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Not one of my absolute favorite Pokémon, but it looks pretty neat all the same. Heh heh, Hat Birb... 6.5/10
edited 28th Jan '18 7:24:45 AM by kablammin45
Not sure how much I like its design, but Water/Grass is a cool typing. 7/10
edited 28th Jan '18 7:32:17 AM by Bluethorn
A cute little squishy water doggo. Instant 10/10. XD
edited 11th Feb '18 8:03:57 AM by DrNoPuma
It's cute, I'll definitely give it that. Not really a 'mon I've ever given particular consideration towards though. 7/10
edited 11th Feb '18 5:22:17 AM by Sazandora
Pros: Has the Ugly Cute thing down to an art form. Massive Special Attack points.
Cons: Not very strong, no complete immunities.
Concerns: It's encased in a green, gelatinous goo. I have an aversion to things like that. Thinking of what would happen if it popped grosses me out too much to fully enjoy this Mon.
edited 16th Feb '18 3:22:57 PM by RaspyMink
Forgettable, even with its unique move in mind. 4/10.
edited 13th Feb '18 6:58:21 AM by CaliburnAbsoluteEX
It's not one of my all-time favorite mons, but it's still a cute silly-looking ducko and I like it. 7/10.
edited 13th Feb '18 7:13:00 AM by kablammin45
Same as what Kablam said, except it's a badass, somewhat-scary-looking ducko. :P
edited 13th Feb '18 7:33:07 AM by DrNoPuma
Neat gimmick, neat design too, I just wish it was more useful in battle. 7/10, I still prefer Delcatty somehow.
edited 13th Feb '18 10:25:59 AM by CaliburnAbsoluteEX
5/10, Even if the design is intentionally ugly, it still looks a little bland. It's formerly obtuse method of evolution hurts it for me. But, it's evolution does get more straightforward and it can evolve into a powerful pokemon.
edited 14th Feb '18 7:18:37 PM by Ore-O
Meh, it has one of the most uninteresting designs of Gen VII in my opinion. Don't mind its evolution, though. 5/10
edited 13th Feb '18 8:13:35 PM by kablammin45
I don't know why I love this weird bug-monster, BUT I LOVE THIS WEIRD BUG-MONSTER. 8/10.
edited 4th Apr '18 6:11:52 PM by burinnu
It's very... unsettling, despite coming across as friendly and perhaps somewhat cute. I do like that mixture a lot, and its unique typing is neat as well. 8.5/10
edited 14th Feb '18 10:24:48 AM by Sazandora
It's pretty cute and evolves into a cool Pokémon. 8/10
edited 14th Feb '18 7:06:36 AM by Bluethorn
I like the typing and its design, even if I don't use it all that much. It also evolves into something neat-looking. 7.5/10
edited 15th Feb '18 3:43:59 PM by kablammin45
ow the edge.
Seriously though, its design is pretty cool, I guess, but I like its pre-evolution forms more. 6/10.
edited 16th Feb '18 7:35:07 AM by DrNoPuma
One of my favourites from Gen 3 that I'd always try to use in the past. Great design and useful in battle. 9/10
edited 15th Feb '18 8:38:37 PM by Sazandora
Never used it, but it looks really pretty! And I love psychic types. 7.5/10
edited 20th Feb '18 2:50:44 PM by burinnu
I love the dynamic it has with Accelgor, and it has a pretty neat design. also it's from unova and i am biased. I'm gonna hold off on giving it a better score since I don't know how useful it is, so 7/10.
edited 17th Feb '18 7:24:08 AM by CaliburnAbsoluteEX
Design-wise, it's probably my favorite Gen I Pokémon. It's a shame that its stats aren't very impressive, but Sand Rush does give it something of a niche, and its movepool isn't bad. 8/10
edited 17th Feb '18 7:38:51 AM by Bluethorn
It's such an adorable little doodlebug Pokémon. Plus it eventually evolves into my all-time favorite Pokémon Flygon. 10/10.
edited 17th Feb '18 11:18:33 AM by kablammin45
Pros: Like many actual sea creatures, it looks cool but is actually the stuff of nightmares. Strong, too.
Cons: Not very cute.
Concerns: Per Bulbapedia, "By emitting a low level of psychic power, it serves as radar to detect prey. It grinds down its prey, including Shellder and Mareanie, with its strong teeth before eating them. Additionally, the protuberance can emit a strong psychic power. Opponents bathed in this power are stricken with terrible headaches and fall unconscious. When emitting this power, Bruxish grinds its teeth. This sound is enough to send nearby Pokémon fleeing immediately." DO NOT WANT
Rating: 8/10 would consider having one on my team if I didn't flee in fear upon first seeing it.
edited 18th Feb '18 8:34:36 AM by RaspyMink
8/10 Steel's my second favorite type (after Ghost) and this little guy represents it well, shame about its quad weakness to Ground. Plus, the design is simple yet effective.
edited 17th Feb '18 6:57:52 PM by Ore-O
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