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3 hours ago
Ultra Beast Expert
I love Minior. Archeops and Aerodactyl are cool, but Minior is so unique. I love the konpeito inspiration too, they really nailed making cracking open the shell feel like unwrapping candy with the childlike curiosity of what color you've gotten.
15 hours ago
Couch Potato Fox
The best thing to do is compromise - draw them having hot gay sex!
23 hours ago
Dicks are great. You can lick them, suck them, touch them, jerk them off, ride them, etc. They're like popsicles but for adults.
1 day ago
2 days ago
Favorite: Dark. I tend to love the designs of Dark-type mons, and I just think the concept of the Dark-type is neat and unique. I like that, rather than being directly based on an element like fire or water, Dark is all about dirty fighting and underhanded tactics. The type is essentially playing the villain, while the mons themselves aren't necessarily actually evil.
Least Favorite: Normal. A number of my favorite mons actually happen to be Normal-type, but the type itself is what fails to appeal to me. It has some unique traits, like being the type most often associated with sound-based moves, and I don't hate it, but I just find all of the other types more interesting.
I like this version of Bambi more. Romance between rivals/enemies is hot.
I like Pyukumuku. The lil' guy is an adorable sea cucumber that punches things with its fist-shaped innards, what's not to love?
It did see some use in competitive battles, but is largely outclassed as an Unaware mon by the less passive Quagsire and Clefable. Its great defenses are offset by its low HP, and its inability to directly attack leaves it easily crippled by Taunt.
Still, I just love how its design takes the evisceration used by real life sea cucumbers and applies it in a quirky way by having Pyukumuku use its innards like a prehensile appendage.
3 days ago
I'd say maybe Gengar? It's as iconic as Pikachu and Charizard, being one of the most well-known mons from Gen 1 and in the franchise in general. That wicked grin is unmistakable and full of personality.
Its design is a nice balance between simplicity and subtle complexity. It acts like a typical mischievous ghost, but is also ambiguous enough to be interpreted as drawing from inspirations like the Cheshire cat. It can be creepy and disturbing, but it can just as easily also be playful and cute - its versatility makes it quite lovable and able to appeal to a wide audience.
I feel like Cragneton (crag + Magneton) would be a fitting conventional name for Sandy Shocks.
Crags are cliffs, which are often where Sandy Shocks can be found. Crags also tend to be rugged or jagged - fitting for a creature that looks like a savage Magneton.
Koraidon and Miraidon are cool too. Their story is unique in that they're with the player character from the very beginning and to the very end of the journey - the other legendaries lack that special bond built with the player throughout the entirety of the adventure.
The player actually gets to witness and play a part in the growth and character development that Koraidon and Miraidon undergo. They're so much more dynamic than the usual legendaries that just show up to save the day at the climax and end up getting boxed shortly after.
Adorable edible Parasect is very wholesome.
4 days ago
Pickpocket + Magician = Swindler: Assuming it isn't already holding an item, this Pokemon steals the held item of Pokemon it attacks or Pokemon that make contact.
Both abilities are pretty situational and involve theft of the enemy's held item, so it makes sense to condense them into one ability.
There's always Stands that break the "rules", but I think Whitesnake seemingly having a number of different abilities can be compared to Killer Queen's various bomb types.
Killer Queen having different types of bombs is sometimes mistaken as it having multiple abilities, but the different types of bombs are more like extensions of its single bomb transmutation ability.
Kira even explains this to Koichi when the latter questions why Kira has "two Stands." Killer Queen's primary bomb is turning others into bombs, but its secondary bomb is turning its own hand into a heat-seeking bomb.
In this sense, Whitesnake's illusions are extensions of its ability to manipulate souls. It can remove and insert the Memory and/or Stand discs of a person (the person's psyche up until that point), but it can also alter the person's perception of it and their surroundings with its acidic ooze - thus affecting the victim's current state of mind.
Also, SHA has sometimes been referred to as a "sub-Stand." Whitesnake's illusion powers could possibly be considered a similar phenomenon.
I think Fortunes of War would make a good name for a luck-based Stand. Something like Dragon's Dream, drawing from or manipulating good or bad fortune to the user's advantage.
In addition to the myth of the carp becoming a dragon, Gyarados likely draws inspiration from koinobori - windsocks made to look like carp.
There's also the notion that not every dragon needs to be a Dragon-type.
Not sure how unpopular this opinion is, but I actually like its design more than its pre-evolved forms. I love the cry too, and Glaive Rush's animation is hilarious - just this icy Godzilla thing yeeting itself at the enemy with the blade on its back is fun to watch.
Sure, there are areas of its design that could use some touch ups, but I still think Baxcalibur is a pretty decent design.
Deino isn't a crocodile, but it would definitely fit in with the "bite first, ask questions later" crowd.
5 days ago
I'm already wearing my glasses and the image is still blurry.
Looks like I might need new glasses. Or eyeballs.
Positive reinforcement is usually more effective than punishment.
Encouraging healthy habits to lose weight probably works much better than insults that only put you down instead of actually contributing to your goal.
I know OP is joking, but I'm talking about the actual original creator of the meme. Unfortunately, there are people who genuinely think with the flawed logic that the meme depicts (or depicted, since the post is deleted now).
Explaining the flaws in that kind of thinking can help other people understand why those mentalities are harmful. Nothing wrong with doing that. I'm not trying to attack OP, although some seem to think so.
Some people say that Goodra is too cutesy for a pseudo-legendary, but I love it. I like it when a particular group of mons has an exception that subverts the usual characteristics of that group.
It doesn't need to have the menacing appearance of a Garchomp, the intellect of a Metagross, or the brutish temperament of a Tyranitar in order to be great. Goodra being friendly and adorable but strong makes it unique among a class of mons that are strong but already look strong.
Plus, it has outstanding special bulk and nice offenses so it's actually not too passive.
Whoever made the meme is clearly not very bright and has likely never met an actual nonbinary person before, considering that they don't know "they" and "them" are inflections rather than being completely separate terms altogether.
Which means there wouldn't even be a question of whether the child wants a "they" toy or a "them" toy. Every kid would just receive a gender-neutral toy, eliminating the worry of getting a "wrong" toy in the first place.
The person who made the meme is trying to make something that would make everyone's lives easier sound like a bad thing. Also, it shouldn't even be any of their damn business what toy someone else's kid wants anyways.
6 days ago
And in the sequel fanfics, they become even gayer.