Pokémon Concepts

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Sandshrew

No #27 of the original 151 Pokémon

Sandslash

A Ground type Pokemon and the evolved form of Sandshrew.

Sawk

A Fighting Type Pokemon from the Unova (Isshu) Region.

Sawsbuck

The deer Pokémon, Its from the 5th generation and its set to appear in Pokémon Black & White and Best Wishes. Its the first to be Grass/Normal type and it appearance changes depending on which season its in. It evolves from Shikijika and is believed to travel in huge herds.

Sceptile

A Grass type Pokemon and the evolved form of Grovyle.

Science!

Sometimes the pursuit of scientific knowledge goes far beyond what is accepted in polite society. When normal Science can't get the job done, we turn to "Science!" and the perverse minds that practice it.

Scientists

People who through a great pursuit of knowledge tends to make the impossible possible.

Scizor

A Bug/Steel type Pokemon and the evolved form of Scyther.

Scolipede

A Bug/Poison Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Whirlipede. Pendra is known for being the largest Bug Pokemon in the series.

Scrafty

A Dark/Fighting Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Scraggy.

Scraggy

A Dark/Fighting Type Pokemon.

Scyther

A Bug/Flying type Pokemon.

Seadra

A Water type Pokemon and the evolved form of Horsea.

Seaking

The evolved form of Goldeen

Sealeo

A Ice/Water Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Spheal.

Secret Identity

A secret identity is an element of fiction wherein a character develops a separate persona, while keeping their true identity hidden. The character also may wear a disguise. A character may have several types of secret identities simultaneously.

Seedot

A Grass Type Pokemon.

Seel

A Water type Pokemon

Sentret

He´s a normal type pokemon, very friendly that likes to live in family groups, but also very precocious, reason why he´s always looking for danger on the surrounding.

Serperior

A Grass Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Servine.

Servine

A Grass type Pokemon and the evolved form of Tsutarja.

Seviper

A Poison type Pokemon.

Sewaddle

A Bug/Grass Type Pokemon.

Sharpedo

A Water/Dark Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Carvanha.

Shaymin

A Grass Type Legendary Pokemon that is able to change form when it is near a Gracidea flower.

Shedinja

A Bug/Ghost type Pokemon and one of the evolved forms of Nincada.

Shelgon

A Dragon Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Bagon.

Shellder

A Water Type Pokemon.

Shellos

A Water Type Pokemon.

Shelmet

A Bug Type Pokemon from the Unova (Isshu) Region.

Shieldon

A Rock/Steel type Pokemon.

Shiftry

A Grass/Dark Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Nuzleaf.

Shinx

A Electric type Pokemon.

Shiny Pokémon

The game term given to Pokemon that appear in a alternate coloring in their species. So far a number of Shiny Pokemon have appeared in the anime.

Shroomish

A Grass type Pokemon.

Shuckle

A Bug/Rock Type Pokemon.

Shuppet

A Ghost type Pokemon.

Shyness

When one character has trouble expressing themselves and is very reserved. Usually used in Anime as an endearing quality.

Silcoon

A Bug type Pokemon and one of the evolved forms of Wumrple.

Simisear

A Fire Type Pokemon and the Evolved form of Pansear.

Sisters

Female members of a family that share the same parents.

Skarmory

A Steel/Flying type pokemon.

Skiploom

The evolution of Hoppip.

Skitty

A Normal Type Cat Pokemon.

Skorupi

A Poison/Bug type Pokemon.

Skuntank

A Poison/Dark Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Stunky.

Slaking

A Normal Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Vigoroth.

Slakoth

A Normal type Pokemon.

Slowbro

A Water/Psychic Type Pokemon and the evolved form of Slowpoke.

Slowking

One of the few Pokemon that has two different evolution methods 1, in the anime it evolves by having a Shelder bite the head of a Slowking whilst its holing a kingstone 2, In the game all it needs is a Kingstone and trade. Due to the shell on its head its now balanced enough to stand on two feet, its also smarter

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