History FanonPokedex / Sudowoodo

23rd Jan '15 12:04:55 AM rmctagg09
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Completely reclusive in the wild, in captivity they will become soldier-like loyal to a Trainer if they are raised properly, treating their owner like a commander or at the least a strict parent.
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Completely reclusive in the wild, in captivity they will become soldier-like loyal to a Trainer if they are raised properly, treating their owner like a commander or at the least a strict parent.parent. ---- [-Written by Tropers/{{Kdtkdt}}.-]
22nd Nov '13 9:08:47 PM Savini24
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As with most Pokemon, Berries provide an easy and nutritious food for wild and tamed Sudowoodo alike. Dried berries are especially preferred, as anything too juicy makes them wary. Note that young Bonsly, however, need fine mash in order to properly digest. A common solution is to blend a very thick berry smoothie with vitamin enriched powders and spoon feed it to the baby. In the wild, however, they often must make due with what they can, leading to the young Pokemon having to risk choking on large berries or actually drowning in juicier varieties. It is hypothesized that this early age choking/drowning hazard is what causes their hydrophobia, as Bonsly raised in captivity are less frightened of water, and are merely as cautious as a Rock type should be around the liquid.
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As with most Pokemon, Berries provide an easy and nutritious food for wild and tamed Sudowoodo alike. Dried berries are especially preferred, as anything too juicy makes them wary. Note that young Bonsly, however, need fine mash in order to properly digest. A common solution is to blend a very thick berry smoothie with vitamin enriched powders and spoon feed it to the baby. In the wild, however, they often must make due with what they can, leading to the young Pokemon having to risk choking on large berries or actually drowning in juicier varieties. varieties It is hypothesized that this early age choking/drowning hazard is what causes their hydrophobia, aquaphobia, as Bonsly raised in captivity are less frightened of water, and are merely as cautious as a Rock type should be around the liquid.
19th Apr '11 2:01:38 PM Luigifan
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What makes the species unique among Pokemon is how hard they were to classify. Its appearance as a tree, coupled with its preference for forested areas and ability to use a wide variety of moves, lead many to believe it was a Grass type. It's only recently due to a close study of it's physiology that it has been labeled a pure Rock type. Bonsly is capable of learning the move Mimic, which is indeed necessary for proper evolution into Sudowoodo. This was the cause of much frustration for researchers, who would often only use one or two types and have them use generic moves such as Water Gun or Vine Whip, the later only exacerbating the myth of the family as Grass type as the Sudowoodo or Bonsly would merely mimic the move back in defense. Both species prefer camouflage and hiding to confrontation, using their plant-like forms to blend in with the flora of their home. Because of this instinct, they often find themselves in human gardens, hedge mazes, orchards and various other similar locations. This ends in disaster as the whole species suffers from acute hydrophobia beyond anything other Rock types, even more so than most Fire types as well. There are records of accidents where, not knowing a Bonsly had slipped into the berry garden for a treat, people began to water with hose or can and soon find themselves on their back with a bruise or in some rare cases cracked ribs from the rushed escape of the panicked Pokemon.
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What makes the species unique among Pokemon is how hard they were to classify. Its appearance as a tree, coupled with its preference for forested areas and ability to use a wide variety of moves, lead led many to believe it was a Grass type. It's only recently due to a close study of it's its physiology that it has been labeled a pure Rock type. Bonsly is capable of learning the move Mimic, which is indeed necessary for proper evolution into Sudowoodo. This was the cause of much frustration for researchers, who would often only use one or two types and have them use generic moves such as Water Gun or Vine Whip, the later latter only exacerbating the myth of the family as Grass type as the Sudowoodo or Bonsly would merely mimic the move back in defense. Both species prefer camouflage and hiding to confrontation, using their plant-like forms to blend in with the flora of their home. Because of this instinct, they often find themselves in human gardens, hedge mazes, orchards orchards, and various other similar locations. This ends in disaster disaster, as the whole species suffers from acute hydrophobia beyond anything other Rock types, types express; indeed, they are even more so hydrophobic than most Fire types as well. There are records of accidents where, not knowing a Bonsly had slipped into the berry garden for a treat, people began to water the garden with a hose or can and soon find found themselves on their back with a bruise or (or, in some rare cases cases, cracked ribs ribs) from the rushed escape of the panicked Pokemon.

