Everyone in the hotel knew I had one, and they even used it has a regional attraction when munchlaxes were a rare sight.
This guy had an everstone but he threw it at some point.
The hotel itself was very resistant, as we had another snorlax years before that.
One year we rented the whole building to Steven's family for his birthday and boy, there were steel types galore.
The issue was that munchlax had tons of food thanks to the visitors and he burned lots of energy swimming across the sea to eat liechi berries while nuking wynauts.>>43598638
When I got demanded I left pacifidlog to my parent's berry fields. Snorlax learned dig to help with the soil, and somehow it had an amazing effect on some berries.
At some point, Micle berries started to grow and Snorlax hated their taste, so we just specialized in these.
The farm got bigger, and when I got a ditto from some kind trainer in exchange for some berry mulch I started breeding Munchlaxes.
We've only hatched 60 or so munchlax eggs, but all their trainers were happy with the outcome.
Right now, even experts in the field praise our work, as snorlax that come from our eggs are bigger than common ones, but none as big as mine.
Maybe you've heard from me, they made an article about our farm in the magazine "Berry Goodies" two months ago.