History FanonPokedex / Zubat

23rd Jan '15 1:14:53 AM rmctagg09
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23rd Jan '15 1:14:36 AM rmctagg09
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Zubat are frequently caught due to their high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokémon. Crobat, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobat include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his daughter Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.

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Zubat are frequently caught due to their high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokémon. Crobat, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobat include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his daughter Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.Sinnoh.

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10th Sep '12 5:27:24 AM Brick3621
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Zubats look like ordinary bats, but have blue bodies and, more notably, no eyes or nose on their face; their legs are also thin and floppy, with no discernible feet. Golbats are essentially giant blue disk-shaped bats with large wings, a short pair of legs, small beady eyes, and a huge mouth that covers most of their body surface. They can also cover their bodies with their wings, almost as if they were wearing a cloak, and walk unsteadily along the ground. Crobats are purple spherical bats with larger eyes than Golbat; their mouth is somewhat big, but not as large in proportion to the rest of their bodies as Golbat's, and their tongue is small enough to fit comfortably inside. The most interesting thing about Crobat is that its legs have changed into a second set of wings; this means that Crobat has 4 wings, enabling it to fly at extremely high speeds. The two sets of wings can also be used alternately, with one set of wings flapping while the other rests, to allow the Crobat to fly long distances. However, the Crobat's legs are no longer suitable for use on the ground, and also have a difficult time latching onto walls; this makes it difficult for the Crobat to stop and rest.

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Zubats Zubat look like ordinary bats, but have blue bodies and, more notably, no eyes or nose on their face; their legs are also thin and floppy, with no discernible feet. Golbats Golbat are essentially giant blue disk-shaped bats with large wings, a short pair of legs, small beady eyes, and a huge mouth that covers most of their body surface. They can also cover their bodies with their wings, almost as if they were wearing a cloak, and walk unsteadily along the ground. Crobats Crobat are purple spherical bats with larger eyes than Golbat; their mouth is somewhat big, but not as large in proportion to the rest of their bodies as Golbat's, and their tongue is small enough to fit comfortably inside. The most interesting thing about Crobat is that its legs have changed into a second set of wings; this means that Crobat has 4 wings, enabling it to fly at extremely high speeds. The two sets of wings can also be used alternately, with one set of wings flapping while the other rests, to allow the Crobat to fly long distances. However, the Crobat's legs are no longer suitable for use on the ground, and also have a difficult time latching onto walls; this makes it difficult for the Crobat to stop and rest.



Zubats, Golbats, and Crobats reside in many caves in the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions. They are ''extremely'' common wherever they reside; it's [[GoddamnedBats much harder to avoid Zubats and their relatives than to find them]].

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Zubats, Golbats, Zubat and Crobats Golbat reside in many caves in the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions. They are ''extremely'' common wherever they reside; it's [[GoddamnedBats much harder to avoid Zubats and their relatives than to find them]].
them]]. Crobat are notably rarer; while the occasional wild specimen in Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh is not unheard of, there have been no recorded sightings of wild Crobat in Kanto, for reasons that remain unknown.



Zubats, Golbats, and Crobats all drink blood from other Pokemon and humans.

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Zubats, Golbats, Zubat, Golbat, and Crobats Crobat all drink blood from other Pokemon Pokémon and humans.
humans. Zubat will also hunt insects such as Venonat.



The primary hazard for the Zubat line is their large numbers; they reproduce quickly and tend to travel in swarms. swarms of Zubat can easily suck out all of the blood in any human in around ten minutes. It is recommended that trainers keep several Repels with them at all times to avoid this danger.

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The primary hazard for the Zubat line is their large numbers; they reproduce quickly and tend to travel in swarms. swarms Swarms of Zubat can easily suck out all of the blood in any human in around ten minutes. It is recommended that trainers keep several Repels with them at all times to avoid this danger.



Zubats and Golbats have very short lifespans (around a few weeks); in contrast, Crobats can stay alive for several years. However, few wild Golbats manage to evolve into Crobat, and this means that Zubats and Golbats must reproduce all the time.

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Zubats Outside of captivity, Zubat and Golbats Golbat have very short lifespans (around a few weeks); in contrast, Crobats Crobat can stay alive for several years. However, few wild Golbats Golbat manage to evolve into Crobat, and this means that Zubats Zubat and Golbats Golbat must reproduce all the time.



