History FanonPokedex / Entei

23rd Nov '13 1:19:42 PM Savini24
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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/{{Growlithe}} Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility. Other theories hypothesize that Flareon is a more likely candidate, making its brethren resurrections of Jolteon and Vaporeon, tying them closely together.

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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/{{Growlithe}} Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility. Other theories hypothesize that Flareon [[{{FanonPokedex/Eevee}} Flareon]] is a more likely candidate, making its brethren resurrections of Jolteon and Vaporeon, tying them closely together.
23rd Nov '13 1:18:21 PM Savini24
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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/{{Growlithe}} Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility.

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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/{{Growlithe}} Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility.
responsibility. Other theories hypothesize that Flareon is a more likely candidate, making its brethren resurrections of Jolteon and Vaporeon, tying them closely together.
15th Apr '13 3:12:44 PM Pykrete
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The most well-known legend concerning Entei is that of the destruction of Tin Tower (see Ho-oh: Lore and History). After the tower burned down, {{FanonPokedex/Ho-oh}} took pity on three Pokémon that perished in the collapse and resurrected them as the Legendary Beasts of Johto. One of them became Entei, an embodiment of the fire that consumed the tower, charged to keep its blaze in check across the land (Entei's observed actions are actually more closely targeted to volcanoes than fire in general; see later); its siblings became {{FanonPokedex/Raikou}} and {{FanonPokedex/Suicune}}. Though Ho-oh's ability to resurrect a dead Pokémon is in question, skeptics admit that no evidence, legend, or sighting accounts of Entei date further back than 500 years when the tower's collapse was recorded by Ecruteak scribes.

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The most well-known legend concerning Entei is that of the destruction of Tin Brass Tower (see Ho-oh: Lore and History). After the tower burned down, {{FanonPokedex/Ho-oh}} took pity on three Pokémon that perished in the collapse and resurrected them as the Legendary Beasts of Johto. One of them became Entei, an embodiment of the fire that consumed the tower, charged to keep its blaze in check across the land (Entei's observed actions are actually more closely targeted to volcanoes than fire in general; see later); its siblings became {{FanonPokedex/Raikou}} and {{FanonPokedex/Suicune}}. Though Ho-oh's ability to resurrect a dead Pokémon is in question, skeptics admit that no evidence, legend, or sighting accounts of Entei date further back than 500 years when the tower's collapse was recorded by Ecruteak scribes.
15th Apr '13 3:03:55 PM Pykrete
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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/Growlithe Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility.

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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/Growlithe [[FanonPokedex/{{Growlithe}} Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility.
15th Apr '13 3:03:07 PM Pykrete
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Entei is often seen near or atop volcanoes shortly before and during eruption. Entei is the only one of the Johto Legendary Beasts to make regular trips out of the region around the world to visit volcanoes. It is unusual in that despite its strong connection to fire and magma, it is most often sighted far at sea either stowing away on commercial ships, riding atop a Wailord or Gyarados with a full vanguard at the flanks, or at island villages in remote archipelagoes as a herald of an impending eruption.

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Entei is often seen near or atop volcanoes shortly before and during eruption. Entei is the only one of the Johto Legendary Beasts to make regular trips out of the region around the world to visit volcanoes. It is unusual in that despite its strong connection to fire and magma, it is most often sighted far at sea either stowing away on commercial ships, riding atop a Wailord or Gyarados with a full vanguard at the flanks, or at island villages in remote archipelagoes as a herald of an impending eruption.
eruption. Satellite images of eruption sites visited by Entei almost always reveal new vents spontaneously opening on the back face of the volcano, supposedly to vent pressure, mitigate the blast, and direct the worst of the lava and debris away from civilization.



Entei, like all Legendaries, is exceedingly powerful, on the approximate level of the A-teams of some of the most powerful Gym Leaders in Johto. Its very appearance in the vicinity of a volcano heralds an eruption, and is itself a warning to vacate the area.

Given that its abilities include spontaneously creating lava flows far from geothermal faults, it should be readily apparent how foolish it is to attack such a creature or force it to fight with Mean Look. When ambushed at sea, not only is Entei quite capable of putting up a fight on its own, but it will send a psychic SOS to all nearby sea Pokémon, who are likely to have much less restraint to incapacitate rather than kill. Attacking Entei means bringing [[ChasedByAngryNatives the entire local wild population down around one's ears]].

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Entei, like all Legendaries, is exceedingly powerful, on the approximate level of the A-teams of some of the most powerful Gym Leaders in Johto. Its While unprovoked attacks from Entei are unheard of, its very appearance in the vicinity of a volcano heralds an eruption, and is itself a warning to vacate the area.

