i keep seeing p5 pokemon trainer aus on twitter and wanted to make my own
akechi is an aspiring trial captain, very goal-oriented, with high expectations for himself and others. he dreams of one day becoming champion (to get revenge on his absent parents, who repeatedly told him he was unwanted and would never amount to anything).
akira got in trouble in his home region on bogus charges and was sent to live with a relative in alola. he quickly grew bored and decided to become a trainer/embark on the island challenge to give himself something to do. despite not taking training that seriously, he’s a surprisingly good battler whose pokemon hold him in high regard.
the two of them got their starter pokemon at the same time and were rivals from practically the moment they met. they tend to be pretty evenly matched, but akira definitely has more wins. (akechi hates that)
Diver type- Has tougher hide and are much heavier than common wailords. This allows them to live in deeper ocean levels and are suited best for competitive battling.
Butterfly type- Bred to have longer fins, and unique markings. This wailord seems to be popular among coordinators
Dwarf type- a natural mutation that seems to be favored by casual Pokemon owners. It is completely the same as the common just smaller and better suited for travel.
Mirage type- These whales are so buoyant they are unable to dive leaving there open back exposed to the sun. Many have grown complete living islands on their back. Many scientists believe this is the secret to why mirage islands disappear and reappear weeks later.
Made for a contest on r/Pokemon.
Basically it was to make a Kantonian form of an Alolan Pokemon (like
how Kantonian Pokemon got Alolan forms). I picked Mudsdale and took
inspiration from the Kirin/Qilin.
The Alolan Mudsdale was originally imported to Kanto’s Safari Zone
before they escaped and settled down along the coast of Fushia City’s
peninsula. They adapted the Water type to better match their
environment, and lost the Ground type for the Dragon type as they began
to evolve with a hard, scale-like substance on their bodies.
Kantonian Mudsdale are peaceful giants who will only join the most
benevolent of trainers. They hate violence, and are known to be wary of
trampling upon small Pokemon, and even plants. Despite their massive
size, many believe they can walk on water, as they have been found on
the Seafoam Islands and other surrounding islands.
Common Bulbasaur (based on Dicynodonts; domestic breed) The Common Bulbasaur is a species specially bred for use as a trained pokemon. Generations of selective breeding have produced a docile, average-sized creature which lacks the tusks, tail and prominent forehead of its wild cousins. Common Bulbasaur are entirely herbivorous, but in its later stages a fully grown Common Venusaur can live off photosynthesis for weeks on end. The Common species is the only species of Bulbasaur that pokemon trainers can register; the other species are endangered and are protected by the Ranger Corps of Oblivia and Fiore.
Coastal Bulbasaur (based on Placerias gigas; found on Renbow Island, Oblivia) The Coastal Bulbasaur have forward-facing tusks for digging in the sand, and a large jaw which aids them in cracking open the shells of shellfish. They are larger than the Common species. Their weight allows them to stand in the crashing waves along the shore to eat without being washed away. They eat shellfish and other small sea life that live along the shore. Coastal Bulbasaur are more agressive than their cousin species, and will not hesitate to charge other pokemon who encroach on their territory. Only experienced rangers should attempt to approach a Coastal Venusaur.
Island Bulbasaur (based on Placerias hernestus; found on Dolce Island, Oblivia) The Island Bulbasaur is the smallest of the Bulbasaur subspecies - a fully grown Island Venusaur grows to only an average of 4′ tall from foot to flower. Their small size can be attributed to insular dwarfism, as this species evolved on a small island in the south of Oblivia. The Island Bulbasaur has an extra set of leaves, which allows it to absorb more sunlight and as a result, it can survive on sunlight for much longer periods of time. When the Island Bulbasaur does eat, it prefers insects over plantmatter. Island Bulbasaur are semi-aquatic; they have webbed toes and a long thin tail which assists in swimming. This species is quite timid, and will flee at the first sign of danger.
Forest Bulbasaur (based on Mohgraberia nmachouensis; found in Lyra Forest, Fiore) The largest of the Bulbasaur species, the Forest Bulbasaur is a massive plant eater with no natural enemies. Its long claws and sharp tusks are used to strip trees of their branches and leaves, and they will even use their heads to ram trees and topple them over. Due to limited sunlight in the forest, the Forest Bulbasaur has developed chloroplasts in its skin, allowing for greater photosynthesis in a low-light environment. The Forest species is a gentle giant, having the most placid disposition of all Bulbasaur species despite its fearsome appearance.
[if there are any other species you’d like me to do, let me know!]
Ok, how about this. The tinys are common in the pokemon world, but not so in the alola islands. When Yoyo arrives to the islands, (yes, my sona, because I don’t have imagination for create my own OC’s) she wanna do the island challenge, even if she it’s really more older than 10 XD.
IDK silly ideas and silly doodles because I wanted to draw this a lot.
imagine cecil not being into video games very much at all until he discovers that carlos has a game where you CAN HANG OUT WITH AND TALK TO CUTE LITTLE ANIMALS and another one where you can CATCH LITTLE MONSTERS AND PET THEM AND FEED THEM PASTRIES. and then he hogs carlos’ 3ds so much that for christmas or something he buys him his own. imagine them staying up late playing pokemon and animal crossing together. imagine these giant weenies going on island tours and trading furniture or battling pokemon. imagine.
Hibiki’s leg bounced rapidly in
place as he attempted to calm himself down, but it was proving
ultimately fruitless. He sighed, glancing around until he laid eyes on a
“’scuze me, uh, do you know how long these rides
usually are…?” He paused, then added, “… Do you also happen to know the
forecast? Any storms coming?”
Mohn enjoyed any chance he got to see the ‘natural’ world, a boat ride was no exception. He was surprised when a young man approached him though, acting rather skittish.
“What, to Pokemon Land? I don’t think it’s very far by what the map shows. Maybe an hour?” He hadn’t a clue what the weather could bring but he smiled reassuringly and patted Hibiki on the back.
“Aw it’s okay! I’m sure the boat operators are well prepared for any kind of bad weather, except for your random Gyarados rage cyclone.” Maybe he shouldn’t talk about that? Sigh, time to quickly backtrack, he’s not helping with that kind of talk. Mohn sizes Hibiki up and changes the subject. “Are you a Pokemon Trainer, lad? What kind of Pokemon do you have?”
I feel bad for poor Groudon like look at him the that giant Pokemon stuck on a tiny little island. Kyogre has got the whole fucking ocean to fight in, and trust me if you you’ve been to Hoenn all there is is ocean, but Groudon the Pokemon capable of creating fucking continents stuck on the little rock. Sorry Groudon but this looks like game over for you.