Raltz, the “feeling” Pokemon, is a play on waltz, referring to its family of dancers. It warms up to cheerful trainers, and takes cover if it senses hostility. Kirlia, the “emotion” Pokemon, has horns that amplify distort the air around, causing scenery mirages. Gardevoir, the “embrace” Pokemon, is a Psychic/Fairy that will protect its caretaker with its own life. Gardevoir has slender legs green hair that curls down the sides of its head, and spikes on the side of its face, resembling a masquerade mask. As Mega Gardevoir, it turns almost completely white; only its hair remains green. Its gown becomes wider, resembling a bridal gown. The two horns in the center of its chest are believed to be the manifestation of its heart; the Pokemon could use tremendous psychic power when it’s open. Kyurem has two forms when combined with Reshiram or Zekrom. White Kyurem has icy details on the legs, and the tail is capable of movement. As Black Kyurem, its left arm and wing are frozen. Deoxys is an alien that has four forms, each focused on a different stat. The main components that are constant for all are a dominant red orange color, a turquoise face, and dots arranged in a triangle on its back. In its regular form, Deoxys has tapering legs with a segmented blue stripe on the upper portion. Its arms can take on different shapes, usually a pair of tentacles coiled in a double helix. In an attack form, two pairs of whip-like tentacles with pointed tips replace its previous blunted ones. Its defense stage has bulky legs, broad tentacles, and its head fuses with the body, causing it to resemble a helmet. The speed form has a sleek black body with thin striation. The protrusions on its head point upward, and the back of its head forms a long spike.
Pokemon, by Alexandre Ka.