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[Breeding and Special Traits]

Journal Entry: Sun May 4, 2014, 6:25 PM
"The freedom to play"


Perhaps you are looking for more to do than just train and level your Pokemon. Perhaps the thought of baby Pokemon and the pattering of little feet truly tickles your fancy? Then this is the place to start!

Breeding Initiation
General Information
Special Traits
Alolan Forms and How They Affect You





There is something to be said in the joy found when breeding your Pokemon, and seeing the results; in hearing the tiny voices that spring from the union of two of your Pokemon. Trainers in PKMNation may submit requests to initiate (send the note themselves) for a breeding three times in a given week. They may participate in a breeding (where the other person sends the note) another three times in a given week. A Pokemon may only breed ONCE in a given week, and if they have already been bred that week, then the request will be denied.  If you breed two of your own pokemon, that will use two of your slots; one initiating, and one participating.


**On Mondays and Fridays**, members of PKMNation may send in notes to the group to request a breeding.  When sending a note to request a breeding, the following form MUST be used:

Please Title your Note: [USERNAME 1] and [USERNAME 2]*

ID No.
Level:
Link:
Owner:

ID No.
Level:
Link:
Owner:

Any items being Used: (And whose inventory they come from)

* If the breeding is with yourself, please title your note as "Your Username" and "Your Username.


**Please note that any Pokemon used in a breeding must have a reference sheet already accepted into the group and that all information on the sheet must be accurate. If it is not, the request will be denied until the reference sheets are correct.




..::: General Information


Clutch babies are adorable bundles of creativity. With anywhere from 2 to 8 babies to work out, sometimes they can also be quite the challenge. Before a clutch baby can go to their home permanently, either with a new owner or with the designer, the clutch must first be drawn and accepted into PKMNation. Clutch babies cannot do anything (participate in events, have reference sheets drawn, go to the PokePark, be placed into inventories) until their clutch image is drawn and accepted.
    :pointr: Please note, all clutches must have 16 or less clutch babies in the image in order to be accepted. This limit allows for two, full sized clutches of 8 babies to be accepted in one image.


A clutch owner (the person who draws and sells the clutch) can decide to create some of these babies as Design Your Owns (DYOs) or Color Your Owns (CYOs). In this case, the amount of DYO/CYOs must be half or less of the clutch size (rounding down for odd numbers).


**Clutches with DYO/CYO babies will not be accepted until all the babies are designed/colored. You MUST pull the clutch from the group and resubmit it if you are adding the new baby to the clutch.** Otherwise, you can submit the drawn baby in a separate submission to the PokeSales folder as long as it has all the required information for the baby in the description.

A DYO MUST BE CHECKED BY THE EGG CLINIC AND HAVE IT'S APPROVAL LINKED IN THE DESCRIPTION OF THE CLUTCH. All DYOs regardless of their design process must be checked this way. The designer of the pokemon for the DYO is the one who must submit the design to the egg clinic to have it evaluated, not the artist. This is to remove the middle-man process.


When posting your clutch, the following information is required in the description:
BA:
Clutch ID:
Parents: (Provide Links)

Each Pokemon must list its species, special traits, Gender and Types (if Fusions). Please also list the Level of the Babies in the clutch.


All Pokemon hatched from Eggs at the Delibird Market, won in events or hatched from Starter Eggs begin with a Starting BA of 5 and a level of 0. Their Hatch Date is the day you submit their reference sheet to deviantArt.

Trail Pokemon also start with a BA of 5 and a level of 0. However, if the Pokemon caught is an evolved Pokemon, they will receive +2 bonus BA based on how many stages they are evolved to.


Pokemon from a clutch will have varying Starting BA, depending on the individual clutch, and will start with the levels from the clutch drawing.  The highest starting BA for a clutch pokemon is 40.Their Hatch Date is the day the clutch image was submitted to deviantArt.


Clutch Pokemon must wait at least 7 days from their Hatch Date and have an approved Reference Sheet before they can breed. Pokemon from Starter or Delibird Market eggs are free to breed immediately upon approval of their Reference Sheet.

Young under-leveled pokemon often produce weak offspring unable to survive past birth, due to these deaths, clutches where either parent is under level 10 do not see more than a small handful of surviving offspring.

