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Oh my there's a lot more now xD

Prinya
Classification: Shy Pokemon

These Pokemon do not like being the center of attention and will avoid any commotions. A very shy Pokemon, but very affectionate towards a trainer it trusts. Patience is required to get them to open up to you. It loves being washed and will want it's trainer to wash it at least once a day, but will only indicate so if it's opened up to it's trainer.
In the wild these Pokemon generally stay away from humans and other Pokemon, only interacting with others of their kind. They are solitary Pokemon.
Ginpurr
Classification: Affectionate Pokemon

Having evolved from Prinya due to the the strong bond it's built with it's trainer, these Pokemon are now a lot more outspoken and will act as their trainer's guardian, attempting to shield them from any harm. They are often considered smothering at first by their trainers, who aren't used to this. Unfortunately a lot of Ginpurr end up abandoned as a result, unable to comprehend why their loving trainers tossed them aside, growing resentful of humans as a result. Trainers who do adjust to their Ginpurr's affection can't wish for a more loyal and trustworthy companion.
Saw no evo method listed so it's a friendship evo now :coolcat:

Avakit
Classification: Stubborn Pokemon

An uncommon Pokemon, rarely found in the northern forests of Swrairia. They live in packs of at least 50 and will use their numbers to their advantage when defending themselves from predators.
Although very cute and playful, it's not recommended to approach these Pokemon carelessly. If even one of them thinks you mean them harm they will all pounce on you. These Pokemon are almost never by themselves. Only a handful of trainers has managed to catch one. They have a very stubborn disposition and will not necessarily listen to their trainers.

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Oh my there's a lot more now xD
haha, yeah, i did a lot of them during the Swrairia region timeline :>

'' Prinya
Classification: Shy Pokemon

These Pokemon do not like being the center of attention and will avoid any commotions. A very shy Pokemon, but very affectionate towards a trainer it trusts. Patience is required to get them to open up to you. It loves being washed and will want it's trainer to wash it at least once a day, but will only indicate so if it's opened up to it's trainer.
In the wild these Pokemon generally stay away from humans and other Pokemon, only interacting with others of their kind. They are solitary Pokemon.''


''Ginpurr
Classification: Affectionate Pokemon

Having evolved from Prinya due to the the strong bond it's built with it's trainer, these Pokemon are now a lot more outspoken and will act as their trainer's guardian, attempting to shield them from any harm. They are often considered smothering at first by their trainers, who aren't used to this. Unfortunately a lot of Ginpurr end up abandoned as a result, unable to comprehend why their loving trainers tossed them aside, growing resentful of humans as a result. Trainers who do adjust to their Ginpurr's affection can't wish for a more loyal and trustworthy companion. ''

Saw no evo method listed so it's a friendship evo now :coolcat:


''Avakit
Classification: Stubborn Pokemon

An uncommon Pokemon, rarely found in the northern forests of Swrairia. They live in packs of at least 50 and will use their numbers to their advantage when defending themselves from predators.
Although very cute and playful, it's not recommended to approach these Pokemon carelessly. If even one of them thinks you mean them harm they will all pounce on you. These Pokemon are almost never by themselves. Only a handful of trainers has managed to catch one. They have a very stubborn disposition and will not necessarily listen to their trainers. ''

ooh, i love those! 😍 thanks :>

looking forward to the others on the list :3

& yeah, i never got around to picking out a evo lv or something.... friendship evo is good :>

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Letlitte
Classification: Timid Pokemon

They are often found just sitting in the trees at the edges of towns. They observe the humans and Pokemon there with great curiosity. A lot of people think they're creepy for doing this.
A Pokemon Professor followed one once and discovered that these Pokemon are actually just very lonely and want to make friends with someone, but are too shy to approach them. They are very timid Pokemon. This Professor still has a trusty Letlitte at her side that they claim is their best friend.

Fuwai
Classification: Bonding Pokemon

A very gentle Pokemon easily influenced by it's surroundings; the more loving the people and Pokemon around it are, the more confident it will become. Likewise, the worse it's treated; the frailer and sicklier it will become. It can even lose its life if those around it don't care about it at all. To protect these Pokemon, anyone who catches one has to register them and be monitored by Pokemon Rangers regularly. To adopt one, a Ranger will come along to your home and observe you and the Fuwai for a month. If you do not treat it properly you will be forced to part ways with it.
Silpup
Classification: Caring Pokemon

A common Pokemon nowadays, but they were once a lot rarer due to lots of Fuwai passing on due to neglect and never evolving. This is what motivated the Pokemon Rangers to regulate who has access to them and they have been thriving ever since. These Pokemon are very kind and caring and are often found taking care of any abandoned Pokemon or children who got lost.
They love to be petted and play around with others. They are not particularly strong, but will determinedly protect their trainer and friends no matter the opponent.

