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Another point of interest are the feathers and gems present in this line of pokemon. The yellow gems help regulate the Pokemon's body temperature by cooling it whilst the feathers disperse excess heat. Sneasel have two gems, one on their forehead and one on their chest whilst possessing only one ear feather and three back feathers. Upon evolution they lose the chest gem and one back feather whilst elongating the other two. Weavile grow a crest of head feathers, a second ear feather and a neck crest.

While these adaptations seem counter intuitive, they are important to these Pokemon's survival by keeping their body cold enough to use ice attacks and to lower body temperature gained from activity and their high metabolism. If the gems or feathers are damaged a Sneasel or Weavile will become feverish.

The method of evolution from Sneasel to Weavile is also highly atypical. Instead of just gaining experience like most Pokemon a Sneasel has to be holding a Razor Claw and level up at night. The exact method is unknown, but scientists suspect the Sneasel incorporates genetic data from the Razor Claw to improve its claws and that sunlight interferes with this process. Another popular theory is that since it is colder at night a Sneasel has an easier time regulating its metabolism when it evolves.

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Another point of interest are the feathers and gems present in this line of pokemon.Pokemon. The yellow gems help regulate the Pokemon's body temperature by cooling it whilst the feathers disperse excess heat. Sneasel have two gems, one on their forehead and one on their chest whilst possessing only one ear feather and three back feathers. Upon evolution they lose the chest gem and one back feather whilst elongating the other two. Weavile grow a crest of head feathers, a second ear feather and a neck crest.

While these adaptations seem counter intuitive, they are important to these Pokemon's survival by keeping their body cold enough to use ice attacks and to lower body temperature gained from activity and their high metabolism. If the gems or feathers are damaged damaged, a Sneasel or Weavile will become feverish.

The method of evolution from Sneasel to Weavile is also highly atypical. Instead of just gaining experience like most Pokemon Pokemon, a Sneasel has to be holding a Razor Claw and level up at night. The exact method is unknown, but scientists suspect the Sneasel incorporates genetic data from the Razor Claw to improve its claws claws, and that sunlight interferes with this process. Another popular theory is that since it is colder at night night, a Sneasel has an easier time regulating its metabolism when it evolves.



Both Pokemon have a preference for cold mountainous areas, although they are just as common in forests. Partially this is because of how the cold helps regulate their body temperature. Also trees and rock outcroppings make ideal places for Sneasel and Weavile to climb up and ambush prey from.

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Both Pokemon have a preference for cold mountainous areas, although they are just as common in forests. Partially this is because of how the cold helps regulate their body temperature. Also Also, trees and rock outcroppings make ideal places for Sneasel and Weavile to climb up and ambush prey from.



Sneasel and Weavile are notable in that they will go after other Pokemon as food first, instead of just attacking smaller animals. Common targets are Stantler, and Pokemon from the Swinub, Spoink, and Snover lines. This often brings them into conflict with Ursaring, who also prey on the same Pokemon.

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Sneasel and Weavile are notable in that they will go after other Pokemon as food first, instead of just attacking smaller animals. Common targets are Stantler, Stantler and Pokemon from the Swinub, Spoink, and Snover lines. This often brings them into conflict with Ursaring, who also prey on the same Pokemon.



In Sneasel society, it is common for packmates to fight each other to first blood to settle disputes. Rivalries are also encouraged in Sneasel society. What this translates to is that these Pokemon will tend to fight the other ones on their trainer's team to prove itself. In particular a Sneasel or Weavile will often have a strong rivalry with the Pokemon that was used to capture them.

The third problem with training a Sneasel is their communal nature. Pokemon of the Sneasel line are used to cooperating with their pack at all times. A newly caught Sneasel has trouble with standard League battles because they are left out there alone to fight. Trainers are encouraged to start getting their Sneasel to see them as a fighting partner and to to start them off with double battles. Also, Sneasel will get lonely and aggressive (more so than usual) if left alone so trainers are advised to let them follow outside of the Pokeball often.

In addition to the behavioral obstacles to overcome when training a Sneasel, trainers should also be wary of maintaining their body temperature. Normally this isn't a problem, but if a Sneasel or Weavile is taken to a desert environment they should generally only battle at night or indoors. If their gems or feathers are damaged a it is advised they don't battle until they have healed.

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In Sneasel society, it is common for packmates to fight each other to first blood to settle disputes. Rivalries are also encouraged in Sneasel society. What this translates to is that these Pokemon will tend to fight the other ones on their trainer's team to prove itself. In particular particular, a Sneasel or Weavile will often have a strong rivalry with the Pokemon that was used to capture them.

