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A Sky You Could Fall Into Part 2 :iconwe-were-in-love:we-were-in-love 125 45 Princess Luna Custom Plush :iconnazegoreng:Nazegoreng 2,605 564 Interlude :iconwe-were-in-love:we-were-in-love 382 125
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With Fans Like These.... :iconwe-were-in-love:we-were-in-love 123 58
Ash, you have to fight the sadness!!! :iconwe-were-in-love:we-were-in-love 376 97 Pterodragon Adoptables :icontashcrow:tashcrow 17 3 Daydreams :iconwe-were-in-love:we-were-in-love 286 87
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TiPB: Pokemon Taxonomy
Topics in Pokemon Biology: Pokemon Taxonomy
Taxonomy is the science of determining the evolutionary relationships between different species. In the study of pokemon, this is a particularly difficult task, as even the term 'Pokemon' is not a scientific one. Rather, it is a category comprising many unrelated creatures, sharing only the trait of being able to be controlled and trained, and being over eight inches fully grown. 'Pokemon,' then, is a fluid concept, constantly being revised.
There are, however, biological classifications for pokemon. Some of these, both taxonomic and non-taxonomic, are covered below.
Spumids: Spumids are asymmetric, 'blob-like' invertebrates. They have no organs, and are instead made up of muscular cells, reproductive cells, digestive cells, and sensory cells. These cells may aggregate when needed, but generally are dispersed through the pokemon's body. Spumids have extraordinary regenerative capabilities, even able to reform when passed through
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Paralysis in Pokemon: An in-depth study
Paralysis is the term used when a Pokemon, for some reason, has limited mobility.
When a Pokemon is paralyzed, its muscles cramp constantly and most of the time, simply moving will generate pain to its victim. The Pokemon will still be able to move, but the cramps and contractions of
its muscles and/or locomotove system will make it harder to attack, dodge and move, reducing its speed greatly. Sometimes the pain will be so strong, the Pokemon won't even be able to move or attack.
So far, nobody has found a Pokemon that can't be affected by paralysis, nor one that has a natural cure for it. It is believed that if a Pokemon is affected by paralysis for a long time, there is a risk of it affecting the
Pokemon permanently, so it is recommended to heal the Pokemon as fast as possible.
Paralysis in battle can happen for many reasons.
The most common are paralysis by electric shock, paralysis by foreign substances and paralysis by trauma.
1. Electric Shock: Most of the known electric attacks
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APH: Me biting Me :iconxiaoyugaara:xiaoyugaara 836 149 APH - If you once knew :iconyuumeichan:Yuumeichan 91 18 APH: Red. Conflict. :iconxiaoyugaara:xiaoyugaara 1,645 245 APH: For you! :iconxiaoyugaara:xiaoyugaara 2,859 408 APH: Prussia vs Russia :iconxiaoyugaara:xiaoyugaara 1,477 215 APH: K.O.L. :iconxiaoyugaara:xiaoyugaara 968 126
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APH: Stay with Me :iconxiaoyugaara:xiaoyugaara 888 102

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Fantasybond Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch! :D
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Thanks for the Watch :)
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Thank you for the watch! :) (Smile) 
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Idlewings Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you for the watch :3 
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