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The Pokédex - Extended Fanon Edition:

 7776 Waxing Name, Mon, 14th Apr '14 8:58:03 AM from The floor of the 54 Relationship Status: Armed with the Power of Love
Don't let it die
I launched Zangoose. It's still sparse though. If anyone is an expert on mongooses, please add to it.

edited 14th Apr '14 8:58:12 AM by WaxingName

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 7777 Waxing Name, Mon, 14th Apr '14 9:10:00 AM from The floor of the 54 Relationship Status: Armed with the Power of Love
Don't let it die
What do we do with Mega Evolution? I know we're going to have to add this to mons who have them (Ralts for example), but how should we go about that?
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Shadow
Meditite Article posted on wiki.
Beware the shadows, you don't know what might be lying in wait.
[up][up] I think people have been making the modifications to the existing entries for the Mega Evolutions. I guess for now it's listed under Notable Biology?
 
 7780 Icalasari, Thu, 17th Apr '14 11:18:07 AM from Alberta, Canada
Warble
Some friends of mine have described it as essentially using emotional energy from the bond, and once this is exhausted, the Mega form ends, so that could be used as a base for anybody wanting to explain what fuels the mega in their article?

Although with Pinsir, it just looks like it gets pissed and remembers it has wings XD

EDIT: Taxima: We seem to have mostly similar ideas except on diet (although that carving out the child is a stroke of brilliance I didn't consider at all). I'll get to typing it all out and leave the diet blank for now

edited 17th Apr '14 11:23:59 AM by Icalasari

I wonder what a strip tease from a creature made of souls would be like?
[up]Thanks for the compliment about the kids. I also had a behavior idea that I forgot to bring up, which you probably already thought of. The line always cares its scabard/shield around we already know, so I thought if a Honedge, Doublade, or Aegislash suddenly tossed it to their trainer before battle, that would be a good thing. Rather than looking at it as them burdening you, it'd be the ultimate sign of trust for the sword pokemon to entrust you with what is in all truths a part of them.

edited 18th Apr '14 5:56:40 AM by Taxima

 
 7782 Full Moon, Fri, 18th Apr '14 7:29:41 AM from Forest of Magic Relationship Status: Non-Canon
Seven-Colored Puppeteer
Aegislash kinda needs it's shield so it can use King's Shield though. I can see Honedge and Doublade doing that though.

edited 18th Apr '14 7:29:49 AM by FullMoon

Nothing is better than strength in numbers. Big things are a combination of small things!
 7783 Icalasari, Fri, 18th Apr '14 5:09:39 PM from Alberta, Canada
Warble
[up][up]Actually, the sheathe is why I changed the feeding habits to vampirism

Because why would a Pokemon burden themselves with a sheath if they just need to get their arm around something?

edited 21st Apr '14 9:26:03 PM by Icalasari

I wonder what a strip tease from a creature made of souls would be like?
Makes sense, makes sense. I guess I'll leave it in your hands for now, and add any imput when I see the rough draft.
 
Mind-Altering Substance
Suggested addition for the Scyther line: in the Kalos and Unova regions, all evolution lines are also referred to as "Praying" or "Devout"—the poses they take when stalking prey resembles that of Kalosian and Unovan worship practices.
 7786 Udthe Imp, Thu, 1st May '14 4:13:17 PM from Stamford, CT
Screw the Lion!
Sometimes I watch on Youtube this animal program called Dogs/Cats/Pets 101, which basically talks about how to raise certain breeds of dogs/cats or pets. I was thinking we could do some sort of spin-off Dex which does the same thing with species of Pokemon. Here's some examples.

edited 1st May '14 4:13:39 PM by UdtheImp

There are three constants in the universe: creation, destruction, and Fate. Guess which one am I? - Id the Imp
 7787 Umbramatic, Sat, 3rd May '14 10:12:37 AM from WAAPT or PEFE Relationship Status: We finish each other's sandwiches
Er... What was ah sayin' again?
[up] Could be interesting.
"I would totally Bullet Punch a fairy." - my cousin
 7788 Strawberryflavored, Sun, 4th May '14 9:42:55 AM from Virginia Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
 7789 ultimatepheer, Sun, 4th May '14 10:00:34 AM Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Perfect Poke Mon for a Cloud Cuckoo Lander like me.
So... do we delete it, or something?
 7790 rmctagg09, Sun, 4th May '14 10:07:32 AM from Brooklyn, NY Relationship Status: I won't say I'm in love
The Wanderer
I'm making a cutlist request right now.
Hugging a Vanilluxe will give you frostbite.

