History FanonPokedex / Bidoof

23rd Jan '15 12:37:59 AM rmctagg09
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Bidoof and Bibarel live in colonies of twenty to fifty Pokémon. There is no complex social hierarchy; the Pokémon simply gather together for protection and to enable the construction of large dams. If it finds itself alone, a Bidoof or Bibarel will seek out the nearest Bidoof or Bibarel and follow it until reaching its colony. Occasionally, this results in a wild Bidoof following a tame Bidoof home; should this happen, the tame Bidoof's owner should call Animal Control, who will return the stray Pokémon to the nearest colony.

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Bidoof and Bibarel live in colonies of twenty to fifty Pokémon. There is no complex social hierarchy; the Pokémon simply gather together for protection and to enable the construction of large dams. If it finds itself alone, a Bidoof or Bibarel will seek out the nearest Bidoof or Bibarel and follow it until reaching its colony. Occasionally, this results in a wild Bidoof following a tame Bidoof home; should this happen, the tame Bidoof's owner should call Animal Control, who will return the stray Pokémon to the nearest colony.colony.

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11th May '11 2:01:10 PM LifeofPi
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Bibarel are similarly nonchalant, but due to their greater size and strength, and the potent water jets they use to repulse prey, even a single angered Bibarel is a potent threat. Furthermore, Bibarel have been known to use the Superpower attack, normally reserved for Fighting-types or Pokémon taught the move in captivity, to cripple or kill a threat to the group. After using Superpower, Bibarel will be weaker for quite some time, as the attack takes quite a toll on its body. A single Superpower from a healthy adult Bibarel has enough force to crush small cars, and is invariably fatal to humans. Some small leagues have thus banned the use of Superpower in competitions; the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Isshu leagues require the Trainer and Pokémon to have undergone a one-week course on safe restraint before they are licensed to use the move in anything but a self-defense context. Inadequately trained Bibarel using Superpower can pose a threat to themselves as well as others. The immense feats of physical strength are powered by flooding the body with adrenaline, accelerating the animal's heartrate well beyond safe levels. While the accelerated heartrate allows far more oxygen to enter the blood, for use by the muscle groups performing these feats of strength, it can also lead to heart attacks- which, due to the nearly complete inability of a Pokémon using an unrestrained Superpower to feel pain, will go unnoticed until it's too late. [Trainer's Note: Every year some 200 to 300 Pokémon die either using or being hit by Superpower in illegal street battles. Please apply for a license to use this technique, and renew it every six months. Thank you.]

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Bibarel are similarly nonchalant, but due to their greater size and strength, and the potent water jets they use to repulse prey, even a single angered Bibarel is a potent threat. Furthermore, Bibarel have been known to use the Superpower attack, normally reserved for Fighting-types or Pokémon taught the move in captivity, to cripple or kill a threat to the group. After using Superpower, Bibarel will be weaker for quite some time, as the attack takes quite a toll on its body. A single Superpower from a healthy adult Bibarel has enough force to crush small cars, and is invariably fatal to humans. Some small leagues have thus banned the use of Superpower in competitions; the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Isshu Unova leagues require the Trainer and Pokémon to have undergone a one-week course on safe restraint before they are licensed to use the move in anything but a self-defense context. Inadequately trained Bibarel using Superpower can pose a threat to themselves as well as others. The immense feats of physical strength are powered by flooding the body with adrenaline, accelerating the animal's heartrate well beyond safe levels. While the accelerated heartrate allows far more oxygen to enter the blood, for use by the muscle groups performing these feats of strength, it can also lead to heart attacks- which, due to the nearly complete inability of a Pokémon using an unrestrained Superpower to feel pain, will go unnoticed until it's too late. [Trainer's Note: Every year some 200 to 300 Pokémon die either using or being hit by Superpower in illegal street battles. Please apply for a license to use this technique, and renew it every six months. Thank you.]
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