu EX Raid hatte hier:
https://youtu.be/NQQVLn3H96k
mein Shop mit SuperSaftigen Shirts und Pullis hier:
https://www.getshirts.de/index.php?page=shop&id=hong
falls ihr mich unterstützen wollt:
https://tinyurl.com/DonationHong
Twitter Account:
https://twitter.com/SuperSaftig
Instagram Account:
https://www.instagram.com/supersaftig/
Facebook Account:
https://www.facebook.com/SuperSaftig/
schauts vorbei und danke für jegliche Unterstützung


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