Pokémon of the Week: Eevee

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Here are the previous ‘Pokémon of the Week’ winners!

I apologize for not posting ‘Pokémon of the Week’ last week. Just been busy with life and all of its hazards.

This week’s ‘Pokémon of the Week’ is Eevee, which was suggested by mk109 (check out their blog!).

Eevee is the Evolution Pokémon; apropos.

Eevee is the Evolution Pokémon; apropos. (Source)

Eevee is a unique Pokémon for eight reasons, but we’ll get to that in a minute.  Eevee is a normal type Pokémon, which means it has a weakness to fighting type moves, and an immunity to ghost type moves. It can learn a slew of normal type moves, which are not that great of moves. Even Eevee’s egg moves are subpar at best moves, but the moves Eevee can use are not important to Eevee at all. Eevee is a cute little Pokémon that would make a tremendous pet in the Pokémon universe or ours.

What is unique about Eevee, other than the aforementioned eight reasons, is that (up until Generation Five) you could not catch an Eevee in the wild – Castelia Park Black 2 & White 2. Eevee can normally only be ‘found’ as a gift, bought at the game corner in Gold and Silver (and their remakes), or bred from Eevee (or its evolutions). In Generation six, Eevee can be found in the wild on route 10. I made sure to snag one before I moved on in the game!

Here is a brief description of Eevee from Bulbapedia:

Eevee is a mammalian, quadruped creature with primarily brown fur. The tip of its bushy tail and its large furry collar are cream-colored. It has short, slender legs with three small toes and a pink paw pad on each foot. Eevee has brown eyes, long pointed ears, and a small black nose. This Pokémon is rarely found in the wild, and is mostly only found in cities and towns. However, Eevee is said to have an irregularly shaped genetic structure that allows it to adapt to many different kinds of environments. Eventually, Eevee may evolve to better suit its surroundings. According toPokémon Mystery Dungeon, Eevee has a naive personality. This means that it is childlike, playful, and friendly.

‘Eevee may evolve to better suit its surroundings.’ Hmm. Guess I should not hold it off any longer considering it is the most important part of Eevee. Eevee can evolve into eight different Pokémon, by far more than any other Pokémon. Each evolution is unique as well. Here are Eevee’s eight possible evolutions and how it evolves into that particular Pokémon (from Bulbapedia):

  • Vaporeon when exposed to a Water Stone.
  • Jolteon when exposed to a Thunder Stone.
  • Flareon when exposed to a Fire Stone.
  • Espeon when leveled up with high friendship during the daytime, includingmorning (Generation II onward, excludes areas with a Moss Rock or Ice Rock), or when leveled up with a Sun Shard in the Bag.
  • Umbreon when leveled up with high friendship during the nighttime (Generation IIonward, excludes areas with a Moss Rock or Ice Rock), or when leveled up with a Moon Shard in the Bag.
  • Leafeon when leveled up near a Moss Rock (Generation IV onward).
  • Glaceon when leveled up near an Ice Rock (Generation IV onward).
  • Sylveon when leveled up with a Fairy-type move and 2 Affection hearts inPokémon-Amie (Generation VI onward, excludes areas with a Moss Rock or Ice Rock).
Visual representation on what it takes to evolve Eevee into all of its evolutions

Visual representation on what it takes to evolve Eevee into all of its evolutions from Bulbapedia.

Each evolution is a single type , and the only types remaining to become an ‘Eeveelution’ are:

  • Fighting
  • Flying
  • Poison
  • Ground
  • Rock
  • Bug
  • Ghost
  • Steel
  • Dragon
  • And technically an Eeveelution that is Normal (think of just a bigger Eevee if this were to happen)
  • It is not a type, but there is not a ‘Mega Evolution’ of Eevee (or any of its evolutions)

With the reveal of Sylveon (fairy type), many Pokémon fans speculated that there would be another new Eeveelution that would be paired with Sylveon since Eeveelutions (aside from the original three) came in pairs. Alas, Sylveon is the only Eeveelution in Generation Six and is the only new evolution for a previous generation Pokémon!

As usual I include artwork from deviantArt and remember it is all their credit. This week its The-pink-vodka (CHECK OUT THEIR PAGE!) with an adorable painting of Eevee and Pikachu!

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(Also check out my buds Sablei’s blog and mk109’s blog)

If you have any requests for Pokémon of the Week that have not been used let please let me know in the comments section!

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Pokémon of the Week: Mew!