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''Letlitte
Classification: Timid Pokemon

They are often found just sitting in the trees at the edges of towns. They observe the humans and Pokemon there with great curiosity. A lot of people think they're creepy for doing this.
A Pokemon Professor followed one once and discovered that these Pokemon are actually just very lonely and want to make friends with someone, but are too shy to approach them. They are very timid Pokemon. This Professor still has a trusty Letlitte at her side that they claim is their best friend.''

''Fuwai
Classification: Bonding Pokemon

A very gentle Pokemon easily influenced by it's surroundings; the more loving the people and Pokemon around it are, the more confident it will become. Likewise, the worse it's treated; the frailer and sicklier it will become. It can even lose its life if those around it don't care about it at all. To protect these Pokemon, anyone who catches one has to register them and be monitored by Pokemon Rangers regularly. To adopt one, a Ranger will come along to your home and observe you and the Fuwai for a month. If you do not treat it properly you will be forced to part ways with it.''


''Silpup
Classification: Caring Pokemon

A common Pokemon nowadays, but they were once a lot rarer due to lots of Fuwai passing on due to neglect and never evolving. This is what motivated the Pokemon Rangers to regulate who has access to them and they have been thriving ever since. These Pokemon are very kind and caring and are often found taking care of any abandoned Pokemon or children who got lost.
They love to be petted and play around with others. They are not particularly strong, but will determinedly protect their trainer and friends no matter the opponent.''

ooh, i love those! :> thanks :3

looking forward to the others on the list ^.^

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Clopyon
Classification: Hard Worker Pokemon

These Pokemon thrive in the countryside, helping farmers out with their crops in return for a share of it. Growing crops in Swrairia once was quite unreliable and very taxing on the farmers. Ever since the farmers enlisted Clopyon's help, there has steadily been a surplus of produce, which is exported to other regions. The proceeds of this are put into preserving Swrairia's natural resources.
Wild Clopyon live in burrows near farms, but some Clopyon have bonded with farmers enough that they live alongside them in their homes.
Momorashi
Classification: Migratory Pokemon

Found predominantly out in the sea, these Pokemon can rarely be seen on the beaches of Swrairia. They migrate around a lot in search of food, and upon finishing a migration will search for a beach to rest and recover from their journey. They live in big pods comprising multiple families and they all treat each other as such. They have a strong sense of camaraderie and will not leave any of their kind behind. They appoint the task of pod leader to the most vigilant amongst them, who are tasked with keeping an eye on those in their pod, to make sure none stray from the pod.
Shelluttle
Classification: Lakeside Pokemon

Sheluttle live in the various lakes around Swrairia. They live in pairs almost their entire life. They bury their eggs in the shore around the lakes and protect them until they hatch. After hatching they spend a couple weeks teaching their offspring only the very basics, and then leave for another lake. This behavior has nearly resulted in the species' extinction multiple times.
They feed off of various aquatic flowers and insects, but often times don't leave enough behind for the offspring to mature on. These Pokemon are pretty self-absorbed.

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''Clopyon - Classification: Hard Worker Pokemon

These Pokemon thrive in the countryside, helping farmers out with their crops in return for a share of it. Growing crops in Swrairia once was quite unreliable and very taxing on the farmers. Ever since the farmers enlisted Clopyon's help, there has steadily been a surplus of produce, which is exported to other regions. The proceeds of this are put into preserving Swrairia's natural resources.
Wild Clopyon live in burrows near farms, but some Clopyon have bonded with farmers enough that they live alongside them in their homes.''


''Momorashi
Classification: Migratory Pokemon

Found predominantly out in the sea, these Pokemon can rarely be seen on the beaches of Swrairia. They migrate around a lot in search of food, and upon finishing a migration will search for a beach to rest and recover from their journey. They live in big pods comprising multiple families and they all treat each other as such. They have a strong sense of camaraderie and will not leave any of their kind behind. They appoint the task of pod leader to the most vigilant amongst them, who are tasked with keeping an eye on those in their pod, to make sure none stray from the pod.''

