CAP 23 - Part 13 - Pokedex Submissions

#26
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Pajantom
the Subconscious pokémon

Sun: When attacked, this pokémon falls asleep. Its subconscience then manifests in the form of a shadowy dragon and defends the sleeping mon.

Moon: Although it is very friendly when awake, its subconscience is secretly examining it's surroundings and forming battle strategies.

Ultra Sun: While Pajantom is sleeping, its subconcsience may come out and cause havok. When it wakes up, it gets attacked by disgruntled pokémon that were previously terrorized by it.

Ultra Moon: A young Pajantom will seek out herds of Pluffle to help it sleep. In return, its subconscience vigorously defends the herd from attackers.
 
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Pajantom, the Lucid Pokémon

Sun: Even when fully grown, Pajantom is small and weak. However, when asleep, its own dreamy counterpart enters the real world.

Moon: It creates a ghostly form of what it wishes to be. However, this takes up so much energy that its true body is constantly asleep.

Ultra Sun: The bigger body, which is formed by the smaller body's dreams, is both lighter than air while dense enough to be opaque.

Ultra Moon: When it falls asleep, it can summon a nightmarish and powerful version of itself. A Pajantom that is awake is extremely vulnerable.

EDIT: Moon entry was 3 words too long, fixed it.
 
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#28
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Pajantom, the Slumbering Dragon Pokémon

Sun: Pajantom is the complete opposite of the common trope, "to awaken the sleeping dragon within", as when it sleeps its true potential is unlocked.

Moon: Its astral projection is known to send violent chills and mysterious illnesses to anyone and anything it contacts.

Ultra Sun: Pajantom traps small Pokémon by imprisoning them in their own nightmares. After becoming bored toying with its prey, it promtly devours them.

Ultra Moon: Pajantom and Kerfluffle commonly work together in battle - Kerfluffle lulls foes to sleep, while Pajamtom invades their dreams.


Notes:
So each entry plays on several aspects of Pajantom. The Sun entry plays on not only its species name, but to point out the irony that is the existence of Pajantom in regards to the common " sleeping dragon" trope.

The Moon entry plays homage to not only the general signs of a supernatural visit, but also to the variety of Ice and Poison moves in its arsenal.

Its Ultra Sun entry gets very dark, and points to its trapping capabilities and fits with the "cruel/evil/vile" entries that Gen 7 mons have. (And also their tendancy to talk about feeding)

Finally its Ultra Moon entry references Kerfluffle, another CAP that has its design roots in slumber.
 
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#29
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Pajamtom, the Slumbering Dragon Pokémon

Sun: Pajamtom is the complete opposite of the common trope, "to awaken the sleeping dragon within", as when it sleeps its true potential is unlocked.

Moon: Its astral projection is known to send violent chills and mysterious illnesses to anyone and anything it contacts.

Ultra Sun: Pajamtom traps small Pokémon by imprisoning them in their own nightmares. After becoming bored toying with its prey, it promtly devours them.

Ultra Moon: Pajamtom and Kerfluffle commonly work together in battle - Kerfluffle lulls foes to sleep, while Pajamtom invades their dreams.


Notes:
So each entry plays on several aspects of Pajamtom. The Sun entry plays on not only its species name, but to point out the irony that is the existence of Pajamtom in regards to the common " sleeping dragon" trope.

The Moon entry plays homage to not only the general signs of a supernatural visit, but also to the variety of Ice and Poison moves in its arsenal.

Its Ultra Sun entry gets very dark, and points to its trapping capabilities and fits with the "cruel/evil/vile" entries that Gen 7 mons have. (And also their tendancy to talk about feeding)

Finally its Ultra Moon entry references Kerfluffle, another CAP that has its design roots in slumber.
Nice entries! But one thing: The CAP's name is Pajantom, not Pajamtom. Keep that in mind when making the final submissions since it'd be a shame if you'd be disqualified just because you misspell the name.
 
#31
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Pajantom
, the Dream Spirit Pokémon

Sun: Pajantom produces a special mist from its cap, which then forms into what's known as a Dream Spirit. Its appearance changes with its mood.

