Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, the first games in the series’ ninth generation, were released in February of this year. The game’s new opponents, professors, and other monsters were covered in greater detail in the second video than in the first, which served only as an announcement for the three adorable new starter Pokemon. The third video for Pokemon Scarlet and Violet gave fans their most recent look at the game. It included crucial information regarding the brand-new region, gameplay mechanics, gym leader, and the recently released legendary Pokemon, Koraidon and Miraidon.
Koraidon and Miraidon are breaking a long-standing legendary custom in Pokemon games, which makes fans excited because players will now encounter a legendary Pokemon early in the game for the first time. Since the debut of the new legendary Pokemon, many creative Pokemon enthusiasts have created their works of art based on them, particularly Koraidon, the reptile Pokemon who serves as the emblem for Pokemon Scarlet. A clever Pokemon enthusiast has recently created an original Koraidon design.
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A Reddit user posted digital art depicting StripyKleo’s interpretation of Koraidon. Although there are numerous similarities between their remake and the original, there is one key difference. The original Koraidon, first seen in the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet teaser, has a sizable circular bulge on its chest that resembles a rubber tire and may inflate or deflate as needed. However, the tire-shaped hump on Koraidon’s chest is comparatively modest in StripyKleo’s rendition. The Pokemon community on Reddit loved the altered version of Koraidon, and there were numerous conversations about it.
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The Koraidon that StripyKleo altered garnered nearly 5,000 upvotes and hundreds of comments in less than 12 hours. The majority of responses appreciated the original poster’s creativity and even asserted that the modified Koraidon was preferable to the original version in terms of appearance.