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Diancie (the Jewel Pokemon) is a legendary Rock/Fairy-type Pokemon found in deep caverns within the Kalos region. Sought after by collectors across the planet for its beautiful appearance and elegant form, Diancie are rare beasts that are almost never seen in the wild nor are understood very well in any context. Just make sure that you don’t accidentally get on their wrong side; these strange Fairy-types may be quite peaceful and playful, but the last thing you want to happen is make it mad and end up on the receiving end of its Diamond Storm attack!

The way in which Diancie actually form is a great mystery and is still not understood by science in the least. From what can be told, Diancie are technically Carbink that have undergone some sort of radical mutation that turns them from simple constructs into advanced, intelligent creatures with the same overall abilities but a greater range of powers (including being able to speak telepathically) and increased offensive abilities. The process in which Carbink turn into Diancie, however, is still poorly understood and it is unknown at this time what factors may be the culprit behind this radical change. Nonetheless, mutation into Diancie grants the Fairlite crystals that comprise much of their bodies to turn a bright pink hue and grow into perfect prisms that extend from all parts of the creature’s body; combined with the glow from its Fairy force, this makes Diancie shine a brilliant color and appear so elegant that many consider it to be the most beautiful Pokemon in the world, a title that goes well with its grace and poise. While Carbink are not exactly known for being highly intelligent, Diancie are quite intelligent in contrast and tend to have a very playful personality, having fun with friends all day regardless of who or what they are interacting with. Moreover, unlike Carbink, Diancie possess a strong enough Fairy Force that they can travel outside for long periods of time without worrying about solar energy disrupting their own energy; in fact, they can actually absorb sunlight and then radiate it outward, causing its body to glow brightly even in daylight and enhancing its appearances even more so than normal. In terms of combat abilities, Diancie share pretty much the same stats with Carbink with the exception of their base Attack and Special Attack stats, which are double of that possessed by Carbink. This incredible power comes as a result of greater control over their Fairy Force powers, so much in fact that Diancie can manipulate the air surrounding them and press it into the palms of its hand to create tiny diamonds; it can them either give these diamonds as gifts (though this can be a problem if the Diancie in question is inexperienced, as the unstable Fairlite made by inexperienced Diancie tends to dissipate shortly after it is formed if not enough energy is infused to make it stable) or use them to attack in a deadly Diamond Storm attack, a surprisingly powerful move that only Diancie have access to. Overall, Diancie are still extremely mysterious creatures whose biology and mere existence is a puzzle, but it cannot be denied that their cute charm and surprising powers can easily win over the most skeptic of trainers once they’ve seen them in action.

It is noted that Diancie is one of only 46 species of Pokémon known to be capable of undergoing Mega Evolution. When in possession of a held Diancite, Mega Evolution triggers a bizarre reaction within these creatures that causes the Fairlite crystals that comprise their upper bodies to expand considerably, blasting off all of the hard rock and impurities that surround the lower half of their bodies and exposing a brilliant display of crystals that cover these beasts as if they were merely parts in an elegant dress. In this form, the Fairlite crystals shine brilliantly and intensify light so much as it passes through them that they become blinding in direct sunlight, giving off a monstrous shine that makes it impossible to look directly at them. Moreover, the already large diamond-like Fairlite crystal that adorns their heads increase in size, turning into massive gem that weighs over 2,000 carats. Mega Diancie have a certain grace about them that make them feel and act more regal than in their normal form, and while this can make them slightly harder to control, it is usually only a minor issue that few trainers will have to worry about, though any trainer owning one of these creatures is a miracle by itself. In terms of stats, removing the durable, protective impurities that once coated their bodies limits Mega Diancie’s ability to defend against severe attacks to the point of making them less effective at guarding than even normal Carbink, critically decreasing their base Defense and Special Defense stats. On the other hand, however, this change duly increases their ability to focus and harness Fairy Force energy in their bodies and thus enables them to strike more quickly and with much more power than normal, cataclysmically increasing their base Attack, Special Attack and Speed stats; this in turn grants them the highest base Special Attack stat and base stat total out of all Rock-type Pokémon and the highest base Attack and Special Attack stats and base stat total out of all Fairy-type Pokémon. In addition, the unique properties of the Fairlite comprising the bodies of Mega Diancie allows for the constant generation of an energetic force-field that protects Mega Diancie from the effects of non-damaging moves and even reflects them back at their user, granting them the Magic Bounce Ability and in turn making it very difficult to defeat these creatures unless tremendous speed and great power are on one’s side (and even then it might not be enough to subdue them before they can launch a devastating counterattack).

