CAP 25 - Part 10 - CAP 25f Name Submissions--OPEN FOR FINAL SUBMISSIONS

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Vulkalisk

combination of Vulkan the Roman god of fire and a basilisk which the design seems based off of

Ponounced- VulK-Ah-Lis-K
 
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Chateclast

Chameleon + Pyrotechnic (related to fireworks, also works with ability) + Pyroclastic [Flows] (dangerous avalanches of burning ash) (Final result somewhat resembles Cataclysm, as a volcanic eruption is)

Pronounced: CAT - ECK - CLAST
 
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Magmander


Magma (the obvious pick for Fire/Ground, being literally heat-molten rock) + Salamander (Fiery mythological lizard, as well as a type of generic lizard resembling the design)

Pronounced: mug-MAHN-der
 

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Basaltisk

Pronunciation: BA-sul-tisk
IPA: <ˈbæsɪlɪsk>

Combining the words "basalt", volcanic matter, and "basilisk", the lizard monster, gets you a Pokemon's name that is simple like a starter's. However, unlike my other two subs, mispronouncing it makes it sound weird. BA-sul-tisk sounds much better than ba-SAL-tisk.
 

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Iguaneous

"Iguana"+"Igneous"

Pronounced: ih-GWAH-nee-uhs
Exactly what I was thinking! Back to the drawing board.

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Skinkano

Skink + Volcano

Skink-a-noh

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Magmonitor


Magma + Monitor

Mag-moh-nee-torr

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Geysaur


Geyser + Saur

Guy - Sore
 
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Velavaraptor

Velociraptor +Lava.

Turfuel

Turf + Fuel. I like this one better. Turf is a synonym for ground, and fuel is one element of the fire triangle required for fire to actually take place.
 
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Lizarid

A combination of "lizard" and "arid", a dry, rainless climate.

Pronounced: "Liz-air-id"
IPA: lizerəd
 

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Magmoloch

"Magma" + "Moloch"

Pronounced: "Mag - Mol - Och"

One thing we don't get locally are lizards. Borrowed a friend from the antipodes for this one :P
(It's not as if Greninja's "Gre" makes much sense...)

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Vesuviguana

"Vesuvius" + "Iguana"

Pronounced: "Veh - Soo - Vee - Guar - Na"

Starter names do enjoy being ridiculously complex. A simple portmanteau of our favourite volcano, and a reasonably close lizard.
 

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Komartiisan

Komatiite lava [lava that erupts at the highest temperatures] + Komodo + Artisan [skilled technical worker]

Pronounced: Kom-art-eeze-an
IPA: kəˈmɑːtɪzan
 
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One thing we don't get locally are lizards. Borrowed a friend from the antipodes for this one :P
(It's not as if Greninja's "Gre" makes much sense...)
Actually that stems from 'grenouille' which is the French word for frog, especially given that Kalos is the European region in general. At least as far as I know, lol.

Also I admit to thinking of Iguana + Igneous, rip

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Scorchelos

Comes from 'scorch' and the genus 'chelosania' - host to the Chameleon dragon, a species of lizard native to Australia. Also it sounds pretty epic, at least to me. :)
 
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Igneleon

"igneous" + "chameleon"

Pronounced: "ig-NEE-lee-uhn"
IPA: ɪɡniːliːʊn

It's a volcano-based chameleon, and igneous rock is strongly associated with volcanoes.
 
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Inphryno

"inferno" + "phrynosoma"
Phrynosoma (horned lizards) is a species of lizards that tend to live in arid climates like deserts.

Pronounced: "in-fre-no"
IPA: ɪnˈfrɛnːnəʊ

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Meltilisk
"melt" + "basilisk"

Pronounced: "mel-TEA-lisk"
IPA: mɛltɪ.lɪsk

Might use molt for my final submission, can't decide yet
 
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Lavalisk

From "lava" + "basilisk"; bonus points for alliteration

Pronunciation: LAH-vuh-lihsk

Well, shoot: just looked it up and "Lavalisk" is a World of Warcraft creature.
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Basaltrice

From "basalt" + "cockatrice"

Pronounced bah-SAUL-trihs or BAH-saul-trihs
 
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Caldera

pronounced "kɒlˈdeərə", which is the crater left by an eruption on the top of the volcano.
 

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Clastodon

"Clastic" + "Mastodon"

Pronounced: CLAS-tuh-don

Clastic: n. denoting rocks composed of broken pieces of older rocks. Also see "pyroclastic flow", the fast moving discharge of superheated gas from a volcanic eruption.
 
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