History FanonPokedex / Beldum

23rd Nov '13 3:59:58 PM Savini24
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Beldum, removed from a colony, are known to eat any metal object they come into contact with. As such, it is important to keep a muzzle on the Beldum's mouth, located in the center of its "hand", until evolution. When feeding the Beldum, close it in a room with a 60/40 mixture of iron scraps and raw meat. Once it has seen the food dish, slowly remove the muzzle. Replace the muzzle after feeding. It is unwise to use metal dishes for feeding Beldum. The muzzle should contain no metal.

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Beldum, removed from a colony, are known to eat any metal object they come into contact with. As such, it is important to keep a muzzle on the Beldum's mouth, located in the center of its "hand", until evolution. When feeding the Beldum, close it in a room with a 60/40 mixture of iron scraps and raw meat. Once it has seen the food dish, slowly remove the muzzle. Replace the muzzle after feeding. It is unwise to use metal dishes for feeding Beldum. The muzzle should contain no metal.
metal. Be sure to give Beldum ample space, as they are prone to ramming whatever they see on occasion.
28th Oct '11 9:03:35 PM rmctagg09
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The resultant "semi-Metagross" isn't strong enough to fully use its new body, so it digs a shallow pit, covers the top with dirt, and lays in wait within that pit. When it feels prey above, it grabs it and eats it whole. Eventually, it has stored enough energy and iron that it can finish the evolutionary process; its brain grows once more, the vents on its limbs achieve full strength, and its four arms grow in size. The adult Metagross's personality is a mixture of both Metang, and it is extremely intelligent. Metagross's intelligence is such that they have been known to temporarily work in groups to capture migrating herds, but the groups always split off afterwards. The size of the cross-shaped steel structure on a Metagross's face can be used to tell its age; very old Metagross have imposing, full-face masks.

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The resultant "semi-Metagross" isn't strong enough to fully use its new body, so it digs a shallow pit, covers the top with dirt, and lays in wait within that pit. When it feels prey above, it grabs it and eats it whole. Eventually, it has stored enough energy and iron that it can finish the evolutionary process; its brain grows once more, the vents on its limbs achieve full strength, and its four arms grow in size. The adult Metagross's personality is a mixture of both Metang, and it is extremely intelligent. Metagross's intelligence is such that they have been known to temporarily work in groups to capture migrating herds, but the groups always split off afterwards. The size of the cross-shaped steel structure on a Metagross's face can be used to tell its age; very old Metagross have imposing, full-face masks.masks.

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5th Feb '11 3:47:55 PM rmctagg09
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Beldum gather in colonies of several thousand, acting as limbs of a single organism. When one Beldum has enough saved energy from its food to go through with the process, it will develop an independent will, find another strong Beldum, and lead it into a small cavern. In that cavern, the other Beldum is telepathically sedated and rendered subservient to the independent Beldum. Once the two are acting as one entity, their eyes explode to allow the network of magnetic fibers comprising their brains to fuse. From there, the individuals' digestive tracts and levitation organs are digested by their bodies to fuel the rapid growth of the central body, which contains newly-developed eyes, a mouth, and a levitation organ. In addition, the magnetic brain has more than doubled in size and complexity from its initial fused state. After about a week, the newly-evolved Metang leaves the cavern and begins getting used to its new body while in the protection of the colony. However, the colony will not feed it; Metang must learn to use its developed body and potent psychic abilities to hunt. After becoming comfortable with its new form, the Metang leaves the cavern and heads deeper into the mountains, where it will seek out another young Metang and they will hunt as a pair. Eventually, one Metang establishes itself as the superior of the two, and will sedate its inferior once retreating to their nest. Once the inferior is sedated, it is made to digest its levitation organ, eyes, and eventually its own digestive tract. At this point, the superior ruptures both central bodies with magnetic forces and fuses the magnetic brains before reshaping the iron of the broken central body casings to form a new central body. The resultant "semi-Metagross" isn't strong enough to fully use its new body, so it digs a shallow pit, covers the top with dirt, and lays in wait within that pit. When it feels prey above, it grabs it and eats it whole. Eventually, it has stored enough energy and iron that it can finish the evolutionary process; its brain grows once more, the vents on its limbs achieve full strength, and its four arms grow in size. The adult Metagross's personality is a mixture of both Metang, and it is extremely intelligent. Metagross's intelligence is such that they have been known to temporarily work in groups to capture migrating herds, but the groups always split off afterwards. The size of the cross-shaped steel structure on a Metagross's face can be used to tell its age; very old Metagross have imposing, full-face masks.

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Beldum gather in colonies of several thousand, acting as limbs of a single organism. When one Beldum has enough saved energy from its food to go through with the process, it will develop an independent will, find another strong Beldum, and lead it into a small cavern. In that cavern, the other Beldum is telepathically sedated and rendered subservient to the independent Beldum. Once the two are acting as one entity, their eyes explode to allow the network of magnetic fibers comprising their brains to fuse. From there, the individuals' digestive tracts and levitation organs are digested by their bodies to fuel the rapid growth of the central body, which contains newly-developed eyes, a mouth, and a levitation organ. In addition, the magnetic brain has more than doubled in size and complexity from its initial fused state.

After about a week, the newly-evolved Metang leaves the cavern and begins getting used to its new body while in the protection of the colony. However, the colony will not feed it; Metang must learn to use its developed body and potent psychic abilities to hunt. After becoming comfortable with its new form, the Metang leaves the cavern and heads deeper into the mountains, where it will seek out another young Metang and they will hunt as a pair. Eventually, one Metang establishes itself as the superior of the two, and will sedate its inferior once retreating to their nest. Once the inferior is sedated, it is made to digest its levitation organ, eyes, and eventually its own digestive tract. At this point, the superior ruptures both central bodies with magnetic forces and fuses the magnetic brains before reshaping the iron of the broken central body casings to form a new central body.

The resultant "semi-Metagross" isn't strong enough to fully use its new body, so it digs a shallow pit, covers the top with dirt, and lays in wait within that pit. When it feels prey above, it grabs it and eats it whole. Eventually, it has stored enough energy and iron that it can finish the evolutionary process; its brain grows once more, the vents on its limbs achieve full strength, and its four arms grow in size. The adult Metagross's personality is a mixture of both Metang, and it is extremely intelligent. Metagross's intelligence is such that they have been known to temporarily work in groups to capture migrating herds, but the groups always split off afterwards. The size of the cross-shaped steel structure on a Metagross's face can be used to tell its age; very old Metagross have imposing, full-face masks.
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