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Volcanion (the Steam Pokemon) is a legendary Fire/Water-type Pokemon found in the high mountains of the Kalos region.  Defying the laws of nature itself in both life and abilities, Volcanion are powerful beasts that can more than bring the powers of fire and water to a crashing crescendo in any fight.  They might not be the fastest beasts on four legs, but you would be better off leaving them alone, lest you end up with a scalding stream of water being blasted full force into your face!

Volcanion are walking biological contradictions and are duly noted as the only Pokemon that can possess the natural attributes of both the Fire and Water-types as a result of their extremely bizarre and complex anatomy.  From what can be told from the few encounters that have been made with these animals, it seems that they are most likely mammals with a thick armored hide that protects well against physical attacks, which is a good thing because the inside of them could almost be considered a living pressure cooker.  As strange as it might seem, it appears that the muscle system of Volcanion is powered not by electrical impulses but steam that is pumped through its body at incredible velocities to allow it to move its enormous bulk with relative ease.  Volcanion possess an advanced thermoregulatory system and are able to regulate their body temperature by constantly venting steam from their bodies, creating a safe system that enables full locomotion without cooking their insides in the process.  Near the top of their back is a large organ that functions as a heat conductor, breaking down nutrients gathered from water, plant and meat material and using them to fuel intense metabolic reactions that superheat water stored in the large hump on the beast’s back, creating nearly infinite amounts of steam in the process.  How the water is absorbed is still the question of some debate, but it is theorized that is it probably a combination of nutrient-rich spring water and water taken straight from the atmosphere through small pores in its hide.  In battle, these beasts are able to use their rugged bodies to deal considerable damage in close quarters, but in general, Volcanion prefer to use their natural powers to attack from afar and can do so as a result of a third pair of limbs on their back that act as a set of hands for the beasts.  While they are normally cupped together to help contain pressurized steam, when Volcanion need to use a Fire or Water-type attack, they can detach them and spray the attack at high velocity through these limbs, making them akin to high-pressure water pumps.  The speed at which these attacks leave the arms, however, is much faster than what is measured in any other Pokemon of their type, so much in fact that it enables them to utilize the Scald attack with such ferocity that it changes into a new move altogether, the Steam Eruption attack, which shares all of the same basic properties but is as powerful as the Hydro Pump attack and in turn a devastating weapon in battle.  This, in combination with their relatively high stats, make Volcanion a devastating force on the battlefield and not something you want to anger in the slightest.

Possibly because of their strange anatomy, it seems that Volcanion are loners and prefer to remain outside of human contact if at all possible.  This may be because Volcanion have been known to occasionally release so much steam at once to regulate their body temperature that they turn into a walking cannon, creating water-based explosions of energy so intense that they can level an entire mountain in a single blow.  Interestingly enough, some locals in the Kalos region treat Volcanion as a religious symbol because of this, as the flat, rugged terrain that the Kalos Power Plant and these locals live on was created when a mountain was leveled by a Volcanion’s super-powered Steam Eruption attack, granting these people a place to live.  Nonetheless, because of this terrible power, Volcanion prefer to remain hidden and can do so by releasing large plumes of steam for long periods of time to create a vast fog that literally follows them everywhere they go.  If they are spotted by a human, these beasts will spew out even thicker clouds of steam to shroud them further and walk away under the thick shroud, never to be seen again by the same traveler.  Thankfully, Volcanion are otherwise benign creatures and do not wish harm on others, but if they feel that they or their home is being threatened, these monsters will be more than happy to destroy their opponent and ensure that they can continue living out their biologically-improbable lives in peace.

While they might be almost impossible to find in the wild and more of a myth to some than real, Volcanion are devastating beasts that can more than destroy opponents that are unable to counter their unique type combination and incredible powers in battle.  With a thick hide perfect for physical fights and a devastating steam-powered anatomy unlike any other in the world, it goes without saying that Volcanion are terrific brutes and are more than worth fearing regardless of the Pokemon on your side.  If you ever find yourself lucky enough to spot one of these beasts, do yourself a favor and try not to get too close; you might feel like taking a photo just to show how cool you are to your friends, but it is unlikely that they will find it funny when you have to go to the hospital for serious burns after getting cooked like a hardboiled egg for trespassing!

