A new Pokemon Nanoblock set has been announced, and it has a neat twist to it. The Nanoblock Slowpoke comes with enough pieces to depict both of its forms. You can build a standard Slowpoke, which has been around since 1996. Or, if you use the optional pieces, you can build a Galarian Slowpoke, which debuted in 2020 as part of the Pokemon Sword and Shield Isle of Armor expansion. [Thanks, Bellicife!]
A diagram was released showing how this shift works, while the general gallery of Nanoblock Slowpoke pictures offers other customization options. The set includes enough yellow bricks to swap between a normal or Galarian version of the character. You can also put it together in such a way that the Slowpoke’s tail is posed flat or curved up in the air.
Here’s the full gallery showing the completed kit.
In addition to the Slowpoke, a second kit will be available the same day. It’s a Galarian Farfetch’d. However, its kit only comes with what you need to build that form of the…