Shelluttle
Classification: Lakeside Pokemon

Shelluttle live in the various lakes around Swrairia. They live in pairs almost their entire life. They bury their eggs in the shore around the lakes and protect them until they hatch. After hatching, they spend a couple weeks teaching their offspring only the very basics, and then leave for another lake. This behavior has nearly resulted in the species' extinction multiple times.
They feed off of various aquatic flowers and insects, but often times don't leave enough behind for the offspring to mature on. These Pokemon are pretty self-absorbed.''

ooh, i love those! thanks :>

looking forward to the others on the list :3

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Faytsune
Classification: Frolicking Pokemon

A very skittish Pokemon; they are rarely seen by humans at all. They hide themselves away in the woods and have tunnels everywhere to get around unseen. They love frolicking in the mud and digging. Their tunnel networks are quite extensive as a result. They live primarily off of berries, but if they can catch a small bird Pokemon, they will absolutely go for it. It's not very strong though, so their prey will more often than not fight back and get away.
Latsuji
Classification: Affection Pokemon

Latsuji are very cheery Pokemon, often bleating loudly whenever another person or Pokemon is around, and trying to get close to them. They will rub up against anyone, trying to get them to pet them. If you pet one, the next time you see it it will try to give you something. What this is varies, but in every case it's whatever the Latsuji thinks is currently it's most prized possession. Though small, they display a fierce nature if anything threatens the person or Pokemon they like.

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''Faytsune
Classification: Frolicking Pokemon

A very skittish Pokemon; they are rarely seen by humans at all. They hide themselves away in the woods and have tunnels everywhere to get around unseen. They love frolicking in the mud and digging. Their tunnel networks are quite extensive as a result. They live primarily off of berries, but if they can catch a small bird Pokemon, they will absolutely go for it. It's not very strong though, so their prey will more often than not fight back and get away.''

''Latsuji
Classification: Affection Pokemon

Latsuji are very cheery Pokemon, often bleating loudly whenever another person or Pokemon is around, and trying to get close to them. They will rub up against anyone, trying to get them to pet them. If you pet one, the next time you see it it will try to give you something. What this is varies, but in every case it's whatever the Latsuji thinks is currently it's most prized possession. Though small, they display a fierce nature if anything threatens the person or Pokemon they like.''
i love those! :D
thanks :3

looking forward to the others on the list :>

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Florunk
Classification: Scent Pokemon

These Pokemon are very friendly, but also easily scared by anything they can't see. They are quite fearless to anything they can see though.
Although the scent it creates is considered foul by humans, most Pokemon find it very pleasant and will be attracted to it. They are often used to control big groups of Pokemon and make sure they don't trample any crops or destroy a town, for example. They are commonplace in rural towns.
Xiefluff
Classification: Rowdy Pokemon

A rowdy & playful Pokemon, who often loses sight of it's surroundings while playing. It's a very kind Pokemon with a good heart though, so if it accidentally runs into someone or hurts someone; they will try to apologize one way or another. It depends on the situation, but the most common thing it will try to give you in apology is something it found on the street and considered important; usually items people dropped, such as Potions.
Lulphe
Classification: Mischievous Pokemon

Generally found in muddy fields, these Pokemon love playing in the dirt. Once they're done playing they will head to a nearby body of water and spray themselves clean with water they suck up with their trunks. They can be quite mischievous and hide in the bushes with muddy water in their trunks, ready to spray any unfortunate passersby.
These Pokemon are not very fond of rules and don't like overly strict trainers.
Sarriel
Classification: Caretaker Pokemon

A common woodland Pokemon; they are found abundantly in forests all over Swrairia. These Pokemon hoard berries they find in the forest, but they do not hoard them for themselves. They will generously share what they have if they encounter a hungry Pokemon or person, even if they are left with very little for themselves. They are nicknamed the Caretakers of the Hungry, and it's a common practice in Swriaria to return the favor by leaving any surplus berries you have out in the forest for Sarriel to take.
Nichu
Classification: Fine Nose Pokemon

These Pokemon mainly live in the mountains of Swrairia, where they have many burrows in the ground. They are nocturnal and will come out at night looking for food. They seem to like dairy products the most and will often try to barter with farmers for milk or cheese, with berries and herbs they foraged in the wild. Their keen noses are particularly good at finding medicinal herbs humans often struggle to find themselves.