Here are the previous ‘Pokémon of the Week’ recipients.

As suggested by my friend Sablei (check out their blog!), the Pokémon of the week this week is none other than Mew!

Mew is known as the 'New Species' Pokémon, and is genderless. (Source)

Mew is known as the ‘New Species’ Pokémon, and is genderless. (Source)

Mew is a legendary psychic type, and is a standalone Pokémon (this is standard with nearly all legendary Pokémon, aside from Manaphy and Phione). It shares a relation with Mewtwo, but not through any ‘evolution’ method; rather DNA taken from Mew (no one ever explains how the Team Rocket scientists get the DNA, though; Per Sabelei: ‘You said it is unknown where Team Rocket got Mew’s DNA but it was stated in the first movie that they found Mew’s eyelash when in Africa’) was used to create a clone of Mew so that Team Rocket could harness the power from Mew to take over the regions of Kanto and Johto. Instead Team Rocket got one really angry Mewtwo, and Mewtwo was rightfully angry.

It has never been officially confirmed by Game Freak, but there is a fan theory out there that Ditto are actually failed Mew clones! This is how the theory goes (from Fantendo):

  1. They are both pink. Although this does not prove much, it is possible that when Mew was being cloned in the creation of Mewtwo that the same color of Mew was necessary to make the Mewtwo-in-creation. Their shiny forms also both happen to be blue.
  2. They both know transform, and can technically both learn any move. It is possible that Mewtwo was supposed to know transform to make a successful clone. However, the real Mewtwo does not know Transform.
  3. They both weigh the same: 8.8 lbs. To make a successful clone, perhaps it was necessary for the two to weigh the same.
  4. Ditto’s appearance of a scientific blob – Ditto appears to have been man-made. However, there are more than one Ditto, speculating that it may reproduce asexually.
  5. Mewtwo’s Bio – Mewtwo was said to be the only successful copy of Mew, speculating that Ditto may be a failed clone.
  6. Ditto in the Pokémon Mansion. In Pokémon Yellow, the wild Pokémon roster for the burned out Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island (where Mewtwo was implied to have been created) was updated to feature Ditto, speculating that Ditto may have been created in the Mansion as well. This change was carried over to Fire Red and Leaf Green, the remakes of the original Pokémon Red and Blue.
  7. Mew is said to contain the DNA of every single Pokemon, while Ditto can essentially breed with every single Pokémon (with very few exceptions outside of legendary Pokémon).
  8. Both Mew and Ditto have base stats that are the same in every category. Mew has 100 base in each stat, while Ditto has 48 base. The failed cloning process may have resulted in such diminished stats.

Quite intriguing and it seems plausible, but remember the above does not whatsoever mean that Ditto are failed Mew clones. It’s just a fan theory, though a solid one.

This is a Mew from Lucaro and the Mystery of Mew! What a happy little guy. (Source)

This is a Mew from Lucaro and the Mystery of Mew! What a happy little guy. (Source)

Mew is unique in the sense that it can learn any TM, or HM, and any move from a move tutors (minus moves specific to a type like Draco Meteor), and is the only Pokémon other than Ditto that can learn Transform (as mentioned above). Mew is supposedly the ancestor to all Pokémon, which is why it can learn nearly every move in the Pokémon world. With it being Psychic type, it is super effective against fighting and poison types, but is weak to bug, dark, and ghost types. The rationale behind those three weakness are that they are common things the mind is afraid of, or to put it simply they’re common phobias – which is a mental (which is psychic type represents, mostly) feature.

Here’s a brief summary of Mew’s biological makeup:

Mew is a pink, bipedal Pokémon with mammalian features. Its snout is short and wide and it has triangular ears and large, blue eyes. It has three-fingered paws, large feet with oval markings on the soles, and a long, thin tail ending in an ovoid tip. Its hair is so fine and thin, it can only be seen under a microscope. It has a long, skinny tail ending with a rounded tip. Mew has big hind legs and short arms with three-fingered paws. Mew is said to have the DNA of every single Pokémon contained within its body, and as such is able to learn any attack.

I am unsure if Mew will get a mega evolution like it’s clone, but I would not be surprised if it did since most popular Pokémon are getting mega evolutions – some look good, some look bad. There have been zero rumors around Mew getting a mega evolution, however.

As always I will include some art from deviantArt and as always, all the credit goes to the artist and you should donate to them if you can! This week’s artist is aocom (CHECK OUT THEIR AWESOME ART!) and it’s a very cute picture.

