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Saileaf , Dilocano, Ceradrops by Sea-Salt Saileaf , Dilocano, Ceradrops by Sea-Salt
#001 Saileaf
Tree-Star Pokemon

Height: 2'11 ft
Weight: 21.3 lbs

The sail on its back collects sunlight, which helps to give it energy in the event of a lack of food. When it does eat, it usually preys on insects, which it lures by emitting a scent from the bloom on its tail.

Grass type

Saileaf -lv 15-> Dimetree [link] -lv 35-> Spinosword [link]

#004 Dilocano
Smoke-Plume Pokemon

Height: 2'9 ft
Weight: 20.8 lbs

It uses the flame on its horn to guide it through the volcanic caves it lives in. They mostly eat lava rocks, which burn its stomach to emit a constant plume of smoke from the spikes on its shoulders.

Fire type.

Dilocano -lv 14-> Volkera [link] -lv 36-> Krakataura [link]


#007 Ceradrops
Drizzle Pokemon

Height: 2'7 ft
Weight: 25 lbs

An organ located in its beak freezes the water that makes up its horn. In the event of a drought, it can let its horn melt to drink the water it leaves behind.

Water type.

Ceradrops -> lv 15 --> Styraqua ([link] --> ???


Well, here's my three starters for the Region dex I plan to eventually complete. Took me a while to come up with ideas for what to go with, but in the end, dinosaurs are always a safe solution.

Anyway, Saileaf is based somewhat on a Dimetrodon, with the leaf making up its sail is meant to resemble the tree stars from The Land Before Time. Thought it'd be a nice little shout-out. ;p As it can probably be guessed, the name is made up of "sail" and "leaf".

Dilocano is based mostly on Dilophosaurus in terms of the crest on its head, with a little bit of Ceratasaurus thrown in with the horn. Name is a combination of "DILOphosaurus" and "volCANO".

Finally, Ceradrops is based on the Ceratopian genus, with Monoclonius being the closest member resembling it. The name is made of of "CERAtopian" and "drops" as in water.

Micron ink pens, some sharpie.
Crayola color pencils.
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Xbox-DS-Gameboy Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I would totally go with the grass type in this situation~ I love the design of its evolution the most :3
SpeedRaiser7 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014
very nice pokemon
marioking89 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2012
Awesome, dinosaur style pokemon, I'd love to see that.
iherduleikdragonites Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is cool! I love all prehistoric life!

Oh,and just FYI, Dimetrodon is a synapsid, meaning it was much more closely related to you and I than to the dinosaurs. Also, it existed in the Permian, millions of years before the first protodinosaur. I hope my comment didn't make you mad, and let it be known that I love to see your fakemon!
Sea-Salt Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh yeah, I know; I point it out a little bit in Saileaf's evo, Dimetree. Glad to know there's fellow prehistoric critter fans out there, haha.
Kegrat Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
they should make a fan made version of pokemon. this is awesome :D
Sea-Salt Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, there are some around, but I'd be too afraid of doing one in case Nintendo would try to cease-and-desist me or something. : p
IllustriousPhil Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2012
Hmm I think Charmander is cooler.
VikingJorun Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like the idea of a dinosaur trio! It's original and looks nice!
HoOhLugia Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
And it was the same colours!I'll draw it for you soon.
Sea-Salt Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Heh, yeah, that's happened to me before where someone else had the exact same idea for a pokemon. I'd love to see your idea, though.

At the very least, the evolutions should be different. Check the description up there for Ceradrops' evolution. :)
HoOhLugia Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey!At home,i made a fake pokemon called Cerodrop!Cool anyway!
StingaThe9Ball Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011
Sweet an entire dino starter!
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