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Darkrai Nightmare Form

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-This is not the definitive design! I might change it in a future.-

The design might remind you of the "02" boss from Kirby 64,but the main inspiration came from the movie "One hour Photo" (Yes,the bleeding eyes scene XD)

This is the form that Darkrai uses to scare/hunt humans in their nightmares.

(When you battle against Darkrai in D/P/Pt,he's not trying to scare you in a nightmare of yours...YOU go to sleep in order to find him.)

It is said that he will chase you in your nightmare and try to engulf you by opening the jaws located in his chest.
If he gets you,you will instantly wake up,completely soaked,but a part of yourself will be forever trapped within him.

Ability:Horror stare
"Darkrai will stare at the trainer directly into the eyes the whole battle,producing a horrible fear feeling."
(This ability cannot be swapped.It affects the trainer directly)

This can result in:

-Nothing.
("The trainer is shaking in fear...Raichu used...")

-The move the trainer chose wont be applied,and the turn is lost.
("The Trainer is paralized by fear! No attack order was given") 10% of chances

-One or two moves cannot be used if you try to
("The trainer is so scared he/she cant remember the name of the move!") 10% of chances
So you have to choose another attack.

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the art is extremely cool and scary!

i see this in a dream

but, he see for a long time, and he do a very scary scream

please

do a qwilfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiish

Awesome!

I always thought Darkrai was like a Freddy Kreuger.

WOW!

this is freaking epic best idea I seen in a long time! You should send ur stuff to Nintendo!! XD

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