All members of the line tend to aggregate in large herds for protection. Zubats have a much stronger herding instinct than Golbat and Crobat, which are more solitary in comparison. Usually, Golbats will act as leaders for Zubat herds. Crobat leaders are more rare, but often lead Golbats.

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All members of the line tend to aggregate in large herds for protection. Zubats Zubat have a much stronger herding instinct than Golbat and Crobat, which are more solitary in comparison. Usually, Golbats Golbat will act as leaders for Zubat herds. Crobat leaders are more rare, but often lead Golbats.
Golbat.



Zubat and all members of its line are considered vermin in all regions they are found in. With the exception of Orre, due to its overall lack of life, Zubats and Golbats are always in season and may be freely hunted. In fact, some towns recommend hunting Zubats.

Zubats are frequently caught due to their high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokemon. Crobats, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his daughter Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.

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Zubat and all members of its line are considered vermin in all regions they are found in. With the exception of Orre, due to its overall lack of life, Zubats Zubat and Golbats Golbat are always in season and may be freely hunted. In fact, battled and captured, or even hunted, which some towns recommend hunting Zubats.

Zubats
actively recommend.

Zubat
are frequently caught due to their high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokemon. Crobats, Pokémon. Crobat, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats Crobat include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his daughter Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.
8th Sep '12 11:56:44 PM Hobgoblin
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Zubats are frequently caught due to their high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokemon. Crobats, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his niece Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.

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Zubats are frequently caught due to their high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokemon. Crobats, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his niece daughter Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.
26th Mar '11 8:09:08 PM Luigifan
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* Zubat [041]
* Golbat [042]
* Crobat [169]

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* Zubat [041]
[#041]
* Golbat [042]
[#042]
* Crobat [169]
[#169]



Zubats look like ordinary bats, but have no eyes or nose on their face. Golbats are bigger Zubats with eyes and legs. Crobats are purple and have 4 wings, but no legs.

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Zubats look like ordinary bats, but have blue bodies and, more notably, no eyes or nose on their face. face; their legs are also thin and floppy, with no discernible feet. Golbats are bigger Zubats essentially giant blue disk-shaped bats with eyes large wings, a short pair of legs, small beady eyes, and legs. a huge mouth that covers most of their body surface. They can also cover their bodies with their wings, almost as if they were wearing a cloak, and walk unsteadily along the ground. Crobats are purple spherical bats with larger eyes than Golbat; their mouth is somewhat big, but not as large in proportion to the rest of their bodies as Golbat's, and their tongue is small enough to fit comfortably inside. The most interesting thing about Crobat is that its legs have changed into a second set of wings; this means that Crobat has 4 wings, but enabling it to fly at extremely high speeds. The two sets of wings can also be used alternately, with one set of wings flapping while the other rests, to allow the Crobat to fly long distances. However, the Crobat's legs are no legs.
longer suitable for use on the ground, and also have a difficult time latching onto walls; this makes it difficult for the Crobat to stop and rest.



Zubats, Golbats, and Crobats reside in many caves in the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions.

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Zubats, Golbats, and Crobats reside in many caves in the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions.
regions. They are ''extremely'' common wherever they reside; it's [[GoddamnedBats much harder to avoid Zubats and their relatives than to find them]].



The primary hazard for the Zubat line is their reproductiveness; swarms of Zubat can easily suck out all of the blood in any human in around ten minutes. It is recommended that trainers keep several Repels with them at all times to avoid this danger.

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The primary hazard for the Zubat line is their reproductiveness; large numbers; they reproduce quickly and tend to travel in swarms. swarms of Zubat can easily suck out all of the blood in any human in around ten minutes. It is recommended that trainers keep several Repels with them at all times to avoid this danger.



Zubats and Golbats have very short lifespans (around a few weeks); they have to evolve into Crobats, which can live for a longer time (if kept healthy, several years). Due to Crobats' rarity, Zubats and Golbats must reproduce all the time.

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Zubats and Golbats have very short lifespans (around a few weeks); they have in contrast, Crobats can stay alive for several years. However, few wild Golbats manage to evolve into Crobats, which can live for a longer time (if kept healthy, several years). Due to Crobats' rarity, Crobat, and this means that Zubats and Golbats must reproduce all the time.



