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Fidough gets baked and evolves in a new Pokémon Scarlet and Violet leak

It's just getting doggone silly.

The crowd favorite Pokémon Fidough has a new successor in the upcoming Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, which leakers have published on social media. With a unique twist of a double entendre in its name, its successor would have to be equally witty and adorable — it appears The Pokémon Company has nailed it.

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With the name Dachsbun and ears that represent sweet rolls, this newly-leaked Pokémon has a darker color similar to baked bread. A Fairy-type of Pokémon, the Dachsbun appears in the leaked image at level 40, although it doesn’t detail what, or how, the evolution from Fidough to Dachsbun occurs. The pictured Pokémon also appears to be wild, taking place in a park near a town.

The community is hard-pressed to find out more about this delectable Pokémon evolution, but nothing more will be forthcoming. Beyond this leaked image, we don’t have much else to reference. It’s possible that, similar to Mastiff, it could offer some dark-type attacks such as Bite, although Fairy and Dark types working against each other seem to make that implausible.

One should take these leaks as little more than plausibility. Without official notice from Nintendo and The Pokémon Company stating that these leaks are accurate, it’s important not to presume much from leaks, even if they appear in tandem with other, unrelated leakers. There have been recent events where talented modders pull complex hoaxes, and the beloved Pokémon franchise shouldn’t be considered as outside of the realm of possibility.

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Chris Davenport is a freelance writer for Gamepur. He's been writing video game guides for the past five years and has been featured on GameRant.