History FanonPokedex / Bagon

24th May '15 6:47:29 PM nombretomado
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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[Literature/DragonridersOfPern long-lived series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.

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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon [[WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[Literature/DragonridersOfPern long-lived series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.
6th Apr '15 10:10:28 AM nombretomado
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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[DragonridersofPern long-lived series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.

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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[DragonridersofPern [[Literature/DragonridersOfPern long-lived series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.
30th Dec '13 11:49:32 PM rmctagg09
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While rare, stable populations of Bagon have been recorded living in caves and in mountainous regions, with a handful of known populations residing in alternative habitats, most notably a stable population of Bagon residing in the regions to the immediate east of Unova's Route 15. Some of the most prominent stable populations of Bagon have been documented in Hoenn and Sinnoh, with the largest of these located within the Meteor Falls between Routes 114 and 115 and in a region to the north of Route 210 to the east of Celestic Town. Although individual Shelgon and Salamence have occasionally been spotted in the wild near areas known to house Bagon, there are no known stable wild populations for either species of Pokémon with the exception of a population of Shelgon introduced to the area around the Johto Safari Zone.

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While rare, stable populations of Bagon have been recorded living in caves and in mountainous regions, with a handful of known populations residing in alternative habitats, most notably a stable population of Bagon residing in the regions to the immediate east of Unova's Route 15. Some of the most prominent stable populations of Bagon have been documented in Hoenn and Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Kalos with the largest of these located within the Meteor Falls between Routes 114 and 115 and 115, in a region to the north of Route 210 to the east of Celestic Town.Town, and the cliffsides of Kalos' Route 8. Although individual Shelgon and Salamence have occasionally been spotted in the wild near areas known to house Bagon, there are no known stable wild populations for either species of Pokémon with the exception of a population of Shelgon introduced to the area around the Johto Safari Zone.
23rd Jul '12 9:24:16 AM rmctagg09
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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[Literature/TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[Literature/SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]

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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[Literature/TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} [[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[Literature/SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]
22nd Jul '12 1:27:10 PM LordGro
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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]

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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[TheHobbit [[Literature/TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[SleepingBeauty [[Literature/SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]
27th Jun '12 1:40:59 PM FELH2
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The final evolution of Bagon, Salamence, is a quadrupedal dragon that stands approximately 150 centimeters in height with two wings and three pairs of spike-like protrusions from the side of its head. Like its younger counterparts, Salamence also have regions of their body covered by bony armor, namely the underside of their jaw and its underbelly, though its armor in markedly thinner than that of its younger counterparts. The rest of a Salamence's body is dominated by blue scales, with red scales present along the the entirety of its wings, the front of its neck, the underside of its tail, two ridges along the top of its head and ridges running along the length of the rear of its upper forelegs and front of its upper rear legs. Each of a Salamence's four legs sports three large and sharp claws, which it uses in battle and in attacking prey. Like Shelgon, Salamence have large, but unexposed fangs with a pair of particularly prominent fangs located on the upper and lower jaw.

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The final evolution of Bagon, Salamence, is a quadrupedal dragon that stands approximately 150 centimeters in height with two wings and three pairs of spike-like protrusions from the side of its head. Like its younger counterparts, Salamence also have regions of their body covered by bony armor, namely the underside of their jaw and its underbelly, though its armor in markedly thinner than that of its younger counterparts. The rest of a Salamence's body is dominated by blue scales, with red scales present along the the entirety of its wings, the front of its neck, the underside of its tail, two ridges along the top of its head and ridges running along the length of the rear of its upper forelegs and front of its upper rear legs. Each of a Salamence's four legs sports three large and sharp claws, which it uses in battle and in attacking prey. Like Shelgon, Salamence have large, but unexposed fangs with a pair of particularly prominent fangs located on the upper and lower jaw.
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All stages of the Bagon line have a nigh-fanatical fixation with flying. The youngest stage, Bagon, is infamous for its attempts at flying in the wild by diving off of high ledges near its den, which can result in injury or death if one of the creatures overestimates the strength of its bony "helmet." Wild Shelgon also tend to live close to tall ledges, but seldom dive off of cliffs after their first attempt after evolution due to a risk of rolling over and becoming stranded. Both wild and captive Salamence routinely fly, and enjoy performing complex mid-air aerobatics. Being physically unable to fly, often from a broken wing or damaged gas bladder, is often a traumatizing experience for the dragons, and individuals have been known to sink into deep depressions until they are once again capable of fight.