Professor Wormwood
Hoopa (the Mischief Pokemon) is a legendary Psychic/Ghost-type Pokemon occasionally spotted within the Kalos region, though the location of its true home is unknown.  Mischievous to the extreme and tricky beyond their sheer appearances, Hoopa are powerful little beasts that can more than make life difficult for those unable to outsmart them and their incredible teleportation abilities.  These little fiends might not look that dangerous, but don’t let your eyes deceive you; they may be small, but when it comes to getting the drop on the opposition, there are few other monsters that can play the disappearing game quite as well as these monsters, if you can even catch them to begin with!

To say the least, Hoopa are mysterious creatures whose true physical makeup is still the subject of some debate, as it does appear to even exist.  X-ray analyses of these creatures have revealed literally absolutely nothing; when an image is taken, not even an outline shows up, as if the creature never even existed to begin with.  From what can be told, this would mean that the creature is in a constant flux of existence and non-existence, or perhaps even another state of being unlike anything that the human race is capable of understanding or studying; without further data, it is impossible to say for certain.  It is hypothesized, however, that Hoopa are in fact a special, sentient form of psychic energy that has a true mind and consciousness but no biological connection to this world, granting it the unique type properties of both the Psychic and Ghost-types, a combination that is wholly unique in the Pokemon world.  This is not the only surprise, however, as it seems that this state of being allows Hoopa to do something that few other Pokemon can actually do: create wormholes.  They can do so by focusing large amounts of psychic and spiritual energy in the rings that adorn their body, and once they create a wormhole, they merely have to push an object through the ring to teleport it to a location of the creature’s choosing.  It has even been observed that these rings can be made to grow in size to the point of being able to encompass entire islands, absorbing and teleporting them in an instant when at full power.  This incredible ability seemingly defies the laws of physics, and it is unknown how Hoopa are actually able to achieve this without destroying the objects, as wormholes are generally quite unstable; all that can be said is that the beasts have mastered this ability so well that they can even teleport themselves, which they can use to their advantage to attack opponents directly from behind without them knowing about it; this signature attack, the Hyperspace Hole attack, is not quite as powerful as moves like Psychic but has the added benefit of being able to break through barriers like Protect and Detect quite easily.  The only real limitation that these creatures have to the power is that they can only teleport one item at a time through a portal, indicating that the laws of physics may not be totally broken by these creatures’ powers.

This unique power, unfortunately, is generally used not for good but for the sheer sake of mischief, as Hoopa by nature love to steal things and play pranks on others.  It is said that Hoopa are attracted to valuable objects and will steal priceless items, no matter what they may be, and teleport them back to its lair, which is located somewhere far, far away from the Kalos region in the middle of the desert in Eurasia, though this is only what legend tells; in truth, no one has ever been able to locate the lair of a Hoopa.  Nonetheless, it can be speculated that these lairs are likely filled to the brim from treasures taken from kings all the way down to peasants from across the world, being hoarded as if they will play a vital role of importance in the near future.  It is even said that this ability has been used to scare some criminal organizations into disbanding by slowly taking all of their supplies, but this only seems to be the case when Hoopa feels that it or its treasure is in danger of being attacked or taken away.  In addition, it is said that Hoopa are extremely good at pulling pranks and will do just about anything to get a laugh, even if it means dropping things on people or simply appearing out of nowhere and scaring the heck out of them.  Despite this mischievous side, however, it can at least be said that Hoopa are not violent creatures; in truth, while they might enjoy taking things and pulling pranks, they will never intentionally try to hurt someone unless they feel that their life is actually being threatened.  As such, Hoopa can be difficult to control most of the time but it is possible to make friends with them, though their extreme rarity might otherwise make such a partnership very difficult to form.

While they might seem like more of a handful than they are worth and too mischievous to control, Hoopa are powerful beasts that can more than put up a fight against anyone that dares to stand in their way.  With the highest base Special Attack stat out of all Ghost-type Pokemon (tied with Aegislash in Blade Forme) and a nasty habit of literally popping up where they are least expected, Hoopa are incredible beings that push the boundaries of what can be considered real and not real and in turn challenge everything that we thought we knew about the universe around us.  Do yourself a favor and try to be nice if you ever mange to encounter one of these strange beats; they can be made an easy friend if you keep them happy, but if you try to make them angry, you had better be prepared to lose everything that you have ever owned, one piece at a time!

