Alright guys, I went and did it.
Go and subscribe. I’ll have the first contest up shortly.
Maybe I’ll just start my own. Anyone here up for that?
Commission I did for TheChainedWolf of his eeveelutions Ghouleon, Daemeon and Holeon.
Ground type, Ghost type and Flying type, respectively. Eevee evolves into Ghouleon when it faints and levels up in the same battle, and either Daemeon or Holeon will take up an empty spot in your party, depending on whether this happens during the day or at night.
Complete information on them is as follows:
Well, I drew out a Super Sentai-themed pokémon, for whatever reason.
These guys’ names are Sentyke and Gataitan, and they are Fighting/Fairy type.
Sentyke -> Gataitan (Evolves via high friendship)
Sentyke possess soft, squishy bodies, so they operate in teams of five to offset any individual weaknesses. Finding a lone Sentyke is an exceedingly rare occurrence, and is usually a sign that something is wrong.
All of Gataitan’s limbs possess a certain degree of sentience. When all five of its minds work in unison, this Pokémon is capable of raining down blows powerful enough to pierce iron. Gataitan draws strength from feelings of courage and friendship, and when in the possession of a trainer who feels those emotions particularly strongly, the V on its chest will glow brightly.
Sentyke and Gataitan’s abilities are Moxie and Aftermath, and their hidden ability is Friend Guard.
I added a donate link to the sidebar temporarily.
Donate so I can buy RPG Maker XP to see if I could actually make the Omnis Region a reality?
If not that’s cool too, haha.
Do it. Do the thing.
So what with the recent Deinocheirus fossil discovery, (A dinosaur previously only known from an enormous pair of arms,) I decided to do the sensible thing and make a pokémon.
I decided to name these guys Carpalethe and Kirorpse. They’re Rock/Ghost type, and are revived from the Forearm Fossil.
Carpalethe -> Kirorpse (Revived from the Forearm Fossil)
I’ve had this idea floating around in my head for months now, and with the recent discovery of a more complete Deinocheirus skeleton, it seemed as like as good a time as any to finally draw them out.
When Carpalethe’s large fossilized armbone was first discovered it was initially thought to be the remains of a massive reptilian Pokémon, possibly a dragon type. However, with the advancement of Pokémon revival technology it was surprisingly discovered that the arms were just about the only physical structure that they have at all.
Revived Kirorpses seem to gravitate toward fossil dig-sites, though it is presently unknown exactly how they are able to locate their fallen brethren without any prior knowledge of the area. It is speculated that they serve as guardians, protecting the spirits of Pokémon who had previously died in mass extinction events.
Their ability is Tough Claws, and their hidden ability is Cursed Body.
Alrighty everyone! The votes have been counted and we have our winners for our Cave-based Pokemon!
The winners are:
adamdreifus with Spydirt and Arocknid
lazerphaser with Frytle, Protepup, and Axomite
Congrats to them and thank you whoever voted and sent in entries!
But since this is a community based region is everything about the winners to everyone’s liking?
Oh, cool! One of my designs got into this!
Top design by me, coloring by Lunumbra.
Bottom design by LazerPhaser.
Here are hi-res versions of Chris’s ant and grasshopper legendary Pokémon. I had a lot of fun working on these, so I figure it would be neat to see them up close. Their working names are Myrmindure and Cicantor.
Their types are Bug/Rock and Bug/Fairy respectively.
So apparently Adam of Bolt-Beam fame was sufficiently inspired by my recent broad descriptions of a pair of legendary Bug Pokémon based on Aesop’s fable of the ant and the grasshopper that he went and drew these delightful things!
The industrious legendary ant Pokémon who taught humans farming, co-operation, construction, and most of all the simple virtue of good, honest labour. She didn’t come out looking all that much like an ant, in the end, but I’m okay with this - and you can still see the inspiration in a number of places, like the six legs, the clear head/thorax/abdomen distinction, and the mandible-like protrusions on the head. I think what I like most is the simultaneously ‘rocky’ and ‘muscly’ appearance of her features. My head is calling this Pokémon ‘Myrmindure,’ from the Greek word μύρμηξ (myrmex), ant, and the English word endure, though I’m not sure I’m entirely happy with that. She’s probably Bug/Rock, like if Shuckle learned to drive a bulldozer.
This one is the refined legendary grasshopper Pokémon who, like Meloetta, was once a great teacher of song and dance, along with all other forms of art and culture - essentially, his sphere is the love of all things beautiful. I’ve got to say, I love the harp design built into his wings, and the rather frail, wispy appearance he has next to his counterpart. The curls remind me almost of scrips of paper. I don’t think I’m 100% sold on that moustache, but it’s not too egregious. Adam drew this one with Bug/Fairy in mind, and although I haven’t yet formed any opinion on what exactly ‘Fairy’ means as a type, I’m happy to go with that. His name, at the moment anyway, is Cicantor, from cicada (ancient taxonomy is notoriously vague, so the exact species of the insect in the fable is open to interpretation) and the Latin word cantor, singer.