Ht: 1’ 0"
Wt: 3 lbs
Abilities: Levitate, Magic Bounce
Mirraunt are ghost Pokemon who are trapped inside of a mirror, but do not understand their plight. Due to this, Mirraunt are friendly Pokemon who are fascinated with the living, frequently playing jokes on them. Mirraunt’s favorite prank is to cause someone’s reflection to do the opposite of what they are actually doing. A Mirraunt has been known to go on doing this for several days before revealing it’s true identity.
Mirraunt is a haunted mirror. It’s name is a combination of “mirror” and “haunt”.
… at level 26, Mirraunt evolves into …
Cursed Mirror Pokemon
Ht: 2’ 3"
Wt: 15 lbs
Abilities: Levitate, Magic Bounce
Replenant are ghost Pokemon who slowly siphon off the life force of those who gaze into it. Replenant show the user what it wants to see, making them appear younger, more beautiful, thinner, or whatever else their heart desires. While the amount of life force Replenant steals is apparently small, it’s unclear if it knows it is doing it or simply trying to be kind to the user.
Replenant is a cursed mirror. It’s name is a combination of “replicate” and “revenant”, which is a type of undead.
… at level 45, Replenant evolves into …
Ht: 7’ 3"
Wt: 90 lbs
Abilities: Magic Bounce, Cursed Body, Sturdy
Dopplescare are wicked and cruel Pokemon who are obsessed with feeding off the vitality of humans. Able to appear as a large and ornate mirror, Dopplescare will stay in a home for decades, draining those who look at it. This process rapidly ages the victim until they eventually pass away. Once discovered, Dopplescare will not simply flee, but will instead unleash it’s claws and teeth, attacking all who know it’s true intentions.
Dopplescare is a large haunted mirror. It’s name is a combination of “doppleganger” and “scare”.
Dark: Crunch, Torment, Flatter, Nasty Plot, Foul Play, Topsy-Turvy
Ghost: Confuse Ray, Curse, Shadow Sneak, Phantom Force, Astonish, Shadow Claw
Ice: Icicle Spear
Steel: Flash Cannon
Normal: Razor Wind, Cut, Double Edge, Bide, Glare, Sharpen
Psychic: Hypnosis, Reflect
The next few won’t have names for the safety of my friends.
The Hidden Demeanor Pokèmon, is very friendly but has an attitude but it gets very angry quite rarely. It also has a soft spot for young children and young Pokèmon.
Moveset: Low Kick, Dragon Breath, Bite (fast)
Outrage, Dynamic Punch, Night Slash, Fire Blast, Solar Beam, Zap Cannon (charged)
Legacy: Close Combat (4/29/2019)
Added: Sucker Punch (fast), X-Scissor, Focus Blast, Thunderbolt, Blizzard (charged) (4/29/2019)
Shadow Ball, Draco Meteor (5/1/2019), Moonblast, Flame Charge (6/9/2019)
So a quite decent pokemon.
Fossil Pokemon #3 in my dex …
By using the Dorsal Fossil, trainers can obtain …
Rock Shark Pokemon
Ht: 6’ 0"
Wt: 200 lbs
Abilities: Anger Point, Rough Skin
Sharklet were aggressive predators who were unafraid to take a bite out of anything. Even if not hungry, Sharklet would routinely eat. In some cases, it is believed that a Sharklet would eat itself to death by consuming way more than it could hold. Even if a far larger Pokemon crossed it’s path, a Sharklet would attempt to take a bite out of it.
Sharklet is based off of a juvenile Megalodon. Their name is a combination of “shark” and “gullet”.
… at level 40, Sharklet evolves into …
Mega Shark Pokemon
Ht: 37’ 5"
Wt: 950 lbs
Abilities: Anger Point, Rough Skin, Intimidate
The undisputed king of the ocean in their time, Predalodon ruled the sea with no competition. No longer able to eat itself to death like their pre-evolutions, Predalodon spent their entire existence hunting and eating anything that moved. Quick and cunning despite it’s colossal size, this shark-like Pokemon was the most feared predator for thousands of years. Due to their aggressive nature, however, not many of them lived long since they had no problem also attacking each other. This made them a very rare encounter and also potentially led to their extinction.
Predalodon is based off a prehistoric megalodon. It’s name is a combination of “predator” and “megalodon”. At just under 38’ feet long and 1,000 pounds, Predalodon is one of the largest Pokemon in any dex.
Dark: Bite, Crunch
Ice: Ice Fang
Normal: Guillotine, Slam, Headbutt, Focus Energy, Bide, Glare, Hyper Fang
Rock: Accelrock, Smack Down, Head Smash, Rock Blast, Rock Polish
Water: Clamp, Whirlpool, Dive, Hydro Cannon, Water Pulse, Aqua Tail
Ht: 2’ 6"
Wt: 110 lbs
Abilities: Serene Grace, Oblivious
Buogong spend their entire lives floating on top of large bodies of water, basking in the sun and waiting for plankton and other food to come their way. When another Pokemon touches it’s tail, they receive a jolt of electricity that is not strong enough to hurt them, but is enough to keep them away. This prevents many predators from bothering Buogong. It is a common past time for those who live near them to push them with sticks, causing them to bounce off of each other.
Buogong is loosely based off of a dugong mixed with a buoy. It’s name is a combination of “buoy” and “dugong”.
