History FanonPokedex / Giratina

21st Aug '13 11:15:53 AM Korodzik
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While the complete myth has been lost throughout the ages, the annotated version written by Cynthia states that when the Original One, known as Arceus, created the world from nothing, it laid three eggs: A blue egg christened in diamond that hatched into Dialga, a pink egg christened in pearl that hatched into Palkia, and finally the egg containing Giratina, respectively.[[hottip:2: The egg’s mythological details are unknown, but the egg containing Giratina given to Cynthia was black, with a golden, brittle metal half-circle cocooning it around the eggshell.]] When Dialga’s heart began to beat, so too did time flow, and when Palkia first drew breath, so too did the universe first take shape. However, Giratina’s role in the creation of the world is thus far unknown.

Further studies of Sinnoh Mythology suggest that Giratina is the commander of Alternate Dimensions; worlds beyond our own that are either very similar or drastically different, a multitude of worlds where anything and everything is possible. The only understandable explanation given is proposed by String Theorists, where the dimensions are points, lines, splits and folds.[[hottip:3:[[http://www.break.com/index/how-to-imagine-the-tenth-dimension.html How to Imagine the Tenth Dimension]]]] All three members of the ‘Creation Trio’ seem to be capable of travelling through these dimensions, however, which casts doubt on whether these dimensions are the result of Giratina’s existence, or if it is merely the way the universe contains itself with the inclusion of ‘Spirit’.[[hottip:4:A theory proposed by Villainous team Leader Cyrus of Team Galactic]]

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While the complete myth has been lost throughout the ages, the annotated version written by Cynthia states that when the Original One, known as Arceus, created the world from nothing, it laid three eggs: A blue egg christened in diamond that hatched into Dialga, a pink egg christened in pearl that hatched into Palkia, and finally the egg containing Giratina, respectively.[[hottip:2: The [[labelnote:2]]The egg’s mythological details are unknown, but the egg containing Giratina given to Cynthia was black, with a golden, brittle metal half-circle cocooning it around the eggshell.]] [[/labelnote]] When Dialga’s heart began to beat, so too did time flow, and when Palkia first drew breath, so too did the universe first take shape. However, Giratina’s role in the creation of the world is thus far unknown.

Further studies of Sinnoh Mythology suggest that Giratina is the commander of Alternate Dimensions; worlds beyond our own that are either very similar or drastically different, a multitude of worlds where anything and everything is possible. The only understandable explanation given is proposed by String Theorists, where the dimensions are points, lines, splits and folds.[[hottip:3:[[http://www.[[labelnote:3]][[http://www.break.com/index/how-to-imagine-the-tenth-dimension.html How to Imagine the Tenth Dimension]]]] Dimension]][[/labelnote]] All three members of the ‘Creation Trio’ seem to be capable of travelling through these dimensions, however, which casts doubt on whether these dimensions are the result of Giratina’s existence, or if it is merely the way the universe contains itself with the inclusion of ‘Spirit’.[[hottip:4:A [[labelnote:4]]A theory proposed by Villainous team Leader Cyrus of Team Galactic]]
Galactic.[[/labelnote]]



The man at first knew not of his deed, but soon learned. In having discovered the sword, the man grew blind to Pokémon being alive, and had begun to use it in cold blood. Having grown so accustomed to violence, he killed a descendant of the Original One, and could not forgive himself. However, Giratina then rose from its deathbed, now and forever a Ghost-Type, and forgave the man for his deeds. It then left the man “to a place beyond seeing” and was never seen again.[[hottip:5:The Story of Tobari the BloodKnight, Veilstone City Library]] The credence of the myth is debated, as it contradicts the myths preceding it that stated that Giratina was placed into the Distortion World, its home, eons before [[YouAreGrounded as a punishment for its violence.]]

