History FanonPokedex / Spiritomb

23rd Jan '15 12:41:02 AM rmctagg09
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Unlike most Pokémon, Spiritomb in general seem actively malevolent, and will attack those who summon them for little or no reason. Defeating one is no easy task, for it is one of precisely three species of Pokémon to have no weaknesses whatsoever; furthermore, like most so-called “Ghost” Pokémon it can render itself intangible at will, making it difficult if not impossible for physical attacks to damage it, and the constant activity of its one-hundred and eight minds generates a potent field of mental static which renders it immune to psionic attacks. Fortunately, Pokemon with an impressive degree of forsight or the ability to track creatures by scent will be able to predict when Spiritomb will become tangible, and take advantage of this fact to exploit its weakness to Aura and other fighting-type abilities.

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Unlike most Pokémon, Spiritomb in general seem actively malevolent, and will attack those who summon them for little or no reason. Defeating one is no easy task, for it is one of precisely three species of Pokémon only has a weakness to have no weaknesses whatsoever; the Fairy type; furthermore, like most so-called “Ghost” Pokémon it can render itself intangible at will, making it difficult if not impossible for physical attacks to damage it, and the constant activity of its one-hundred and eight minds generates a potent field of mental static which renders it immune to psionic attacks. Fortunately, Pokemon with an impressive degree of forsight or the ability to track creatures by scent will be able to predict when Spiritomb will become tangible, and take advantage of this fact to exploit its weakness to Aura and other fighting-type abilities.
7th Jul '13 10:14:49 AM KingGhost
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7th Jul '13 10:13:54 AM KingGhost
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In their inert forms, Spiritomb can occasionally be found throughout Sinnoh; active ones in the wild have also been observed within deep caverns by miners.

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In their inert forms, Spiritomb can occasionally be found throughout Sinnoh; active ones in the wild have also been observed within deep caverns by miners.
miners. Their keystones can also be found hidden in forests and small towns, such as Twinleaf Town. Some keystones have also turned up in Unova, usually sold in the antique shops of Join Avenue.



While Spiritomb has been observed eating berries like some other species of Pokémon, it is perfectly capable of surviving without sustenance.

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While Spiritomb has been observed eating berries like some other species of Pokémon, it is perfectly capable of surviving without sustenance.
sustenance. It is possible that they can also eat souls of others to add to their mass.



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While it would seem impossible to do, Spiritomb are able to reproduce. Spiritomb reproduce by using their dark powers to create the odd Keystones they inhabit. Once they find a suitable mate, the two combine their powers and draw souls into the keystone. After this unusual ceremony takes place Spiritomb hide the Keystone, either underground or around small towns. Why exactly two of opposite gender need to be present, and why they hide the keystone and they leave their offspring alone is unknown at this point.


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Some can be brought out of this unsocial state by trainers who catch them and survive their offers of power, changing their attitude greatly at times.

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There are females and males, most likely depending on the amount of female and male souls the spiritomb has amoung its 108.
24th Apr '12 11:29:39 AM rmctagg09
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Spiritomb (scientific name ''lemures maledicus'') is an unusual Ghost-type Pokémon that resembles a simple, tapered cylinder of rock, known as the Keystone; two small, circular impressions and a large crack form a face set in a perpetual frown. From this stone projects a swirling vortex of unidentified purple plasma. It is at the heart of this vortex that the creature’s face is located, a green mass made up of two eyes with spiral-shaped pupils and a fanged mouth, all of which are interconnected; similarly green orbs of various sizes and luminance orbit the face near the perimeter of the vortex.

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Spiritomb (scientific name ''lemures ''Lemures maledicus'') is an unusual Ghost-type Pokémon that resembles a simple, tapered cylinder of rock, known as the Keystone; two small, circular impressions and a large crack form a face set in a perpetual frown. From this stone projects a swirling vortex of unidentified purple plasma. It is at the heart of this vortex that the creature’s face is located, a green mass made up of two eyes with spiral-shaped pupils and a fanged mouth, all of which are interconnected; similarly green orbs of various sizes and luminance orbit the face near the perimeter of the vortex.
21st Nov '11 1:52:04 PM Luigifan
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A popular urban legend states that Spiritomb will call out to their Trainers in their sleep, filling their dreams with promises of wealth and power if they release the Pokémon from their ownership. The Trainer will then awaken to find the Pokéball containing Spiritomb lying on their chest; if they resist this temptation and put the Pokéball away, the Spiritomb and serve them faithfully and never offer such power again, but if they set Spiritomb free, the Pokémon will then steal their soul and absorb it into itself, leaving the Trainer’s body a mindless husk that will eventually die from starvation or exposure. While this rumour has never actually been confirmed, enough trainers of Spiritomb disappear under unexplained circumstances every year to lend credence to this theory. [Trainer's note: if your Spiritomb begins to whisper to you in your dreams, give its Pokeball a sound whack with a rock; this will calm it down rapidly].

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A popular urban legend states that Spiritomb will call out to their Trainers in their sleep, filling their dreams with promises of wealth and power if they release the Pokémon from their ownership. The Trainer will then awaken to find the Pokéball containing Spiritomb lying on their chest; if they resist this temptation and put the Pokéball away, the Spiritomb and will serve them faithfully and never offer such power again, but if they set Spiritomb free, the Pokémon will then steal their soul and absorb it into itself, leaving the Trainer’s body a mindless husk that will eventually die from starvation or exposure. While this rumour has never actually been confirmed, enough trainers of Spiritomb disappear under unexplained circumstances every year to lend credence to this theory. [Trainer's note: if your Spiritomb begins to whisper to you in your dreams, give its Pokeball a sound whack with a rock; this will calm it down rapidly].
28th Oct '11 8:57:47 PM rmctagg09
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TODO: physical descriptions
28th Oct '11 8:57:29 PM rmctagg09
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28th Oct '11 8:57:15 PM rmctagg09
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! Spiritomb Line

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Spiritomb



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26th May '11 8:30:13 PM rmctagg09
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[++Spiritomb Line++]

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! Spiritomb Line



* Spiritomb [#442]

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* Spiritomb [#442]
12th Mar '11 7:17:03 PM PataHikari
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Unlike most Pokémon, Spiritomb in general seem actively malevolent, and will attack those who summon them for little or no reason. Defeating one is no easy task, for it is one of precisely two species of Pokémon to have no weaknesses whatsoever; furthermore, like most so-called “Ghost” Pokémon it can render itself intangible at will, making it difficult if not impossible for physical attacks to damage it, and the constant activity of its one-hundred and eight minds generates a potent field of mental static which renders it immune to psionic attacks. Fortunately, Pokemon with an impressive degree of forsight or the ability to track creatures by scent will be able to predict when Spiritomb will become tangible, and take advantage of this fact to exploit its weakness to Aura and other fighting-type abilities.

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Unlike most Pokémon, Spiritomb in general seem actively malevolent, and will attack those who summon them for little or no reason. Defeating one is no easy task, for it is one of precisely two three species of Pokémon to have no weaknesses whatsoever; furthermore, like most so-called “Ghost” Pokémon it can render itself intangible at will, making it difficult if not impossible for physical attacks to damage it, and the constant activity of its one-hundred and eight minds generates a potent field of mental static which renders it immune to psionic attacks. Fortunately, Pokemon with an impressive degree of forsight or the ability to track creatures by scent will be able to predict when Spiritomb will become tangible, and take advantage of this fact to exploit its weakness to Aura and other fighting-type abilities.
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