Tenno Pokédex

Here you can find the descriptions of all the new Tenno Pokémon, also known as “Fakemon,” encountered by Ash and his friends. As Ash registers Pokémon in his Pokédex, they will appear here as well.

Credit for all sprites go to my brother.

Click on a name for a more detailed description.

Sporout
Sporout 2
Classification: The Fiddleheaded Pokémon
Type: Grass/Ground
Description: It is believed that long ago Sporout were only Ground-Type Pokémon, but they formed a symbiotic relationship with spores from another planet. Now all Sporout are given spores at birth.
Evolves into Buffern at Level 16

Buffern
Buffern
Classification: The Shield Fern Pokémon
Type: Grass/Ground
Description: Now that the special symbiotic ferns on its back have fully developed, Buffern can use them as a shield strong enough to deflect bullets.
Evolves from Sporout at level 16 and into Ferntress at level 32

Ferntress
ferntress
Classification: The Fortress Pokémon
Type: Grass/Ground
Description: The ferns planted on its body at birth have now grown to encase its whole body and can repel any attack. It is unknown what this Pokémon looks like beneath its indestructible armor of foliage.
Evolves from Buffern at level 32

Turcell
Turcell 2
Classification: The Solar Cell Pokémon
Type: Fire/Steel
Description: The panel on Turcell’s back is used to absorb energy from the sun to power its Fire-Type attacks. If threatened Turcell will retreat into its shell.
Evolves into Turtsol at Level 16.

Turtsol
Turtsol
Classification: The Solar Panel Pokémon
Type: Fire/Steel
Description: Upon evolution, Turtsol’s solar panels become much more efficient, allowing to gather even more energy from the sun. It has also integrated the metal from its solar panels into its shell, allowing it to become a much better defensive mechanism.
Evolves from Turcell at level 16 and into Solurtle at level 36

Solurtle
Solurtle
Classification: The Solar Powered Pokémon
Type: Fire/Steel
Description: Solurtle can sustain itself with nothing but energy from the sun. It will spend any extra time it has basking in the sun, absorbing energy for when it needs it.
Evolves from Turtsol at level 36
Mega Evolves into Mega Solurtle with Solurtite

Kappaqua
Kappaqua
Classification: The Psychic Kappa Pokémon
Type: Water/Psychic
Description: For a long time, Kappaqua were thought to be nothing but myth. No one is sure where Kappaqua come from. Some even believe that they came from outer space.
Evolves into Kappaqueous at Level 16.

Kappaqueous
Kappaqeous
Classification: The Psychic Kappa Pokémon
Type: Water/Psychic
Description: This Pokémon is known for its ability to finely manipulate water with its psychic powers. It has been known to have a mischievous nature and use this ability to play tricks on those who get too close to its river home.
Evolves from Kappaqua at level 16 and into Kappaquarius at level 36

Kappaquarius
Kappaquarius
Classification: The Psychic Kappa Pokémon
Type: Water/Psychic
Description: This Pokémon can swim through water at incredible velocities by using its psychic powers to increase its hydrodynamics as well as to propel itself. While in a body of water, the liquid around it becomes an extension of its own body.
Evolves from Kappaqueous at level 36

Chipmunch
Chipmunch 2
Classification: The Cheek Pouch Pokémon
Type: Normal
Description: The cheeks of Chipmunch are able to stretch out to ten times their normal capacity in order to carry food. Chipmunch are almost always hungry and spend most of their waking hours in search of food. They carry food in their cheek pouches the few times when not hungry, storing it for later.
Evolves into Squirrelutton at level 15.

Squirrelutton
Squirrelutton
Classification: The Cheek Pouch Pokémon
Type: Normal
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

Glowva
Glowva
Classification: The Glow Worm Pokémon
Type: Bug/Light
Description: Glowva eat large amount of leaves in its preparation to evolve. This grants it large amounts of energy, the excess of which is given off as light.
Evolves into Chrysalux at level 7

Chrysalux
Chrysalux
Classification: The Glow Cocoon Pokémon
Type: Bug/Light
Description: Underneath the shell of Chrysalux, what once was Glowva is undergoing a drastic change. This change produces energy, which leaks out in the form of light.
Evolves from Glowva at level 7 and into Glitterfly at level 10

Glitterfly
Glitterfly
Classification: The Bioluminescent Pokémon
Type: Bug/Light
Description: Glitterfly are often proclaimed to be one of the most beautiful sights of the Pokémon world. The light produced by their wings can be used to communicate with others across vast distances.
Evolves from Chrysalux at level 10

Apprentichick
Apprentichick
Classification: The Squire Bird Pokémon
Type: Normal/Flying
Description: Apprentichick are known to challenge Pokémon several times their own size to battle and are famous for their fighting spirit. Apprentichick spends up to ten hours a day training.
Evolves into Falcoknight at level 17.

