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27th Sep '12 7:02:54 AM Brick3621
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** Scyther is a green Pokemon built like a praying mantis, however, its head is more reptilian than any other Bug Pokemon, with three short horns on the back. At one and a half meters tall, it is approximately the size of a small human. One of its notable features is its pair of blades, which probably inspired this Pokemon's name.
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** Scyther is a green Pokemon Pokémon built like a praying mantis, mantis; however, its head is more reptilian than any other Bug Pokemon, Pokémon, with three short horns on the back. At one and a half meters tall, it is approximately the size of a small human. One of its notable features is its pair of blades, which probably inspired this Pokemon's Pokémon's name.

Scyther, as noted above, seems to be a cross between a reptile (what with its head and legs) and a giant praying mantis. Thus, Pokemon researchers had developed two theories for its origin: the reptilian theory and the insect theory. The first posits that Scyther was descended from a reptilian creature, and developed the wings and blades in order to hunt more effectively. The second theory, on the other hand, proposes that Scyther was a mantis that developed reptilian features in order to easily frighten foes. Research into the breeding habits of Scyther have revealed that the latter theory holds more credence. Females of both species have larger abdomens, to accommodate egg-laying. Due to multiple differences in physiology (such as a metal-coated exoskeleton, as opposed to a purely chitinous one), Scizor was first thought of as a similar yet distinct species from Scyther, yet Johto researchers finally proved that these two were related. Scizor are only known to evolve from Scyther from prolonged exposure to high concentrations to a specific combination of radioactive metals; this may also explain the Pokemon's red color resulting from the reaction of its exoskeleton with the metal. That being said, such types of radioactive isotopes in the wild are rarely ever found, explaining the lack of wild Scizor. However, this exposure could be mimicked by having a Scyther wear a Metal Coat and trading. The coat contains the aforementioned radioactive isotopes which when exposed with enough radiation caused from trading ultimately triggers the mutation, transforming Scyther into Scizor. This exoskeleton provides Scizor with far more tenacity than a Scyther, yet it more than doubles its weight and increases its sensitivity to fire as the chemical compound that makes up the exoskeleton is also highly volatile. What is more baffling is after evolution Scizor is capable of replicating the radioactive metallic isotopes which coat it's exoskeleton to replace the old coat. Although the metallic exoskeleton of a Scizor is much more durable, it is also much more susceptible to fire elemental techniques due to the high volatility of the substance used to create it.
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Scyther, as noted above, seems to be a cross between a reptile (what with its head and legs) and a giant praying mantis. Thus, Pokemon Pokémon researchers had developed two theories for its origin: the reptilian theory and the insect theory. The first posits that Scyther was descended from a reptilian creature, and developed the wings and blades in order to hunt more effectively. The second theory, on the other hand, proposes that Scyther was a mantis that developed reptilian features in order to easily frighten foes. Research into the breeding habits of Scyther have revealed that the latter theory holds more credence. Females of both species have larger abdomens, to accommodate egg-laying. Due to multiple differences in physiology (such as a metal-coated exoskeleton, as opposed to a purely chitinous one), Scizor was first thought of as a similar yet distinct species from Scyther, yet Johto researchers finally proved that these two were related. Scizor are only known to evolve from Scyther from prolonged exposure to high concentrations to a specific combination of radioactive metals; this may also explain the Pokemon's Pokémon's red color resulting from the reaction of its exoskeleton with the metal. That being said, such types of radioactive isotopes in the wild are rarely ever found, explaining the lack of wild Scizor. However, this exposure could be mimicked by having a Scyther wear a Metal Coat and trading. The coat contains the aforementioned radioactive isotopes which when exposed with enough radiation caused from trading ultimately triggers the mutation, transforming Scyther into Scizor. This exoskeleton provides Scizor with far more tenacity than a Scyther, yet it more than doubles its weight and increases its sensitivity to fire as the chemical compound that makes up the exoskeleton is also highly volatile. What is more baffling is after evolution Scizor is capable of replicating the radioactive metallic isotopes which coat it's its exoskeleton to replace the old coat. Although the metallic exoskeleton of a Scizor is much more durable, it is also much more susceptible vulnerable to fire elemental techniques due to the high volatility of the substance used to create it.

