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Pokédex Entries

Example entries to use in a eg.: Suocé Pokédex. Some of these entries would draw from PEFE articles, some others from specific information drawn from each region (eg.: a Caledoria or Suocé entry on the Muskedeers would have information specific to their set). Some entries would make reference to the Pokémon's TCG abilities.

In-universe, certain Pokémon like Mewtwo, Castform or the Tao Duo would not have Pokédex entries.

Bulbasaur

Due to their photosynthetic abilities, Bulbasaur tend to not have strong attractions to particular sorts of food, requiring more creative motivation and different lures when training them. (Source: PEFE)

Ivysaur

Well-raised individuals start developing clusters of modified chloroplasts around the node of their bulb, which allow them to convert their stored energy back into light and eject it in a directed manner. (Source: PEFE)

Venusaur

Charmander

Because fighting with fire spends energy best used elsewhere, Charmander clusters tend to establish their social hierarchy via biting contests, where young Charmander collect various hard objects and challenge each other to leave markings on them.

Charmeleon

Charizard

Squirtle

Wartortle

Blastoise

Spearow

Fearow

Sandshrew

Sandslash

Nidoran

Nidorina

The spikes on a Nidorina's back allow them to squeeze into an opening and then stuck themselves inside. They can also be flattened against the back, allowing the individual a smoother motion when rolling or sliding across surfaces for escaping predators. (Source: PEFE)

Nidoqueen

Upon meeting an intruder in the vicinity of a den, Nidoqueen will intimidate and chase them away with brief displays of power; once at a safe distance from the den, Nidoqueen will switch to aggressive release of their destructive power. (Source: PEFE)

Nidorino

The glands around their horn produce a venom that dissolves hematocytes and similar kinds of carrier cells, severely damaging their victim's metabolism. Well-trained individuals may continuously produce venom, and would need to dispose of excess by rubbing their horn against rocks and bark. (Source: PEFE)

Nidoking

Their affinity to Ground energy allows them to send small shockwaves across the ground simply by tensing their bodies. Releasing the pent up energy with swift moves, they can tear large trees and poles from the ground in a single stroke. (Source: Trivia)

Cleffa

Clefairy

Clefable

Growlithe

Arcanine

Cubone

At a young age, Cubone will pick a bone from a familial individual, usually their parents, and will mold it into clubs for fighting. Some Cubone are known to strongly attach to the clubs and even assign names to them, and will refuse to hand over or trade them even when better bashing utensils are available. (Source: Trivia)

Marowak

Articuno

With its durable, frost-coated feathers and its ability to throw up kinetic barriers, Articuno can deflect even the most devastating assaults Trainer teams could hope to throw at it. The few who can reach within striking distance are quickly put in line by the bird's swift and decisive talon strikes. (Source: PEFE)

Zapdos

The bird's spiky plumage creates an uniform field of electrical tension and flows with the movement of air from all directions, allowing Zapdos to launch electric bolts at an opponent without the need for turning and aiming at them directly. (Source: Trivia)

Moltres

Moltres' ability to exude heat is constrained by the even surface and blood irrigation of its wings, so it is very vulnerable to Rock-type attacks or to strong blunt hits that could leave lacerations; this is one of the safest ways to force Moltres to admit defeat and retreat fast. (Source: PEFE)

Treecko

Grovyle

Sceptile

Torchic

Combusken

Blaziken

Mudkip

A Mudkip's electrosensitive fins are so finely tuned to the electrical currents in their usual habitat, that farmers bribe and train some wild specimens into tracking flows of water and mineral caves far under the ground.

Marshtomp

Swampert

Tropius

Bagon

Shelgon

Salamence

This belligerent dragon considers all they can survey when flying around their nest as their territory. Any intruders who enter their airspace and attempt to fly higher than Salamence will be met with an Hyper Beam - the dragon's idea of a “warning shot”. (Source: Trivia)

Turtwig

Grotle

Torterra

Chimchar

Monferno

Infernape

Piplup

In their efforts to earn attention and to prepare themselves for their Empoleon stage, trained Piplup will scan their human's abode for slippery surfaces and will defend them fiercely. Some Piplup will spend hours at a time rubbing Teflon-made kitchen utensils against their belly feathers to make sure their plumage is absolutely pristine.

Prinplup

Empoleon

Starly

Staravia

Staraptor

Rowlet

Dartrix

Decidueye

Litten

Torracat

Incineroar

Popplio

Brionne

Primarina

Pikipek

Trumbeak

Toucannon

Yungoos

Gumshoos

Cutiefly

Ribombee

Rockruff

Lycanroc

Mareanie

Fomantis

Lurantis

Salandit

Salazzle

Stufful

Bewear