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Voltorb Anatomy- Pokedex Entry

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WillieMangaStudent Photographer

Hehehehe. Looking back on this it looks a bit like Krang from TMNT.

JosunTomoro's avatar
This is probably one of the darkest of the Pokemon entries.
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With their flesh constantly mutating and changing I wonder if they are indeed in constant pain, as new nerves would constantly be forming and decaying
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ParsnipsingularityHobbyist General Artist
Oh... Oh god...
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GaryBonesHobbyist General Artist
So does that mean the Voltorbs are artificial Pokémons?
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I was NOT expecting this thing to have organic matter inside it!
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Epic dude
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10SeriesTotHobbyist General Artist
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CutiesaursHobbyist General Artist
I don’t think that how Vortorbe are made because in one episode of the anime James found his poke ball with Carnivinev inside in his old family summer home.
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thebigcrunchone9Student Digital Artist
I wonder what an electrode's anatomy looks like?
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AskGoverntaleStudent Traditional Artist
Instead of flesh it's just a bomb
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thebigcrunchone9Student Digital Artist
Wow cool. So it's like the flesh is gone completely. I wonder how old a Voltorb is as a pokemon species like how long they've been around?
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AskGoverntaleStudent Traditional Artist
Most likely ten or less years after the first Pokeball was created.
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thebigcrunchone9Student Digital Artist
Cool. Or at least first modern one as in Pokemon 4ever Oak as a kid used an old fashioned one.
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AskGoverntaleStudent Traditional Artist
It would be cool to see an Old Pokeball Voltorb though
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thebigcrunchone9Student Digital Artist
Yep it would be if they existed.
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AskGoverntaleStudent Traditional Artist
Maybe Nintendo will make it someday.
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this is utterly terrifying!
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Very similar to the Toclafane Spheres from Doctor Who! Will we get an Electrode anatomy? :) (Smile) +fav 
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ThehivehHobbyist Digital Artist
I quoted you and showed this image in a "talk" in this image:
VoltorbElectrode by JordanosArt
From JordanosArt , I hope there is no problem.

(We are talking about the internal anatomy of an Electrode)
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Christopher-StollProfessional Digital Artist
There's absolutely no problem :D Thank you for asking!
I'm always happy to see people interacting with and referencing my work. 
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wojti2000Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is literally the most disturbing pokemon-based thing I've ever read.

Nice.
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ParsnipsingularityHobbyist General Artist
Honestly it borders on SCP-worthy.
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Poor lil' thing.

Also, that explains why the shinies are blue- Poke Balls malfunction far more often than Great Balls, and all the other balls are unable to malfunction.
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