Feyrune - the fairy gate pokemon
Type: fairy/rock
Ability: Stone Circle (prevents fairy type opponents from escaping) or Parasite Universe (hidden ability, raises priority of fairy type moves) 
Feyrune is the evolved form of feypiece.
The hole is now big enough to enter. I wouldn’t recommend it though, as the residents of the fairy world on the other side are quite vicious. An agreement of sorts was made with the others in the past that they wouldn’t enter our world if we didn’t enter theirs, and that anyone who does so will be killed as slowly and creatively as the residents desire.
Anyway, feyrune borrows energy for its attacks directly from the fairy world, making them extra powerful. The others have sent angry letters through complaining about how cold this has made their world, but there isn’t any solution to this short of piping hot water through the hole. Which is probably unethical or something. I guess we could just stop evolving feypiece, but whatever.
The pokemon really shouldn’t be able to balance on its tiny legs but it somehow manages. A low hum can be heard from them at all times, which becomes slightly louder just before a storm.
[Fey folk can just freeze I don’t care I just want to moonblast my enemies to death.]

Feyrune - the fairy gate pokemon

Type: fairy/rock

Ability: Stone Circle (prevents fairy type opponents from escaping) or Parasite Universe (hidden ability, raises priority of fairy type moves

Feyrune is the evolved form of feypiece.

The hole is now big enough to enter. I wouldn’t recommend it though, as the residents of the fairy world on the other side are quite vicious. An agreement of sorts was made with the others in the past that they wouldn’t enter our world if we didn’t enter theirs, and that anyone who does so will be killed as slowly and creatively as the residents desire.

Anyway, feyrune borrows energy for its attacks directly from the fairy world, making them extra powerful. The others have sent angry letters through complaining about how cold this has made their world, but there isn’t any solution to this short of piping hot water through the hole. Which is probably unethical or something. I guess we could just stop evolving feypiece, but whatever.

The pokemon really shouldn’t be able to balance on its tiny legs but it somehow manages. A low hum can be heard from them at all times, which becomes slightly louder just before a storm.

[Fey folk can just freeze I don’t care I just want to moonblast my enemies to death.]

Alright so I’m going to France for a week and the flight is this evening so I’m going to post feypiece’s evolved form a little earlier than usual. Also I have no queue so I’ll effectively be on a week-long hiatus.

Feypiece - the seeing stone pokemon
Type: fairy/rock
Ability: Stone Circle (prevents fairy type opponents from escaping) or Parasite Universe (hidden ability, raises priority of fairy type moves) 
A lot of pokemon seem to stump scientists, not because we’re not clever (we are. Extremely.) but because the pokemon doesn’t follow the laws of nature that we’ve worked so hard to come up with. It really isn’t fair. How ironic then that the worst culprit is this fairy. Heh. Geddit? 
Time doesn’t pass in any meaningful way within a certain distance from feypiece, which irritates temptoken to no end. It also appears to levitate and walk at odd angles in the air while actually remaining on the ground. Another thing is that its calculated angular momentum is much higher than it should be for something not spinning at all.
Looking through the hole in the centre of a feypiece lets you see partly into another world, where the landscape is exactly the same but there are more fairies and no humans or anything made by one. Since the landscape of our world has been shaped by humans, it is thought that we are only seeing some aspects of the other world overlaid upon an image of our own.
[No, you can’t use it as a penis ring.]

Feypiece - the seeing stone pokemon

Type: fairy/rock

Ability: Stone Circle (prevents fairy type opponents from escaping) or Parasite Universe (hidden ability, raises priority of fairy type moves

A lot of pokemon seem to stump scientists, not because we’re not clever (we are. Extremely.) but because the pokemon doesn’t follow the laws of nature that we’ve worked so hard to come up with. It really isn’t fair. How ironic then that the worst culprit is this fairy. Heh. Geddit? 

Time doesn’t pass in any meaningful way within a certain distance from feypiece, which irritates temptoken to no end. It also appears to levitate and walk at odd angles in the air while actually remaining on the ground. Another thing is that its calculated angular momentum is much higher than it should be for something not spinning at all.

Looking through the hole in the centre of a feypiece lets you see partly into another world, where the landscape is exactly the same but there are more fairies and no humans or anything made by one. Since the landscape of our world has been shaped by humans, it is thought that we are only seeing some aspects of the other world overlaid upon an image of our own.

[No, you can’t use it as a penis ring.]

z-nogyrop said: I've heard the phrase "in a pinch" used often by quite a few people. Also oh dear god I was at the cottage for a week and I missed the snagglespook line and and and it's just all of my love. All of it. The art for it is just so nice and clean and the names are so fun to say and yes, I think I have found My Favourite Thing. Bless you, good sir.

