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I'm going out to beat small animals up, back later.
Chapter 22: "Exploring a Burnt Out, Abandoned Laboratory in the Basement of an Old Mansion. Nope, Nothing Dangerous About It

Choro Notes: I find this screenshot a lot more amusing than I should.

Hey, grass, I'm sure there's small, fuzzy, easily beaten up things there!

Oh god, the way it jiggles. It's like an animate pile of writhing maggots and spaghetti.

#114. Tangela J:Monjara G:Tangela F:Saqueden

Vine Pokémon
Height: 3'03" Weight: 77.2 lbs
Habitat: Grasslands Types:
Tangela's whole body is swathed with wide vines that are similar to seaweed. It's vines snap off easily if they are grabbed. This happens without pain, allowing it to make a quick getaway. The lost vines are replaced by newly grown vines the very next day. It tangles any moving thing with its vines. Their subtle shaking is ticklish if you get ensnared. During battle, its vines are constantly writhing in order to unnerve its opponent rather effectively.

tyrsHTML named this
Ok, let's get the hell out of here before I wretch.

Oh man, first that writh-y thing, now the waves. Oh god...


#072. Tentacool J:Menokurage G:Tentacha F:Tentacool

Jellyfish Pokémon
Height: 2'11" Weight: 100 lbs
Habitat: Oceanic Types:
It ensnares its foe with its two long tentacles, then stabs with the poison stingers at their tips. They drift in shallow seas; anglers who hook them by accident are often punished by their stingers. Tentacool's body is largely composed of water. Very difficult to see in water, it may not be noticed until it stings. If it is removed from the sea, it dries up like parchment. If this Pokémon happens to become dehydrated, put it back into the sea. Tentacool absorb sunlight and refract it using water inside its body to convert it into beam energy. This Pokémon shoots beams from its crystal-like eyes. When the tide goes out, dehydrated Tentacool remains can be found washed up on the shore.

blackflare named this

.oO()image by Pokésho

Oh man, finally.
Hey, I didn't know this place was south of home.

Heh, alright, a Gym, that'll relieve stress.

Oh what? How is that fair? How can anyone challenge it?

Yea, yea I saw that. Why don't we just wait for someone to come out?

Knowing both Zelda logic and my luck with this sort of shit. Yes.

Well huh.

C'mon Otoro, let's find something to do to procrastinate. This should give us something.


Hey there. Are there any shenanigans to be held here? And if so who do I speak to about such opportunities?

So then no?

Stop looking through my things.

. . . you can do that?

Respawn in. . .


. . . Welp!

Out in the hall.

#140. Kabuto J:Kabuto G:Kabuto F:Kabuto

Shellfish Pokémon
Height: 1'08" Weight: 25.4 lbs
Habitat: Oceanic Types:
Kabuto is a species that has been regenerated from a fossil. However, in extremely rare cases, living examples have been discovered. The Pokémon has not changed at all for 300 million years. It uses the eyes on its back while hiding on the sea floor.

Middy indirectly named this.

Right on the lil shellfish.

Yea, get to work on that too. I gotta prove a scientist wrong. Come to think of it, he may not have been a researcher. He might have just been the janitor.

Heeell yea, I wanna teach metronome!

. . . what.
Choro Notes: Upon further inquisition, you apparently need fingers to use Metronome unless you're togepi or chansey.

HOW DO NONE OF YOU HAVE FINGERS? How do you play videogames?

#142. Aerodactyl J:Ptera G:Aerodactyl F:Ptera

Fossil Pokémon
Height: 5'11" Weight: 130.1 lbs
Habitat: Mountains Types:
Aerodactyl is a species from the age of dinosaurs. It was regenerated from genetic material extracted from amber. It is imagined to have been the king of the skies in ancient times. Aerodactyl was a ferocious monster that went for its victim's throat with its serrated saw-like fangs. Gliding on its outspread wings, Aerodactyl shrieked a high-pitched cry.

Zutaten named this

Alright, let's check this shit.

Well this isn't that bad.

Slight rat problem, but that's understandable.

#019. Rattata J:Koratta G:Rattfratz F:Rattata

Rat Pokémon
Height: 1'00" Weight: 7.7 lbs
Habitat: Various Types:
Rattata is cautious in the extreme. Even while it is asleep, it constantly listens by moving its ears around. Small and very quick, it is a common sight in many places. If you see one, it's almost certain at least forty more live nearby. It is not picky about where it lives—it will make its nest anywhere. Its fangs are long and very sharp. They grow continuously, so it gnaws on hard things to whittle them down. It bites anything when it attacks. It eats everything. Wherever food is available, it will settle down and produce offspring continuously.

