History FanonPokedex / Gastly

28th Oct '11 9:30:29 PM rmctagg09
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28th Oct '11 9:29:59 PM rmctagg09
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[-See other entries [[ThePokedexExtendedFanonEdition HERE]]-]

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[-See other entries [[ThePokedexExtendedFanonEdition HERE]]-][-Written by {{@/Neo Crimson}}.-]
27th Feb '11 2:52:28 AM MrWacked
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For purposes of training, firm discipline is important to avoid members of the Gastly line from becoming poltergeist-like pests, this problem is readily apparent when one brings an undisciplined one into a home, pokecenter, etc. It is doubly important, however, to avoid abuse and neglect at all cost, the only thing worse than a mischievous, uncontrollable Gastly member is an [[NightmareFuel angry, vengeful one]] who will at best make life a living hell for its trainer, more likely, the abusive trainer will suddenly [[MakeItLookLikeAnAccident die in a humiliating, painful fashion.]]

On the other extreme, loyal members of the Gastly line take defense of their trainer seriously- familiarize them with friends and family as soon as possible to avoid potentially deadly misunderstandings. With Gastly and Haunter, misunderstood gestures may result in a paralyzing lick at worst or the odd book being thrown at the offender- Gengar are far less lenient and will react to assumed attacks with the most lethal powers available to them. (It should be noted, however, it is because of this 'overreaction' that households and trainers known to host loyal Gengar are rarely, if ever, robbed, and then only once.)

13th Jan '11 12:11:18 AM Hybrid1
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These dangers can be avoided by carry a small emf detector when entering likely areas. These devices can pick up the electromagnetic waves given off by members of the line, alerting you to their presence even if they are invisible.

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[[Trainer's note: These dangers can be avoided by carry a small emf detector when entering likely areas. These devices can pick up the electromagnetic waves given off by members of the line, alerting you to their presence even if they are invisible.
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11th Jan '11 1:04:51 AM Hybrid1
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11th Jan '11 1:04:27 AM Hybrid1
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These dangers can be avoided by carry a small emf detector when entering likely areas. These devices can pick up the electromagnetic waves given off by members of the line, alerting you to their presence even if they are invisible.
30th Oct '10 8:21:44 PM Luigifan
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Many people believe that the entire line feeds upon souls, but no empirical evidence has been provided to back up these legends.
30th Oct '10 8:18:59 PM Luigifan
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* Gastly [092]
* Haunter [093]
* Gengar [094]

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* Gastly [092]
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* Haunter [093]
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* Gengar [094]
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30th Oct '10 8:18:30 PM Luigifan
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Gastly appears to be a round, ball-like organism with large eyes and mouth surrounded by a cloud of gas. Haunters are triangular shaped heads with disembodied hands. Gengar are large, shadowy, imp-like creatures.

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Gastly appears to be a round, ball-like organism with large eyes and mouth a mouth; this simple face is surrounded by a cloud of gas. Haunters are triangular shaped triangular-shaped heads with disembodied hands. Gengar are large, shadowy, imp-like creatures.



All members of the Gastly line have the ability to levitate, phase through matter, and even become completely invisible. Of these abilities, only levitation has any scientific basis. The Gastly line is known to emit strange electromagnetic waves, and presumably these waves are manipulated by the Gastly in order to float, in a similar fashion to how Magnemite levitate. Its intangibility and invisibility abilities continue to baffle scientists.

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All members of the Gastly line have the ability to levitate, phase through matter, and even become completely invisible.invisible (though Gengar is also capable of walking on the ground). Of these abilities, only levitation has any scientific basis. The Gastly line is known to emit strange electromagnetic waves, and presumably waves; presumably, these waves are manipulated by the Gastly in order to float, in a similar fashion to how Magnemite levitate. Its intangibility and invisibility abilities continue to baffle scientists.



Some scientists have theorized that the Gastly line, and indeed possibly other "Ghost" Pokemon, may be inter-dimensional beings, citing their radically different biology and [[RealityWarper blatant disregard of the Laws of Physics]] as evidence. The fact that Gastly are almost completely ethereal, but Haunter are less so (except for the strange disembodied hands), while Gengar seems to have a solid physical form, indicates that their "evolution" may, in fact, be them getting used to our dimension, manifesting more and more of their true forms. There is some evidence that points toward this theory.

