#571 Zoroark - Capable of creating illusions that are indistinguishable from reality. Unlike Pokémon that are able to Transform, Zoroark is incapable of physically changing itself; thus, Zoroark is unable to use the abilities of the Pokémon that it is pretending to be. They can, however, make convincing illusions of attacks, which are extremely realistic to the point that one may believe they are being physically affected. Zoroark live in groups and are extremely protective of those they care about; they use their illusions to protect their pack such as creating illusory landscapes to hide their territory.
Avengers MCU AU: Where Captain America invites Daredevil to join the New Avengers
MM: When you invited me to be part of the old Avengers– I told you: My life is a disaster. I don’t get the free pass in the media like you do. I’m in a lot of trouble, and I would never ever knowingly create a situation that would put you and your reputation on the line. And I appreciate that you don’t care– but I do. (New Avengers #3)
It is told in mythology that this Pokémon was born before the universe even existed, that it emerged from an egg in a place where there was nothing, then shaped the world. Arceus’s powers were awakened immediately, and from itself it made time and space, matter and antimatter, and set Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina to guard them. It created spirit as well, setting Uxie in charge of knowledge, Mesprit in charge of emotion, and Azelf in charge of willpower, before falling into an eternal slumber.
#417 Pachirisu - Extremely fast Pokémon, enabling it to tire out pursuing Pokémon quickly. When a Pachirisu sheds its fur, it shapes it into furballs, and because its fur has static in it, these furballs do too. It hides its favorite foods in these static puffs and stores them in tree holes to protect the food, so if a human or another Pokémon tries to take it, they will get shocked from the static. When they sleep, Pachirisu like to curl their big, fluffy tails around to use as pillows, and like to chase and groom their tails.
Resident Evil 3 is the second game I played in the series, and
the one I almost quit because the controls frustrated me so
badly. Luckily, I forced myself to get used to the controls, and
was introduced to one of my favorite characters. Later, when I
played Remake, I saw she could play the Moonlight Sonata, and
weirdly enough, my mom had taught me the song before I even knew
it was in the game. Along with this, she’s a strong character and
has gone through so much. How could you not love Jill Valentine?