I really like this pokemon. The clash of the bright and dark colors of Red and Blue go great together. I really like how this is a fire/water type pokemon :DThat was quite the nerve-wracking poll haha XD
Since my flask homunculus lost, it goes into my fakedex project instead lol
480 BST only cuz derpy standalone mon :P
Thanks for the support on my entry :)
I still remember your art submission, miririri.
have i told anyone the reason i didn't even want to vote for the octopus is because it's obviously an octillery
Multitype? On a Mega? I'll let you think that one out again.Ooh, NO Mega Pyroak please! Unless it balances its physical attack with special attack, and loses Rock Head, then keep it a non Mega.
That thing is deadly if using it in a pair with a Speed passer like Blaziken.
Keep in mind MegaScylant retains Tail Glow and quite possibly Mountaineer. I wouldn't want to face that thing.
Mega Voodoom and Mega Necturna would be interesting. I'd like to see what kinds of changes Voodoom would get as a Mega (Regenerator instead of Lightningrod ims). This could make it work even better with other Regenerators (Slowbro and MegaVoodoom).
MegaNecturna, maybe given a higher special attack and an ability like Multitype would be beast.
The original egg pool contained such moves as Toxic Spikes, Spikes, Wish, Pursuit, Sucker Punch, and the like, which at the time basically necessitated Smeargle to be a part of its breeding chain. Hence the Field egg group. This was changed at the end of DPP by the movepool revisions.Something was in my mind regarding Breezi and Fidgit: Why does their Egg Group consist of mono Field, if that's usually a group dedicated to mammals, lizards, snakes, and grounded birds? Could someone retcon it as a combination of Field / Bug, since both of them are spiders? I just don't get how a spider can breed with mammals, some reptiles, and grounded birds, but not other arthropods.
Putting a bunch of random FE CAPs in the game is a really bad idea. As cool as wild Pyroak would be, there's zero reason to even have that in the game. Sure you get stuff like Trevenant on Route 20, but there's a reason for that--the only other way to get Trevenant is by trade, and Trevenant is super weak compared to pretty much every CAP. Just look at the other encounters on the route--specifically, the most common, Jigglypuff. Super Rod stuff is fine but you certainly should not be able to just fish up Volkraken. At least, it shouldn't be common.On a side note, where would you place the CAPs to be encountered in the wild in Kalos?
For me Frost Cavern (Horde)
Syclant: Frost Cavern
Revenankh: Victory Road
Flarelm: Kalos Route 20 (Horde)
Pyroak: Kalos Route 20
Breezi: Kalos Route 8
Rebble: Glittering Cave, Reflection Cave
Privatyke: Ambrette Town, Kalos Route 8, Cyllage City, Shalour City, Kalos Route 12, Azure Bay (Surf)
Nohface: Reflection Cave
Monohm: Kalos Route 8
Colosshale: Kalos Route 12 (Surf)
Protowatt: Ambrette Town, Kalos Route 8, Cyllage City, Shalour City, Kalos Route 12, Azure Bay (Good Rod)
Krilowatt: Ambrette Town, Kalos Route 8, Cyllage City, Shalour City, Kalos Route 12, Azure Bay (Super Rod)
Voodoll: Lost Hotel (Trash Can)
Voodoom: Lost Hotel, Pokemon Village (Trash Can)
Scratchet: Kalos Route 10
Necturine: Kalos Route 20 (Horde)
Necturna: Kalos Route 20
Mollux: Kalos Route 19
Cupra: Kalos Route 6
Brattler: Kalos Route 20 (Horde)
Malaconda: Kalos Route 20
Cawdet: Kalos Route 8 (Horde)
Volkraken Pre-evo: Shalour City (Good Rod)
Volkraken: Shalour City (Super Rod)