The third problem with training a Sneasel is their communal nature. Pokemon of the Sneasel line are used to cooperating with their pack at all times. A newly caught Sneasel has trouble with standard League battles because they are left out there alone to fight. Trainers are encouraged to start getting their Sneasel to see them as a fighting partner and to to start them off with double battles. Also, Sneasel will get lonely and aggressive (more so than usual) if left alone alone, so trainers are advised to let them follow outside of the Pokeball often.

In addition to the behavioral obstacles to overcome when training a Sneasel, trainers should also be wary of maintaining their body temperature. Normally this isn't a problem, but if a Sneasel or Weavile is taken to a desert environment they should generally only battle at night or indoors. If their gems or feathers are damaged a damaged, it is advised they don't battle until they have healed.



When a Sneasel or Weavile wants to mate with another, it will signal its intention by going out alone and bringing back prey as a gift. Common targets are small bird Pokemon like Pidgey or Starly. Either the male or female can initiate this ritual. If the other accepts the bird gift, both of them go off on a private hunt to find a Razor Claw. If the two can work together well enough to bring down an apex predetor like an Ursaring or Zangoose and take it's claws, the two decide to mate.

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When a Sneasel or Weavile wants to mate with another, it will signal its intention by going out alone and bringing back prey as a gift. Common targets are small bird Pokemon like Pidgey or Starly. Either the male or female can initiate this ritual. If the other accepts the bird gift, both of them go off on a private hunt to find a Razor Claw. If the two can work together well enough to bring down an apex predetor predator like an Ursaring or Zangoose and take it's its claws, the two decide to mate.



Sneasel and Weavile value teamwork to a high degree that hunting alone is looked on with disdain. Hunting parties of three to six will go out and use ambush and hit-and-run tactics to wear out and chip away at prey.

In the wild, only Weavile mate. This is because the acquisition of a Razor Claw and subsequent evolution is seen as a rite of passage. If a Sneasel tries to mate chances are it's partner will attack it for not following the ritual properly.

Due to their natural aggression, Sneasel and Weavile are highly competitive in their packs. Fights are common ways to settle disputes, especially over food and personal space. They are restricted to first blood though, so not to impair the loser's performance whilst hunting.

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Sneasel and Weavile value teamwork to such a high degree that hunting alone is looked on with disdain. Hunting parties of three to six will go out and use ambush and hit-and-run tactics to wear out and chip away at prey.

In the wild, only Weavile mate. This is because the acquisition of a Razor Claw and subsequent evolution is seen as a rite of passage. If a Sneasel tries to mate mate, chances are it's partner will attack it for not following the ritual properly.

Due to their natural aggression, Sneasel and Weavile are highly competitive in their packs. Fights are common ways to settle disputes, especially over food and personal space. They are restricted to first blood though, so as not to impair the loser's performance whilst hunting.
9th Sep '10 7:30:27 PM PikaHikariKT
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Sneasel and Weavile are both small bipedal pokemon that have feline and mustelid like features. Both have retractable claws, although Sneasels only have two whilst Weaviles have three. Both pokemon also have feathers growing around their ears and base of the spine.

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Sneasel and Weavile are both small bipedal pokemon Pokemon that have feline and mustelid like features. Both have retractable claws, although Sneasels Sneasel only have two whilst Weaviles Weavile have three. Both pokemon Pokemon also have feathers growing around their ears and base of the spine.
spine. The ears of a female Sneasel or Weavile is shorter than the male's.



The hooked claws possessed by both pokemon are their main offensive weapon, usually supplemented with ice attacks. Because of this Sneasel and Weavile will often sharpen their claws so they may still be effective in battle.

Another point of interest are the feathers and gems present in this line of pokemon. The yellow gems help regulate the pokemon's body temperature by cooling it whilst the feathers disperse excess heat. Sneasels have two gems, one on their forehead and one on their chest whilst possessing only one ear feather and three back feathers. Upon evolution they lose the chest gem and one back feather whilst elongating the other two. Weaviles grow a crest of head feathers, a second ear feather and a neck crest.

While these adaptations seem counter intuitive, they are important to these pokemon's survival by keeping their body cold enough to use ice attacks and to lower body temperature gained from activity and their high metabolism. If the gems or feathers are damaged a Sneasel or Weavile will become feverish.

The method of evolution from Sneasel to Weavile is also highly atypical. Instead of just gaining experience like most pokemon a Sneasel has to be holding a Razor Claw and level up at night. The exact method is unknown, but scientist suspect the Sneasel incorporates genetic data from the Razor Claw to improve its claws and that sunlight interferes with this process. Another popular theory is that since it is colder at night a Sneasel has an easier time regulating its metabolism when it evolves.

