My entry for the PokeMOC league 2011 contest (ONLY COUNT THE ONES WITH A WAREHOUSE IN THE BACKGROUND).
About this creation
My entry for the PokeMOC league 2011 contest. My opponent is MG-In a creative rut. The terrain I was presented with was Warehouse. It seems they gave me the hardest one on the first round. Wish me luck!
Not nearly as hard as it looked. I think Crustle turned out pretty good.
Quilava was laughingly easy. Looks good.
Lousy. Let's just pretend this never existed, Kay?
This one's pretty simple. Not bad though.
Not the best Turtwig in the world, there's bound to be a better one, but it's the best I could do.
I spent hours on this, so you better like it.
Judges, please do not judge any pokemon above this notice.
Kinda blocky, but it's satisfactory. It has the advantage because it can pass through large crates and walls.
Just in case you can't see the writing, it's Machamp. It can throw large and heady crates, as well as destroy ones thrown at it.
A better version of my original Arbok. It looks pretty much the same, but at least this one can actually stand up. It has great maneuverability around tight spaces.
My first Eeveelution. It can burn up crates other pokemon are hiding behind.
The most epic bug-type ever, and the fastest non-legendary pokemon.
Pretty much the same advantages as Haunter and Flareon.
WOW! These are good. You went in a completely different direction than me. The judges will certainly have a hard time picking. Just to be fair though... Cody said only the first pokemon presented would be judged so you may want to add your best 2 pokemon first.