… at level 34, Buogong evolves into …
Ht: 6’ 3"
Wt: 340 lbs
Abilities: Serene Grace, Oblivious, Lightning Rod
Manawatt is an aquatic Pokemon that live in small groups, never leaving their home territory. Much like their pre-evolutions, Manawatt spend their entire existence floating on top of large bodies of water. Though they are capable of diving below if need be, Manawatt rarely do so. The antennae on their spines are highly sensitive and a mere touch will send out a powerful surge of electricity. At night, it is a common site to see flashes of light in the water where several Manawatt are running into each other.
Manawatt is based on a manatee. It’s name is a combination of “manatee” and “watt”.
Electric: Thunder Shock, Thunder Bolt, Thunder Wave, Thunder, Charge, Shockwave, Nuzzle
Normal: Tackle, Body Slam, Flail, Belly Drum, Tail Slap
Water: Bubble Beam, Bubble, Rain Dance, Hydro Cannon, Muddy Water, Aqua Tail, Water Sport
I like this one he looks cartoony
119 shared so far, with plenty to go.
- Water - 27
- Bug - 22
- Grass - 18
- Rock - 15
- Ghost - 13
- Ice - 11
- Normal, Fire, Dark - 10
- Flying - 9
- Steel, Fairy - 8
- Ground, Poison, Fighting - 7
- Psychic, Dragon, Electric - 6
Ht: 3’ 0"
Wt: 20 lbs
Abilities: Levitate, Limber
Playful and seemingly innocent, Harghast are actually very dangerous Pokemon, despite their apparent good intentions. Harghast like to play with children and will laugh and call them in hopes that they will follow them into corn mazes, crops, and forests to chase after them. Staying just out of reach, Harghast will playfully beckon their pursuer. The Harghast is rarely ever caught though and will go on luring them away for eternity. It is said that in some remote regions, children are always warned to never follow a Harghast as they will never be seen again.
Harghast is a small floating scarecrow. It’s name is a combination of “harvest” and “ghast”, which is a type of ghost.
… at level 35, Harghast evolves into …
Ht: 7’ 1"
Wt: 75 lbs
Abilities: Levitate, Limber, Sturdy
Legend has it that the reason no one returns from following a Harghast is because they will eventually be attacked by a Scaregrow. It is unclear whether or not that is because the Harghast evolves or if there is simply a Scaregrow waiting at the end and the pair are working in unison. Either way, Scaregrow are malicious ghost Pokemon with a special hatred for the living. Never seen in the wild, trainers who have evolved a Harghast all agree that Scaregrow have a lot of hatred for their trainers and are difficult to keep.
Scaregrow is a large scarecrow. It’s name is a combination of “scare” and “scarecrow”. It is also a play on the term scarecrow.
Dark: Dark Pulse
Ghost: Phantom Force, Hex, Grudge, Shadow Ball, Ominous Wind, Shadow Claw, Nightmare
Grass: Sleep Powder, Vine Whip, Leech Seed, Razor Leaf, Poison Powder, Needle Arm, Magical Leaf
Normal: Razor Wind, Leer, Bide, Spike Cannon, Scary Face, Nature Power
Psychic: Psycho Cut
This is based on my kitten, Charlese, so yea, les’go.
Charlese, the Angry Kitten Pokemon, seems very sweet but is very vicious. Studies have shown it is closely related to the following Pokemon: Glameow, Purugly, Meowth, and Persian (both forms, but more towards the Alolan form)
Attacks: Scratch, Bite, Dragon Tail, Shadow Claw (fast)
Foul Play, Night Slash, Play Rough, Dragon Claw, Dragon Pulse, Shadow Sneak, Body Slam (charged)
Legacy: Flamethrower, Fire Fang (4/29/2019)
this is a higher everything Gengar pretty much.
Keep posting. I like not being the only one.
Grass/Dragon (Pseudo Legendary)
This is based of of one of my friends, so no name.
(person), the Teenager Pokemon, is very nice and mean.
Fairy/Fighting (yes, this is the one i promised a while back)
Moves: Take Down, Sucker Punch, Karate Chop, Counter (fast)
Dynamic Punch, Close Combat, Play Rough, Outrage, Thunder Punch, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, Power-Up Punch, Fire Blast (charged)
Cute Punch (signature move, charged, Fairy, will describe in a sec)
Added: Dark Pulse (charged, 4/29/2019)
Cute Punch is Fairy type Charge move that is 3 bar charged move with 75 damage.
This would be a VERY powerful pokemon, but would have to be Fighting type moveset, along with Outrage or Cute Punch.
My first to only have one gender (female) and have a signature move.
@VanHooIII you should take all the screenshots and send them to Gamefreak. (Via email)
I wish. Designing Pokemon that would actually be used in a game would be amazing. lol
I drew all of these today:
Grass/Dragon (Pseudo Legendary)
… just need to color them, then sort out abilities, moves, and stats.
Hyper busy lately. Haven’t forgotten about this though!
Also, forgot to mention, my pokemon now have Legacy and new Moves starting 4/29/2019
(friend), the Little Girl Pokemon (we have a strong bond, ok?) has a very upbeat personality and has little fears.
Attacks: Air Slash, Extrasensory, Quick Attack (fast)
Aerial Ace, Disarming Voice, Psychic, Aurora Beam (Charged)
Crushing Hug (charged, signature, will describe)
Crushing Hug is a Fairy Type move that does 110 Damage.
Maybe more attacks in the future?