History FanonPokedex / Lileep

13th Oct '13 9:55:56 AM MonaNaito
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When threatened directly, Lileep will resort to two basic strategies: first they will [[MoreDakka insistently spit acid or pellets]] made of seeds, shells or other food they have ingested; then if the attacker chooses to get too close, Lileep will use their tentacles to wrap and immobilize the attacker and try to suffocate or inject them with a paralyzing venom. A strong and experienced Cradily can even to take the initiative when fighting underwater by detaching its body and using the currents to propel itself as a homing projectile to hit and then grab its opponent, or even annoy the attacker into [[WronskiFeint chasing them towards the seafloor]] (which may be ''[[NaughtyTentacles infested by Lileep]]'').

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When threatened directly, Lileep will resort to two basic strategies: first they will [[MoreDakka insistently spit acid or pellets]] made of seeds, shells or other food they have ingested; then if the attacker chooses to get too close, Lileep will use their tentacles to wrap and immobilize the attacker and try to suffocate or inject them with a paralyzing venom. A strong and experienced Cradily can even to take the initiative when fighting underwater by detaching its body and using the currents to propel itself as a homing projectile to hit and then grab its opponent, or even annoy the attacker into [[WronskiFeint chasing them towards the seafloor]] (which may be ''[[NaughtyTentacles infested by Lileep]]'').
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7th Nov '11 5:17:30 PM nitrokitty
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It has been observed in reanimated Lileep that while they enjoy the easy meal that plankton and small fish provide, they won't miss the chance to try and lure larger Pokémon to their grasp, if not to eat them at least to serve them a fight; they may also acquire [[AGlassOfChianti exquisite tastes]], such as Hoenn Lileep having a preference for Feebas meat rather than other Pokémon [[GuideDangIt (VERY far) more readily available]]. This may be a remnant trait indicative of the patience they'd need to hunt in the seafloor the way they did.

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It has been observed in reanimated Lileep that while they enjoy the easy meal that plankton and small fish provide, they won't miss the chance to try and lure larger Pokémon to their grasp, if not to eat them at least to serve them a fight; they may also acquire [[AGlassOfChianti [[AppealToVanity exquisite tastes]], such as Hoenn Lileep having a preference for Feebas meat rather than other Pokémon [[GuideDangIt (VERY far) more readily available]]. This may be a remnant trait indicative of the patience they'd need to hunt in the seafloor the way they did.
28th Oct '11 8:42:25 PM rmctagg09
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The term ''Geosera'' translates roughly as "[[ElementalRockPaperScissors rock plant]]" and the names translate as "multi-armed" (''multitelum'') and "many-armed" (''megatelum'') "rock plant". The semantically curious binomen is the result of rushed efforts to secure publications about the first experiments of Lileep locomotion, with the earliest publication's assistant gravely forgetting there is no difference in the amount of "arms" this species presents in its evolutive stages; this caused rule [[http://ibot.sav.sk/icbn/frameset/0046Ch4Sec2a042.htm 42.1 (b)]] of the ''Code of Pokémon Botanics Nomenclature'' to kick in. At the time of writing of this document, there is ongoing effort to search for more representative binomens for this evolutionary line.


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The term ''Geosera'' translates roughly as "[[ElementalRockPaperScissors rock plant]]" and the names translate as "multi-armed" (''multitelum'') and "many-armed" (''megatelum'') "rock plant". The semantically curious binomen is the result of rushed efforts to secure publications about the first experiments of Lileep locomotion, with the earliest publication's assistant gravely forgetting there is no difference in the amount of "arms" this species presents in its evolutive stages; this caused rule [[http://ibot.sav.sk/icbn/frameset/0046Ch4Sec2a042.htm 42.1 (b)]] of the ''Code of Pokémon Botanics Nomenclature'' to kick in. At the time of writing of this document, there is ongoing effort to search for more representative binomens binomes for this evolutionary line.

