Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 4

Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 4 Single Pack Figure Case
(Budew, Cherrim, Crobat, Electivire, Girafarig, Grotle, Misdreavus, Monferno, Prinplup, Shieldon, Shinx, and Staravia)
Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 4Following up on my first post on the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures for Wave 1, this post is about Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures for Wave 4 Single Pack Action Figure Case. This case contains 12 individually-packaged figures, which include the following characters: Budew, Cherrim, Crobat, Electivire, Girafarig, Grotle, Misdreavus, Monferno, Prinplup, Shieldon, Shinx, and Staravia. The pokemons are subjected to change though.

Looking at the above picture, I will describe the various pokemon starting from the top left hand corner, then from left to right from the top row to the bottom.

Budew Pokemon Action Figure
Budew was first introduced to the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl series as Roselia's pre-evolved form. The Budew is a dual-type Pokémon that has the elements of Grass and Poison. It is a baby pokemon which evolves into Roselia via happiness in the day. Subsequently, Roselia can evolve into Roserade by using a Shiny Stone. If you know how Roseila and Roserade looks like, Budew seriously does not have any similarities to its evolved forms. However, when the two "vines" that are on top of Budew's head open up, a big spot can be seen on each of the vines, one of which is blue and the other is red. These two vines are what will be the Roseila Pokémon's flower holding arms, one of which is blue and the other is red. Budew also appears to be wearing a green bib. This will be Roseila’s skirt when it evolves into Roseila.
Budew can basically anything Roselia and Roserade can do, just that its abilities are weaker. Do take note that however the Water Sport and Worry Seed attacks can only be learned by Budew.

Cherrim Pokemon Action Figure
Cherrim is a Grass-type Pokémon which evolved from Cherubi (the grass type cherry pokemon) when it has reached level 25. Cherrim reminds me of sunshine and I guess this pokemon is associated with sunshine as well. Cherrim has two different forms, both of which are dependent on the weather. During normal weather conditions, Cherrim appears as two crossing purple petals with a short purple stem, a green leafy sepal covering, and two deep pink feet. This is the overcast form. When there is strong sunlight, it appears to have a skirt and hair made of pink cherry-blossom petals. This is the form which is shown in the picture above and is known as the sunshine form. Though the bud form is quite docile, Cherrim is much more happier in its flower form. Cherrim is said to release all of its pent up anger when it opens. Because of this, it is continuously happy until it closes again. In the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl game, its Flower Gift ability strengthens it when it is sunny.

Crobat Pokemon Action Figure
Crobat is a Pokemon that does not need much introduction, if you are a Pokemon Anime watcher (Brock, one of the main characters of the Pokemon anime had a Crobat which was evolved from the Zubat which he originally caught very early on in the original series. The Zubat had then evolved into a Golbat, and subsequently into a Crobat. He eventually gave the Crobat to his brother Forrest) or if you are more familiar with the earlier Pokemon versions (to tell you the truth I got quite lost during Pokemon Diamond and Pearl, I’m more familiar with the Pokemon up till the Gold and Silver editions).

Anyway, Crobat is a dual-type poison and flying type pokemon and is also the evolution of Golbat via happiness from the Pokemon Gold and Silver editions. Crobat is a cave-dwelling Pokémon, and has a purple body, which is not similar to its pre-evolutions which have a blue body. Crobat has a stubby pair of feet and has developed a second pair of wings. Two of the wings remain as main wings while it has another two secondary wings, compared to the Golbat which only had two wings. The evolution of two extra wings from Golbat to Crobat allows the Crobat to pursue its prey faster and more silently, as well as to fly longer distances by alternating the wings it uses. Crobat's wings have also developed a more powerful cutting edge for using Cross Poison and X-Scissor. Like most fully evolved Pokémon, Crobat can learn Hyper Beam and Giga Impact.

Electivire Pokemon Action Figure
Electivire was previously described in my earlier post on Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 1. If you are interested to know more about the Electivire, you can take a look at that post.

