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23rd Jan '15 12:14:27 AM rmctagg09
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Heracross live in groups.

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Heracross live in groups.groups.

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26th Jun '14 8:15:35 PM Sixthhokage1
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! [++Heracross++]

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! [++Heracross++]



Heracross are large bipedal beetle-like [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] and bear a great resemblance to the well-known ''kabutomushi'', the Japanese rhinoceros beetle. Its steel-hard exoskeleton, blue in color, is capable of withstanding several moderate-to-heavy-attacks, though it is more vulnerable to brute force. Its eyes are a pretty yellow or amber-gold. Easily the most noticeable body part is the single large pronged horn on their head, which also serves to signify one's gender; a male's horn terminates in an "X", while a female's ends in a heart-or-butterfly-shaped structure. They also possess two short, curved claws on each hand, and one similar spike adorns each toe.

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Heracross are large bipedal beetle-like [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] and bear a great resemblance to the well-known ''kabutomushi'', the Japanese rhinoceros beetle. Its steel-hard exoskeleton, blue in color, is capable of withstanding several moderate-to-heavy-attacks, though it is more vulnerable to brute force. Its eyes are a pretty yellow or amber-gold. Easily the most noticeable body part is the single large pronged horn on their head, which also serves to signify one's gender; a male's horn terminates in an "X", while a female's ends in a heart-or-butterfly-shaped structure. They also possess two short, curved claws on each hand, and one similar spike adorns each toe.
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Heracross are among the strongest Pokémon in sheer power; it can easily carry and hurl objects of up to 100 times its body weight (5,400kg) with the help of its horn. They are very proud of this fact, and often show off in contests of power. On the whole, however, they are generally docile, and rarely attack unless provoked.

Another prominent feature is Heracross' exoskeleton. At first glace, it might appear to be some kind of metal, overlapping and fusing like the hardened plates on a suit of armor. In reality, the hue and resilience is in no way related to any mineral deposit within the body, and is actually just extremely dense and powerful bone. Despite this, Heracross shells are a durable and valuable material, and can sometimes be used as an exotic substitute for steel or iron.

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Heracross are among the strongest Pokémon in sheer power; it can easily carry and hurl objects of up to 100 times its body weight (5,400kg) with the help of its horn. They are very proud of this fact, and often show off in contests of power. power.

On the whole, however, they are generally docile, and rarely attack unless provoked.

Another prominent feature is Heracross' exoskeleton. At first glace, it might appear to be some kind of metal, overlapping and fusing like the hardened plates on a suit of armor. In reality, the hue and resilience is in no way related to any mineral deposit within the body, and is actually just extremely dense and powerful bone. Despite this, Heracross shells are a durable and valuable material, and can sometimes be used as an exotic substitute for steel or iron.
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Their preferred habitats are deep temperate forests and heavy woodland, for use as both shelter and food supply. Particularly large and wide trees can be hollowed out and used as a small den. Heracross are most commonly found in Johto, Sinnoh, and the Sevii Archipelago.

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Their preferred habitats are deep temperate forests and heavy woodland, for use as both shelter and food supply. Particularly large and wide trees can be hollowed out and used as a small den. Heracross are most commonly found in Johto, Sinnoh, and the Sevii Archipelago.



The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, its horn. While they are not violent, and their horn is not sharp, it is hard, and capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture or observe one. It is also not wise to introduce two wild or recently captured Heracross in a stressful environment to each other, as if one perceives the other as a territorial threat, a fight may break out between them. Such battles are rare, but can be devastating to the surrounding area if not stopped immediately.

!! Courting and Childearing
During mating season, which usually lasts from May to June, Heracross from all over a series of forests, plains and the like, spanning several miles, will gather in one relatively open area to compete for a partner. Female Heracross with the largest horns are fought over in brutal displays of strength by the males, which usually revolve around two bulls sparring by either attempting to knock each other over or toss the other in the air. A successful male will have his choice of a partner, and the two will eventually mate within two days.

While carrying eggs, a female Heracross is extremely incapacitated, and will seek shelter where she can stay safe and well fed. The male becomes extremely hostile towards anyone or anything intruding on its territory at this time, and it is advised to stay away from known Heracross territory during the summer. Males may often fetch food for their partners, and spend most of their time catering to or protecting them. Though the exact time span is not yet fully known, it is estimated that females carry their eggs for two to three months before migrating back to the mating grounds and laying them.