28th Oct '11 8:42:07 PM rmctagg09
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14th Oct '11 9:24:49 PM Aiguille
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If you need to face an agitated Lileep: while it may sound counter-intuitive given their ability to use attacks such as Energy Ball and Confuse Ray, it is very --VERY-- important to only approach a Lileep when facing it directly (more if you are alone), [[CircleOfExtinction follow and never try to cover or escape their field of vision]], and always move one arm at a time, hiding the other from view to appear thinner than you are; remember, Lileep have lived their species life at the bottom of the sea and faced danger as a colony in a common direction. Seeing itself alone and in the presence of an intruder too large to handle, Lileep may respond by ejecting all the venom or pellets it has stored in a [[LastStand last-stand]] shot.

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If you need to face an agitated Lileep: while it may sound counter-intuitive given their ability to use attacks such as Energy Ball and Confuse Ray, it is very --VERY-- important to only approach a Lileep when facing it directly (more if you are alone), [[CircleOfExtinction [[CirclingMonologue follow and never try to cover or escape their field of vision]], and always move one arm at a time, hiding the other from view to appear thinner than you are; remember, Lileep have lived their species life at the bottom of the sea and faced danger as a colony in a common direction. Seeing itself alone and in the presence of an intruder too large to handle, Lileep may respond by ejecting all the venom or pellets it has stored in a [[LastStand last-stand]] shot.
10th Sep '11 12:57:08 PM rmctagg09
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* Cradily [#346] (''Geosera megatelum'')

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* Cradily [#346] (''Geosera (''G. megatelum'')
2nd Apr '11 4:54:26 AM SilentReverence
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[++Lileep Line++]

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[++Lileep Line++]
! Lileep Line



* Lileep [#345]
* Cradily [#346]

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* Lileep [#345]
[#345] (''Geosera multitelum'')
* Cradily [#346]
[#346] (''Geosera megatelum'')



Cradily is Lileep's evolution and is similar to Lileep in basic physiology; it is larger and stronger, with a longer stem and green colouration instead of purple, and has ring-like designs of yellow colour across its head.

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Cradily is Lileep's evolution adult morph and is similar to Lileep in basic physiology; it is larger and stronger, with a longer stem and green colouration instead of purple, and has ring-like designs a set of yellow colour across yellow-coloured ring patterns adorn its head.



In the distant past Lileep could be found at the bottom of the tropical seas such as the ones close to Hoenn, in large colonies that created the image of "waving carpets". This structure had a double role, helping them obtain their diet and protecting them from hunters, which at their time meant most likely Anorith [#347] and probably Gorebyss. Their evolved form Cradily, on the other hand, was most likely found below rocky cliffs and coral formations, closer to the surface of the sea.

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In the distant past Lileep could be found at the bottom of the tropical seas such as the ones close to Hoenn, in large colonies that created the image of "waving carpets". This structure had a double role, helping them obtain their diet and protecting them from hunters, which at their time meant most likely Anorith [#347] Anorith[[superscript:[[FanonPokedex/{{Anorith}} #347]]]] and probably Gorebyss. Their evolved form Cradily, on the other hand, was most likely found below rocky cliffs and coral formations, closer above but close to the surface of the sea.



While they weren't physiologically fit to travel long distances, recent discoveries in the distribution of fossils suggest that Lileep were actually capable of reaching across large sections of the sea floor and even visiting the surface. How they achieved this is currently unknown, although it is probable that they anchored themselves to a passing and large Pokémon such as a Wailord ancestor and used it as transport.

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While they weren't physiologically fit to travel long distances, recent discoveries in the distribution of fossils suggest that Lileep were actually capable of reaching across large sections of the sea floor and even visiting the surface. How they achieved this is currently unknown, although it is probable that they anchored themselves to a passing and large Pokémon such as a Wailord ancestor and used it as transport.



The diet of Lileep and Cradily consisted mainly of plankton and fish. While attached to the seafloor, Lileep waved their tentacles to emulate the presence of seaweed that hunting species are fond of. Once prey was at reaching distance, Lileep would reveal itself by stretching and catching the prey, then dragging it to its mouth. If the prey was small enough, resistance would be futile, as the prey would be swallowed whole in an instant; a larger or fiercer prey would require Lileep to [[CombatTentacles squeeze it and suffocate it by covering its gills or mouth with the tentacles' mucus]] in order to weaken and finally kill it.

