Sugimori artwork of dugtrio
A team of DIGLETT triplets. It triggers huge earthquakes by burrowing 60 miles underground.
Sugimori artwork of meowth
Adores circular objects. Wanders the streets on a nightly basis to look for dropped loose change.
Sugimori artwork of persian
Although its fur has many admirers, it is tough to raise as a pet because of its fickle meanness.
Sugimori artwork of psyduck
While lulling its enemies with its vacant look, this wily POKéMON will use psychokinetic powers.
Sugimori artwork of golduck
Often seen swim­ ming elegantly by lake shores. It is often mistaken for the Japanese monster, Kappa.
Sugimori artwork of mankey
Extremely quick to anger. It could be docile one moment then thrashing away the next instant.
Sugimori artwork of primeape
Always furious and tenacious to boot. It will not abandon chasing its quarry until it is caught.
Sugimori artwork of growlithe
Very protective of its territory. It will bark and bite to repel intruders from its space.
Sugimori artwork of arcanine
A POKéMON that has been admired since the past for its beauty. It runs agilely as if on wings.
Sugimori artwork of poliwag
Its newly grown legs prevent it from running. It appears to prefer swimming than trying to stand.
Sugimori artwork of poliwhirl
Capable of living in or out of water. When out of water, it sweats to keep its body slimy.
Sugimori artwork of poliwrath
An adept swimmer at both the front crawl and breast stroke. Easily overtakes the best human swimmers.
Sugimori artwork of abra
Using its ability to read minds, it will identify impending danger and TELEPORT to safety.
Sugimori artwork of kadabra
It emits special alpha waves from its body that induce headaches just by being close by.
Sugimori artwork of alakazam
Its brain can out­ perform a super­ computer. Its intelligence quotient is said to be 5,000.
Sugimori artwork of machop
Loves to build its muscles. It trains in all styles of martial arts to become even stronger.
Sugimori artwork of machoke
Its muscular body is so powerful, it must wear a power save belt to be able to regulate its motions.
Sugimori artwork of machamp
Using its heavy muscles, it throws powerful punches that can send the victim clear over the horizon.
Sugimori artwork of bellsprout
A carnivorous POKéMON that traps and eats bugs. It uses its root feet to soak up needed moisture.
Sugimori artwork of weepinbell
It spits out POISONPOWDER to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of ACID.
Sugimori artwork of victreebel
Said to live in huge colonies deep in jungles, although no one has ever returned from there.
Sugimori artwork of tentacool
Drifts in shallow seas. Anglers who hook them by accident are often punished by its stinging acid.
Sugimori artwork of tentacruel
The tentacles are normally kept short. On hunts, they are extended to ensnare and immobilize prey.
Sugimori artwork of geodude
Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for boulders, people often step or trip on them.
Sugimori artwork of graveler
Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle without slowing or changing its direction.
Sugimori artwork of golem
Its boulder-like body is extremely hard. It can easily withstand dynamite blasts without damage.
Sugimori artwork of ponyta
Its hooves are 10 times harder than diamonds. It can trample anything completely flat in little time.
Sugimori artwork of rapidash
Very competitive, this POKéMON will chase anything that moves fast in the hopes of racing it.
Sugimori artwork of slowpoke
Incredibly slow and dopey. It takes 5 seconds for it to feel pain when under attack.
Sugimori artwork of slowbro
The SHELLDER that is latched onto SLOWPOKE's tail is said to feed on the host's left over scraps.
Sugimori artwork of magnemite
Uses anti-gravity to stay suspended. Appears without warning and uses THUNDER WAVE and similar moves.
Sugimori artwork of magneton
Formed by several MAGNEMITEs linked together. They frequently appear when sunspots flare up.
Sugimori artwork of farfetchd
The sprig of green onions it holds is its weapon. It is used much like a metal sword.
Sugimori artwork of doduo
A bird that makes up for its poor flying with its fast foot speed. Leaves giant footprints.
Sugimori artwork of dodrio
Uses its three brains to execute complex plans. While two heads sleep, one head stays awake.
Sugimori artwork of seel
The protruding horn on its head is very hard. It is used for bashing through thick ice.
Sugimori artwork of dewgong
Stores thermal energy in its body. Swims at a steady 8 knots even in intensely cold waters.
Sugimori artwork of grimer
Appears in filthy areas. Thrives by sucking up polluted sludge that is pumped out of factories.
Sugimori artwork of muk
Thickly covered with a filthy, vile sludge. It is so toxic, even its footprints contain poison.
Sugimori artwork of shellder
Its hard shell repels any kind of attack. It is vulnerable only when its shell is open.
Sugimori artwork of cloyster
When attacked, it launches its horns in quick volleys. Its innards have never been seen.
Sugimori artwork of gastly
Almost invisible, this gaseous POKéMON cloaks the target and puts it to sleep without notice.
Sugimori artwork of haunter
Because of its ability to slip through block walls, it is said to be from an­ other dimension.
Sugimori artwork of gengar
Under a full moon, this POKéMON likes to mimic the shadows of people and laugh at their fright.
Sugimori artwork of onix
As it grows, the stone portions of its body harden to become similar to a diamond, but colored black.
Sugimori artwork of drowzee
Puts enemies to sleep then eats their dreams. Occasionally gets sick from eating bad dreams.
Sugimori artwork of hypno
When it locks eyes with an enemy, it will use a mix of PSI moves such as HYPNOSIS and CONFUSION.
Sugimori artwork of krabby
Its pincers are not only powerful weapons, they are used for balance when walking sideways.
Sugimori artwork of kingler
The large pincer has 10000 hp of crushing power. However, its huge size makes it unwieldy to use.
Sugimori artwork of voltorb
Usually found in power plants. Easily mistaken for a POKé BALL, they have zapped many people.
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