I've read over all these pages, and it took this long to -finally figure out the scientific nomenclature you were using. I'm tempted to go back and try to work out which prefix name goes with what pokemon's typing.
And is the nomenclature different depending on the primary type? Like, if two pokemon had the same types, but reversed priority? (Best examble being Sableye and Spiritomb)
Yet again, you didn't disappoint! I love how you change them ever so slightly to make them more realistic and believable as animals, such as slimming the body and adding the body 'pouch', but still retaining the feel of Pokemon.
Feebas is actually one of my favorites, visually. I wish that in the Pokemon world every Pokemon presented just as much potential as the next. That each could be encountered without the tiers OU, UU, NU. I think that's an important part of my guide. That everytime you encounter a Pokemon with the Professor and his team that you feel as if that Pokemon has something to offer or makes you have a new found respect for what I that Pokemon is. Sometimes Nintendo drops the ball and creates these wonderful Pokemon that you'd NEVER look at and that's a shame. Delibird?
I love it. And if Pelipper had a little more oomph behind it, I would actually find it worth throwing on my team. Alas, no such luck. And as always, this page just makes me want more of them. Can't wait to see what else you bring to the table. Did you ever get a book idea thought out, or do you not have enough pokemon to put one out yet?