Once the two to five hatchlings are born they are taught to feed on small plants and trees and are closely watched by both parents. After about four months of very active parenting, the father will leave around winter, not to return to the family again. The following spring will warrant the departure of the mother as well, who will force her children to leave. Siblings usually separate withing a couple weeks if not immediately, and familial bonds are apparently never recognized after this point.

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The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, its horn. While they are Heracross is not violent, and their the horn is not sharp, it is hard, and a Heracross is capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture one or observe one. It is also not wise to introduce two wild or recently captured Heracross in a stressful environment to each other, as if one perceives the other as a territorial threat, a fight may break out between them. Such battles are rare, but can be devastating to the surrounding area if not stopped immediately.

!! Courting and Childearing
During mating season, which usually lasts from May to June, Heracross from all over a series of forests, plains and the like, spanning several miles, will gather in one relatively open area to compete for a partner. Female Heracross with the largest horns are fought over in brutal displays of strength by the males, which usually revolve around two bulls sparring by either attempting to knock each other over or toss the other in the air. A successful male will have his choice of a partner, and the two will eventually mate within two days.

While carrying eggs, a female Heracross is extremely incapacitated, and will seek shelter where she can stay safe and well fed. The male becomes extremely hostile towards anyone or anything intruding on its territory at this time, and it is advised to stay away from known Heracross territory during the summer. Males may often fetch food for their partners, and spend most of their time catering to or protecting them. Though the exact time span is not yet fully known, it is estimated that females carry their eggs for two to three months before migrating back to the mating grounds and laying them.

Once the two to five hatchlings are born they are taught to feed on small plants and trees and are closely watched by both parents. After about four months of very active parenting, the father will leave around winter, not to return to the family again. The following spring will warrant the departure of the mother as well, who will force her children to leave. Siblings usually separate withing a couple weeks if not immediately, and familial bonds are apparently never recognized after this point.
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Heracross are usually solitary, occasionally living in small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small area as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.

!! Trainer's Notes
A while ago, Heracross were hunted for their shells, as they were an exotic and valuable crafting material, and fetched a high price. For this, there was a time where it seemed they were becoming endangered, and hunting Heracross was eventually severely limited, and one can no longer simply go into the wild and kill them. In fact, it is required that you possess a pass to reserved hunting grounds if you want to kill these creatures. Despite this, there are still people who would prey upon any unfortunate Heracross, legally or not, and yours is no exception. In fact, the shells have skyrocketed in price since being limited, and they're all the more desirable for it. Be wary when talking with someone who seems abundantly interested in your Heracross, or when trading it away, if you do not want it killed.

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Heracross are usually solitary, occasionally living live in small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small area as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.

!! Trainer's Notes
A while ago, Heracross were hunted for their shells, as they were an exotic and valuable crafting material, and fetched a high price. For this, there was a time where it seemed they were becoming endangered, and hunting Heracross was eventually severely limited, and one can no longer simply go into the wild and kill them. In fact, it is required that you possess a pass to reserved hunting grounds if you want to kill these creatures. Despite this, there are still people who would prey upon any unfortunate Heracross, legally or not, and yours is no exception. In fact, the shells have skyrocketed in price since being limited, and they're all the more desirable for it. Be wary when talking with someone who seems abundantly interested in your Heracross, or when trading it away, if you do not want it killed.
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21st Jun '14 5:38:29 PM Gumgrapes
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Once the hatchlings are born, they are taught to feed on small plants and trees and closely watched by both parents. After about four months of very active parenting, the father will leave around winter, not to return to the family again. The following spring will warrant the departure of the mother as well, who will force her children to leave. Familial bonds are apparently never recognized after this point.

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Once the two to five hatchlings are born, born they are taught to feed on small plants and trees and are closely watched by both parents. After about four months of very active parenting, the father will leave around winter, not to return to the family again. The following spring will warrant the departure of the mother as well, who will force her children to leave. Familial Siblings usually separate withing a couple weeks if not immediately, and familial bonds are apparently never recognized after this point.