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The diet of Lileep and Cradily consisted mainly of plankton and fish. While attached to the seafloor, Lileep waved their tentacles to emulate the presence of seaweed that hunting species are fond of. Once prey was at reaching distance, Lileep would reveal itself by stretching and catching the prey, then dragging it to its mouth. If the prey was small enough, resistance would be futile, as the prey would be swallowed whole in an instant; whole; a larger or fiercer prey would require Lileep to [[CombatTentacles squeeze it and suffocate it by covering its gills or mouth with the tentacles' mucus]] in order to weaken and finally kill it.
mucus]].



It has been observed in reanimated Lileep that while they enjoy the easy meal that plankton and small fish provide, they won't miss the chance to try and lure larger Pokémon to their grasp, if not to eat them at least to serve them a fight; they may also acquire [[AGlassOfChianti exquisite tastes]], such as Hoenn Lileep having a preference for Feebas meat rather than other Pokémon [[GuideDangIt (VERY far) more readily available]]. This may be representative of the level of patience they would need to hunt in the seafloor the way they did.

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It has been observed in reanimated Lileep that while they enjoy the easy meal that plankton and small fish provide, they won't miss the chance to try and lure larger Pokémon to their grasp, if not to eat them at least to serve them a fight; they may also acquire [[AGlassOfChianti exquisite tastes]], such as Hoenn Lileep having a preference for Feebas meat rather than other Pokémon [[GuideDangIt (VERY far) more readily available]]. This may be representative a remnant trait indicative of the level of patience they would they'd need to hunt in the seafloor the way they did.



Being relatively unknown Pokémon, Lileep and Cradily are very difficult to handle. However they have social traits that can make accommodation easy for the well experienced Water Trainer. Lileep are sociable, don't like solitude, are very attentive of their peers and don't have a perception of being "unique" or "singular", making them uncomfortable when they are the center of attention. Cradily on the other hand lead a life of habit and solitude; they pick a spot of their liking and settle there defending it fiercely and [[IWorkAlone not accepting company or assistance]] unless they get sick.

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Being relatively unknown Pokémon, Lileep and Cradily are very difficult to handle. However they have social traits that can make accommodation easy for the well experienced Water Trainer. Lileep are sociable, don't like solitude, are very attentive of their peers and don't have a perception of being "unique" or "singular", making them actually uncomfortable when they are find themselves the center of attention. Cradily on the other hand lead a life of habit and solitude; they pick a spot of their liking and settle there defending it fiercely and [[IWorkAlone not accepting company or assistance]] unless they get sick.



When threatened directly, Lileep will resort to two basic strategies: first they will [[MoreDakka insistently spit acid or pellets]] made of seeds, shells or other food they have ingested; if the attacker chooses to get too close, Lileep will use their tentacles to wrap and immobilize the attacker and try to suffocate or inject them with a paralyzing venom. A strong and experienced Cradily can even try to take the initiative when fighting underwater by detaching its body and using the currents to propel itself as a homing projectile to hit and then grab its opponent, or even annoy the attacker into [[WronskiFeint chasing them towards the seafloor]] (which may be ''[[NaughtyTentacles infested by Lileep]]'').

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When threatened directly, Lileep will resort to two basic strategies: first they will [[MoreDakka insistently spit acid or pellets]] made of seeds, shells or other food they have ingested; then if the attacker chooses to get too close, Lileep will use their tentacles to wrap and immobilize the attacker and try to suffocate or inject them with a paralyzing venom. A strong and experienced Cradily can even try to take the initiative when fighting underwater by detaching its body and using the currents to propel itself as a homing projectile to hit and then grab its opponent, or even annoy the attacker into [[WronskiFeint chasing them towards the seafloor]] (which may be ''[[NaughtyTentacles infested by Lileep]]'').



Lileep lived on the seafloor in large colonies that may have been composed of over 400 individuals. Although very little if anything is known about the social structure of these colonies, observation of sibling Lileep allows us to infer some social rules. Social differentiation between Lileep may have been little to nonexistent, as indicated by their small need for personal space, although access to footing is still a primordial good. Families may have remained together in common "resting spots".

