5. Azurill can change into Marill
The female Azurill can evolve into its male Marill by different gender Ratios. So one in every three Azurills can evolve into Marill this being made possible due to a mechanism called Personality Value. Azurill has 75% chances of evolving into Marill whereas Marill has 50% chances.
4. Your Pokemon can catch “Pokerus”
A microscopic life form that attaches to the Pokemon, Pokerus is a virus appearing in Generation II. The infected Pokemon can then spread it to other non-infected Pokemon when held in the same company. Chances are more of spreading it in the main party. Once it becomes immune to this virus it cannot spread it anymore. This virus not being visual chances are of the player defeating or running away from the infected Pokemon. However very rarely are the Pokemon in wild infected with Pokerus. The only Pokemon immune to them are Shiny Pokemon.
3. Doduo and Dodrio the flying Pokemon
The two Pokemon Doduo and Dodrio have no visible wings and can be taught to fly. They achieve this circular motion of their legs. It’s a very campy sight and can be watched firsthand in Pokemon stadium. They resemble ostrich and are named after the extinct bird dodo. They have more than one head and are kept by bird trainers and Triatheletes to practice running as they race at a speed of 60mph across grass-covered plains.
2. Pokemon Professors and their names
A Pokemon professor is an indubitable expert in the world of Pokemons and is responsible for giving novice trainers thir first pokemons. The list of mainstay Professors are Prof. Oak, Birch, Elm, Rowan, Aurea Juniper, Junier and Syncamore. By now you would have come to know the similarity between all these name that they are names of trees. Take this in your Pokemon pike and some it.
1.Yamask contains the soul of Ancient people
At the first position of the top ten facts about pokemon, we have Yamask, the Spirit Pokemon is the Gladstone of Japanese “Yama” meaning darkness and mast meaning it was once a human. To showcase this fact it wears a mask that’s modelled as its face when it was alive. Sometimes it looks at its mask and weeps remembering its old face. However whoever wears this mask becomes possessed by the Yamask. Termed as the RadarGames staff’s favourite Yamask and its successor Cofagrigus have Egyptian origins and two faces.
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