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The man at first knew not of his deed, but soon learned. In having discovered the sword, the man grew blind to Pokémon being alive, and had begun to use it in cold blood. Having grown so accustomed to violence, he killed a descendant of the Original One, and could not forgive himself. However, Giratina then rose from its deathbed, now and forever a Ghost-Type, and forgave the man for his deeds. It then left the man “to a place beyond seeing” and was never seen again.[[hottip:5:The [[labelnote:5]]The Story of Tobari the BloodKnight, Veilstone City Library]] Library[[/labelnote]] The credence of the myth is debated, as it contradicts the myths preceding it that stated that Giratina was placed into the Distortion World, its home, eons before [[YouAreGrounded as a punishment for its violence.]]



The way it eats is similar to many serpentine Pokémon; it unhinges its jaw and swallows the meal whole. It is not situated with any teeth, and as such cannot learn any biting attacks. If it is in its Origin Form, it uses one of its talons to pick at its lip afterwards. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]

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The way it eats is similar to many serpentine Pokémon; it unhinges its jaw and swallows the meal whole. It is not situated with any teeth, and as such cannot learn any biting attacks. If it is in its Origin Form, it uses one of its talons to pick at its lip afterwards. [[hottip:1:Original [[labelnote:1]]Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]
Giratina[[/labelnote]]



It also seems to have a connection to reflective objects, such as mirrors and pools of water. Research of the Distortion World by Cynthia and Newton Graceland has concluded that the Distortion World is a mixture of reflections and bits and pieces of the Real World put together almost haphazardly. One of the many quirks of Cynthia’s Giratina is that it enjoys tearing magazines and other images apart and placing them back together in collages, perhaps reflecting Giratina the First’s home. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]

As to be expected with other Ghost-type Pokémon, Giratina is capable of using Ghost, Dark, Psychic, and Electrical attacks. Unlike other Dragon Pokémon, Giratina lacks the ability to wield Ice- and Fire-type attacks (save for Will-O-Wisp and Icy Wind, which most Ghost-types learn anyway). Giratina has been shown to have an innate talent for manipulation of aura, not only being capable of using Aura Sphere, but also able to use its negative polarity to become invisible and visible again, occasionally used as an attack strategy[[hottip:5:dubbed ‘Shadow Force’ by Cynthia]], and to grow Time Flowers in Cynthia’s Garden. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]] Since Giratina is a "true" Dragon Pokémon, it is also capable of using Draco Meteor.

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It also seems to have a connection to reflective objects, such as mirrors and pools of water. Research of the Distortion World by Cynthia and Newton Graceland has concluded that the Distortion World is a mixture of reflections and bits and pieces of the Real World put together almost haphazardly. One of the many quirks of Cynthia’s Giratina is that it enjoys tearing magazines and other images apart and placing them back together in collages, perhaps reflecting Giratina the First’s home. [[hottip:1:Original [[labelnote:1]]Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]

Giratina[[/labelnote]]

As to be expected with other Ghost-type Pokémon, Giratina is capable of using Ghost, Dark, Psychic, and Electrical attacks. Unlike other Dragon Pokémon, Giratina lacks the ability to wield Ice- and Fire-type attacks (save for Will-O-Wisp and Icy Wind, which most Ghost-types learn anyway). Giratina has been shown to have an innate talent for manipulation of aura, not only being capable of using Aura Sphere, but also able to use its negative polarity to become invisible and visible again, occasionally used as an attack strategy[[hottip:5:dubbed strategy[[labelnote:5]]dubbed ‘Shadow Force’ by Cynthia]], Cynthia[[/labelnote]], and to grow Time Flowers in Cynthia’s Garden. [[hottip:1:Original [[labelnote:1]]Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]] Giratina[[/labelnote]] Since Giratina is a "true" Dragon Pokémon, it is also capable of using Draco Meteor.
10th Jun '13 4:59:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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Giratina's head and eyes resemble those of Dialga and Palkia, causing many to theorize that it is related to the two. Giratina is also situated with draconic scales. As of this writing, there is no information available on how Giratina works on a cellular level, because all attempts to understand its mechanisms have resulted in failure. An attempt to study a removed scale of Cynthia’s Giratina as a newborn [[DivideByZero melted the computer]]. Another attempt at understanding Giratina was enacted by a man’s Luxray and Electabuzz, attempting to get a bioelectric reading from Giratina, and after a few attempts both began to screech and immediately fainted, neither of them reviving until at least 37 hours later. With this in mind, an MRI was brought instead to a now one-week-old Giratina, but no viable information could be gathered due to Giratina having been in the middle of a game of tag with Cynthia's Togekiss, and constantly using Shadow Force to disappear and reappear in the most inopportune moments.