If you are unable to find the clutch image for a clutch Pokemon, and did not save a copy of your own sta.sh with the information saved, then the Pokemon will revert to having a Starting BA of 5, will lose the clutch levels, and the hatch date will become the day the reference sheet was submitted to deviantArt.


When you create the reference sheet for a Pokemon from an egg, you are welcome to add a bit of variety to the pelt of your Pokemon. This can include such things as a patch on a Growlithe's ear, or the feet of an Eevee can have small mittens. Maybe your Pikachu has a beauty mark on its cheek or back. Anything more than this will be considered a Morph (see below).


Eye color is always up to you!

No matter what traits a pokemon may have (Morph, Shiny, Cross, Fusion), they can never emulate a Legendary Pokemon.



..::: Special Traits


Crossbreed
A Cross has a blend of features from the parent species. These must be recognizable features, such as the tails of a Vulpix, the markings of a Growlithe, the ears and forehead nub on a Dratini. If the blend is not recognizable, or a species is not shown in the design, you will be asked to make changes to the babies design redesign the baby.

In addition, the colors used in a crossbreed may be chosen from any of the main colors on the species in the cross.  However, small accent areas cannot be used for color selection of main areas, and neither can eye color!

A Cross MUST have one Type from each species in its Cross
; therefore a Vulpix/Dratini Cross would be Typed as Fire/Dragon.



Shiny
A Shiny has the ability to be ANY color, not just the color shown in the games. Therefore a Shiny Pidgey can be red, green, purple, etc... however a Shiny must still retain the original design of the Pokemon in question.  
For example, a Shiny Pikachu can be pink, but must still have the stripes and the cheek marks.  Removing any marking that is standard on a Pokemon would be considered a Morph (see below).
Special colorations will fall under this category.


Fusion
Fusions are where you have a lot of room for creativity! A Fusion is where a Pokemon has gained a Type or Types from the Parent Pokemon.

Fusion types that are passed along can only be types the parent possesses.
For example: You breed a Blaziken/Gourgeist/Charizard with a Squirtle/Togekiss/Gengar. The first Pokemon's type is Fighting/Ghost/Flying and the second is Water/Flying/Ghost. This means you can ONLY pass Fighting, Ghost, Flying, and Water types to the babies in your clutch. You would not be able to pass on Fire, Poison or Fairy typings since they were not included in the Parent's type pool.

Please note that singular species Fusions must keep all original typings. A fusion Zubat, for instance, would need to keep both Flying AND Poison typings along with the newly gained type. However, do note that a single species CAN gain two new types as long as it keeps one of the base types.
For example, a Pikachu has gained Fire as a Fusion. You can now design the Pikachu to show its Fire Type, while retaining its original Electric design. So a Fire fusion Pikachu might have a red coloring; it might have flames along its tail; perhaps flames leak from its eyes. A Normal fusion Pikachu might be colors of brown! A Flying Fusion Pikachu could have little wings. The possibilities are endless!
In addition, if a Fusion evolves, and gains that Type, then it loses the Fusion Trait.
For example, a Flying Fusion Charmeleon evolves into Charizard. Because Charizard has Flying normally, the Fusion trait is then lost, since it's already there.
Please also note that a Pokemon cannot gain its own type as a Fusion. Therefore, A Ninetales cannot be a Fire Fusion, because it's already Fire Type!


Morph
This is another area where you can be rather creative. A Morph can change not only markings, but also body looks. It allows the expansion or removal of "already existing" traits or the removal of (but not colors).
A Morph Litwick can be short and chubby, or tall and lean. A Morph Eevee could possibly be hairless. Perhaps a Morph Drifloon has stripes or a polka dot pattern on its round lil body. A Charmander could have more fire, etc.
As you can see, Morph gives you a lot of room to also be creative. However, keep in mind that unless the Pokemon is also Shiny, the Morph must retain the Pokemon's original color palette!
Eye colors do not count as acceptable morph colors.


Rarity
A Rarity Pokemon is one with a unique design, normally awarded as the top prize in an event. A Rarity can breed, level, learn moves, visit the PokePark, sit on their trainers... everything a regular Pokemon can do!... with one major difference.  A Rarity has a VERY small chance to pass on their rarity status to their offspring.

