The show’s first season has yet to be shown in the United States. Despite this, viewers of the Pokémon anime are already treating Fuecoco as if he were their favorite kid. Who exactly are Sprigatto and Quaxly?
After the conclusion of the original Pokémon anime series, which ran for 25 years, the franchise is continuing with Pokémon Horizons: The Series, which is the most recent installment. The new anime series Horizons debuted in Japan in the middle of April. They chronicled the exploits of the trainers, Liko and Roy, who will take Ash Ketchum’s place as the show’s co-protagonists. While Liko has formed a close relationship with Sprigatto, the grass cat Pokémon, the fire crocodile appears to be inextricably linked to Roy. The crazy hijinks they get up to remind me quite a bit of how Pikachu would help set a cheerful tone in the original anime.
Fans upload their favorite Fuecoco clips to social media platforms like TikTok and Twitter to share with other fans. There is more to this encounter with Paldea’s fiery starter Pokémon, Fuecoco, than his cute appearance. As wonderful as it is to see him in his fully animated magnificence, finally, Fuecoco has much more to offer. It has been discovered that the fire-type Pokemon is capable of singing. Or, more specifically, he makes a groovy warbling noise while stumbling around awkwardly. That will satisfy the majority of his admirers. The status of Fuecoco is garnering an unusually high degree of public concern.
Fans on TikTok have gone as far as to refer to Fuecoco as their “son.” One video has expressed their distress over the fact that an antagonistic Pokémon appeared to “slap” the fire-type starting Pokémon across the face. Sorry to break it to you, but the Pokémon anime is about pitting your animals against one another. Before it transforms into a Crocalor, we will most likely see many injured Fuecoco. I ask that you take pleasure in his silly little pranks.
— Let (@LettleLet) April 29, 2023
Fans are captivated by more than simply Fuecoco’s vocal ability, too. The behavior of the fire-type starter is similar to that of a young child. Watch as he weeps after accidentally dropping his Chesto Berry into the water. Holy crap, I can relate to it. I, too, have been guilty of dropping my food on the ground, and the experience has left me inconsolable.
WHY WOULD THEY DO THIS TO FUECOCO i am no longer watching the pokemon anime pic.twitter.com/Uqna8n2Mgl
— Lewtwo (@Lewchube) May 5, 2023
Fuecoco is nice. Just look at him. It is impossible for you to say no to the allure of that face while it is sleeping. Fuecoco is quickly making a name for himself as one of the most charming Pokémon mascots, despite the enormous shoes that Pikachu left behind.