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Giratina's head and eyes resemble those of Dialga and Palkia, causing many to theorize that it is related to the two. Giratina is also situated with draconic scales. As of this writing, there is no information available on how Giratina works on a cellular level, because all attempts to understand its mechanisms have resulted in failure. An attempt to study a removed scale of Cynthia’s Giratina as a newborn [[DivideByZero melted the computer]].computer. Another attempt at understanding Giratina was enacted by a man’s Luxray and Electabuzz, attempting to get a bioelectric reading from Giratina, and after a few attempts both began to screech and immediately fainted, neither of them reviving until at least 37 hours later. With this in mind, an MRI was brought instead to a now one-week-old Giratina, but no viable information could be gathered due to Giratina having been in the middle of a game of tag with Cynthia's Togekiss, and constantly using Shadow Force to disappear and reappear in the most inopportune moments.
1st Apr '13 11:10:20 PM nombretomado
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This led to Cynthia experimenting with different foods other than Pokémon food, given to Giratina at the disclosed hours in which it usually came to eat. As the days went by, Cynthia placed more and more inedible things on the (new) table, beginning with empty bowls and eventually finishing with [[EdEddNEddy a mattress]], [[SerialEscalation a scale wood carving of a Ponyta, an electrical generator]], and finishing its meal with [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a glass of water]] ([[DoubleSubversion including the glass]]). No ill effects resulted from this, and it gained no weight or suffered any consequences from eating those items.

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This led to Cynthia experimenting with different foods other than Pokémon food, given to Giratina at the disclosed hours in which it usually came to eat. As the days went by, Cynthia placed more and more inedible things on the (new) table, beginning with empty bowls and eventually finishing with [[EdEddNEddy [[WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy a mattress]], [[SerialEscalation a scale wood carving of a Ponyta, an electrical generator]], and finishing its meal with [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a glass of water]] ([[DoubleSubversion including the glass]]). No ill effects resulted from this, and it gained no weight or suffered any consequences from eating those items.
12th Dec '12 10:26:38 AM SgtFrog1
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While Giratina the First appears to be happy just to mind its own business, it also grows very protective of its home. If any harm should come to it, both directly and indirectly, it will do everything it can to prevent it or punish the culprit. It does so by stalking the culprit in question through reflective surfaces, opening a portal to the Real World, and dragging the culprit into the Distortion World, [[IllKillYou presumably to kill them.]]

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While Giratina the First appears to be happy just to mind its own business, it also grows very protective of its home. If any harm should come to it, both directly and indirectly, it will do everything it can to prevent it or punish the culprit. It does so by stalking the culprit in question through reflective surfaces, opening a portal to the Real World, and [[DraggedOffToHell dragging the culprit into the Distortion World, World]], [[IllKillYou presumably to kill them.]]
10th Mar '12 1:17:02 PM ChaoticNovelist
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This led to Cynthia experimenting with different foods other than Pokémon food, given to Giratina at the disclosed hours in which it usually came to eat. As the days went by, Cynthia placed more and more inedible things on the (new) table, beginning with empty bowls and eventually finishing with [[EdEddNEddy a mattress]], [[UpToEleven a scale wood carving of a Ponyta]], [[BeyondTheImpossible an electrical generator]], and finishing its meal with [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a glass of water]] ([[DoubleSubversion including the glass]]). No ill effects resulted from this, and it gained no weight or suffered any consequences from eating those items.

