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Morphs [Oak Catalog #]
- Mankey 
- Primeape 
Notable Biology~Gonna do this~
HabitatGrassland ~Gonna expand this~
Diet~Gonna do this~
HazardsBlah Blah, Mankey and Primape are Berserk Button incarnate. ~Gonna expand this~
Courting and ChildrearingThey like it rough and are tough parents. ~Gonna expand this~
Social Structure~Gonna do this~
Morphs [Oak Catalog #]
- Munna [#517]
- Musharna [#518]
Physical DescriptionMunna is a small, round Pokemon with a prehensile snout and four stubby legs. The coat of a Munna is short, velvety, and marked with a floral pattern. A Munna's coat is usually pink, with its "flowers" being varying shades of purple. However, yellow fur has been seen on some rare individuals, with their floral patterns in green. By the time a Munna evolves into a Musharna, it has grown to roughly one and a half times its original size, and the floral pattern has disappeared entirely. The head of a Musharna is pink; the lower bodies of most Musharna are purple, though pink and blue Musharna are occasionaly seen. Both morphs have a small pink orifice on their snouts. Commonly mistaken for a nostril, this is actually a filter through which the line expels digested dreams.
Notable BiologyMunna and Musharna eat mostly dreams. After the dreams are digested, the filter on their snout emits a foggy, ethereal substance called Dream Mist. The images that can be seen if one looks into the Dream Mist are the remains of recently-eaten dreams; often, these are just as bizarre and disjointed as the dreams themselves. The mist produced by a Musharna is bright pink. It is also thicker and heavier than a Munna's, and a Musharna will almost never be seen without a cloud of Dream Mist surrounding it. While this line can walk, its preferred method of getting around is by levitation. Juvenile Munna will usually walk, however, as their psychic abilities are not yet fully developed. Munna sometimes evolves into Musharna through prolonged exposure to a full moon. The full moons near the vernal and autumnal equinoxes yield the most evolutions. Trainers looking for a more reliable way to evolve their Munna can purchase a Moon Stone for this purpose. The Munna line is a very distant relative of Drowzee, a Pokemon commonly found throughout Johto and Kanto.
HabitatMunna and Musharna prefer to live in industrial ruins near human towns and cities across Unova. Abandoned buildings and the surrounding areas can house dozens of the creatures at once. The entire line is nocturnal; while humans and other Pokemon are sleeping, they move from their homes into the cities to feed.
DietMunna and Musharna eat dreams, and prefer this over other foods. For additional nutrition or in sparsely populated areas, they can also make do with leaves, fruits and berries.
HazardsUnlike its distant cousins Drowzee and Hypno, Munna and Musharna lack a reputation for mind control and snatching children. But because they still enter peoples' homes at night, they can be bothersome. If you work in the evenings or are otherwise nocturnal, you may see Munna as uninvited guests, come to eat the dreams of your Pokemon and family members. Both morphs are generally docile and will almost always choose flight over fight. If, however, they are directly attacked or cornered, they will not hesitate to attack you. They can cause unbearable pain by sending waves of psychic energy after you, use telekinesis to leave you helpless in midair, and give you or your loved ones nightmares. Munna and Musharna are also skilled in hypnosis, and can lull you to sleep against your wishes. Upon finding a Munna or Musharna in your home, DO NOT try to remove or attack it. It will become frightened and may attack. If these visits become frequent and seriously disrupt your nightly routine, remember to lock all doors and windows in the evening. If you live in a house with a fireplace, consider investing in a heavy screen to prevent Munna and Musharna entering through the chimney. If you are foolish enough to threaten a young Munna around its mother, the best defense is a strong Ghost or Dark type Pokemon. Trainers should also exercise caution when exploring abandoned areas and junkyards where Munna are known to live, since they perceive encroachments into their territory as a very real threat. If one sees you, it's best to keep your distance. Trainers' Notes: As mentioned earlier, Munna and Musharna are most dangerous when frightened. Avoid sudden movements and loud noises around your newly-captured companion, and always remember to be gentle and patient. Both members of the line become ill if they consume too many bad dreams. Persons suffering from recurring nightmares are best kept away.
Courting and ChildrearingMunna become sexually mature after two to three years, or upon evolving into Musharna—whichever comes first. Female members enter heat every twelve weeks. Upon finding a receptive female, two or more males may fight for the right to mate with her by showing off their psychic prowess. After the female picks the one she likes best or the others flee, the victor gets the spoils. The pair will first find a body of water, be it natural or artificial. Copulation can occur either wholly or partially submerged, but after the deed is done, the two part ways. Gestation lasts about one year, after which the mother will give birth to a single Munna or, more rarely, twins. As soon as the newborn Munna can move on its own, it accompanies its mother on her nightly excursions, where she teaches it how to hunt for dreams. After 18 months, the new Munna is ready to fend for itself.
Social StructureApart from a mother and her young, Munna and Musharna are both solitary creatures, seeking each others company only to mate. I really want to do a "In Human Society" bit describing its relevance to hippie culture, but I'm tired right now and out of ideas.
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