June 2, 2020 5:34 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Get ready for a new adventure trainers, from June 17 onwards, buyers of the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass, will be able to set off for The Isle of Armor and the first details of the new Pokémon we can expect to encounter, has started to come in, including details on Pokémon who appear in The Crown Tundra.

Thus, welcome back to Who’s That Pokémon? and this time, we’re tackling the Hermit Crab Pokémon Galarian Slowbro:

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Pokémon:  Galarian Slowbro (The Isle of Armor)

 

Classification: Hermit Crab Pokémon

Type:  Poison/Psychic

Height: 5’3″

Weight: 155.4 lbs.

Ability: Quick Draw

 

Description: A Shellder bite set off a chemical reaction with the spices inside Galarian Slowpoke’s body, causing Galarian Slowbro to gain the Poison type.

The Shellder sometimes unconsciously bites down harder on Slowbro’s arm, causing an itch that drives Slowbro to start swinging its arm around indiscriminately and smashing its surroundings. This makes Galarian Slowbro a highly dangerous Pokémon.

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Although this Pokémon is normally zoned out, facing off against strong opponents activates the stimulants in its body, sending them coursing through its nervous system and delivering a jolt.

When this happens, Slowbro’s expression sharpens. With a speed that puts even the quickest reflexes to shame, Slowbro readies its Shellder and makes poisonous liquid shoot from the Shellder’s tip.

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Signature Move (Shell Side Arm): Shell Side Arm is a Poison-type special move in which this Pokémon fires poisonous liquid from the tip of the Shellder attached to its arm. This move may poison the target. Moreover, it inflicts either physical or special damage depending on which will damage the target more.

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Source: pokemon.com

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This post was written by Solid Jack

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