Falcoknight
Falcoknight
Classification: The Knighted Bird Pokémon
Type: Fighting/Flying
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

Eagladiator
eagladiator
Classification: The Gladiatorial Bird Pokémon
Type: Fighting/Flying
Description: A master of aerial combat, this Pokémon will fight with a never-ending onslaught of physical attacks. When two or more are in one place, it will always lead to a fight between them.
Evolves from Falcoknight at level 36

Rabbolt
Rabbolt
Classification: The Electric Rabbit Pokémon
Type: Electric
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

Muttnik
Muttnik
Classification: The Cosmonaut Pokémon
Type: Normal
Description: This Pokémon’s extremely thick fur coat acts as an insulator and pressure vessel. Along with its ability extend an air-tight helmet-like extension around its head, this makes it the perfect Pokémon for use in space missions.
Does not evolve

Traineed
Traineed
Classification: The Seed Pokémon
Type: Grass
Description: Traineed can do very little in the way of fighting due their small stature and weak limbs, but they dream of nothing more than to become powerful. They will dedicate much of their time to training in order to achieve this goal.
Evolves into Arborrior by training with a Fighting-Type move

Arborrior
Arborrior
Classification: The Forest Guardian Pokémon
Type: Grass/Fighting
Description: When a Traineed fully develops into an Arborrior, all of the training it put in can now be put to its full use with its powerful new body. It will fight endlessly to protect the forest that it lives in.
Evolves from Traineed by training with a Fighting-Type move

Meteorfight
Meteorfight
Classification: The Space Warrior Pokémon
Type: Rock/Fighting
Description: Meteorfight are born in outer space and primarily live in the Asteroid Belt. They are masters of fighting in zero-gravity situations. Only occasionally will a Meteorfight will land on Earth, making it a rare Pokémon to find.
Evolves into Meteormight at level 34.

Meteormight
Meteormight
Classification: The Space Warrior Pokémon
Type: Rock/Fighting
Description: Meteormight’s fists can hit with the force of a meteorite hitting the Earth’s surface. It can retract its limbs in order to hurl itself at an opponent with an even greater force.
Evolves from Meteorfight at level 34

Buzzsaw
Buzzsaw
Classification: The Chainsaw Stag Pokémon
Type: Bug/Steel
Description: This Pokémon is known for its mandibles that double as powerful chainsaws, allowing it to cut down trees with ease. It cuts down trees so that it can eat the woody interior, hollowing out the inside of the trunk in the process.
Does not Evolve

Calumba
calumba
Classification: The Peaceful Pokémon
Type: Light/Flying
Description: The branch carried by Calumba is said to exude a scent that can soothe even the most savage of beasts. Therefore, wherever Calumba travels, peace and harmony follows it.
Evolves into Dovine with use of a Shiny Stone

Ravenoir
Ravenoir
Classification: The Nevermore Pokémon
Type: Dark/Flying
Description: Ravenoir are often said to be a bad omen. If one is seen at sunset, it is believed bad luck lurks just beyond the corner.
Evolves into Necrow with use of a Dusk Stone

Noxic
Noxic
Classification: The Noxious Gas Pokémon
Type: Poison
Description: Noxic form in areas with heavy air pollution, where the various chemicals and toxins mix together to form the Pokémon. If Noxic begin to appear in an area, it is a sign that pollution has gone too far.
Evolves into Hazeard at level 26

Vipyre
Vipyre
Classification: The Fire Snake Pokémon
Type: Fire/Poison
Description: This Pokémon is known for producing a potent venom which will cause a burning sensation while also remaining toxic. Vipyre has troubles keeping its flames lit in the cold, so it must seek areas of warmth to live in.
Evolves from Pyrethon at level 25

Dashilisk
Dashilisk-MaleDashilisk-Female
Male                                                 Female
Classification: The Water Walking Pokémon
Type: Water
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