The ancestor of Pokémon is such a cutie, isn't it? (Source)

The ancestor of Pokémon is such a cutie, isn’t it? (Source)

And that wraps ‘er up right there! Next week Eevee will be featured!

If you have any suggestions for the week after that please let me know in the comments! Also, let your Pokémon friends know about these weekly posts and have them follow!

Pokémon of the Week: Mewtwo!

Here are previous ‘Pokémon of the Week.’

THERE ARE SPOILERS IN THIS POST. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

In honor of the night before the official release of Pokémon X/Y I figured that the Pokémon with the richest backstory deserves some recognition on here. Also, Mewtwo got some sick mega evolutions!

Here is the Mewtwo that every knows, even the people that stopped playing Pokémon. (Source: Bulbapedia)

Here is the Mewtwo that every knows, even the people that stopped playing Pokémon. (Source: Bulbapedia)

Mewtwo is the third Pokémon from Generation 1 to be ‘Pokémon of the Week’ (Pikachu; Charizard), and only the second Legendary to be ‘Pokémon of the Week’ (Darkrai). I apologize if I come across as a ‘Genwunner,’ but I swear I am not! I just believe the Pokémon I have selected from Generation 1 are very important to the universe of Pokémon.

Mewtwo is a standalone Pokémon (in the traditional evolution sense) and is Psychic type Pokémon. Mewtwo is always a very high leveled Pokémon, unless hacked, so it adds to the immense power that Mewtwo has and exudes. It is weak to Dark-Type, Ghost-Type, and Bug-Type attacks, and is super effective against Fighting-Type and Poison-Type.

Here is Mewtwo’s backstory right from Bulbapedia:

According to the scientific logs found in the Pokémon Mansion of Cinnabar Island, Mewtwo was born of a pregnant Mew, found deep in the jungles of Guyana, whose embryo had been tampered with to alter its DNA. It was held and studied in the mansion where the scientists, including Blaine and Mr. Fuji, performed horrific gene-splicing experiments that made it vicious and extremely powerful. It eventually broke free of the Mansion, destroying it in the process, and fled. It can be encountered in Cerulean Cave, accessible only after a Trainer has proven his or her skill at the Indigo Plateau.

There is a longer explanation about Mewtwo and it’s back story but this will suffice for a short summary. It’s always humorous when Pokémon refers real world places (Guyana).

Still, though, Mewtwo’s life is one that came with a lot of unnecessary pain and anguish. I always felt horrible for Mewtwo, and wanted to be it’s friend so terribly. Alas, Mewtwo is just a sprite (sad face).

Mewtwo is being reignited in Generation Six with two mega evolutions.

Here is a quick explanation on how Mega Evolution works.

This is Mewtwo - X. It is Psychic/Fighting. (Photo Credit: Bulbapedia)

This is Mewtwo – X. It is Psychic/Fighting. (Photo Credit: Bulbapedia)

Mewtwo X can only be found in Pokémon X (go figure, huh?) and looks more like the original Mewtwo. Several Pokémon fans speculate that this Mewtwo Megalution is more genetically modified than the other, continuing the process of making Mewtwo stronger through science. The attack stat is boosted for Mewtwo X.

This is Mewtwo - Y. It is pure psychic type. (Photo Credit: Bulbapedia)

This is Mewtwo – Y. It is pure psychic type. (Photo Credit: Bulbapedia)

Here is Mewtwo Y. Unlike the other Megalution, this one does get an extra typing, but gets a boost in special attack. As speculated with the other Megalution, this Mewtwo Y seems to look more like Mew (what scientists were trying to create through cloning) and more ‘natural’ in the Pokémon world.

As I do every week I present an artist’s work from deviantArt on the ‘Pokémon of the Week’ and as always IT’S THEIR WORK – THEY DESERVE ALL CREDIT. This week’s artist is purplekecleon (check out their page!) and this picture gives a softer side to Mewtwo.

This is the least menacing I've ever seen Mewtwo! So cute. (Source: purplekecleon)

This is the least menacing I’ve ever seen Mewtwo! So cute. (Source: purplekecleon)

Well that’s it for today’s Pokémon post! I hope you had a great time reading it. Let me know of your opinion on Mewtwo or it’s Megalutions! Can’t wait to play X/Y tomorrow.

Pokémon of the Week: Darkrai!

Here are the previous ‘Pokémon of the Week.’

