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Pokemon Center Release Paradox Pokemon Plushes

The Pokemon Center has started selling plushes based on the Paradox Pokemon from Pokemon Scarlet and Violet. You’ll be able to get Scream Tail, Flutter Mane, Slither Wing, and Chien-Pao.

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The prices for the plushes are slightly different depending on the species. Scream Tail and Flutter Mane cost 2970 JPY ($19.10). Slither Wing costs 4400 JPY ($28.30). Meanwhile, Chien-Pao costs 3520 JPY ($22.65). The difference in price may be due to the different designs requiring more or less materials than the others. The North American Pokemon Center does not have these plushes available. However, you should be able to purchase them even if you live overseas through proxy services or sites.

The Pokemon Center in Japan has released several Pokemon Scarlet and Violet plushes in the past. In September 2023, it released dolls of Ogerpon, Okidogi, Fezandipiti, and Munkidori. Later in December 2023, you could get dolls of Charcadet, Grafaiai, Tinkatink, and Palafin (Hero Form).

In Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, Paradox Pokemon look like ancient or futuristic versions of existing Pokemon. For example, Scream Tail looks like a version of Jigglypuff that may have lived a long time ago. While Chien-Pao is not a Paradox Pokemon, it is a Legendary that is a dual Dark and Ice Type, and is one of the Treasures of Ruin quartet.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet are readily available on the Nintendo Switch.

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