History FanonPokedex / Doduo

23rd Jan '15 1:26:48 AM rmctagg09
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As with courtship rituals, the social structures of Dodrio vary between regions, with some being mostly solitary and only flocking together to seek a common source of food, others forming semi-permanent breeding pairs, and a few forming matriarchal flocks of females that seek out territorial males. Almost all regional populations share the raising of the eggs and chicks, passing their behaviour patterns onto the next generation.

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As with courtship rituals, the social structures of Dodrio vary between regions, with some being mostly solitary and only flocking together to seek a common source of food, others forming semi-permanent breeding pairs, and a few forming matriarchal flocks of females that seek out territorial males. Almost all regional populations share the raising of the eggs and chicks, passing their behaviour patterns onto the next generation.generation.

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13th Sep '12 7:16:11 AM Brick3621
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Doduo is a Pokemon with an outwardly simple body structure, consisting of a roughly spherical body covered in brown feathers, connected by two long slender necks (black in males, brown in females) to two smaller, equally spherical heads, each bearing two eyes and a long slender beak. It also has two similarly long and slender avian legs with four-toed feet. Despite being avian it lacks visible wings, and the tiny vestigial wings are effectively nonfunctional.

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Doduo is a Pokemon Pokémon with an outwardly simple body structure, consisting of a roughly spherical body covered in brown feathers, connected by two long slender necks (black in males, brown in females) to two smaller, equally spherical heads, each bearing two eyes and a long slender beak. It also has two similarly long and slender avian legs with four-toed feet. Despite being avian it lacks visible wings, and the tiny vestigial wings are effectively nonfunctional.



Even amonst Pokemon, Duduo and Dodrio are considered especially strange for their multiple heads. While an odd and unwieldy biological feature, for most Doduo this works well for them and grants several advantages. Each head has a separate brain that generally thinks and develops independently, though usually very similar to the other head due to their shared body and experiences. Dissections have shown that Duduo has a unique spinal chord that splits near the base, giving both heads generally equal control over the rest of the body. (which can prove fatal if the heads argue in dangerous situations, though social instincts usually override such arguments)

Dodrio is similar, with the spinal chord spitting again during the body changes of evolution. Interestingly, the heads of a Dodrio seem to show more individuality than those of Doduo, being more prone to fighting between one another over trifles and food (humorously illogical considering they share the same stomach, and once one head eats all will calm down) and it is never clear which head is the 'main' one, even though many humans assume the middle head is. Doduo line psychology has been the subject of long studies by many Pokemon psychologists in recent times.

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Even amonst Pokemon, Pokémon, Duduo and Dodrio are considered especially strange for their multiple heads. While an odd and unwieldy biological feature, for most Doduo this works well for them and grants several advantages. Each head has a separate brain that generally thinks and develops independently, though usually very similar to the other head due to their shared body and experiences. Dissections have shown that Duduo has a unique spinal chord that splits near the base, giving both heads generally equal control over the rest of the body. (which can prove fatal if the heads argue in dangerous situations, though social instincts usually override such arguments)

Dodrio is similar, with the spinal chord spitting again during the body changes of evolution. Interestingly, the heads of a Dodrio seem to show more individuality than those of Doduo, being more prone to fighting between one another over trifles and food (humorously (which is humorously illogical considering they share the same stomach, and once one head eats all will calm down) and it is never clear which head is the 'main' one, even though many humans assume the middle head is. Doduo line psychology has been the subject of long studies by many Pokemon Pokémon psychologists in recent times.



Aside from the heads, Doduo and Dodrio are also unusual amongst Flying types in that they lack functional wings. While both species have wings, they are vestigial, nearly invisible and too small to be useful for anything except a few fighting moves. Instead, both species have long and powerful legs that give them incredible running speed and jumping height, to the point where Dodrio leaps are easy to mistake for flight and a trainer riding a Doduo can travel long distances with relative ease.

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Aside from the heads, Doduo and Dodrio are also unusual amongst Flying types Flying-types in that they lack functional wings. While both species have wings, they are vestigial, nearly invisible and too small to be useful for anything except a few fighting moves. Instead, both species have long and powerful legs that give them incredible running speed and jumping height, to the point where Dodrio leaps are easy to mistake for flight and a trainer riding a Doduo can travel long distances with relative ease.



Doduo and Dodrio are omnivorous, but dine primarily on small plants according to the season, and various small Bug-types. They are also known to consume small stones to aid digestion (a common habit among reptilian and avian Pokemon, known as gastroliths) which leads to a reputation of trained Doduo and Dodrio eating virtually anything that fits down their throats, including marbles, car keys, currency and shards of glass. [[Trainer's Note: It is highly recommended to keep a captive Doduo or Dodrio under careful supervision, lest they eat something important or dangerous to their health.]]

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Doduo and Dodrio are omnivorous, but dine primarily on small plants according to the season, and various small Bug-types. They are also known to consume small stones to aid digestion (a common habit among reptilian and avian Pokemon, Pokémon, known as gastroliths) which leads to a reputation of trained Doduo and Dodrio eating virtually anything that fits down their throats, including marbles, car keys, currency and shards of glass. [[Trainer's Note: It is highly recommended to keep a captive Doduo or Dodrio under careful supervision, lest they eat something important or dangerous to their health.]]



In some regions, Doduo and Dodrio are rather curious about humans and other Pokemon, following any movement of clothing or limbs and inspecting the various objects that humans leave around them. They are also known to poke smaller humans and Pokemon and run away from the reaction, as if playing a game. Trainers have been known to take advantage of this to provoke battles and capture the Pokemon in question.

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In some regions, Doduo and Dodrio are rather curious about humans and other Pokemon, Pokémon, following any movement of clothing or limbs and inspecting the various objects that humans leave around them. They are also known to poke smaller humans and Pokemon creatures and run away from the reaction, as if playing a game. Trainers have been known to take advantage of this to provoke battles and capture the Pokemon Pokémon in question.



The social structures of Dodrio vary between regions, with some being mostly solitary and only flocking together to seek a common source of food, others forming semi-permanent breeding pairs, and a few form matriarchal flocks of females that seek out territorial males. Almost all regional populations share the raising of the eggs and chicks, passing their behaviour patterns onto the next generation.

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The As with courtship rituals, the social structures of Dodrio vary between regions, with some being mostly solitary and only flocking together to seek a common source of food, others forming semi-permanent breeding pairs, and a few form forming matriarchal flocks of females that seek out territorial males. Almost all regional populations share the raising of the eggs and chicks, passing their behaviour patterns onto the next generation.
29th Oct '11 8:27:15 AM rmctagg09
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Both Doduo and Dodrio are primarily found in plains, savannah, bush and deserts, only rarely living in forested regions. They can be found in the world in Kanto and Johto regions, while elsewhere they are a staple of Safari Zones.

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Both Doduo and Dodrio are primarily found in plains, savannah, bush and deserts, only rarely living in forested regions. They can be found mainly in the world in Kanto and Johto regions, while elsewhere they are a staple of Safari Zones.
29th Oct '11 8:26:30 AM rmctagg09
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