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Gaiien Region: Water Starter

by Keleri

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Keleri Gaiien’s water starter Seakitt and its evolutions make for boon companions due to their ability to purify and produce water and their excellent surfing abilities. Tibyss’ spines are flexible and can flatten to allow a riding trainer, or be raised high to intimidate a challenger.

Seakitt –> (lv. 20) Suiline –> (lv. 36) Tibyss

Ottercat Pokemon
A mischievous pokemon whose high intelligence often gets it into trouble. The crystals on its body contain bioluminescent bacteria.
Learnset: Bubble, Water Gun, Scratch

Regal Pokemon
A snooty pokemon that can often be found lounging on beaches. It is excessively proud of its crown.
Learnset: Slash, Bubblebeam, Bite, Roar, Aqua Ring

Regal Pokemon
They have been seen at great depths beneath the ocean. The high pressure is a workout for their bodies and water attacks.
Base Stats: (80/80/80/100/100/90) 530
Ability: Torrent / Hidden: Water Absorb
Learnset: Ice Fang, Surf, Ice Beam, Whirlpool, Mist, Deep Darkness, Hydro Pump, Blizzard
  1. CreepyKidInDaCorner
    This is not in my favourites but it is well designed. Kudos to you.
    Oct 20, 2019
    Keleri likes this.
  2. Keleri
    @StellarWind Elsydeon First and best!!! Or best-received at least, heh. You're absolutely right, they can flash lights and patterns at each other in the deep dark. I'm still sometimes split on designing fakemon as if they're animals with elemental powers vs. elemental spirits/yokai, so that's something that might be more on the animal side, while the spirits can just talk to each other psychically.
    May 24, 2016
  3. StellarWind Elsydeon
    StellarWind Elsydeon
    Ah, Tibyss. I'm pretty sure it's the first Gaiien Pokemon I've actually seen art of all these years back and it is still one of my absolute favorites, to be perfectly honest. I absolutely love the colour scheme, the bioluminescent nodes, and the really striking fins. What never fails to get me, though, is that question-mark node on Suiline. What are sea-cats? We just don't know. I'm not sure if I haven't asked you this before elsewhere, but - do the bioluminescent nodes vary between individuals, and does flashing of specific markings in specific sequences have a part to play in their intra-species communication, particularly underwater?
    May 24, 2016
  4. Kaben and Madeleine
    Kaben and Madeleine
    I go for this starter and I want to visit the ocean
    May 23, 2016
    Pixilate and Keleri like this.