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Pokémon fans create concepts, models for Hisuian Honedge series

Pokémon Legend: Arceus introduces the player to the region of Hisui, a land that would later be known as Sinnoh. Keeping with the tradition of recent titles, a variety of new Pokémon and forms have made their debut in this game, giving new life to some memorable creatures.

One fan decided to create a concept for a Hisuian form perfectly suited to appearing in Hisui due to the area’s similarity to Japan’s industrial development. This work depicts the Honedge line, first introduced in the Kalos region in Pokémon X and Y, in the form of traditional Japanese weapons and images. Honedge, Doublade, and Aegislash don’t usually appear in the Hisui region, so these concepts make them much more relevant.

This new evolution of Hisuian Doublade, the Slashogun, is based on the masks of the shoguns, although it looks much more fearsome. Slashoguns even use the blade as teeth while the sheath of the sword acts as a bloody hand to grab the opponent. This Pokémon would be a great addition to bringing traditional Japanese inspiration throughout Hisui, but unfortunately only exists through this fan concept.

Another fan decided to use this concept and model what Hisuian Doublade looks like in game, including both forms from original fan work. In particular, Doublade takes the form of two katanas, instead of its traditional two swords. The Doublade’s clad form looks even more terrifying, as its bright orange eyes peer into souls beyond its elegant black and gold shells.

Although these fan-made regional variations do not appear in Pokémon Legend: ArceusThere are many official Hisuian forms that players can explore while adventuring through Hisui expansions.

https://dotesports.com/pokemon/news/pokemon-fans-create-concepts-models-for-hisuian-honedge-line Pokémon fans create concepts, models for Hisuian Honedge series

Emma Bowman

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