gen6 pokemon

*VIVILLON CROSSBREED PATTERNS*

I wanted to try the crossbreed hype (again) and decided to go for one of my 6GEN favorite poke. Can you imagine that Vivi’s pattern could change depending on the pokemon you breed it with? Also added one of the real life patterns I like the most; The Monarch Butterfly.

Which one is your favorite? I’d love to have a Fiery or a Monarca one <3 Hope you like them! :)

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#690.5 - While young, Skrelp are cautious Pokemon who rely on their natural camouflage - disguising them as rotten kelp - to avoid predators. While hidden within a kelp forest, they surprise passing prey with a spray of liquid poison. Skrelp grow slowly, and those that survive into adulthood have developed an extremely potent toxin; as well as the confidence and ability to actively seek out and attack prey. Trainers swimming in Skrelp and Dragalge territory should always have an aquatic Pokemon accompanying them.

Names: Skrelp - Wyvonia - Dragalge

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*VIVILLON VARIANTS PT.II*

I’ve seen many pokeball-related vivillon fanart, but I wanted to try the apricorn ball patterns, ‘cause who doesn’t love them?! <3 

Which one is your favorite? I really loved how the Park Ball came out, as well as moon, and love, and dream, and lure, and level… AND ALL OMG! It’s soooo hard to choose only one! 

Anyway, hope you like them as much as I enjoyed making them :D and thanks again for all the support with my mimikyu variants, my other vivillon crossbreeds, and most of all; my Lunaala and Solgaleo piece! IT’S ALMOST 10K NOTES! AND I’M CRYING ;____; THANKS

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#679 Baby  - It is said that when a Honedge egg hatches, a departed spirit inhabits this Pokemon’s blade. Initially born with a dull blade, Honedge hatchlings will remain sheathed until their tassel-like arm is strong enough to attach onto others, and they have fully developed a sharp edge to attack with. After feeding off of other’s life energy, this Pokemon will quickly become a mature Honedge.

#679.5 - In preparation for evolution, Honedge spend much of their time strengthening their skills and seeking out as much energy as possible. When they are nearing the natural end of their stage, Honedge will find a secluded place where it will begin to divide into two swords. The division process is disorienting, but not painful, as long as the Pokemon has previously stocked up on life energy. Their bodies are malleable during this state, and after splitting, they work together telepathically to form excess material into a plaque.

#680.5 - Doublade work together to flawlessly coordinate complex attacks and swordplay maneuvers. In order to evolve, Doublade search for ancient battle grounds, where the energy of fallen knights sparks the process. Evolving Doublade will line-up back to back, merging their bodies and consciousnesses into one. Similarly, their sheathes will begin to combine into a powerful shield. Once the process is done, the newly formed Aegislash is said to be able to detect those who are destined to be King. Trainers can attempt to replicate the evolution process by exposing their Doublade to a Dusk Stone.

Named: Daghast (baby) - Honedge - Dualice - Doublade - Flamerge - Aegislash

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#674.5 - Pancham have a lot of attitude for such small Pokemon. They try their hardest to look intimidating and get taken seriously by their enemies, but often fail since their glare is not sufficiently frightening. Pancham look up to Pangoro, and in an effort to be as “cool” as them, will often seek out a Dark Type Pokemon to study under; a condition that is necessary for sparking Pancham’s evolution. As they age, Pancham grow larger and stronger, becoming violent and intimidating in their own right. Despite this, they have a warm heart and appreciate affection, and will look out for weak Pokemon who are being bullied.

Named: Pancham - Panchou - Pangoro

Other Gen 6 Pokemon

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#133.58 - It is rare to see a Sylveon in the wild. In order to evolve into this fairy-type, an Eevee must have a close bond with another fairy type Pokemon, from whom it can learn both deep compassion and fairy-type moves. A Trainer can be a substitute for this affection, though they must still help their Eevee learn a fairy-type move. Young Sylveon, dubbed Spriteon, aim to share their affection with trainers and Pokemon they meet by sending a soothing aura out from their developing, ribbonlike feelers. Once they’re mature, the feelers are also used as a distraction against prey.

Named: Eevee - Spriteon - Sylveon

Other completed Eeveelutions. 

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