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No matter what your Pokémon-related talent might happen to be, it’s probably not as entertaining as being able to vocally and physically impersonate all 151 of the “original” set from Pokémon Red and Blue. That’s exactly what this fan does, even going as far to mimic the pitch, inflections, and mannerisms of each Pokémon shown in the anime series.

Some of these impressions are particularly spot on, especially the Victreebel at 2:56.

(No, really, it doesn’t even say its own name—it just kinds screams.)

Hell, she even caps it off with the Pokémon Rap after she’s done. It’s been years since I’ve heard it, and it still sounds ridiculous.

‘Too bad we’ll never see a video of all 649 Pokémon, though—but that would probably kill anyone attempting it.

If you want to hear more impersonations, you can check out “BrizzyVoices” on her YouTube channel, if so inclined.

Source: Destructoid

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Watch This Girl Impersonate The Voices Of All 151 Original Pokemon

No matter what your Pokémon-related talent might happen to be, it's probably not as entertaining as being able to vocally and physically impersonate all 151 of the "original" set from Pokémon Red and Blue.

By EGM Staff | 08/6/2012 02:34 PM PT

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No matter what your Pokémon-related talent might happen to be, it’s probably not as entertaining as being able to vocally and physically impersonate all 151 of the “original” set from Pokémon Red and Blue. That’s exactly what this fan does, even going as far to mimic the pitch, inflections, and mannerisms of each Pokémon shown in the anime series.

Some of these impressions are particularly spot on, especially the Victreebel at 2:56.

(No, really, it doesn’t even say its own name—it just kinds screams.)

Hell, she even caps it off with the Pokémon Rap after she’s done. It’s been years since I’ve heard it, and it still sounds ridiculous.

‘Too bad we’ll never see a video of all 649 Pokémon, though—but that would probably kill anyone attempting it.

If you want to hear more impersonations, you can check out “BrizzyVoices” on her YouTube channel, if so inclined.

Source: Destructoid

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