Professor Wormwood
Hoopa Report
A report on the Mischief Pokemon, Hoopa.  Enjoy.
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Move Name: Steam Eruption
Battle Classification: Special Attack
Type: Water
Total number of affected targets: 1
Range: 1 adjacent target other than user
Direct contact needed to initiate attack: No
Base Power: 110
Accuracy Rate: 95%
PP: 5 (maximum 8)

While it might not be common enough to be of much concern to some, the Steam Eruption attack is a devastating attack that can both deal powerful Water-type damage and make the opposition wonder why they suddenly have scarred flesh.  Considered to be the signature attack of Volcanion, the Steam Eruption attack involves the user blasting an enormous, high-pressure stream of scalding water at an opponent, immersing them in boiling water and dealing incredible damage in the process.  It might not be a move that most trainers will ever have to worry about preparing for, but there is no denying that this attack will utterly destroy anything that dares to get in its way or otherwise underestimate the true power of a Volcanion in battle.

The Steam Eruption attack is a unique variation of the Scald attack that takes its basic properties and intensifies them greatly by rapidly increasing the velocity of the boiling water as it comes out of the user’s body.  While the traditional Scald attack is powerful on its own and capable of seriously messing with the opposition, Volcanion are able to pump this scalding water out of their body so quickly that it comes out as a high-pressure spray instead of just a simple burst, adding incredible force to the attack and increasing the overall damage it is capable of inflicting to nearly twice its normal value, effectively making it just as powerful as the otherwise less-accurate Hydro Pump attack.  Aside from being an exceptionally powerful attack, because of the exceptional temperatures involved in its execution, the boiling water has the capacity to work much like fire does and can not only thaw the user out if it is Frozen but additionally has a 30% chance of inflicting a Burn every time it hits.  This alone can make the attack a devastating weapon to use in any battle (especially since it is also affected by items such as King's Rocks), but the fact that its use often generates a thick cloud of steam can prove to be a tactical advantage as well, especially with Pokémon that have enhanced eyesight that can see through the steam.  The fact that only Volcanion can use this move testifies to their incredible strength, and while its impact might be lessened as a result of its rarity, the Steam Eruption attack is nonetheless one that can easily destroy the competition and leave them with a nasty Burn if they somehow manage to survive the attack, in turn potentially ending their time in battle if they can’t take any more pain afterwards.

Countering Steam Eruption: While the Steam Eruption attack utilizes immensely high temperature in its execution and additional heat could potentially vaporize the attack rather easily and negate its effectiveness, the sheer velocity the attack is delivered at more or less makes it difficult for anything other than highly-agile Pokemon to dodge.  Metallic armor is also unlikely to provide much in the way of protection and rocky armor is likely to be susceptible to extra damage in practice.  The Steam Eruption attack might not be something that most trainers will have to worry about seeing in battle anytime soon, but if stuck against a Volcanion in battle, only strong defenses and a bit of quick foot-work will be able to potentially counter the damaging power of this move, and even then the nasty Burn it can leave may be too much for a Pokemon to handle if they do not have an immunity to the condition or have almost no energy left in them to fight on.

Professor Wormwood
Move Name: Hyperspace Hole
Battle Classification: Special Attack
Type: Psychic
Total number of affected targets: 1
Range: 1 adjacent target other than user
Direct contact needed to initiate attack: No
Base Power: 80
Accuracy Rate: 100%
PP: 5 (maximum 8)

While it certainly might not be a move that most trainers will ever get to see used in battle, the Hyperspace Hole attack is a wicked little move that can easily get the drop on the opposition without them ever being able to prepare for it.  Considered to be the signature attack of Hoopa, the Hyperspace Hole attack involves the user generating a wormhole through body rings and then teleporting directly behind the enemy, delivering a concentrated burst of psychic energy in the process.  This move may not be quite as powerful as other Psychic-type attacks, but for its sheer ingenuity, this attack is one worth fearing and can easily break through the barriers of the opposition as if they never existed to begin with.

