The Pokédex - Extended Fanon Edition:
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- Charizard, here's a hunk of raw Miltank for you to barbecue!
- Pidgeotto, here's a live Wurmple.
- Porygon 2, here's a data drive containing some [DATA EXPUNGED].
- Sableye, here's... A clod of dirt.
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Also, I know that the recommendation comes from a bit close ☤ but it kind of baffles me that for all the good work we have been doing, we seem to be a bit more encased on TV Tropes than we should. I mean, even at full genericity, Googling us indicates me that not even The Vole Of Pits has linked to us yet. Granted, I wouldn't know if we actually want that... Still, I hope I'm not sounding eager but I think we are doing a good job and we should be exposing ourselves a bit more. Anyone with the magical hands to design a userbar, badge or something similar?
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Morphs [Oak Catalog #]
- Clamperl 
- Huntail 
- Gorebyss 
Notable BiologyAt a glance, the baby-faced pearl and clam-like shell that make up a Clamperl appear to be the same creature the same creature. However, they're actually two separate entities, with the "pearl" being a parasite living off the host body. When a Clamperl egg is lain in the host body, it resembles little more than a large, pink pearl covered in a thick, sticky substance. Upon Hatching, the newborn Clamperl will break the bottom of the outer egg shell and begin spreading out root-like veins throughout the host's body. The Clamperl then takes control the nervous system and takes over the host's body. Because the host brain(or equivalent of the brain) and sensory organs are left unaltered, the host is aware of the entire process. After taking control, the Clamperl dedicates the rest of its time in this stage gathering nutrients, often at the expense of the host. Clamperl with only move on to their adult stage once they've come in contact with a Deep Sea Tooth or Deep Sea Scale, a method of evolution that baffles biologists to this day. Huntail hunt by hiding in coral reef, only showing there fish shaped tails. There, they can wait for hours at a time until an unsuspecting victim tries to eat the bait, and becomes the Huntail's next meal. Huntail have been shown to be incredibly aggressive, and even sadistic with little to no warning. The will often toy with doomed prey and attack non-threatening or entities entirely on a whim, leave the corpse to float away. Huntail swallow there prey whole, and can even expand their jaws for larger prey, their teeth are purely for self defense. Gorebyss are slightly larger than their counterparts, but have a similar hunting strategy. They will also hide in reef until prey swims past, at which point they will lunge out with pinpoint precision and stab the unsuspecting meal with its long, pointed proboscis, where a Gorebyss will inject its prey with a corrosive acid that liquifies if innards, allowing the Gorebyss to drink the remain. The body of a Gorebyss is incredibly narrow and its movement has been described as "hypnotic".
HabitatClamperls are found everywhere that one could find a giant clam, Shellder, etc. However, they are often found in areas with high populations of Huntail and Gorebyss, which are found in temperate saltwater seas worldwide.
DietClamperls live off the nutrients in a host's body, and never have to go out of their way to find a meal. Huntail are entirely carnivorous, preferring to eat small fish and crustaceans, However, they have been seen eating drifting bodies of Azurill, Spheal, and even human. If a Huntail smell blood, they will instinctively search out its source, hoping for an easy meal. Gorebyss are carnivorous, but in times of famine will eat algae and seaweed growing between rocks.
HazardsClamperl are, for all intents and purposes, harmless, and are extremely apathetic towards humans. Huntail, as stated before, are extremely aggressive and will attack a human without warning. A Huntails bite is strong enough to tear a grown man's hand off, and the blood from the wound will continue to attract more Huntail. Gorebyss are considerably less dangerous, but by no stretch of the word harmless. They have never been seen eating human, but when the fell threatened will attack with their lethal acidic injection.
Courting and ChildrearingDuring spawning season (mid-spring to early-summer), male Huntail and Gorebyss will release a pheromone that will be carried through the water until it reaches a female. No courting is involved and females will instinctively go for the nearest male. After conception the female will lay 2-3 eggs in host bodies, and them leave their offspring to their own devices.
Social StructureNone of the three morphs have any kind of social structure to speak of, and infighting between Huntail for hunting space is common.
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