18 feet 5 inches/248.2 pounds Client:
-1st Anniversery Contest-Classification:
Eel Dragon FUSEmonAbility:
"Millekton's hands attack on their own volition if they see an opening. At the end of an opponent's attack, there is a 25% chance that Milekton (or rather, it's hands) will use a random move it knows."Signature Move:
"Millekton uses each of its heads to attack in succession. Each attack has a one in three chance of being either electric, dark, or water type. Hits a max of three times."
Professor's Assistant's Notes:
Flair is busy right now, so I'm doing the fusion notes. AGAIN. I really should get my own letterhead if I get stuck doing these so often...
Alright, on to the actual notes. Millekton is for FUSE-Corp's 1st Anniversery Contest, and was still made using our fusion tube. Thankfully, there were no problems this time. After the failure of Lulteseot, I finally convinced Flair to give some more of FUSE-Corp's own money back to itself so we could get our lab upgraded. So we now have a whole host of tools we only barely know how to use. We kept the giant fusion tube though, Flair is sure she can work out the few kinks. She's more worried about killing a fusion through inexperience with the new tools than she is about the (admittedly few) dangers of using our trusty tube.
However, I think she's warming up to this new method. After a bit of experimentation, she found out that by using the newer fusing methods (specifically, gene splicing), she can make the fusion keep certain attributes from the Pokemon used in it, and therefore keep parts she doesn't want lost. We haven't used it yet, but we plan to for our next fusion. Flair still wants to use the tube, but she says that she's okay with using this new method until she's sure the tube is safe. Aside from this one of course, which was apparently too important and urgent to risk using gene splicing, which takes much longer and may have gone wrong due to our inexperience.
Oddly, much like Spirakus (who had three of its minds fused like normal, but for some reason ended up keeping the Solosis' mind seperate), Millekton seems to have not had its minds fused. Instead, the minds of the Milotic and Hydreigon migrated into Millekton's hands. They each have shared control with the Eelektross (the "boss" brain") over its arms. Amazingly enough, this ended up being a really good thing. Unlike other pokemon with multiple minds (Dodrio, Eggsecute, etc.), Millekton doesn't seem to argue with itself. It's rather calm, in fact. Still perfectly ready to fight though. Guess we just lucked out that those Pokemon work well together.
Also, wow. Our first non creepy fusion since Unotom. Whoo! Also, while I'm on that note, Unotom finally figured out how to keep it's temperature down at normal levels! It can now can change its temperature from "miniature sun" to "summer wind" with just a few seconds of concentration. It seems much happier now that it can leave its heatproof room, and who can blame it?
I just realized- I should really should be putting this stuff in seperate notes... ah, whatever.
Did I ever mention that I love making up fun acronyms with the first letter of the Pokemon's names? "MEH" is just kinda fun to put in the title.
Oh, and did anyone notice Lulteseot's order? It reads "LVMEB", as in "Leave me be!". I'm so clever!
Anyways, I'm not entirely sure I'm satisfied with this guy's design. I think it's the feet/fins. They look awkward. Cover them up and Millekton looks awesome. Dang. Ah well, it still looks cool.
Wish me luck in the contest!
Check out a battle scene starring Millekton at [link]
and check out a sprite of Millekton of [link]
Although Milotic, Eelektross, and Hydreigon do not exist in my region, Millekton will be included in my region.
Pokemon copyright Nintendo.
Millekton copyright me.