As befitting a top predator, Scyther is known to hunt Pokemon such as Stantler and Nidoran, however, it typically hunts for smaller Pokemon like Sentret and Pidgey. Scizor's diet is far more unusual, in order to keep up its metallic coat, it must consume a variable range of metallic substances and minerals, most importantly potassium and iron. Aside from that, it has been noted by several trainers that Scizor instinctively assault Magnemite or even Magneton for consumption aside from general prey such as Metapod and Kakuna. Although Scyther's ability to move at extremely fast speeds is useful in catching prey, Scizor's weight makes it incapable of being as fast, as such it is adapted to feeding on slow but rarely predated animals such as Metapod (whose shell makes it mostly inaccessible to many predators) and Kakuna. Occassionally it will feed on other bug-type or mammalian-esque prey.
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As befitting a top predator, Scyther is known to hunt Pokemon be capable of taking down Pokémon such as Stantler and Nidoran, Nidoran; however, it typically hunts for smaller Pokemon Pokémon like Sentret and Pidgey. Scizor's diet is far more unusual, as in order to keep up its metallic coat, it must consume a variable range of metallic substances and minerals, most importantly potassium and iron. Aside from that, it has been noted by several trainers that Scizor instinctively assault Magnemite or even Magneton for consumption aside from general prey such as Metapod and Kakuna. Although Scyther's ability to move at extremely fast speeds is useful in catching prey, Scizor's weight makes it incapable of being as fast, fast; as such it is adapted to feeding on slow but rarely predated animals such as Metapod (whose shell makes it mostly inaccessible to many predators) and Kakuna. Occassionally it will feed on other bug-type Bug-type or mammalian-esque prey.

Beginning trainers are strongly advised to stay away from Scyther and Scizor (if at all possible of being seen), as both possess very sharp blades and claws, that could make normally weak attacks like Aerial Ace dangerous. Even professional Rangers are advised to wear safety gear when handling these Pokemon. Both pokemon are capable of tearing acres of forests in rampages. Trainers who seek to evolve their Scythers into Scizors are strongly advised to ask their Scythers beforehand, as some may refuse to evolve while others loathe the idea of being separated from their original trainers. Those Scythers who are unwilling to leave their original trainers may be convinced if it is clear that they will be immediately traded back upon evolving into Scizors, but Scythers who are unwillingly evolved into Scizors may [[WhatHaveIBecome react with enraged horror]] at their new forms, and [[UnstoppableRage go into a maddened frenzy]] and attack the parties they view as responsible for their conditions. Leaving the decision to evolve in the Scyther's hands, however, typically ensures that it will not hold a grudge against its trainer for making the offer. Indeed, some Scythers may [[JumpedAtTheCall eagerly accept]] the extra attacking power that comes from evolving into a Scizor.
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Beginning trainers are strongly advised to stay away from Scyther and Scizor (if at all possible of being seen), as both possess very sharp blades and claws, that could make normally weak attacks like Aerial Ace dangerous. Even professional Rangers are advised to wear safety gear when handling these Pokemon. Pokémon. Both pokemon stages are capable of tearing acres of forests in rampages. Trainers who seek to evolve their Scythers Scyther into Scizors Scizor are strongly advised to ask their Scythers Scyther beforehand, as some may refuse to evolve while others loathe the idea of being separated from their original trainers. Those Scythers Scyther who are unwilling to leave their original trainers may be convinced if it is clear that they will be immediately traded back upon evolving into Scizors, Scizor, but Scythers Scyther who are unwillingly evolved into Scizors Scizor may [[WhatHaveIBecome react with enraged horror]] at their new forms, and [[UnstoppableRage go into a maddened frenzy]] and attack the parties they view as responsible for their conditions. Leaving the decision to evolve in the Scyther's hands, however, typically ensures that it will not hold a grudge against its trainer for making the offer. Indeed, some Scythers Scyther may [[JumpedAtTheCall eagerly accept]] the extra attacking power that comes from evolving into a Scizor.

