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Rainer by Novoni Rainer by Novoni
I forgot to add these to my glitchdex, haha.

Rainer, the secret "Pokegod" evolution of Blastoise from the good old days of Red and Blue.

Scientists, following in the footsteps of those that created the first Mewtwo, were working with genetically altered clones of a Charmeleon, Wartortle, and Ivysaur. However, due to an accident involving elevated amounts of radiation, the Pokemon evolved, but not into the expected Blastoise, Charizard, and Venusaur. Or so goes my explanation of them ;)

Sprites (c) Novoni. Sorry for the obnoxious watermark, by the way, I'm just over-protective XD

Not to be used anywhere else

Pokemon (c) Nintendo and Game Freak
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KidBobobo Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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kwanzaa-robot Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2013
It's amazing how similar this is to Mega Blastoise. :D
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Tyrannosore Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2013
Woah! like, alternate Pokemon! So cool! i had a dream about that!
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Pokeghost Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
All of your pokegod sprites are so awesome! And you know, the same scientists who where cloning mew did actully try to clone a bulbasaur, Charmander and squirtle, as well as one of the scintist's daughters who had apparently died! They where trying to get more powerful forms of them or something like that (other then the daughter. I think the daughter is the only reason the scientist tried to clone anything). If you don't believe me it's on YouTube. I think it might be the origin of mewtwo extended version or something like that....if you do look for it and that doesn't work, try mewtwo and Amber.
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GLENNDAFROG Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
yes, those clones of the starters where the clones mewtwo used in the movie as blastoise, charizard, and venusaur
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MegaLucasModelML Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2010
What is a pokegod?
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Quilava23 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
PokéGods is a term used to refer to a certain group of fake Pokémon whose Pokédex numbers were greater than 150 and were supposedly obtainable in the Generation I games. The term was in popular use among fans in the late 1990s and into the new millennium, as the Gold and Silver versions were in development. The concept was very much discussed and disputed over on various forum websites at the time, and many edited screenshots were passed off as real to try to "prove" the case.

Most PokéGods were said to be near-invincible, while a few were only considered hidden, "bonus" Pokémon. Codes and cheats to obtain these Pokémon were widely distributed. The cheats usually involved doing odd tasks that could take hours at a time, such as beating the Pokémon League a predetermined number of times, usually with set Pokémon.

writing goes to bulbapedia not me.
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RubiiGameZ Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2010
aw fk i wanna use so bad!!!
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Gevaarvol Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
its awsome but, It has one less cannon, and its somehow BETTER than blastoise? maybe if it had 3 cannons......
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Digit-Aria Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2010
I must say that I really enjoy all three of your PokeGod interpretations of the three starters. I was wondering if you ever planned on trying any of the other PokeGods?
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