mega-formes

Originally posted by chasekip

ITS MY GIRL LILLIE IN HER MEGA POWERFUL Z FORM!

I made this QR code after I finished my playthrough of moon, as I just missed my girl so much. out of the two outfits, she wears in the game I couldn't pick a favorite so I went with a Z form inspired outfit!


feel free to share and I’d love to see your mayor or villagers dressed up as everyone favorite girl!

Originally posted by aku-no-homu

POKEMON ULTRA SUN AND MOON: Pokémon Follow You!

Another leak says the same major detail:

The last major difference is Pokémon Follow you.


“By this time, you should be preparing the team you’re going to use for Ultra Sun and Moon to walk.”


There are two files per Pokémon, each Evolution:

  • Walking Animation
  • Running Animation

MEGA POKEMON Animations (Possible) Walking and running will stay-in their Mega Forms, similar to POKEMON XY, Sun and Moon Anime. 

Mega Pokémon have “walking animations” too! A feature that has never-been seen before in previous games, including Pokémon Sun and Moon and HeartGold SoulSilver.

VIEW/REBLOG


  • Shiny Animations are NOT CONFIRMED yet. But seeing as HeartGold and SoulSilver included them, they should be in USUM.


Having Mega-Evolved Pokémon in the Overworld in Ultra Sun and Moon means that Mega Pokémon may finally carry status items aside from their Mega Stone.


“I’d say that the largest drawback to a Mega Stone is that the Pokemon can’t heal itself, power up or cure status with items. However there are other ways to achieve this.”



Follow @megapokemonxy for more Ultra Sun and Moon Leaks

A Pokemon headcanon that I feel should be something more commonplace among the RP community:

As we are all aware… just as there are many different Pokemon across the regions, there are many different animals all over the world in real life.

In real life, there are animals everybody seems to know and recognize, which tend to be popular zoo exhibits or those more commonly found around the world. There are plenty of other animals that—unless you take a particular interest in zoology—many people are unfamiliar with. They may be animals seen before, of which the name is forgotten or never learned, or they may be a completely new discovery for a person.

Now, there are millions of species of animals in real life, more generally categorized still by a staggering amount of taxonomical terms. There is no one person who knows of them all, no matter how studied of a zoologist they are.

There may only currently be 802 species of Pokemon total (not including Mega Evolutions and Alola Forms) which is a very significantly less amount for any person to remember (I mean, very many of us fans are able to name the majority if not all of them easily), but I believe species recognition should work somewhat similarly in the Pokemon world as it does in real life. If a species is rare in a region or isn’t native to a region at all, it would make sense that it could be a person’s first time learning of its existence.

Instead, we lazily seem to just assume all people in the Pokemon world are able to recognize all Pokemon right off the bat. Even if they recognize them, it’s not often they are surprised if it’s not a species they’ve ever seen in person before.

I think that in the roleplaying community, it could spice things up just a smidge if our characters were occasionally surprised by the sight of certain species or uncertain about what to call some species. Reacting to a character’s Pokemon with, “What is THAT thing?” or “Oh, you have one of those giant Water-type Bugs!” could spark some more entertaining dialogue and material to write. It makes it feel more realistic, which I am personally always a fan of doing in my writing!

taintedvirus  asked:

Out of all the designs you've done for Jwittz's alola and mega forms, which from each category would you say you had the most fun coming up with and liked Tue most? In my opinion Alola Clefable was just beautiful, and I loved the Mega Flygon.

Thanks! My favorite from the Mega Evolution designs was Lunatone because I had to come up with what sorts of design changes for it would reflect its change in type to part Fairy, and giving it pretty clouds and a more opalescent color scheme was nice, but my favorite part was adding the bunny ears crater to its eye - giving it a reference real world folklore (tsuki no usagi)!

My favorite of the Alolan designs was definitely Clefable. Alolan forms are such a cool concept because Pokemon physically change based on environmental factors (and human interference). So I had to figure out what sort of changes like that would affect Clefable. My thought was, “lunar rainbows are such a fairy tale-like phenomenon, I wonder if they occur in Hawaii anywhere?” I learned that Hawaii is actually one of the more well-known places to view them, so basing Clefable’s Alolan counterpart around that was rather fitting! 

Mega Raichu

Its form is unstable, making its power output fluctuate wildly. Sometimes its body transforms into pure plasma without meaning to.

All of its muscles can output electricity at the same time. When it runs, it leaves a trail scorched by electricity.

Type: Electric
Ability: Master Spark (If this Pokemon is at full HP, its Electric-type moves have their priority increased by 1.)
Stats:
HP 60
ATK 110 (+20)
DEF 75 (+20)
SPA 110 (+20)
SPD 80
SPE 150 (+40)
BST 585
New Moves: Belly Drum, Electrify, Extreme Speed, Play Rough

Raichu was really hard! Cute things in general is hard for me.

anonymous asked:

Jirachi and Mega Absol fusion?

