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Girafarig finally gets its first evolutionary form



Girafarig finally gets its first evolutionary form

Girafarig finally gets an Evolution!

Try saying Girafarig very quickly three times in a row! Well, did you make it without a slip? Then start again with Farigiraf! The latter is the evolution of Girafarig, revealed in the latest Pokémon Crimson and Crimson trailer.

This is what Farigiraf looks like

The Giraffe Pokémon, which was first introduced in Generation II (i.e., Pokémon Gold and Silver), finally contains a form of evolution:

  • Farigiraf
  • long neck pokemon
  • Type: Normal/Psycho
  • Size: 3.2m
  • Weight: 160.0 kg

You may remember that Girafarig has two heads, a giraffe head and a…uhhh another smaller head right on the tail. According to the official Crimson and Crimson website, during development the main head and tail joined together, so he now wears a sort of helmet that serves as a defense for the main head (best seen in the image). image 2 in the tab).

The Pokémon also uses the closed helmet as an offensive weapon. He is said to be able to “even pulverize stone and shatter steel”, cool! Other particularities:

  • Ruminant Ability: If a Pokémon with this ability eats a berry, it will eat it again at the end of the next turn.
  • Ability tail armor: prevents opposing Pokémon from using first-strike attacks

Check out the latest Pokémon Crimson and Crimson gameplay trailer below:

Pokémon Crimson + Crimson - The new trailer shows almost 15 minutes of gameplay


Pokémon Crimson & Crimson – A new trailer shows nearly 15 minutes of gameplay

Pokémon Crimson and Crimson – Release, Pokémon Gen 9 and more information

Pokémon Crimson and Crimson will be released on November 18, 2022 for Nintendo Switch and takes us to the Paldea region. It is a homogeneous open world inspired by Spain and Portugal. You can see an early illustration of the map here.

Of course, Crimson and Crimson introduces a whole new set of pocket monsters with Generation 9. You can find all confirmed Gen 9 Pokémon so far, as well as all returns from previous editions, in this GamePro list.

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