Ahh! You compliment me too much! I’m now a little worried I won’t be able to top this!

As for ‘in a pinch’, perhaps it’s just a dialect thing. I’ve heard it used to mean ‘in a short space of time’ but not the other thing. I think we should drop the discussion.

But anyways thank you for the kind words! <3

Snagglespook - the specialised pokemon
Type: ghost/ground
Ability: Skill Link or Shadow Tag (hidden ability) 
Snagglespook evolves from oozospook. It is the final evolved form of spooktrap.
After the way-too-long-drawn-out self-orgy that the pokemon undergoes in its previous evolutionary form, snagglespook should be ready to calm down. But it isn&#8217;t, because it&#8217;s a ghost and ghosts don&#8217;t run out of willpower because willpower is literally the whole reason why they exist in the first place. *Gasp*
The pokemon&#8217;s posterior oozoids have merged their tissues and are now effectively swimming polyps, by which I mean they are only useful for locomotion. The anterior oozoid is clearly specialised for eating I mean come on that&#8217;s obvious you don&#8217;t need me to tell you that. It can still see out of all of its eyes though, including the ones in its mouth.
Snagglespook feeds by sifting through the dunes with its massive great mouth and digesting whatever goes in. As usual the sand is expelled at great velocity from its anus to propel it forward, but some is stored for use in battle later.
[I don&#8217;t have original ideas any more. From now on this blog will be dedicated to merging Wind Waker bosses with monsters from Tim Burton movies.]

Snagglespook - the specialised pokemon

Type: ghost/ground

Ability: Skill Link or Shadow Tag (hidden ability) 

Snagglespook evolves from oozospook. It is the final evolved form of spooktrap.

After the way-too-long-drawn-out self-orgy that the pokemon undergoes in its previous evolutionary form, snagglespook should be ready to calm down. But it isn’t, because it’s a ghost and ghosts don’t run out of willpower because willpower is literally the whole reason why they exist in the first place. *Gasp*

The pokemon’s posterior oozoids have merged their tissues and are now effectively swimming polyps, by which I mean they are only useful for locomotion. The anterior oozoid is clearly specialised for eating I mean come on that’s obvious you don’t need me to tell you that. It can still see out of all of its eyes though, including the ones in its mouth.

Snagglespook feeds by sifting through the dunes with its massive great mouth and digesting whatever goes in. As usual the sand is expelled at great velocity from its anus to propel it forward, but some is stored for use in battle later.

[I don’t have original ideas any more. From now on this blog will be dedicated to merging Wind Waker bosses with monsters from Tim Burton movies.]

Oozospook - the chain pokemon
Type: ghost/ground
Ability: Skill Link or Shadow Tag (hidden ability) 
Oozospook is the evolved form of spooktrap.
Well look at that. You managed to catch this pokemon right in the act of reproduction. Because it does it all the time. The whole point of this evolutionary stage is to do itself over and over again. But this doesn&#8217;t count as breeding, because the cloned offspring remain attached to the rear end of their parent.
Oozospook chains can reach lengths of several metres in the wild, though they usually split after getting too long. One of the most popular videos on Poketube at the moment is of a 12-metre-long oozospook erupting from the desert sand for almost 4 minutes.
Oozospook raised for battle normally split more frequently, keeping around five to ten oozoids in their chain at any one time. This is because the upkeep of a much longer body takes a lot of energy that makes battle difficult and movement slow. Long-chain oozospook are some of the easiest pokemon to catch, but the hardest to train.
[If oozoid isn&#8217;t one of your favourite words then you&#8217;re wrong.]

Oozospook - the chain pokemon

Type: ghost/ground

Ability: Skill Link or Shadow Tag (hidden ability) 

Oozospook is the evolved form of spooktrap.

Well look at that. You managed to catch this pokemon right in the act of reproduction. Because it does it all the time. The whole point of this evolutionary stage is to do itself over and over again. But this doesn’t count as breeding, because the cloned offspring remain attached to the rear end of their parent.

Oozospook chains can reach lengths of several metres in the wild, though they usually split after getting too long. One of the most popular videos on Poketube at the moment is of a 12-metre-long oozospook erupting from the desert sand for almost 4 minutes.

Oozospook raised for battle normally split more frequently, keeping around five to ten oozoids in their chain at any one time. This is because the upkeep of a much longer body takes a lot of energy that makes battle difficult and movement slow. Long-chain oozospook are some of the easiest pokemon to catch, but the hardest to train.

[If oozoid isn’t one of your favourite words then you’re wrong.]

