Bulbasaur v.2

Bulbasaur is a dual-typed Grass/Poison Pokémon. In the National Pokédex order, it is the first Pokémon, and is also the first Pokémon in the Kanto Pokédex and Fiore Browser. It is one of the three starter Pokémon of the Kanto region, along with Charmander and Squirtle. It can be chosen by the player in Pokémon Red, Green, and Blue as well as Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, their remakes. It’s also possible to obtain it in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver after getting the sixteen badges and defeating Red. Bulbasaur can evolve into Ivysaur beginning at level 16, and then can go on to evolve into Venusaur starting at level 32. Bulbasaur is a reptilian creature that somewhat resembles a toad or a young dinosaur with a spotted blue-green hide. Its eyes are a bright red, but the most notable feature of this Pokémon is the onion-like bulb on its back. This bulb has a symbiotic relationship with the Pokémon, growing from a seed planted on its back by its mother at birth. Unlike the parasitic tochukaso mushrooms growing on the back of Paras, which eventually take over its body as it evolves into Parasect, Bulbasaur’s bulb shares a symbiotic relationship beneficial for both. This allows Bulbasaur to get an enhanced boost of energy from the sun during the day and the bulb to remain growing and strong at night. The bulb also contains many seeds, from which it draws nutrients. Though they usually walk on four legs, a Bulbasaur can rise up on its hind legs if it is young. Through evolution, it loses this ability, as the bulb grows far too heavy for it to support the weight. This, in turn, causes Bulbasaur’s later evolutions to lose speed.~info from Bulbapedia

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*Download Notes*
To download this craft right click the green link that looks like this: 「fushigidane_ver2.pdo」 をダウンロード and click ‘save as’. When the dialog box pops up make sure to change the ‘save type as’ from ‘text document’ to ‘all files’ instead and put the ‘.pdo’ extension at the end of the file name. If you don’t you’ll just end up with a text file with random junk instead of a pdo file. Here’s a screenshot to help you out: screen

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    i followed the instructions to save the file, but it still won’t open… i’d really like to get this papercraft.

    1. Anonymous

      oi anonimo abra esse arquivo e outos em pdo com um programa chamado papekur VIEWER

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