Cubchoo is a bipedal, ursine Pokémon with a light blue head and neck. It has a slightly pointed head with large round ears, shiny, dark, oval eyes, and a darker blue muzzle.
Cubchoo has a shiny dark nose, from which a considerable amount of light blue nasal mucus — the source of its attacks — droops. The lower part of its body is white
Average Height: 1′ 08″
Average Weight: 18.7 lbs
First Added In Generation V
Can a big glob of cold snot hanging out of a nose be considered cute? This is a question that has been asked for centuries by thousands of scholars and artists around the globe. Cubchoo is the answer to this question. It turns out that, yes, you can make snot cute. But it is also still gross. Like a puppy that rolled around in some mud and poop.
Cubchoo is an ice type Pokemon that looks like a baby polar bear, which is extremely adorable. It also sports a big blob of mucus that hangs from its nose. This isn’t just a gross little detail. As explained on Bulbapedia, this snot is very important to Cubchoo. You see, when it needs to attack something it just sucks that mucus back up into its nose and uses the cold snot as the source of its ice attacks.
Screenshot: The Pokemon Company
I hate when you’re around someone that is sick and has a runny nose and they keep sucking it back up. Over and over and over. Kids do this a lot. It drives me up the wall. You are just making yourself more congested by sucking up that snot. Blow your nose. Plus that noise isn’t fun to listen to over and over. But Cubchoo uses this annoying habit as the source of its power.
Favourite Fan Art
Cubchoo, find a facemask. Please. And stay like 20 feet away from people right now. Thank you.
- Weirdly, if Cubchoo gets sick the snot running out its nose becomes more watery and less icy. This makes it weaker! My medicine idea from earlier was terrible. Why didn’t anyone tell me?
- According to a recent Pokedex entry, Cubchoo will smear its snot on people it doesn’t like. What the fuck, Cub?
- Sniffling before it attacks helps it gain more icy power.