Nucleaction
Nucleaction
Classification: The Fission Pokémon
Type: Poison/Electric
Description: Its body is powered by the force of nuclear fission, which is converted into electrical energy. Its skin contains high amounts of lead, so it poses no danger of radiation poisoning to those around it.
Evolves into Nucleactor at level 46

Orbitross
Orbitross
Classification: The Orbital Flyer Pokémon
Type: Flying/Normal
Description: Thanks to their powerful wings and upper body strength, as well as high lung capacity, Orbitross are one of the only known Pokémon with the ability to fly to the edge of the atmosphere. Once up at their highest, Orbitross will travel in a low Earth orbit. When the time comes for them to get food, they will dive down to the surface.
Does not evolve

Arctick
arctick
Classification: The Snow Tick Pokémon
Type: Bug/Ice
Description: Arctick are born in snowball nests rolled by their parents. Being born in the snow means that Arctick have an extremely low body temperature. In order to compensate, they must suck the body heat of other Pokémon, causing the Pokémon to become colder while Arctick warms itself.
Evolves into Beetundra at level 17

Beetundra
Beetundra
Classification: The Snow Roller Pokémon
Type: Bug/Ice
Description: This Pokémon will never be caught without its snowball, which it creates in artic plains, using only the highest quality of snow. Inside the snowball, Beetundra will store its food in a frozen state.
Evolves from Artick at level 17 and into Carapice at level 39

Marlance
Marlance
Classification: The Swordfish Pokémon
Type: Water/Steel
Description: The pointed spear of Marlance is made of a strong and resilient metal, allowing it be used both as a jabbing and slashing weapon. Marlance will engage in swordfights to determine their social standing.
Evolves from Pufflail at level 27 and into Saws at level 48

Frostcicle
Frosticle
Classification: The Ice Spike Pokémon
Type: Ice
Description: This Pokémon lives only where the temperature remains constantly below freezing. When resting, Frostcicle will attach itself to a branch or other overhanging object, allowing it to grow in size as it takes on more ice.
Does not evolve

Protostar
Protostar
Classification: The Young Star Pokémon
Type: Fire/Light
Description: Protostar form when high concentrations of gases come together and form into a single body. It emits a faint light that grows brighter the larger and older it gets.
Evolves into Astar at level 32.

Heala
Heala
Classification: The Antivenom Pokémon
Type: Dragon/Poison
Description: Heala may have a nasty venom, but they are better known for the natural antivenom they produce, which can neutralize nearly any poison.
Evolves into Curemodo at level 38

Cosmet
Cosmet
Classification: The Comet Tail Pokémon
Type: Ice/Fire
Description: This Pokémon’s tail may burn at extremely high temperatures, but the ice that composes its main body is chilled to such low temperatures that it is impossible to melt. This unique trait allows it to survive the fall from space down to Earth.
Does not evolve

Delphin
Delphin
Classification: The Hyper-Intelligent Pokémon
Type: Water/Psychic
Description: Delphin is one of the most intelligent species of Pokémon known. While it actually breathes air, it must live in the water so that it can use it as a constant coolant for its hyperactive brain, which would otherwise overheat. It expels the heated water through the blowhole on its back.
Does not Evolve

Boodini
boodini
Classification: The Conjuring Pokémon
Type: Ghost/Psychic
Description: Inside of its hat is a portal through which it can conjure nearly anything. It can also channel great amounts of energy using its wand.
Evolves from Hatrick at level 37

Yuifoe
Yuifoe
Classification: The Flying Saucer Pokémon
Type: Steel/Psychic
Description: Even though it was only recently discovered, some claim that this Pokémon has been visiting Earth for the past 50 years, but was covered up by the government.
Does not evolve

Mahemoth
Mahemoth
Classification: The Mammoth Pokémon
Type: Rock/Ice
Description: During the time of the Ice Age, over 10,000 years ago, Mahemoth could be found all around the world. As the weather began to warm, these Pokémon found themselves unprepared for such climates and soon died completely out.
Evolves from Massodon at level 38

Slashogun
Slashogun
Classification: The Brutal Bushido Pokémon
Type: Steel/Fighting
Description: Its entire body can be used as a weapon. Often instead of fighting, Slashogun will command hordes of Slasharp to do its work for it, unless its honor is questioned, in which case it will fight alone.
Evolves from Slasharp by leveling up while holding the Samurai Helmet

Ninjato
Ninjato
Classification: The Shinobi Pokémon
Type: Dark/Fighting
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.

