Every Pokemon is interesting and worth talking about. I don’t play a tonne of Pokemon, but I do enjoy the universe and I love learning more about the creatures in it. So, Here’s Another Pokemon! It’s Luvdisc!
Average Height: 2' 00"
Average Weight: 19.2 lbs.
First Added In Generation III
If you ever visit the Pokemon universe and come across a large ocean or body of water that seems to be covered in a giant pink mass, be careful. You have just stumbled upon a giant group of Luvdisc breeding. Technically calling this an orgy is a bit incorrect because Luvdisc breed through spawning and not humping, as scientists say. But they do group together and breed, so I’m choosing to count that as an orgy. It’s close enough.
Luvdisc are heart-shaped creatures who live in shallow warm water. They mostly live in and around coral reefs and are in close proximity with another Pokemon, Corsola. They also get eaten by the bird Pokemon Pelipper. That’s not surprising. I mean look at this thing. This is not a creature that can really put up a fight. It lacks any poison or sharp spikes. It is basically a floating meal for anything with a big enough mouth. It is a miracle they aren’t extinct.
According to Pokedex entries, Luvdisc are known for finding couples who are in love at beaches and then just swimming up on them. Which is a bit creepy. Why are you stalking people making out, Luvdisc. You pervert. However, many couples see this intrusion as a sign of good luck. It is said that if a couple is approached by a Luvdisc they will have a wonderful relationship that will never end. This belief is so strong that some hotels will release Luvdisc into their pools and beaches, I guess as a selling point to couples.
“Hey honey, I found a great deal on this hotel that chucks Luvdisc into the pool every day. They also scoop the dead ones out every night!”
Favourite Fan Art
Illustration: Archir (Fur Affinity )
I love this piece of fan art for two reasons. Number one: it shows that in the oceans of the Pokemon world, Luvdisc are easy meals and probably die by the truckload. Reason number two: It paints a creepy picture of how dangerous the seas and oceans in the Pokemon games must actually be. I wouldn’t swim in them.
- According to a Pokedex entry on Bublapedia, Luvdisc are sometimes given to significant others as a gift. It doesn’t specify they are kept alive. This all seems a bit dark.
- Two Luvdisc kissing can actually fly. This newfound ability only lasts for a short amount of time as seen in an episode of the Pokemon anime.
- Over 75% of Luvdisc are female.