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.
Tags: Absol, Banette, Budew, Chandelure, Charmeleon, Chimchar, Drifloon, Flaaffy, Ivysaur, Lapras, Machop, Piplup, Plush, Raichu, Sewaddle, Slowpoke, Turtwig, Wartortle, Wooper
Hey guys! Today I’ll be summarizing and reviewing the 18th episode of Pokemon Black and White. Our heroes begin at the edge of Pinwheel Forest—a large forest that is notorious for people getting lost inside. It is the only obstacle keeping them from Castelia City and the next gym badge. They enter and are promptly ambushed by a Sewaddle. It knocks Ash down and unleashes a surprise attack on Pikachu. Ash tries to catch it, but it uses its web to avoid the Pokeball and retreat. They try to run after it, but they cannot and become lost.
Iris plans on getting them back on the right path, but is made fun of when she leads them to a dead end. They decide to get to higher ground and spot a very big and tall tree. Upon their arrival, Iris and Ash get excited and ascend the tree. Near the top, they spot a weird looking object. To their surprise, a man jumps out! He introduces himself as Burgh and goes on about his pure heart. Cilan recognizes him as the famous Bug-type trainer. The party finds out that Burgh is actually the gym leader of Castelia City and they join his desire to live in the forest. Sewaddle strikes once again but becomes docile when it sees Burgh.
They all decide to take a rest while Cilan prepares a delicious meal. Burgh explains how Sewaddle greet one another. He, Pikachu, Iris, and Axew all take turns saying hello, but Sewaddle headbutts Ash instead. A prospective trainer must first familiarize himself with these bug-type Pokemon in order to successfully catch them. They learn to “live in the forest” by following Sewaddle and doing what it does. They watch it roam the forests and take a nap with it in the prairie. It takes a stop near a bush of leaves and gets attacked by two Woobats. Just when it looks like it’s going to get a thrashing, Ash takes the hit, which allows it and Pikachu to fend off the hostile Woobats.
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Tags: Burgh, Cilan, Deerling, Patrat, Pokemon TV Show, Sewaddle, Woobat
Bugs have never been my cup of tea. I don’t like them. They make my skin feel like it’s crawling and really creep me out. Though the newest Pokemon games have sort of made me reevaluate my fear of bugs. Why? Because most of the bug-types released in the Pokemon Black and White games have been incredibly cute, their habits endearing. The Sewaddle evolutionary line is no exception to that.
Sewaddle has a caterpillar-like appearance, though is short and wrapped in clothing made of leaves. It has six legs, darkly lined eyes and two circular shaped nubs on the top of its forehead. According to its Black pokedex entry, Leavanny will dress Sewaddle in clothes they made for it when it hatched. Sewaddle will hide its head in its hood while it sleeps. Though its White pokédex entry states that Sewaddle make their own clothes by chewing up leaves and then sewing them together with the sticky thread it creates in its mouth. Sewaddle’s name seems to be a combination of the words ‘sew’, ‘waddle’ (what babies do when they first begin to walk), and ‘swaddle’ (a verb meaning “to wrap a baby in cloth”).
Once Sewaddle reaches level 20 it then evolves into Swadloon. Swadloon is a bit bigger than Sewaddle and is wrapped in leaves in about the same way a person would wrap themselves in a blanket. Its yellow face normally appears to be displeased, or not amused in the slightest. Swadloon is only one of four Pokemon that loses its pre-evolution’s ability, and then regains it upon evolution into its final form. According to its pokédex entries, Swadloon protects itself from the cold by wrapping itself up in leaves. The pokedex also states that Swadloon stay on the move, traveling across forests and eating leaves. The forests where it lives are supposed to have superb foliage because the nutrients they make from fallen leaves nourish the plant life. Swadloon’s name seems to come from the words ‘swaddle’ and ‘cocoon’.
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Tags: Leavanny, Sewaddle, Swadloon