Repiv
New Repiv
Classification: The Viper Pokémon
Type: Poison
Description: Repiv have some of the most powerful venom in the world, one bite could poison a Wailord.
Evolves from Arbok by trading while holding a Toxic Fang.

Haking
New Haking
Classification: The Toxic Gas Pokémon
Type: Poison
Description: Having grown an extra head, Haking can produce even more gas than Weezing. It will eat various rotten foods in order to produce its volatile gas.
Evolves from Weezing by trading while holding a Radioactive Sludge.

Ivine
Ivine
Classification: The Poison Ivy Pokémon
Type: Grass/Poison
Description: Its leaves secrete an irritating oil that cause any who touch to instantly be overcome with an itching sensation. If the contact is prolonged, bad rashes can form as well.
Evolves from Tangela by leveling up while knowing the move Ivy Whip

Krakannon
Krakannon
Classification: The Cannon Pokémon
Type: Water
Description: Krakannon’s cannon-like mouth grants it the ability to fire pulses of water at high velocities. Although Krakannon rarely grow to be larger than seven feet tall, legends speak of a giant Krakannon, at least ten times larger.
Evolves from Octillery by leveling up while knowing the move Aqua Cannon.

Lunatue 
Lunatue
Classification: The Meteorite Pokémon
Type: Rock/Psychic
Description: The rocks that make up its body come straight from the Moon and are connected via a low level telekinetic field. If it loses part of its body, it can be replaced by nearby rocks.
Evolves from Lunatone by leveling up in the vicinity of Mt. Corona

Solem
Solem
Classification: The Meteorite Pokémon
Type: Rock/Psychic
Description: It is believed that once it has absorbed a significant amount of cosmic energy, Solrock are able to change their form to better match their environment. Having landed on Earth, they form bodies suited for terrestrial living.
Evolves from Solrock by leveling up in the vicinity of Mt. Corona

Honbee
Honbee
      Male                Female
Classification: The Mini Bee Pokémon
Type: Bug/Flying
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.

Vespidron
Vespidron
Classification: The Hive Defender Pokémon
Type: Bug/Poison
Description: When a Combee hive needs protection, the ruling Vespiquen will release a special pheromone, inducing Combee to Evolve in order to better protect the hive. Vespidron will sacrifice anything, even themselves, to protect their queen and hive.
Evolves from male Combee by leveling up with a Vespiquen knowing the move Attack Pheromones in the party

Eatyai
Eatyai
Classification: The Cerebral Pokémon
Type: Psychic
Description: This Pokémon normally likes to remain hidden, so after someone sees it, it is known to visit them in the middle of the night and erase their memories of the encounter.
Evolves from Beheeyem by leveling up with a Yuifoe on the team

Galacerta
Galacerta
Classification: The Lizard Constellation Pokémon
Type: Dragon
Description: Galacerta spend the entire day living inside of caves. Only during the night do they go into the open in order to find food. Galacerta use the starry pattern on its skin to communicate with others. It is believed that Galacerta inspired the constellation Lacerta.
Evolves into Serpenstar at level 30.

Serpenstar
Serpenstar
Classification: The Snake Constellation Pokémon
Type: Dragon/Light
Description: Due to its serpent nature and the pattern of light along the length of its body, this Pokémon would appear to be the origin of the constellation Serpens. This Pokémon is known for its majestic beauty and serene movements.
Evolves from Galacerta at level 30 and into Dracosmic at level 50 at night

Dracosmic
Dracosmic
Classification: The Dragon Constellation Pokémon
Type: Dragon/Light
Description: The larger points of light on Dracosmic’s scales align perfectly with the stars in the constellation Draco, leading historians to speculate that it was the ancients’ basis for the constellation. Dracosmic have the ability to float, and will often be found flying during the night, when their bodies blend in with the starry sky, but people rarely realize what they’re seeing.
Evolves from Serpenstar at level 50 at night.

