So we now have 5 new Pokemons confirmed for the Alola region. I think they're pretty interesting.
Turtonator is...ugly. But it's a cool ugly. It's based on a mata mata turtle (I think), so it's obviously not going to be the prettiest of Pokemons. I like the unique typing, Fire/Dragon. I think it's the third Pokemon to have this typing, but the there ones were a legendary and a mega evolution. Shell Trap is an interesting move. Turtonator looks like a tank Pokemon. I'm debating whenever to put him or Salandit in my Moon team
This is actually a pretty cool design.
It apparently clings to tall people. That's actually kinda funny XD.
I think this Pokemon is OK. Not a definite Pokemon for me, but still nice.
I kinda like how it's just pure fighting, instead of also being water. While I don't dislike Water-type Pokemons (Popplio is my favorite gen 7 baby), I think we have enough (Although another Water/Fighting would be cool). Apparently, it's based off a Coconut Crab, a species that can't swim. So that explains the lack of water
Sandygast and Palossand
It can't be hawaii without a sand Pokemon :D
Sandgygast is a cute. At least imo, and Palossand is super awesome as far as inanimate object Pokemons go. Before you say "omg a pile of sand waaat they're running out of ideas", just remember that:
Gen 1 had a rock with arms, a group of eggs, a sludge, and a pokeball.
Gen 2 had letters and a seed,
Gen 3 had a lily pad and acorn.
Gen 4 had a bell, bonsai, and a washng machine
Gen 5 had gears, trash bag, and ice cream
and Gen 6 had keys, tree, and a pumpkin.
Pokemons can be based on anything, not just animals. They've been doing this since the beginning....
...Where was I? Oh yeah. Palossand is my favorite out of the bunch. It's so freaking awesome. I like the typing and the ability is interesting (although actually having to take the damage...ugh). They're both are terrifying, though. Have you read their description? They're quite horrifying.
OH MY GOD SO CUTE
. This thing is so adorable!
I love Stufful. It's a little teddy bear! It even has a tag in its behind! And it falls over when it attacks! Aw!
A cute pre-evolution to what I considered a already cute Pokemon. Now I'm tempted a catch 2 Stufful. One to evolve into Bewear, the other just to keep as Stufful.
So to sum it up
So what do you think of these fine additions? Which is your favorite? Have any of them secure a spot on your team?
#2: Stufful, the Flailing Pokemon