Therefore, a Rarity Deerling can parent normal Deerling babies, or they can parent Rarity Deerling babies. If the Rarity trait is passed on, the resulting child MUST look like its rarity parent. The design, with the exception of eye color, cannot be altered from its original design.


The only exception to this is if the Rarity has no previous designs of the Rarity line to be based off of. An example of this: All Rarity Butterfree do not have a Rarity Caterpie design, therefore the clutch owner is eligible to design their own Rarity Caterpie. However, the design must correspond to that of the Butterfree’s, meaning that it must look like an offspring of the Rarity.

Disabilities
You are, of course, welcome to give your Pokemon a Disability if you want to. However, be aware that a Disability will then adversely affect your Pokemon in some way. Perhaps they cannot Battle, or Breed. Maybe their BA is permanently halved. All Disabilities come with a detriment.  Please list on their Reference Sheet if they have a Disability and what the penalty is. You are welcome to discuss with a Moderator about which detriment a Pokemon will receive with a Disability. If you wish, you may default to using Halved BA. With this, a Pokemon will only gain 1 point to their Current BA for every 10 levels they gain, rather than 1 point for every 5 levels.



..::: Alolan Forms and How They Affect You



Alolan forms are treated as just that: forms to the original Pokémon. Ways to obtain an Alolan form are: hatch an Alolan Pokémon from an egg, use a form candy on a previously existing Pokémon (*), and by breeding for them (**).

:note: * Once you use a Form Candy to change your 'mon Alolan, there is no going back. Choose wisely on if you want your Pokémon to be tropical or not before you make that decision! This rule applies to Alolan form Pokémon from clutches, as well as egg hatching. An Alolan Vulpix from a clutch or egg cannot have a Form Candy used on it to make it a normal Vulpix.

:note: ** Only an Alolan form can give birth to an Alolan form.

Fusions will retain the same rules; the Types must be taken from the parents. If you have a Psychic Pikachu it cannot evolve into an Alolan Raichu without losing its Fusion status.

Breeding Initiation
General Information
Special Traits
Alolan Forms and How They Affect You
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xLightningCore Featured By Owner Edited 4 days ago
If I offer an CYO (color your own) in the clutch and it's a shiny, and I have the person color the mon, shall I still re-do it and send it into the group seperatly ?

EDIT: Nvm, if you read, you have an advantage.
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cocoa333 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2018   General Artist
How many items can you use when sending in a breeding note?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
One of each item! c:
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PkmnKitty Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm making a fairy fusion Roserade and I was wondering if I could make the flowers different, like make them daisies or carnations. Or would that be considered a morph.
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Rosbelle Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2018  Student Digital Artist
Hello!

Questions like these are better sent to the Egg Clinic, as it is for concepts and ideas of a design. :>
While I cannot give a 100% yes here, that sounds like something possible with a Fairy Fusion.~
If you're still unsure, consider drawing up a concept and putting it into the Egg Clinic!
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PkmnKitty Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Ok, Thank you.
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TruelyNeutral Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018  Student General Artist
When designing a cross baby, can you only use colors from the parents, or is sort of... Mixing the colors acceptable?

For example, I have a Sentret/Ditto i'm designing, and I was wondering if the main body had to be either brown nor purple, or if it could be a sort of... Mix of the two, like a brownish purple.
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DrakAlGhul Featured By Owner Edited Mar 26, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
You cannot blend colors to create a new color; colors need to come from the original species.
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TruelyNeutral Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2018  Student General Artist
Ok, thanks for the answer!
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CestrumAllure Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Got a question about Clutch Art:

I initiated 2 clutches between my Pokemon and a Pokemon from each of my friends in the group.
Life happened and I haven't gotten around to designing/drawing the clutches yet (Clutch rolls are from November)

Would it be possible to commission someone to draw the clutch designs for me?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
Unfortunately, no. The clutch must be drawn by either of the participants.
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CestrumAllure Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for the clarification :3
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SonaLover Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i have the DYO lapras from the July event and i was wondering what her hatch date would be?
because she wasnt uploaded in a clutch or anything 
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2018  Hobbyist Artist
Her hatch date will be the day you upload her first ref on dA.
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SonaLover Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome thank you!
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DicloniusPony Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2017  Student Digital Artist
So, I haven't joined this group yet, but i've been following it for quite awhile! (waiting for it to open, but thats the semester over so idk TwT ) and i was wondering if my already made Fusion (Mareep/Lunala) would be accepted as my 'main' ranch pokemon? i've been reading all up on these, but i havent seen anything about fusions you wanted to make as a main icon of your ranch etc.
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Hiya! We're glad to hear you're interested in joining! c:

