Leave it to foot fetishists to find not only their new muse in a Pokémon gym leader’s toes, but to do it on a day when Twitter is also freaking out about a new Pokémon creature based on spewing delicious cream.
The newest trailer for Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield shows off a variety of creatures and new gym leaders that players will be facing off against, including Bea. She’s a fighting-type Pokémon gym leader that wears an MMA-like outfit and, you guessed it, no footwear whatsoever.
According to Pokémon’s official Twitter account, Bea is a champion martial artist in the new game’s Galar Region, and she’s known for being incredibly stoic and icy. So not only do we have a character with no footwear, but she clearly isn’t above stomping on those foot fetishists who’ve taken notice. Here’s what the internet has been saying about Bea.
Pokemon Feet Are For Kicking & Pokemon Feet Are For Sniffing release worldwide on November 15th pic.twitter.com/aCwMXIVotT
— Makoto Niijima BEST GIRL (@BravelyNiijima) July 8, 2019
— Tobi (@TobiYume) July 8, 2019
Etika would've loved bea…Show me her feet!
— Heroine of Hyrule (@csmyth668) July 8, 2019
#Pokemon reveals Bea
My first thought: That's a cute character She's a fighting type, I bet that bow in her hair is a reference to Tepig.
Twitter's response: "NNNNnng SO HOT! I like her FEET. #RULE34
"Guys she might not be leeegal!"
— NullSpaceGaming (@NullSpaceGaming) July 8, 2019
Wow, the new Gym Leader Bea in Pokemon SnS has really nice fe—- uh, nice hair.
. . . And cute feet. pic.twitter.com/9yh6sRohWG
— Kaz Mk.IV (@A_Special_Ghost) July 8, 2019
Here we have someone far more concerned about how attractive Bea’s feet instead of how Pokédex’s (the library all your Pokémon are kept in) are going to be segmented, which has caused quite a stir in the Pokémon community.
Bea from pokemon swsh hs to step on me
Her feet are more important than the national dex
— Mas @ overdosing on cyber aesthetic (@k111calc) July 8, 2019
Fucking hell Pokemon calm down with these trainers first we have Nessa now an A grade daddy and gamer girl feet. Good lord. pic.twitter.com/LNyXZkalQY
— B.A.M.B.O.0 (@BambooFighting) July 8, 2019
— Sawmill Thrill (@sawmill_thrill) July 8, 2019
Then you have the folks who already know where all this is going.
— Decent Joker Main (@RandomGamerGuy3) July 8, 2019
Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield arrives on November 15 for Nintendo Switch.