History FanonPokedex / Chinchou

15th Jun '14 11:21:53 AM rmctagg09
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Both Chinchou and Lanturn are mainly found near the deep ocean floor off the coasts of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Unova, with Lanturn living even deeper. They prefer temperate to tropical waters, explaining their rarity in the Sinnoh region. In Sinnoh they often come into conflict with their Finneon and Lumineon cousins, but due to their Electric abilities they tend to have the competitive advantage. Smaller populations also exist off the coast of Driftveil City and Route 18 in Unova.

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Both Chinchou and Lanturn are mainly found near the deep ocean floor off the coasts of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Sinnoh, Unova, and Kalos, with Lanturn living even deeper. They prefer temperate to tropical waters, explaining their rarity in the Sinnoh region. In Sinnoh they often come into conflict with their Finneon and Lumineon cousins, but due to their Electric abilities they tend to have the competitive advantage. Smaller populations also exist off the coast of Driftveil City and Route 18 in Unova.Unova, while in Kalos they're a common sight off the shore of Shalour City and the Azure Bay.
6th Aug '11 8:41:45 AM rmctagg09
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27th Jun '11 8:36:48 PM rmctagg09
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Lanturn are fish-like Pokemon with some delphinoid features. The two antennae on Chinchou have now become a single antennae with two bulbs. Lanturn use their bulbs in the same way as Chinchou, but they are capable or generating a much higher electric current. Their bulbs are also much brighter, and are capable of lighting up the ocean's surface from three miles down. This has led to Lanturn earning the nickname of "The Deep-Sea Star", as their lights can give the sea the appearance of a starlit night.

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Lanturn are fish-like Pokemon with also piscine Pokemon, but they also have some delphinoid features. The two antennae on Chinchou have now become a single antennae with two bulbs. Lanturn use their bulbs in the same way as Chinchou, but they are capable or generating a much higher electric current. Their bulbs are also much brighter, and are capable of lighting up the ocean's surface from three miles down. This has led to Lanturn earning the nickname of "The Deep-Sea Star", as their lights can give the sea the appearance of a starlit night.
27th Jun '11 8:34:54 PM rmctagg09
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Chinchou are small, blue, and round fish-like Angler [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] with a pair of tiny white fins and two small blue feet. Chinchou's eyes have unique pupils that are shaped like plus signs. They are found in dark ocean floors at depths down to a mile. Their most famous feature are two antennae positioned on their rear with yellow teardrop-shaped bulbs that are positively and negatively charged due to a special species of bacteria. It uses them to attract and kill prey, defend itself from predators, and to communicate. A common use of Chinchou by fishermen is to use them to attract fish towards their nets, with a fish being given as a reward. Navies will use Chinchou as a replacement for signal lights on boats, as they are capable of surviving long periods outside the water, even though they are a deep-water species.

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Chinchou are small, blue, and round fish-like piscine Angler [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] with a pair of tiny white fins and two small blue feet. Chinchou's eyes have unique pupils that are shaped like plus signs. They are found in dark ocean floors at depths down to a mile. Their most famous feature are two antennae positioned on their rear with yellow teardrop-shaped bulbs that are positively and negatively charged due to a special species of bacteria. It uses them to attract and kill prey, defend itself from predators, and to communicate. A common use of Chinchou by fishermen is to use them to attract fish towards their nets, with a fish being given as a reward. Navies will use Chinchou as a replacement for signal lights on boats, as they are capable of surviving long periods outside the water, even though they are a deep-water species.
8th May '11 5:24:44 PM Brick3621
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Chinchou are small, blue, and round fish-like Pokemon that are found at depths down to a mile underneath the ocean. Their most famous feature are two antennae with yellow bulbs that are positively and negatively charged due to a special species of bacteria. It uses them to attract and kill prey, defend itself from predators, and to communicate. A common use of Chinchou by fishermen is to use them to attract fish towards their nets, with a fish being given as a reward. Navies will use Chinchou as a replacement for signal lights on boats, as they are capable of surviving long periods outside the water, even though they are a deep-water species.

