A Pokemon fan has created Paradox forms for Sableye and Lanturn in their own designs
Sableye and Lanturn have been creatively reimagined with Paradox forms in fan art that showcases their impressive new appearances with intricate deta...
Sableye and Lanturn have been creatively reimagined with Paradox forms in fan art that showcases their impressive new appearances with intricate detail.
The Past Paradox Pokemon, Tricky Gems, is a Dark/Rock-type Sableye with an eerie design. It displays pink crystals scattered across its body, adding to its unsettling appearance.
The Future Paradox Pokemon, Iron Lumen, is an Electric/Ground-type Lanturn that possesses a mechanical body and a futuristic appearance reminiscent of a submersible vehicle from billions of years ahead in time.
An exceptionally skilled fan of Pokemon Scarlet and Violet has created Paradox forms for Sableye and Lanturn. These Paradox forms were introduced in Pokemon Scarlet and Violet as a captivating gimmick that has gained immense popularity among fans. The concept has served as inspiration for numerous fan art creations by Pokemon enthusiasts, who have imaginatively reimagined the pocket monsters in diverse and creative ways.
The same can be said for Sableye and Lanturn, two Pokemon that have received fresh interpretations in the realm of creative fan art. Sableye, introduced in Generation 3, may not be considered the most formidable Dark-type Pokemon of its time, but certain characteristics make it truly distinctive. Sableye is a Dark/Ghost-type Pokemon with a purple body, menacing teeth and claws, and a crimson jewel adorning its chest. Its eyes resemble precious gems, influenced by its diet that primarily consists of rocks and raw gemstones.
An accomplished Reddit user by the name of OzoneFruit has skillfully assigned Paradox forms to Sableye and Lanturn, yielding impressive results. In this transformation, Sableye takes on the identity of the Past Paradox Pokemon, Tricky Gems, a Dark/Rock-type creature that has the potential to be one of the most unsettling Pokemon ever encountered. Tricky Gems retains certain similarities to Sableye, such as the body coloration, facial design, and head structure, while boasting a long, lizard-like physique. The addition of pink crystals scattered throughout its body evokes memories of Diancie's crystalline features, captivating Pokemon enthusiasts. According to the artist's created Pokedex entry, Tricky Gems resembles a creature from ancient folklore, luring unsuspecting victims with its mesmerizing crystals before devouring them.
As part of the Paradox transformation, Lanturn now assumes the identity of the Future Paradox Pokemon, Iron Lumen. Iron Lumen is an Electric/Ground-type Pokemon with a distinct and peculiar design. It retains the color scheme and overall design elements of Lanturn, featuring a mechanical body with eyes resembling electronic displays. Its fins and tail have transformed into propellers and a rudder-like structure, while its antenna bears a resemblance to a periscope. Demonstrating appreciation for this often overlooked Water-type Pokemon, OzoneFruit has created a Pokedex entry for Iron Lumen. According to the entry, Iron Lumen bears the resemblance of a futuristic submersible vessel depicted in a science fiction documentary. It is believed by some that Iron Lumen represents a Lanturn from billions of years in the future.
As fans continue to craft imaginative Paradox forms, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet have also introduced new Pokemon alongside those available in the base game. With the upcoming release of the second DLC pack, Pokemon Scarlet and Violet will introduce additional Paradox Pokemon. Players will have the opportunity to encounter Raging Bolt, the past Paradox form of Raikou, and Iron Crown, the future Paradox form of Cobalion.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are now available for the Nintendo Switch.