History FanonPokedex / Baltoy

6th May '14 6:50:24 PM Someoneman
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The most obvious aspect of Baltoy is its constant [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning spinning.]] Baltoy will, at almost all times, spin at a rate of about 30 RPM. This spinning helps them concentrate, supporting their psychic ability. Baltoy spin by balancing on one foot and pushing themselves with psychic energy. Anything that interrupts their spinning will be met with a psychic blast. Baltoy spins even when sleeping.

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The most obvious aspect of Baltoy is its constant [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning spinning.]] spinning. Baltoy will, at almost all times, spin at a rate of about 30 RPM. This spinning helps them concentrate, supporting their psychic ability. Baltoy spin by balancing on one foot and pushing themselves with psychic energy. Anything that interrupts their spinning will be met with a psychic blast. Baltoy spins even when sleeping.
26th Feb '14 10:07:44 AM VPhantom
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Claydol, however, is a completely different story. In addition to its formidable psychic ability, it can fire a variety of beam attacks from its cannon-hands. From TMs, it can even learn a move that allows it to fire a beam of ice-cold energy. It spins at 120 RPM, and contact with a spinning Claydol is enough to shatter bone. Finally, it is capable of naturally learning a move that allows it to pack all of its power into one devastating beam, after which it is exhausted and will need to rest. Trainers have dubbed this “Hyper Beam,” for its incredible power.

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Claydol, however, is a completely different story. In addition to its formidable psychic ability, it can fire a variety of beam attacks from its cannon-hands. From TMs, [=TMs=], it can even learn a move that allows it to fire a beam of ice-cold energy. It spins at 120 RPM, and contact with a spinning Claydol is enough to shatter bone. Finally, it is capable of naturally learning a move that allows it to pack all of its power into one devastating beam, after which it is exhausted and will need to rest. Trainers have dubbed this “Hyper Beam,” for its incredible power.
18th Jan '12 2:16:23 PM rmctagg09
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15th Apr '11 4:32:37 PM Luigifan
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Baltoy is a [[DishingOutDirt Ground]]-[[PsychicPowers Psychic]] Pokémon, which stands half a meter tall and weighs 25.5 kilograms. It resembles a spinning top. Its body is made up of two beige spheres, a small one on the bottom, and a larger one at the top. From the top of the top sphere, and the bottom of the bottom sphere, a short spike protrudes. The spike on the top is a psychic antenna. The spike at the bottom is a foot. Two bent rods protrude from the top of the bottom sphere, providing balance. A red line encircles the bottom sphere, broken by a ring of red in the front. In the front of the top sphere are two large eyes (they are not actually eyes, rather eyespots, Baltoy see using psychic emissions to detect nearby beings), covered by a red eyebrow-shaped mark. Its skin is hard, and is reported to feel like rock.

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Baltoy is a [[DishingOutDirt Ground]]-[[PsychicPowers Psychic]] Pokémon, which stands half a meter tall and weighs 25.5 kilograms. It resembles a spinning top. Its body is made up of two beige spheres, a small one on the bottom, and a larger one at the top. From the top of the top sphere, and the bottom of the bottom sphere, a short spike protrudes. The spike on the top is a psychic antenna. The spike at the bottom is a foot. Two bent rods protrude from the top of the bottom sphere, providing balance. A red line encircles the bottom sphere, broken by a ring of red in the front. In the front of the top sphere are two large eyes (they are not actually eyes, rather eyespots, eyespots; Baltoy see using psychic emissions to detect nearby beings), covered by a red eyebrow-shaped mark. Its skin is hard, and is reported to feel like rock.



The most obvious aspect of Baltoy is its constant [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning spinning.]] Baltoy will, at almost all times, spin at a rate of about 30 RPM. This spinning helps them concentrate, supporting their psychic ability. Baltoy spin by balancing on one foot and pushing themselves with psychic energy. Anything that interrupts their spinning will be met with a psychic blast. Baltoy spins even when sleeping

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The most obvious aspect of Baltoy is its constant [[EverythingsBetterWithSpinning spinning.]] Baltoy will, at almost all times, spin at a rate of about 30 RPM. This spinning helps them concentrate, supporting their psychic ability. Baltoy spin by balancing on one foot and pushing themselves with psychic energy. Anything that interrupts their spinning will be met with a psychic blast. Baltoy spins even when sleeping
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It is perfectly symmetrical. Each half of its body weighs exactly 12.75 kilograms, and is proportioned perfectly equally. It uses this symmetry to keep its balance while spinning. Approximately, one in one hundred times, a Baltoy is born with a slight asymmetry. These unfortunate Baltoy do not survive long, as without their ability to spin, they are quickly eaten by Geodude or Graveler, the Baltoy line’s only predator. Both Geodude and Graveler crush Baltoy into powder and eat them like rocks.

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It is perfectly symmetrical. Each half of its body weighs exactly 12.75 kilograms, and is proportioned perfectly equally. It uses this symmetry to keep its balance while spinning. Approximately, Approximately one in one hundred times, a Baltoy is born with a slight asymmetry. These unfortunate Baltoy do not survive long, as without their ability to spin, they are quickly eaten by Geodude or Graveler, the Baltoy line’s only predator. Both Geodude and Graveler crush Baltoy into powder and eat them like rocks.



Baltoy do not mate in the wild, only Claydol. Once a year, all the Claydol at Sky Pillar will fly to the desert, where they begin an incredibly elaborate spinning dance which lasts for over a week. Bit by bit, all Claydol will pair off (as they are genderless, any pair can produce eggs). After a Claydol pair has formed, they will drill a hole in the sand with their feet, share psychic energy (Their equivalent of genetic material), and lay hundreds of eggs into the hole, before flying back to Sky Pillar.

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Baltoy do not mate in the wild, only Claydol. Once a year, all the Claydol at Sky Pillar will fly to the desert, where they begin an incredibly elaborate spinning dance which lasts for over a week. Bit by bit, all Claydol will pair off (as they are genderless, any pair can produce eggs). After a Claydol pair has formed, they will drill a hole in the sand with their feet, share psychic energy (Their (their equivalent of genetic material), and lay hundreds of eggs into the hole, before flying back to Sky Pillar.
28th Mar '11 7:24:14 AM memyselfandI2
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Baltoy and Claydol do not appear often in modern media, except occasionally as minor villains in minor cartoons. However, paintings of both Baltoy and Claydol have been found inside ancient ruins and caves, suggesting that they have been around for a very long time. Some people believe that Baltoy and Claydol are dolls made by an ancient civilization, but there is no evidence of this, and Baltoy and Claydol seem to just be very old Pokemon.

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Baltoy and Claydol do not appear often in modern media, except occasionally as minor villains in minor cartoons. However, paintings of both Baltoy and Claydol have been found inside ancient ruins and caves, suggesting that they have been around for a very long time. Some people believe that Baltoy and Claydol are dolls made by an ancient civilization, but there is no evidence of this, and Baltoy and Claydol seem to just be very old Pokemon. Pokemon.

-memyselfandI
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