Scyther typically mate in autumn. The male engages in a courtship dance with the female, in order to There have been isolated yet unproven reports of female Scyther eating their mates during mating, but the male generally survives. Afterwards, the female Scyther lays eggs, around a hundred, and attached to plants. The Scyther hatch in a pseudo-nymphal stage, with smaller wings, yet quickly reach adulthood. The rarity of Scizor in the wild prevents any extensive research on the topic, it is currently believed to be improbable that Scizor will mate with other Scyther as they are solitary. A theory suggests that Scyther would consider Scizor to be unnatural, and as such shun them from packs. Added to the fact that Scizor have a low fertility rate due to exposure to radiation, though reproduction is possible, it is highly unlikely if at all possible in the wild.
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Scyther typically mate in autumn. The male engages in a courtship dance with the female, in order to impress her. There have been isolated yet unproven reports of female Scyther eating their mates during mating, but the male generally survives. Afterwards, the female Scyther lays eggs, around a hundred, and attached to plants. The Scyther hatch in a pseudo-nymphal stage, with smaller wings, yet quickly reach adulthood. The rarity of Scizor in the wild prevents any extensive research on the topic, but it is currently believed to be improbable that Scizor will mate with other Scyther as they are solitary. A theory suggests that Scyther would consider Scizor to be unnatural, and as such shun them from packs. Added to the fact that Scizor have a low fertility rate due to exposure to radiation, though reproduction is possible, it is highly unlikely if at all possible in the wild.
26th Aug '12 8:50:42 AM spiritsunami
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Scizor's diet is far more unusual, in order to keep up it's metallic coat, it must consume a variable range of metallic substances and minerals, most importantly potassium and iron. Aside from that, it has been noted by several trainers that Scizor instinctively assault Magnemite or even Magneton for consumption aside from general prey such as Metapod and Kakuna. Although Scyther's ability to move at extremely fast speeds is useful in catching prey, Scizor's weight makes it incapable of being as fast, as such it is adapted to feeding on slow but rarely predated animals such as Metapod (whose shell makes it mostly inaccessible to many predators) and Kakuna. Occassionally it will feed on other bug-type or mammalian-esque prey.
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Scizor's diet is far more unusual, in order to keep up it's its metallic coat, it must consume a variable range of metallic substances and minerals, most importantly potassium and iron. Aside from that, it has been noted by several trainers that Scizor instinctively assault Magnemite or even Magneton for consumption aside from general prey such as Metapod and Kakuna. Although Scyther's ability to move at extremely fast speeds is useful in catching prey, Scizor's weight makes it incapable of being as fast, as such it is adapted to feeding on slow but rarely predated animals such as Metapod (whose shell makes it mostly inaccessible to many predators) and Kakuna. Occassionally it will feed on other bug-type or mammalian-esque prey.
26th Aug '12 8:49:15 AM spiritsunami
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o Scyther is a green Pokemon built like a praying mantis, however, its head is more reptilian than any other Bug Pokemon, with three short horns on the back. At one and a half meters tall, it is approximately the size of a small human. One of its notable features is its pair of blades, which probably inspired this Pokemon's name.
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o ** Scyther is a green Pokemon built like a praying mantis, however, its head is more reptilian than any other Bug Pokemon, with three short horns on the back. At one and a half meters tall, it is approximately the size of a small human. One of its notable features is its pair of blades, which probably inspired this Pokemon's name.

