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 Do note here that the operative word is “later use”. A Pokémon can not (reasonably) draw Water-type energy let loose after a Surf and use it to immediately feed its own Hydro Pump, though it could, if mastered the required hydrokinetics,​ use the loose Water-type energy to draw in some of the water, and use //that// to help form a Water Pulse later on. What this does is it saves the Pokémon having to spend energy to defold their //own// Water-type energy to convert it into water mass, though that energy is spent drawing water as an external resource instead. Do note here that the operative word is “later use”. A Pokémon can not (reasonably) draw Water-type energy let loose after a Surf and use it to immediately feed its own Hydro Pump, though it could, if mastered the required hydrokinetics,​ use the loose Water-type energy to draw in some of the water, and use //that// to help form a Water Pulse later on. What this does is it saves the Pokémon having to spend energy to defold their //own// Water-type energy to convert it into water mass, though that energy is spent drawing water as an external resource instead.
  
-Energy having Type is a result of that energy being “//​used//​”,​ that is, being projected into objects and transferred or used to exert force just like kinetic energy would. ​Energy that is let loose (aimless) in the ambient for enough time, without ​being drawn in by a Pokémon or coalescing into a Gemit eventually loses its Type properties ​and becomes **“Typeless” ​energy**, which is similar to the concept of potential energy and can only be stored ​for indirect use as an explosive release, realized for Pokémon in the form of either ​[[Evolution]] or a [[${LIMIT_BREAK}]].+Energy having Type is a result of that energy being “//​used//​”,​ that is, being projected into objects and transferred or used to exert force just like kinetic energy would. ​However, energy can not retain its type while it is not being in use, and thus energy ​that is left aimless ​for a long time "​decays"​ into what is known as [[#Typeless Energy]].
  
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 In the region of Suocé, the largest deposits of Gem minerals are located: on the coast of Marisávide (Water-type),​ under the La Plancha Sovereignty (Ground-type),​ on the crimsom dunes area east of the capital (Fighting-type) and near the north-east edges of the region (Flying-type). In the region of Suocé, the largest deposits of Gem minerals are located: on the coast of Marisávide (Water-type),​ under the La Plancha Sovereignty (Ground-type),​ on the crimsom dunes area east of the capital (Fighting-type) and near the north-east edges of the region (Flying-type).
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 +===== Typeless Energy =====
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 +Energy that is let loose (aimless) in the ambient for enough time, without being drawn in by a Pokémon or coalescing into a Gem, it eventually loses its Type properties and becomes **“Typeless” energy**, which is similar to the concept of potential energy. Once energy becomes Typeless, it can not regain a type naturally except by extremely invasive and expensive procedures; that is, except by the intervention of some high-end Legendaries such as [[bp>​Xerneas]] or [[bp>​Jirachi]].
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 +Typeless Energy is, for the most part, of no immediate use for Pokémon, as their Omnisacs are not tuned to defold it or convert it into mass; it can mostly be stored for later use, which takes place as an indirect surge of power that allows Pokémon to perform either [[Evolution]] or a [[${LIMIT_BREAK}]].
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