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The adorable apple-themed Apelin line features a trio of dragons based on the indelible image of a worm inside an apple, creating some of Gen 8's most memorable Pokémon designs.

Electrode

Electrode, the upside-down Pokéball-shaped creature, is one of the few Pokémon that, oddly enough, are named after just about anything in the real world.

Scorbunny

There were some mixed feelings about the designs for the Gen 8 debut, but it doesn't matter how fans feel about them.

Vanillite, Vanillish, & Vanilluxe

Gen 5 introduced this trio of adorable Ice-type ice cream cones with faces, adding to the long tradition of modeling Pokémon dating back to inanimate objects back in Gen 1.

Cramorant

Based on the real-life cormorant bird, Cramorant is a crooked-looking flying and water-type Pokémon that closely resembles a cartoon version of the actual bird.

Mewtwo

This classic legend is now known for his gorgeous appearance, incredible power and innate coolness which he has displayed in many video games, anime.

Ekans & Arbok

Based on his age when he discovered the Pokémon franchise, fans may remember the moment he first understood the fact that the names Akans and Arbok were just "snake" and "cobra."

Hoopa

As a legendary Pokémon with the ability to manipulate space via teleporting hoops and an "unbound" form that's actually tough and powerful, Hoopa has a tremendous name.

Seel

As a legendary Pokémon with the ability to manipulate space via teleporting hoops and an "unbound" form that's actually tough and powerful, Hoopa has a tremendous name.