History FanonPokedex / Vulpix

17th Jan '16 8:40:42 PM TauCeti
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Unlike most Fire Pokemon, which have a fire somewhere on the outside of their bodies, the Vulpix line keeps its fire completely internalized. This internal fire is actually their method of metabolizing food; ingested food is burned, and the resulting heat energy is used for sustenance. Due to this internalized system, the Vulpix line are some of the only Fire Pokemon capable of swimming in the water, should the need arise. However, this is still very taxing on them, as it drains their body heat. For this same reason, they are as [[KillItWithWater vulnerable to Water-type attacks]] as any other Fire-type Pokemon. During very hot weather, Vulpix and Ninetales will often let puffs of flame out of their mouths to help maintain their internal body temperature. This system of metabolizing heat also makes them essentially immune to fire attacks; [[FeedItWithFire they will actually get more powerful if hit by them]].

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Unlike most Fire Pokemon, which have a fire somewhere on the outside of their bodies, the Vulpix line keeps its fire completely internalized. This internal fire is actually their method of metabolizing food; ingested food is burned, and the resulting heat energy is used for sustenance. Due to this internalized system, the Vulpix line are some of the only Fire Pokemon capable of swimming in the water, should the need arise. However, this is still very taxing on them, as it drains their body heat. For this same reason, they are as [[KillItWithWater vulnerable to Water-type attacks]] as any other Fire-type Pokemon. During very hot weather, Vulpix and Ninetales will often let puffs of flame out of their mouths to help maintain their internal body temperature. This system of metabolizing heat also makes them essentially immune to fire attacks; [[FeedItWithFire they will actually get more powerful if hit by them]].
them]]. Said system is referred to by trainers as 'Flash Fire'.
25th Oct '12 4:29:45 PM Blissey1
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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. So far, the longest known Ninetales curse lasted only 86 years, although there is a rumor of an ongoing curse that has been in place for nearly 104 years. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.

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Legends say that a Ninetales can live for 1000 years and will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years just as long on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it one would have to live for 1000 years to be cursed that long, a lifespan possessed by very unusual for most species few pokemon and no humans, and since the oldest recorded Ninetales only reached the age of 122, it's safe to even ''live'' say that long. this legend is greatly exaggerated. So far, the longest known confirmed Ninetales curse "curse", which was later shown to have simply been an incredibly extended revenge plot by a particularly vindictive Ninetales, lasted only 86 years, although there is a rumor years. There are also rumors of an ongoing curse that has been in place for nearly 104 years.years, though this has yet to be verified. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.
24th Aug '12 3:02:19 PM spiritsunami
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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. So far, the longest known Ninetales curse lasted only 86 years, although there is a rumor of an ongoing curse that has been in place for nearly 103 years. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.

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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. So far, the longest known Ninetales curse lasted only 86 years, although there is a rumor of an ongoing curse that has been in place for nearly 103 104 years. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.
28th Oct '11 9:23:06 PM rmctagg09
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28th Jun '11 4:55:36 PM rmctagg09
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! Vulpix Line
24th Jun '11 11:17:37 AM Jagzariamut
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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.

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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. So far, the longest known Ninetales curse lasted only 86 years, although there is a rumor of an ongoing curse that has been in place for nearly 103 years. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.
30th Mar '11 6:04:09 PM Blissey1
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!! Courting

Since the ratio of females to males is about 3:1 in Vulpix and Ninetales, it is the females that must court the males. Once a year, towards the end of winter, females will catch some fresh food and present it to the male they wish to mate with. If there are multiple females after the same male, there may be some fighting between them. After the Vulpix kits are born, the female and male will stay with them for about a month, the female watching over them and the male providing food. After that time, the Vulpix kits will be old enough to fend for themselves and all involved will go their separate ways.

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!! Courting

Courting and Child Rearing

Since the ratio of females to males is about 3:1 in Vulpix and Ninetales, it is the females that must court the males. Once a year, towards the end of winter, females will catch some fresh food and present it to the male they wish to mate with. If there are multiple females after the same male, there may be some fighting between them. After the Vulpix kits are born, the female and male will stay with them for about a month, 7 months, the female watching over them and the male providing food.food. Vulpix kits are born with only one tail, which slowly splits into five tails over the course of the first 4 months. After that time, the Vulpix kits will be old enough to fend for themselves and all involved will go their separate ways.
28th Mar '11 9:58:19 AM Blissey1
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29th Jan '11 6:53:59 PM Blissey1
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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would have normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.

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Legends say that a Ninetales will inflict a curse lasting for 1,000 years on any individual foolish enough to yank on one of its tails. As with most legends, this is probably exaggerated, as it would be very unusual for most species to even ''live'' that long. Furthermore, only Ghost-type Pokemon have ever been documented to have the ability to bestow curses upon other entities. However, Ninetales have been documented to display supernatural powers, some of which are similar to the abilities of a Ghost-type, so it may not be too [[strike:[[IncrediblyLamePun Farfetch'd]]]] farfetched to assume that a Ninetales could somehow make spiritual arrangements to ensure that some sort of misfortune would befall its assailant. A more likely explanation is that the "cursed" individual is simply the victim of a long term revenge plot by the Ninetales. Even more likely is that the person, believing they should be cursed, begin attributing everything bad that happens to them to the "curse" when they would have normally have attributed such things to mere chance otherwise.
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