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Pokémon Fan Spots Hidden NSFW Detail On Hisuian Electrode But Just Hold On A Minute

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Pokémon Fan Spots Hidden NSFW Detail On Hisuian Electrode But Just Hold On A Minute

Pokémon Legends: Arceus has been out a few weeks now and Game Freak has been slowly introducing more and more of its regional variants - the Hisuian forms. Now, quite a few of the Hisuian forms are available on Pokémon GO and players have been examining the models uncomfortably closely.

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Catching Hisuian Electrode and taking a look at its underside, reddit user u/justice1193 found what they described as a "bootyhole". Yes, there is in fact a small perfectly formed hole on Hisuian Electrode's red bits, which you won't see on its regular Kantonian form. However, let's not get too excited just yet.

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As we know, the new entry to the series brought with it a lot of changes. Modern Pokémon is already way ahead of today's real-life inventions - computers, transferring 'mon and so forth. With Legends: Arceus being set in the distant past, a lot of the franchises technological triumphs were re-imagined and de-made.

One of those new designs is of course the series' classic Pokéball. The PC storage has been replaced by open pastures for your Pokémon to roam in, so the new balls don't convert your beasts into bits anymore. The new design follows a more steampunk look with steam rushing out the top of the apricorn when you make a capture.

So what does this have to do with Electrode? Well fans of the franchise will know that both Voltorb and Electrode's look is based on a Pokéball, using the everyday object as a disguise. With Hisuian Pokéballs, of course, comes Hisuian Electrode and that tight little hole is just to let off some steam.

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If you are wondering why Voltorb doesn't have one, take note of where the steam hole is on the Pokéball, and the fact that Electrode spends its life upside down. So yes, Electrode does have a hole but please don't put anything in it.

Featured Image Credit: Nintendo / Niantic

Topics: Pokemon, Pokemon Go

Georgina Young
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