History FanonPokedex / Onix

15th Aug '15 11:51:53 AM rmctagg09
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Its evolved form, '''Steelix''' (''Terravermis ferratum'') is very similar in appearance to the previous stage of its life cycle, though there are a few notable differences with which one can easily tell the two apart. First, whereas Onix’s body segments are of a uniformly dark grey colouration, those of Steelix tend towards a lighter, metallic shade of grey that borders on silver or platinum. It has fewer body segments overall in comparison to Onix, and the tip of its tail consists of a single spike, shaped roughly like an arrowhead rather than the agglomeration of smaller subsections as is the case with Onix; in spite of this reduced body structure, Steelix are generally longer than their younger kin by several feet. Finlike spars jut from the sides of its second, fourth and sixth body segments, these serving as both a means of propulsion and a method of ensuring stability when Steelix is above ground and not in motion; in exchange for these six appendages, Steelix lacks the prominent head crest of its younger stage. The creature’s head has also shifted in size and proportions, flattening out and widening into a shape somewhat similar to a spade. Its jaw had broadened into a thick, jutting chin, and its underside—as well as the sides of its face—sports a set of odd studs whose purpose has eluded researchers thus far. A similar pair of studs emanate from the back of its sweeping eyebrows. Unlike Onix, Steelix possesses a set of broad, rectangular teeth; in spite of this, it lacks any sort of tongue. Finally, a set of fanglike ridges can be found on its lower jaw, towards the back of the mouth; male Steelix possess four of these pseudo-fangs, while females have only two.

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Its evolved form, '''Steelix''' (''Terravermis (''T. ferratum'') is very similar in appearance to the previous stage of its life cycle, though there are a few notable differences with which one can easily tell the two apart. First, whereas Onix’s body segments are of a uniformly dark grey colouration, those of Steelix tend towards a lighter, metallic shade of grey that borders on silver or platinum. It has fewer body segments overall in comparison to Onix, and the tip of its tail consists of a single spike, shaped roughly like an arrowhead rather than the agglomeration of smaller subsections as is the case with Onix; in spite of this reduced body structure, Steelix are generally longer than their younger kin by several feet. Finlike spars jut from the sides of its second, fourth and sixth body segments, these serving as both a means of propulsion and a method of ensuring stability when Steelix is above ground and not in motion; in exchange for these six appendages, Steelix lacks the prominent head crest of its younger stage. The creature’s head has also shifted in size and proportions, flattening out and widening into a shape somewhat similar to a spade. Its jaw had broadened into a thick, jutting chin, and its underside—as well as the sides of its face—sports a set of odd studs whose purpose has eluded researchers thus far. A similar pair of studs emanate from the back of its sweeping eyebrows. Unlike Onix, Steelix possesses a set of broad, rectangular teeth; in spite of this, it lacks any sort of tongue. Finally, a set of fanglike ridges can be found on its lower jaw, towards the back of the mouth; male Steelix possess four of these pseudo-fangs, while females have only two.
15th Aug '15 11:51:33 AM rmctagg09
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A relatively uncommon breed in both stages of its life cycle, Onix is typically encountered underground, in caves or within mountains. The largest population of these annelids in Kanto are found within the Rock Tunnel which connects Cerulean City to Lavender Town, and in the cavernous grottos of the Indigo League’s Victory Road; in both cases, it is believed—though unconfirmed—that these tunnels were originally dug by the giant worms themselves, and that human travellers later expanded and reinforced for their own purposes. They can be found in similarly deep, dark caverns throughout the world, from the Silver and Union Caves in Johto, to the panoramic Sevault Canyon of the Sevii Islands, the mineral-rich shores of Iron Island, the deeper levels of the Oreburgh Mines, the lower levels of the Relic Castle and the Relic Path, the Clay Road, and Twist Mountain, as well as Unova and Sinnoh's Victory Roads. Their presence is regarded as both a nuisance and a critical safety hazard by the Miner’s Union, as their penchant for eating the richest mineral veins often cheats miners out of a valuable deposit, and their burrowing habits can occasionally cause tremors and cave-ins that, while harmless to the tough-skinned Onix, can and do cause severe injuries and occasionally death to whoever might be working in the vicinity. Because of this, the Miner’s Union has been seeking to implement a number of measures for driving the creatures out, though they have had little success thus far.