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Some scientists have theorized that the Gastly line, and indeed possibly other "Ghost" Pokemon, may be inter-dimensional beings, citing their radically different biology and [[RealityWarper blatant disregard of the Laws laws of Physics]] physics]] as evidence. The fact that Gastly they seem to become increasingly capable of suppressing their "supernatural" qualities as they evolve (Gastly are almost completely ethereal, but whereas Haunter are less so (except for the strange disembodied hands), while and Gengar seems seem to have a solid physical form, form), indicates that their "evolution" may, in fact, be them getting used to our dimension, manifesting more and more of their true forms. There is some evidence that points toward this theory.
30th Oct '10 8:12:24 PM Luigifan
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Some scientists have theorized that the Gastly line, and indeed possibly other "Ghost" Pokemon, may be inter-dimensional beings, citing their radically different biology and [[RealityWarper blatant disregard of the Laws of Physics]] as evidence. The fact that Gastly are almost completely ethereal, Haunter less so except for the strange disembodied hands, while Gengar seems to have a solid physical form, indicates that their "evolution" may, in fact, be them getting used to our dimension, manifesting more and more of their true forms. There is some evidence that points toward this theory.

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Some scientists have theorized that the Gastly line, and indeed possibly other "Ghost" Pokemon, may be inter-dimensional beings, citing their radically different biology and [[RealityWarper blatant disregard of the Laws of Physics]] as evidence. The fact that Gastly are almost completely ethereal, but Haunter are less so except (except for the strange disembodied hands, hands), while Gengar seems to have a solid physical form, indicates that their "evolution" may, in fact, be them getting used to our dimension, manifesting more and more of their true forms. There is some evidence that points toward this theory.



The Gastly line, especially Gengar, have been known to be extremely mischievous. In particular, they have been known to go out of their way to frighten, trick, steal from, and otherwise harass humans and other Pokemon. This in itself is not particularly harmful, except that Gastly have a tendency to lick humans and the saliva of the Gastly line contains a poison that causes shivering and chills in humans. Haunter's saliva is especially toxic and can cause these symptoms for long periods of time. It's mostly harmless in small doses, but can cause muscle and nerve damage, possibly even death, in large ones.

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The Gastly line, especially Gengar, have been known to be extremely mischievous. In particular, they have been known to go out of their way to frighten, trick, steal from, and otherwise harass humans and other Pokemon. This in itself is not particularly harmful, except that harmful in and of itself; however, it still poses some hazards. Most notably, Gastly have a tendency to lick humans and humans; this is dangerous because the saliva of the Gastly line contains a poison that causes shivering and chills in humans. Haunter's saliva is especially toxic toxic, and can cause these symptoms for long periods of time. It's mostly harmless (albeit unpleasant) in small doses, but it can easily induce paralysis in medium doses; luckily, such paralysis is easily removed. Large doses can cause muscle and nerve damage, possibly which can lead to permanent paralysis or even death, in large ones.
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The mating ritual of the Gastly line usually consist of mates circling each other, then coming close and licking each other, exchanging saliva in a form of "kissing". After a while, the female vanishes for a period of time, then reappears with a fully developed egg. Similar rituals are conducted for other species within the same Egg Group. Where the female goes, or what happens during that time remains unknown at this time.

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The mating ritual of the Gastly line usually consist of mates circling each other, then coming close and licking each other, exchanging saliva in a form of "kissing". After a while, the female vanishes for a period of time, then reappears with a fully developed egg. Similar rituals are conducted for other species within the same Egg Group. Where the female goes, or what happens during that time time, remains unknown at this time.


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Recently, rumors have surfaced of a Gengar attempting to conquer the world with the aid of a Medicham and an Ekans. The rumors go on to state that this Gengar was the reincarnation of a notorious human; this human became infamous for pulling one of a Ninetales's tails and completely avoiding retribution from said Ninetales, thanks to the intervention of his Gardevoir (who stepped in to take the Ninetales's curse while the human [[DirtyCoward ran as far away as his body was physically capable of going]].) The human-turned-Gengar, having learned nothing from his misadventure, proceeded to form a so-called rescue team (consisting of himself and the aforementioned Medicham and Ekans) with the aim of raising enough money to attempt to conquer the world, but was thwarted when another human-turned Pokemon, who was on a mission to prevent a meteor from colliding with the planet, exposed the Gengar's lies and convinced him [[TheAtoner to change his ways and make up for his past misdeeds]]. The general consensus among the experts on Ghost-types (and on Ninetales) is that these stories are merely fairy tales [[ConspiracyTheorist which a few nutjobs are taking way too seriously]].
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