Pokemon’s new PokeToon will make you fall for a Hard Rock Jigglypuff

At present, Pokemon is living the good life, and all eyes are on what 2022 will bring. A new console title promises to inaugurate Pokemonthe next era, and the franchise is putting together a ton of coins to celebrate. But as the new year approaches, it seems like the last PokeToon episode has been put online with its own agenda. After all, the special workarounds Pokémon Legends: Arceus and instead sings the praises of a punk-rock Jigglypuff.

The update went live today when The Pokemon Company uploaded a new PokeToon to his Youtube channel. The Japanese clip, seen above, follows a young girl named Momo as she stumbles upon a rather upset Jigglypuff. The trainer eventually befriends the Pocket Monster, but when Momo meets his friend Apricot, things get crazy. Turns out her friend has her own Jigglypuff, and things get out of hand when Momo’s new mate reacts to this new Jigglypuff in their space.

As you can see Momo’s Jigglypuff is quite shy, and they feel that because of their vocals. The cute monster has a different voice from other Jigglypuff, which makes him too shy to sing to others. But after some encouragement from Momo, this PokeToon The episode proves that even hard rock Jigglypuffs can sing a beautiful lullaby if given the chance!

Clearly, Pokemon crafted a beautiful story for this new special, and fans love the idea that some Jigglypuff have different voices. Some may sound like the classic monster, but there’s nothing wrong with rocking Jigglypuff’s husky voice. So if there’s a monster with blowjobs like Mariah Carey, well, you shouldn’t be that shocked.

What do you think of this new PokeToon episode? Does this hardrock Jigglypuff match your musical taste or …? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below or contact me on Twitter @Megan PetersCB.

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