Diancie tend to remain out of public view as a result of their rarity, but it is worth mentioning that at least one of these creatures has more than made its presence known as a result of its contribution in the Diamond Kingdom Incident in the Kalos region. A Diancie known to be the princess of a place called the Diamond Kingdom was called upon by her Carbink subjects to recreate a legendary object known as the Sacred Diamond, a giant piece of Fairlite that had the ability to energize all of the Pokemon that lived within this underground kingdom and effectively served to keep it together, supplying large pillar-like Fairlite growths that kept the deep cavern from collapsing with stabilizing energy. However, at the time of this incident, the gem was beginning to lose the final bits of power left in it, and the Diancie that served as royalty was the only Pokemon capable of creating a new one…but the beast was still quite young and did not have the power needed to perfectly create a new Sacred Diamond that was stable enough to exist in solid form. To solve this, the Diancie and her closest advisors traveled out into the open world in search of Xerneas, whose Fairy Aura Ability could potentially energize Diancie and enable her to create a stable Sacred Diamond. In doing so, she ran into both a group of young kids that decided to help her in her journey and a number of professional thieves looking to do little aside from steal the Diancie and use it to create diamonds to fund their criminal operations. Eventually, however, after travelling through forbidden woods that no human had entered in perhaps centuries, the children and Diancie found Xerneas, who stated that Diancie had the power to complete her task even without her assistance. Unfortunately, the meeting was brief, as the thieves, in their haste to steal Diancie, accidentally awakened Yveltal from a slumber that it had been in since the last time it had a fight with Xerneas over the balance of nature many years ago. The beast took to the skies and started to destroy everything in its path, using its Oblivion Wing attack to steal the life energy of everything around it and petrifying all that it touched in turn. Thankfully, Diancie, with the help and care of her friends, managed to find the courage to help her friends and, in doing so, accidentally activated a Mega Stone that it had unintentionally created beforehand out of happiness from meeting and making new friends; this allowed it to Mega Evolve into Mega Diancie and then proceeded to create a Sacred Diamond that was able to fully block Yveltal’s attack, giving Xerneas enough time to ward off Yveltal and calm its rage. Xerneas then went on to sacrifice itself to heal the damage that beast had done, turning into a tree in the process to start the cycle of creation and destruction all over again. In the end, Diancie was able to create a new Sacred Diamond and restored her kingdom to prosperity once again, finally becoming the true guardian of the kingdom that her subjects needed and in turn brought peace to the region once more.

Though the chances of seeing one of these legendary beasts are extremely low, it cannot be emphasized enough that these rare creatures are truly magnificent organisms that should be respected and adored for their elegant appearances and surprising powers. With the highest base Defense stat out of all Fairy-type Pokemon (tied with Carbink) and the devastating Diamond Storm attack on their side, it comes as no surprise that Diancie are tenacious creatures that can more than prove themselves in battle when it comes to protecting those they care about. Trainers lucky enough to interact with these fairies should consider themselves lucky, but don’t get too greedy; Diancie might be able to make gorgeous diamonds out of thin air with no problem, but unless you find one that is also experienced and confident in its power, your get-rich pipe dream may only end up lasting a few moments before dissolving right before your eyes in a cloud of pink dust!

Professor Wormwood
Diancie Report
A report on the Jewel Pokemon, Diancie. Enjoy.
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Yveltal (the Destruction Pokémon) is a legendary Dark/Flying-type Pokémon found roaming the forests and mountains of the Kalos region.  Though very little is known about this monstrous creature, for the few that have the opportunity to observe its powers, it is a vicious beast that radiates the very essence of destruction to all that are forced to stand in its presence.  Its true origins and purpose within the Kalos region may be a great mystery, but that does little to deter its impact in the world around it; after all, where else can one find a source of fear so immense that it literally drains the life out of any that dare to step in its path?!

