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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It’s small, turtle-like, and rarely found in the wild. Squritle, the Tiny Turtle Pokemon, is the Kanto region’s water-type starter and is considered the balance between the three. While the Charmander line is supposed to be rash and hard to train, the Bulbasaur line is just the opposite as its mild mannered and well behaved. The Squirtle line isn’t hard to train, but it also isn’t the mellowest of evolutionary lines either.
According to its pokedex entries, Squirtle is born with a soft shell that eventually hardens on its back. When feeling threatened, it will shrink into its shell and spray its foe with a powerful jet of water. Though its shell isn’t just used for protection. The rounded surface of it and ridges help reduce water resistance and allow it to swim at high speeds. Squirtle is the first water-type Pokemon listed in the National Pokedex and is also the most trained Kanto starter in the anime (Ash, Gary, and May all trained a Squirtle of their own at one point). Squirtle’s design is based off from a turtle. Its name is most-likely a combination of the words ‘squirt’ (which could reference its small size or the fact that water can be squirted) and ‘turtle’.
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