However, these are all mere ideas and the true origin, as with the majority of Pokemon, is shrouded in the veils of time.
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However, these are all mere ideas ideas, and the true origin, as with the majority of Pokemon, is shrouded in the veils of time.

The Sudowoodo family are rather uncommon yet hardy, able to live comfortably in all the major regions should they be relocated from natural homes in the Johto and Sinnoh regions. Forests are prime living for both stages, Sudowoodo able to blend with the trees and Bonsly as shrubbery. Due to their popularity as cute pets and decent battlers, many people go to local breeders and declare "Bring me a Bonsly!" eventually culminating in a movie about King Arthur has an order of knights demand one be given to them in order to continue his quest.
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The Sudowoodo family are rather uncommon yet hardy, able to live comfortably in all the major regions should they be relocated from their natural homes in the Johto and Sinnoh regions. Forests are prime living for both stages, stages; Sudowoodo able to blend with the trees and Bonsly as shrubbery. Due to their popularity as cute pets and decent battlers, many people go to local breeders and declare "Bring me a Bonsly!" Bonsly!", eventually culminating in a movie about King Arthur has and an order of knights demand demanding one be given to them in order to continue his quest.

As with most Pokemon, Berries provide an easy and nutritious food for wild and tamed Sudowoodo alike. Dried berries are especially preferred, as anything too juicy makes them wary. Note that young Bonsly however, need fine mash in order to properly digest. A common solution is to blend a very thick berry smoothie with vitamin enriched powders and spoon feed it to the baby. In the wild however, they often must make due with what they can, leading to the young Pokemon to risk choking on large berries or actually drown in juicier varieties.
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As with most Pokemon, Berries provide an easy and nutritious food for wild and tamed Sudowoodo alike. Dried berries are especially preferred, as anything too juicy makes them wary. Note that young Bonsly Bonsly, however, need fine mash in order to properly digest. A common solution is to blend a very thick berry smoothie with vitamin enriched powders and spoon feed it to the baby. In the wild wild, however, they often must make due with what they can, leading to the young Pokemon having to risk choking on large berries or actually drown drowning in juicier varieties.

Mostly reclusive in the wild, it is rare to find more than a few Sudowoodo gathered in any given forest. Should they find members of the opposite sex, mating is done quickly and without any commitment, as the parents don't raise the child. The egg is laid descretely and coated in a very sticky sap-like secretion, then covered in dirt, leaves or gravel to disguise it. After that, the mother leaves, and the child hatches some time later. The Bonsly wanders and grows without a family, sometimes crying false tears to garner attention from some motherly figure to help feed it. Often this instead attracts a predator, though the Bonsly's rocky skin prevents most from doing more than scaring the baby.
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Mostly reclusive in the wild, it is rare to find more than a few Sudowoodo gathered in any given forest. Should they find members of the opposite sex, mating is done quickly and without any commitment, as the parents don't raise the child. The egg is laid descretely discretely and coated in a very sticky sap-like secretion, then covered in dirt, leaves or gravel to disguise it. After that, the mother leaves, and the child hatches some time later. The Bonsly wanders and grows without a family, sometimes crying false tears to garner attention from some motherly figure to help feed it. Often Often, this instead attracts a predator, though the Bonsly's rocky skin prevents most from doing more than scaring the baby.

Completely reclusive in the wild, in captivity they will become soldier-like loyal to a Trainer if they are raised properly, treating their owner like a commander or at the least strict parent.
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Completely reclusive in the wild, in captivity they will become soldier-like loyal to a Trainer if they are raised properly, treating their owner like a commander or at the least a strict parent.
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