You can now build a Psyduck to bring to Detective Pikachu

Most pokémon are adorable, cuddly creatures that you want to just squeeze to your chest and never let go. Finally, Build-A-Bear is letting people create a snuggly pal based on the most underrated pokémon: Psyduck.

Psyduck, the poor, confused yellow duck who’s forced to stagger around the world with a bad headache and no ibuprofen in sight, is Build-A-Bear’s latest addition to its Pokémon lineup. It’s being added just in time for Detective Pikachu, Warner Bros.’ CGI-meets-live-action Pokémon movie. Unlike some of Build-A-Bear’s other stuffed animals created as a tie-in for movies (looking at you, Guardians of the Galaxy Star-Lord bear), Psyduck is painstakingly cute. Just look at him! You immediately want to hug him, rub his belly, and buy a BabyBjörn carrier so you never have to leave him at home. He can be the Pikachu to your Psyduck, as seen in the Detective Pikachu GIF below.

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The cuteness doesn’t stop there, either. There are two accessories that people can purchase for their new duck son: a Pokémon hoodie of sorts, and this equally adorable raincoat! Each accessory is $13.50, but that raincoat and rain hat is a must-have seasonal accessory.

You can now build a Psyduck to bring to Detective Pikachu
Psyduck in a raincoat!
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You can now build a Psyduck to bring to Detective Pikachu
Psyduck in a Pokémon hoodie.
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Build-A-Bear also created a special edition Detective Pikachu Snubbull, but let’s face it: he’s not as cute as Psyduck. He does look cuddly, and if you’re into Pokémon’s weird bulldog creature, I guess it’s kind of cool. But listen to me — if you’re only going to buy one, get Psyduck. Do I have to point up at the raincoat and rain hat again? Or, buy both! I have multiple Build-A-Bear Pokémon cluttering up my desk at work, and being able to snuggle an assortment of Pokémon is kind of rad.

You can now build a Psyduck to bring to Detective Pikachu

Both Psyduck and Snubbull are available to purchase on April 26th via Build-A-Bear’s online store. Each costs $32, and comes with a Build-A-Bear exclusive Pokémon trading card.