o Scizor, unlike its previous form, is now colored red, and the horns on the back of its head are now longer. Its two scythe-like blades are now replaced by two claws, which Hoenn researchers note resemble the heads of Trapinch.
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o ** Scizor, unlike its previous form, is now colored red, and the horns on the back of its head are now longer. Its two scythe-like blades are now replaced by two claws, which Hoenn researchers note resemble the heads of Trapinch.
28th Oct '11 9:18:12 PM rmctagg09
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10th Sep '11 4:30:14 PM rmctagg09
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9th Sep '11 5:50:19 PM GordonSchumway
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Trainers who seek to evolve their Scythers into Scizors are strongly advised to ask their Scythers beforehand, as some may refuse to evolve while others loathe the idea of being separated from their original trainers. Those Scythers who are unwilling to leave their original trainers may be convinced if it is clear that they will be immediately traded back upon evolving into Scizors, but Scythers who are unwillingly evolved into Scizors may [[WhatHaveIBecome react with enraged horror]] at their new forms, and [[UnstoppableRage go into a maddened frenzy]] and attack the parties they view as responsible for their conditions. Leaving the decision to evolve in the Scyther's hands, however, typically ensures that it will not hold a grudge against its trainer for making the offer. Indeed, some Scythers may [[JumpedAtTheCall eagerly accept]] the extra attacking power that comes from evolving into a Scizor.
1st Jan '11 9:29:05 AM CalamityJane
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o Scizor, unlike its previous form, is now colored red, and the horns on the back of its head are now longer. Its two scythe-like blades are now replaced by two claws, which Hoenn researchers note to resembled the heads of Trapinch.
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o Scizor, unlike its previous form, is now colored red, and the horns on the back of its head are now longer. Its two scythe-like blades are now replaced by two claws, which Hoenn researchers note to resembled resemble the heads of Trapinch.
6th Dec '10 11:35:05 PM jsnlng
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Scizor are much rarer in the wild; there had been no sighting of a wild Scizor for decades. It is assumed, however, that the evolution of Scyther into Scizor is so slim that there have been no wild evolutions of Scyther in the past few years.
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Scizor are much rarer in the wild; there had has been no sighting of a wild Scizor for decades. It is assumed, however, that the evolution of Scyther into Scizor is so slim that there have been no wild evolutions of Scyther in the past few years.
6th Dec '10 9:31:10 PM jsnlng
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I just wanted to add some more content into the page, and remove things which didn't make sense (i.e the evolutionary phase), although my science is kind of weak.
Due to multiple differences in physiology (such as a metal-coated exoskeleton, as opposed to a purely chitinous one), Scizor was first thought of as a similar yet distinct species from Scyther, yet Johto researchers finally proved that these two were related. Scizor are only known to evolve from Scyther from prolonged exposure to high concentrations of metal; this may also explain the Pokemon's red color resulting from the reaction of its exoskeleton with the metal. This exposure could be mimicked by exposure to Metal Coats, which have a very high concentration of metals, under certain conditions. This exoskeleton provides Scizor with far more tenacity than a Scyther, yet it more than doubles its weight and increases its sensitivity to fire.
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Due to multiple differences in physiology (such as a metal-coated exoskeleton, as opposed to a purely chitinous one), Scizor was first thought of as a similar yet distinct species from Scyther, yet Johto researchers finally proved that these two were related. Scizor are only known to evolve from Scyther from prolonged exposure to high concentrations to a specific combination of metal; radioactive metals; this may also explain the Pokemon's red color resulting from the reaction of its exoskeleton with the metal. This That being said, such types of radioactive isotopes in the wild are rarely ever found, explaining the lack of wild Scizor. However, this exposure could be mimicked by exposure to having a Scyther wear a Metal Coats, Coat and trading. The coat contains the aforementioned radioactive isotopes which have a very high concentration of metals, under certain conditions. when exposed with enough radiation caused from trading ultimately triggers the mutation, transforming Scyther into Scizor. This exoskeleton provides Scizor with far more tenacity than a Scyther, yet it more than doubles its weight and increases its sensitivity to fire. fire as the chemical compound that makes up the exoskeleton is also highly volatile. What is more baffling is after evolution Scizor is capable of replicating the radioactive metallic isotopes which coat it's exoskeleton to replace the old coat. Although the metallic exoskeleton of a Scizor is much more durable, it is also much more susceptible to fire elemental techniques due to the high volatility of the substance used to create it.