Due to the relative seclusion of its existence even within the ancient legends of the Kalos region, little is concretely known about the powers of Yveltal and its importance in the overall environment of the Kalos region; what little there is known, however, more than classifies it as a beast of truly legendary proportions.  From what can be told, Yveltal is a monstrous beast that takes the form of a massive bird, readily differentiated from other birds by the presence of a massive, bony tail that gives its overall wing pattern a bizarre Y-shape unseen in modern specimens.  The existence of such a strange appendage suggests that Yveltal as a species may be incredibly ancient in age, older perhaps than even Xerneas; whether this is completely true or not, however, has yet to be seen.  Regardless, it seems that Yveltal is purely organic in its form and does not possess any obvious biological characteristics that are inconsistent with traditional bird anatomy, thus making it less of a deity than Xerneas might be seen to represent; this is not to detract from its powers, however, as Yveltal is a destructive beast with the unusual capacity to utilize negative energy freely enough to be considered a Dark-type Pokémon.  What truly makes Yveltal a monster, however, is the fact that, in contrast to Xerneas’ ability to release pure life energy, Yveltal has the capacity to steal pure life energy from nearby life-forms in order to sustain itself.  Yveltal is believed to live for about 1,000 years or so; at the end of its life, this beast will absorb the life energy of all nearby organism and then enter a cocoon-like state of stasis, under which it will survive off of its last meal for another 1,000 years before reawakening and repeating the cycle.  This means that most societies within the Kalos region have only known about this legendary creature as a legend and little more, which only adds to the mystery surrounding it.  Despite this, it is known that Yveltal is a powerful beast capable of wielding a wide assortment of devastating attacks in battle and is in possession of incredible power unseen among other species.  For one thing, this beast is able to absorb and generate so much negative energy within its body that it constantly exudes a damaging aura of energy; this signature Ability, known as the Dark Aura Ability, has the effect of energizing all Pokémon on the battlefield with negative energy and in turn increasing the damaging capacity of all Dark-type attacks.  In addition, Yveltal’s capacity to absorb life energy is perfectly demonstrated through its signature attack, the Oblivion Wing attack, in which it spreads its wings and tail wide before emitting a devastating ray of energy onto a nearby target; this attack may not be extremely powerful, but it exceeds the healing abilities of all other moves, effectively healing Yveltal of more than half of the damage done to a target, and has been known to even petrify those whose life energy is almost completely drained away.  Add to this the fact that it is the only Pokémon known to be able to naturally learn Focus Blast attack, and it quickly becomes clear that Yveltal’s title of the Destruction Pokémon is more than well-earned.  The absolute source of Yveltal’s power might be a mystery at the moment, but it is more than apparent that it is truly a one-of-a-kind beast worth fearing in battle.

Yveltal tends to remain out of public view as a result of its unique role in the ecosystem of the Kalos region, but it is worth mentioning that it has appeared very recently on at least two occasions, the first of which being the Diamond Kingdom Incident. A Diancie known to be the princess of a place called the Diamond Kingdom was called upon by her Carbink subjects to recreate a legendary object known as the Sacred Diamond, a giant piece of Fairlite that had the ability to energize all of the Pokemon that lived within this underground kingdom and effectively served to keep it together, supplying large pillar-like Fairlite growths that kept the deep cavern from collapsing with stabilizing energy. However, at the time of this incident, the gem was beginning to lose the final bits of power left in it, and the Diancie that served as royalty was the only Pokemon capable of creating a new one…but the beast was still quite young and did not have the power needed to perfectly create a new Sacred Diamond that was stable enough to exist in solid form. To solve this, the Diancie and her closest advisors traveled out into the open world in search of Xerneas, whose Fairy Aura Ability could potentially energize Diancie and enable her to create a stable Sacred Diamond. In doing so, she ran into both a group of young kids that decided to help her in her journey and a number of professional thieves looking to do little aside from steal the Diancie and use it to create diamonds to fund their criminal operations. Eventually, however, after travelling through forbidden woods that no human had entered in perhaps centuries, the children and Diancie found Xerneas, who stated that Diancie had the power to complete her task even without her assistance. Unfortunately, the meeting was brief, as the thieves, in their haste to steal Diancie, accidentally awakened Yveltal from a slumber that it had been in since the last time it had a fight with Xerneas over the balance of nature many years ago. The beast took to the skies and started to destroy everything in its path, using its Oblivion Wing attack to steal the life energy of everything around it and petrifying all that it touched in turn. Thankfully, Diancie, with the help and care of her friends, managed to find the courage to help her friends and, in doing so, accidentally activated a Mega Stone that it had unintentionally created beforehand out of happiness from meeting and making new friends; this allowed it to Mega Evolve into Mega Diancie and then proceeded to create a Sacred Diamond that was able to fully block Yveltal’s attack, giving Xerneas enough time to ward off Yveltal and calm its rage. Xerneas then went on to sacrifice itself to heal the damage that beast had done, turning into a tree in the process to start the cycle of creation and destruction all over again. In the end, Diancie was able to create a new Sacred Diamond and restored her kingdom to prosperity once again, finally becoming the true guardian of the kingdom that her subjects needed and in turn brought peace to the region once more.

