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Pokemon Compilation #2 . My next batch of these addictive Pokemon. Get ready of the big guys! . This time I've created a cut out of a beach area next to a walk way that you could find in the game. I just want to say first that some of these guys are not quite in minifig scale. Oh, and I have included wide angle shots of them too incase your skeptical. So first up is the juggernaught Magmortar, the evolved form of Magmar. This guy has a high Sp.Atk rate and can unleash consuming flame from it's arms that act as cannons. Don't want to mess with him. Next is the wild Infernape. One of the Sinnoh starters, this flaming monkey can be used as a mixed sweeper to quickly dominate over it's opponents. With his fiery nature, Infernape is said to be most competitive when it comes to speed. Another favorite is Feraligatr, the bulky crocodilian Pokemon. He is most notably known for his battle-like stature, as well as his powerful jaw. Feraligatr moves faster in water than in land, then brutally attacks its opponents by dragging them down into the depths. Number four is the Steel/Water type Pokemon Empoleon. I suddenly realized the surprising use of the trident. I wonder why no one else has tried... Anyways, Empoleon is a large penguin-like Pokemon that is full of pride and majesty. His body looks similar to a tuxedo. I am completely unfamiliar with the new Pokemon, but have attempted to make the popular Samurott. Very much like a samurai and a sea lion, this guy is covered with a shell-like armor and can reveal two hidden swords. He glares at his opponents to silence them and then attacks. I think I'm taking a liking to him too. Number six is Rydon, the dinosaur-like Pokemon. Rhydon's horn is capable of drilling through rocks and even creating tunnels. His strong hide is like armor that can withstand immense physical damage even a cannonball blast. He even has other strange features as well. Some have even said that Rhydon has the ability to surf as well. After seeing a good part usage for his horn, I have constructed Rhydon to become more like a titan (that's why he's a little bigger than he should). Next up are some of my Poke-fails. You have been warned. After making Gallade from my last compilation, I thought I ought to try Gardevoir. But it only resulted to a very easy build, and not much effort. Last up is my laughable Electabuzz (or the Electabust). I've spent quite some time on him, but not to much improvement or resemblance to the actual Pokemon. Blah... So that is my Compilation #2, I hoped you enjoyed them. And here's a group shot of everyone together (except for Scyther and Magmar)

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