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Most hated Evolutionary Line?

Bronzor is the worst out of the two, but I still don't like Bronzong very much either. I can't really put my finger on why I don't like them either. It's just something about their design...

And I don't like the Chimchar line very much either. They're just so awkward and gangly.
 

meismadatyou

Johto League Master
My only problems are the Pokemon that don't evolve untill level 4435345 (Larvesta, I'm looking at you)
 

ysmr97

Well-Known Member
I've got to say that Trapinch into Vibrava is one of the weirdest evolutions I've ever seen.

Remoraid ---> Octillery?

I've never been a fan of Axew, Oshawott or Vanillite. I just don't like their designs. :/

I completely agree on the first 2! Expecially Oshawott!!!!
 
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adamfitz

poké-lover
Swoobats my favorite gen5 Pokemon!

Don't hate any Pokemon lines
 

Ditto B1tch

Well-Known Member
I don't dislike/hate an entire line in spite of some of them are very weird in my viewpoint. Anyways we could relate features between them even they not being similar on appearance.

Remoraid ---> Octillery
Trapinch ---> Vibrava
Dragonair ----> Dragonite
 

Cometstarlight

What do I do now?
Klink line, vanilite line....
 

Remmie

Well-Known Member
I just don't like the ones that don't make sense. Like Remoraid evolves into Octillery??? How does that puny fish evolve into an octopus???

The fish in question actually look like a gun, and the octopus looks like a canon, and a canon actually is stronger than a gun, so that's why Remoraid evolves into Octillery. That's what I read in TV.Tropes. And I don't like the Bidoof, Sunkern, Wooper and Kricketot lines.
 

Bluelatios*

Well-Known Member
Basically, my problem is with most human stereotype or invention based lines in general, with the exception of the ones that have a real background behind their existence (such as Voltorb literally being a creation of science). IMO, Pokemon ought to reflect the natural elements of their own world, not the human footprints of ours. Its what makes for a "realistic fantasy" if you will.
 

Stymie

powered by insanity
Basically, my problem is with most human stereotype or invention based lines in general, with the exception of the ones that have a real background behind their existence (such as Voltorb literally being a creation of science). IMO, Pokemon ought to reflect the natural elements of their own world, not the human footprints of ours. Its what makes for a "realistic fantasy" if you will.

What about that boy who one day woke up as Kadabra that stuff freaked me well out and I'm not even British! I apologise immensely for making such a terrible joke but seriously I love Kadabra's genesis
 

Orithan

Well-Known Member
I don't hate any pokemon line, but those at the bottom of the list for me are the early bug lines. Nearly all of them, with the notable exception of the Scolipede line, are really underpowered pokemon even if they are fully evolved at very early levels. I also dislike most of the lines that evolve with evolutionary stones because they, mostly if they use them at the second stage, generally stop them from learning any more moves through leveling up and any of those that become forgotten afterwards generally can't be relearned.
 

Mays

Well-Known Member
Gotta say I agree with Woobat. Don't know if it's supposed to be a Pokemon that's meant to spread the love or anything, but everytime I see it I run away in fear of...Swoobat...

Woobat ain't woo-ing anyone soon, and nobody ain't swooning for Swoobat anytime soon either.

This one million times.
 
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