The first legendary Pokémon to be ‘Pokémon of the Week’ is Darkrai, the Pitch-Black Pokémon. It is, also, my favorite legendary throughout the years, so I had to fit Darkrai into ‘Pokémon of the Week’ eventually.

Photo Credit: Bulbapedia. Darkrai only has one ability, Bad Dreams, which causes damage every turn for opponents that are asleep.

Photo Credit: Bulbapedia. Darkrai only has one ability, Bad Dreams, which causes damage every turn for opponents that are asleep.

As a dark type Pokémon Darkrai has an immunity to psychic types, as well as a resistant to ghost type and other dark type moves, but with weaknesses to fighting types and bug types (I believe fairy type is super effective as well come Sixth Generation). All other types do regular damage to Darkrai.

I always wondered why Darkrai wasn’t part ghost type because of the ominous feel to Darkrai, as well as Darkrai’s abilites involving nightmares. Darkrai also floats around in the anime and the game, though in the movie The Rise of Darkrai Darkrai is shown to have very long, slender legs. That just seems ghost like to me, but that’s just me. It being mono dark type is completely fine with me.

Darkrai better be obtainable in X & Y because I missed the previous events. Rumor has it (and it’s only a rumor) that nearly all Pokémon will be obtainable in X & Y (combined), which is incredible. Too many Pokémon in one route, however, can bog down the game and make catch rates extremely low for some Pokémon.

Darkrai has the highest base special attack power of all dark types, and ties with Weavile for highest base speed, which makes Darkrai an extremely formidable opponent and ally. Legendaries with this power are forbidden from competitive play because of their overall dominance – everyone would just use the legendaries and that’s no fun.

Every week I present artwork from someone on deviantArt, and as always, THIS IS THEIR WORK NOT MINE! This week’s work is from Uniformshark (check out their work!) and is called ‘Darkrai The Guardian.’

Darkrai_the_Guardian_by_Kakashi_kun

This is a haunting picture. Ever wonder if Darkrai is in pain too because of the nightmares that it causes?

Have a good weekend and thank you for reading this post. Spread the word if you have friends that love Pokémon, or music (which is what I mainly blog about).

Pokémon of the Week: Ditto!

Here are the previous ‘Pokémon of the Week.’

This week’s winner is the loveable. malleable goo: Ditto!

Such a happy little goo! (Source: Bulbapedia)

Such a happy little goo! Known as the ‘Transform Pokémon’ – go figure. (Source: Bulbapedia)

Ditto is a Generation 1 normal type Pokémon and is a standalone Pokémon. Though Normal types have a weakness to fighting type moves, Ditto is unlike any other Pokémon (aside from Mew, but I’ll get to that) because Ditto has a move called ‘Transform.’ As you can discern from it’s name, Transform transforms Ditto into whatever Pokémon it is facing (or directly across from in double and triple battles) – Ditto, though, has a hidden ability known as ‘Imposter’ that will transform Ditto immediately upon entering a battle. After transformation Ditto will have the exact moveset and typing as the opponent it transformed into; for example, facing a Squirtle and Ditto transforms into a Squirtle would cause it to become water type.

Ditto also will copy the opponents base stats, but I am unsure if it fully copies the base stat totals or if only 3/4 of the stats – any information on this would be helpful. Nonetheless, Ditto becomes formidable or not – it all depends on the opponent!

In the Pokémon fandom, there has always been this rumor, or myth, that Ditto is actually the failed experiments to clone Mew (which eventually led to Mewtwo when the cloning became successful). Here is an excerpt from ‘Fantendo’ on the Ditto/Mew Myth:

  • They are both pink. Although this does not prove much, it is possible that when Mew was being cloned in the creation of Mewtwo that the same color of Mew was necessary to make the Mewtwo-in-creation. Their shiny forms also both happen to be blue.
  • They both know transform, and can technically both learn any move. It is possible that Mewtwo was supposed to know transform to make a successful clone. However, the real Mewtwo does not know Transform.
  • They both weigh the same: 8.8 lbs. To make a successful clone, perhaps it was necessary for the two to weigh the same.
  • Ditto’s appearance of a scientific blob – Ditto appears to have been man-made. However, there are more than one Ditto, speculating that it may reproduce asexually.
  • Mewtwo’s Bio – Mewtwo was said to be the only successful copy of Mew, speculating that Ditto may be a failed clone.
  • Ditto in the Pokémon Mansion. In Pokémon Yellow, the wild Pokémon roster for the burned out Pokémon Mansion on Cinnabar Island (where Mewtwo was implied to have been created) was updated to feature Ditto, speculating that Ditto may have been created in the Mansion as well. This change was carried over to Fire Red and Leaf Green, the remakes of the original Pokémon Red and Blue.
  • Mew is said to contain the DNA of every single Pokemon, while Ditto can essentially breed with every single Pokémon (with very few exceptions outside of legendary Pokémon).
  • Both Mew and Ditto have base stats that are the same in every category. Mew has 100 base in each stat, while Ditto has 48 base. The failed cloning process may have resulted in such diminished stats.

