Starters in Pokemon Legends: Arceus to get new Hisuian forms! – ARTKEMON

Starters in Pokemon Legends: Arceus to get new Hisuian forms!

Pokemon Legends: Arceus is just around the corner and the Poke fans are getting some new pieces of information regarding the game every day at this point. Recently we got some new leaks that have confirmed that the starters in Hisui will be getting new forms.

As we saw in the reveal trailer, all the three starters were shown in the base form, that is their first stage evolution, their second and third stage hasn’t been mentioned yet, and that is for a reason. These Pokemon will be getting new Hisuian forms in the game!

Also, the concept art used in this article is courtesy of a talented individual on Twitter who goes by the handle @NyulaDraws, so all credit to them!

Hisuian Typhlosion

Typlosion is one of the oldest Pokemon in the Pokeverese making its debut in the second installment of the game. In the Hisui region, the Typhlosion has evolved into a Ghost/Fire-type pokemon which is pretty much similar to its Johto form which was fire only.

Hisuian Samurott

The generation five starter, Samurott will be getting a new Hisuian form that isn’t much different from its original design. Samurott will stay quadruped, and it will acquire the new dark typing to it. 

The second stage, Dewott hasn’t been announced yet and we have no information regarding it as of now.

Hisuian Decidueye

Decidueye was the most popular starter in the seventh generation of Pokemon games; in the Hisui region, this bird will be getting a new typing that is different from the ghost/grass type.

Hisuian Decidueye will be a grass/fighting type Pokemon.

The design of these Pokemon haven’t leaked as of now, and we don’t expect them to leak as the game is where they will be displayed ot the world for the first time. 

All the starters mentioned above are getting a different typing from their original forms becaus of the different climate and living conditions in the Hisui region which is similar to how evolution in real-world works.

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