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A relatively uncommon breed in both stages of its life cycle, Onix is typically encountered underground, in caves or within mountains. The largest population of these annelids in Kanto are found within the Rock Tunnel which connects Cerulean City to Lavender Town, and in the cavernous grottos of the Indigo League’s Victory Road; in both cases, it is believed—though unconfirmed—that these tunnels were originally dug by the giant worms themselves, and that human travellers later expanded and reinforced for their own purposes. They can be found in similarly deep, dark caverns throughout the world, from the Silver and Union Caves in Johto, to the panoramic Sevault Canyon of the Sevii Islands, the Granite Cave of Hoenn, the mineral-rich shores of Iron Island, the deeper levels of the Oreburgh Mines, the lower levels of the Relic Castle and the Relic Path, the Clay Road, and Twist Mountain, as well as Unova and Sinnoh's Victory Roads.Roads. Within Kalos, they can be found within the depths of the Glittering Cave, and young Onix can occasionally be found under rocks in and around Cyllage City. Their presence is regarded as both a nuisance and a critical safety hazard by the Miner’s Union, as their penchant for eating the richest mineral veins often cheats miners out of a valuable deposit, and their burrowing habits can occasionally cause tremors and cave-ins that, while harmless to the tough-skinned Onix, can and do cause severe injuries and occasionally death to whoever might be working in the vicinity. Because of this, the Miner’s Union has been seeking to implement a number of measures for driving the creatures out, though they have had little success thus far.


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17th Sep '12 7:53:27 AM Brick3621
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Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been reliably encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, a cave on Route 47, the Clay Road, and Twist Mountain; in all fuve locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.

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Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been reliably encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, a cave on Route 47, the Clay Road, and Twist Mountain; in all fuve five locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.
5th Aug '12 4:36:49 PM rmctagg09
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A relatively uncommon breed in both stages of its life cycle, Onix is typically encountered underground, in caves or within mountains. The largest population of these annelids in Kanto are found within the Rock Tunnel which connects Cerulean City to Lavender Town, and in the cavernous grottos of the Indigo League’s Victory Road; in both cases, it is believed—though unconfirmed—that these tunnels were originally dug by the giant worms themselves, and that human travellers later expanded and reinforced for their own purposes. They can be found in similarly deep, dark caverns throughout the world, from the Silver and Union Caves in Johto, to the panoramic Sevault Canyon of the Sevii Islands, the mineral-rich shores of Iron Island and even in the deeper levels of the Oreburgh Mines. Their presence is regarded as both a nuisance and a critical safety hazard by the Miner’s Union, as their penchant for eating the richest mineral veins often cheats miners out of a valuable deposit, and their burrowing habits can occasionally cause tremors and cave-ins that, while harmless to the tough-skinned Onix, can and do cause severe injuries and occasionally death to whoever might be working in the vicinity. Because of this, the Miner’s Union has been seeking to implement a number of measures for driving the creatures out, though they have had little success thus far.

Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, and a cave on Route 47; in all three locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.

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A relatively uncommon breed in both stages of its life cycle, Onix is typically encountered underground, in caves or within mountains. The largest population of these annelids in Kanto are found within the Rock Tunnel which connects Cerulean City to Lavender Town, and in the cavernous grottos of the Indigo League’s Victory Road; in both cases, it is believed—though unconfirmed—that these tunnels were originally dug by the giant worms themselves, and that human travellers later expanded and reinforced for their own purposes. They can be found in similarly deep, dark caverns throughout the world, from the Silver and Union Caves in Johto, to the panoramic Sevault Canyon of the Sevii Islands, the mineral-rich shores of Iron Island and even in Island, the deeper levels of the Oreburgh Mines.Mines, the lower levels of the Relic Castle and the Relic Path, the Clay Road, and Twist Mountain, as well as Unova and Sinnoh's Victory Roads. Their presence is regarded as both a nuisance and a critical safety hazard by the Miner’s Union, as their penchant for eating the richest mineral veins often cheats miners out of a valuable deposit, and their burrowing habits can occasionally cause tremors and cave-ins that, while harmless to the tough-skinned Onix, can and do cause severe injuries and occasionally death to whoever might be working in the vicinity. Because of this, the Miner’s Union has been seeking to implement a number of measures for driving the creatures out, though they have had little success thus far.

Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been reliably encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, and a cave on Route 47; 47, the Clay Road, and Twist Mountain; in all three fuve locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.
18th Jan '12 3:57:56 PM rmctagg09
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Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, and a cave on Route 47; in both locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.

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Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, and a cave on Route 47; in both all three locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.
10th Sep '11 11:56:00 AM rmctagg09
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26th May '11 7:35:36 PM rmctagg09
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Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road and a cave on Route 47; in both locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.

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Steelix, due to their advanced age, specific conditions for their evolution and tendency to dwell at far greater depths compared to Onix, are far rarer than their previous stage. Thus far, it has only been encountered in the Sinnoh Victory Road Road, the deeper levels of Iron Island, and a cave on Route 47; in both locations, it is typically a solitary individual or a mating pair that are encountered.
28th Mar '11 8:23:31 AM SullenFrog
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