This Is Who Inspired The Creation Of Pokémon’s Snorlax

<img src="https://" /><p>It's long been rumored that a Game Freak employee served as the inspiration for <em><strong><a href="">Pokémon</a></strong></em>'s Snorlax character, an extremely large pocket monster that only really likes to eat and sleep. However, it's a rumor no more. In a recent interview, <em>Pokémon</em> art director Ken Sugimori revealed that planner Koji Nishino served as the basis for the now iconic character.</p><p>Snorlax (whose English name comes from combining the terms "snore" and "relax") debuted in the very first <em>Pokémon</em> role-playing games for Game Boy back in 1996. He instantly became a fan favorite character, and has become a series staple ever since. Weighing over 1,000 pounds, the pocket monster serves as an early hurdle that blocks the player's way in two of <em>Red</em> and <em>Blue</em>'s routes and can only be awakened by using a Poké Flute<em>.</em> His popularity even inspired another pocket monster called Munchlax to serve as its pre-evolved form, and he's appeared in plenty of merchandise and anime over the years. And now, players finally know who inspired his creation.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">This Is Who Inspired The Creation Of Pokémon's Snorlax</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">This Is Who Inspired The Creation Of Pokémon's Snorlax</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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