PKMN of the Week: Cubchoo

Cubchoo is an ursine Pokémon with a light blue head and neck. It has a slightly pointed head, with large round ears, shiny, dark, oval-shaped eyes, and a darker-blue muzzle. Cubchoo has a shiny dark nose, from which a considerable amount of light blue nasal mucus, the source of its attacks, droops. The lower part of its body is white, with rounded forepaws, digit-less feet with black paw-pads, and a small round tail.

A Cubchoo's nose is constantly running. It inhales the mucus and uses it in its attacks. If it is in bad health, the mucus becomes watery, which powers down its Ice-type techniques.


PKMN of the Week: Pichu

A day late, but hey, it's here.

Pichu is a small ground-dwelling rodent. Its fur is very short, and it is pale yellow in color. The tips of its large ears are black, and it has additional black markings on its neck and tail. Its tail is short, but still bears some resemblance to the large lightning-bolt structure it will develop later on in life. It has pouches in its cheeks, which are pinkish colored and used for storing electricity. Its nose is extremely small, almost like a dot.

Pichu, like its evolutions, is capable of producing electrical sparks from its cheeks, charging itself with electricity more easily on days with thunderclouds or when the air is very dry. However, since Pichu is only a baby, it cannot control them as well, and may release electricity unintentionally. Fortunately, it is not able to store large amounts of electricity in its body.

Pichu, and its evolution family, Pikachu and Raichu, are the only known Pokémon that can learn Volt Tackle.



PKMN of the Week: Wooper

Wooper is a Water/Ground Pokémon.
It evolves into Quagsire starting at level 20. 

Fun Fact: Although Wooper has no arms, it can still learn Ice Punch.

Wooper tend to be dull-witted Pokémon as implied in Trouble in Big Town. They tend to be oblivious to their surroundings. They also share this trait with their evolution Quagsire. Wooper lives in cold water most of the time, but it will on occasion leave the water to search for food when the temperature cools in the evening. While walking on land, it coats its body with a slimy, toxic film that keeps its skin from dehydrating and insulates itself against the cold. In the water, Wooper partially buries itself in the mud at the bottom to sleep.

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Bugs, Bugs, Bugs

Okay readers, slow down. Today we are talking all about the Pokémon nobody uses, the Bug Pokémon. Like stated in the confusing paragraph before, there are 48 Bug-Type Pokémon. Twelve of those are pure bug-type, including favorites like Caterpie and Pinsir. Most bug Pokémon are half-types usually mixed with Flying, such as Butterfree and Scyther, or Poison, such as Beedrill and Aridos. Let’s break down this article in some easy to eat sections.  

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