Usually, Golbats will act as leaders for Zubat herds. Crobat leaders are more rare, but often lead Golbats.

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All members of the line tend to aggregate in large herds for protection. Zubats have a much stronger herding instinct than Golbat and Crobat, which are more solitary in comparison. Usually, Golbats will act as leaders for Zubat herds. Crobat leaders are more rare, but often lead Golbats.



Due to their numerous nature, Zubats are rarely caught. If trainers want to use Zubats or Golbats in official battles, they must be defanged. Crobats, due to their rarity, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his niece Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.

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Due to their numerous nature, Zubats are rarely caught. If trainers want to use Zubats or Golbats in official battles, they must be defanged. Crobats, frequently caught due to their rarity, high numbers, but their fangs must be blunted before they are allowed to participate in official battles. Although the short lifespans of Zubat and Golbat can be problematic, it is relatively easy for a Golbat to evolve into a Crobat in captivity if it is treated with love and affection. Nonetheless, there is a strong stigma against the use of members of the Zubat line due to their status as pests, and thus they are mostly used by beginning trainers with few other Pokemon. Crobats, in particular, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his niece Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.
27th Feb '11 8:52:57 AM Torquey
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Zubats have no eyes or nose on their face. Golbats are bigger Zubats. Crobats are purple and have 4 wings. Their feet have shrunk.

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Zubats look like ordinary bats, but have no eyes or nose on their face. Golbats are bigger Zubats. Zubats with eyes and legs. Crobats are purple and have 4 wings. Their feet have shrunk.
wings, but no legs.



Zubats reside in many many caves in the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions.

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Zubats Zubats, Golbats, and Crobats reside in many many caves in the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh regions.



Zubats, Golbats, Crobats drink blood.

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Zubats, Golbats, and Crobats all drink blood.
blood from other Pokemon and humans.



Annoy all your Pokemon. Drink your blood.

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Annoy The primary hazard for the Zubat line is their reproductiveness; swarms of Zubat can easily suck out all your Pokemon. Drink your blood.
of the blood in any human in around ten minutes. It is recommended that trainers keep several Repels with them at all times to avoid this danger.



Zubats and Golbats don't live very long. They have to evolve into Crobat which has a longer lifespan. They must reproduce all the time.

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Zubats and Golbats don't live have very long. They short lifespans (around a few weeks); they have to evolve into Crobat Crobats, which has can live for a longer lifespan. They time (if kept healthy, several years). Due to Crobats' rarity, Zubats and Golbats must reproduce all the time.



Golbats lead Zubats.

!!Notes
Zubat and all members of its line are considered varmint in all regions they are found in (with the exception of Orre, due to it's overall lack of life) and as such, are always in season and may be freely hunted.

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Usually, Golbats will act as leaders for Zubat herds. Crobat leaders are more rare, but often lead Zubats.

!!Notes
Golbats.

!!Trainer's Notes
Zubat and all members of its line are considered varmint vermin in all regions they are found in (with in. With the exception of Orre, due to it's its overall lack of life) life, Zubats and as such, Golbats are always in season and may be freely hunted.hunted. In fact, some towns recommend hunting Zubats.

Due to their numerous nature, Zubats are rarely caught. If trainers want to use Zubats or Golbats in official battles, they must be defanged. Crobats, due to their rarity, are hardly seen in official battles; notable users of Crobats include Elite Four member Koga [[NoLastNameGiven ****]], his niece Janine of Fuschia City, and the leaders of various crime gangs across Kanto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh.
27th Feb '11 8:32:25 AM deuxhero
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Zubat and all members of its line are considered varmint in all regions they are found in (with the exception of Orre, due to it's overall lack of life) and as such, always in season.

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Zubat and all members of its line are considered varmint in all regions they are found in (with the exception of Orre, due to it's overall lack of life) and as such, are always in season.season and may be freely hunted.
27th Feb '11 8:31:36 AM deuxhero
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!!Notes
Zubat and all members of its line are considered varmint in all regions they are found in (with the exception of Orre, due to it's overall lack of life) and as such, always in season.
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