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''Florunk
Classification: Scent Pokemon

These Pokemon are very friendly, but also easily scared by anything they can't see. They are quite fearless to anything they can see though.
Although the scent it creates is considered foul by humans, most Pokemon find it very pleasant and will be attracted to it. They are often used to control big groups of Pokemon and make sure they don't trample any crops or destroy a town, for example. They are commonplace in rural towns.''


''Xiefluff
Classification: Rowdy Pokemon

A rowdy & playful Pokemon, who often loses sight of it's surroundings while playing. It's a very kind Pokemon with a good heart though, so if it accidentally runs into someone or hurts someone; they will try to apologize one way or another. It depends on the situation, but the most common thing it will try to give you in apology is something it found on the street and considered important; usually items people dropped, such as Potions.''


''Lulphe
Classification: Mischievous Pokemon

Generally found in muddy fields, these Pokemon love playing in the dirt. Once they're done playing they will head to a nearby body of water and spray themselves clean with water they suck up with their trunks. They can be quite mischievous and hide in the bushes with muddy water in their trunks, ready to spray any unfortunate passersby.
These Pokemon are not very fond of rules and don't like overly strict trainers.''


''Sarriel
Classification: Caretaker Pokemon

A common woodland Pokemon; they are found abundantly in forests all over Swrairia. These Pokemon hoard berries they find in the forest, but they do not hoard them for themselves. They will generously share what they have if they encounter a hungry Pokemon or person, even if they are left with very little for themselves. They are nicknamed the Caretakers of the Hungry, and it's a common practice in Swriaria to return the favor by leaving any surplus berries you have out in the forest for Sarriel to take.''


''Nichu
Classification: Fine Nose Pokemon

These Pokemon mainly live in the mountains of Swrairia, where they have many burrows in the ground. They are nocturnal and will come out at night looking for food. They seem to like dairy products the most and will often try to barter with farmers for milk or cheese, with berries and herbs they foraged in the wild. Their keen noses are particularly good at finding medicinal herbs humans often struggle to find themselves.''

ooh, i love those :D thanks :>

looking forward to the others on the list :3

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Welp I got distracted by a couple trades that I had pending... where was I lol

Noopan
Classification: Placid Pokemon

An exotic Pokemon brought over from another region a century ago. These Pokemon are rather placid and often won't even run, even when in mortal danger. They were being poached and faced extinction and were brought to Swrairia to protect them. Their numbers have been slowly, but steadily increasing ever since.
They live in nature reserves guarded by Pokemon rangers. Only trusted trainers such as rangers, gym leaders and champions are allowed to raise them.
Hamwee
Classification: Swift Pokemon

A Pokemon commonly kept by humans with children. They are very easygoing and playful. They like attention and will always work hard to earn your praise.
In the wild these Pokemon live in small groups. They prefer to flee rather than fight, confusing their attackers with swift movements that they practice daily. Some Hamwee travel from town to town, acting not unlike a traveling circus, performing their swift choreography to earn food.
Getting a 'Mature Content' warning for Hamwee's deviant art page btw 🤔

Fluffam
Classification: Delivery Pokemon

These Pokemon are nimble and fast and quite acrobatic. In most major cities you can find these Pokemon racing around the streets delivering mail and smaller packages, while adeptly dodging any and all obstacles. If you want something delivered fast and safely, you should really consider using Fluffam Mail.
In the wild these Pokemon race around forests and caves in search of lost items, which they hope to return to humans in exchange for food.

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popplio25

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''Noopan
Classification: Placid Pokemon

An exotic Pokemon brought over from another region a century ago. These Pokemon are rather placid and often won't even run, even when in mortal danger. They were being poached and faced extinction and were brought to Swrairia to protect them. Their numbers have been slowly, but steadily increasing ever since.
They live in nature reserves guarded by Pokemon rangers. Only trusted trainers such as rangers, gym leaders and champions are allowed to raise them.''

''Hamwee
Classification: Swift Pokemon

A Pokemon commonly kept by humans with children. They are very easygoing and playful. They like attention and will always work hard to earn your praise.
In the wild these Pokemon live in small groups. They prefer to flee rather than fight, confusing their attackers with swift movements that they practice daily. Some Hamwee travel from town to town, acting not unlike a traveling circus, performing their swift choreography to earn food.''




