Its Demo stores just released the 2nd part of the 2017 Pokemon goods campaign. This time the theme is Christmas. It features Vulpix, Cyndaquil, Charmander, Flareon, Ponyta & Pikachu in a variety of goods including 3 mens and 3 ladies watches, a plush Pikachu, plush mascots, bag charm, thermos, towels, file folders, notebooks, several memo pads, cookies, iPhone case, tote bag, mirrors, pouch, keychains, several marshmallow treats and more.
These goods were not sold at the Pokemon Center like last time. They were only sold in EXTREMELY LIMITED quantity at Its Demo stores in Japan. Some stores only had as few as 1 of some of the popular items like the watches, plush toys, etc. These goods will go fast, but you can still find them on Pokevault if you hurry!
Tags: Charmander, Cyndaquil, Flareon, ItsDemo, Pikachu, Plush, Pokemon, Ponyta, Vulpix
Takara Tomy will be releasing a 1/1 lifesize Lillie’s Alolan Vulpix plush toy on December 9, 2017.
This is Lillie’s Alolan Vulpix. Its the second time one of Lillie’s Pokemon has been released. The first time was Clefairy.
Soft and cuddly. A perfect size to take with you anywhere. Comes in a box. This will of course be available on Pokevault.com on December 9, 2017. With its release right before the holidays, this is guaranteed to be one of the hottest items this year.
Tags: Plush, Vulpix
There will be a bunch of new Vulpix and Alola Vulpix merchandise available October 21, 2017 at the Japan Pokemon Centers.
Lots of goodies to choose from. There will be plush toys, plush mascots, notebooks, hair scrunchies, bracelets, bags/pouches, keychains, tote bag, snow globes, chocolate tins, pillow and more.
These items will be available in very limited supply, so dont miss out. You can get them on Tags: Alola, bag, keychain, Notebook, Pillow, Plush, plush mascots, Vulpix
By Factory Head White
The original 151 Pokemon are often the most well-known of the current 649, due to many of the fans growing up with them. Fans remember fondly raising their team of Pokemon to take down the Gym Leaders and Elite Four. Some of these Pokemon’s designs are easily identifiable; for example, Butterfree is based on a butterfly, while Seel is based on a… well… seal. But what about some of the other Pokemon, like Golduck or Meowth? Real-life ducks don’t look like that, and what kind of cat collects gold coins? These designs are based on Japanese culture, and Western audiences might not know the whole story behind them. That’s what we’ll learn here.
Continue reading “Made In Japan: Kanto Edition Part 1”
Tags: Kanto region, Nidoran, Ninetales, Vulpix
Weedle is a bug type, known as the hairy Pokemon, and known as Beedle in Japan. It can only learn one move through level up, which is bug bite. When it reaches level 7, Weedle will evolve into a Kakuna, and then at level 10, it will evolve into a Beedrill. When it’s a Beedrill, it can learn lots of strong attacks through level up, like pursuit, poison jab, pin missile, and rage.
Rattata is a normal type, known as the mouse Pokemon, and known as Koratta in Japan. It can learn attacks like bite, and hyper fang. When it reaches level 20, it can evolve into a Raticate. In the anime, Ash traded his Butterfree for a Raticate from a trainer on the St. Ann during his adventures in the Kanto region. It wasn’t long after the trade that Ash regretted it, and went to the trainer to trade back Raticate for Butterfree, to which he agreed. Continue reading “Kanto Region Pokemon Part 4”
Tags: Butterfree, Ekans, Ninetales, Ponyta, Rapidash, Rattata, Vulpix, Weedle