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This led to Cynthia experimenting with different foods other than Pokémon food, given to Giratina at the disclosed hours in which it usually came to eat. As the days went by, Cynthia placed more and more inedible things on the (new) table, beginning with empty bowls and eventually finishing with [[EdEddNEddy a mattress]], [[UpToEleven [[SerialEscalation a scale wood carving of a Ponyta]], [[BeyondTheImpossible Ponyta, an electrical generator]], and finishing its meal with [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a glass of water]] ([[DoubleSubversion including the glass]]). No ill effects resulted from this, and it gained no weight or suffered any consequences from eating those items.
20th Dec '11 1:02:19 PM Oreochan
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While Giratina the First’s diet is unknown, or perhaps even nonexistent, Giratina the Second’s diet is… [[{{Understatement}} rather odd]]. Cynthia made a habit of feeding her Giratina food during specific times of the day early on, which eventually led to problems when Cynthia’s daily life [[ScheduleSlip required a difference in schedule.]] While her Giratina ''was'', in fact, intelligent enough to seek its own food, it merely went to the exact same spot it ate most frequently, waited a while for Cynthia to bring it something, and eventually decided to instead [[ExtremeOmnivore eat the table it was standing at]].

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While Giratina the First’s diet is unknown, or perhaps even nonexistent, Giratina the Second’s diet is… [[{{Understatement}} rather odd]].odd. Cynthia made a habit of feeding her Giratina food during specific times of the day early on, which eventually led to problems when Cynthia’s daily life [[ScheduleSlip required a difference in schedule.]] While her Giratina ''was'', in fact, intelligent enough to seek its own food, it merely went to the exact same spot it ate most frequently, waited a while for Cynthia to bring it something, and eventually decided to instead [[ExtremeOmnivore eat the table it was standing at]].
21st Nov '11 2:00:50 PM Luigifan
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Further studies of Sinnoh Mythology suggest that Giratina is the commander of Alternate Dimensions; worlds beyond our own that are either very similar or drastically different, a multitude of worlds where anything and everything is possible. The only understandable explanation given is proposed by String Theorists, where the dimensions are points, lines, splits and folds.[[hottip:3: [[http://www.break.com/index/how-to-imagine-the-tenth-dimension.html How to Imagine the Tenth Dimension]]]] All three members of the ‘Creation Trio’ seem to be capable of travelling through these dimensions, however, which casts doubt on whether these dimensions are the result of Giratina’s existence, or if it is merely the way the universe contains itself with the inclusion of ‘Spirit’.[[hottip:4: A theory proposed by Villainous team Leader Cyrus of Team Galactic]]

A myth once thought to have been unrelated was about a young man who wielded a sword. This young man smote pokemon with his blade for nourishment and food, but soon began to smite without need of food and grew proud. One day, pokemon ceased to appear to the man, and he began to grow weary and afraid. The man eventually grew so distressed, he asked out loud at the top of a mountain why Pokémon refused to appear to him. Then, the Pokémon Giratina appeared before him, intending to explain. The man, however, grew frightened by its appearance, and in a blind fury, fought and eventually killed Giratina.

The man at first knew not of his deed, but soon learned. In having discovered the sword, the man grew blind to Pokémon being alive, and had begun to use it in cold blood. Having grown so accustomed to violence, it killed a descendant of the Original One, and could not forgive himself. However, Giratina then rose from its deathbed, now and forever a Ghost-Type, and forgave the man for his deeds. It then left the man “to a place beyond seeing” and was never seen again.[[hottip:5:The Story of Tobari the BloodKnight, Veilstone City Library]] The credence of the myth is debated, as it contradicts the myths preceding it that stated that Giratina was placed into the Distortion World, its home, eons before [[YouAreGrounded as a punishment for its violence.]]

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Further studies of Sinnoh Mythology suggest that Giratina is the commander of Alternate Dimensions; worlds beyond our own that are either very similar or drastically different, a multitude of worlds where anything and everything is possible. The only understandable explanation given is proposed by String Theorists, where the dimensions are points, lines, splits and folds.[[hottip:3: [[http://www.[[hottip:3:[[http://www.break.com/index/how-to-imagine-the-tenth-dimension.html How to Imagine the Tenth Dimension]]]] All three members of the ‘Creation Trio’ seem to be capable of travelling through these dimensions, however, which casts doubt on whether these dimensions are the result of Giratina’s existence, or if it is merely the way the universe contains itself with the inclusion of ‘Spirit’.[[hottip:4: A [[hottip:4:A theory proposed by Villainous team Leader Cyrus of Team Galactic]]

A myth once thought to have been unrelated was about a young man who wielded a sword. This young man smote pokemon Pokémon with his blade for nourishment and food, but soon began to smite without need of food and grew proud. One day, pokemon Pokémon ceased to appear to the man, and he began to grow weary and afraid. The man eventually grew so distressed, he asked out loud at the top of a mountain why Pokémon refused to appear to him. Then, the Pokémon Giratina appeared before him, intending to explain. The man, however, grew frightened by its appearance, and in a blind fury, fought and eventually killed Giratina.

