History FanonPokedex / Snivy

4th May '14 5:49:43 AM Cobalt58
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!! Trainer Notes

Despite Serperior's cold disposition, a Serperior trained from birth are known to be very affectionate towards their master, where there has been at least 60+ recorded cases of accidental asphyxiation from overly affectionate Serperior, so trainers are advised to alert their Serperiors by gently pushing back if said Serperior was to "cuddle" too tightly, to which it will get the idea.



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7th Dec '12 10:02:59 AM PhoenixFire
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Servine, the evolved form of a Snivy, are far faster and stronger than their previous form. They posess a row of alternating leaves on their back, which allow them to feed far less and spend more of the day basking in the sun. They are less mobile and more sedentary. Furthermore, the limbs of the creature are even more degenerate than before, and as such Servine are not used to travelling quickly. They do, however, have incredible reflexes, and, using their elongated neck and spine, can strike blows extremely fast. Servine are unique in the fact that both they and Serpiror posess hinged jaws, meaning that if nessecary they can swallow preywhole.This does mean that they will be unable tomove for many weeks as their prey is slowly digested, so competitive battlers may want to stick to using League-approved Pokémon food instead.

When Servine evolve and reach sexual maturity as Serperior, they lose their legs entirely, becoming more serpentine in nature- a classic case of phylogeny recapping evolution. Serperior, while lightning-fast if required, prefer to remain sedentary in the wild, waiting for their prey to come to them. Serperior also posess great strength, and will most frequently subdue opponents (whether prey or challengers) by exerting a bone-crushing squeeze while at the same time draining the foe’s life enrgy with moves like Mega Drain. All three members of the line, like most Grass types, spend much of their day basking in the sun to fuel their symbiotes and boost the power of their Grass-type moves.

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Servine, the evolved form of a Snivy, are far faster and stronger than their previous form. They posess possess a row of alternating leaves on their back, which allow them to feed far less and spend more of the day basking in the sun. They are less mobile and more sedentary. Furthermore, the limbs of the creature are even more degenerate than before, and as such Servine are not used to travelling traveling quickly. They do, however, have incredible reflexes, and, using their elongated neck and spine, can strike blows extremely fast. Servine are unique in the fact that both they and Serpiror posess possess hinged jaws, meaning that if nessecary necessary they can swallow preywhole.prey whole.This does mean that they will be unable tomove to move for many weeks as their prey is slowly digested, so competitive battlers may want to stick to using League-approved Pokémon food instead.

When Servine evolve and reach sexual maturity as Serperior, they lose their legs entirely, becoming more serpentine in nature- a classic case of phylogeny recapping evolution. Serperior, while lightning-fast if required, prefer to remain sedentary in the wild, waiting for their prey to come to them. Serperior also posess possess great strength, and will most frequently subdue opponents (whether prey or challengers) by exerting a bone-crushing squeeze while at the same time draining the foe’s life enrgy energy with moves like Mega Drain. All three members of the line, like most Grass types, spend much of their day basking in the sun to fuel their symbiotes and boost the power of their Grass-type moves.



Serperior reproduce like many other reptilian Pokémon. Females become fertile in springtime, and after that coupling will take place between any two compatiable individuals in the same area. In captivity, Serperior can, with assisted reproduction technologies, breed with Pokémon in the same egg group. Eggs are laid in excavated burrows or in other secure spots, at which point they are abandoned.

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Serperior reproduce like many other reptilian Pokémon. Females become fertile in springtime, and after that coupling will take place between any two compatiable compatible individuals in the same area. In captivity, Serperior can, with assisted reproduction technologies, breed with Pokémon in the same egg group. Eggs are laid in excavated burrows or in other secure spots, at which point they are abandoned.
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