It could be true, but very rarely does GameFreak reveal much about anything from the Pokémon Universe.  It is essentially up to the fan to decide what is true and what is not; that’s a good and bad thing because it allows for creativity, but it never allows for an exact answer.

Ditto is quite the interesting goo, no?

As always I put in a deviantArt piece from a talented artist, this week it’s ShendDaFlashPRo (CHECK OUT THEIR PAGE!) – all credit goes to ShengDaFlashPRo!

Fantastic work.

Fantastic work.

What Pokémon do you think deserves to be ‘Pokémon of the Week’ next week?

Pokémon of the Week: Lotad!

Here are the other Pokémon of the Week!

Lotad is the first Generation 3 Pokémon to be ‘Pokémon of the Week!’

This is a rather mean looking Lotad, don't you think?

This is a rather mean looking Lotad, don’t you think?

Lotad is the ‘Water Weed Pokémon’ (it’s little ‘hat’ is a lily pad!) and the first stage in an evolution line.  At level 14 it evolves into Lombre, then when exposed to a water stone it evolves into it’s final form: Ludicolo! The entire Lotad line is typed as Water/Grass, which is a rather helpful typing.  The only weakness the Lotad line faces are: Bug Type, Flying Type, and Poison Type; the Lotad line resists the following types: Ground Type, Steel Type, and Water Type.

Fun Fact: The Lotad line has a unique typing – meaning that no other Pokémon have that typing.

 

Brock's Lotad (pictured above) is a friendly, but rather daft Pokémon.

Brock’s Lotad (pictured above) is a friendly, but rather daft Pokémon. Not all Lotad are like Brock’s, but Brock’s Lotad is irreplaceable.

Since Lotad is the first stage in it’s evolution line, it is not used for end game battling, but is a great pickup early on in the Generation 3 games.  It’s finally form, Ludicolo, is great for rain teams.  Hopefully Lotad makes an appearance in Generation 6.

Lotad are generally kind Pokémon that travel in packs, and hang around watery areas; specifically, inland lakes or large ponds.  It is unknown if Lotad are carnivores, herbivores, or omnivores, but, like other Pokémon, Lotad enjoy poffins and special Pokémon food.

Like every week, here is a fan made picture of ‘The Pokémon of the Week!’  This week’s picture is by DragginCat – Check out their work! And as always, all credit goes to the artist.

Such a serene, yet derpy Pokémon. I love this drawing.

Such a serene, yet derpy Pokémon. I love this drawing.

What Pokémon do you want to be next for ‘Pokémon of the Week!’?

Let me know in the comments!

Ten Pokémon I’m Not Too Fond Of

I’d like to preface this post by saying I don’t hate any particular Pokémon at all, there are just some that I like much more than others. These are just ten that I would likely never train in the games, or if they were real. Heh, I sound crazy hoping they were real. I will also not be including any Gen 6 Pokémon, or their forms.

Here are the ten Pokémon I’m not too fond of:

10. Zangoose

Gen 3 Normal Pokémon.

Gen 3 Normal Pokémon.

I’ve never been fond of the ‘Cat Ferret’ Pokémon, which is clearly just a mongoose.  It’s very bland in design and strikes me as a menacing creature.  There are menacing Pokémon I adore, but this one just makes me cringe every time I look at it.  And it’s normal type, which I’m not partial to at all.

9. Wigglytuff

Gen 1 Normal Type.

Gen 1 Normal Pokémon.

Here’s another normal type (soon to be at least part Fairy) that I haven’t been too keen on, even back when I was playing Red, Blue, and Yellow.  It’s very creepy looking with it’s oblong body, and it’s creepy rabbit ears.  Oh and those despicable eyes on this creature.  I don’t think I’ve ever willingly caught one of these, unless I needed it for dex purposes.  I don’t know many people that do like to use Wigglytuff.