Heracross are usually solitary, occasionally living in small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small territory as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.

to:

Heracross are usually solitary, occasionally living in small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small territory area as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.land.

!! Trainer's Notes
A while ago, Heracross were hunted for their shells, as they were an exotic and valuable crafting material, and fetched a high price. For this, there was a time where it seemed they were becoming endangered, and hunting Heracross was eventually severely limited, and one can no longer simply go into the wild and kill them. In fact, it is required that you possess a pass to reserved hunting grounds if you want to kill these creatures. Despite this, there are still people who would prey upon any unfortunate Heracross, legally or not, and yours is no exception. In fact, the shells have skyrocketed in price since being limited, and they're all the more desirable for it. Be wary when talking with someone who seems abundantly interested in your Heracross, or when trading it away, if you do not want it killed.
21st Jun '14 2:16:05 AM Gumgrapes
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!! Courting and Childearing
During mating season, which usually lasts from May to June, Heracross from all over a series of forests, plains and the like, spanning several miles, will gather in one relatively open area to compete for a partner. Female Heracross with the largest horns are fought over in brutal displays of strength by the males, which usually revolve around two bulls sparring by either attempting to knock each other over or toss the other in the air. A successful male will have his choice of a partner, and the two will eventually mate within two days.

While carrying eggs, a female Heracross is extremely incapacitated, and will seek shelter where she can stay safe and well fed. The male becomes extremely hostile towards anyone or anything intruding on its territory at this time, and it is advised to stay away from known Heracross territory during the summer. Males may often fetch food for their partners, and spend most of their time catering to or protecting them. Though the exact time span is not yet fully known, it is estimated that females carry their eggs for two to three months before migrating back to the mating grounds and laying them.

Once the hatchlings are born, they are taught to feed on small plants and trees and closely watched by both parents. After about four months of very active parenting, the father will leave around winter, not to return to the family again. The following spring will warrant the departure of the mother as well, who will force her children to leave. Familial bonds are apparently never recognized after this point.



Heracross are usually solitary, occasionally living in small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small territory as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.

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Heracross are usually solitary, occasionally living in small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small territory as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.
21st Jun '14 1:52:58 AM Gumgrapes
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Heracross are large bipedal beetle-like [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] and bear a great resemblance to the well-known ''kabutomushi'', the Japanese rhinoceros beetle. Its steel-hard exoskeleton, blue in color, is capable of withstanding several moderate-to-heavy-attacks, though it is more vulnerable to brute force. Its eyes are a pretty yellow or amber-gold. Easily the most noticeable body part is the single large pronged horn on their head, which also serves to signify one's gender; a male's horn terminates in an "X", while a female's ends in a heart-or-butterfly-shaped structure.

to:

Heracross are large bipedal beetle-like [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] and bear a great resemblance to the well-known ''kabutomushi'', the Japanese rhinoceros beetle. Its steel-hard exoskeleton, blue in color, is capable of withstanding several moderate-to-heavy-attacks, though it is more vulnerable to brute force. Its eyes are a pretty yellow or amber-gold. Easily the most noticeable body part is the single large pronged horn on their head, which also serves to signify one's gender; a male's horn terminates in an "X", while a female's ends in a heart-or-butterfly-shaped structure.
structure. They also possess two short, curved claws on each hand, and one similar spike adorns each toe.



Heracross are among the strongest Pokémon in sheer power; it can easily carry and hurl objects of up to 100 times its body weight (5,400kg) with the help of its horn. They are very proud of this fact, and often show off in contests of power.

On the whole, however, they are generally docile, and rarely attack unless provoked.

to:

Heracross are among the strongest Pokémon in sheer power; it can easily carry and hurl objects of up to 100 times its body weight (5,400kg) with the help of its horn. They are very proud of this fact, and often show off in contests of power.

power. On the whole, however, they are generally docile, and rarely attack unless provoked.
Another prominent feature is Heracross' exoskeleton. At first glace, it might appear to be some kind of metal, overlapping and fusing like the hardened plates on a suit of armor. In reality, the hue and resilience is in no way related to any mineral deposit within the body, and is actually just extremely dense and powerful bone. Despite this, Heracross shells are a durable and valuable material, and can sometimes be used as an exotic substitute for steel or iron.



