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Orreburgh or Bust by BrightObject Orreburgh or Bust by BrightObject
My entry for :iconkurokikumo:'s meteorite contest! I'll get my professor in soon :)

"Day 23 of Fragment T-34 Analysis:
After finding that the mineral composition of the meteorite was similar to that of Roggenrola and Carbink, I decided to try running it through the Fossil Vitalisation Grid at the lab, thinking that it may be a fossilized or dormant extraterrestrial creature.
The effects were immediate and exciting: The minerals in Layer 2A reacted after only 5 seconds of exposure and crystallized; and Layers 6-8 fused and superheated themselves. At 7 seconds a massive energy pulse, with no clear cause, emitted from the center of the meteorite, and several of the inherent crystal structures in T-34's core warped noticeably. At two minutes the reactions seemed to have stopped--the formerly uneven rock had reformed itself into a distinct, blunt cone shape. Once approached by LA Gargan it emitted several more energy pulses in a clear pattern. After more observation I have concluded that this 'rock,' like Roggenrola and Carbink, is a sentient mineral composite, and a as-of-yet unknown Pokémon species. Banyan out.
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 I designed this pokemon line to be a line of specially defensive, specially attacking rock-type walls. The first two would be popular eviolite users, and the last a great screener, etc. Basically based off of glowing crystals and stuff in general :) (Better-than-average HP, Bad attack and defense (but not so bad), OK special attack and outstanding special defense rounded off with a terrible speed stat).

GEITE (geological + -ite suffix)       
:iconrocktypeplz::iconpsychictypeplz:
The Ore Pokémon

Ability: Pressure/ Filter* (*= Friend Safari)
GEITE congregate inside dark caverns and huddle together, gathering psychic energy to keep predators away.


Evolves at Level 24 into

RYSTALA (crystal)       
:iconrocktypeplz::iconpsychictypeplz:
The Stalactite Pokémon

Ability: Pressure/Filter* (*= Friend Safari)
Floating high near the ceilings of caverns, CRYSTITE emit and store psychic energy, preparing for the day when they will evolve.


Evolves at Level 38 into

ZIGGUROC (ziggurat + rock)       
:iconrocktypeplz::iconpsychictypeplz:
The Pyramid Pokémon

Ability: Pressure/Filter* (*= Friend Safari)
Once three GEITE fuse together, they form a ZIGGUROC, a massive fortress of mental fortitude. It obtains sustenance by absorbing ambient energy from surrounding minerals.



Yup, that's all! :) Cya guys

POKEMON (c) GAME FREAK Inc.



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Goatlactic Featured By Owner May 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
aww, they're gorgeous :3 fantastic job on all the designs, love their body shapes if that makes any sense at all. They're just very unique looking Pokemon.
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:iconbrightobject:
BrightObject Featured By Owner May 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks :DD
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:iconpuka23:
puka23 Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Professional General Artist
Love the smooth shapes and colors, great work :)
Is the middle stage named Rystala or Crystite? there seems to have 2 different names used.
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:iconbrightobject:
BrightObject Featured By Owner May 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
oops, it's rystala lol :P i'm just too lazy to fix it
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:iconkurokikumo:
KurokiKumo Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
looks awesome! I'm going to have such a hard time picking a winner :iconhappysobbuplz:
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:iconbrightobject:
BrightObject Featured By Owner May 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks ;) and good luck to everyone else of course~
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zoo977 Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
Wow! I think the amazing thing about this is that it really does look like it could belong in the Pokemon canon! I love these designs!
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:iconbrightobject:
BrightObject Featured By Owner May 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
thanks! :D
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ezequielsosa Featured By Owner May 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing!!!!=D=D
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:iconbrightobject:
BrightObject Featured By Owner May 10, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
thank you~
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