Classification: The Lightspeed Pokémon
Description: This Legendary Pokémon is said to be made of crystallized light, allowing it to run at the speed of light. It is virtually never seen, as it is not visible when running at max speed.
Does not evolve
Trivia: Velocivity is known to exist because it takes interest in certain individuals and reveals itself to them. Velocivity will travel around the globe several thousand times per day. Not only can it travel at the speed of light, but it can also process its surroundings and react at the speed of light.
The user attacks at the speed of light. This attack hits before any other move, no matter what.
In-Depth Description: This move has a speed priority of +6, meaning that it has priority even before moves like Extreme Speed, Protect, or Helping Hand.
Speed of Light
Gives priority to Light-Type moves.
Classification: The Werewolf Pokémon
Description: A layer of lichen covers much of its body. When the Moon is full, this lichen grows larger and takes control over the body of the Pokémon.
Evolves from Lupine with use of a Moon Stone
Trivia: The lichen that covers its body is lunarphilic, it processes light from the Moon and converts it into energy. It exists in a symbiosis with Lichenthrope, providing it with energy, while Lichenthrope provide protection in return. However, the amount of energy the lichen produces during a full Moon overwhelms Lichenthrope, causing it to lose control and giving the lichen control over the body.
Classification: The Execution Pokémon
Description: Only the strongest Bisharp with the sharpest blades evolve into Guilloking. While a Bisharp commands a group of Pawniard, they, in turn, answer to a Guilloking.
Evolves from Bisharp by trading while holding a Whetstone
Trivia: Guilloking will spend much of its day sitting on a makeshift throne and sharpening its blades. From its throne it will strategically command its Bisharp and Pawniard underlings. It does not except failure, and is swift and cruel in the punishments it hands out. When two Guilloking meet, their armies do battle. The battle only stops when one side takes out the other’s Guilloking. The victorious Guilloking takes control over what remains of its opponent’s army.
Also, the Whetstone has been added to the New Items Page.
Classification: The Paradox Pokémon
Type (Uncertain Form): Normal/Ghost
Type (Life Form): Normal
Type (Ghost Form): Ghost
Description: Parabox will never leave its box. While hidden inside the box, it exists in a state of fluctuation, and its form is completely uncertain.
Evolves from Kittainer at level 25
Trivia: Parabox will change forms with a more perfect randomness than even the best of random number generators. Because of this, scientists and mathematicians use them as random number generators. Not even Parabox knows what form it will take on when it emerges from its box.
Happy New Year! This year is sure to be a big and exciting one for Cosmic Quest!
The Bright Pokémon
Description: The Pokémon Yang-Xing and Yin-Xing are always born as twins. Yang-Xing is said to embody all that is light in the world.
Evolves into Yin-Yang-Xing by leveling up with a Yin-Xing on the team
Trivia: Yang-Xing is incomplete. It must complete itself by merging with its dark counterpart, Yin-Xing. Preferably its twin. In its incomplete form, Yang-Xing must expel all darkness from itself. It does so by condensing it into the gem stone in its tail.
Yang-Xing is meant to invoke the yang of the yin-yang. While yang is Chinese for bright, xing is Chinese for something along the line of attribute. So Yang-Xing means light attribute, or positive.
The Telescope Pokémon
Description: This Pokémon can see objects at great distances away. Its telescope eye grows with age, and the larger it gets, the further it can see.
Does not evolve
Trivia: Cycloptic is capable of standing still for hours at a time, focusing on one single point in order to collect as much light as possible, and to resolve a clear image. If this point moves, like a star in the sky, Cycloptic can pivot on its neck and its waist, and its telescope eye can be angled up and down, allowing it to track the object as necessary. It is not unusual to find this Pokémon completely dormant at night, as it takes in the sky above it.
Classification: The Will-O-The-Wisp Pokémon
Description: Wispirit can conjure illusory fire to scare unaware travelers. It can also control real fire at will. It is known for its flickering blue light that appears and disappears in the darkness of night.
Evolves into Infearno with a Fire Stone
Trivia: Wispirit are often seen from afar at night on dark roads, but when the traveler approaches them, they fade away, due to their natural shyness. Despite their shy nature, Wispirit are also mischievous are enjoy playing pranks on the unaware. There are countless folktales the have been attributed to these Pokémon.