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Lileep lived on the seafloor in large colonies that may have been composed of over 400 individuals. Although very little if anything is known about the social structure of these colonies, observation of sibling Lileep allows us to infer some for the identification of raw social rules. Social differentiation between Lileep may classes seem to have been little to nonexistent, nonexistent as indicated by their grouping and small need for personal space, although access to footing is still a primordial good. good fought for. Families may have remained together close to each other in a common "resting spots".
resting spots.



Given their particular sociability, Lileep and Cradily may be trainable by experienced Trainers so long as they are not given more than a certain amount of attention; however the issue remains that they seem to have great difficulty understanding human language and battle commands, making the overall process excruciatingly long.

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Given their particular sociability, Lileep and Cradily may be trainable are handleable by very experienced Trainers so long as they are not given more than a certain amount of attention; however the issue remains that they seem to have great difficulty understanding land, human language and battle commands, making the overall process excruciatingly long.
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!! Naming

The term ''Geosera'' translates roughly as "[[ElementalRockPaperScissors rock plant]]" and the names translate as "multi-armed" (''multitelum'') and "many-armed" (''megatelum'') "rock plant". The semantically curious binomen is the result of rushed efforts to secure publications about the first experiments of Lileep locomotion, with the earliest publication's assistant gravely forgetting there is no difference in the amount of "arms" this species presents in its evolutive stages; this caused rule [[http://ibot.sav.sk/icbn/frameset/0046Ch4Sec2a042.htm 42.1 (b)]] of the ''Code of Pokémon Botanics Nomenclature'' to kick in. At the time of writing of this document, there is ongoing effort to search for more representative binomens for this evolutionary line.



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[-Entry by @/SilentReverence. Further credits pending.-]

[-Lileep and Cradily are names © by Nintendo.-]

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29th Sep '10 5:47:25 PM Quanyails
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9th Sep '10 6:19:40 PM Luigifan
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Cradily has been discovered to have ventured into land for short bursts of time, during which they revealed their Grass-type nature by laying in the sand or rocky cliffs and capturing some sunlight. Sunlight being an essentially scarce resource in their normal lives however, it is currently unknown what did they use the stored energy for.

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Cradily has been discovered to have ventured into land for short bursts of time, during which they revealed their Grass-type nature by laying in the sand or rocky cliffs and capturing some sunlight. Sunlight being an essentially scarce resource in their normal lives however, it is currently unknown what did they would use the stored energy for.



The diet of Lileep and Cradily consisted mainly of plankton and fish. While attached to the seafloor, Lileep waved their tentacles to emulate the presence of seaweed that hunting species are fond of. Once prey was at reaching distance, Lileep would reveal itself by stretching and catching the prey, then dragging it to its mouth. If the prey was small enough, resistance will be futile as the prey will be swallowed whole and in an instant; a larger or fiercer prey will require Lileep to [[CombatTentacles squeeze it and suffocate it by covering its gills or mouth with the tentacles' mucus]] in order to weaken and finally kill it.

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The diet of Lileep and Cradily consisted mainly of plankton and fish. While attached to the seafloor, Lileep waved their tentacles to emulate the presence of seaweed that hunting species are fond of. Once prey was at reaching distance, Lileep would reveal itself by stretching and catching the prey, then dragging it to its mouth. If the prey was small enough, resistance will would be futile futile, as the prey will would be swallowed whole and in an instant; a larger or fiercer prey will would require Lileep to [[CombatTentacles squeeze it and suffocate it by covering its gills or mouth with the tentacles' mucus]] in order to weaken and finally kill it.



Lileep are very ancient Pokémon reanimated only recently; as such not only they lack immunity against nowadays's environmental agents, in particular those carried or produced by humans, but also do not seem to have a well-adjusted spatial perception when on land. They can also get dehydrated very quickly if they are left unattended in a dry, heated environment.