Mega Jirasol?

While Absol will warn people of disasters, those who wish disaster on humanity seek out this Pokemon. While in its mega form, the disasters it creates can be devastating towns and less so to cities.

After the pokedex

As we whittle down the few pokemon left in the pokedex, this account will have a new Schedule for posts
- Pokemon Forms (should be around 40-60 different forms, including megas/primals/forms) (should last around 10-15 days)
- Pokemon memes (about 1 month)
- Shiny Dex? (if I did shiny dex, it would last about 4-5 months)
- Favorite Pokemon Moves?(should last 1 month)
- Favorite Pokemon Items?  (should last 2-3 months)

this is basically the whole next year planned out. 
After pokedex ends
- Pokemon Forms (10 -15 days)
- Pokemon Memes (about 1 month)
- Favorite Pokemon Moves (1 month)
- Favorite Pokemon Items (2 months)
- Pokedex Update (from USUM)
- Pokemon Memes (1-2 month)
- Possibly Shiny Dex in about 7 months from now ( 4-5 months)
I will update the pokedex site to each pokemon soon. Just been busy a lot lately. I will try to do 30 a day next week and knock out most of it then. 


Thanks for supporting this account <3

As I’m waiting for Tri to be uploaded elsewhere online (I don’t have a Crunchyroll account.), here’s the poster for Symbiosis/Kyosei. Things don’t look too good, with Meicoomon in her Mega form, and Tailmon/Gatomon having become Ophanimon: Fallout Mode. It’s also somewhat ominous that we can’t see Hikari’s face. Perhaps she’s been corrupted or something pissed her off enough to trigger that dark Digivolution?

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Top Twelve Favorite Uranium Pokemon

After I posted my review of Uranium, I felt bad because I don’t think I highlighted the good fakemon enough and spent a lot of time discussing the bad ones. So I wanted to show off some of the coolest ones I ran across in the game. This favorites list is based on the design and concept of the pokemon and not necessarily their stats or abilities.

Apologies for a few of these pics looking a bit janky and weird, I need to still evolve/catch those in my save game before taking proper screencaps.

1.) Linkite

Pretty sure this is my favorite fakemon of the whole game. It has simple, striking imagery. It’s clearly a ghost-type based on the Substitute doll; the idea behind it is that it is the spirit of a pokemon that died while in its pokeball. It’s a dark idea without going too overboard, and it’s quite creepy and disturbing and just darn clever. Wanted to use in my playthrough but stats are super-bad and only way it can evolve is via trading, which I couldn’t do with my copy of the game at the time.

2.) Metalynx

While I do not care for the look of the Water and Fire starters, nor do I think much of Metalynx’s pre-evolution, I feel Metalynx itself is an excellent design. It’s unqiue and creative, and looks quite badass, and it served me well in my playthrough. I have noted elsewhere I think the floral pattern on his back looks a bit out-of-place and silly (I assume it was an attempt to tie in the whole ‘he’s a grass type, really!’ thing) but that’s my only little nitpick. The Mega form is quite nice too. 

3.) Nucleon

The pokemon itself is very overpowered with its ability (Atomizate, like Pixelate but with Nuclear typing) + Hyper Voice, especially with a choice scarf, so it can actually be pretty boring to use. I’m also a bit miffed I didn’t teach my Eevee Shadow Ball before it evolved into Nucleon, because in terms of non-Normal/Nuclear Special moves, Shadow Ball really is the best. But Nucleon can’t learn it, only Eevee can. I had to stick with flippin’ Hidden Power. 

Anyway! Point is, the design is very beautiful. 

4.) Gargryph

l really love the concept behind this poke. When you visit the town you get one from, there are these statues all over the place and only later do you discover they’re alive. They’re obviously based on gargoyles, (or a ‘grotesque’ if you wanna be pedantic) specifically one that looks like a griffin. It’s actually really surprising Pokemon has never had anything resembling a griffin before. That’s a shame, because they’re really cool mythical beasts. This pokemon has a cool Ability called Rebuild, which restores a little HP if it wasn’t hit by an attack that turn. It complements a walling-pokemon style very nicely, especially one with Protect that carries Leftovers to maximize that recovery. 

Unfortunately, this guy’s only good stat is its physical defense. Being a pure Rock type, it’s weak to so many special attacks it’s pretty damn difficult to use it effectively. But I still like the idea behind it as a walling/support poke, even if I could never get it to work. The sprite looks surprisingly really nice, too! One of the best in the game.

5.) Navighast

This is a Ghost/Fighting type, based on undead/cursed pirates. My first impression (its pre-evos are Swabone and Skelerogue) was that it looked too similar to Cubone/Marowak. And there are indeed strong similarities. But as it evolves it becomes more and more unique from that, and the idea behind it is different and really cool. The game features a rivalry between sea-faring ninjas and pirates, so some of the pokemon reflect that theme, this being the pirate-side of things. And who couldn’t love a pirate-themed pokemon? Besides, the typing combo is admittedly very fun.

