20 Questions: Pokemon Style
#21
Is that Pokémon the sole integrant of its own evolutionary line? (Question #11)
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#22
-too many big words to comprehend- 0.0

If you're asking whether or not they evolve or are an evolution, then no. They are the only ones in their evolutionary line. (They don't evolve nor does something evolve into it) [11/20]
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#23
Is it Rasqueon?
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#24
Is it Caslot?
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#25
It is indeed Caslot! I knew I shouldn't have made it the same answer as the pokemon quiz

Next up: Orchestra. Post here when you are ready to start answering questions.

Also, new rule. If poster does not reply within a weeks time (being generous because I tend to have times of inactivity), the next player to post starts a new round.
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#26
(06-24-2014, 05:15 AM)Metallica Fanboy Wrote: Is that Pokémon the sole integrant of its own evolutionary line? (Question #11)
(06-24-2014, 05:27 AM)DancinMan91 Wrote: -too many big words to comprehend- 0.0

If you're asking whether or not they evolve or are an evolution, then no. They are the only ones in their evolutionary line. (They don't evolve nor does something evolve into it) [11/20]
The answer to the question was 'yes', then, if I understood correctly. I think MF was asking if the mon was the only one in its line.
This often catches me out, too, but Xander the Crocoal is female.
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#27
Alright. I have my pokemon. Go, y'all.
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#28
Is it a Fakemon? [1/20]
This often catches me out, too, but Xander the Crocoal is female.
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#29
Nope. [1/20]
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#30
Is it a Pokemon from Generations I-III?
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#31
Is the pokemon found in New Logora? [3/20]
This often catches me out, too, but Xander the Crocoal is female.
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'...No matter what you do or what you become: You are nothing less than beautiful.'--SCP-1342
'One voice is small, but the difference between zero and one is as great as one and infinity.'--SCP-1281
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#32
Lezoux: yes [2/20]
Kathira: No [3/20]
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#33
Is the Pokemon dual typed? [4/20]
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#34
Yes. [4/20]
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#35
Is at least one of that Pokémon's types not originally present in Gen I (Thus: Dark, Steel, or Fairy)? (Question #5)
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#36
Yes. [5/20]
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#37
Is that Pokémon the basic stage of its evolutionary line? (Question #6)
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#38
No. [6/20]
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#39
Has this pokemon had it's type changed due to one of the new type additions? (eg. Ralts became a Psychic/Fairy because Fairy was added, Togepi became a Fairy instead of Normal, etc.) (Question #7)
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#40
Yes. [7/20]
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