28 December 2011


550 / BASCULIN - Pokémon Papercraft
Type: Water
Species: Hostile Pokémon
Height: 1.0 m (3'03″)
Weight: 18.0 kg (39.7 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Basculin has the look of a typical fish, with its bottom part being green and its top part being black, the two parts being separated by a bright red or blue stripe, the rarity of each depending on which game it is encountered in. The red form has a round eye and spiky fins, the blue form has a thin eye and smooth fins. They both have a spiky dorsal fin and a big jaw.

Height: 14.3 cm/ 5.6 in (B) - 13.0 cm / 5.1 (R)
Width: 9.1 cm/ 3.6 in - 12.0 cm / 4.7 in
Depth: 18.2 cm/ 7.2 in - 18.2 cm / 7.2 in
No. of Pages: 4
No. of Pieces: 19 (B) / 22 (R)
Level: Easy-Medium
Designer: PMF
Photo: Olber
NOTES: Build from the head to the tail, closing at the tail for both. Textures included are different from those pictured in the build picture.

Download: Blue: A4 / Letter Red: A4 / Letter


thirteenfury said...

I haven't played Black & White yet. :( Is Basculin any good at battling or is it the 5th gen's Magikarp/Feebas? Well, I guess make that Dunsparce since it doesn't evolve in B&W.

Anonymous said...

Thirteenfury, I have Pokemon Black 1 and in my game Blue Basculin is more common than Red Basculin.
To find one, it's in most water areas, in ripples on the surface.
Must have the HM move Surf to use it though (You get it after a storyline battle so you can't miss it!)
A popular place to look is on Route 17 and 18 (must have Surf and use it on Route 1 on the little lake, it leadas out to the least accessed route.
Basculin does not evolve and it is quite good at battling! It has a few Water type moves, but to get it really good you must train hard because yoiu find it at a very low level (10-15).

Hope this helps thirteenfury!

Anonymous said...

Hi Paperpokes! You did a really nice job for Basculin!

One question. What's in the pdo?