Honestly, you need to be mature. It’s a worm! Latest Pokémon Revealed for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet Is one wiggly worm is called Wiglett, and is obviously related to that favorite basis set, Diglett.
It appears that Wiglett is the result of divergent evolution, an aquatic cousin of the Ground-type Diglett Gen 1. It might look a little bit like an eel, but then also look more like a wary beetle, maybe even a flash of geoduck. And that’s all it reminds anyone of.
OK, yes, you’re right. They look like a wink. There is nothing around it. The face is horribly pale, and has a face, but it seems humans are conditioned to see anything long and soft like a penis. Enough.
News of this new thing — no, this is not the right time to use the acronym “mon” — the pocket monster emerges, as you might expect, from your bird’s-eye view. Serebii.net. Apparently The Pokémon Company is showing some scarlet and Violet to the Pokémon World Ecological Association, which I’m glad to hear about. During this time, while introducing a few previously known Pokémon, a brand new Gen IX monster was revealed, Wiglett.
The sad low-resolution video shows small dogs poking their heads out of the sand on the beach, implying we’ve got at least one species of Water here. The multilingual discussion in the video features Pokécists (who are starting to use the term) questioning whether it is related to Diglett, but then concludes that no, it’s a complete Pokémon species. all new.
This makes it the 16th new Pokémon unique to the Paldean region to be revealed, ahead of November’s release of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Most of which have been completely wrong.
Generally when The Pokémon Company unveils a new creature, we get a hint like this, and then a beautiful press release packed with information. So be sure to check back later for updates on this post with all that additional news.