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If Pokedex Entries Were Literal (Volume 21)

Welcome back Pokemon lovers and Trainers! We are taking another look into the universal tool used by all those who love pokemon, the pokedex. This device stores and reveals information about every pokemon you encounter on your journey to be the very best. This video is brought to us by our friends over at Dorkly and highlights the literal meaning of pokemon history. We will be taking a healthy look into the life of Bulbasaur, a dual-type Grass/Poison Pokémon introduced in the original launch of the series. It evolves into Ivysaur starting which evolves into Venusaur. The power of Gigantamaxing has made Venusaur’s flower bloom so large that it covers the Pokémon’s body. The flower’s petals are extremely thick and springy enough to repel halfhearted attacks. During battle, the Pokémon uses these petals as a shield and swings its two thick vines around to attack its target. What is your favorite pokemon? Let us know in the comment section below.

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