Moon: It is highly debated on whether this Pokémon is actually always asleep, or if it's only pretending to be.

Ultra Sun: The projection it makes grows its entire life, rumors saying it can grow larger than a house. It disappears when Pajantom enters deep sleep, however.

Ultra Moon: People used to make special dream catchers, believing that it would prevent Pajantom from stealing their life force while they slept through the night.

Edit: Replaced Sun entry, edited the other 3.
 
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#32
W.I.P.

Pajantom
, the Dreaming Pokemon

Sun: Few people have seen it awake with its eyes open, whenever it falls asleep it summons a nightmare dragon to fight.

Moon: Whenever Pajantom is awoken during its deep sleep, the nightmare dragon goes back into its cap and will throw a temper tantrum.

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Ultra Sun: While weak and frail when it's awake, it can summon the nightmare dragon when its asleep due to its night cap.

Ultra Moon: The nightmare dragon is very aggressive and if something gets eaten by it, only the bones of the prey remain in Pajantom's cap.
 
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#33
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Pajantom
, the Dreaming Pokemon

Sun: Few people have seen it awake with its eyes open, it is a very sleepy Pokemon with a magical hat like object on its head that can summon a nightmarish dragon at will whenever it falls asleep, it can use this to its advantage.

Moon: Whenever Pajantom is awoken during its deep sleep, the nightmare dragon goes back into its cap and will throw a temper tantrum at the person that woke it, doing this will have it be very hard to calm down unless if a Jigglypuff or any Pokemon with sing can sing it to sleep.

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Ultra Sun: While weak and frail when it's awake, it can summon the nightmare dragon when its asleep, this is due to its night cap thing on its head that it uses allows it to summon the dragon.

Ultra Moon: The nightmare dragon is very aggressive and can summon bed bug like creatures when using Infestation or use Rocket Fingers for Spirit Shackle, if you get eaten by the dragon, you can see what it uses for its moves for trapping but you need to escape quickly or else the nightmare dragon will digest you with only the bones remaining. This however does not effect Pajantom in anyway aside from the nightmare dragon putting the remains of the digested creature in its cap.
Hey buddy just so you're aware there is a 25 word maximum limit. Please make sure you read the original post on the rules before posting.
 
#34
Adding USUM entries.

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Pajantom
, the Dreaming Pokemon

Sun: Pajantom dreams up simple traps to catch smaller Pokemon and make them be its friends. It then becomes confused when its new friends seem scared.

Moon: Asleep or awake, with or without their spectre, Pajantom constantly act as though they have the form and thought of an innocent child.

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Ultra Sun: It is common for people to mistake the draconic spectre Pajantom sleeps on for the real Pokemon.

Ultra Moon: This Pokemon seems to be aware that its dreams affect reality around it. Whether Pajantom knows just how it affects reality remains to be seen.
 
#35
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Pajantom, The Projection Pokemon

Sun: While dreaming, it often gets nightmares that disrupt its sleep. it falls back asleep shortly after.

Moon: Pajantom sometimes lay their almost weightless bodies over their trainers, engulfing them with their dreams.

Ultra Sun: If you attempt to forcefully wake it up, its ghastly projection will lash out at you with fury.

Ultra Moon: Its dream dragon regularly goes on rampages. this, however, causes the small dragon pain.
 
#36
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Pajantom, The Dreamer Pokemon

Sun: In groups, the leader is determined by which of the smaller pokemon has the most interesting dream.

Moon: Pajantom comunicate with each other through the dreams of the smaller pokemon.

U Sun: It is belived that the smaller pokemon is a child to the larger pokemon, as the larger pokemon is very protective of it.

U Moon: When separated from its counterpart, the smaller pokemon will cry uncontrollably untill reuinited with the larger pokemon.
 
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U Sun: It is belived that the smaller pokemon is a child to the larger pokemon, as the larger pokemon is very protective of it.

U Moon: When separated from its counterpart, the smaller pokemon will cry uncontrollably untill reuinited with the larger pokemon.
But the nightmare dragon is from the night cap of the baby dragon and only appears when the baby dragon is asleep
 

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#38
Yeah, this thread has been open two weeks, and we're over the server move. You may now post Final Submissions.