Scizor are much rarer in the wild; there had been no sighting of a wild Scizor for years. It is assumed, however, that these rare Pokemon prefer solitude, as packs of Scizor have never been sighted.
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Scizor are much rarer in the wild; there had been no sighting of a wild Scizor for years. decades. It is assumed, however, that these rare Pokemon prefer solitude, as packs the evolution of Scyther into Scizor is so slim that there have never been sighted. no wild evolutions of Scyther in the past few years.

As befitting a top predator, Scyther is known to hunt Pokemon such as Stantler and Nidoran, however, it typically hunts for smaller Pokemon like Sentret and Pidgey. Scizor's diet is similar, yet the Pincer Pokemon is known to ingest rocks and metal in order to maintain its exoskeleton.
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As befitting a top predator, Scyther is known to hunt Pokemon such as Stantler and Nidoran, however, it typically hunts for smaller Pokemon like Sentret and Pidgey. Scizor's diet is similar, yet the Pincer Pokemon is known to ingest rocks and metal far more unusual, in order to maintain its exoskeleton. keep up it's metallic coat, it must consume a variable range of metallic substances and minerals, most importantly potassium and iron. Aside from that, it has been noted by several trainers that Scizor instinctively assault Magnemite or even Magneton for consumption aside from general prey such as Metapod and Kakuna. Although Scyther's ability to move at extremely fast speeds is useful in catching prey, Scizor's weight makes it incapable of being as fast, as such it is adapted to feeding on slow but rarely predated animals such as Metapod (whose shell makes it mostly inaccessible to many predators) and Kakuna. Occassionally it will feed on other bug-type or mammalian-esque prey.

Beginning trainers are strongly advised to stay away from Scyther and Scizor, as both possess very sharp blades and claws, that could make normally weak attacks like Aerial Ace dangerous. Even professional Rangers are advised to wear safety gear when handling these Pokemon. A recent discovery by Sinnoh scientists tells of a certain maneuver Scizor have been spotted using; this involves the Scizor exerting a brief boost of speed fast enough to catch a foe unaware. This has made it extraordinarily popular among trainers wishing to enter the Pokemon League.
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Beginning trainers are strongly advised to stay away from Scyther and Scizor, Scizor (if at all possible of being seen), as both possess very sharp blades and claws, that could make normally weak attacks like Aerial Ace dangerous. Even professional Rangers are advised to wear safety gear when handling these Pokemon. A recent discovery by Sinnoh scientists tells Both pokemon are capable of a certain maneuver Scizor have been spotted using; this involves the Scizor exerting a brief boost tearing acres of speed fast enough to catch a foe unaware. This has made it extraordinarily popular among trainers wishing to enter the Pokemon League. forests in rampages.

The rarity of Scizor in the wild prevents any extensive research on the topic, yet it is believed that the process is similar.
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The rarity of Scizor in the wild prevents any extensive research on the topic, yet it is currently believed to be improbable that Scizor will mate with other Scyther as they are solitary. A theory suggests that Scyther would consider Scizor to be unnatural, and as such shun them from packs. Added to the process fact that Scizor have a low fertility rate due to exposure to radiation, though reproduction is similar. possible, it is highly unlikely if at all possible in the wild.

As stated earlier, Scyther typically live in packs of mostly females, whereas males typically bond together. Scizor are assumed to live solitarily.