It's typed rmctagg09.
 7791 Shadow 6666, Wed, 7th May '14 4:02:58 PM from Australia
Shadow
Seems come November we'll have to update the Weather Trio's articles.
Beware the shadows, you don't know what might be lying in wait.
 7792 ultimatepheer, Wed, 7th May '14 4:05:49 PM Relationship Status: You cannot grasp the true form
Perfect Poke Mon for a Cloud Cuckoo Lander like me.
Indeed. Wonder what kind of changes will be needed?
 7793 Krika, Wed, 7th May '14 4:10:09 PM Relationship Status: Wishfully thinking
A New Forme, it would look like. Possibly a normal Forme, possibly Mega.

 7794 strawberryflavored, Wed, 7th May '14 5:31:21 PM from Virginia Relationship Status: Dancing with myself
nyoom~
Might also be a Xerneas-like forme change. Which is kinda pointless, but eh.

edited 7th May '14 5:31:37 PM by strawberryflavored

nyooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooom
 7795 bigbro 223, Sat, 17th May '14 12:50:23 PM from Somewhere in Limbo Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
The Masked Jack Black
I'd like to write about the Froakie Line (Froakie, Frogadier, Greninja) if that's okay. I'm pretty interested about them.
I wonder what's for dinner...
 7796 Full Moon, Sat, 17th May '14 1:01:01 PM from Forest of Magic Relationship Status: Non-Canon
Seven-Colored Puppeteer
[up] I had already called dibs on them... And I need to get to working in that article again.

I actually was halfway done when suddenly the file got deleted and I don't even know how >_>

edited 17th May '14 1:01:20 PM by FullMoon

Nothing is better than strength in numbers. Big things are a combination of small things!
 7797 bigbro 223, Sat, 17th May '14 1:34:58 PM from Somewhere in Limbo Relationship Status: YOU'RE TEARING ME APART LISA
The Masked Jack Black
[up]Oh, I didn't see them on the Dibs page. It may be a good idea to put your dibs on there (if you didn't already). In that case, can I write about Genesect?

edited 17th May '14 1:57:43 PM by bigbro223

I wonder what's for dinner...
T.testPL called dibs on Dragon Type.

~Tropers/{{T.testPL}}: when calling dibs, bring it up here in the thread.

...damn, the notification doesn't work with punctuated names.

edited 26th May '14 1:45:15 PM by Sixthhokage1

Hey everyone. Been a long time reader of tvtropes, and just recently stumbled across this project. I really like reading all of these entries and I find making real world biological analogies to Pokémon is a very cool concept. However, I called dibs a bit too early after making a new account, so I didn't have the ability to notify the thread immediately. My apologies for that.

Anyway, concerning the Dragon-type, I couldn't find any preceding explanation for their unique properties in any of the Dragon Pokémon lines, so I'll have to come up with my own. My personal interpretation is that it has two parts, a sort of material that is found on all Dragons' hides that form the defensive component, as well as a specialized organ capable of generating a kind of energy as the offensive component. The material could explain Dragon's many resistances, due to the hide's highly unreactive properties to most elements except extreme cold and certain types of energy. The offensive component of the typing is a bit more abstract, so a mysterious form of energy that can be expelled from a Pokémon's orifices or infused into their attacks makes sense. The presence of the organ can also explain how some non-Dragon-types are able to use Dragon move, as they likely have a less developed organ for this.

For the type's history, I speculate that Dragons were more common in prehistoric times, but being weak to themselves caused most of them to go extinct or lose their Dragon-type through natural selection. The ones that remain are both rare and extremely proficient predators, and most of these pseudo-legendary Dragons have features similar to dinosaurs.

My main worry is that explaining the Dragon-type's advantages and weaknesses would also necessitate some interpretation of the Fairy-type's properties, like how they might wreak havoc to a Dragon's skin or absorb the Dragon energy. My interpretation would also introduce some new concepts like Draconium hides or Draconian energy, like another Regicite or Umbrate all at once. Would all of you be OK with a newcomer like me shaking things up like that?
 
 7800 Umbramatic, Fri, 30th May '14 9:02:34 PM from WAAPT or PEFE Relationship Status: We finish each other's sandwiches
Er... What was ah sayin' again?
You might want to read the Dratini article since it has some info on the discovery and classification of Dragon-type.
"I would totally Bullet Punch a fairy." - my cousin
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