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27th Sep '12 7:32:21 AM Brick3621
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Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from its former form. It is several times larger, and takes on a serpentine appearance. The scales it once had fuse together into armor-like segments. Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside. Its spots along the side of its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two-for-four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.
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Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from its former form. It is several times larger, and takes on a serpentine appearance. The appearance, with the scales it once had fuse fusing together into armor-like segments. Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside. Its spots along the side of its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two-for-four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.

Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other Pokemon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to raise them. [Trainer's note: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Because they are quite docile, very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into their more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarp's polar opposite. It has a nasty temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other Pokemon that it even ''thinks'' pose a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyarados and a Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.
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Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other Pokemon Pokémon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to raise them. [Trainer's note: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Because they are quite docile, very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into their more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarp's polar opposite. It is radically more powerful, has a nasty temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. line, even for experienced trainers. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other Pokemon Pokémon that it even ''thinks'' pose a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyarados and a Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.

Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyarados, on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling Pokemon they can catch and fit in their mouths.
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Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyarados, on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling Pokemon Pokémon they can catch and fit in their mouths.
27th Sep '12 7:29:22 AM Brick3621
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Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from its former form. Being long and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales. Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside. Its spots along the side of its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two-for-four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.
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Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from its former form. Being long It is several times larger, and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales.takes on a serpentine appearance. The scales it once had fuse together into armor-like segments. Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside. Its spots along the side of its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two-for-four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.
13th Jul '12 10:09:07 PM Quantum1024
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Magikarp are not very dangerous, and mostly flop about. They are slightly stronger in the water; a slap will leave a smarting red mark, though it will not inflict any serious harm. Gyarados, however, are ''extremely'' dangerous, due to their temperament and incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and their arsenal of attacks can level cities.
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Magikarp are not very dangerous, and mostly flop about. They are slightly stronger in the water; a slap will leave a smarting red mark, though it will not inflict any serious harm. Gyarados, however, are ''extremely'' dangerous, due to their temperament and incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and their arsenal of attacks can level cities. cities. However, a rampaging Gyarados can be quickly calmed by a jolt of electricity.
28th Oct '11 8:43:32 PM rmctagg09
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15th Apr '11 3:04:05 PM Luigifan
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* Magikarp [129] * Gyarados [130] Magikarp is a hard bulbous scaled carp pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. Its fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color. It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the sides of it's mouth, helping it in its search for food. Female barbels are white, while males are tan. Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from its former form. Being long and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales. Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside. Its spots along the side of its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two for four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.
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* Magikarp [129] [#129] * Gyarados [130] [#130] Magikarp is a hard bulbous scaled carp pokemon, Pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. Its fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color. It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the sides of it's mouth, helping it in its search for food. Female barbels are white, while males are tan. Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from its former form. Being long and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales. Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside. Its spots along the side of its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two for four two-for-four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.

Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarp's polar opposite. It has a nasty temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other Pokemon it even thinks is a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyarados and Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.
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Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarp's polar opposite. It has a nasty temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other Pokemon that it even thinks is ''thinks'' pose a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyarados and a Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.

Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyarados on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling Pokemon they can catch and fit in their mouths.
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Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyarados Gyarados, on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling Pokemon they can catch and fit in their mouths.

Magikarp are not real dangerous, and mostly flop about. In the water however, a slap will leave a smarting red mark. Gyarados however, are very dangerous, due to their temperament and incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and their arsenal of attacks can level cities.
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Magikarp are not real very dangerous, and mostly flop about. In They are slightly stronger in the water however, water; a slap will leave a smarting red mark. Gyarados mark, though it will not inflict any serious harm. Gyarados, however, are very ''extremely'' dangerous, due to their temperament and incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and their arsenal of attacks can level cities.

Magikarp are very social, and often run in large schools, numbering from the low twenties in small lakes, to upwards of hundreds in the larger lakes. Gyarados tend to be solitary, and occasionally one may choose to watch over its spawn lake, ensuring survival of many Magikarp.
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Magikarp are very social, and often run in large schools, numbering from the low twenties in small lakes, to upwards of hundreds in the larger lakes. Gyarados tend to be solitary, and occasionally one may choose to watch over its spawn lake, ensuring the survival of many Magikarp.
29th Sep '10 6:18:19 PM Quanyails
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Magikarp is a hard bulblous scaled carp pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. Its fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color. It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the sides of it's mouth, helping it in its search for food. Female barbels are white, while males are tan.
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Magikarp is a hard bulblous bulbous scaled carp pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. Its fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color. It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the sides of it's mouth, helping it in its search for food. Female barbels are white, while males are tan.

Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other Pokemon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to raise them. [TRAINERS NOTE: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Because they are quite docile, very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into their more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarp's polar oppasite. It has a nasty temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other Pokemon it even thinks is a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyarados and Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.
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Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other Pokemon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to raise them. [TRAINERS NOTE: [Trainer's note: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Because they are quite docile, very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into their more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarp's polar oppasite.opposite. It has a nasty temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other Pokemon it even thinks is a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyarados and Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.

Magikarp are spawned in rivers and freshwater lakes, and often spend time going up and down them, leaping out of the water to catch any bugs flying over. Once one becomes a Gyarados, they are often out at sea, though some may stay and watch over spawns in a sufficiantly sized lake.
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Magikarp are spawned in rivers and freshwater lakes, and often spend time going up and down them, leaping out of the water to catch any bugs flying over. Once one becomes a Gyarados, they are often out at sea, though some may stay and watch over spawns in a sufficiantly sufficiently sized lake.

Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyarados on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling Pokemon they can catch and fit in thier mouths.
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Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyarados on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling Pokemon they can catch and fit in thier their mouths.

Magikarp have been witnessed spawning in many lakes, but nothing has been found of Gyarados' courtship rituals.
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Magikarp have been witnessed spawning in many lakes, but nothing has been found of Gyarados' Gyarados's courtship rituals.

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8th Sep '10 11:28:58 PM PikaHikariKT
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Magikarp is a hard bulblous scaled carp pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. It's fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color.It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the sides of it's mouth, helping it in it's search for food. Females Barbels are white, while males are tan. Gyrados, the evolved form, is very distinct from it's former form. Being long and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales. It's color is a bright blue with a yellow underside.It's spots along the side of it's body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over thier red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two for four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as thier Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.
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Magikarp is a hard bulblous scaled carp pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. It's Its fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color.color. It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the sides of it's mouth, helping it in it's its search for food. Females Barbels Female barbels are white, while males are tan. Gyrados, Gyarados, the evolved form, is very distinct from it's its former form. Being long and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales. It's Its color is a bright blue with a yellow underside.It's underside. Its spots along the side of it's its body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over thier their red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two for four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as thier their Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant.

Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other pokemon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to raise them.[TRAINERS NOTE: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Even though they are quite docile. Very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into thier more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyrados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarps polar oppasite. It has a nasty temperment, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other pokemon it even thinks is a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyrados and Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyrados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyrados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.
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Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other pokemon Pokemon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to raise them. [TRAINERS NOTE: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Even though Because they are quite docile. Very docile, very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into thier their more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyrados, Gyarados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarps Magikarp's polar oppasite. It has a nasty temperment, temperament, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other pokemon Pokemon it even thinks is a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyrados Gyarados and Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyrados Gyarados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyrados Gyarados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them.

Magicarp are spawned in rivers and freshwater lakes, and often spend time going up and down them, and leaping out of the water to catch any bugs flying over. Once one becomes a Gyrados, they are often out at sea, though some may stay and watch over spawns in a sufficiantly sized lake.
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Magicarp Magikarp are spawned in rivers and freshwater lakes, and often spend time going up and down them, and leaping out of the water to catch any bugs flying over. Once one becomes a Gyrados, Gyarados, they are often out at sea, though some may stay and watch over spawns in a sufficiantly sized lake.

Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyrados on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling pokemon they can catch and fit in thier mouths.
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Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyrados Gyarados on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling pokemon Pokemon they can catch and fit in thier mouths.

Magikarp are not real dangerous, and mostly flop about. In the water however, a slap will leave a smarting red mark. Gyrados however, are very dangerous, due to thier temperment and thier incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and thier arsenal of attacks can level cities.
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Magikarp are not real dangerous, and mostly flop about. In the water however, a slap will leave a smarting red mark. Gyrados Gyarados however, are very dangerous, due to thier temperment their temperament and thier incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and thier their arsenal of attacks can level cities.

