Sugimori artwork of electrode
It stores electric energy under very high pressure. It often explodes with little or no provocation.
Sugimori artwork of exeggcute
Often mistaken for eggs. When disturbed, they quickly gather and attack in swarms.
Sugimori artwork of exeggutor
Legend has it that on rare occasions, one of its heads will drop off and continue on as an EXEGGCUTE.
Sugimori artwork of cubone
Because it never removes its skull helmet, no one has ever seen this POKéMON's real face.
Sugimori artwork of marowak
The bone it holds is its key weapon. It throws the bone skillfully like a boomerang to KO targets.
Sugimori artwork of hitmonlee
When in a hurry, its legs lengthen progressively. It runs smoothly with extra long, loping strides.
Sugimori artwork of hitmonchan
While apparently doing nothing, it fires punches in lightning fast volleys that are impossible to see.
Sugimori artwork of lickitung
Its tongue can be extended like a chameleon's. It leaves a tingling sensation when it licks enemies.
Sugimori artwork of koffing
Because it stores several kinds of toxic gases in its body, it is prone to exploding without warning.
Sugimori artwork of weezing
Where two kinds of poison gases meet, 2 KOFFINGs can fuse into a WEEZING over many years.
Sugimori artwork of rhyhorn
Its massive bones are 1000 times harder than human bones. It can easily knock a trailer flying.
Sugimori artwork of rhydon
Protected by an armor-like hide, it is capable of living in molten lava of 3,600 degrees.
Sugimori artwork of chansey
A rare and elusive POKéMON that is said to bring happiness to those who manage to get it.
Sugimori artwork of tangela
The whole body is swathed with wide vines that are similar to sea­ weed. Its vines shake as it walks.
Sugimori artwork of kangaskhan
The infant rarely ventures out of its mother's protective pouch until it is 3 years old.
Sugimori artwork of horsea
Known to shoot down flying bugs with precision blasts of ink from the surface of the water.
Sugimori artwork of seadra
Capable of swim­ ming backwards by rapidly flapping its wing-like pectoral fins and stout tail.
Sugimori artwork of goldeen
Its tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress, giving it the nickname of the Water Queen.
Sugimori artwork of seaking
In the autumn spawning season, they can be seen swimming power­ fully up rivers and creeks.
Sugimori artwork of staryu
An enigmatic POKéMON that can effortlessly regenerate any appendage it loses in battle.
Sugimori artwork of starmie
Its central core glows with the seven colors of the rainbow. Some people value the core as a gem.
Sugimori artwork of mr-mime
If interrupted while it is miming, it will slap around the offender with its broad hands.
Sugimori artwork of scyther
With ninja-like agility and speed, it can create the illusion that there is more than one.
Sugimori artwork of jynx
It seductively wiggles its hips as it walks. It can cause people to dance in unison with it.
Sugimori artwork of electabuzz
Normally found near power plants, they can wander away and cause major blackouts in cities.
Sugimori artwork of magmar
Its body always burns with an orange glow that enables it to hide perfectly among flames.
Sugimori artwork of pinsir
If it fails to crush the victim in its pincers, it will swing it around and toss it hard.
Sugimori artwork of tauros
When it targets an enemy, it charges furiously while whipping its body with its long tails.
Sugimori artwork of magikarp
In the distant past, it was somewhat stronger than the horribly weak descendants that exist today.
Sugimori artwork of gyarados
Rarely seen in the wild. Huge and vicious, it is capable of destroying entire cities in a rage.
Sugimori artwork of lapras
A POKéMON that has been over­ hunted almost to extinction. It can ferry people across the water.
Sugimori artwork of ditto
Capable of copying an enemy's genetic code to instantly transform itself into a duplicate of the enemy.
Sugimori artwork of eevee
Its genetic code is irregular. It may mutate if it is exposed to radiation from element STONEs.
Sugimori artwork of vaporeon
Lives close to water. Its long tail is ridged with a fin which is often mistaken for a mermaid's.
Sugimori artwork of jolteon
It accumulates negative ions in the atmosphere to blast out 10000- volt lightning bolts.
Sugimori artwork of flareon
When storing thermal energy in its body, its temperature could soar to over 1600 degrees.
Sugimori artwork of porygon
A POKéMON that consists entirely of programming code. Capable of moving freely in cyberspace.
Sugimori artwork of omanyte
Although long extinct, in rare cases, it can be genetically resurrected from fossils.
Sugimori artwork of omastar
A prehistoric POKéMON that died out when its heavy shell made it impossible to catch prey.
Sugimori artwork of kabuto
A POKéMON that was resurrected from a fossil found in what was once the ocean floor eons ago.
Sugimori artwork of kabutops
Its sleek shape is perfect for swim­ ming. It slashes prey with its claws and drains the body fluids.
Sugimori artwork of aerodactyl
A ferocious, pre­ historic POKéMON that goes for the enemy's throat with its serrated saw-like fangs.
Sugimori artwork of snorlax
Very lazy. Just eats and sleeps. As its rotund bulk builds, it becomes steadily more slothful.
Sugimori artwork of articuno
A legendary bird POKéMON that is said to appear to doomed people who are lost in icy mountains.
Sugimori artwork of zapdos
A legendary bird POKéMON that is said to appear from clouds while dropping enormous lightning bolts.
Sugimori artwork of moltres
Known as the legendary bird of fire. Every flap of its wings creates a dazzling flash of flames.
Sugimori artwork of dratini
Long considered a mythical POKéMON until recently when a small colony was found living underwater.
Sugimori artwork of dragonair
A mystical POKéMON that exudes a gentle aura. Has the ability to change climate conditions.
Sugimori artwork of dragonite
An extremely rarely seen marine POKéMON. Its intelligence is said to match that of humans.
Sugimori artwork of mewtwo
It was created by a scientist after years of horrific gene splicing and DNA engineering experiments.
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