Dug up these kinda old pixel doodles of gijinkas i had from my pokemon yellow team! these will likely never get coloured or finalised so i give you these instead
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A somewhat arrogant Pikachu plucked straight from the boonies, seeking out the trainer/champion life for better opportunities and personal gain. He is, much to his own chagrin, quite the caring soul. After all, he got rather attached to his trainer faster than he would’ve liked and now considers himself the lil tyke’s dad. He talks a lot of big game for someone so small and so soft-hearted.
Found on the SS Anne by Atom during an evening concert, Alto made it big as a crooner in various shows across Kanto and Johto. After his show on the infamous vessel, the two got Rather Close in private, which led to Alto joining the team after growing rather fond of the overconfident mouse-man. He may not be the strongest asset to the team, but he’s more in it for the companionship than anything else (and maybe widening his audience).
A woman who spends most of her time living in solitude on route 25 with her only contact with the outside world involving local handyman jobs (most of which come from Bill who needs a sturdy gal to fix some less easy jobs a somewhat skinny boffin can do. Forge has been friends with Atom since the two were young, but even she was quite surprised her long-time feral friend turned up one day with a trainer by his side, asking to join their team as extra muscle. Forge has few fears, except for what lurks in Cerulean Cave. Something about it just... repels her. She hopes one day, she’ll become strong enough to venture in there and find out.
A recluse who people-watched for most of her life at the top floor of her apartment in Celadon City. Gully had been spending most of her life wishing to explore the wider world, but feared it after an unfortunate run-in with Team Rocket at her original home in Lavender Town, a place which only brings back painful memories of lost friends. Now with Team Rocket just around the corner (the Game Corner, to be precise), she’s feared even descending down the floors of the apartment complex she lives in. A new team of powerful pokemon with their kind, young trainer waltzing into town and driving Team Rocket out of Celadon sparked something in her, perhaps hope? Well, whatever it was, it motivated Gully to finally venture out of her house and ask to join Atom and his friends in their quest to become champions.
It was not by choice that Pillowtalk worked as a bouncer in Team Rocket’s Game Corner, but he had little choice in the matter. Pillowtalk was separated from his family nearby Diglett Cave, whisked away to be raised and trained in the harshest manner to be a stoic brute. It wasn’t until that little snot-nosed trainer and a couple of his pals went and ripped the rug out from underneath Pillowtalk, driving out Team Rocket from Celadon City with them leaving him in the dust. At first, Pillowtalk despised Atom and his crew for ruining what little life he had... But at the same time, it was the first time in years he got to just have a nap under the stars. So after a long rest and a good fight on Route 16... he was convinced these freaks wouldn’t be so bad to hang out. Not to mention getting back on his two-timing boss would be sweet.
Not much is known of Genus. That’s how he likes to keep it. A mysterious fellow who just turned up on route 25 without warning, startling Atom and his new-found trainer. Genus gave little explanation as to why they wanted to join Atom and his friends in their quest to become champion. When asked, they will simply reply with “because I thought it’d be funny”. Genus also seems to be looking for someone important to them, but won’t seem to specify who or why they are so intent on looking for them.
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Caring for your Pokemon: Vaporeon
When caring for your Vaporeon, you must remember that they can melt and become invisible in water. This is a problem for a recently evolved Vaporeon, as they do not understand why exactly their body is doing this and can cause to freak out. They are also not very good swimmers when starting out. Introduce your Vaporeon to a damp washcloth and wet it's paws first, and show how the invisibility works, Eventually move up to a small body of water (this can be a bathtub), and keep moving them up until they figure out how to swim, and how their invisibility works. After that, it's just a case of keeping them damp enough to survive, but not enough where they're constantly camouflaged.
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Are you able to do a how to care thing on Lapras or Vaporeon? Just curious
Admin: Oh yeah totally! I've just been focusing on fighting types as they're my favorite, but I do other types too. If anybody ever has a Pokemon they want care tips about, you just gotta ask. Bryan (or even Mary and Amy if people are interested) will talk about taking care of any Pokemon.
And keep asking questions, they're always fun to get even if I forget about them (I apologize greatly!)
Your Lapras and Vaporeon posts will be up tomorrow! Thanks so much for asking!
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