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All stages of the Bagon line have a nigh-fanatical fixation with flying. The youngest stage, Bagon, is infamous for its attempts at flying in the wild by diving off of high ledges near its den, which can result in injury or death if one of the creatures overestimates the strength of its bony "helmet." Wild Shelgon also tend to live close to tall ledges, but seldom dive off of cliffs after their first attempt after evolution due to a risk of rolling over and becoming stranded. Both wild and captive Salamence routinely fly, and enjoy performing complex mid-air aerobatics. Being physically unable to fly, often from a broken wing or damaged gas bladder, is often a traumatizing experience for the dragons, and individuals have been known to sink into deep depressions until they are once again capable of fight.
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Bagon appear to be highly opportunistic predators, and typically feed on any creature not dramatically larger than themselves that is visibly weak enough to be subdued or otherwise conveniently located below them on a cliff face, and have been recorded scavenging carrion. Shelgon appear to share similar feeding habits as Bagon, though with a much heavier emphasis on scavenging over hunting due to its weighty shell. Salamence are active predators, and have a diet limited only by the thickness of its potential prey's hide and the presence of any toxins. In myths, it is alleged that Salamence cannibalize their fellow brethren, though this behavior has yet to be reliably documented either in the wild or in captivity.

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Bagon appear to be highly opportunistic predators, and typically feed on any creature not dramatically larger than themselves that is visibly weak enough to be subdued or otherwise conveniently located below them on a cliff face, and have been recorded scavenging carrion. Shelgon appear to share similar feeding habits as Bagon, though with a much heavier emphasis on scavenging over hunting due to its weighty shell. Salamence are active predators, and have a diet limited only by the thickness of its potential prey's hide and the presence of any toxins. In myths, it is alleged that Salamence cannibalize their fellow brethren, though this behavior has yet to be reliably documented either in the wild or in captivity.
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Members of this line that live near other populations of draconic creatures appear to often be more amicable towards such Pokémon than towards more normal creatures. Populations of Bagon and its elder forms that have been recorded living near populations of Dratini or Swablu and its elder counterparts have been recorded tolerating territorial incursions that would merit an assault were they committed by other creatures. One of the most dramatic known examples of this increased amicableness towards other draconic creatures consists of a population of Bagon and its evolutions near an introduced population of Charizard within Hoenn. Individuals from the Bagon line from this population appear to form interspecies crèches with the local Charizard, and have been documented cohabitating with their counterparts from this population of creatures from the Charmander line during the colder months of the year.

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Members of this line that live near other populations of draconic creatures appear to often be more amicable towards such Pokémon than towards more normal creatures. Populations of Bagon and its elder forms that have been recorded living near populations of Dratini or Swablu and its elder counterparts have been recorded tolerating territorial incursions that would merit an assault were they committed by other creatures. One of the most dramatic known examples of this increased amicableness towards other draconic creatures consists of a population of Bagon and its evolutions near an introduced population of Charizard within Hoenn. Individuals from the Bagon line from this population appear to form interspecies crèches with the local Charizard, and have been documented cohabitating with their counterparts from this population of creatures from the Charmander line during the colder months of the year.
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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]

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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]
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21st Jun '12 10:48:40 PM TracerBullet
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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[DragonridersofPern long-lived (so long-lived, in fact, that the series is now on it's second author and has out-lived the original author) series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.

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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[DragonridersofPern long-lived (so long-lived, in fact, that the series is now on it's second author and has out-lived the original author) series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.
4th Mar '12 8:04:31 PM Jagzariamut
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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a long-lived series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.

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In recent years, members of the Bagon line have begun to be portrayed in a more sympathetic light in media, including the presence of a Bagon as a recurring ally within [[{{Mario}} a massive series of platforming games and spin-off media]] [[PowerupMount that helps the player to defeat enemies]], including in a (rarely depicted) state as a Salamence, [[Film/HowToTrainYourDragon and an animated adaptation]] of [[Literature/HowToTrainYourDragon the first book of a fairly successful series revolving around a teenage trainer and his Salamence,]] as well as a [[DragonridersofPern long-lived (so long-lived, in fact, that the series is now on it's second author and has out-lived the original author) series of books involving Salamence that were genetically modified by humans on a distant planet.planet]]. Naturally, [[TheRedStapler demand for these creatures has risen]] among trainers, including fairly young trainers, which has been a cause of concern among many health and public safety officials, who are attempting to gauge whether the increased interest in these creatures will taper off quickly or be a longer-term phenomena similar to the interest in members of the Sandshrew line. Law enforcement officials have noted a significant uptick in trafficking of Pokémon in the Bagon line, as well as an uptick in the number of injuries and deaths stemming from bungled attempts to poach these rare creatures.
18th Jan '12 10:45:04 PM TracerBullet
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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]

