Tauros (the Wild Bull pokémon) are the male counterpart species of the pokémon Miltank. These massive semi-mammalian monotreme normal-types can learn an amazing array of attacks that are prized by many trainers everywhere. Tauros can be found on nearly every farm in the world and their main 'jobs' are breeding with the Miltank and meat because Miltank meat is one of the most loved in all the world.
It seems strange that Tauros and Miltank are the male and female counterparts of each other, especially as there are no Miltank in the Kanto region; the main home-grounds of Tauros. Also when a Miltank is bred with a Ditto it only gives birth to Miltank eggs, this is why some doubt that Miltank and Tauros are counterparts or just two totally different pokémon that have the ability to breed with each other.
Tauros need to be in an aggressive state to unleash their full force on the opponent. This is why Tauros have evolved their amazingly strong tails that are used to whip them
Surskit ReportSurskit (the Pond Skater Pokémon) is a relatively rare Bug/Water-type Pokémon found among freshwater ponds and streams within the Hoenn, Sinnoh, Kalos and Orre regions as well as the Unova region on rare occasions. Though perhaps far too weak to be of much use in battle, Surskit are interesting creatures that can at the very least give trainers looking to fill out their Pokédex some difficulty in the wild. Granted, they may be limited in battle and otherwise impossible to use effectively, but considering they are also fairly rare, there are at least a few crazies that will want to go out looking for them!Surskit Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Surskit are fairly simple creatures that emulate the basic anatomical structure seen in water striders, though they are actually the larval form of a moth family and merely live near the water for the sake of finding suitable food. Similar to water striders, Surskit have the ability to walk on the water using their extremely fine, thin legs to support themselves without
Masquerain ReportMasquerain (the Eyeball Pokémon) is a relatively rare Bug/Flying-type Pokémon found among grasslands and forested environments within the Hoenn, Sinnoh and Kalos regions as well as the Unova region on rare occasions. While relatively weak and generally unfit for actual combat, Masquerain are nonetheless interesting insects that have done well in surviving today despite their lack of useful offenses. While only Bug Maniacs may truly go crazy over these creatures, their surprising flying abilities should still be a concern worth looking out for in battle; just give them a small squirt of water, though, and they'll be toast before you know it!Masquerain Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
While Surskit bear a great resemblance to water striders in their appearance and bodily structure, they are actually the larval form of a moth larva; when they reach a certain point in their lives, Surskit will journey onto land intentionally and split their skin off, revealing the developing adult within them to the outside. This sudden t
Mareep ReportMareep Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Mareep (the Wool pokémon) is a very common mammalian electric-type pokémon. They are bred in massive quantities all over the world for their strong wool that is very effective against electricity; this is why most of the Mareep wool products are bought by electricians working near highly dangerous electrical areas. Mareep are very easy to train when caught on a 'safari farm'. In the wild they are virtually unknown, most have either been caught for farms or live in the mountainous high terrains. Training a farm bred Mareep is very easy, they have a calm temperament and most always listen to orders that do not directly harm them. Many people from foreign regions will come from across the globe to watch the annual Mareep Jolting, which is held in the high mountainous farms of Johto in which thousands of Mareep are brought from around the globe. All the Mareep will herd together, the thousands of Mareep cause friction by rubbing together and eventually they will create a large el
Charmeleon ReportCharmeleon Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Charmeleon (the Flame pokémon) can seem to have similar traits to a rich sixteen year old girl; they are loud demanding and, more to the point, brats. Charmeleon will flail about their arms and tail if they are not satisfied, in the wild this would ensure Chameleon eat the best foods (which is given to them by Charmander) but this bratty behaviour will only become a nuisance in captivity. Charmander also have the harmful habit of setting fire to... everything! These boisterous pokémon will only use items that are charred black; this is why a Charmander will only enter a burnt Poke ball. It isn't wise though to go and burn your Poke balls, many shops will sell pre-burnt Poke balls, otherwise you could damage the Poke ball and it could become useless.
Charmeleon live in packs of up to twelve individuals although only around four of these will be Charmeleon. Charmeleon lead the packs while the other members, which are usually Charmander, follow orders and bring items like food a
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Sceptile (the Forest Pokemon) is a reptilian grass-type pokémon that lives in and protects forests. These pokémon have a fairly relaxed persona unless their home forest is being threatened and if they are in battle. Sceptile watch over all the other species of pokémon in their forest, making it extremely hard to catch wild pokémon in a sceptile's forest. It takes many years to fully master and befriend but the end result will make any trainer happy.
Sceptile have been found to be 'Jurassic leftovers'. They have only survived through purer skill. Sceptile have, over many thousands of years, grown herbivore although these pokémon will eat small insect pokémon and small rodent pokémon if nearing starvation. All pokémon of this species have great potential of hunting skill but as the larger prehistoric carnivorous pokémon died out and gave way to the smaller, more docile pokémon, Sceptile didn't need to use their skill to compete with other
Charizard ReportCharizard Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Charizard (the Flame Pokemon) is an extremely dangerous Pokemon. This massive dragon-like creature nest in the high peaks of large mountains or in hot areas like volcanoes. Charizard males are more aggressive towards outsiders than females; this is because females have a calmer nature (except when protecting eggs or young). Owning a Charizard shows great skill, although battling a Charizard can shows great stupidity unless the Charizard trusts and respects the owner, this is because Charizards go into a fury fit when fighting; one could easily turn around during battle and maul the owner.
