Pokemon Fantastique’: Day 31 of 31

Megan Highwind here for the last of our Pokemon entries! It is sad that this has come to an end with so many great Pokemon left to mention, but I think we have done a fairly decent job of giving you all of our favorites and telling you why we love them. Without further ado, the final Pokemon in our little series and one I hinted to a few days back is none other than…..

Entei! I will freely admit that most of my love for this Pokemon stems from the Pokemon movie that he was involved in. He was an altogether different main character in the movies than Mewtwo or Lugia in that he acts as a protector toward a human. Even though, [SPOILERS] Entei is technically just a figment made up by the Unown he still acts as though he cares for the little girl, Molly, and wants to help be there for her. [/SPOILERS] Something about the strong look and power of Entei drew me to this Pokemon the first time I saw it. Without a doubt, if I was in a fight I would want Entei on my team and not the other way around! Not to mention, in the games this Pokemon has some killer attacks. It gets the great fire attacks such as Fire Blast, Firespin, and Flamethrower, but can also learn other skills such Sandstorm, Dig, and Hyper Beam. No matter which way you look at it, this Pokemon is a power house. I was originally drawn to it from the Pokemon movie Spell of the Unown, but I will always adore this Pokemon for the fact that even though it emits sheer power, there is also this grace and regalia that make this one of the most unforgettable Pokemon I’ve ever encountered.

Well, that’s it for this month’s days of Pokemon. We really hope you enjoyed the entries and any feedback you have for us is always appreciated. Did you like this segment and want us to do more like this? Is there something you wish we did differently? Or even did we not talk about one of your favorite Pokemon and you want to let us know why we should have? Let us know in the comments below! Until the next entry…

-Megan Highwind has left the party.


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