The best glow pokemon are in pokemon scarlet and purple
Each new generation of Pokémon introduces new stories, transformations, and evolutions to some of the ‘mons in the’ dex, and Pokémon Scarlet and Violet are no different. While we only have a few regional variations on Paldea, that doesn’t mean ScarVi hasn’t reinvigorated and reimagined some of the returning Pokémon frolicking through its open world.
We’ve rounded up our favorite Gen 9 Pokémon flare-ups, from cool remakes to rehabs of some Pokémon we once thought were not-so-cool.
Here is our shortlist!
The best glow pokemon are in pokemon scarlet and purple
Pure and simple, CamRobot’s subtle redesign makes it look like a BOSS. We’ve never worried about the Numel line—she’s just a hot beauty, who cares—but Camerobot’s subtle rework makes her look as cool as she deserves.
Hoppip and Skiploom
Hoppip is one of the first ‘mons’ you see in the game, and you can’t help but fall in love with her new spinning leaves that enable her to fly. Likewise, Skiploom has some subtle tweaks done to make him look like a weird but cute lawn puppy. Aww.
Pokémon that were always a little creepy have now been reshaped to their new size and weight. It actually blows away in high winds! If you still find it scary, consider it a blessing, instead.
Drowzee and Hypno
These quirky first-gen designs needed a bit of polishing, and while they’re still really unsettling to look at or be around, they’re much more attractive. Drowzee is put up and down, and Hypno is still human, but without existence very Human. We don’t mind seeing them so far Just as much now.
Brave and Hunter
These two creepy men now tend to fade in and out, which makes them very difficult to find, but also manages to make them look like real ghosts.
Magikarp is known for being, well… not brightest The fish are in school, and the animators made that perfectly clear with ScarVi’s behavior. Magikarp now jumps out of the water and flops around, just like it does in Pokémon Stadium!
How could we not include this yellow asshole on the list? Not only does Ol’ Sparcey get a completely new (and very goofy) twist, but he also scurries around in the grass like an alien slug/worm/bug/snake. Bumping into Dunsparce used to make us moan with annoyance, but now he’s so out of the world, we just love seeing his stupid face.
Deer and Sawsbuck
Deer are cute, but mostly forgettable, let’s be honest. In Pokémon ScarVi, though, they’ve been reinvented as adorable prairie wanderers, sometimes accompanied by Papa Sawsbuck, scurrying around behind him like ducklings. Or, well, deer.
Girafarig has been around almost as far back as Pikachu, but it’s often forgotten in favor of more popular Gen 2 mons like Togepi, Marill, and Wobbuffet. With his cute new twist, Girafarig is once again one of this generation’s most coveted Pokédex entries, and Farigiraf finally delivers a punch to Girafarig’s decades-old joke.
Oh, what a joy it was to see Voltorb roll. Sword & Shield’s Pokéball-like Pokémon wasn’t, and wasn’t truly In Pokémon Legends: Arceus, this is the first time we’ve seen these lads roaming around deserts and exploding anytime we dare get too close. It really gives them personality!
In previous games, Ditto was always found in its raw, slimy form, before it immediately assumed the form of your Pokémon. Finally, in ScarVi, Ditto is given the chance to be what he’s always been: an imposter. You won’t find Paldea’s Ditto-shaped Dittos, but you will may be Find out that Pineco or Shroomish was actually something in disguise. It makes searching for fun slime even more fun!
Speaking of Pokémon that love to pretend to be other Pokémon, we also love the redesign of Zorua. Like Ditto, Zorua will disguise itself as other Pokémon that appear in the same area, but unlike Ditto, Zorua Pokémon will do this until you leave them alone. This means that they will run away as soon as they spot you, which is one of the gifts Zorua can actually have!
Swablu and Altaria
Does anything bring us more joy than seeing a flock of swablo cuddling up to Mama Altaria? Maybe one thing – seeing a group of Swablu sleeping on a roof in one of the towns of Paldea. Reinventing Swablu as a common bird is one of the main reasons we wish we could live in the Pokémon world. They’re so fluffy!
Oh yeah, Taurus is awesome now. This redesign of the black bull references Spain’s history with bulls, in particular, such icons as the Spanish Fighting Bull and Osborne Bull.
Venonat and Venomoth
Is it just us, or do you also think Venonat was small size? Turns out no, Venonat is actually pretty big, but we don’t mind — the Veno line of Pokémon is actually pretty cool, especially at night.
Pineco and Forretress
Forretress might be one of the biggest flares of this generation, because you have her I have seen they? They’re shiny, they swirl around weirdly, and they stick to trees like giant bumps.
Snow and Frosmouth
Frosmoth is very cute – round and fluffy like a little baby in a winter coat – but Snom is where the magic happens. Snow’s little ice shell changed from translucent white to a brilliant dark blue that looked more like ice than before.
Like CamRobot, Torqual is fair road More nasty ass in vermilions and violets, with an actual plume of smoke/steam billowing from the lava crust. It’s just a small paraphrase, but it makes a huge difference
yes! Spoink is worth Spoink like a pig in the spring. That’s the entirety of Spoink’s destiny, and now, finally, Spoink is the cutest little game ever.
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