Basically, I’ve been working on improving this guy and hes gone really well so far. However i’m away for mcm London this weekend so i thought i would post him as a w.i.p for now. However im planning on doing the full evo line for him, littens and all!
If you haven’t checked out his trailer, do so now, he looks pretty damn over dramatic and i love him for that.
Fire Type: Charm. In the games, Flame Wheel not only does damage to your foe, but also can unfreeze the Pokemon who uses it. This spell is designed to not only break a curse, but to shoot it back at whoever cast it.
What You’ll Need~
A piece of white or blue paper
A jar with a lid
Something sharp (nails, thumb tacks, etc. Do be careful though!)
Fill the bottom of a jar with salt, and anything sharp, as long as it is metal or glass. Do not use plastic.
On your piece of paper, write the word “curse.” Alternatively, if you know what the effects of the curse are supposed to be, or best yet, the name of who cast the spell, write that.
Light the paper on fire, and drop it into the jar.
Speaking is optional, but if you want to you can address the problem, letting it be known that the caster will be burned back, and that you will not be harmed
Once the paper is sufficiently burned, close the jar, and shake it up.
I would be careful if you write down the effects of the curse, as if that is not exactly what is being cast, it will not cancel out what you forgot to write down. If you write down a curse that has not been cast at all, nothing will happen.
Like most magic, their is an extent to which this will work. This won’t be as effective on bigger or really complex spells, or at least not in breaking it. You may have to do more to ensure your safety. Regardless, you have sent negative energy back at the caster.
INCINEROAR As its fighting spirit increases, the flames that Incineroar produces within its body burst from its navel and waistline. Since the flames somewhat resemble a championship belt, they’re known as its “flame belt,” and the Pokemon unleashes moves that use flames from it. In the heat of battle, Incineroar shows no concern for its opponents—and sometimes even launches attacks that strike the opposing Trainer! As a result, many tend to dislike this Pokemon and keep it at a distance.If a crowd watching it battle is pumped up, Incineroar’s fighting spirit will burn brighter. But a lackluster crowd can make it lose focus or fight shoddily. When it receives the admiration of young Pokemon and children, it may keep up its cold attitude on the outside, but in its heart of hearts, Incineroar is immensely happy. It loses the desire to fight when faced with a Pokemon that’s clearly weak or injured, and it sometimes gets taken advantage of as a result.