''Fluffam
Classification: Delivery Pokemon

These Pokemon are nimble and fast and quite acrobatic. In most major cities you can find these Pokemon racing around the streets delivering mail and smaller packages, while adeptly dodging any and all obstacles. If you want something delivered fast and safely, you should really consider using Fluffam Mail.
In the wild these Pokemon race around forests and caves in search of lost items, which they hope to return to humans in exchange for food.''
ooh, i love those! :D thanks :>
looking forward to the others on the list :3

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Maibun
Classification: Bored Pokemon

These Pokemon often cause trouble by taking things from humans and other Pokemon and hiding them nearby. It leaves behind a trail of sticks to help it's victim find what it took from them. Only problem is that they leave multiple trails at once, meaning their victims usually find things that were taken from someone else.
These Pokemon mean no harm and are merely bored due to not having anything to do most of the time. Anything that wasn't found will after three days mysteriously re-appear near the entrance of your home.
Pixdle
Classification: Omen Pokemon

Pixdle can tell when a living being is ailing and will start following them around. If you see a single one following you or your Pokemon, make sure you get yourself or it checked out soon. If they started flocking to you however, get to a hospital immediately. The more urgent the ailment, the more will gather around you. While they follow you they will try to help you by giving you medicinal herbs they picked. These Pokemon were once shunned as people thought they were the cause of ailments.
Kekat
Classification: Clumsy Pokemon

A gentle Pokemon who will always try to help people and Pokemon in need. They are unfortunately extremely clumsy however, and will often drop something they're carrying or will get lost trying to get somewhere. Although they mean well and are very affectionate, you're usually better off not relying on them in an emergency.
They are very popular Pokemon in Swrairia nonetheless, due to how kind they are.
Can't seem to find this 'Snowtama' anywhere?

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'' Maibun
Classification: Bored Pokemon

These Pokemon often cause trouble by taking things from humans and other Pokemon and hiding them nearby. It leaves behind a trail of sticks to help it's victim find what it took from them. Only problem is that they leave multiple trails at once, meaning their victims usually find things that were taken from someone else.
These Pokemon mean no harm and are merely bored due to not having anything to do most of the time. Anything that wasn't found will after three days mysteriously re-appear near the entrance of your home.''


''Pixdle
Classification: Omen Pokemon

Pixdle can tell when a living being is ailing and will start following them around. If you see a single one following you or your Pokemon, make sure you get yourself or it checked out soon. If they started flocking to you however, get to a hospital immediately. The more urgent the ailment, the more will gather around you. While they follow you they will try to help you by giving you medicinal herbs they picked. These Pokemon were once shunned as people thought they were the cause of ailments.''


''Kekat
Classification: Clumsy Pokemon

A gentle Pokemon who will always try to help people and Pokemon in need. They are unfortunately extremely clumsy however, and will often drop something they're carrying or will get lost trying to get somewhere. Although they mean well and are very affectionate, you're usually better off not relying on them in an emergency.
They are very popular Pokemon in Swrairia nonetheless, due to how kind they are. ''

i love those! :D thanks :3
looking forward to the others on the list :>

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Shugey
Classification: Unpredictable Pokemon

An odd and unpredictable Pokemon. One moment it will be wanting to be petted by you, then the next it will run off out of the blue. Sometimes it will help people and Pokemon alike who are lost by guiding them out of the forest; other times it will guide them deeper into the forest. It is highly recommended to keep an eye on it's facial expressions: if it's smiling or happy then it's deceiving you, but if it looks worried or serious than it's helping you. This Pokemon does not attack unless provoked.
Kinchick
Classification: Daredevil Pokemon

Commonly found on farms in rural Swrairia, these Pokemon always liven up the place with their antics. They can be seen darting all over the place, performing stunts. They will jump from high places while striking poses they think are cool, for example. They especially love anything with wheels and will confiscate any skateboard or bike they find. If possible they will race against each other. There is an annual event in Swrairia where people take their Kinchick and have them race against each other and watch them do stunts for prizes.
Suglid
Classification: Shiny Collector Pokemon

A rare Pokemon found only in the forests of southern Swrairia. These Pokemon love anything shiny and will take it from you if you have it out in the open. They will wait for a minute to see if you object and if you don't, they will assume you don't mind that they take it and will run off with it. If you indicate for it to be returned to you by holding out your hand to receive it they will return it.
Often after handing it back to you after objecting, they will come up to you multiple times with various odd and ends they wish to trade for your shiny object.
Buglay
Classification: Group Pokemon

These Pokemon always live in groups of five. They appear to have no clear leader and all of them work together to make sure the group survives. They are almost always together.
They are commonly found anywhere with an abundance of flowers, including towns and cities. The flowers that are tended to by Buglay give off a very pleasant fragrance and have more vibrant colors than those that aren't.
They seems to have a friendly relationship with Latjika; they are often seen playing together. They also protect each other if necessary.