The man at first knew not of his deed, but soon learned. In having discovered the sword, the man grew blind to Pokémon being alive, and had begun to use it in cold blood. Having grown so accustomed to violence, it he killed a descendant of the Original One, and could not forgive himself. However, Giratina then rose from its deathbed, now and forever a Ghost-Type, and forgave the man for his deeds. It then left the man “to a place beyond seeing” and was never seen again.[[hottip:5:The Story of Tobari the BloodKnight, Veilstone City Library]] The credence of the myth is debated, as it contradicts the myths preceding it that stated that Giratina was placed into the Distortion World, its home, eons before [[YouAreGrounded as a punishment for its violence.]]



Giratina the First has been seen exceedingly rarely, though it has been seen most often at Turnback Cave and Veilstone City. Most recently it has been seen interfering in the affairs of the Villainous Team Galactic, opening a portal to the Distortion World before Leader Cyrus could act upon his goals. Cynthia, Cyrus, and a trainer who has requested that their identity remain classified went into the Distortion World, and there it was becalmed and Cyrus’ plans foiled. Afterwards, Giratina the First has not been seen, though rumor has it that it is in the possession of the Classified Trainer.

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Giratina the First has been seen exceedingly rarely, though it has been seen most often at Turnback Cave and Veilstone City. Most recently recently, it has been seen interfering in the affairs of the Villainous Team Galactic, opening a portal to the Distortion World before Leader Cyrus could act upon his goals. Cynthia, Cyrus, and a trainer who has requested that their identity remain classified went into the Distortion World, and there it was becalmed and Cyrus’ plans foiled. Afterwards, Giratina the First has not been seen, though rumor has it that it is in the possession of the Classified Trainer.



While Giratina the First’s diet is unknown, or perhaps even nonexistent, Giratina the Second’s diet is… rather odd. Cynthia made a habit of feeding her Giratina food during specific times of the day early on, which eventually led to problems when Cynthia’s daily life [[ScheduleSlip required a difference in schedule.]] While her Giratina ''was'', in fact, intelligent enough to seek its own food, it merely went to the exact same spot it ate most frequently, waited a while for Cynthia to bring it something, and eventually decided to instead [[ExtremeOmnivore eat the table it was standing at]].

This led to Cynthia experimenting with different foods other than pokemon food, given to Giratina at the disclosed hours in which it usually came to eat. As the days went by, Cynthia placed more and more inedible things on the (new) table, beginning with empty bowls and eventually finishing with [[EdEddNEddy a mattress]], [[UpToEleven a scale wood carving of a Ponyta]], [[BeyondTheImpossible an electrical generator]], and finishing its meal with [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a glass of water]] ([[DoubleSubversion including the glass]]). No ill effects resulted from this, and it gained no weight or suffered any consequences from eating those items.

The way it eats is similar to many serpentine pokemon; it unhinges its jaw and swallows the meal whole. It is not situated with any teeth, and as such cannot learn any biting attacks. If it is in its Origin Form, it uses one of its talons to pick at its lip afterwards. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]

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While Giratina the First’s diet is unknown, or perhaps even nonexistent, Giratina the Second’s diet is… [[{{Understatement}} rather odd.odd]]. Cynthia made a habit of feeding her Giratina food during specific times of the day early on, which eventually led to problems when Cynthia’s daily life [[ScheduleSlip required a difference in schedule.]] While her Giratina ''was'', in fact, intelligent enough to seek its own food, it merely went to the exact same spot it ate most frequently, waited a while for Cynthia to bring it something, and eventually decided to instead [[ExtremeOmnivore eat the table it was standing at]].

