Halloween is fast approaching and Re-Ment corporation just released the Pokemon Forest figures Vol. 5 just in time to coincide with autumn and Halloween. This new set has some of your favorite Pokemon characters like Eevee, Greninja, Vulpix, Cyndaquil, Pachirisu, Munchlax, Emolga and Pikachu. These figures were sold in random boxes. Each box comes with one random tree part, with a Pokemon figure on it, a bottom tree stand and a piece of chewing gum. They are only sold in Japan for a limited time.
Version #1 Pikachu & Emolga
Figure #2 Cyndaquil
Figure #3 Vulpix
Figure #4 Pachirisu & Munchlax
Figure #5 Eevee
Figure #6 Greninja
Each piece of the tree can fit together to form a large tree. If you get the complete set of 6 pieces, the finished tree will look like this:
But the best part is that you can mix and match the tree pieces with other series and you can change the order of the pieces on the tree to make your own customized tree. Each figure box contains the bottom piece of the tree trunk, so you can even make a short tree with one or two pieces if you wanted to. These figures are very fun to collect. There are now more than 30 tree pieces available to make your own custom Pokemon tree.
Although these Pokemon Forest figures are only sold in Japan and will sell out soon, you can still find them on the official Pokevault website while supplies lasts.
Tags: Cyndaquil, Eevee, Emolga, Figures, Flareon, Greninja, Munchlax, Pachirisu, Pikachu
Today the Pokemon Centers in Japan released 12 new Pokemon San-Ei plushies and 6 mini plushies.
This is the first time that they have released mini plushies other than Pikachu and Bulbasaur back in 2017.
The larger plushies were Charizard, Blastoise, Venusaur, Pachirisu, Growlithe, Azumarill, Petilil, Teddiursa and Magikarp. The mini size plushies were Pikachu, Psyduck, Jigglypuff, Oddish, Poliwag and Snorlax.
For those of you who are not familiar with San Ei plushies, they are high quality plushies made with a small amount of beans inside for balance. The quality is extremely good (even better than Pokemon Center usually), but they are slightly more expensive than other plushies of similar size. The plushies varied in price with Charizard, Blastoise and Venusaur costing nearly double the normal price due to the explicit quality.
I dont expect some of these to last long, but you can still find them on Pokevault. Todays release brings the number of San-Ei plushies to over 130 with more in production.
Tags: Azumarill, Blastoise, Charizard, Growlithe, Jigglypuff, Magikarp, Oddish, Pachirisu, Petilil, Plush, Poliwag, Psyduck, Snorlax, Teddiursa, Venusaur
San-Ei company has just announced a new lineup of 12 new plushies for the summer.
This time it will be Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise, Growlithe, Magikarp, Dratini, Azumarill, Teddiursa, Gulpin, Pachirisu, Petilil and Swirlix. 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. Currently you can get over 115 different San-Ei plushies on Pokevault now. These 12 new plushies will be available on July 5, 2018.
Tags: Azumarill, Blastoise, Charizard, Dratini, Growlithe, Gulpin, Magikarp, Pachirisu, Petilil, Plush, Swirlix., Teddiursa, Venusaur
By Brandon Yeo
The Electric Rodent species of Pokemon is one that is well known and is not a common sight in all five generations. It begins of course with the well known Pikachu, the first of the electric mice with brown stripes and a lightning shape tail that identifies it from its various counterparts. Coming with Pikachu is of course Raichu, an oversized rodent maybe, that might account for it slow speed as compared to Pikachu. In the second generation, we are also introduced to Pichu, the baby mice, clearly meant to make kids squeal when they see him, especially seen in the Pikachu Movie introducing the notorious “Pichu Brothers”. Next up is the third generation and my personal favourite – Minun and Plusle, the cheering mice that always seem to stick together and likewise appear together in the Pokemon series. This is clearly evident in Destiny Deoxys as well as in the other episodes of the Pokemon series. For the Fourth Generation, Pachirisu, seeming more like a squirrel than a mouse as compared to its other counterparts, however still similar, identified by its huge tail and its yellow cheeks. Lastly the most recent would be Emolga the flying squirrel pokemon, similar to that of Pachirisu.
After all that description, who indeed is the most appealing of them all? Clearly, Pikachu being Ash’s main Pokemon would be a natural candidate for it, however I may beg to differ. As Minun and Plusle and my favourite Pokemon, my biasness would naturally tend to make them the most appealing, however all of the electric rodents have their own aesthetic appeal. For Pikachu, this could include the perception of a small cuddly mouse and coupled with its high voice, it gives people more reason to love Pikachu. However in Pikachu’s line, my personal preference would be that of Pichu, especially with the presence of the mischievous Pichu brothers that make them all so lovely. Being babies too, this all the more makes them aesthetically appealing. For Raichu however, he personally doesn’t appeal much to me being over-sized and to me, “not too cuddly”, but similarly opinions are subjective and many people do love the Rai-Rai especially with his appearance as Lt. Surge’s Raichu.
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Tags: Emolga, Minun, Pachirisu, Pichu, Pikachu, Plusle