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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#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

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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, whom it can learn deep compassion from, as well as fairy type moves. They aim to share their affection with trainers and Pokemon they meet.

Named: Eevee - Spriteon - Sylveon

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#662.5 - Fletching are friendly Pokemon who communicate among their flock with specific chips and tail-feather movements. Despite the loveliness of their singing, these Pokemon are merciless to intruders who invade their territory. Fletching aren’t very quick or powerful fliers, but as they age they will grow a flame sac on their belly that will help power them up once it’s hot; however, the sac won’t be fully developed until Fletching has finished evolving, and until then, cannot be used to produce external flames.

#663.5 - Fletchinder, now able expel embers from their beak, utilize their newly developed firepower to drive prey into the open by setting patches of tall grass on fire. Their internal flame grows greatly as they do, heating their flame sac to high temperatures and granting them an impressive speedboost in the sky. Fully evolved Fletchinder, known as Talonflame, have been known to have such a hot internal flame that they shed embers from the gaps between their feather during intense battles.

Requested by @chibi-kageyama and docferdinand.

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