Unfortunately, legendary Pokemon are not obtainable in our group (except through very, very special events!), so no, you wouldn't be able to have a Mareep/Lunala crossbreed; even our event-exclusive legendaries cannot be crossbreeds. You can read more about our policy on legendary Pokemon here.

I hope this helps!
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DicloniusPony Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Awe ;;v;; its okei, i have my very first mareep child (a Ice type mareep, i've had her for quite awhile TwT ) but i hope to understand this group more and one day be able to join!! 
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Just be sure to read all our info journals very carefully and you should be fine. :> There's a lot of stuff to read, but it's really worth it and pretty easy to learn, especially after you join and get to do everything.

Oh also, unless your Ice fusion Mareep was hatched in a breeding group similar to ours, you are not able to transfer her in, I'm sorry. :'0 All new PKMNation members get three starter eggs and the Pokemon you get from those eggs will be more or less random, and they'll be your starters. After that you can start buying Pokemon from other members and breeding your own. o/ And if your Ice Mareep was indeed hatched in a group like ours (for example PKMN-Adventures, PKMN-CrescentCavern, etc) you are able to transfer her in, too! If not, you could always breed for an Ice Mareep in the group to be able to use your design, too!
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tarje Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
If I bred a clutch of basic Minior and I made them all Core form, would I be able to leave them uncoloured and let people choose which of the basic colours they wanted the Minior to be (and then colour them myself and submit the clutch), or would that count as a CYO? I wouldn't want a lil' bab to go unclaimed because I chose green instead of blue or something like that! :)
Thank you!
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Lunarmorte Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Hiya tarje,
CYO are treated much like DYO in the way that only half the clutch can be CYO. The other half have to be fully colored and designed. If I had a suggestion it would be to simply state the clutch you have in a journal or deviation gathering who wants what color before you draw them so you can color them the right color before submission to the group. This way they are simply stating what color they would like without having to design or color themselves which would make the mon a cyo or dyo. Hope this helps!
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tarje Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Ahh okay, I understand! So anything submitted to the Clutch Centre would have to be 100% done, or a DYO or a CYO. I'll definitely do the journal idea, it sounds a lot easier for everyone involved!! Thank you so much for that, much appreciated! ^_^
One more quick question if I may, would it be okay to submit journals like this (sort of pre-claims for not yet completed clutches) to the Journal Sales folder?
Thank you!
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Lunarmorte Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2017  Student Digital Artist
Just remember that DYO's and CYO's can only count as half a clutch and yes it can go into journal sales~ Glad I could help!
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tarje Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much for everything! :D :heart:
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Lunarmorte Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2017  Student Digital Artist
No Problem <3
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grasssnake485 Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2017  Student Digital Artist
If the parents of a cross were both fusions, can we use one of the fusion typings as the inherited type or does it have to be one of the types of the species itself?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
If the cross baby is also a fusion you can use the parents' fusion types as the baby's fusion type as well, but if the baby is just a cross, it needs to have (at least) one type from each parent's species and can't have any types the species wouldn't normally have.
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DevilsRealm Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2017
Yes you can use the fusion typings from it's parents c:
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sinnocturnal Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wooplz. by sinnocturnal
Would a Wooper with a bit more "fluffy" (realistic) gills be considered a morph? or can it be allowed on a regular little Wooper? ^w^
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Aww, your art style is super cute! :> I suggest asking about this at the Egg Clinic; that way you'll get a 100% accurate answer!
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sinnocturnal Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you! I'll go ask there! I can't wait to get my Wooper Boi On a ref - he's so precious ;w;
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Sharkyloaf Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Is it possible to still get a Cross or Fusion without the use of a DNA stone or fusion syringe??? do those items just increase the chance of getting them or can we already get fusions and cross from breeding with no items?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
If the Pokemon you're using for breeding are crosses/fusions, then it's possible to get those traits from a breeding without using a DNA stone or a fusion syringe. If one parent is a cross and/or fusion, there's about 25% chance for the baby to be a cross and/or fusion too. If the other parent also has those traits, then the chances are doubled. With two basic Pokemon that have no traits, you can't get cross or fusion babies without using breeding items.
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Sharkyloaf Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
what is the % increase when using an item on a basic pokemon to get a cross or fusion?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Edited Nov 8, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
I'm not entirely sure about the percentages when you use items (except for Shimmer potion and Modify liquid since it's mentioned in their description), but based on my experiences, using a DNA stone or a Fusion syringe gives you like, a 25-30% increase? Honestly it could be more, too, since I've seen two basic mons have eight fusion babies when a Fusion syringe was used. It's pretty rare though.
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Sharkyloaf Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
k thank you very much :>
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PandoraRose22 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Question...
When evolving a Dragon Fusion Ralts to a Dragon Fusion Gallade, would it be possible to have him get a dragon-like tail in the final form?
Just curious. I want to make him look like he actually evolved, I'm afraid when I evo him right now he will just look like a taller version of what he already looks like XD
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Design questions should go to the Egg Clinic if at all possible! I'm not a design checker, but giving a tailless mon a tail sounds like something you can't do, even if it was a Dragon fusion. That's just what I think, though, so I suggest asking an Officer/Champ about this at the clinic too!
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PandoraRose22 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah alright! I didn't know if we could post in the egg clinic without an image
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ShifterDreams Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist
i have a quick question how many types can a fusion baby have? the mother of my recent clutch is a Ice / Normal / Grass and the dad a fire / flying does the fusion baby keep all of them or only some?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Any Pokemon in PKMNation can have three types max. If it's a two-species cross, it'll need a type from both species, so if it's also a fusion, then it can have one fusion type, granted that the species in the cross aren't the same type.