Yveltal’s most recent sighting and the final revealing of its involvement in Kalos legend came about during its role in the AZ Incident.  3,000 years ago, AZ, the last king of the Kalos region, lost a Pokémon that was very dear to his heart in a great war that pitted the Pokémon and people of the Kalos region against each other.  In unimaginable grief, he built a grand machine that used the power of Xerneas to revive his deceased Pokémon and in turn grant it immortality; due to the nature of the machine, however, AZ was contaminated in the process, making him too immortal.  Although he had managed to bring back the Pokémon he loved, he was filled with such hate that he converted the machine into a weapon and, harnessing the power of Yveltal, initiated a massive extinction event that ended the war by destroying almost every living thing in the region.  In the present, Lysandre, the head of Team Flare, wished to cleanse the world of the filth and corruption that humanity had brought to the planet and sought the ultimate weapon, or the Reaper of Ambrotos as it is referred to today, to fulfill his wishes.  Greed and a lack of resources for an ever-growing population of people only led to war and destruction in Lysandre’s eyes; the only way to reset the world to a state of harmony was to destroy most of humanity and all of the Pokémon so nothing would be left for them to fight over.  Using his own heritage and resources, Lysandre found AZ and coerced him into giving him the key to the ultimate weapon, which he ultimately reenergized by capturing the legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal, both of them placed into a state of stasis as a result of their recent conflict during the Diamond Kingdom Incident.  A young trainer, however, stood up to his plans and managed to reawaken the legendary creatures, who proceeded to drain most of the energy that had been taken from them back from the ultimate weapon before escaping.  With only enough energy to fire a single shot, Lysandre targeted the weapon itself in the hopes of either being granted immortality or being destroyed so he would not have to face the consequences of his actions.  In the end, his act destroyed the Reaper of Ambrotos, and while the young trainer and the remainder of Team Flare escaped the base before it was destroyed, Lysandre did not, and it is currently unknown whether he is dead or managed to survive the blast.

Though it may not be the most prolific or even well-known of legendary beasts, Yveltal is a creature unlike any other that truly pushes the boundary that separates life and death in the world.  With the highest base HP stat and base stat total out of all Dark-type Pokémon and the highest base stat total out of all Flying-type Pokémon (tied with Lugia, Ho-Oh and Rayquaza), Yveltal is a terrible creature that can more than shroud even the sunniest of days with darkness unlike any other in the sky.  To the many that travel the countryside of the Kalos region, let not your eyes be deceived by the sudden appearance of this beast, for it is no illusion at all; it is a harbinger of desolation and a beast truly beyond the assaults of man, even if it is to the chagrin of bird hunters everywhere!

Professor Wormwood
Xerneas (the Life Pokémon) is a legendary Fairy-type Pokémon found roaming the forests and mountains of the Kalos region.  Though very little is known about this majestic creature, for the few that have the opportunity to observe its powers, it is a wondrous beast that radiates the very essence of life to all that are willing to bask in its presence.  Its true origins and purpose within the Kalos region may be a great mystery, but that does little to deter its impact in the world around it; after all, where else can one find a source of life power so pure that it can literally grant complete immortality!?