All Charizard, after evolving, will still be quite immature. Hard training and discipline will help the Pokemon grow out of this. When disciplining a Charizard treat it with respect, some Charizard will endure harsh words and yelling but only do this if it is direly needed. Never physically discipline a Charizard, whatever the temptations, if you even lay a finger on a Charizard with bad in
Arceus ReportArceus (the Alpha Pokémon) is a legendary Normal-type Pokémon whose current location is in an unknown dimension, though it is often referred to as the Hall of Origin by experts. Even though little is truly known about this magnificent beast, Arceus is without a doubt the most powerful creature to ever walk the face of the Earth and perhaps the entire universe, even if it might not appear to be anything truly special. Humans still might not be too sure about its true origins or thought processes, but it is undeniable that Arceus deserves to be respected and should be rightfully feared above all other Pokémon in existence; after all, if Arceus had not existed, it is likely that we wouldn't either!Arceus Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
According to the legends of the Sinnoh region, Arceus was born from a great cosmic egg before the universe ever existed; shortly after birth, it created Dialga and Palkia to rule over time and space together and, for reasons that still remain unclear to physicists, created Girati
Aerodactyl ReportAerodactyl (the Fossil Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Rock/Flying-type Pokémon found among mountainous terrain worldwide, though only in exceptionally limited numbers. Utterly devastating in battle and practically too quick for conventional trainers to keep up with, Aerodactyl are vicious beasts that will gladly tear apart anything and everything they perceive as even possibly being food. They might not have much in the way of defenses to offer, but when it comes to striking hard and fast in battle, few other ancient creatures are able to deliver a brutal blow like these reptilian lords of the sky!Aerodactyl Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Aerodactyl are one of several species of Pokémon that have been resurrected from rare fossil remains imbued with fragments of genetic material (in their case, these fossils are referred to as Old Ambers) and are thus a key piece in understanding what Earth was like in ancient times. Aerodactyl were not directly related to dinosaurs but instead represent a particular lineage
Magikarp ReportMagikarp (the Fish Pokémon) is a common Water-type Pokémon found among most bodies of water within and around Asia, the Kalos region and some special preserves. Though perhaps more useful and intelligent than most people give them credit, Magikarp are bizarrely pointless creatures that otherwise would not be in existence today if not for their sheer reproductive capabilities. They might not be able to do much of anything at all until fairly close to evolution, but the beast inside is more than worth waiting for; just try not to battle with them too much unless you are facing an opponent that is equally unable to do much of anything!Magikarp Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
To say the least, Magikarp are a joke of a life form in the eyes of many and likely would have gone extinct decades ago from fishing if not for the fact that they lay hundreds of eggs at a time and it takes less time for them to hatch than any other species of Pokémon. However, Magikarp were not always so weak; in fact, it is believed that th
Dusknoir ReportDusknoir (the Gripper Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Ghost-type Pokémon found among graveyards, abandoned buildings and forests within the Hoenn and Sinnoh regions. Renowned and feared by trainers of all types for their incredible endurance and mysterious powers, Dusknoir truly define the mysteries of Ghost-type more effectively than any other single organism ever could. There might be very little known about their true purpose or importance in the world of the metaphysical, but if you ever have to face one of these creatures in battle, you would be wise to play things extremely carefully; one false move, and your Pokémon will likely end up lost forever in the inky blackness that is their stomach…though it likely won't be alone!Dusknoir Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
In terms of factual information, there is very little that can be said about Dusknoir, primarily due to their exceptional rarity in the wild; this in due part because they can only evolve from Dusclops after being exposed to massive conc
Lucario ReportLucario (the Aura Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Fighting/Steel-type Pokémon found among grassy plains and mountainous terrain within the Sinnoh, Unova and Kalos regions. While the chances of seeing one of these rare creatures in battle may be slim, Lucario are powerful creatures that can more than prove to be an immense challenge to any trainer forced to fight them in battle. They might not be the best at taking damage, but when you have the ability to see and detect the motions of the opposition no matter where they are, that's unlikely to ever be much of a problem!Lucario Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
When Riolu reach a certain point of emotional development in either the wild or with their trainer in the warm, comforting rays of the sun, they will spontaneously evolve into Lucario and gain the ability to utilize their aura-based powers to their fullest. In turn, evolution grants these creatures a fairly thick, metallic hide that gives these beasts the natural powers and attributes of Steel-types. Aside fr
Unown ReportUnown (the Symbol Pokémon) is an exceptionally rare Psychic-type Pokémon found only among specific ruin sites dedicated to their existence throughout the world. Utterly mysterious and difficult for even the most knowledgeable archeologists to understand, Unown are relatively weak but nonetheless potentially devastating creatures that may hold the secret to understanding how language was first formed by primitive cultures. The chances of ever seeing one of these strange beasts might be zero for most, but if you ever manage to find a place they populate, you'll probably have to bring an oxygen tank or two to avoid being literally buried in alphabet soup!Unown Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
While the exact origin of the Unown is still a complete mystery, it comes as no surprise that they may hold an exceptionally important connection with the human race in regards to the development of language. At the moment, there are currently two major hypotheses purported to explain the connection between humanity and these c
Duskull ReportDuskull (the Requiem Pokémon) is an uncommon Ghost-type Pokémon found among graveyards, abandoned buildings and forests within Hoenn and Sinnoh regions. Though often times ignored in favor of more offensive creatures, Duskull are frightening specters that can utilize raw fear to simply scare opponent into submission with little difficulty. They might not be able to bring much in the way of pure trauma into battle, but if you dare to challenge one, make sure that your Pokémon is used to battling against Ghost-types; otherwise, the introduction will likely end up being much more frightening than you could possibly anticipate!Duskull Report5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
As with most Ghost-type Pokémon, Duskull are primarily nocturnal creatures and absolutely hate sunlight, preferring to hide under the veil of darkness at all times. Similarly to how Shuppet feed off of negative emotions for sustenance, Duskull must rely on the spiritual energy of a specific emotional state to survive; in their case, however, that