Grusha was pulsing.

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet’s Grusha Gives Fans an interrogation to sexuality

More details about Pokemon Scarlet & Violet were revealed earlier this week, as the game introduced many more characters such as academy director Clavell, homeroom teacher Jacq, and your shy new rival Penny. We also looked at the most famous gym leaders in the game, with most fans focused their attention on Grusha, the Ice-type leader. Exactly like Professor Turo and Sada earlier this year, fans were so excited.


A lot of the supporters at NSFW floodfed Twitter and relevant sites that you might expect. However, Game Freak itself caused chaos and made fan artists question their sexuality when they revealed that, despite her more feminine appearance, Grusha is actually a guy with a pronouns. According to his official description of him, Grusha is a cool snowboarder who shares his true emotions in heated battles.

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When Grusha’s gender was confirmed, the NSFW fan artists had to knees before already having drawn multiple saucy drawings of Grusha thinking he was a woman. One fan — especially — went in full denial mode and decided to completely reject this new information. Some fans said they would embrace their bisexual awakening, one of them saying that “if Grusha a guy calls me gay,” a person saying. You know all the rage about Grusha, because bisexuals can stay in a standing position.

To mention the new Gym Leaders, we also got a first look at Paldea, the revelation that legendaries will be rideable from the beginning, and a showcase of the game’s new battle gimmick. Game Freak showed a few new Pokemon for Scarlet and Violet, with an adorable doggo made of bread called Fidough and a Paldean form for Wooper, making him the first Poison/Ground type to be added to the series since Gen 1.

Pokemon Scarlet & Violet will be launched on November 18 later this year.