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Old December 13th, 2012 (08:36 PM).
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Has anyone ever wondered how pokes are able to walk when they come out much less battle at level 1. Most beings in general dont know how to walk (or swim well if in ocean) when they are born and fighting is out of the question.

Can you imagine fighting babies? lol

Anyway, has anyone pondered that?
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Old December 14th, 2012 (05:54 PM).
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Well typically they can't fight all that well at low levels. But they grow quickly at low levels so that probably accounts for them being able to fight better even after they just hatch. As for movement at a young age I'm not sure, didn't really think about that.
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Old December 18th, 2012 (12:25 PM).
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I'm not sure about that. Most creatures in real life learn to walk pretty quick. Have you ever seen a deer or a horse giving birth? Their offspring start to walk and run in a few minutes.

Also, I don't think there is any water creature doesn't know how to swim from birth. Sea turtles race to the sea from beach when they hatch and start swimming immediately. Don't forget they kinda walk to reach to the water too. Tadpoles and mosquito larvae are born in water and they swim immediately as well.
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