Because they are able to generate wormholes at will, Hoopa have come to use their special powers to get the drop on opponents in and out of battle in order to turn the tide in their favor or at least escape from a battle unscathed.  In the case of the Hyperspace Hole attack, Hoopa charge their bodies with psychic energy before generating a wormhole and forcing themselves through it; choosing their opponent as the target, these creatures instantly teleport themselves behind their target and release their charged energy in a single burst, dealing moderately high damage in the process before reentering their wormhole and reappearing back where they first started or perhaps a different location altogether.  Because some energy is expended in the teleportation process, the damage that this attack deals is slightly lower than what might be seen in the more commonplace Psychic attack, but because of the nature of the spatial and temporal involved in this attack, this move has a nasty attribute that makes it a viable threat.  Because of the instantaneous nature of the teleportation, Hoopa can actually strike an opponent the moment they try to put up a defensive barrier, so if a target uses a move like Protect or Detect to guard against an incoming strike, Hoopa can actually bend time to attack the exact moment before the shield was put up, bypassing it completely in the process.  This can make the Hyperspace Hole attack the perfect weapon against defensive fighters and more than demonstrates the sheer power that these little fiends are capable of in battle, even if it might not be the most powerful of moves available.

Countering Hyperspace Hole: Due to its unique properties, there is no direct way to easily counter or dodge the Hyperspace Hole attack.  Metallic armor can help disrupt the psychic energy used in the attack and weaken its overall impact, but rocky armor is unlikely to perform as well on its own.  The Hyperspace Hole attack is not common enough for it to be much of a serious threat to most Pokemon, but if the opposition does have access to a Hoopa, strong defenses are recommended above all else to take the brunt of the attack’s force as is not wasting time using moves like Protect or Detect, though initiating a counterattack may be impossible without breaking the laws of physics to do so.

Professor Wormwood
Move Name: Diamond Storm
Battle Classification: Physical Attack
Type: Rock
Total number of affected targets: 1-2
Range: All adjacent opponents
Direct contact needed to initiate attack: No
Base Power: 100
Accuracy Rate: 95%
PP: 5 (maximum 8)

Considered perhaps to be one of the most beautiful attacks available to a Pokemon, the Diamond Storm attack is a vicious blow that can easily cut through the strongest of defenses and even give the user a bit of defensive boost in turn.  Considered to be the signature attack of Diancie, the Diamond Storm attack involves the user creating a flurry of small diamonds before flinging them at a target forcefully to deal damage.  This move might not be one that trainers will see very often, but the sheer damage it can cause nonetheless makes it a devastating strike that few opponents will see coming from such an elegant-looking Pokemon.

As a result of their unique ability to create diamonds by crushing carbon in the air, Diancie are able to actually use these diamonds to attack opponents in battle and in a way that looks as beautiful as it is deadly.  As one might imagine, the Diamond Storm attack is initiated by a Diancie generating a number of small diamonds around itself within a matter of seconds, surrounding itself in a halo of these objects before using its Fairy Force energy to blast the diamonds at a target, inflicting considerable physical trauma in the process.  This attack has the same damage potential as the infamous Stone Edge attack and is thus a move to be greatly feared, but it is noted that this move is still a bit different from it.  For one thing, since the stones are being directed with Fairy Force energy, the user has a bit more control over the projectiles and thus can strike with greater Accuracy.  Furthermore, while the diamonds do not have the same flesh-piercing power seen in the Stone Edge attack and in turn not a high Critical Hit ratio, the creation of these diamonds often results in some diamond material being created on the surface of a Diancie’s body; while this occasionally is too thin to be of much effect and can fall off shortly after being created, about 50% of the time, this layer of diamond material adds a temporary layer of defense to these creatures’ bodies, in turn raising their Defense stat.  This alone can make the attack a devastating force in battle, as while Diancie only have moderately strong offenses to work with in their normal form (Mega Diancie is another story), their incredibly high defenses can be made even more so with this move; add in the fact that this attack can target multiple nearby opponents while only suffering a 25% drop in Base Power, and it comes as no surprise that this move is perhaps one of the greatest of all Rock-type attacks and definitely one worth preparing for.

Countering Diamond Storm: Since diamonds are being used to deliver damage in the Diamond Storm attack, destroying said diamonds can help negate any damage dealt by the attack, which is actually easier than it looks as diamond is actually quite brittle; if the material is otherwise too sturdy to be destroyed, though, highly-agile Pokémon can still dodge the attack provided there is enough room to maneuver.  Metallic armor can help reduce the amount of damage dealt by the attack, but rocky armor in unlikely to provide as much protection on its own.  The Diamond Storm attack is certainly not one that will likely be seen a lot in battle, but when the opposition has a Diancie in their possession, only strong defenses and moves that can lower the opposition’s Defense stat will be of much use in countering this deadly but otherwise beautiful move.

