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Torkoal ReportTorkoal (the Coal Pokémon) is a relatively rare Fire-type Pokémon found within volcanoes world-wide and coal mines throughout the Hoenn and Kalos regions as well as the Sinnoh region on rare occasions. Though rarely utilized in professional combat because of their slow movement speed, Torkoal are sturdy fighters that can last a while in battle against purely physical fighters. They might not seem threatening, but keep in mind that these critters can utilize some pretty powerful Fire-type moves and have one nasty trick hiding in their shells; underestimate them, and your hopes of winning might go up in smoke!Torkoal Report by Mutitus
Although Torkoal can generally rely on most types of food (except meat) for sustenance, their Fire-type powers are completely dependent upon the consumption of coal. When Torkoal find coal, they toss it into the hollow spaces within their shells and burn it, creating white smoke in the process. This smoke naturally envelops Torkoal in a thin mist that prevents opponents f
Zoroark ReportZoroark (the Illusion Fox Pokémon) is a rare Dark-type Pokémon found among dark forests within the Unova and Kalos regions as well as the Hoenn region on rare occasions. Seldom seen and relatively mysterious, little is known about Zoroark because of their rarity and tendency to avoid human contact; what is obvious, however, is that you do not want to face these beasts unprepared. They are truly as dangerous as they look, and with the ability to turn the very world around them inside-out and upside-down, there are few opponents that won't be sent reeling when forced to face these masters of illusion in battle!Zoroark Report by Mutitus
Although Zorua and Zoroark are by no means exceptionally weak, they are relatively shy and almost never appear in front of humans…at least, not in their natural forms. Both Zorua and their evolved form, Zoroark, possess exceptionally advanced extrasensory powers that actually allow them to manipulate light waves; in essence, this grants them the ability to generate
Zorua ReportZorua (the Tricky Fox Pokémon) is a rare Dark-type Pokémon found among dark forests within the Unova and Kalos regions as well as the Hoenn region on rare occasions. Seldom seen and relatively mysterious, little is known about Zorua because of their rarity and tendency to avoid human contact. Finding one of these strange creatures is definitely not easy, but most people native to the regions they call home have probably already seen one before; they just might not actually know it!Zorua Report by Mutitus
Although Zorua and Zoroark are by no means exceptionally weak, they are relatively shy and almost never appear in front of humans…at least, not in their natural forms. Both Zorua and their evolved form, Zoroark, possess exceptionally advanced extrasensory powers that actually allow them to manipulate light waves; in essence, this grants them the ability to generate illusions. Their expertise in using this ability is so extreme that they are the only known Pokémon known to possess the app
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Well after who knows how long I suddenly had an idea and then 650 words came out of no-where and now I’m looking at a page-and-a-half long essay on Pokescience.
Current plan is to edit it later with proper research and all that, but wow I forgot how much fun this stuff is to write when the idea is good. In a nutshell it’s a theory explaining in-universe why Pokemon change types, movesets and so on between games and generations. That ‘it was always so’ never sat well with me so here I am with a counter theory.
Where you guys come in is that I'd like to try something different with this piece. Call it a 'peer review' if you will. Basically, I'd like you to read my draft and let me know (sta.sh'd draft, here, as a note, etc) what you think. Where are the strengths? Flaws? Bits I've missed? Other things I could talk about? What needs further explaining?
Theory of Evolving Types [1st draft]The energy that underlies a Pokemon's natural abilites or a Pokemon's moves, is a curious and unstable thing. Though it has various phyiscal manifestations, at it's base level the energy often stabilises in a set of various wavelengths and patterns when applied in the open. The key distinction between humans and Pokemon is the latter's innane ability to connect with this energy and let it augment their natural abilities; depending on the species, one or two of these patterns may be present in their genetic makeup and thus gives them a distinction of 'type'.
Energy 'Types' often have an impact on their enviroment, and with sufficient exposure can begin to impact upon a human. Research conducted elsewhere has shown that while humans can be quite capable of bearing a 'type', their natural disconnection to this remains, so it is still regarded as the key differenciation between them.
'Types' however, are not elemental. Trainers may know them by persistent names, such as 'Normal' or 'Ice',
Take a look and let me know! If this works, I'd like to try it again in the future too!
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