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Oshawott PSMD
Artwork from Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon




FelixMario2011's second version
Dylanius9000's edit
pikacj's version



Oshawott is a Water-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is the first stage of the Samurott evolution family and the Water-type starter Pokémon of the Unova region. It appears at #007 in the Unova Pokédex and #501 in the National Pokédex.

Oshawott's main method of fighting involves detaching the shell, or "scalchop" as it is known, from its belly and using it as if it were a sword or blade. The scalchop can also be used as a shield, as well as other things, due to it being incredibly durable and able to withstand a majority of attacks.

One Oshawott character has been made for M.U.G.E.N by FelixMario2011. It is a scratch sprite of Oshawott, albeit it not being drawn that well. The majority of its attacks consist of either using its scalchop, or water-based moves such as Water Gun. Most of Oshawott's sounds come from the Pokémon Anime, or more specifically, Ash Ketchum's Oshawott. Oshawott has been edited by Dylanius9000 and MisdreavusLord159, though the latter's edit has yet to be released. FelixMario2011 made an updated version based on Dylanius9000's edit, improving some of the sprites and adding in new Hypers. Felix is planning on updating this version of Oshawott alongside a new character, Snivy. Another version exists known as Oshapeter that was made by pikacj, but is a direct spriteswap of Peter Griffin, meaning most of its attacks don't work at all.

FelixMario2011's first version


People always keep telling themselves that nobody likes "Wotter", but this character could change that. It may have lower than average stats in almost all areas, but what it lacks in strength and defense, it makes up for it with heavy comboability and a tough A.I.



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