ITT: Create a Fire/Ice-type Pokémon. Draw it, stat it, moveset it, whatever. This seems to be the most difficult combination of Pokémon, in my mind, to ever work effectively, in terms of aesthetic design and competitive role. Go
Kraken-esque creature, white in colour with blue flames coming from its head/back.
Ape-like yeti monster, sheer white fur over a blackened magma like body.
Scorpion with flaming pincers and two frosty tails with icicle stingers.
A thermostat with an anime face.
Kind of a Yeti Pokemon with Icicles burning on it's back and that megacha x fire coming out of its mouth.
Ground, Rockx4, Water, Fighting.
Bug, Fairy, Grass, Ice
BST - 510
Glass Cannon (Lel'd)
Ice Shard, Overheat, Scald, Play Rough
>Feu et Glace
Un titre en français ? Es-tu un compatriote ou un francophone de l'étranger ?
As for the topic, some kind of pseudo-hydra like Gleeok could be awesome if nicely done.
Sometimes, it's good to take the easy route.
But if you want something more elaborate, how about something based on Norse mythology, when the fire of Muspellheim and the ice of Niffelheim clashed and created the world?
Something like Magnezone, with a fire side and an ice side, with some kind of void in-between.
Or a Vulpix split evo based on Arctic foxes. It could keep the Fire-type from Vulpix line and excuse that shit via a retarded Pokedex article stating that these Pokemon are very closely related to Ninetales (Fire type and all) but simply adapted to live in cold ass climates
Twin fish spirits.
It looks like shit because I can't draw, but hey, that's still a begining of concept.
That's not a real problem imo, as Fire/Ice and Ice/Fire are exactly identical mechanically. I think there's not a single pokémon for which I know the type's order.
The real problem, I think, is that the main body of the pkmn looks like it's rock or steel type.