It's named Fanglene. Zorak named this

Ok, I have no idea what Koffing are even supposed to be, but I guess an infestation of those isn't too messed up.

#109. Koffing J:Dogars G:Smogon F:Smogo

Poison Gas Pokémon
Height: 2'00" Weight: 2.2 lbs
Habitat: Urban Types:
Koffing embodies toxic substances. The poisonous gases it contains are a little bit lighter than air, keeping it slightly airborne. Getting up close to a Koffing will give you a chance to observe, through its thin skin, the toxic gases swirling inside. It mixes the toxins with raw garbage to set off a chemical reaction that results in a terribly powerful poison gas. The higher the temperature, the more gas is concocted by this Pokémon. If Koffing becomes agitated, it raises the toxicity of its internal gases and jets them out from all over its body. This Pokémon may also overinflate its round body, then explode.

Somehow I missed this cap too. I don't even think I gave it a name

This is just like exploring Wrecked Ship in Super Metroid. Except the power's on, it's full of rats and fire breathing puppies and that weird ghost monster isn't showing up.


#110. Weezing J:Matadogas G:Smogmog F:Smogogo

Poison Gas Pokémon
Height: 3'11" Weight: 21 lbs
Habitat: Urban Types:
Stage1: Evolves from Koffing
Weezing alternately shrinks and inflates its twin bodies to mix together toxic gases inside. The more the gases are mixed, the more powerful the toxins become. The Pokémon also becomes more putrid. Weezing loves the gases given off by rotted kitchen garbage. This Pokémon will find a dirty, unkempt house and make it its home. At night, when the people in the house are asleep, it will go through the trash. Ironically, top-grade perfume is made using its internal poison gases by diluting them to the highest level. Very rarely, a sudden mutation can result in two small Koffing twins becoming conjoined at birth as a Weezing.

blackflare named this

Note to self: Koffing explode.

Oh hey.

. . . what the hell's a Mew?

Big rats are still just rats.

#020. Raticate J:Ratta G:Rattikarl F:Rattatac

Rat Pokémon
Height: 2'04" Weight: 40.8 lbs
Habitat: Various Types:
Stage1: Evolves from Rattata
Raticate's sturdy fangs grow steadily. To keep them ground down, it gnaws on rocks and logs. It may even chew on the walls of houses. Its rear feet have three toes each. They are webbed, enabling it to swim across rivers. It uses its whiskers to maintain its balance. If they are cut off, Raticate become hesitant to run.

ChairmanMao named this


Oh hey.

That's just gross.
#088. Grimer J:Betbeter G:Sleima F:Tadmorv

Sludge Pokémon
Height: 2'11" Weight: 66.1 lbs
Habitat: Urban Types:
Grimer emerged from the sludge that settled on a polluted seabed. This creature loves anything filthy. It constantly leaks a horribly germ-infested fluid from all over its body. Grimer's sludgy and rubbery body can be forced through any opening, however small it may be. This Pokémon enters sewer pipes to drink filthy wastewater. When two Grimer's bodies are combined together, new poisons are created. As it moves, it loses bits of its body from which new Grimer emerge. This worsens the stench around it. Recent discoveries have shown that Grimer can form in waste treatment plants, then move into cities via the sewers.

Pipgirl named this.




Ok, you know what?

Maybe that's Mew.

Hey fuck you, too, buddy!

Ah fuck it, I was going to anyway. :D


I'm just lookin' for a key.

You are the worst superhero ever. I mean, unless there was someone with the power to talk to Magikarp or Sudowoodo or something.

Boss's chamber, clearly.

Huh. That was a pretty crappy story.

So what you're saying, is there's some genetically enhanced boss at the end of this?

I bet he's weak to Ice.

Boss Key.


. . . what?


. . .

#132. Ditto J:Metamon G:Ditto F:Metamorphe

Transform Pokémon
Height: 1'00" Weight: 8.8 lbs
Habitat: Grasslands Types:
Ditto rearranges its cell structure to transform itself into other shapes. However, if it tries to transform itself into something by relying on its memory, this Pokémon manages to get details wrong. Its transformation ability is perfect. However, if made to laugh, it can't maintain its disguise. When it encounters another Ditto, it will move faster than normal to duplicate that opponent exactly. When it sleeps, it changes into a stone to avoid being attacked.

Alright, time for the dungeon prize. :D!

Fuck this place. :I

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