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The hooked claws possessed by both pokemon Pokemon are their main offensive weapon, usually supplemented with ice attacks. Because of this Sneasel and Weavile will often sharpen their claws so they may still be effective in battle.

Another point of interest are the feathers and gems present in this line of pokemon. The yellow gems help regulate the pokemon's Pokemon's body temperature by cooling it whilst the feathers disperse excess heat. Sneasels Sneasel have two gems, one on their forehead and one on their chest whilst possessing only one ear feather and three back feathers. Upon evolution they lose the chest gem and one back feather whilst elongating the other two. Weaviles Weavile grow a crest of head feathers, a second ear feather and a neck crest.

While these adaptations seem counter intuitive, they are important to these pokemon's Pokemon's survival by keeping their body cold enough to use ice attacks and to lower body temperature gained from activity and their high metabolism. If the gems or feathers are damaged a Sneasel or Weavile will become feverish.

The method of evolution from Sneasel to Weavile is also highly atypical. Instead of just gaining experience like most pokemon Pokemon a Sneasel has to be holding a Razor Claw and level up at night. The exact method is unknown, but scientist scientists suspect the Sneasel incorporates genetic data from the Razor Claw to improve its claws and that sunlight interferes with this process. Another popular theory is that since it is colder at night a Sneasel has an easier time regulating its metabolism when it evolves.



Both Pokemon have a preference for cold mountainous areas, although they are just as common in forests. Partially this is because of how the cold helps regulate their body temperature. Also trees and rock outcroppings make ideal places for Sneasels and Weaviles to climb up and ambush prey from.

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Both Pokemon have a preference for cold mountainous areas, although they are just as common in forests. Partially this is because of how the cold helps regulate their body temperature. Also trees and rock outcroppings make ideal places for Sneasels Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile to climb up and ambush prey from.



Both pokemon are omnivorous with a preference for meat and berries. Younger Sneasels will often gather berries for the pack. Older and more experienced Sneasels and Weaviles will go out in packs and hunt for prey.

Sneasels and Weaviles are notable in that they will go after other pokemon as food first, instead of just attacking smaller animals. Common targets are Stanler, and pokemon from the Swinub, Spoink and Snover lines. This often brings them into conflict with Ursarings who also prey on the same pokemon.

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Both pokemon Pokemon are omnivorous with a preference for meat and berries. Younger Sneasels Sneasel will often gather berries for the pack. Older and more experienced Sneasels Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile will go out in packs and hunt for prey.

Sneasels Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile are notable in that they will go after other pokemon Pokemon as food first, instead of just attacking smaller animals. Common targets are Stanler, Stantler, and pokemon Pokemon from the Swinub, Spoink Spoink, and Snover lines. This often brings them into conflict with Ursarings Ursaring, who also prey on the same pokemon.
Pokemon.



Sneasels and Weaviles are incredibly ruthless, competitive, and communal(see Social Section for more details). This makes them battler's best dream and worst nightmare. Newly caught Sneasels have trouble holding themselves back when fighting. This is all very well and good up until their opponent is downed. If the defeated pokemon isn't quickly recalled, there may be a maiming as the Sneasel goes in for the kill.

In Sneasel society it is common for packmates to fight each other to first blood to settle disputes. Rivalries are also encouraged in Sneasel society. What this translates to is that these pokemon will tend to fight the other ones on their trainer's team to prove itself. In particular a Sneasel or Weavile will often have a strong rivalry with the pokemon that was used to capture them.

The third problem with training a Sneasle is their communal nature. Pokemon of the Sneasel line are used to cooperating their pack at all times. A newly caught Sneasel has trouble with standard League battles because they are left out there alone to fight. Trainers are encouraged to start getting their Sneasel to see them as a fighting partner and to to start them off with double battles. Also Sneasels will get lonely and aggressive(more so than usual) if left alone so trainers are advised to let them follow outside of the pokeball often.

In addition to the behavioral obstacles to overcome when training a Sneasel, trainers should also be wary of maintaining their body temp. Normally this isn't a problem, but if a Sneasel or Weavile is taken to a desert environment they should generally only battle at night or indoors. If their gems or feathers are damaged a it is advised they don't battle until they have healed.

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Sneasels Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile are incredibly ruthless, competitive, and communal(see communal (see Social Section for more details). This makes them a battler's best dream and worst nightmare. Newly caught Sneasels Sneasel have trouble holding themselves back when fighting. This is all very well and good up until their opponent is downed. If the defeated pokemon Pokemon isn't quickly recalled, there may be a maiming as the Sneasel goes in for the kill.

