Skip to product information
1 of 2

JBK

Maruyoshi | Pokémon | Zipper Pouch with Carabiner

Maruyoshi | Pokémon | Zipper Pouch with Carabiner

Regular price $30.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $30.00 USD
Sale Sold out
Style

Your newest plush Pokémon buddy has an attached carabiner, and its zipper pocket makes it not only adorable but useful!

Jigglypuff
Pikachu
Piplup
Snorlax

Jigglypuff, known in Japan as Purin, is a Pokémon species. Known as the Balloon Pokémon, Jigglypuff evolves from Igglybuff when it reaches a certain point of happiness, and evolves into Wigglytuff when exposed to a Moon Stone. Its English name is a combination of the words "jiggly" and "puff", intended to relate to its jelly-like appearance. 

Pikachu is a yellow, mouse-like creature with electrical abilities. It is a major character in the Pokémon franchise, serving as its mascot and as a major mascot for Nintendo.

Piplup is a light-blue, penguin-like Pokémon, which is covered in thick down to insulate against the cold.

Snorlax, known in Japan as Kabigon, is a large, blueish creature with closed slit eyes and a closed mouth that features two upwardly protruding teeth. Known as the "Sleeping Pokémon", Snorlax has been said to weigh over 1,000 pounds (450 kg) and, until Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, was considered the heaviest known Pokémon ever discovered.

Pokémon (from Wikipedia)
The original full name of the franchise is Pocket Monsters (ポケットモンスターPoketto Monsutā), which was abbreviated to Pokemon during development of the original games.  Pokémon refers to both the franchise itself and the creatures within its fictional universe. As a noun, it is identical in both the singular and plural, as is every individual species name. Pokémon species, with new ones being introduced in subsequent games; as of December 2023, 1,025 Pokémon species have been introduced.

The player character takes the role of a Pokémon Trainer. The Trainer has three primary goals: travel and explore the Pokémon world; discover and catch each Pokémon species in order to complete their Pokédex; and train a team of up to six Pokémon at a time and have them engage in battles. Most Pokémon can be caught with spherical devices known as Poké Balls. Once the opposing Pokémon is sufficiently weakened, the Trainer throws the Poké Ball against the Pokémon, which is then transformed into a form of energy and transported into the device. Once the catch is successful, the Pokémon is tamed and is under the Trainer's command from then on. If the Poké Ball is thrown again, the Pokémon re-materializes into its original state. The Trainer's Pokémon can engage in battles against opposing Pokémon, including those in the wild or owned by other Trainers. Because the franchise is aimed at children, these battles are never presented as overtly violent and contain no blood or gore. Pokémon never die in battle, instead fainting upon being defeated.

After a Pokémon wins a battle, it gains experience and becomes stronger. After gaining a certain amount of experience points, its level increases, as well as one or more of its statistics. As its level increases, the Pokémon can learn new offensive and defensive moves to use in battle. Furthermore, many species can undergo a form of spontaneous metamorphosis called Pokémon evolution, and transform into stronger forms. Most Pokémon will evolve at a certain level, while others evolve through different means, such as exposure to a certain item.

View full details