Early copies of Pokémon Legends: Arceus somehow the street date broke last week and set the internet ablaze with details about the highly anticipated game. We recently looked around all new pocket monsters Players can train when Arceus launches on January 28, but now it’s time to get down to the important stuff: giant Pokemon that people talk about weirdly (though not surprisingly) sexually.
Just a warning, from this point onwards everything will be getting close to spoiler territory so tap away if you’re waiting to see it Pokémon Legends: Arceus for themselves.
Pokémon of the same species come in different sizes Pokémon Legends: Arceus. Sometimes you’ll need to catch multiples of the same size while completing the game’s research tasks, but it’s unclear if size matters elsewhere. However, a classification of Pokémon always tipps the scales, leading to some of the larger specimens absolutely towering over the player. These are called Alpha Pokémon.
“During your expeditions, you sometimes encounter Alphas: Pokémon that are larger than normal and have bright red eyes.” the official Pokémon Legends: Arceus website explained. “Alphas will follow you and attack if they notice you. They are tough opponents, but they become great allies if you manage to catch them. They can even drop rare items if you defeat them in battle.”
According to people who are study the inner workings of the game code, every single Pokémon in Pokémon Legends: Arceus is assigned a size value ranging from zero to 255. This number scales the creature’s model in the game world, producing Pokémon that range from very, very small to monstrously huge. Alphas always get 255, making them the largest Pokemon in the game.
Social media is currently inundated with people infatuated with these giant Pokémon, especially when it comes to species with more human-like traits.
“With those big Pokemon in there Arceus, where about [to] enter the please step on me era of Pokemon.” joked another next to a screenshot of Lopunny.
A comment on the r/PokeLeaks subreddit even had the audacity to introduce the phrase “Machoke me Daddy” to my inner monologue, where unfortunately it will live on as an intrusive thought for the foreseeable future.
Pokémon Legends: Arceus The hype is peaking, a din of excitement that has only grown with the last week of leaks. Here one hopes for this experiment Pokémon The game lives up to its high potential. Either way, you still have a few days to come up with salacious captions for your giant Pokémon screenshots, so get started.