Only logical ones I can think of, and even those at the bottom are pretty out there.
Lol a flying tree?
Some of the sketches make it's arms look like wings what with the cobwebs and elbow positioning. Also, like I said originally, the ones down the bottom are pretty unlikely, but not as unlikely as Steel/Dragon or something.
What does a nosy pepper do? It gets Jalapeno business. Official Frank Zappa of Every Board
Grass/Ghost for me :3 Anyway, is this true? I mean, the tree pokemon? Or just a fanart or something? xD
some people that have already seen the new pokemon movie are saying that this pokemon is real and appears in that movie, but the only thing we have are the drawings people make, i suppose because it's banned to use cameras in the cinema
also, by the drawings, i would say Dark/Grass, and to those who think of it as a Sudowoodo evolution, i read a theory based on its name. both Sudowoodo and Bonsly have in their Japanese names the word "uso", which means "lier", and this pokemon is called Oorotto, supposedly because of "oo" (big) and "rotto" (root in english). so, there is no connection between these pokemon
It's obviously a sudowoodo evolution. Come on guys and NekoHime64. It's clear that every tree-related pokemon evolves from it. Including a few non-tree related pokemon.
Ever heard that seedot evolves to nuzleaf then to shiftry? No it doesn't. It goes: Bonsly -> Sudowoodo -> Nuzleaf -> Shiftry There is also: Bonsly -> Sudowoodo -> and this pokemon Lastly: Bonsly -> Sudowoodo -> Arceus
So therefore Sudowoodo by definition is the pre-evolved form of: Mewtwo Yveltal Xerneas Zekrom Reshiram Kyurem Black kyurem White kyurem Cobalion Terrakion Virizion Keldeo Zorua Zoroark Meloetta Thunderus Tornadus Landorus and lastly Magikarp.
Darkstar + Dead space 3 = *error* too epic to calculate