Ryusei
Ryusei
Classification: The Shooting Star Pokémon
Type: Fire/Psychic
Description: This mythical Pokémon is said to be the very first shooting star to ever fall to Earth in ancient times. It is also said that it watches over humanity, protecting it along with the two other Cosmic Guardians.
Does not Evolve

Showakusei
Showakusei
Classification: The Asteroid Pokémon
Type: Rock/Psychic
Description: According to myth, this Pokémon was originally a piece of rock in the asteroid belt that was given life by the Cosmic Architect. Now it serves the Architect by watching over the solar system.
Does not Evolve

Seluna
Seluna
Classification: The Lunar Pokémon
Type: Dark/Rock
Description: According to myth and legend, Seluna, under the guidance of the Cosmic Architect, created all of the moons in the solar system. It’s crowning achievement is the Earth’s moon, where it is said to dwell.
Does not Evolve

Terratlas
Terratlas
Classification: The Terra Pokémon
Type: Ground/Water
Description: In legend, Terratlas was created by the Cosmic Architect in order to construct the planets of the solar system. It is said to have modeled the Earth in its own image. It is rumored to live in high Earth orbit, always watching its prized creation.
Does not Evolve

Heliosol
Heliosol
Regular Form
Heliosol-A
Ascended Form
Classification: The Solar Pokémon
Type (Regular Form): Fire/Light
Type (Ascended Form): Dragon/Light
Description (Luna and Terra Versions): This Pokémon was revered by the ancients of Tenno as a solar deity. It was known in times past to occasionally descend to Earth from its home in space to temporarily inhabit temples and shrines built in its honor.
Description (Sol Version): It was given the task of constructing the cornerstone of the Solar System, the Sun, by the Cosmic Architect. When it absorbs ample cosmic energy, it will ascend to a higher form.
Does Not Evolve

Gravisaac
Gravisaac
Classification: The Gravitation Pokémon
Type: Psychic
Description: With the power of its Gravitonic Core, Gravisaac is able to manipulate gravity to its will. It is said that this core was created by the Cosmic Architect to aide in the construction of the Solar System.
Does Not Evolve

Myoken
Myoken
Classification: The Guiding Pokémon
Type: Psychic/Light
Description: Known as the Guiding Light, Myoken will appear to those who are lost and guide them to what their heart most desires. It is affiliated with the North Star.
Does Not Evolve

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93 thoughts on “Tenno Pokédex

  1. Pingback: Krakannon | The Pokémon Cosmic Quest Official Website

  2. Good fakemons, but someones looks too much like originals… Sporout is too much like Turtwig, and Turcell is too much like Squirtle. Kappaqua is the best of those starters. And Chrysalux and Glitterfly looks like too much Metapod and Butterfree, but other ones are very good :)!

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    • Thanks. I’m just going to be honest and tell you that I’m not looking for any partners to collaborate with currently. If you have ideas, you’re welcome to post them, and maybe if I like them, I might use them, but I can’t promise much more than that, or that I will use them at all. Sorry.

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      • Its ok. I understand. This is your creation, like your baby. Its cool. But i kinda had a cool idea for a flying/light type. I’ll pitch it to u by P.M.ing u on fanfiction.

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      • IDEA! Opalight! Light/Rock! Can Mega-Evolve by using Opalite (LOL)
        but I don’t ming if you don’t use it cause it’s gonna appear in my game… (good cliff-hanger in story 1. and 2.(forgot name of story :-O) :-/

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    • Yeah, there’s a small handful of people. Professor Pine and Crate know, as they were robbed by Team Planetary. Professor Oak and Tracey encountered them. And if you read the Cosmic Chronicles, the two main characters there know.

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  3. I gotta say, I’m really liking both your story and the Pokemon you’re introducing as well. I like how you had Brenda feel depressed from losing the contest and taking her anger out on her own Pokemon, only to realize what she had done. Much like how Dawn felt when she lost her contest because she was putting more effort on her performances rather than showing her Pokemon. By the way, I’m working on a story with a friend of mine and we’re on the final chapter. So I was wondering if I can use the Dracosmic line as new Pokemon given to one of my OCs by Cynthia and using Tenno as the new region to visit? If that’s all right you.

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    • It always makes me happy to hear that people are enjoying my story and my Pokémon, so thank you for the comment.

      As far as using my Pokémon and region goes, let me just make sure I understand what you want to do correctly. You want to have a sort of “The Journey Continues” ending where even the story is over, you set up for the next adventure of the protagonist, and you want that to be Tenno. You’re not actually going to set a sequel story there, correct? If that is the case then you have my permission as long as you give me credit and refer people to my story and/or website as the source of the Pokémon and region.

