Only two entries again this month, but they're both particularly intriguing and unusual concepts that I know I, for one, will have trouble picking between. Spoiler: Fidias & Cadafidi (Gazi) I figured since the theme was snakes, but the snakes in the story probably represent pagans, I would design Pokémon based off some pagan snakes. Best of both worlds. Spoiler: Fidias Fidias, the healing Pokémon. Typing: Poison/psychic Pokédex entry: This Pokémon will use its own venom to create medicines to heal others. It frequently gets mistaken for Cadafidi. Spoiler: Cadafidi Cadufidi, the traveling Pokémon. Typing: Poison/flying Pokédex entry: This Pokémon spends most of its time traveling and playing tricks on others. It likes to pretend to be a Fidias and fool those who are looking for a healer. Spoiler: Inspiration Fidias is based off of the rod of Asclepius (a stick with a single snake entwined around it. It's the symbol of Ascelpius, the ancient Greek god of medicine. Cadufidi was based off of the caduceus (a winged staff with two snakes entwined around it). It's the symbol of Hermes, god of travelers and thieves. I couldn't resist having Cadufidi frequently pretend to be Fidias, because frequently the caduceus is used to represent medicine, even though Hermes had nothing to do with medicine. Spoiler: Snaglet & Snagon (HiddenLore) Almost missed it. Couldn’t come up with an idea that resonated. So I looked up serpents and saw dragopedes on Wikipedia, which are just snakes with human heads, so may I present the Snagon Line Snaglets are left to fend for themselves at birth. Their large head can cause them problems, and they must learn the unique fighting style on their own. Having mastered the art, Snagon roam the land looking for opponents. Prizes: 1st Place: 100 pp 2nd Place: 75 pp All votes must be submitted by Thursday, April 1st at 11:59 Eastern Standard Time. The winners will be announced shortly after and prizes will be distributed accordingly.