Most likely Kyubey. I'm unoriginal I know. --- In the seventh turning hour, should the victims shadows fall, will the irony grow hungry with the victory and all they sought for. We were one among the fence.
Not counting on using it much, but I like nicknaming all my pokemon anyway when I have fitting names for them, so, nyeh.
I've named my Eevees after Japanese religious and mythological figures thus far, and would like to keep up that trend. Espeon and Umbreon are the Shinto sun and moon gods, while the Gen 1 and 4 Eeveelutions are the 5 Diyani Buddhas:
Sylveon's name is based on Ame-no-Uzume-no-Mikoto; the goddess of dawn, mirth and revelry that lured Amaterasu out of hiding by throwing a party and dancing outside her cave. --- Playing) Fire Emblem: Awakening, Guild Wars 2 Waiting) Pokemon XY