8. Granbull

Gen 2 Normal Pokémon.

Gen 2 Normal Pokémon.

If you couldn’t tell, I’m not fond whatsoever of normal types.  Sorry if you are.  Here is Granbull the ‘Fairy’ Pokémon is it’s species, which makes many fans believe it will get the Fairy type when Gen 6 releases in October.  To me, it’s just that I’m not fond of it because it doesn’t really play a role in the video games, or the anime.  I don’t think I’ve seen Granbull, or its pre-evolution Snubbull, anywhere in the Gen 5 games. Maybe it’s because I’m not looking for them, but still I’d rather not have one.

7. Hariyama

Gen 3 Fighting Pokémon.

Gen 3 Fighting Pokémon.

Finally not a normal type!

There’s just something about Hariyama’s design that doesn’t appeal to me whatsoever.  I know that it’s relatively useful in game, but it’s just not a Pokémon I would want to have, or be caught having. It’s rather grotesque – okay now I’m going a little too far.  I just don’t like Hariyama.

6. Grumpig

Gen 3 Psychic Pokémon

Gen 3 Psychic Pokémon.

Man, where do I begin with Grumpig?  It’s just a very ugly psychic pig to me. It’s literally a pig with a different coloration, really springy tail, and three black orbs on it’s body.  Sure, and I guess, it’s bipedal, most pigs aren’t.  I actually thoroughly enjoy Spoink’s (Grumpig’s pre-evo) design and mechanics, but Grumpig is bland to me and doesn’t really scream Psychic type to me at all. I’ve always thought it should be Dark, or even Dark/Psychic.

5. Klinklang

Gen 5 Steel Pokémon.

Gen 5 Steel Pokémon.

The first Gen 5 Pokémon on this list, and man do I have a lot of issues with this entire Pokémon line, but I’ll stick with just it’s final evolution. It’s actually a good Pokémon when it comes to battling, because of the move gear grind and incredible attack/defense stats. Yet I just don’t get how it’s a Pokémon because there are no creature like features to it.  You can argue the little gear with a mouth and an eyeball open is where it’s brain is located and where it would eat, but I’ve never seen a Klinklang eat in the anime, so it’s just speculation really.

4. Probopass

Gen 4 Rock/Steel Pokémon.

Gen 4 Rock/Steel Pokémon.

My main issue with Probopass is the typing it received: Rock/Steel.  I can gather from Nosepass that it should be rock because it’s found in mountains, and it looks like carved stone (rock).  But what I don’t understand is how does Probopass not get the typing of Rock/Psychic? I realize that it doesn’t learn any psychic offensive moves, nor does any of it’s abilities lead one to believe that it’s psychic, but other than it being called the ‘Compass Pokémon’ where does one gather that it should be part steel?  Probopass just looks psychic to me and I don’t know why; possibly because it can levitate in the anime? (Yes I know anime canon = / = video game canon)

3. Palkia

Gen 4 Water/Dragon Legendary Pokémon.

Gen 4 Water/Dragon Legendary Pokémon.

Whaaaat? How can I dislike a legendary?

Simple.  The elongated neck, and appearance of fins are peculiar to me (I get it that it’s part fish).  The coloration of Palkia is also drab and just ‘meh’ to me. If it wasn’t for size and me knowing Palkia is a legendary, I would just see it as a weird Pokémon that I wouldn’t want.

2. Vespiquen

Gen 4 Bug/Flying Pokémon.

Gen 4 Bug/Flying Pokémon.

This just isn’t what I would expect from a queen bee Pokémon.  It’s rather fragile (mainly because of typing though), and it’s moveset is so dreadfully limited.  The design isn’t that superb and it’s just not something I would ever really want in my party.

 

DRUM ROLL PLEASE

 

Here is the Pokémon I am least fond of:

 

1. Exeggcute

Gen 1 Grass/Psychic Pokémon.

Gen 1 Grass/Psychic Pokémon.

These six eggs equal one Pokémon and it’s never been really explained.  I mean it’s a Pokémon because I’ve always known it to be one and I never really questioned GameFreak’s designs until much later on down the road. Even as a kid, though, I would never use Exeggcute because I didn’t really understand how it could be a Pokémon, but like I said I just accepted it.  Nope. Never used one, never will.

Disagree with my choices? Let me know why in the comments.

And again, I don’t hate any of these Pokémon, but I would prefer to never have them in my party, or even storage box.