In Sneasel society society, it is common for packmates to fight each other to first blood to settle disputes. Rivalries are also encouraged in Sneasel society. What this translates to is that these pokemon Pokemon will tend to fight the other ones on their trainer's team to prove itself. In particular a Sneasel or Weavile will often have a strong rivalry with the pokemon Pokemon that was used to capture them.

The third problem with training a Sneasle Sneasel is their communal nature. Pokemon of the Sneasel line are used to cooperating with their pack at all times. A newly caught Sneasel has trouble with standard League battles because they are left out there alone to fight. Trainers are encouraged to start getting their Sneasel to see them as a fighting partner and to to start them off with double battles. Also Sneasels Also, Sneasel will get lonely and aggressive(more aggressive (more so than usual) if left alone so trainers are advised to let them follow outside of the pokeball Pokeball often.

In addition to the behavioral obstacles to overcome when training a Sneasel, trainers should also be wary of maintaining their body temp.temperature. Normally this isn't a problem, but if a Sneasel or Weavile is taken to a desert environment they should generally only battle at night or indoors. If their gems or feathers are damaged a it is advised they don't battle until they have healed.



When a Sneasel or Weavile wants to mate with another it will signal it's intention by going out alone and bringing back prey as a gift. Common targets are small bird pokemon like Pidgey or Starly. Either the male or female can initiate this ritual. If the other accepts the bird gift, both of them go off on a private hunt to find a razor claw. If the two can work together well enough to bring down an apex predetor like an Ursaring or Zangoose and take it's claws the two decide to mate.

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When a Sneasel or Weavile wants to mate with another another, it will signal it's its intention by going out alone and bringing back prey as a gift. Common targets are small bird pokemon Pokemon like Pidgey or Starly. Either the male or female can initiate this ritual. If the other accepts the bird gift, both of them go off on a private hunt to find a razor claw. Razor Claw. If the two can work together well enough to bring down an apex predetor like an Ursaring or Zangoose and take it's claws claws, the two decide to mate.



Sneasels and Weaviles are communal to the point that they are seldom alone. A typical pack consists of ten to thirty individuals. If it gets to a point where the resources can't support the whole group, it will split and move to a different areas.

Sneasels and Weaviles value team work to a high degree that hunting alone is looked on with disdain. Hunting parties of three to six will go out and us ambush and hit and run tactic to wear out chip away at prey.

In the wild only Weaviles mate. This is because the acquisition of a razor claw and subsequent evolution is seen as a rite of passage. If a Sneasel tries to mate chances are it's partner will attack it for not following the ritual properly.

Due to their natural aggression, Sneasels and Weaviles are high competitive in their packs. Fights are common ways to settle disputes especially over food and personal space. They are restricted to first blood though so not to impair the losers performance whilst hunting.

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Sneasels Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile are communal to the point that they are seldom alone. A typical pack consists of ten to thirty individuals. If it gets to a point where the resources can't support the whole group, it will split and move to a different areas.

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and Weaviles Weavile value team work teamwork to a high degree that hunting alone is looked on with disdain. Hunting parties of three to six will go out and us use ambush and hit and run tactic hit-and-run tactics to wear out and chip away at prey.

In the wild wild, only Weaviles Weavile mate. This is because the acquisition of a razor claw Razor Claw and subsequent evolution is seen as a rite of passage. If a Sneasel tries to mate chances are it's partner will attack it for not following the ritual properly.

Due to their natural aggression, Sneasels Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile are high highly competitive in their packs. Fights are common ways to settle disputes disputes, especially over food and personal space. They are restricted to first blood though though, so not to impair the losers loser's performance whilst hunting.



Because of their tracking capabilities, natural inclination to teamwork, and ability to learn False Swipe Sneasels and Weaviles are often used by trainers who specialize in Pokemon capture.

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Because of their tracking capabilities, natural inclination to teamwork, and ability to learn False Swipe Sneasels Swipe, Sneasel and Weaviles Weavile are often used by trainers who specialize in Pokemon capture.
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!! Morphs [Oak Catalog #]

* Sneasel [215]
* Weavile [461]

!! Physical Descriptions

Sneasel and Weavile are both small bipedal pokemon that have feline and mustelid like features. Both have retractable claws, although Sneasels only have two whilst Weaviles have three. Both pokemon also have feathers growing around their ears and base of
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!! Notable Biology

The hooked claws possessed by both pokemon are their main offensive weapon, usually supplemented with ice attacks. Because of this Sneasel and Weavile will often sharpen their claws so they may still be effective in battle.

