I decided to get in on this cross breeding thang. My best bet, seeing an Eevee/Slakoth hybrid. That’ll do it. I went with Sylveon because RIBBONS. I originally wanted to do ten but didn’t have the time. Runner ups were Slakoth, Gengar, Mienshao and Aurorus. Draw them for me.
In honor of @dailyshinycutiefly following Scout decided she wanted to give Klutz and Blush a relaxing date on the ocean. Unfortunately Scout doesnt know that other pokemon have different interpretations of whats relaxing.
“I’ve recently decided to make a series of posts with hypothetical
thinking and analyzing of what Pokémon species could potentially be found in
the world’s biomes. Not at all relative to the games, I will be focusing
primarily of the elements, design, and relativity to real life flora and fauna
of Pokémon to depict where different species would roam on our big blue
Before I start, I want to thank each and every one
of you for all of your support, but more specifically, your patience. I’m sorry
it has been some time since I’ve written anything, but now that my exams are
over, I have more time to concentrate on these posts. For the twelfth Pokémon
in our biomes, I will be focusing on beaches
and coasts, specifically terrestrial or semi-aquatic species that thrive near
large bodies of water, but prefer to live on land or in shallow pools.
Now that we’ve
covered quite a few species, the remaining biome posts may have a bit more of a
concentrated list. I imagine this post will be like that. Although there are
arguably quite a few possible candidates, only a few species in my opinion
would be suited for mainly coastal life. Beaches and tidal pools as you can
imagine, can be very warm, hot, and sunny environments, however several coastal
regions are very rocky, cold, and stormy. Species that survive on coasts or
beaches generally have specific adaptations pertaining to their respective
temperatures, food sources, terrain, etc.
Beaches can be a nice, and relaxing get-away, where soothing waves calm
each nerve, but moreover, less tropical coastlines, like the ones on the west
coasts of North America and Europe, tend to be very violent with huge winds and
waves crashing on the rocks. Although it may seem impossible, life is
sustainable in these environments, and I imagine there would be some Pokémon
that would survive there if they were real.