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  4. Yeah, something like that. My friend’s the creator of the story we’re working on, so I have to go to him with some ideas I have in mind. And you’re right that we’re not going to do a squeal and more of a “The Journey Continues” kind of ending, but yeah, that’s the plan. Don’t worry, I’ll make sure you’re given credit for your characters and refer people to your story and/or website. One more thing before I sign out for the night, think I can also use Professor Pine for the region’s Starter Pokemon and having Galileo as Cynthia’s distant cousin? Thanks for the permission and I hope to see more of your story.

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    • I suppose I don’t mind the use of Pine, the starters, and Galileo, but I would rather you stay away from having Galileo be related to Cynthia just because that would be messing with my canon. Not that it’s that major of a change or that I have any direct reason why Galileo couldn’t be Cynthia’s cousin, but I’d just rather not have development of the character outside of my story. I’d much rather you stick to facts that I’ve already established, sorry. Though, there’s no harm if you want to make him Cynthia’s friend instead. Sorry, I’m just very controlling of my characters. I hope you understand.

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  5. It’s all right, they’re your characters and I can understand. It was just a suggestion and it got turned down, but I don’t mind. Instead, I think I’ll have both Cynthia and Galileo be pen pals and friends. That much better for you?

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    • That works fine. It’s nothing that major, so it works out. I figure all the various Champions probably know each other in some way or another anyways. Thanks for understanding.

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  6. Love!!!!! Found ur Fanfic a week ago, Lovin the plot! I have a question about Repiv, Idk where the eyes are. I might be blind, but idek. Keep up the good work!

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    • Thanks for the comment, it always makes me happy to hear that someone is enjoying my work. As for Repiv, the design is meant to be a subversion of the concept of snakes with hoods having fake faces, and turning that fake face into a real face. Because of that, the pattern that would traditionally be taken as fake eye spots (the red and yellow designs) are the actual eyes in the case of Repiv. Thanks for your interest.

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  7. Love the creativity for your originals. Do you accept suggestions for new species of Pokemon. If you do, I have this crazy idea for a unique bug type that has been knocking around my brain for a bit. Let me know if you want the critter or not.

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    • Thanks for the kind words. If you want to make a suggestion, feel free to, but just know that I most likely won’t use, but there is a chance I might like it enough to use it. I also might make tweaks to it to better match my likings. If you’re cool with that, go ahead and share.

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      • The Pokemon in question is a possible 2 stage bug type named Bookworm who can change secondary typing depending on what book it’s holding (i.e. a book on ocean exploration makes it a bug/water type. It’s final evolution could be version exclusive or gender based your decision. The names I came up with are as follows: Mothepedia and Ledgerfly. Depending on the final choice you make about them, they could have access to the various types due to the book they hold. If you go based on gender, than a idea for one book would be based around fairy tales; males become a dragon type, females go fairy. If you use this idea please keep the core idea of a book themed bug and have fun with it artisticly. For a nod to the original comic series in order to be an electric type they must be holding “The Electric Tales of Picachu”. This is my idea, hope you use it . They are both known as the Reader Pokemon.

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  8. Where did you get Haking?
    In my game it’s called choking, but mabye if you told me where you got Haking from, i’ll have a better idea.

    Sorry for any annoyance this comment may pose. BTW ❤ the ideas!!!

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  9. Can you tell me how you made these sprites?
    (I want to make my own pokemon game and you get the idea)
    I have a suggestion:
    Golemite <- ,Ferntrite(ferntress),Kappite(kappaquarias),
    Vepiquite(Vespiqueen),Vepidite(Vepidron(I know you don't want mega-tenno pokemon but I wanted to suggest it)) and Blissite <- (easy to work out)

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    • I just used Microsoft Paint and constructed them pixel by pixel. It takes some practice, and I suggest studying real sprites to see how they’re made. And like you saw in another comment, to make things easier, I’ll sometimes base my sprite off an existing sprite. You just have to make sure you work hard to make it so people can’t recognize the original sprite. Sometimes I don’t do that part quite well enough, but am planning on redoing those ones eventually.

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      • Yeah, it’s just because I’m making my own fanfic website. You can use Opalight, as long as you change the picture and pokedex. So you know my pokedex:
        -Opalight- The Gemstone Pokemon
        Light/Rock
        When Opalight is directly in line of the sun, it shines in many colours. It prefers defending to attacking but will attack when it needs to.

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      • Just so you know, one of my pokemon is called Chipmunch but it has a different pokedex, and I have one called Meteorfight just because I got the idea before I found your ideas or even this website.

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    • I don’t really understand either of your comments, especially the first.

