If I was a real person, I would find it hard not to eat my chicken. That thing looks delicious.
Oh wait that is what I do, so what is your point?
3: Electrode. (Yes, I know it's supposed to be based off of a Mimic, which is a monster treasure chest, but they could have improvised on Voltorb MORE THAN THAT. What about a Pokeball TRANSFORMER or something?
2: Dugtrio. (...Three digletts, just angry and at different heights.)
1: Magneton. (LITERALLY three Magnemites. Gee, what an amazing design. Sarcasm.)
Also, don't hate on Trubbish and Garbodor. Garbodor's boss. Also, you try making a garbage bag look as adorable as Trubbish.
Wow, that's interesting i've never seen it before.
You just made my point...
If they made a pokemon that looked like this:
I would probably say the same.
So, good sir, I ask, what is your point?
The point is that you where making a big deal of Vanillite being a food pokémon when other food like pokémon exist before it.
I'm not making a big deal of anything. I'm just kidding around. But no one here can take a joke. I posted a professor oak macro and instead of taking it for what it is, people started arguing. With a macro. What the hell.
I think Dragonite, in terms of design, has to be one of the most disappointing pokemon for me. The first two evolutions are so elegant-looking, then it evolves into this rotund, orange dragon with undersized wings and and an overall cutesy look that just... isn't... right for a dragon.
They also say "OH! They are running out of ideas" -_-; well excuse me people, Pokemon is based off of the real world...there are all different kinds of dogs, cats, bears, etc. just because something shares the same "base" doesn't make them equal in stats/abilities etc.
Honestly, it's Dragonair the one I dislike in the chain. Dratini was a cute, innocent design with an adorable nose. The design itself was a dragonoid blue serpent. Dragonair, to be honest, was just more of the same, except not as cute with less appeal. Dragonite returns with the cute, innocent look, but progresses the design forward. It may not be what people expected, but I think that's what made it cooler.