6.) Firoke

This game has three lines of bug types that are closely related and become entwined in a truly awesome subplot. Obviously you can guess this is right up my alley– that subplot was my favorite part of the game. Of the three elemental bug lines, I would say Smore/Firoke ended up with the best design. It’s also quite exciting to have a Fire/Bug type (only one of those in real pokemon), and a red ant is perfect for that. Its sprite is also the least weird-looking of the bugs and actually quite decent.

7.) Stenowatt

It be an electric raptor. What more do I need to say? :P I love the color combination and the design. Also feathered dinos make me happy.

8.) Empirilla

This game includes some fan-made evolutions of real pokemon. This ‘lil fellah is actually pretty neat, and prob. my favorite of the evolutions from real pokes. I never much liked Primeape, and Empirilla looks way neater to me, so it’s an improvement in my mind. It also relates back to the original designs well.

9.) Baaschaf

This black sheep is perhaps understated in its strength, as the design is nothing extreme or dramatic. Rather, it’s just a very solid design. It fits into the pokemon universe well, and differentiates itself just fine from Mareep’s line. 

10.) Raffiti

So, yes, this is absolutely a Smeargle clone. But that’s OK because it’s BETTER than Smeargle’s design, which I never liked, haha. Also its stats are better than Smeargle’s, too. Plus it’s pure Dark type! That’s pretty neat.

11.) Geigeroach

Obviously my bug bias is clear here. But, c’mon. Nuclear cockroach. I would have been gravely disappointed if such a thing wasn’t included in the game. I should point out the thing is nigh impossible to actually use in battle; dual Something/Nuclear types always carry a buttload of x2 and x4 weaknesses, due to the nature of Nuclear typing, and if you combine that with a type that already has a lot of weaknesses, it’s only making it worse. Its stats are also poopy. So, yeah, you ain’t using this guy. But DANG DUDE the design is cool.

12.) Lavent

The stats are underwhelming, but I appreciate that this one’s based off geothermal vents and giant tube worms. An area that was just begging for a pokemon, honestly!

Honorable Mentions:

These are pokemon you can receive as eggs, either from an NPC or from the local Pokemon Professor for dex progress. I’m only placing them as HMs because I didn’t know about them until post-game, but they really are among the coolest designs.

Gellin

This thing reminds me so much of an Ultra Beast. (I’m pretty sure these were designed well before Sun/Moon was a thing.) After all, Ultra Beasts look … super weird and not like typical pokemon at all. It’s really damn hard to define exactly what an Ultra Beast looks like. But that *point* that thing does. It also has a weird unexpected type combo the way a lot of Ultra Beasts do– this one is Grass/Electric. 

Luxelong & Oblivicorn

The Dragon/Fairy Luxelong and the Fairy unicorn line that can lead to the Normal Kiricorn or the Dark Oblivicorn are both damn cool, and it’s kind of a shame I didn’t know about them until it was too late. I guess it’s motivation for the post-game, if I get around to it!

Mega Bellossom

A dense undergrowth forms wherever it treads, growing even through cobblestone to blanket the area. This proves to be a nuisance in the concrete jungle.

It loves to dance with its hoop in tow. Only with fire-forged friends it dares to share the hoop as a token of friendship.

Type: Grass
Ability: Grassy Surge
Stats:
HP 75
ATK 95 (+15)
DEF 110 (+15)
SPA 100 (+10)
SPD 150 (+50)
SPE 60 (+10)
BST 590
New Moves: Powder

Bonus Bellossom!

UltraSun and UltraMoon hopes:

-More styles of clothes and alternate hair/eye colors. As trainer customization was included in the original SM, it’s a given that it’ll be returning in USUM.

-An actual place to money-grind in the postgame, a la the Chateau or Triner Rematches in ORAS.

-It to feature more of its own story than just be an alternate take on the original, like Emerald and Platinum were. That said, it did seem we went to a few new locations (Like that Pikachu spot) and might be fighting a Totem Lycanroc and Togedemaru? And possibly Totem Mimikyu in another location? It’s not really much to go on tho…)

-….Will we get, like, alternate character roles, like maybe have Gladion side with Aether, or have him be your travel buddy instead of Lillie? IDEK how thew plan on doing this. I mean, it’s pretty much confirmed with the black, crystalline transformations of Solgaleo and Lunala that Necrozma is gonna get featured somewhere? Will it get its own pre-ev like Cosmog?

-More Alola formes or Mega Evolutions.

-Zygarde to get more of a role, since even Necrozma now (KINDA) has its own game. Please give our poor snake dragon some more love. Even if its a postgame role.