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Registeel
Registeel
Artwork from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

Creator(s)

Claymizer

Oldest version

Claymizer's version (2007)

Newest version

Claymizer's version (2007)

Origin

Pokémon

Registeel is a Steel-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It is a Legendary Pokémon and part of the golem trio along with Regirock and Regice. It appears at #195 in the Hoenn Pokédex and #379 in the National Pokédex.

Registeel's body is composed of an incredibly durable metal, so durable in fact that nothing can even lay a dent in it. Along with Regirock and Regice, Registeel is part of the trio of ancient legendary golems located in the Hoenn region, unlike their master, Regigigas, who resides in the Sinnoh region. Likewise with the other members of the Regi trio, Registeel does not have any internal organs.

A Registeel character has been made for M.U.G.E.N by Claymizer. As with his other creations, Registeel uses custom-made sprites, although they use the pillow shading method like his earlier set of characters. Registeel attacks primarily by slashing with its "claws", but can also summon the other two members of the Regi trio to assist it in battle.

Claymizer's version

Registeel

Contrary to what might be expected, this Registeel has great agility and uncanny acrobatic prowess, allowing it to pull off unexpected combo strings. Registeel's ridiculously long reach for its punch attacks make the character difficult to approach, while its unsightly looking custom sprites make the character difficult to look at.

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