This led to Cynthia experimenting with different foods other than pokemon Pokémon food, given to Giratina at the disclosed hours in which it usually came to eat. As the days went by, Cynthia placed more and more inedible things on the (new) table, beginning with empty bowls and eventually finishing with [[EdEddNEddy a mattress]], [[UpToEleven a scale wood carving of a Ponyta]], [[BeyondTheImpossible an electrical generator]], and finishing its meal with [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a glass of water]] ([[DoubleSubversion including the glass]]). No ill effects resulted from this, and it gained no weight or suffered any consequences from eating those items.

The way it eats is similar to many serpentine pokemon; Pokémon; it unhinges its jaw and swallows the meal whole. It is not situated with any teeth, and as such cannot learn any biting attacks. If it is in its Origin Form, it uses one of its talons to pick at its lip afterwards. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]



It also seems to have a connection to reflective objects, such as mirrors and pools of water. Research of the Distortion World by Cynthia and Newton Graceland has concluded that the Distortion World is a mixture of reflections and bits and pieces of the Real World put together almost haphazardly. One of the many quirks of Cynthia’s Giratina is that it enjoys tearing apart magazines and other images apart and placing them back together in collages, perhaps reflecting Giratina the First’s home. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]

As to be expected with other Ghost-type Pokémon, Giratina is capable of using Ghost, Dark, Psychic and Electrical attacks. Unlike other Dragon Pokémon, Giratina lacks the ability to wield Ice- and Fire-type attacks (save for Will-O-Wisp and Icy Wind, which most Ghost-types learn anyway). Giratina has been shown to have an innate talent for manipulation of aura, not only being capable of using Aura Sphere, but also able to use its negative polarity to become invisible and visible again, occasionally used as an attack strategy[[hottip:5:dubbed ‘Shadow Force’ by Cynthia]], and to grow Time Flowers in Cynthia’s Garden. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]] Since Giratina is a "true" Dragon Pokémon, it is also capable of using Draco Meteor.

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It also seems to have a connection to reflective objects, such as mirrors and pools of water. Research of the Distortion World by Cynthia and Newton Graceland has concluded that the Distortion World is a mixture of reflections and bits and pieces of the Real World put together almost haphazardly. One of the many quirks of Cynthia’s Giratina is that it enjoys tearing apart magazines and other images apart and placing them back together in collages, perhaps reflecting Giratina the First’s home. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]]

As to be expected with other Ghost-type Pokémon, Giratina is capable of using Ghost, Dark, Psychic Psychic, and Electrical attacks. Unlike other Dragon Pokémon, Giratina lacks the ability to wield Ice- and Fire-type attacks (save for Will-O-Wisp and Icy Wind, which most Ghost-types learn anyway). Giratina has been shown to have an innate talent for manipulation of aura, not only being capable of using Aura Sphere, but also able to use its negative polarity to become invisible and visible again, occasionally used as an attack strategy[[hottip:5:dubbed ‘Shadow Force’ by Cynthia]], and to grow Time Flowers in Cynthia’s Garden. [[hottip:1:Original research, information gathered from observing Cynthia’s Giratina]] Since Giratina is a "true" Dragon Pokémon, it is also capable of using Draco Meteor.



At first, Cynthia’s Giratina grew up the way any other baby pokemon would. It hatched from its egg at [[FunSize about one foot long (0.3 meters)]] in Origin Form, with a Griseous Orb mysteriously appearing in Cynthia's bag soon afterwards. According to Cynthia’s Trainer Notes, Giratina the Second has a Quirky Nature, often scatters things, and, as expressed in the diet section, [[ExtremeOmnivore happily eats anything]]. One of Giratina's quirks are playing many, many, ''many'' games whenever it becomes bored, ranging from a high-stakes version of "[[http://xkcd.com/735/ The Floor Is Now Lava]]" to something as utterly mundane and somehow adorable as [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu a tea party.]] It is no longer allowed to play Hide and Seek, however, as it has a penchant for cheating.

