History FanonPokedex / Gible

16th Feb '15 12:06:47 AM rmctagg09
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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves near geothermal vents, where the temperature is much warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone, and they can also be found around the Kalos Power Plant that dominates Route 13 of the Lumiose Badlands.

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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves near geothermal vents, where the temperature is much warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone, and they can also be found around the Kalos Power Plant that dominates Route 13 of the Lumiose Badlands.
Badlands.

Following the attempts to awaken the super ancient Pokémon, Gible Line members have been spotted in the desert of Hoenn's Route 111.
15th Jun '14 11:29:07 AM rmctagg09
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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves near geothermal vents, where the temperature is much warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone.

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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves near geothermal vents, where the temperature is much warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone.
Zone, and they can also be found around the Kalos Power Plant that dominates Route 13 of the Lumiose Badlands.
31st Aug '11 9:54:25 PM rmctagg09
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26th May '11 8:57:46 PM rmctagg09
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Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. One researcher got chased by a Garchomp and only escaped because the Gastrodon he had on hand was able to knock it out with an Ice Beam aimed directly for its face at close range. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will ''kill'' any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Five still allow them in tournaments.

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Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. One researcher got chased by a Garchomp and only escaped because the Gastrodon he had on hand was able to knock it out with an Ice Beam aimed directly for its face at close range. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will ''kill'' any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Five Four (Kanto-Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, and Unova) still allow them in tournaments.
official tournaments as of the time of this article.
12th Apr '11 7:12:07 PM 0blivionmobile
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Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. One researcher got chased by a Garchomp and only escaped because the Gastrodon he had on hand was able to knock it out with an Ice Beam aimed directly for its face at close range. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will ''kill'' any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Four still allow them in tournaments.

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Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. One researcher got chased by a Garchomp and only escaped because the Gastrodon he had on hand was able to knock it out with an Ice Beam aimed directly for its face at close range. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will ''kill'' any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Four Five still allow them in tournaments.
28th Mar '11 9:41:56 AM rmctagg09
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Never approach Gabite gem piles, as the Pokemon is often close by and have been known to eat humans. It is not unknown for explorers to find earrings, other body piercings, and various kinds of trainer gear inside Gabite gem piles, often from poachers. Gabite are also very opportunistic, and would probably eat you just the same as anything else.

Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will kill any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Four still allow them in tournaments.

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Never approach Gabite gem piles, as the Pokemon is often close by and have been known to eat humans. It is not unknown for explorers to find earrings, other body piercings, and various kinds of trainer gear inside Gabite gem piles, often from poachers. Gabite are also very opportunistic, opportunistic predators, and would probably eat you just the same as anything else.

Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. One researcher got chased by a Garchomp and only escaped because the Gastrodon he had on hand was able to knock it out with an Ice Beam aimed directly for its face at close range. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will kill ''kill'' any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Four still allow them in tournaments.
28th Mar '11 8:58:34 AM rmctagg09
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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves, where the temperature is warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone.

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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves, caves near geothermal vents, where the temperature is much warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone.



Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them harder to escape from. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will kill any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Four still allow them in tournaments.

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Garchomp are much like Gabite, except that their gliding ability makes them much harder to escape from. They are also far more physically powerful and are capable of killing a human instantly with Dragon Rush, a powerful move that involves the Pokemon cloaking itself with Aura before slamming into an opponent. Also, take care when your Garchomp is gliding, as they move so fast that they can fell trees due to their wings making blades of wind. The entire Gible line are often very loyal to their trainers, and will kill any threat to their safety, real or percieved. [[Trainer's Note: For this reason, acquaint your Gible or its evolved forms with all of your loved ones.]] Their natural ferocity has led to bans on their use in smaller leagues, though the Big Four still allow them in tournaments.
11th Feb '11 2:07:04 PM rmctagg09
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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves, where the temperature is warmer.

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Gible and its evolutions live deep inside caves, where the temperature is warmer.
warmer. In ancient times they could be found in tropical forests. There is also a small population of Gible that has been introduced to the Johto Safari Zone.
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