I’m not sure if abilities like Cloud Nine and stuff will affect Primal Weather but if it does….
…CLEARLY PSYDUCK IS THE BEST WEATHER COUNTER JK
I did have fun making all the ORAS graphic stuff tho :)
EDIT: Apparently Cloud Nine CAN override heavy weather (so you can use fire moves in Primordial Sea, water moves in Desolate Land)! Moldbreaker can’t though. (VIDEO LINK for proof)
Who wore it better?
she’s beauty she’s grace she’s miss punch you in your face
(( in celebration for Hoopa’s lovely new form ))
What’s better than Disney? Pokemon.
What’s better than Pokemon? Disney Pokemon parody.
What’s better than Disney Pokemon parody? Disney Pokemon parody with so many references that make me want to go back and play through the gens.
THAT is a parody done right.
Everyone knows that you had a hard time fighting this Bitch’s Miltank!
"You’ve got to have a balance of different types and abilities—"
"GIVE ME THE ONES WITH THE MOST ARMS."
I hope someone else gets this
So what comes to mind when I say “Bulky Water type”? Vaporeon? Suicune? Swampert? H2Olga from the Fairly Oddparents? All nice examples, but please immediately add this next Pokemon to your list. This Pokemon is a bulky Water type, and one of the bulkiest there is. It has a great design, helpful movepool, and when done right this Pokemon just doesn’t quit.
Also couple fun facts before we begin. Did you know Alomomola’s name is a palindrome? Alomomola spelled backwards is, in fact, Alomomola.
Also, Alomomola is based off of the real-life animal, the mola mola.
Also called the Ocean Sunfish. You can see the similarities. Also…
They’re positively enormous. Alomomola is only 4’ for some reason (1.2m), but real life mola mola can get to around 11’, fin to fin (3.4 m).
Okay, so, I went to the website announcing the collab between Pokemon and Junji Ito, and I’m looking at this page, which contains what look like Pokedex entries accompanied by things we rarely if ever see: Ghost Pokemon in action, in all their terrifying glory.
Plus ridiculous commentary from me in the captions.