New Poisonous Pokémon discovered in Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet

Writings on the wall.

As the Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet launch date is approaching, we're getting more and more information about creatures from the games. This time, The Pokémon Company International has revealed new poisonous Pokémon that likes to draw graffiti! Maybe that's why this toxic monkey is named Grafaiai.

This creature likes to draw by using his venomous saliva, which can change colors depending on what it eats. Need some blue color? Eat blueberries! Although his wildlife graffiti looks like pop art, the main reason for his drawings is the marking of territory. Apparently, Grafaiai creatures battle each other in artistic competitions. We can only assume that if gallery-worthy art is not enough, some poison attacks are in order. Grafaiai also uses toxic saliva to paralyze Bug Pokémon, as this nightcrawler is also a dangerous hunter.

Related: All Pokémon confirmed for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

This Toxic Monkey Pokémon is a very dangerous, albeit small, creature. Its average height is just 2'4'', and its weight is around 60 lbs. But its Poison Touch ability is what makes the most significant difference. The point is, don't touch it! To learn more about this creature and other things to do in the Paldea region, be patient as Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet are launching on November 18 on Nintendo Switch.

For more information on Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet games, check out What is Cyclizar? Is it related to Koraidon & Miraidon, Pokémon Scarlet and Violet – Terastral Pokémon, Explained on Pro Game Guides.

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