Professor Wormwood
[Minor update: I just started playing Pokemon Y again, and of all the luck in the world, I managed to capture a shiny Bergmite; looks like I still got it. :)]

Well, here I am once again to deliver a couple of updates, all of which are extremely important.

First of all, in terms of illustrations accompanying my work, I have already received offers of assistance from a few friends and these contributors will be listed below according to what they are helping me with.  Feel free to ask them questions or check out what they are doing; hopefully, they too will soon be as busy as I have been with this oversized project.  If you want to join the contributors, just leave me a message on this journal, and I will see what we can do together; you will have to submit a test image on a subject of my choosing, but if I find it to my satisfaction, you will be added as a full-time member of the team.  Don't worry too much about artistic style; I am quite open to different types of artwork, so feel free to give this a try no matter what skills you might have.

Editors/Translators: :iconshadowofgiratina:  (Spanish translator) :iconclonecaptaincacnea12: (Turkish and Arabic translator) :icontoonlink682: (German/Russian translator) :icondarkusadalisk: (Portuguese translator) :iconmrpikachuxbuneary: :iconcupidcomet77: :iconnintendogamer5000: (General editors)
Artists: :iconmythicvoid: :iconkuroleopard:
Social Media Hounds: :iconclonecaptaincacnea12: :icondarkpotato57: :iconpagenfragon:
Tumblr Assistant/Designer: :iconshadowofgiratina:
Reddit Assistant/Designer: :iconlegendaryhero64:

At the moment, I am currently awaiting a submission piece from a designer that I plan on assigning Ability illustrations to, but I still need artists that can complete landscapes (for Routes, Towns/Cities and Unique Places) and portraits (for Gym Leaders/Elite Four/Champions and Criminal Organizations.  I am nonetheless open to artists for any subject; with such a small team working on this at the moment, we could use all of the support possible on this. :)

Additionally, I would encourage others to help join the editing team in looking over my work with a fine-toothed comb to find minor grammatical and spelling errors; the faster I can cycle through my material and perfect it, the better.  I further have someone who has promised to help me set up a Reddit account in the near future, but I will provide more details when that plan is more fleshed-out.

Second, I have been trying to get in contact with my half-sister (who is a lawyer), but I have still remained unsuccessful; I am going to continue pursuing her advice until I run out of options.  Nonetheless, I have been giving this some thought, and I have come to two sad but perhaps silver-lined conclusions about the chances of publishing my work.  First, it is likely that this will have to be given out to people for free; non-profit seems to be the only safe way to use copyright permission.  I really don't care much about pay, to be honest; just to have my work out where people could actually read it would be a dream in and of itself.  Second, I don't think that print is going to work.  The world of Pokemon is ever-growing and expanding, and with minor updates occurring here, there and everywhere at any time, static print does not seem like a viable option.  Besides, I've written thousands of pages worth of material, which would comprise a multi-volume encyclopedia and simply be too expensive for any casual fan's tastes.

As such, I think that if things are published, they may be done in the form of an eBook.  I know that this may be a bit inconvenient, but I am under the impression that eBooks can at least be updated periodically, so that would work best with the material.  But this is something that I am totally unfamiliar with, so any feedback you have on this thought is appreciated.  I have also decided that if I cannot get copyright permission from GAME FREAK inc. to put my material out in the world, then I will likely create my own website database for the project and spread it that way.  This idea is still in the works, though, and subject to great change.

Thirdly and lastly, I have been talking to one of my new colleagues at graduate school, and he brought up the fact that getting published in a journal for paleontology would actually lend considerable credence to my scientific interpretation of the Pokemon world.  I have been planning on publishing the results of my college senior thesis, but this gives me even more reason to do so.  I'm not sure how this will go, but I'm hoping that it can be done quickly and painlessly; either way, I am definitely going to do everything I can to get that extra point of authority added to my profile as soon as possible.

For the moment, this is all, but keep your eyes peeled; I'll still be working and modifying on things for a while until more news breaks.  Until then, have a great day.
  • Mood: Noble
  • Listening to: Disturbed
  • Reading: Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales
  • Watching: The Daily Show
  • Playing: Pokemon Y
  • Eating: The invigorating battlecry of literature
  • Drinking: Milk

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Mutitus
Patrick R. Nolan
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Hello; my name is Professor Wormwood, otherwise known as Mutitus.