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''Shugey
Classification: Unpredictable Pokemon

An odd and unpredictable Pokemon. One moment it will be wanting to be petted by you, then the next it will run off out of the blue. Sometimes it will help people and Pokemon alike who are lost by guiding them out of the forest; other times it will guide them deeper into the forest. It is highly recommended to keep an eye on it's facial expressions: if it's smiling or happy then it's deceiving you, but if it looks worried or serious than it's helping you. This Pokemon does not attack unless provoked.''


''Kinchick
Classification: Daredevil Pokemon

Commonly found on farms in rural Swrairia, these Pokemon always liven up the place with their antics. They can be seen darting all over the place, performing stunts. They will jump from high places while striking poses they think are cool, for example. They especially love anything with wheels and will confiscate any skateboard or bike they find. If possible they will race against each other. There is an annual event in Swrairia where people take their Kinchick and have them race against each other and watch them do stunts for prizes.''

''Suglid
Classification: Shiny Collector Pokemon

A rare Pokemon found only in the forests of southern Swrairia. These Pokemon love anything shiny and will take it from you if you have it out in the open. They will wait for a minute to see if you object and if you don't, they will assume you don't mind that they take it and will run off with it. If you indicate for it to be returned to you by holding out your hand to receive it they will return it.
Often after handing it back to you after objecting, they will come up to you multiple times with various odd and ends they wish to trade for your shiny object.''


''Buglay
Classification: Group Pokemon

These Pokemon always live in groups of five. They appear to have no clear leader and all of them work together to make sure the group survives. They are almost always together.
They are commonly found anywhere with an abundance of flowers, including towns and cities. The flowers that are tended to by Buglay give off a very pleasant fragrance and have more vibrant colors than those that aren't.
They seems to have a friendly relationship with Latjika; they are often seen playing together. They also protect each other if necessary.''

i love those! :D thanks :>

looking forward to the others on the list :3

popplio25

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new post for swraira region pokemon pokedex entries






cleaby
normal type
https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-Plush-Bush-Baby-Pokemon-cleaby-931987076 *done*





nebat
normal/flying type
https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-flying-Plush-Bat-Pokemon-nebat-932082434 *done*








Rutsky
normal/ice type
https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-ice-Plush-Husky-Pokemon-Rutsky-932087383 *done*





safaraffe
normal/grass type
https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-grass-Giraffe-Plush-Pokemon-safaraffe-932722185 *done*




primbit

normal/fairy type *cause hand puppets are fairy-like? *

https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-fairy-Plush-Bunny-Pokemon-primbit-932939838 *done*





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''Shugey
Classification: Unpredictable Pokemon

An odd and unpredictable Pokemon. One moment it will be wanting to be petted by you, then the next it will run off out of the blue. Sometimes it will help people and Pokemon alike who are lost by guiding them out of the forest; other times it will guide them deeper into the forest. It is highly recommended to keep an eye on it's facial expressions: if it's smiling or happy then it's deceiving you, but if it looks worried or serious than it's helping you. This Pokemon does not attack unless provoked.''


''Kinchick
Classification: Daredevil Pokemon

Commonly found on farms in rural Swrairia, these Pokemon always liven up the place with their antics. They can be seen darting all over the place, performing stunts. They will jump from high places while striking poses they think are cool, for example. They especially love anything with wheels and will confiscate any skateboard or bike they find. If possible they will race against each other. There is an annual event in Swrairia where people take their Kinchick and have them race against each other and watch them do stunts for prizes.''

''Suglid
Classification: Shiny Collector Pokemon

A rare Pokemon found only in the forests of southern Swrairia. These Pokemon love anything shiny and will take it from you if you have it out in the open. They will wait for a minute to see if you object and if you don't, they will assume you don't mind that they take it and will run off with it. If you indicate for it to be returned to you by holding out your hand to receive it they will return it.
Often after handing it back to you after objecting, they will come up to you multiple times with various odd and ends they wish to trade for your shiny object.''


