extraterrestrial pokemon

Mega Beheeyem, based on the Flatwoods Monster

Think this is more fitting to base the mega of an alien encounter like the rest of the line, than just giving it some bigger details. Gave it steel typing as Flatwoods Monster had some metallic clothing, and levitate because well, Beheeyem already does and Flatwoods Monster was said to do as well. And also good to make it immune to ground. Another option could be adaptability as ability.

The shiny one is colored to look more like the Flatwoods Monster, with darker clothing and reddish face.

Pokemon watching; extraterrestrial sightings
Pokemon: Elgyem and Beheeyem
Location: Forte Pozzacchio, Italy.

Rumors of their origin are linked to a UFO crash site in the desert 50 years ago. They are said to use their strong psychic powers to cause unendurable headaches. Apparently, they communicate by flashing their three fingers, but those patterns haven’t been decoded. 

Medium: Colored markers and watercolor on fuji instant film.
Following the recent release of the mobile app PokemonGo, we decided to paint our take on this fun game.

bandwagon HOOOOOO

Anyway, amuseoffirebane made a very good suggestion to do Clefairy variants based off of various moon legends/themes.

Standard: The most common species of Clefairy, they are most well known for their dances on the night of the full moon on Mt. Moon. Still strongly suspected to be an “extraterrestrial” pokemon similar to Deoxys and Elgyem, they have been on Earth long enough to adapt and thrive in our environment.

Wolf: A failed attempt at breeding Clefairy specifically for battle. It is just as passive and friendly as it’s Standard cousin, until the night of the full moon where it’s aggression levels will spike. It tends to favor physical attacks over the psychic/ fairy type attacks used by other variants. Due to it’s more muscular upper build, it has lost some of it’s bipedal ability.

Rabbit/Man in the Moon: Bred for companionship, this breed is almost the same as the standard except for a few physical features and a greater inclination to bond with humans. Breeding for tameness has resulted in flopped ears, and speckled markings on the face. They are often nicknamed ‘dream guardians’ due to watching over their trainers or family at night. A good pokemon for older trainers and young families.

Full: A variant of the standard Clefairy that leans towards a “fuller” build, these pokemon adapted to live in cities and use their ‘cute’ round bodies to beg for food and attention. They are considered signs of luck for families trying to have children, and will often be adopted as hospital mascots or by midwives. Special care must be taken to not underfeed these pokemon, due to ignorant trainers thinking them overweight- a plump “Full” Clefairy is a healthy Clefairy.

Crescent: One of the oddest variants, this pokemon when first spotted on a surveillance camera was at first confused for a pair of white pants being moved by a psychic pokemon as a prank. This has since gained them the nickname of the “pants pokemon”. It is unknown why this variant evolved the way it did- but it has since become a favorite of “paranormal research: trainers.