My tale is both short and long, but I won't bore you with all the details. I originally became interested in deviantART through a chance encounter with some art that I found quite pleasing. From there, I began my journey through this marvelous place, taking on various guises and images until I finally came upon my current position, the Official Professor of Pokemon for the U.S. State of Pennsylvania.

Here, I dedicate my life to showing the world just how real Pokemon are and how fundamental they are to understanding both how the real world works and how thin the boundary between fantasy and reality truly is. I have been an active part of the Pokémon universe ever since I was a child, and it has opened my eyes to the greater laws that govern the universe and in turn where I stand as an individual in the sea of life that exists on this tiny little planet in an otherwise unexciting corner of space. I owe my incredible writing abilities and imagination to this world, and the best way I can repay my debt, as far as I figure, is to bring reality to a world where it is commonly rejected and in turn help even casual players of the series interact with their games in a way that is otherwise beyond what the creators of the series are willing to go.

Outside of here, I am attending Graduate School at SUNY UB; my specialty training is in geology and invertebrate paleontology, particularly in regards to Late Silurian plants, algae and fungi, and right now I am working to further specialize in Mid Ordovician graptolites. I am exceptionally skilled at mathematics and all sciences in general, though I am particularly knowledgeable in the fields of geology, paleontology, astronomy and theoretical physics. I do not know if there is more to life than what we live through on the Earth we know and love, but knowing that ghosts are real, I can only hope that there is at least some sort of existence beyond life.

For now, this is all that needs to be said; if I feel like opening up, though, perhaps I will reveal more of my secrets to the world. Regardless, I will continue to serve my friends and colleagues as a vigilant nobleman and protector of the truth...now, and for all eternity.

Current Residence: Pennsylvania, USA
Favorite genre of music: All but Rap and Country music
Favorite style of art: Anthro
Operating System: Galaxy
Favorite cartoon character: Sonic the Hedgehog
Favorite/Patron Villain: Rez, Lord of the Media Dimension
Personal Quote: Look beyond The Facade, and see the truth that lies before you.
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner 23 hours ago
hey professor, whats your opinion on this? www.gamnesia.com/news/rumor-ra…

monochrome pokemon in modern games?
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12345999 Featured By Owner 5 days ago
I was just wondering what you think of the new megas that have been revealed for ORAS, along with the primal forms of Groudon and Kyogre, and a new form of Hoopa?

I think they're all pretty cool.  If the ones shown are the full list of new ones, i'm kind of disappointed that milotic and flygon didn't get one, but there's always the third version of X and Y to look forward to in that regard.  Both Gallade and Glalie got one, so i think it's a matter of time until Froslass gets one as well.  Slowbro got one as well, so i'm wondering if Slowking, Poliwrath, and Politoed will ever get one. 

Beedrill and Pidgeot are the standouts for me though.  I've always been a fan of them, even if they weren't the greatest.    Now Mega Beedrill can be an amazing glass cannon, and Mega Pidgeot has an undodgeable Hurricane.  

I also think Hoopa is pretty interesting in general.  Both of its typings are currently unique to it.  Its stats in its new form has better stats all around though.  Not much else is known about it, though i heard its new form also gets a new signature move.  Don't quote me on it though.
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IHMH1464 Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
OHHH I had a brilliant idea.

Try asking fellow Deviant :iconxous54: about a collaboration for the Encyclopedia Pokémonis! 
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014  Professional Writer
I will; thank you for the recommendation.
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IHMH1464 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
You excel at describing the lifestyles of Pokémon, and Xous could most likely draw said Pokémon in their natural habitats!

You're welcome!
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014
hey professor, when you reply to the comments i make on your posts, could you wait until i reply befor your sign out?
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Professional Writer
I apologize; my schedule is quite busy with graduate work these days. I will do my best to answer your responses when I can.
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014
well, still...
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Mutitus Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014  Professional Writer
Still?

Forgive me for being rude, but I will repeat: I am working in GRADUATE SCHOOL for PALEONTOLOGY with a plan to go into a DOCTORAL DEGREE. I love the Pokemon world and my life here, but my work...my real-world CAREER...comes first. I apologize if that is an inconvenience to you.
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TheDoomedSpirit Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014
Thank you for the watch~~~~
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