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Voltorb is the latest Pokémon to receive a Hisuian form in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

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Hisuian Voltorb has been revealed in a new trailer posted by The Pokémon Company. The new Pokémon form will debut in Pokémon Legends: Arceus, which is being released worldwide on January 28, 2022.

Hisuian Voltorb
Category: Sphere Pokémon
Type: Electric/Grass
Height: 1'8"
Weight: 28.7 lbs.

A special animation short featuring Hisuian Voltorb will be uploaded to all Pokémon social media accounts on December 11, 2021 at 6 AM PST.

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Pokémon Legends: Arceus Official Website said:
A Striking Resemblance to Poké Balls in Hisui
This enigmatic Pokémon has a glossy, spherical body. It looks very similar to the Poké Balls of the Hisui region, what with the wood-grain-like makeup of its body's surface and the hole on the top of its head.

There seem to be countless seeds packed inside Hisuian Voltorb. Occasionally, it spouts these seeds out of the hole in its head. However, no one knows exactly what it’s like inside the Pokémon’s body, because inside the hole, it’s pitch-dark. It’s impossible to see anything even if one peers into the hole.

Excitement Leads to an Instant Electrical Discharge
This Pokémon is always in high spirits and has a friendly personality. However, it discharges its stored electricity all at once from the hole in its head when it gets excited, so it frequently shocks humans and Pokémon in its vicinity. Even the slightest provocation can set off such a discharge, so in human settlements, Hisuian Voltorb is considered a nuisance. Tales of people temporarily plugging the hole on Hisuian Voltorb’s head and kicking it out of settlements are not entirely uncommon.


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