Another point of interest are the feathers and gems present in this line of pokemon. The yellow gems help regulate the pokemon's body temperature by cooling it whilst the feathers disperse excess heat. Sneasels have two gems, one on their forehead and one on their chest whilst possessing only one ear feather and three back feathers. Upon evolution they lose the chest gem and one back feather whilst elongating the other two. Weaviles grow a crest of head feathers, a second ear feather and a neck crest.

While these adaptations seem counter intuitive, they are important to these pokemon's survival by keeping their body cold enough to use ice attacks and to lower body temperature gained from activity and their high metabolism. If the gems or feathers are damaged a Sneasel or Weavile will become feverish.

The method of evolution from Sneasel to Weavile is also highly atypical. Instead of just gaining experience like most pokemon a Sneasel has to be holding a Razor Claw and level up at night. The exact method is unknown, but scientist suspect the Sneasel incorporates genetic data from the Razor Claw to improve its claws and that sunlight interferes with this process. Another popular theory is that since it is colder at night a Sneasel has an easier time regulating its metabolism when it evolves.

!! Habitat

Both Pokemon have a preference for cold mountainous areas, although they are just as common in forests. Partially this is because of how the cold helps regulate their body temperature. Also trees and rock outcroppings make ideal places for Sneasels and Weaviles to climb up and ambush prey from.

!! Diet

Both pokemon are omnivorous with a preference for meat and berries. Younger Sneasels will often gather berries for the pack. Older and more experienced Sneasels and Weaviles will go out in packs and hunt for prey.

Sneasels and Weaviles are notable in that they will go after other pokemon as food first, instead of just attacking smaller animals. Common targets are Stanler, and pokemon from the Swinub, Spoink and Snover lines. This often brings them into conflict with Ursarings who also prey on the same pokemon.

!! Hazards

Sneasels and Weaviles are incredibly ruthless, competitive, and communal(see Social Section for more details). This makes them battler's best dream and worst nightmare. Newly caught Sneasels have trouble holding themselves back when fighting. This is all very well and good up until their opponent is downed. If the defeated pokemon isn't quickly recalled, there may be a maiming as the Sneasel goes in for the kill.

In Sneasel society it is common for packmates to fight each other to first blood to settle disputes. Rivalries are also encouraged in Sneasel society. What this translates to is that these pokemon will tend to fight the other ones on their trainer's team to prove itself. In particular a Sneasel or Weavile will often have a strong rivalry with the pokemon that was used to capture them.

The third problem with training a Sneasle is their communal nature. Pokemon of the Sneasel line are used to cooperating their pack at all times. A newly caught Sneasel has trouble with standard League battles because they are left out there alone to fight. Trainers are encouraged
to start getting their Sneasel to see them as a fighting partner and to to start them off with double battles. Also Sneasels will get lonely and aggressive(more so than usual) if left alone so trainers are advised to let them follow outside of the pokeball often.

In addition to the behavioral obstacles to overcome when training a Sneasel, trainers should also be wary of maintaining their body temp. Normally
this new page. isn't a problem, but if a Sneasel or Weavile is taken to a desert environment they should generally only battle at night or indoors. If their gems or feathers are damaged a it is advised they don't battle until they have healed.

!! Courting

When a Sneasel or Weavile wants to mate with another it will signal it's intention by going out alone and bringing back prey as a gift. Common targets are small bird pokemon like Pidgey or Starly. Either the male or female can initiate this ritual. If the other accepts the bird gift, both of them go off on a private hunt to find a razor claw. If the two can work together well enough to bring down an apex predetor like an Ursaring or Zangoose and take it's claws the two decide to mate.

!! Social Structure

Sneasels and Weaviles are communal to the point that they are seldom alone. A typical pack consists of ten to thirty individuals. If it gets to a point where the resources can't support the whole group, it will split and move to a different areas.

Sneasels and Weaviles value team work to a high degree that hunting alone is looked on with disdain. Hunting parties of three to six will go out and us ambush and hit and run tactic to wear out chip away at prey.

In the wild only Weaviles mate. This is because the acquisition of a razor claw and subsequent evolution is seen as a rite of passage. If a Sneasel tries to mate chances are it's partner will attack it for not following the ritual properly.

Due to their natural aggression, Sneasels and Weaviles are high competitive in their packs. Fights are common ways to settle disputes especially over food and personal space. They are restricted to first blood though so not to impair the losers performance whilst hunting.

!! Use in Trainer Culture

Because of their tracking capabilities, natural inclination to teamwork, and ability to learn False Swipe Sneasels and Weaviles are often used by trainers who specialize in Pokemon capture.

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