For example, if you have a Fennekin/Vulpix, then it's only a Fire type, and it could have two fusion types, so it's three types total. But if you have an Oshawott/Vulpix, it needs to have Water from Osha and Fire from Vulpix, so it'd be a Water/Fire type, meaning that if it's also a fusion, it can only have one fusion typing in addition to its two native types! That means that a three-species cross that doesn't share types - for example, Oshawott/Vulpix/Eevee, Water/Fire/Normal - cannot also be a fusion because there's no room for a fusion type.
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ShifterDreams Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist
ok ie never breed a fusion from a crossbreed before which has three types and a fusion that has two types say for my clutch baby could i say take the grass from a alolan vulpix/eevee crossbreed that has that has a third typing as one of the teo types i hae to use instead of say the ice of the alolan vulpix part of the crossbreed?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Sadly no, an Alolan Vulpix will always need to be Ice type. If you made an Alolan Vulpix/Eevee cross/fusion then its types would have to be Ice/Normal/???. In our clutch the possible fusion types for this kind of cross would be Fire, Flying and Grass, since your Fennekin is Fire/Flying and my Vulpix/Eevee has the Grass typing as her fusion type.
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ShifterDreams Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist
ah well i have one more question about the fennekin i have a old design i never used that id like to make into this fennekin but id like to make her a fire/grass fusion is that ok?
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Yes, since Fennekin is a Fire type Pokemon, it will need to keep the Fire type, and as a fusion it would be allowed to have up to two additional types. So yes, you can make a Fire/Grass Fennekin, no problem!
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ShifterDreams Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017  Hobbyist
awesome thank you for answering my questions
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DevilsRealm Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2017
A fusion baby can inherit up to 2 types as long as the type doesn't belong to its original species. C:
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grasssnake485 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2017  Student Digital Artist
I bought a DYO eevee from way back in 2015 that I still havent drawn yet, and I don’t think the user is active on Pkmnation anymore. Do I just draw it and submit it seperately for approval? 
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Lilliepup Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
If the user isn't active anymore, you can't get the Pokemon from their clutch anymore. However you can obtain the design in other ways, like hatching an Eevee from a specific egg (and using OOS items on it if it's a traited Eevee) or getting an Eevee DYO with similar traits from someone who is still active, or maybe even breeding one yourself. Oh, and the design needs to go through the egg clinic if it's a DYO.
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