When threatened directly, Lileep will resort to two basic strategies: first they will [[MoreDakka insistently spit acid or pellets]] made of seeds, shells or other food they have ingested; if the attacker chooses to get too close, Lileep will use their tentacles to wrap and immobilize the attacker and try to suffocate or inject them with a paralyzing venom. A strong and experienced Cradily can even try to take the initiative when fighting underwater by detaching its body and using the currents to propel himself as a homing projectile to hit and then grab its opponent, or even annoy the attacker into [[WronskiFeint chasing them towards the seafloor]] (which may be ''infested by Lileep'').

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Lileep are very ancient Pokémon reanimated only recently; as such not only do they lack immunity against nowadays's environmental agents, in particular those carried or produced by humans, but also do not seem to have a well-adjusted spatial perception when on land. They can also get dehydrated very quickly if they are left unattended in a dry, heated environment.

When threatened directly, Lileep will resort to two basic strategies: first they will [[MoreDakka insistently spit acid or pellets]] made of seeds, shells or other food they have ingested; if the attacker chooses to get too close, Lileep will use their tentacles to wrap and immobilize the attacker and try to suffocate or inject them with a paralyzing venom. A strong and experienced Cradily can even try to take the initiative when fighting underwater by detaching its body and using the currents to propel himself itself as a homing projectile to hit and then grab its opponent, or even annoy the attacker into [[WronskiFeint chasing them towards the seafloor]] (which may be ''infested ''[[NaughtyTentacles infested by Lileep'').
Lileep]]'').



Lileep lived in seafloor in large colonies that may have been composed of over 400 individuals. Although very little if anything is known about the social structure of these colonies, observation of sibling Lileep allows to infer some social rules. Social differentiation between Lileep may have been little to nonexistent, as indicated by their small need for personal space, although access to footing is still a primordial good. Families may have remained together in common "resting spots".

Cradily are known to have lived alone in the outskirts of the colonies or far away from their kin, in the underwater cliffs and sandbanks closer to the surface, which added to their propensity to solitude suggests that their natural social place is that of scouts and invaders for their colony. Once they chose a standing spot, they would perch and remains there until whey were somehow forced to leave. They are also known to have ventured on land for obscure purposes.

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Lileep lived in on the seafloor in large colonies that may have been composed of over 400 individuals. Although very little if anything is known about the social structure of these colonies, observation of sibling Lileep allows us to infer some social rules. Social differentiation between Lileep may have been little to nonexistent, as indicated by their small need for personal space, although access to footing is still a primordial good. Families may have remained together in common "resting spots".

Cradily are known to have lived alone in the outskirts of the colonies or far away from their kin, in the underwater cliffs and sandbanks closer to the surface, which added to their propensity to solitude suggests that their natural social place is that of scouts and invaders for their colony. Once they chose a standing spot, they would perch and remains remain there until whey they were somehow forced to leave. They are also known to have ventured on land for obscure purposes.



Lileep are easy to lift and carry although prone to thrashing, just be careful to approach it and grab it using one and ONLY one arm (see below); be wary that if feeling uncomfortable it will try to anchor itself to your skin or clothes. Cradily is very difficult to approach, handle or carry and it is best to leave it alone -- if feeling in need it may ask "permission" to attach itself to a peaceful and slow-moving Pokémon like Lapras or, in land, Torterra.

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Lileep are easy to lift and carry although prone to thrashing, just be careful to approach it and grab it using one and ONLY one arm (see below); be wary that if feeling uncomfortable it will try to anchor itself to your skin or clothes. Cradily is very difficult to approach, handle or carry and it is best to leave it alone -- if feeling in need it may ask "permission" to attach itself to a peaceful and slow-moving Pokémon like Lapras or, in on land, Torterra.
9th Sep '10 6:10:03 PM Luigifan
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Cradily is Lileep's evolution and is similar to Lileep in basic physiology; it is larger and stronget, with a longer stem and green colouration instead of purple, and has ring-like designs of yellow colour across its head.

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Cradily is Lileep's evolution and is similar to Lileep in basic physiology; it is larger and stronget, stronger, with a longer stem and green colouration instead of purple, and has ring-like designs of yellow colour across its head.
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