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These impressions of Bagon and its evolutions have manifested themselves in a number of often vitriolic depictions of the creatures from this line. Bagon and its evolutions make numerous appearances as enemies of varying degrees of strength in a number of roleplaying games. The final form, Salamence, regularly assumes the role of a major antagonist in a truly staggering range of works, including within [[TheHobbit a novel by a celebrated author of fantasy fiction]], as a boss a [[TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess wildly popular action adventure video game]], [[{{Skyrim}} as agents of an evil deity in a RPG set in a subarctic land]], and as a form assumed by a evil sorceress [[Disney/SleepingBeauty within an animated film]] based off of [[SleepingBeauty a fairy tale.]]
18th Jan '12 3:52:56 PM TracerBullet
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Although they have been known to exhibit immense loyalty to their trainers, Salamence are by far the most dangerous members of the Bagon line. As creatures, Salamence are effectively living weapons, with sharp claws on each limb, a mouthful of razor-like teeth, and breath attacks with a destructive potential in the top percentage of those utilized by other Pokémon. Unlike both of its younger brethren, Salamence is not only capable of killing and devouring an unwary trainer without great effort, but has been recorded as doing so on occasion. In spite of Salamence's reputation as a man-eater, it appears that the vast majority of fatal encounters between humans and Salamence stem from the latter's notorious temperament rather than any true hunger. Salamence by and large are fairly ill-tempered, and typically suffer unwelcome entities on their territory of any sort and perceived threats to themselves or to any offspring or companions exceedingly poorly. Researchers are presently at a loss to account for the degree of aggression exhibited by Salamence, though observations of captive individuals suggest a connection between individual Salamence's experiences as a Shelgon and its temperament after evolution. An enraged Salamence is often also a public safety hazard, as incensed Salamence have been noted to enter mindless rampages that end only after the individual is too physically exhausted to continue. Due to their incredible strength and their often vicious temperament, it is not unheard of for a captive Salamence's opponent in a battle to be seriously injured or killed. For this reason, a number of minor leagues and tournaments have opted to ban the creatures entirely from their matches (including one which, for some reason, has recently unbanned it) and a handful of larger leagues have received petitions from concerned trainers and public safety officials to follow suit, though they presently remain legal in the Indigo, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova Leagues.

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Although they have been known to exhibit immense loyalty to their trainers, Salamence are by far the most dangerous members of the Bagon line. As creatures, Salamence are effectively living weapons, with sharp claws on each limb, a mouthful of razor-like teeth, and breath attacks with a destructive potential in the top percentage of those utilized by other Pokémon. Unlike both of its younger brethren, Salamence is not only capable of killing and devouring an unwary trainer without great effort, but has been recorded as doing so on occasion. In spite of Salamence's reputation as a man-eater, it appears that the vast majority of fatal encounters between humans and Salamence stem from the latter's notorious temperament rather than any true hunger. Salamence by and large are fairly ill-tempered, and typically suffer unwelcome entities on their territory of any sort and perceived threats to themselves or to any offspring or companions exceedingly poorly. Researchers are presently at a loss to account for the degree of aggression exhibited by Salamence, though observations of captive individuals suggest a connection between individual Salamence's experiences as a Shelgon and its temperament after evolution. An enraged Salamence is often also a public safety hazard, as incensed Salamence have been noted to enter mindless rampages that end only after the individual is too physically exhausted to continue. Due to their incredible strength and their often vicious temperament, it is not unheard of for a captive Salamence's opponent in a battle to be seriously injured or killed. For this reason, a number of minor leagues and tournaments have opted or otherwise have for times in the past opted to ban the creatures entirely from their matches (including one which, for some reason, has recently unbanned it) matches, and a handful of larger leagues have received petitions from concerned trainers and public safety officials to follow suit, though they presently remain legal in the Indigo, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova Leagues.
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