It all started when Ash talked to an old man. Then his life became a nightmare. While traveling the ocean he encounters a strange new Pokémon, one that not even the Pokédex can assign a number to. Against Brock’s advice, Ash catches it. Immediately he is buried beneath a massive pile of Pokéballs. Then, one by one his memories of competing in Pokémon Leagues across the world begin to fade. Ash must put a stop to this madness at once, or face losing everything he holds near and dear and reality itself breaks down.
Also, the Tenno Pokédex has been updated accordingly.
I have just completed the largest update in this website’s history. I have vastly expanded the Tenno Pokédex. Now if you put your mouse over the link to the Tenno Pokédex page, you’ll find a drop-down menu that lists all of the currently released Tenno Pokémon. Or, if you actually go to the page, you’ll find links on each Pokémon’s name. Click one of these links to go to one of the new in-depth Pokédex descriptions of that Pokémon. These pages include virtually anything you’d want to know about one of these Pokémon, including their Shiny sprite, height, weight, Egg Groups, Abilities, and complete move sets, including TMs/HMs. Make sure to check it out when you get the chance.
Classification: The Cheek Pouch Pokémon
Description: Having an insatiable appetite, Squirrelutton will stuff as much food as they can into their cheek pouches, making sure there is always food available. If a task does not involve food, they will ignore it.
Evolves from Chipmunch at level 15
Trivia: Despite their seemingly lazy and gluttonous personality, Squirrelutton can be quite energetic when needed. They are very proficient battlers, assuming food is on the line. There are no lengths they won’t go to in order to acquire more food. Acorns are its favorite food.
Description: The power of Mega Evolution allows for Spiritomb to break free from its Odd Keystone prison. The 108 evil spirits that form Spiritomb can now be seen orbiting it. Without the Keystone containing it, it gains great power, in the form of increased Special Attack and Speed. Its Mega Ability, Sinister Shadows, protects it from damage by Light and Fairy-Type moves, its only weaknesses. When it returns to its original form after battle, the mystic properties of the Odd Keystone cause it to repair itself, sealing Spiritomb once more, until the next time it Mega Evolves.
Mega Stone: Spiritombite
Mega Ability: Sinister Shadows (New Ability, See Abilitydex)
Trivia: In case you couldn’t tell already, I love the more gimmicky Mega Evolutions. Instead of the Pokémon just growing bigger and stronger, I like it to have a story. Mega Spiritomb was the result of its story of breaking out of the Odd Keystone, and its ability. One of the things that bugged me when Fairy-Types first came out was that both Sableye and Spiritomb now had a weakness. Pre-Kalos, both Pokémon were the only ones to not have a single weakness, and in all honesty, it was about the only thing the two had going for them. Fairies ruined that. Of course I went and made things worse by adding the Light-Type, which gave both of them something they were x4 weak to. By granting Mega Spiritomb the Sinister Shadows ability, I have fixed this problem for Spiritomb, allowing it to regain its former glory. While designing Mega Spiritomb, I was going for the more grotesque Lovecraftian design. The multiple faces as well as the spirits entering and emerging from the body represent the fact that Spiritomb is an amalgamation of 108 spirits.
Classification: The Knighted Bird Pokémon
Description: After spending their youth doing nothing but training, Falcoknight are very proficient fighters. They can attack with jabs from their sharpened talons, or even punch like attacks from their wings.
Evolves from Apprentichick at level 17 and into Eagladiator at level 36
Trivia: Falcoknight are masters of aerial combat, but also train to ensure that they can maneuver proficiently on land. They sharpen their talons against stones every day to ensure a maximum powered Talon Grapple attack. In medieval times, they would be used for falconry hunting, or as assistants to knights.
Also, Ash’s team pose on the Character Description page has been updated to include this new image.
One year ago today I published the first episode of Pokémon Cosmic Quest, and it’s been a great year. Despite having been working on the story for a year, I still feel like I’m only just beginning. Anyways, I was trying to think of ways to celebrate, so I came up with an idea. For the past year I’ve been talking about my game ideas that inspired Cosmic Quest, Pokémon Luna, Terra, and Sol Versions. Below is your first look at what the cases would look like if these were real games:
Now whenever I talk about these games, you can place an image to them. The cover for Pokémon Sol Version will be revealed at a later time. As for the Pokémon on the covers, check back in a day or two, and I’ll have a Pokédex description as well as sprite image posted for each of them, so you can learn all about them. This is one of the few times I’ll be posting a non-sprite image, so enjoy. Happy birthday Cosmic Quest!
Classification: The Water Walking Pokémon
Description: Dashilisk combine their agility and body adaptations with special body movements, which allows them to run across water, a trait unique to this Pokémon. They are normally shy Pokémon, making them rare to be seen by humans.
Does not evolve
Trivia: Dashilisk is based off of the real world basilisk lizard. Just as Dashilisk can, the basilisk lizard can run across water using its unique physiology. The crest on Ash’s Dashilisk means that it’s a male.
Classification: The Mini Bee Pokémon
Description: Honbee are the most basic form in a hive of Combee, serving as the individuals that will eventually combine to form a Combee. They train with older Combee in order to learn how to most efficiently gather honey.
Evolves into Combee through friendship while holding Honey.
Only Obtainable by breeding a Vespiquen and a Vespidron.
Trivia: The Pokédex claims that Combee are a combination of three different Pokémon, Honbee are those Pokémon. Supposedly, the reason Honbee are not normally seen in the wild is because they normally form together at a young age, but when bred by a trainer, they don’t have this chance right away.
Classification: The Electric Rabbit Pokémon
Description: Rabbolt generate static electricity in their fluffy tails, which is then stored in the electric pouches. The electricity it charges can be used to protect itself. When a group of Rabbolt are threatened, they will simultaneously release all of their stored energy, effectively fending off any predator.
Does not Evolve
Trivia: As seen in Cosmic Quest, Rabbolt have two distinct personalities, the cute and affectionate side it shows to most, and the tough and competitive side it shows towards those similar to itself. Despite not taking kindly to similar others, it does get along just fine with other Rabbolt, they being the one exception to its competitive streak.
Classification: The Shinobi Pokémon
Description: Ninjato are experts in fighting in the shadows. They can create some of the sharpest blades out of pure shadows, which they wield with great skill. In the ancient past, they fought side by side with ninjas.
Evolves from Ninjitsu by leveling up while holding the Ninja Scrolls.
Trivia: Ninjato’s name comes from the name of a type of ninja sword. As well as being masters of the blade, they are efficient in hand-to-hand combat, and are masters of stealth.