dragon electric type


Raimodo, the spark of reckless courage!

The Charged Pokemon
Type: Electric/Dragon
Abilities: Electroshock*/Galvanize
Hidden Ability: Infiltrator
Height: 2ft 1in
Weight: 33 Lbs

One of the sacred Pokemon of the Dracona region, Raimodo bites and shocks anything it dislikes, and thus is considered one of the most difficult pokemon to train. The more active a Raimodo is, the more energy it produces, makeing them near impossible to calm down…

*Electroshock: All contact attacks have a chance to paralyze the target

Base stats:
Hp: 40
Att: 85
Def: 50
Sp.Att: 85
Sp.Def: 50
Speed: 90
total: 400

Evolves into Raidraptor at lv 36

The signs as Pokemon types

Aries: fire

Taurus: fighting

Gemini: water

Cancer: ghost

Leo: ice

Virgo: steel

Libra: dragon

Scorpio: dark

Sagittarius: poison

Capricorn: psychic

Aquarius: electric

Pisces: flying

Commission 51 - May ‘15 - Future Satoshi*

* - Not my view of Satoshi’s final design nor team.

Lizardon, Gaburias, Pikachu, Jukain, Lucario, Kabigon

Charizard, Garchomp, Pikachu, Sceptile, Lucario, Snorlax

Day 386 - Nuoh | ヌオー | Quagsire

Nuoh is a slow moving Pokémon, often compared to Yadon in terms of laziness. They float along water bodies all day, taking in the sun. At night, they sleep. Nuoh is only awake for 2 hours a day, and most of that time is spent on its side. The one activity most like to partake in is rolling around in mud.

(P.S. New Pokémon drawing every single day. Commissions open! animeleepocket@gmail.com. Yes, that is a reference to the XY anime episode. I hope Dedenne meets up with Satoshi’s Numelgon again some day.)

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If there’s one thing I’m certain of about myself, it’s that I am obsessed with Pokemon types. So, for the past three days. I decided to do some math. Specifically, I calculated the average power, accuracy, and more of every single Pokemon type, by taking the sum of these values for each and every single known move of the type and dividing by the number of used moves. 

The categories were average base power, accuracy, and chance to have a secondary effect (for example, a chance to Poison or flinch), % of total moves that were attacks, % of total moves that were status moves, % of status moves that hindered the opponent (i.e., Leer, Spikes, etc.), and % of status moves that benefited the user’s team (i.e., Harden, Safeguard, Reflect). 

So, if you’re curious to learn things you never knew about Pokemon types, check this out. I personally found it fun to guess which type would be the best and worst for all of these before doing the research, so you should give it a try too. I’ll give my guesses after each graph to avoid influencing you. 

Also, it’s a good thing I have no friends and my GPA is beyond saving, or I’d never have the time to do anything like this.

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