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Chinchou are small, blue, and round fish-like Pokemon Angler [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] with a pair of tiny white fins and two small blue feet. Chinchou's eyes have unique pupils that are shaped like plus signs. They are found in dark ocean floors at depths down to a mile underneath the ocean. mile. Their most famous feature are two antennae positioned on their rear with yellow teardrop-shaped bulbs that are positively and negatively charged due to a special species of bacteria. It uses them to attract and kill prey, defend itself from predators, and to communicate. A common use of Chinchou by fishermen is to use them to attract fish towards their nets, with a fish being given as a reward. Navies will use Chinchou as a replacement for signal lights on boats, as they are capable of surviving long periods outside the water, even though they are a deep-water species.



Both Chinchou and Lanturn are mainly found near the ocean floor off the coasts of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh, with Lanturn living even deeper. They prefer temperate to tropical waters, explaining their rarity in the Sinnoh region. In Sinnoh they often come into conflict with their Finneon and Lumineon cousins, but due to their Electric abilities they tend to have the competitive advantage. Smaller populations also exist off the coast of Driftveil City and Route 18 in Unova.

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Both Chinchou and Lanturn are mainly found near the deep ocean floor off the coasts of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Sinnoh, Unova, with Lanturn living even deeper. They prefer temperate to tropical waters, explaining their rarity in the Sinnoh region. In Sinnoh they often come into conflict with their Finneon and Lumineon cousins, but due to their Electric abilities they tend to have the competitive advantage. Smaller populations also exist off the coast of Driftveil City and Route 18 in Unova.
1st Apr '11 11:57:13 PM rmctagg09
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Both Chinchou and Lanturn are found near the ocean floor off the coasts of Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh, with Lanturn living even deeper. They prefer temperate to tropical waters, explaining their rarity in the Sinnoh region. In Sinnoh they often come into conflict with their Finneon and Lumineon cousins, but due to their Electric abilities they tend to have the competitive advantage.

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Both Chinchou and Lanturn are mainly found near the ocean floor off the coasts of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh, with Lanturn living even deeper. They prefer temperate to tropical waters, explaining their rarity in the Sinnoh region. In Sinnoh they often come into conflict with their Finneon and Lumineon cousins, but due to their Electric abilities they tend to have the competitive advantage.
advantage. Smaller populations also exist off the coast of Driftveil City and Route 18 in Unova.
1st Apr '11 11:43:36 PM rmctagg09
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Lanturn are fish-like Pokemon somewhat reminiscent of a dolphin. The two antennae on Chinchou have now become a single antennae with two bulbs. Lanturn use their bulbs in the same way as Chinchou, but they are capable or generating a much higher electric current. Their bulbs are also much brighter, and are capable of lighting up the ocean's surface from three miles down. This has led to Lanturn earning the nickname of "The Deep-Sea Star", as their lights can give the sea the appearance of a starlit night.

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Lanturn are fish-like Pokemon somewhat reminiscent of a dolphin.with some delphinoid features. The two antennae on Chinchou have now become a single antennae with two bulbs. Lanturn use their bulbs in the same way as Chinchou, but they are capable or generating a much higher electric current. Their bulbs are also much brighter, and are capable of lighting up the ocean's surface from three miles down. This has led to Lanturn earning the nickname of "The Deep-Sea Star", as their lights can give the sea the appearance of a starlit night.
1st Apr '11 11:42:46 PM rmctagg09
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Another interesting attribute is their ability to convert electrical charges into energy, a unique side effect of their partial Electric typing. It works by the antennae catching electricity and the bacteria metabolizing it into energy, which is then absorbed by the Pokemon.

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Another interesting attribute is their ability to convert electrical charges into energy, a unique side effect of their partial Electric typing. It works by the antennae catching electricity and the bacteria metabolizing it into energy, which is then absorbed by the Pokemon.
Pokemon. A rarer subspecies of Lanturn is capable of healing faster by passing large amounts of water through their gills.
28th Mar '11 8:45:55 AM rmctagg09
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28th Mar '11 8:45:35 AM rmctagg09
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Chinchou live either alone or in small schools of up to 20 individuals, who keep together through flashes. After they evolve into Lanturn, they split up into groups of 3-5 individuals, though loners are not uncommon.

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Chinchou live either alone or in small schools of up to 20 individuals, who keep together through flashes. After they evolve into Lanturn, they split up into groups of 3-5 individuals, though loners are not uncommon.uncommon.

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