As a result of the relative seclusion of its existence even within the ancient legends of the Kalos region, little is concretely known about the powers of Xerneas and its importance in the overall environment of the Kalos region; what little there is known, however, more than classifies it as a beast of truly legendary proportions.  From what can be told, Xerneas has disguised itself to look like a cervid of some sort to blend in with the forested land that surrounds much of the Kalos region, but this disguise does little to hide the sheer amount of power the beast radiates through its Fairy Force.  As with more traditional Fairy-type Pokémon, Xerneas is unable to truly infuse its attacks with Fairy Force energy due to the mechanics of the Fairy Force, but this does not matter; the concentration factor of its Fairy Force is so intense that it can heal the sick and cure the lame, effectively infusing everything around it with pure life energy.  When resting, the massive horns of this beasts are a light blue color and do not shine at all; when the best is active, however, its horns glow a brilliant display of seven colors and radiate life energy everywhere, creating an energy field so intense that it can effectively bring the dead back to life in some cases.  The source of this magnificent energy is still a relative mystery, as it seems that Xerneas is able to produce nearly infinite amounts of it without draining itself…for a time.  After it has been awake for about 1,000 years, however, it must rest in order to recover its energy, entering a thousand-year sleep in which it takes on the appearance of an old tree to protect itself from direct attack; after another 1,000 years, the beast awakens, and the cycle repeats.  This means that most societies within the Kalos region have only known about this legendary creature as a legend and little more, which only adds to the mystery surrounding it.  Despite this, it is known that Xerneas is a powerful beast capable of wielding a wide assortment of devastating attacks in battle and is in possession of incredible power unseen among other species.  For one thing, the beast radiates such intense power in its Fairy Force that it effectively has the effect of increasing the damaging power of Fairy-type attacks used by any and all Pokémon in battle; this special Ability, referred to as the Fairy Aura Ability, is completely unique to Xerneas and proudly highlights its innate Fairy-type powers.  Moreover, Xerneas is able to naturally draw from the power of all living things around it to temporarily energize its body; this signature technique, the Geomancy technique, requires a bit of time to prepare but heavily increases the Speed and special powers of Xerneas when fully activated.  The absolute source of Xerneas’ power might be a mystery at the moment, but it is more than apparent that it is truly a one-of-a-kind beast worth fearing in battle.

Xerneas tends to remain out of public view as a result of its unique role in the ecosystem of the Kalos region, but it is worth mentioning that it has appeared very recently on at least two occasions, the first of which being the Diamond Kingdom Incident. A Diancie known to be the princess of a place called the Diamond Kingdom was called upon by her Carbink subjects to recreate a legendary object known as the Sacred Diamond, a giant piece of Fairlite that had the ability to energize all of the Pokemon that lived within this underground kingdom and effectively served to keep it together, supplying large pillar-like Fairlite growths that kept the deep cavern from collapsing with stabilizing energy. However, at the time of this incident, the gem was beginning to lose the final bits of power left in it, and the Diancie that served as royalty was the only Pokemon capable of creating a new one…but the beast was still quite young and did not have the power needed to perfectly create a new Sacred Diamond that was stable enough to exist in solid form. To solve this, the Diancie and her closest advisors traveled out into the open world in search of Xerneas, whose Fairy Aura Ability could potentially energize Diancie and enable her to create a stable Sacred Diamond. In doing so, she ran into both a group of young kids that decided to help her in her journey and a number of professional thieves looking to do little aside from steal the Diancie and use it to create diamonds to fund their criminal operations. Eventually, however, after travelling through forbidden woods that no human had entered in perhaps centuries, the children and Diancie found Xerneas, who stated that Diancie had the power to complete her task even without her assistance. Unfortunately, the meeting was brief, as the thieves, in their haste to steal Diancie, accidentally awakened Yveltal from a slumber that it had been in since the last time it had a fight with Xerneas over the balance of nature many years ago. The beast took to the skies and started to destroy everything in its path, using its Oblivion Wing attack to steal the life energy of everything around it and petrifying all that it touched in turn. Thankfully, Diancie, with the help and care of her friends, managed to find the courage to help her friends and, in doing so, accidentally activated a Mega Stone that it had unintentionally created beforehand out of happiness from meeting and making new friends; this allowed it to Mega Evolve into Mega Diancie and then proceeded to create a Sacred Diamond that was able to fully block Yveltal’s attack, giving Xerneas enough time to ward off Yveltal and calm its rage. Xerneas then went on to sacrifice itself to heal the damage that beast had done, turning into a tree in the process to start the cycle of creation and destruction all over again. In the end, Diancie was able to create a new Sacred Diamond and restored her kingdom to prosperity once again, finally becoming the true guardian of the kingdom that her subjects needed and in turn brought peace to the region once more.