''Buglay
Classification: Group Pokemon

These Pokemon always live in groups of five. They appear to have no clear leader and all of them work together to make sure the group survives. They are almost always together.
They are commonly found anywhere with an abundance of flowers, including towns and cities. The flowers that are tended to by Buglay give off a very pleasant fragrance and have more vibrant colors than those that aren't.
They seems to have a friendly relationship with Latjika; they are often seen playing together. They also protect each other if necessary.''

i made a new post above, cause the list was getting a bit long :3


looking forward to it :>

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Cleaby
Classification: Emotional Relief Pokemon

A kind Pokemon who can detect negative feelings in other creatures from far away and will seek them out. When it finds them it then hugs them and all the negative feelings will be absorbed by it. The negative feelings absorbed by it will serve as it's sustenance.
These Pokemon are pretty uncommon and as such are constantly moving around to help others.
Nebat
Classification: Taunting Pokemon

A smug Pokemon that likes to taunt those that can't fly by taking things from them and dangling them just out of reach. They are not particularly bright and easily tricked though: just hold out a random pebble and act like it's important and it will take that instead. Alternatively, acting like whatever it took from you is not important to you will also work. These Pokemon are commonly found in dense forests and dark alleyways. They are solitary Pokemon.

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''Cleaby
Classification: Emotional Relief Pokemon

A kind Pokemon who can detect negative feelings in other creatures from far away and will seek them out. When it finds them, it then hugs them and all the negative feelings will be absorbed by it. The negative feelings absorbed by it will serve as it's sustenance.
These Pokemon are pretty uncommon and as such are constantly moving around to help others.''


''Nebat
Classification: Taunting Pokemon

A smug Pokemon that likes to taunt those that can't fly by taking things from them and dangling them just out of reach. They are not particularly bright and easily tricked though: just hold out a random pebble and act like it's important and it will take that instead. Alternatively, acting like whatever it took from you is not important to you will also work. These Pokemon are commonly found in dense forests and dark alleyways. They are solitary Pokemon.''

ooh, i love those :D
thanks :>

looking forward to the others on the list :3

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Rutsky
Classification: Devious Pokemon

A Pokemon that thrives in the colder areas of Swrairia. They tend to stick to the mountains and only come down if they can't find enough food or water.
They live in packs of no more than ten. They might look adorable, but if you encounter any, keep an eye on your food. They will not hesitate to take food from others if they are hungry enough. They usually have a member of their pack distract their target with their cuteness, while the others silently take all it's food.
Safaraffe
Classification: Warm Temperature Pokemon

A Pokemon not native to Swairia. It is said to have migrated to Southern Swrairia centuries ago. The rest of Swrairia is too cold for them and they will grow ill if the area is too cold. Although they can go without food for days on end, they regularly forget to eat, so most people keep an eye on them.
These Pokemon will clumsily chase after anything that moves. They are not very fast however; if they can't keep up with whatever they are chasing they will get sad and demotivated.
Primbit
Classification: Roaming Musician Pokemon

Primbit are solitary Pokemon that move from town to town in the countryside, playing drums made of various vegetables with their carrot drum sticks. They imbue their vegetable instruments with an odd aura that lets them produce rather odd, but very pleasant sounds. They play their songs for the entire town hoping to earn more vegetables in return, both to replace their current instruments when necessary and to make sure they have food.
Drummer bunny in the house +_+

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the swrairia region pokedex entries








apriie

water type *it gets to be the water starter ^^ *
first stage

https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/water-Plush-Frog-Pokemon-apriie-933062382 *done*




tafbe
normal/ground type
https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-ground-Type-Plush-Bear-Pokemon-tafbe-933190447 *done*









codear
normal type
https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/normal-plush-raindeer-pokemon-codear-935267393 *done*




feahirp
normal/flying type
pre-evo of letlitte

https://www.deviantart.com/akarifan25/art/Normal-flying-Plush-Bird-Pokemon-feahirp-935272757 *done*

popplio25

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''Rutsky
Classification: Devious Pokemon

A Pokemon that thrives in the colder areas of Swrairia. They tend to stick to the mountains and only come down if they can't find enough food or water.
They live in packs of no more than ten. They might look adorable, but if you encounter any, keep an eye on your food. They will not hesitate to take food from others if they are hungry enough. They usually have a member of their pack distract their target with their cuteness, while the others silently take all it's food.''