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As stated earlier, Scyther typically live in packs of mostly females, whereas males typically bond together. Scizor are assumed to live solitarily. solitarily, adding value to the theory that Scizor are considered unnatural by Scyther.
31st Aug '10 8:12:45 PM CaptainNapalm
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Click [++Scyther Line++] !! Morphs [Oak Catalog #] * Scyther [#123] o Scyther is a green Pokemon built like a praying mantis, however, its head is more reptilian than any other Bug Pokemon, with three short horns on the edit button to start back. At one and a half meters tall, it is approximately the size of a small human. One of its notable features is its pair of blades, which probably inspired this new page. Pokemon's name. * Scizor [#212] o Scizor, unlike its previous form, is now colored red, and the horns on the back of its head are now longer. Its two scythe-like blades are now replaced by two claws, which Hoenn researchers note to resembled the heads of Trapinch. !! Notable Biology Scyther, as noted above, seems to be a cross between a reptile (what with its head and legs) and a giant praying mantis. Thus, Pokemon researchers had developed two theories for its origin: the reptilian theory and the insect theory. The first posits that Scyther was descended from a reptilian creature, and developed the wings and blades in order to hunt more effectively. The second theory, on the other hand, proposes that Scyther was a mantis that developed reptilian features in order to easily frighten foes. Research into the breeding habits of Scyther have revealed that the latter theory holds more credence. Females of both species have larger abdomens, to accommodate egg-laying. Due to multiple differences in physiology (such as a metal-coated exoskeleton, as opposed to a purely chitinous one), Scizor was first thought of as a similar yet distinct species from Scyther, yet Johto researchers finally proved that these two were related. Scizor are only known to evolve from Scyther from prolonged exposure to high concentrations of metal; this may also explain the Pokemon's red color resulting from the reaction of its exoskeleton with the metal. This exposure could be mimicked by exposure to Metal Coats, which have a very high concentration of metals, under certain conditions. This exoskeleton provides Scizor with far more tenacity than a Scyther, yet it more than doubles its weight and increases its sensitivity to fire. !! Habitat Scyther typically prefer living in open grasslands in packs, yet are occasionally known to prefer living in forests. The species is quite rare, especially when compared to more common bugs such as the Caterpie and Wurmple lines. Scizor are much rarer in the wild; there had been no sighting of a wild Scizor for years. It is assumed, however, that these rare Pokemon prefer solitude, as packs of Scizor have never been sighted. !! Diet As befitting a top predator, Scyther is known to hunt Pokemon such as Stantler and Nidoran, however, it typically hunts for smaller Pokemon like Sentret and Pidgey. Scizor's diet is similar, yet the Pincer Pokemon is known to ingest rocks and metal in order to maintain its exoskeleton. !! Hazards Beginning trainers are strongly advised to stay away from Scyther and Scizor, as both possess very sharp blades and claws, that could make normally weak attacks like Aerial Ace dangerous. Even professional Rangers are advised to wear safety gear when handling these Pokemon. A recent discovery by Sinnoh scientists tells of a certain maneuver Scizor have been spotted using; this involves the Scizor exerting a brief boost of speed fast enough to catch a foe unaware. This has made it extraordinarily popular among trainers wishing to enter the Pokemon League. !! Courting and Childrearing Scyther typically mate in autumn. The male engages in a courtship dance with the female, in order to There have been isolated yet unproven reports of female Scyther eating their mates during mating, but the male generally survives. Afterwards, the female Scyther lays eggs, around a hundred, and attached to plants. The Scyther hatch in a pseudo-nymphal stage, with smaller wings, yet quickly reach adulthood. The rarity of Scizor in the wild prevents any extensive research on the topic, yet it is believed that the process is similar. !! Social Structure As stated earlier, Scyther typically live in packs of mostly females, whereas males typically bond together. Scizor are assumed to live solitarily. ---- [-See other entries [[ThePokedexExtendedFanonEdition HERE]]-]
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