Magikarp have been witnessed spawning in many lakes, but nothing has been found of Gyrados' courtship rituals.
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Magikarp have been witnessed spawning in many lakes, but nothing has been found of Gyrados' Gyarados' courtship rituals.

Magikarp are very social, and often run in large schools, numbering from the low twenties in small lakes, to upwards of hundreds in the larger lakes. Gyrados tend to be solitary, and occasianally one may choose to watch over it's spawn lake, ensuring survival of many Magikarp.
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Magikarp are very social, and often run in large schools, numbering from the low twenties in small lakes, to upwards of hundreds in the larger lakes. Gyrados Gyarados tend to be solitary, and occasianally occasionally one may choose to watch over it's its spawn lake, ensuring survival of many Magikarp.
31st Aug '10 8:15:57 PM CaptainNapalm
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You're misspelling "Gyarados" quite a bit...
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Click [++Magikarp Line++] !! Morphs [Oak Catalog #] * Magikarp [129] * Gyarados [130] Magikarp is a hard bulblous scaled carp pokemon, often orange in color, with some variants into a yellowish color. It's fins, top and bottom are distinctly three pointed and white in color.It often has a look of stupidity, with an ever open mouth and curiously blank eyes. Two barbels hang from the edit button sides of it's mouth, helping it in it's search for food. Females Barbels are white, while males are tan. Gyrados, the evolved form, is very distinct from it's former form. Being long and serpentine, with segments that are fused scales. It's color is a bright blue with a yellow underside.It's spots along the side of it's body are also yellow. They sport a tri-crest over thier red eyes and the notable three spike top fins are seen running along the body, at two for four scale segments. Females have white barbels, as thier Magikarp counterpart sports. Has a red or "shiny" variant. !! Notable Biology Magikarp are not known for being much, other then a prime source of food for many other pokemon and humans, and the niche of prey they fill. Also known for being incredibly weak, so many trainers will not even attempt to start raise them.[TRAINERS NOTE: There are Magikarp salesmen, so if you insist on buying one, barter the price DOWN.] Even though they are quite docile. Very few in the wild will actually go on to evolve into thier more fearsome state. [See also: Magikarp Recipes] Gyrados, on the other hand, is very much Magikarps polar oppasite. It has a nasty temperment, and even for the best trainers, can be hard to keep in line. And now that it is at the top of the food chain, it is often very territorial, and will fight other pokemon it even thinks is a threat. It is not unusual to find a Gyrados and Tentacruel fighting it out in the oceans, though the Gyrados may simply be trying to eat the Tentacruel. Many people live in fear of this new page. beast, and sightings at beaches often send swimmers back for the shore. Most ocean side cities keep a weather eye out, as many a Gyrados in a foul mood have wreaked havoc upon them. !! Habitat Magicarp are spawned in rivers and freshwater lakes, and often spend time going up and down them, and leaping out of the water to catch any bugs flying over. Once one becomes a Gyrados, they are often out at sea, though some may stay and watch over spawns in a sufficiantly sized lake. !! Diet Magikarp often feed on seaweed and other things at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and do leap out of the water, sometimes to take insect prey. Gyrados on the other hand, eat mostly fish and pretty much any water dwelling pokemon they can catch and fit in thier mouths. !! Hazards Magikarp are not real dangerous, and mostly flop about. In the water however, a slap will leave a smarting red mark. Gyrados however, are very dangerous, due to thier temperment and thier incredible strength. They can crush a human very easily, and thier arsenal of attacks can level cities. !! Courting Magikarp have been witnessed spawning in many lakes, but nothing has been found of Gyrados' courtship rituals. !! Social Structure Magikarp are very social, and often run in large schools, numbering from the low twenties in small lakes, to upwards of hundreds in the larger lakes. Gyrados tend to be solitary, and occasianally one may choose to watch over it's spawn lake, ensuring survival of many Magikarp. ---- [-See other entries [[ThePokedexExtendedFanonEdition HERE]]-]
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