Thank you to everyone who entered! This competition was one of the most popular yet, and all entries were very unique and creative making the judging extra-hard!
IGNIS by Hannah, age 7, Tokyo, Japan
PINANEAT by Alessando, age 7, Romsey
PARRILOO by Takiki, age 7, Worthing
We hope our lucky winners enjoy their Pokemon annuals. And here's some of our other favourite entries:
Pusho by Holly, age 9, Brighton
Carnipint by Roberto, age 5, Romsey
Firey stripey lion friend, by Joshua, age 7, Surrey
I have mixed together a lion and a tiger. It’s personality is that although it looks scary it is actually kind and friendly. It lives in a tropical environment with erupting volcanoes. It’s favourite food is antelope and also larva balls which grow like coconuts on the tropical trees. It’s favourite element is fire especially firey volcanoes.
Tixi by Sophie, age 7, Aberdeen
Flizard by Seb, age 6, London
Napibom by Emilie, age 8
"Here is my invented Pokemon Napibom,I hope you like it. It makes a propeller with its two tails which it uses to fly,it uses its fins to swim,the spikes on its head act like a bull's horns. It has a surprisingly good intelligence and a really good sense of smell and last of all a very good eyesight.
Crabix by Dasha, age 9, Salisbury
Rosebit by Isabella, age 7, High Wycombe
Birdbone by Harry, age 6, Bulgaria
Favourite foods: Honey, seeds, tomatoes
Lives: in a cave in Japan
Special skils: Biting, shooting water from the spikes on his head, shooting lightening from his tail and walking on the bottom of the ocean.
Robitano by Sam, age 8
Harlow by Tom, age 10, East Sussex
Famtick by Matilda
Doxfed by Holly,age 10, Wicklow Town, Ireland
Wagdol by Samuel, age 7, Bristol
Special skill: It can make its mouth pouch bigger to allow it to take in more food
Signature move: Tail flip
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