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At first, Cynthia’s Giratina grew up the way any other baby pokemon Pokémon would. It hatched from its egg at [[FunSize about one foot long (0.3 meters)]] in Origin Form, with a Griseous Orb mysteriously appearing in Cynthia's bag soon afterwards. According to Cynthia’s Trainer Notes, Giratina the Second has a Quirky Nature, often scatters things, and, as expressed in the diet section, [[ExtremeOmnivore happily eats anything]]. One of Giratina's quirks are playing many, many, ''many'' games whenever it becomes bored, ranging from a high-stakes version of "[[http://xkcd.com/735/ The Floor Is Now Lava]]" to something as utterly mundane and somehow adorable as [[DidWeJustHaveTeaWithCthulhu a tea party.]] It is no longer allowed to play Hide and Seek, however, as it has a penchant for cheating.
24th Oct '11 5:53:42 AM LadyMomus
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While Giratina the First appears to be happy just to mind its own business, it also grows very protective of its home. If any harm should come to it, both directly and indirectly, it will do everything it can to prevent it or punish the culprit. It does so by stalking the culprit in question through reflective surfaces, opening a portal to the Real World, and dragging the culprit into the Distortion World, [[{{ptitledoyhdqmn}} presumably to kill them.]]

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While Giratina the First appears to be happy just to mind its own business, it also grows very protective of its home. If any harm should come to it, both directly and indirectly, it will do everything it can to prevent it or punish the culprit. It does so by stalking the culprit in question through reflective surfaces, opening a portal to the Real World, and dragging the culprit into the Distortion World, [[{{ptitledoyhdqmn}} [[IllKillYou presumably to kill them.]]
9th Apr '11 6:25:18 PM Quanyails
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A myth once thought to have been unrelated was about a young man who wielded a sword. This young man smote pokemon with his blade for nourishment and food, but soon began to smite without need of food and grew proud. One day, pokemon ceased to appear to the man, and he began to grow weary and afraid. The man eventually grew so distressed, he asked out loud at the top of a mountain why Pokémon refused to appear to him. Then, the Pokémon Giratina appeared before him, intending to explain. The man, however, grew frightened by its appearance, and in a blind fury, fought and eventually killed Giratina

The man at first knew not of his deed, but soon learned. In having discovered the sword, the man grew blind to Pokémon being alive, and had begun to use it in cold blood. Having grown so accustomed to violence, it killed a descendent of the Original One, and could not forgive himself. However, Giratina then rose from its deathbed, now and forever a Ghost-Type, and forgave the man for his deeds. It then left the man “to a place beyond seeing” and was never seen again.[[hottip:5:The Story of Tobari the BloodKnight, Veilstone City Library]] The credence of the myth is debated, as it contradicts the myths preceding it that stated that Giratina was placed into the Distortion World, its home, eons before [[YouAreGrounded as a punishment for its violence.]]

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A myth once thought to have been unrelated was about a young man who wielded a sword. This young man smote pokemon with his blade for nourishment and food, but soon began to smite without need of food and grew proud. One day, pokemon ceased to appear to the man, and he began to grow weary and afraid. The man eventually grew so distressed, he asked out loud at the top of a mountain why Pokémon refused to appear to him. Then, the Pokémon Giratina appeared before him, intending to explain. The man, however, grew frightened by its appearance, and in a blind fury, fought and eventually killed Giratina

Giratina.

The man at first knew not of his deed, but soon learned. In having discovered the sword, the man grew blind to Pokémon being alive, and had begun to use it in cold blood. Having grown so accustomed to violence, it killed a descendent descendant of the Original One, and could not forgive himself. However, Giratina then rose from its deathbed, now and forever a Ghost-Type, and forgave the man for his deeds. It then left the man “to a place beyond seeing” and was never seen again.[[hottip:5:The Story of Tobari the BloodKnight, Veilstone City Library]] The credence of the myth is debated, as it contradicts the myths preceding it that stated that Giratina was placed into the Distortion World, its home, eons before [[YouAreGrounded as a punishment for its violence.]]
28th Mar '11 10:49:14 AM CalamityJane
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