Girafarig Pokemon Action Figure
Girafarig is a very unusual Pokemon that does not evolve. It is also one of the only two Normal dual-type Pokémon (Normal/Psychic Pokémon) that is not part Flying-type. The other such Pokemon is the Bibarel, a beaver type Pokemon. Girafarig is a herbivore (that means it eats plants) and it resembles a giraffe greatly. It is yellow with dark brown spots on the front half of its body; while the back half of its body is dark brown in colour with yellow spots (this section is smaller in females and only contains one yellow spot). In the front, the Girafarig has a long neck (not considered that long if you look at the modern day giraffes!), with pink spikes running down the back. Even more unusual is that the end of Girafarig's tail has a simplistic head, which even has a small brain of its own! Girafarig therefore has a good sensing of its environment. If somebody gets near its back portion of its body, the head would react to the person's scent and bite! The head also doesn't need to sleep, hence it is able to watch over the Girafarig twenty four hours a day like a security guard.

As the Girafarig is a part Normal-type, it is immune to Ghost-type attacks, which are more dangerous to its Psychic typing. This dual typing also negates a Normal's Pokemon’s weakness to Fighting, leaving it weak to the moves of only two types: The Dark-type and the Bug-type. Pokemon gamers do take note of this rare and useful Pokemon!

Grotle Pokemon Action Figure
Grotle is a Grass-type Pokémon that evolves from Turtwig from level 18, and evolves into Torterra from level 32. It is like a tortoise just that it has trees growing on its back which is like a tortoise shell. Turtwig looks similar with a shell, but during evolution, this shell grows larger to protect Grotle's entire head and back. Turtwig's sprout or young greeny plant also migrates to Grotle's back and grow into full bushes. Grotle has the ability to sense where pure water wells up and has a special affinity for water, hence living alongside water in forests. During the daytime, it leaves the forests to let the trees on its back take in sunlight. Amazingly, berries can grow on the trees on the back of its shell and sometimes Pokémon will just come to peck the berries growing there! These Pokémon are sometimes “carried” by Grotle. Sometimes, Grotle may also carry nuts like acorns on its bushes. Again like the tortoise, the Grotle is a very slow and gentle creature which only battles when necessary. In the Pokémon anime, Ash has a Turtwig that eventually evolved into Grotle. Grotle also likes rolling around in dirt and mud. This allows minerals to seep in and make its shell even harder.

Misdreavus Pokemon Action Figure
Misdreavus is a dark bluish-green Ghost-type Pokémon that evolves into Mismagius when exposed to radiation from a Dusk Stone. Not to sound too horrific but Misdreavus looks like the disembodied head of a human female, with eyes that are yellow with red irises. It is after all a ghost pokemon! It however lacks a nose but has thick flowing “hair” and wears a necklace of red pearls. This pearl necklace serves as a means for Misdreavus to feed on the fearful feelings of targets for nutrition. Misdreavus is thus a phobovore as it eats fear in addition to normal food. Misdreavus lives deep inside dark caves, dark forests or run-down buildings. Any enemies that it encounters would be scared away by its frightening screeching and wailing noises. Sometimes, the Misdreavus Pokémon will attempt to drive its enemies away by biting and pulling at the hair of the intruder. The Misdreavus Pokemons are thus well known to be pranksters. Misdreavus can use various Ghost, Dark, Psychic, and Electrical attacks and is thus a well rounder fighter. Misdreavus is also the only known Pokémon that learns Pain Split by level-up.

