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here's what Cyneler would be as a Pokemon



Aka the royal sword pokemon.





infact the two forms could represent What paladin's oaths they take.

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Zhara would probably be a Meloetta. 




"Its melodies are sung with a special vocalization method that can control the feelings of those who hear it." - Pokedex entry for Alpha Sapphire, Y, and Black.


Liara could be a number of Pokemon but I picked Blissey.




"It has a very compassionate nature. If it sees a sick Pokémon, it will nurse the sufferer back to health." - Pokedex entry for Silver.

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[align=center]Eylili Eyli[/align]





[align=center]Leafeon, the Verdant Pokémon[/align]

[align=center]Type: Grass[/align]

[align=center]Ability: Leaf Guard (Hidden: Chlorophyll)[/align]

[align=center]Nature: Careful[/align]


[align=center]Just like a plant, it uses photosynthesis. As a result, it is always enveloped in clear air. - Diamond & Pearl (2006) (I have Pearl, my first Pokémon game~)[/align]


[align=center]It basically does not fight. With cells similar to those of plants, it can perform photosynthesis. - Platinum (2008)[/align]



[align=center]Leaf Guard - During harsh sunlight, Leaf Guard prevents the Pokémon from being afflicted by non-volatile status conditions and Yawn(including via the Flame Orb and Toxic Orb).If a Pokémon with this Ability is drowsy due to Yawn, if there is harsh sunlight when it would fall asleep the Ability activates and keeps it awake.



Chlorophyll - During harsh sunlight, the Speed stat of Pokémon with this Ability is doubled.




[align=center]Yanlin Chow[/align]




[align=center]Haxorus, the Axe Jaw Pokémon[/align]

[align=center]Type: Dragon[/align]

[align=center]Ability: Mold Breaker (Hidden: Unnerve)[/align]

[align=center]Nature: Adamant[/align]


[align=center]They are kind but can be relentless when defending territory. They challenge foes with tusks that can cut steel. - Black (2010)


[align=center]Their sturdy tusks will stay sharp even if used to cut steel beams. These Pokémon are covered in hard armor. - White (2010) (I have this, too~)[/align]



[align=center]Mold Breaker - Mold Breaker ignores the effects of Abilities that could potentially affect the damage or effects of a move that its user executes.[/align]



Unnerve - Unnerve causes the opponent to be unable to eat its own held Berry.




[align=center]Nanahiqi Sosohiqi[/align]



[align=center]Mienfoo, the Martial Arts Pokémon[/align]

[align=center]Type: Fighting[/align]

[align=center]Ability: Inner Focus (Hidden: Reckless)[/align]

[align=center]Nature: Sassy[/align]


[align=center]They have mastered elegant combos. As they concentrate, their battle moves become swifter and more precise. - White (2010)

It takes pride in the speed at which it can use moves. What it loses in power, it makes up for in quantity. - Black 2 & White 2 (2012)[/align]



[align=center]Inner Focus - Inner Focus prevents the Pokémon from flinching. However, Pokémon with this Ability can still flinch to a Pokémon with Mold BreakerTeravolt or Turboblaze.[/align]



[align=center]Reckless - Reckless increases the base power of moves which cause recoil or crash damage by 20%, except Struggle.[/align]




[align=center]C'ayizme Nunh[/align]



[align=center]Pyroar, the Royal Pokémon[/align]

[align=center]Type: Fire / Normal[/align]

[align=center]Ability: Rivalry (Hidden: Moxie)[/align]

[align=center]Nature: Brave[/align]


[align=center]The male with the largest mane of fire is the leader of the pride. - X (2013)


[align=center]With fiery breath of more than 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit, they viciously threaten any challenger. The females protect the pride’s cubs. - Y (2013) (I have this one as well!)[/align]



[align=center]Rivalry - When using a move, Rivalry raises the power of the move by 25% if the target and the Pokémon with this Ability have the same gender, but reduces base power by 25% if the target and the Pokémon with this Ability have opposite genders. If the Pokémon with this Ability or the target is genderless, the move's power is unaffected.[/align]



Moxie - When a Pokémon with Moxie causes another Pokémon (including allies) to faint through direct damage, its Attack rises by one stage. Moxie will not be activated by indirect damage, such as through Sandstorm or an item like Rocky Helmet.




[align=center]Ilakha Moks[/align]



[align=center]Comfey, the Posy Picker Pokémon[/align]

[align=center]Type: Fairy[/align]

[align=center]Ability: Triage (Hidden: Natural Cure)[/align]

[align=center]Nature: Mild[/align]


[align=center]It attaches flowers to its highly nutritious vine. This revitalizes the flowers, and they give off an aromatic scent. - Sun (2016)


[align=center]Baths prepared with the flowers from its vine have a relaxing effect, so this Pokémon is a hit with many people. - Moon (2016) (Got this, too! Can't wait for Ultra versions!)


[align=center]Triage - Triage increases the priority of moves that restore HP used by the Pokémon with this Ability by 3, including both damaging moves and status moves.[/align]


[align=center]Hidden Cure - Natural Cure heals any status conditions upon switching out or completing a battle (if it was in battle at the end of the battle).[/align]




[align=center]Altantsetseg Torgud[/align]



[align=center]Bisharp, the Sword Blade Pokémon[/align]

[align=center]Type: Dark / Steel[/align]

[align=center]Ability: Defiant (Hidden: Pressure)[/align]

[align=center]Nature: Serious[/align]



[align=center]Bisharp pursues prey in the company of a large group of Pawniard. Then Bisharp finishes off the prey. - White (2010)


[align=center]This pitiless Pokémon commands a group of Pawniard to hound prey into immobility. It then moves in to finish the prey off. - Black 2 & White 2 (2012)




[align=center]Defiant - When a stat of a Pokémon with this Ability is lowered by an opponent, its Attack is increased by two stages.[/align]



[align=center]Pressure - When a Pokémon with Pressure is targeted by a foe's move, one additional PP is deducted upon execution. Consequently, extra PP is deducted even if the foe's move misses, has multiple targets, or is rendered ineffective due to immunity. Pressure applies to allies targeting the Pokémon.[/align]

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