This is also a 48 Hour Warning to get those subbed.

Make sure to read and follow all the thread rules, format properly (not more than 25 words in an entry, correct bold and spacing, etc.) Don't just copy someone above you and assume they have the right formatting.
 
#39
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Deep Sleep Pokémon

Sun: Pajantom have an innate love of battle that is belied by their small bodies. They use their own dreams to augment their fighting prowess.

Moon: Pajantom are experts at falling asleep on command. Using awakening items on them is considered to be an outrageous betrayal of trust.

Ultra Sun: Scientists who studied Pajantom initially noted how the larger form carries the smaller form and incorrectly hypothesized that it shares a genetic ancestor with Kangaskhan.

Ultra Moon: The gas that makes up Pajantom's dream body is slightly lighter than air, though it is somehow dense enough to be opaque.
 
#40
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Haunting Specter Pokémon

Sun: Pajantom are very intellectual and realize the fear associated with their specter; at times they use the opposing Pokémon's fear of the specter as defense.

Moon: Stronger Pajantom can handle weaker Pokémon without using their spectral form, but many times lazily summon it anyway.

Ultra Sun: Pajantom are known to accidentally spook themselves from time to time in the early hours of the morning.

Ultra Moon: Pajantom live the world through their spectral form; they see themselves as fierce dragons and often forget their outward appearance.
 
#41
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Daydreaming Pokemon

Sun: Pajantom is said to be able to turn dreams into reality, though, they aren't able to use this power to it's fullest potential.

Moon: This friendly Pokémon often shows up in children's dreams to play with them, but the dragon spectre is usually a little too scary for kids.

Ultra Sun: Pajantom gets outraged if woken up, its instinct is scratching anything on it's way, but it needs to be asleep to summon the dragon spectre.

Ultra Moon: As Pajantom rarely wakes up, it occasionally has to dream about eating something in order to avoid hunger.
 
#42
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Dreamer Pokémon

Sun: The specter's behavior is dependent on the baby dragon's dreams. If it is having a nightmare, the specter becomes violent and hard to control.

Moon: Young Pajantom aspire of becoming as strong as other Dragon-type Pokémon. This causes the baby dragon's dreams to manifest into physical form.
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Ultra Sun: Trainers who try to capture Pokémon that Pajantom are friends with have disappeared for years, trapped inside an eternal nightmare.

Ultra Moon: Pajantom's specter is made entirely out of gaseous materials. Scientists have found evidence that the gases are similar to Musharna's Dream Mist.
 
#43
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Lucid Pokémon

Sun: Even when fully grown, Pajantom is small and weak. However, when asleep, its own dreamy counterpart enters the real world.

Moon: It creates a ghostly form of what it wishes to be. However, this takes up so much energy that its true body is always asleep.

Ultra Sun: The bigger body, which is formed by the smaller body's dreams, is both lighter than air while dense enough to be opaque.

Ultra Moon: When it falls asleep, it can summon a nightmarish and powerful version of itself. A Pajantom that is awake is extremely vulnerable.
 
#44
Final Submission

Pajantom
the Subconscious pokémon

Sun: When attacked, this pokémon falls asleep. Its subconscience then manifests in the form of a shadowy dragon and defends the sleeping mon.

Moon: Although it is very friendly when awake, its subconscience is secretly examining it's surroundings and forming battle strategies.

Ultra Sun: While Pajantom is sleeping, its subconcsience may come out and cause havok. When it wakes up, it gets attacked by disgruntled pokémon that were previously terrorized by it.

Ultra Moon: A young Pajantom will seek out herds of Pluffle to help it sleep. In return, its subconscience vigorously defends the herd from attackers.
 
#45
Final Submission

Pajantom
, the Big Dreams Pokemon

Sun: Pajantom dreams up simple traps to catch smaller Pokemon and make them be its friends. It then becomes confused when its new friends are scared.

Moon: Asleep or awake, with or without its spectre, Pajantom constantly acts and plays as though it has the form and thought of an innocent child.