Their preferred habitats are deep temperate forests and heavy woodland, for use as both shelter and food supply. Heracross are found in Johto, Sinnoh, and the Sevii Archipelago.

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Their preferred habitats are deep temperate forests and heavy woodland, for use as both shelter and food supply. Particularly large and wide trees can be hollowed out and used as a small den. Heracross are most commonly found in Johto, Sinnoh, and the Sevii Archipelago.



The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, its horn. While Heracross is not violent, and the horn is not sharp, it is hard, and a Heracross is capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture one or observe one.

to:

The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, its horn. While Heracross is they are not violent, and the their horn is not sharp, it is hard, and a Heracross is capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture one or observe one.
one. It is also not wise to introduce two wild or recently captured Heracross in a stressful environment to each other, as if one perceives the other as a territorial threat, a fight may break out between them. Such battles are rare, but can be devastating to the surrounding area if not stopped immediately.



Heracross live in groups.

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Heracross live are usually solitary, occasionally living in groups.small groups of two to four. Though not necessarily violent, they can be somewhat territorial, and prefer to mark a small territory as their primary feeding and resting grounds by smashing and cutting down a couple trees. They hold a sort of mutual respect for each other, and few will deliberately trespass on another's land.
28th Oct '11 8:10:03 PM rmctagg09
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8th May '11 5:17:10 PM Brick3621
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Heracross are large bipedal beetles, and bear a great resemblance to the well-known ''kabutomushi'', the Japanese rhinoceros beetle. Its exoskeleton, blue in color, is capable of withstanding several moderate-to-heavy-attacks, though it is more vulnerable to brute force. Its eyes are a pretty amber-gold. Easily the most noticeable body part is the single large horn on their head, which also serves to signify one's gender; a male's horn terminates in an "X", while a female's ends in a heart-shaped structure.

to:

Heracross are large bipedal beetles, beetle-like [[{{Mons}} Pokémon]] and bear a great resemblance to the well-known ''kabutomushi'', the Japanese rhinoceros beetle. Its steel-hard exoskeleton, blue in color, is capable of withstanding several moderate-to-heavy-attacks, though it is more vulnerable to brute force. Its eyes are a pretty yellow or amber-gold. Easily the most noticeable body part is the single large pronged horn on their head, which also serves to signify one's gender; a male's horn terminates in an "X", while a female's ends in a heart-shaped heart-or-butterfly-shaped structure.



Their preferred habitats are temperate forests and heavy woodland, for use as shelter and food supply.

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Their preferred habitats are deep temperate forests and heavy woodland, for use as both shelter and food supply.
supply. Heracross are found in Johto, Sinnoh, and the Sevii Archipelago.



The favorite food of a Heracross is tree sap, though they will willingly drink any sweet liquid; this eating habit can be used to a Trainer's advantage by slathering honey on a tree and waiting for one to pass by; it is usually too greedy to notice the Trainer until provoked. Their eating habits make them very unpopular with the Bulbasaur line, whose bulbs are often mistaken as sapholders, and it is common for them to fight over the issue.

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The favorite food of a Heracross is tree sap, sweet honey and other plant juices, though they will willingly drink any sweet liquid; this eating habit can be used to a Trainer's advantage by slathering honey on a tree certain trees in Sinnoh and waiting for one to pass by; it is usually too greedy to notice the Trainer until provoked. Their eating habits make them very unpopular with the Bulbasaur line, whose bulbs are often mistaken as sapholders, and it is common for them to fight over the issue.



The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, it's horn. While Heracross is not violent, and the horn is not sharp, it is hard, and a Heracross is capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture one or observe one.

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The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, it's its horn. While Heracross is not violent, and the horn is not sharp, it is hard, and a Heracross is capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture one or observe one.



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Heracross live in groups.
19th Apr '11 3:11:09 PM rmctagg09
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25th Nov '10 3:00:14 PM memyselfandI2
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The most obvious hazard of a Heracross is, of course, it's horn. While Heracross is not violent, and the horn is not sharp, it is hard, and a Heracross is capable of breaking bones with a charge. Even unintentionally, Heracross can do a great deal of damage to other Pokemon or humans. Caution is advised when attempting to capture one or observe one.

!! Social Structure



!! Social Structure
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