Spooktrap - the tunic pokemon
Type: ghost/ground
Ability: Skill Link or Shadow Tag (hidden ability) 
For the region&#8217;s desert nomads, spooktrap are the bane of their existence. They move through the sand as if it were water, siphoning it through their bodies to propel them forwards. And when they gang up on a straggler, there is nothing the nomads can do to prevent them being dragged into the sand, never to be seen again.
During the hottest part of the day, the pokemon encases itself in a protective layer of ectoplasmic goop. The desert nomads are wont to stealing this ectoplasm in revenge, as its removal results in the temporary evaporation of the spooktrap, and it can function as a sleeping bag in a pinch.
Spooktrap also manages to trail sand wherever it goes, even after weeks of lack of exposure to the substance. Testing has shown that they grind up dust and tiny particles of rock in the air to make their own &#8216;sand&#8217; for no apparent reason.
[I have never heard the term &#8216;in a pinch&#8217; used outside of a pokemon game. Is it a Japanese thing?]

Spooktrap - the tunic pokemon

Type: ghost/ground

Ability: Skill Link or Shadow Tag (hidden ability) 

For the region’s desert nomads, spooktrap are the bane of their existence. They move through the sand as if it were water, siphoning it through their bodies to propel them forwards. And when they gang up on a straggler, there is nothing the nomads can do to prevent them being dragged into the sand, never to be seen again.

During the hottest part of the day, the pokemon encases itself in a protective layer of ectoplasmic goop. The desert nomads are wont to stealing this ectoplasm in revenge, as its removal results in the temporary evaporation of the spooktrap, and it can function as a sleeping bag in a pinch.

Spooktrap also manages to trail sand wherever it goes, even after weeks of lack of exposure to the substance. Testing has shown that they grind up dust and tiny particles of rock in the air to make their own ‘sand’ for no apparent reason.

[I have never heard the term ‘in a pinch’ used outside of a pokemon game. Is it a Japanese thing?]

z-nogyrop said: Considering Nosferaptor's diet of blood, would it be sustainable in your region to keep them as exhibits in zoos and have a Vasculeon to keep them plump and happy?

There aren’t any zoos in the region, because it has been established that pokemon are people with thoughts and feelings. That’s why safari zones are more popular, as they give the pokemon space to live, and they can leave at any time. They’re like national parks.

In theory a vasculeon could sustain a nosferaptor, but it would be like eating potatoes for every meal. Nosferaptor like variety, as any person would.

davidlundesanchez said: Man, I freaking love the way you color your drawings!

Thanks!!! :D I don’t really know what else to say to this. I mean I just try to use the colours that seem right at the time, and I’ve pretty much only used one set of pencils until recently.

Nosferaptor - the despicable pokemon
Type: blood/flying
Ability: Insomnia or Limber or Prankster (hidden ability) 
Nosferaptor evolves from nosferal. It is the final evolved form of nosfear.
You know that one friend you have that never really went for the whole &#8216;adult responsibilities&#8217; thing? That&#8217;s nosferaptor. They&#8217;re unreliable as an umbrella made out of Swiss cheese when it comes to returning borrowed things, but they&#8217;ll pretty much always come through for you in battle, regardless of how much experience you have.
Problems with them usually arise when you give attention to people or pokemon other than nosferaptor, as it will take this opportunity to steal from, mock and even suck blood from everyone not watching it. Sometimes they also just fly away for hours on &#8216;errands&#8217;, which they usually return from lethargic and with bloated, red stomachs.
On the upside, nosferaptor act a bit more seriously at night, especially when the moon is visible. Though they rarely sleep, when they do they do it upside down hanging from a branch or beam, wrapping themselves in their wings like a cloak. Organisms with blood they&#8217;d rather keep can relax at this point, as nosferaptor wake up on their own terms.
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Nosferaptor - the despicable pokemon

Type: blood/flying

Ability: Insomnia or Limber or Prankster (hidden ability) 

Nosferaptor evolves from nosferal. It is the final evolved form of nosfear.

You know that one friend you have that never really went for the whole ‘adult responsibilities’ thing? That’s nosferaptor. They’re unreliable as an umbrella made out of Swiss cheese when it comes to returning borrowed things, but they’ll pretty much always come through for you in battle, regardless of how much experience you have.

Problems with them usually arise when you give attention to people or pokemon other than nosferaptor, as it will take this opportunity to steal from, mock and even suck blood from everyone not watching it. Sometimes they also just fly away for hours on ‘errands’, which they usually return from lethargic and with bloated, red stomachs.

On the upside, nosferaptor act a bit more seriously at night, especially when the moon is visible. Though they rarely sleep, when they do they do it upside down hanging from a branch or beam, wrapping themselves in their wings like a cloak. Organisms with blood they’d rather keep can relax at this point, as nosferaptor wake up on their own terms.

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