San-Ei company has just released 20 new Pokemon plush toys.
This time its Chimchar, Piplup, Turtwig, Banette, Slowpoke, Drifloon, Wooper, Charmeleon, Wartortle, Ivysaur, Sewaddle, Budew, Machop, Lapras, Raichu, Chandelure, Flaaffy, Absol and large versions of Piloswine and Magikarp. San-Ei plushies are high quality plush toys that are sold in the Pokemon Centers and a few toy stores in Japan. They are very detailed and very nicely made. You can get these plushies at Pokevault.com while supplies lasts.
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Fire type Pokemon are among the most powerful. Their attacks can inflict their enemy with burn, it is like the poison status effect but it only lowers a bit of health but also lowers your attack. Being burned isn’t the funnest thing in battling. Not unless you’re the one with the fire type Pokemon that inflicted them with the burn. There is also a fire, water, and grass type Pokemon given as a starter. There is also a professor in a certain town that gives them to new trainers. Professor Oak of the Kanto region, he studies the relationships between people and Pokemon, and he gives trainers the fire type Pokemon Charmander, the water type Pokemon Squirtle, and the grass type Pokemon Bulbasaur. In the Johto region, Professor Elm, who studies Pokemon breeding patterns and what not, gives trainers the water type Pokemon Totodile, the fire type Pokemon Cyndaquil, or the grass type Pokemon Chikorita.
In the Hoenn region trainers can get their star from Professor Birch, who studies Pokemon habitats and environments, he gives out the fire type Pokemon Torchic, the water type Pokemon Mudkip, or the grass type Pokemon Treecko. And there is Professor Rowan who studies Pokemon evolution, he gives the water type Pokemon Piplup, the fire type Pokemon Chimchar, or the grass type Pokemon Turtwig.
Let’s go to the Sinnoh region, and let’s get a Chimchar. Chimchar is orange, and looks sort of like a monkey. He has a lot of fire power, but there is a small downside to it. The first gym will be kind of tough. The first gym is a rock type gym. The Pokemon will be defensive and the attacks will be brutal. So beware, it can be tough and you might have some trouble. Rock type attacks are very strong against a fire type Pokemon like Chimchar.
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Chimchar had a rough time with Paul. He was regularly abused up to the point of his abandonment, though Paul still made harsh comments about Chimchar when Ash decided to have him. Chimchar was a great Pokemon in the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl series; it’s unfortunate that Chimchar had to suffer throughout the anime.
Chimchar was first met when Paul was strolling along a route and he saw a wild Chimchar being chased by a horde of vicious Zangoose. Chimchar fled as fast as he could until he was stopped by the dead-end of a cliff. It is there where Chimchar unleashed his full power. Paul was watching Chimchar as he dodged the Zangoose’s attacks. Chimchar was so afraid and tormented that he had no choice but to fight back. Chimchar used flame wheel and sent out a fury of flames rapidly spinning around in a spiral. The Zangoose ran away quickly and Chimchar remained in the centre of the ash and flames. Paul realised Chimchar’s power and walked up to Chimchar, asking if Chimchar would like to go with him.
Chimchar was part of Paul’s team. He was shown battling with Paul many times in the anime but most of the time he lost. Paul was getting frustrated with Chimchar as he had never repeated his true power that he unleashed when fighting the group of Zangoose so he criticised it for being weak. Paul regularly tried to get Chimchar to show his power again so he tortured it by making it fight stronger Pokemon that were too powerful for it to defeat. Paul’s idea of training Chimchar was seriously wrong. He even made his Pokemon team attack him in hopes of re-creating his true power. Ash saw what was going on and explained that it was wrong and not the right way to treat Pokemon but Paul ignored this. Paul wouldn’t even send Chimchar to the Pokemon center when it was injured as he didn’t care for it.
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It’s agile, witty, and a bit mischievous. Chimchar, the Chimp Pokemon, is the Sinnoh region’s fire-type starter. Because it is so quick, it is able to land attacks quickly, though lacks a bit when it comes to its health and defense (as well as special defense) stats. Its design is most-likely based off from a young chimpanzee, though the facial markings on its evolutions and the slightly colored rear could possibly be based off from a young baboon.
Chimchar starts off as being small and quick. Its pokedex entries state that because it is so agile, it is able to climb nimbly up sheer rock faces to live atop the craggy mountains. Because its flame will not be put out by even the rain, it extinguishes its own tail flame before going to sleep to prevent fires. Chimchar’s name most-likely derives from the words ‘chimpanzee’ (‘chimp’ for short) and ‘charcoal’ or simply ‘char’ as it means “to burn”.
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Tags: Chimchar, Infernape, Monferno, Sinnoh Region