Given that its abilities include spontaneously creating lava flows far from geothermal faults, it should be readily apparent how foolish it is to attack the foolishness of attacking such a creature or force forcing it to fight with Mean Look.Look should be readily apparent. When ambushed at sea, not only is Entei quite capable of putting up a fight on its own, but it will send a psychic SOS to all nearby sea Pokémon, who are likely to have much less restraint to incapacitate rather than kill. Attacking Entei means bringing [[ChasedByAngryNatives the entire local wild population down around one's ears]].
15th Apr '13 2:51:52 PM Pykrete
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Despite not being in the same line as the two smaller canines, Entei is very similar in shape and fur color to Growlithe and Arcanine, resulting in a theory that at one time, Arcanine evolved into Entei, although how this could be is still up in the air.


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Entei bears several passing anatomical resemblances to the Pokémon Arcanine, whose evolutionary predecessor [[FanonPokedex/Growlithe Growlithe]] inhabits the travel routes directly south of Ecruteak. Should the resurrection legend prove true, Entei may be a resurrected specimen of that line, modified to suit its new responsibility.
2nd Mar '12 11:34:46 AM Jagzariamut
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Despite not being in the same line as the two smaller canines, Entei is very similar in shape and fur color to Growlithe and Arcanine, resulting in a theory that at one time, Arcanine evolved into Entei, although how this could be is still up in the air.
13th Aug '11 11:13:57 PM rmctagg09
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23rd Jun '11 11:44:21 AM SilentReverence
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The most well-known legend concerning Entei is that of the destruction of Tin Tower (see Ho-oh: Lore and History). After the tower burned down, Ho-oh took pity on three Pokémon that perished in the collapse and resurrected them as the Legendary Beasts of Johto. One of them became Entei, an embodiment of the fire that consumed the tower, charged to keep its blaze in check across the land (Entei's observed actions are actually more closely targeted to volcanoes than fire in general; see later). Though Ho-oh's ability to resurrect a dead Pokémon is in question, skeptics admit that no evidence, legend, or sighting accounts of Entei date further back than 500 years when the tower's collapse was recorded by Ecruteak scribes.

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The most well-known legend concerning Entei is that of the destruction of Tin Tower (see Ho-oh: Lore and History). After the tower burned down, Ho-oh {{FanonPokedex/Ho-oh}} took pity on three Pokémon that perished in the collapse and resurrected them as the Legendary Beasts of Johto. One of them became Entei, an embodiment of the fire that consumed the tower, charged to keep its blaze in check across the land (Entei's observed actions are actually more closely targeted to volcanoes than fire in general; see later).later); its siblings became {{FanonPokedex/Raikou}} and {{FanonPokedex/Suicune}}. Though Ho-oh's ability to resurrect a dead Pokémon is in question, skeptics admit that no evidence, legend, or sighting accounts of Entei date further back than 500 years when the tower's collapse was recorded by Ecruteak scribes.



In addition, Entei carries a great deal of status among wild Pokémon, and captive Psychic-types explain that assisting Entei is considered a great honor. Its requests for sea travel rarely go unanswered without a mount and full escort, and if it loses the upper hand at sea it will send a psychic SOS to all nearby Pokémon. One infamously ill-fated pirate boarding of a commercial fishing vessel resulted in not only being confronted with the stowaway Entei itself, but several Gyarados and Tentacruel, a flock of Fearow, and Kyogre who happened to be in the vicinity. Needless to say, the attackers were swiftly stopped.

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In addition, Entei carries a great deal of status among wild Pokémon, and captive Psychic-types explain that assisting Entei is considered a great honor. Its requests for sea travel rarely go unanswered without a mount and full escort, and if it loses the upper hand at sea it will send a psychic SOS to all nearby Pokémon. One infamously ill-fated pirate boarding of a commercial fishing vessel resulted in not only being confronted with the stowaway Entei itself, but several Gyarados [[{{FanonPokedex/Magikarp}} Gyarados]] and Tentacruel, a flock of Fearow, and Kyogre {{FanonPokedex/Kyogre}} who happened to be in the vicinity. Needless to say, the attackers were swiftly stopped.



Given that its abilities include spontaneously creating lava flows far from geothermal faults, it should be readily apparent how foolish it is to attack such a creature or force it to fight with Mean Look. When ambushed at sea, not only is Entei quite capable of putting up a fight on its own, but it will send a psychic SOS to all nearby sea Pokémon, who are likely to have much less restraint to incapacitate rather than kill. Attacking Entei means bringing the entire local wild population down around one's ears.

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Given that its abilities include spontaneously creating lava flows far from geothermal faults, it should be readily apparent how foolish it is to attack such a creature or force it to fight with Mean Look. When ambushed at sea, not only is Entei quite capable of putting up a fight on its own, but it will send a psychic SOS to all nearby sea Pokémon, who are likely to have much less restraint to incapacitate rather than kill. Attacking Entei means bringing [[ChasedByAngryNatives the entire local wild population down around one's ears.
ears]].



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