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  1. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    Onix and Steelix might prey on the Geodude line since they eat rocks. Much like how Sableye and Gabite prey on Carbink.
  2. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    I wonder what Mawile eats. I had a theory where Mawile uses reflection on the teeth of its second mouth or holding gems in it to attract Sableye. Once Sableye gets to close Mawile has a meal.
  3. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    Slowpoke most likely eats Magikarp since we know it uses its tail to fish.
  4. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    We know Sableye and Gabite eats Carbink thanks to some dex entries. Snorlax almost eats Misty's Goldeen. Also the pidgey line eats bug types.
  5. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    Let's quickly note what Pokemon eats what. They've established many predators in Pokemon and there are some we can assume based on what animal a Pokemon is based off. For example we can assume Persians will attack and eat Pikachus since those two are based on animals with a predator prey...
  6. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    Riiiiiight.
  7. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    So I found a reason for Snivy and Servine to have limbs despite being snakes! Perhaps Game Freak took inspiration from this extinct snake! This is the Tetrapodophis. An ancient constrictor with stubby limbs, not unlike Snivy and Servine's!
  8. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    So after looking at three specific evo lines I realized something! I think there might be a common ancestor to all these Pokemon and it could be the Ralts line itself with the Pawniard line originating from Gallade and the Gothita line coming from Gardevoir. This might be a bit obvious and I'm...
  9. Gumzilla

    Pokemon biology

    A thread for anyone who wants to discuss stuff like which pokemon eats which, why a certain pokemon is a certain way or even what pokemon is related to what!
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