      With the second, are you trying to ask how many Tenno Pokémon Ash has used his Pokédex on? If that’s your question, the answer is almost every one on the list so far. The only ones he hasn’t are the Legendary Pokémon, Slashogun, Solurtle, and Boodini. Otherwise he has used his Pokédex on every Pokémon on the list so far.

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  10. Just went back on website, saw Muttnik, was amazed and looked at comments.
    I respect that comment about stop-saying-ideas-for-megas. Also, I don’t see ‘Slashogun’ in the pokedex. Is that a mistake or something?

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      • 1) There are a lot of evolutions and pre-evolutions missing from here for now. That is because I only add them as they appear in Cosmic Quest. Those three have yet to appear, so I have yet to add them.

        2) Take a look back at the episode A Rival of the Fittest, where Brenda battles Michelle’s Eevee. The Pokédex description of Eevee states that it can evolve into nine different Pokémon. That’s all I’ll say.

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      • Oh, do you not read the story? This entire website is based around it, so I had just assumed you’ve read it. If you’re interested in reading it, there are links all over the website. Look on my blogroll on the right side of the home page and click Pokémon Cosmic Quest.

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  11. I need suggestions for a grass starter, fire starter, and a Pokemon that has a name that has part of adrenaline or has a relation to adrenaline.
    I’ll consider the answers. I’m asking you because you are the the best at creating Pokemon names I know.

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    • I’m honored that you would ask me for help, and I would if I could, but I just don’t think I can be much of a help. I can’t just give you a concept for a Pokémon, because any ideas I have are already used for my own Pokémon. And I can’t really give you name for Pokémon with knowing what that Pokémon’s concept is. Sorry about that.

      Though, perhaps the easiest way to make a Fire-Type starter would be to look to the Chinese Zodiac for inspiration, as every Fire-Type starter so far has in some way corresponded to an animal on the zodiac.

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      • Yeah, Turcell is not based off of the zodiac for two main reasons. Mostly its because back when I first made it years ago, I din’t even know that the zodiac thing existed. And then, when it came time to revive my old ideas for Cosmic Quest, I considered making a new Fire-Type starter that was based off of a zodiac animal, but I decided I didn’t want to let that stand in the way of creating a Pokémon idea that I liked. Also, there is an inherent flaw with using a zodiac animal, and that’s that there are only so many of them. If Game Freak keeps on making Fire starters based off of the zodiac, they’ll eventually make them all, which means if you made a fire ox starter Pokémon, odds are that Game Freak will eventually make one as well, rendering yours redundant and obsolete.

        Also, Vipyre being a Fire-Type and based off of a zodiac animal is just a coincidence.

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      • I know what the ‘Zodiac being used by Game Freak’ is like. Also, do you mind if I have a Pokemon named Arctick? I came up with the concept before I found this website.

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      • If you came up with it before seeing mine, it wouldn’t really be fair of me say I didn’t want you using it. Just be careful that what you’ve seen from me doesn’t influence yours too much, if you know what I mean.

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    • Currently the Tenno Pokédex has 63 Pokémon published in it, but counting the names of Evolutions that I’ve revealed the names of, but not released, there are 78. I have no definitive number for what I will have in the end, as I am continuously making new Pokémon, and never bothered to count all the ones I already made.

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  12. Okay. I can see what will happened if there are 78 Pokemon to complete list of the Pokedex to use it make it mega evolution.

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  13. Let’s just save it. I’m going to have There’s gonna be the new mega evolution that goes to Noctowl, Staraptor, Togekiss and Unfezent right here in the Tenno region before the next episode right after the movie even the final evolution of Wooper as well. It’s that okay with you?

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  14. There’s no reason to spam the same comment over and over again. I was just going back and cleaning up some of the older comments you made that either made no sense or were off-topic. Plenty of your comments are still left un-deleted.

    Here’s the thing, most of the comments you make are extremely hard to read due to the poor grammar and wording. I try my best to read and understand them, but some times I just can’t. And often times they are either completely off-topic or completely unnecessary. And with how many of them you’ve left, it just doesn’t look good to other readers of this website. You alone have left over a third of all the comments on this website, and when that many of the comments are off-topic or don’t make sense, it’s just not good for the website. Please don’t take any personal offense, but I need to keep things looking good. Even with all the ones I just deleted, you still have over 100 comments on this website, much more than anyone else besides myself. I’m sorry if I upset you, but I assure it was nothing personal and was not done to upset you.

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