Monferno Pokemon Action Figure
When you see the name of this Pokemon, immediately you would guess that it is a fire Pokemon, since it rhymes with the word “inferno”. Well, Monferno has the word “mon” from the word “monkey” as it looks very much like a monkey (in fact it reminds me of the Monkey God from the Chinese classics “Journey to the West”). Some people say that Monferno resembles a Baboon due to the blue and red markings on its face. It is also playful like the monkey. Anyway, Monferno is a dual-type Fire/Fighting Pokémon, which evolves from Chimchar starting at level 14, and subsequently evolves into Infernape (again the “ape” gives the game away) starting at level 36. Monferno's abilities are similar to Chimchar's, only stronger. After evolving from Chimchar, Monferno grows an evident tail which is similar to those of Charmander, Charmeleon, and Charizard, which has flames at the tip of the tail. The flame on Monferno's tail is used as a weapon and the size of the flame is increased in to attack or scare foes away. Monferno can climb onto walls to shoot aerial attacks. In addition, Monferno is capable of a few new Fighting-type moves; such as Close Combat and Focus Blast, as well as Flare Blitz.

Prinplup Pokemon Action Figure
Prinplup resembles a blue penguin. The prinplup evolves from Piplup starting at level 16, and evolves into Empoleon (sounds like the Emperor Penguin?) starting at level 36. If you have played Pokemon Diamond or Pearl, you would know that the Prinplup is one of the three species of Pokémon players can choose from at the beginning of the game. The Prinplup has yellow three-toed feet and a light-blue coloured body. There are four white button-like spots on its stomach and its wings are dark-blue with light-blue tips, with claws hidden inside the flesh of its wings. Prinplup lives along shores in northern countries in drifting ice near freezing water. It is a skilled swimmer and can dive for over 10 minutes at a time. Piplup are Pokemon that have a very high sense of self-pride and dislike receiving food from others. It may be a poor walker and often falls down, but because it is a proud Pokémon, it always gets back up. Prinplup is stronger than its pre-evolved form, Piplup, and is capable of and can learn Metal Claw and Shadow Claw.

Shieldon Pokemon Action Figure
Shieldon somewhat reminds me of dinosaurs like the triceratops. Anyway, the Shieldon Pokemon is a dual-type Rock/Steel Pokémon and is a Pokémon that lived in dense jungles one hundred million years before the series. It is resurrected from an Armor Fossil (found in the Sinnoh region) and evolves into Bastiodon starting at level 30. Shieldon is a small reptile with a yellow body. It also has white toes and bears a white bump on its back. The hard face of the Shieldon is dark-gray in colour and oval in shape. The Shieldon polishes its hard face by rubbing it against tree trunks. Though the facial hide is very hard and tough, the Shieldon is vulnerable to attacks from behind.

Shinx Pokemon Action Figure
Shinx is an Electric-type Pokémon that evolves into Luxio starting at level 15, and subsequently Luxio can evolve into Luxray starting at level 30. It is another strange looking Pokemon and is supposedly based on a lion cub or kitten. It has tufts of hair which will eventually grow into a mane (a female's mane doesn't stick up as much as a male's). It mainly has blue fur on its body, with some black fur under its torso. It also has a long black tail with a gold four-pointed star on the end. A yellow band can be seen on each of the Shinx’s forelegs; these bands are able to generate electricity (like the red spots on Pikachu's cheeks). When faced with enemies, the Shinx will shoot out a dazzling light from every hair on its body to blind the intruder and then run away. In the wild, all three forms of this Pokemon, Shinx, Luxio, and Luxray generally hunt for food like the lion in the wild.

Staravia Pokemon Action Figure
Staravia is a dual-type Normal/Flying Pokémon. It evolves from Starly starting at level 14, and evolves into Staraptor starting at level 34. Staravia is one nice looking bird Pokemon and it resembles a white-cheeked Starling. The name Staravia derives from the English words starling and avian. Staravia's Japanese name is known as the Mukubird (do not ask me what bird this is?!) which could refer to the mukudori bird. Incidentally, Staravia has a small M pattern on its chest, which likely refers to the M in Mukubird. The Staravia also has a crest on top of its head and a black and orange colored beak like a quail. It has eyes that are bent inward to give an intimidating look to its prey. The Staravia live in forests or plains. They have large wings that allow them to fly for long periods and with much agility. Staravia tend to live in large flocks and hunt together with other Staravia or with other bird Pokémon. The food of the Staravia is actually bug Pokemon and sometimes they are also known to eat the Yache Berry. The Staravia spend a lot of time preening their feathers, searching for food, or spending time with others of the colony. However, if two rival Staravia meet, they may even fight ferociously with each other!
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Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 1

Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 1 Figure Case (Electivire, Palkia, Dialga and Lucario)
Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 1

Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl, was aired in Japan as Pocket Monsters Diamond and Pearl. Pokemon has definitely come a long way; the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl series is actually the tenth season of the Pokémon animated series, covering the continuing adventures of the lead character in the series, Ash Ketchum, and his friends as they travel to Sinnoh and meet new friends along the way. This time, he is accompanied with his old friend Brock, the guy who specialises in rock pokemon and a new trainer named Dawn.

In my first few posts on Pokemon Action Figures, I will introduce some of the action figures found in the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl series. These Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures comes in a set. The following is the Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Deluxe Figure Series #1, containing 6 individually-packed Action Figures including 1x Electivire, 2x Palkia, 2x Dialga and 1x Lucario (quantities of each pokemon are subject to change). Click here to purchase the Pokemon Diamond & Pearl Deluxe Figure Series #1Pokemon Diamond and Pearl Action Figures - Wave 1!

Electivire Pokemon Action Figure
Electivire is known as the Thunderbolt Pokémon, and is the evolved form of Electabuzz. Electivire's back has a symbol that looks similar to a socket outlet, and you can see like two wires jutting out of its back. These are actually the Electivire's tails and the small red parts on the end of the tails resemble red LEDs. It also has red eyes and can shoot 20,000 volts of electricity out of its tails. To get a Electivire, one must trade an Electabuzz while holding an Electrizer.

Palkia Pokemon Action Figure
Palkia is known as the Spatial Pokémon, and is a legendary Pokémon part of the Legendary Dragon trio, together with Dialga and Giratina (I am not sure why Giratina is not included in this Pokemon Action Figure Pack). It represents spatial matter whereas Dialga represents time and Giratina represents dimension. Both Palkia and Dialga look like dinosaurs. Palkia has wings on its back which can open up to allow it to fly. It is also characterised by purple stripes on its neck and tail, with a pink pearl on each shoulder plate. It is said that Palkia's breath keeps space and matter stabilized. Its signature move is the "Spacial Rend", a slash of power which can tear its foes apart with matter surrounding it.

Dialga Pokemon Action Figure
Dialga is known as the Temporal Pokémon, and as mentioned earlier is part of the Legendary Dragon trio, along with Palkia and Giratina and has the ability to control time. Dialga is also said to be the ancient deity of the Sinnoh region and it was created by Arceus, at the point when time began to flow. It has a long neck, short tail and a thick set of legs with sharp, metal claws. It also has many silver protrusions that look like spikes appearing on the back of its neck, head, top rear, and chest. Lodged into its chest is a glowing blue, diamond-like jewel. Dialga's signature move is the "Roar of Time", a large beam of energy that can be used to distort time.

Lucario Pokemon Action Figure
Lucario is known as the Aura Pokemon and is a Fighting and Steel type Pokémon combined. It is the only Pokémon with a 4x resistance to Dark-type moves. Lucario is a bipedal, 2 legged jackal-like Pokémon that is four feet in height. It's forepaws are black and have one white spike on each arm. There is also a third spike on Lucario's chest. Lucario has the ability to sense the aura of all living creatures. By catching the aura emanating from other living beings, it can read their thoughts and movements.

With the above descriptions, hopefully you would be able to identify these four pokemons and their action figures below! By purchasing this Pokemon Action Figure pack, you will be able to collect the entire figure series in a convenient master pack which is factory sealed with authentic product packaging. These Pokémon: Diamond and Pearl Action Figures are officially licensed and absolutely authentic. Also included in the pack are the latest figure introductions.

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