Xerneas’ most recent sighting and the final revealing of its involvement in Kalos legend came about during its role in the AZ Incident.  3,000 years ago, AZ, the last king of the Kalos region, lost a Pokémon that was very dear to his heart in a great war that pitted the Pokémon and people of the Kalos region against each other.  In unimaginable grief, he built a grand machine that used the power of Xerneas to revive his deceased Pokémon and in turn grant it immortality; due to the nature of the machine, however, AZ was contaminated in the process, making him too immortal.  Although he had managed to bring back the Pokémon he loved, he was filled with such hate that he converted the machine into a weapon and, harnessing the power of Yveltal, initiated a massive extinction event that ended the war by destroying almost every living thing in the region.  In the present, Lysandre, the head of Team Flare, wished to cleanse the world of the filth and corruption that humanity had brought to the planet and sought the ultimate weapon, or the Reaper of Ambrotos as it is referred to today, to fulfill his wishes.  Greed and a lack of resources for an ever-growing population of people only led to war and destruction in Lysandre’s eyes; the only way to reset the world to a state of harmony was to destroy most of humanity and all of the Pokémon so nothing would be left for them to fight over.  Using his own heritage and resources, Lysandre found AZ and coerced him into giving him the key to the ultimate weapon, which he ultimately reenergized by capturing the legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal, both of them placed into a state of stasis as a result of their recent conflict during the Diamond Kingdom Incident.  A young trainer, however, stood up to his plans and managed to reawaken the legendary creatures, who proceeded to drain most of the energy that had been taken from them back from the ultimate weapon before escaping.  With only enough energy to fire a single shot, Lysandre targeted the weapon itself in the hopes of either being granted immortality or being destroyed so he would not have to face the consequences of his actions.  In the end, his act destroyed the Reaper of Ambrotos, and while the young trainer and the remainder of Team Flare escaped the base before it was destroyed, Lysandre did not, and it is currently unknown whether he is dead or managed to survive the blast.

Though it may not be the most prolific or even well-known of legendary beasts, Xerneas is a creature unlike any other that truly pushes the boundary that separates life and death in the world.  With the highest base Attack and Special Attack stats as well as the highest base stat total out of all Fairy-type Pokémon, Xerneas is a magnificent creature that can more than brighten the day of even the most hopeless situations in the blink of an eye.  To the many that travel the countryside of the Kalos region, let not your eyes be deceived by the sudden appearance of this beast, for it is no illusion at all; it is a harbinger of good life and a beast truly beyond the corruption of decay, even if it is to the chagrin of deer hunters everywhere!

Professor Wormwood
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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[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
Artist | Professional | Literature
United States
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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12345999 Featured By Owner 25 minutes ago
On the topic of "genwunners"  www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpUKPz…
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12345999 Featured By Owner 38 minutes ago
With ORAS  coming out tomorrow, i was wondering what you think your favorite new feature and new mega will be?

As for completely new features, there aren't really that many, but i think i'll really like the new pokenave features.  Especially the dex nav.  Registering pokemon that are out and about without actually encountering them.  Finding pretty much any wild pokemon with its HA, as well as wild pokemon with egg moves.  The sneaking feature seems fun too.

As for megas, I'm most looking forward to mega Lopunny.  Though i'm also looking forward to Pidgeot, Sceptile, Sableye, Altaria, Metagross, Rayquaza, and Diancie.
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner 4 days ago
hey professor! whats you opinion on those "genwunner" trainers?
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Mutitus Featured By Owner 9 hours ago  Professional Writer
They need to get with the program and get used to the world of Pokémon being as wide and expansive as the real world.
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ComannderrX Featured By Owner 9 hours ago
agreed
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Cesilfei Featured By Owner 6 days ago  New member
Thank you for the watch Professor. :3
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Mutitus Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Writer
No problem; anyone kind enough to watch me deserves the same in return. :)
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ButterWolf134 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014
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Trust me this will put a smile on your face, make your day, or help you 

Every night , someone thinks about you before they go to sleep.

At least fifteen people in this world love you.

The only reason someone would ever hate you is because they want to be just like you.

There are at least two people in this world that would die for you.

You mean the world to someone.

Someone that you don't even know exists loves you.

When you make the biggest mistake ever,
something good comes from it.

When you think the world has turned its back on you, 
take a look.

Always remember the compliments you've received.

Forget the rude remarks.

So if you are a loving friend, send this to 15 on your list including the person that sent it to you. If you care

Tonight,
at midnight
your true love
will realize
they like you.

Something good will happen to you between 12 in the morning
and
four o'clock pm
tomorrow
it could be anywhere . Get ready for the biggest shock of your life

If you break this chain YOU wil
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Mutitus Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Writer
Sorry, but I don't pass on chain letters for professional reasons.
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vlogblog Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014  Student General Artist
Hello Professor! I'd like to help you? Well, as a way, I wanna help the guy behind the reports; be it me being a motivator, an insult taker.... or possibly something incredibly boring. I kinda wanna help. Do think about it.
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