''Safaraffe
Classification: Warm Temperature Pokemon

A Pokemon not native to Swairia. It is said to have migrated to Southern Swrairia centuries ago. The rest of Swrairia is too cold for them and they will grow ill if the area is too cold. Although they can go without food for days on end, they regularly forget to eat, so most people keep an eye on them.
These Pokemon will clumsily chase after anything that moves. They are not very fast however; if they can't keep up with whatever they are chasing they will get sad and demotivated.''

''Primbit
Classification: Roaming Musician Pokemon

Primbit are solitary Pokemon that move from town to town in the countryside, playing drums made of various vegetables with their carrot drum sticks. They imbue their vegetable instruments with an odd aura that lets them produce rather odd, but very pleasant sounds. They play their songs for the entire town hoping to earn more vegetables in return, both to replace their current instruments when necessary and to make sure they have food. ''
ooh, i love those! :D

thanks :3

looking forward to the others on the list :>

*i made a new post for it above this*

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Apriie
Classification: Lazing Pokemon

A common sight all around Swrairia; wherever there is water, these Pokemon will be found lazing about. They lie about as silently as possible and wait for Bug Pokemon to come near, which they will grab with their tongue once they are close enough. A single Buglay will keep it fed for a week.
These Pokemon are mainly numerous due to how long they live, and them having a very unappealing taste to predatory Pokemon.

Tafbe
Classification: Bossy Pokemon

These Pokemon see themselves as the boss of those around them. They will get increasingly irritated if their orders are ignored and may end up going on a rampage. Always give them what they want however, and they will become increasingly more unreasonable with their demands. The trick to getting along with them is striking a careful balance between the two. They are very protective of those that follow their orders, even if it was only once.

Codear
Classification: Gift Delivery Pokemon

These Pokemon are often used to deliver presents to someone. It is an intelligent Pokemon who will understand any instructions you give it; tell them where to go and what the recipient looks like and they will find them without fail. It is customary to give them some food and water for the road, as these Pokemon will be so focused on completing their delivery that they will otherwise neglect to eat and drink.

Feahirp
Classification: Abandoned Pokemon

Feahirp are abandoned by their parents the moment their eggs start to hatch. After eating the food that's been left for them, they will have to set out on their own. With Letlitte nests always being high up in trees overlooking cliffs, they are forced to learn how to fly fast. Most Feahirp don't survive setting out.
Having never known the affection provided by a parent or sibling, these Pokemon distance themselves from others and follow a harsh and lonely path.

More 'Mature Content' warnings on DeviantArt asking me to log in to view lol.

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popplio25

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''Apriie
Classification: Lazing Pokemon

A common sight all around Swrairia; wherever there is water, these Pokemon will be found lazing about. They lie about as silently as possible and wait for Bug Pokemon to come near, which they will grab with their tongue once they are close enough. A single Buglay will keep it fed for a week.
These Pokemon are mainly numerous due to how long they live, and them having a very unappealing taste to predatory Pokemon.''

''Tafbe
Classification: Bossy Pokemon

These Pokemon see themselves as the boss of those around them. They will get increasingly irritated if their orders are ignored and may end up going on a rampage. Always give them what they want however, and they will become increasingly more unreasonable with their demands. The trick to getting along with them is striking a careful balance between the two. They are very protective of those that follow their orders, even if it was only once.''

''Codear
Classification: Gift Delivery Pokemon

These Pokemon are often used to deliver presents to someone. It is an intelligent Pokemon who will understand any instructions you give it; tell them where to go and what the recipient looks like and they will find them without fail. It is customary to give them some food and water for the road, as these Pokemon will be so focused on completing their delivery that they will otherwise neglect to eat and drink.''

''Feahirp
Classification: Abandoned Pokemon

Feahirp are abandoned by their parents the moment their eggs start to hatch. After eating the food that's been left for them, they will have to set out on their own. With Letlitte nests always being high up in trees overlooking cliffs, they are forced to learn how to fly fast. Most Feahirp don't survive setting out.
Having never known the affection provided by a parent or sibling, these Pokemon distance themselves from others and follow a harsh and lonely path.''
i love those ^^ thanks :>

looking forward to the others on the list :3