Ultra Sun: It is common for people to mistake the draconic spectre this Pokemon sleeps on for the real Pajantom.

Ultra Moon: This Pokemon seems to be aware that its dreams affect reality. Whether Pajantom is aware of the existence of its spectre remains to be seen.
 
#46
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Dreaming Pokémon

Sun: While frail, when asleep Pajantom can control a nightmarish dream dragon by projecting its sleeping subconscious. It fights by falling asleep at record breaking speeds.

Moon: Pajantom's dreamy projection holds great power, which it trains by dueling with wild Kerfluffle. After a long day of training, they usually doze off together.

Ultra Sun: It is said a Pajantom's projection's appearance is what they dream of being. They attack with child-like glee, overjoyed at their dreams coming true.

Ultra Moon: Pajantom are always drowsy and will nap erratically, sometimes in the middle of doing something, but will always finish the action using their dreams.
 
#47
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Dreaming Pokemon

Sun: Few people have seen it awake with its eyes open, whenever it falls asleep it summons a nightmare dragon to fight.

Moon: Whenever Pajantom is awoken during its deep sleep, the nightmare dragon goes back into its cap and will throw a temper tantrum.

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Ultra Sun: While weak and frail when it's awake, it can summon the nightmare dragon when its asleep due to its night cap.

Ultra Moon: The nightmare dragon is very aggressive and if something gets eaten by it, only the bones of the prey remain in Pajantom's cap.
 
#48
Final Submission

Pajantom,
the Subconcious Pokemon

Sun: Despite this Pokemon's childish looks, it is has just as much draconic rage as a Salamence. The projection is simply that rage manifesting in sleep.

Moon: This carnivore is incredibly lazy- It only wakes up to feed on prey that its manifest dreams had slain.

Ultra Sun: Pajantom commands huge amounts of respect from other wild Pokemon, lest they anger it and bring out the bad dreams.

Ultra Moon: Children are warned to not approach this Pokemon lest it fall asleep- It has no qualms about attacking humans when dreaming of destruction.
 
#49
Final Submission

Pajantom, the Slumbering Dragon Pokémon

Sun: Pajantom is the complete opposite of the common trope, "to awaken the sleeping dragon within", as when it sleeps its true potential is unlocked.

Moon: The astral projection originating from its nightcap is known to send violent chills and mysterious illnesses to anyone and anything it contacts.

Ultra Sun: Pajantom traps small Pokémon by imprisoning them in their own nightmares. After becoming bored with toying with its prey, it promptly devours their dreams.

Ultra Moon: Pajantom and Kerfluffle commonly work together in battle - Kerfluffle lulls foes to sleep, while Pajamtom invades their dreams.
 
#50
W.I.P.

Pajantom, the Drowsing Pokemon

Sun: The wispy illusion Pajantom conjures once it falls asleep is rumored to be the souls of wandering spirits that take the form of whatever Pajantom is thinking in its dreams.

Moon: Once Pajantom is fast asleep, it creates a ghostly spirit that shields it from harm. When it is threatened, it will trap and strangle prey that tries to harm it until they stop breathing.

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Ultra Sun: The gaseous form taken by the illusion Pajantom creates is what Pajantom wants to become. In folklore, this spirit is said to be able to view into the future and warn Pajantom of events before they happen.

Ultra Moon: Despite being quite friendly towards humans, the guardian Pajantom projects is threatening to humans and will harm any that try to go near it. Children are warned not to wander into fields in fear of spotting a sleeping Pajantom.

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Sun entry is to justify Whirlpool, Sand Tomb, Brave Bird, etc. as well as its Ghost-typing, Moon is to reinforce the trapping theme it has and to add the spooky tone some ghost-types have, Ultra Sun is to add the C R U C I A L lore Reiga developed super early on in CAP23's development iirc, and Ultra Moon is to showcase how despite trying to protect Pajantom, dreamgon can be a bit violent for creatures that don't even try to harm Pajantom. Also this entry + Moon's entry is somewhat unsettling once you figure out what happens to the humans if Pajantom attacks...

Drowsing Pokemon's classification is present in a lot of sleeping Pokemon - namely Musharna and Komala.
 
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