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Day 43: Rock/Ghost
Gasharcc -> Uzumoloch
Now, I love me some fossil Pokémon, but one thing that has always sorta bugged me about them is that often they just seem to be ordinary prehistoric animals with a few bells and whistles tacked on. And the thing about Pokémon is…well, Pokémon are really weird. You have things like psychic embryos encased in protoplasm, semi-sentient haunted exoskeletons, and stone pillars that disguise themselves as organic life.
All right, let’s see what I can do.
Gasharcc are naturally occurring sources of dimensional instability, with bits of them constantly warping in and out of existence. Though their natural habitat seems to have been the ocean, the fossil record indicates that they could survive just as easily on land, or even phased inside of solid objects. Gasharcc were sources of great confusion to paleontologists, as they would occasionally teleport themselves and small chunks of their habitat into distant locations, creating seeming errors in the fossil record in the process.
Sections of Uzumoloch’s body are composed of ultradense matter, giving it the ability to generate micro-black holes. Uzumoloch use their natural gravitational field in order to draw in prey, creating massive whirlpools in the process when at sea. Uzumoloch fossils are fairly easy to find, as their bodies create dramatic impact on the surrounding landscape. This is useful, as small shards of ultradense matter collected from their remains were used as a fuel source for early Poké Balls.
Gasharcc and Uzumoloch are based on the prehistoric, spiral-jawed shark known as Helicoprion, as well as the works of possibly deranged manga artist Junji Ito.
Their ability is Storm Drain. I haven’t really decided whether to give them a hidden ability or not.

Day 43: Rock/Ghost

Gasharcc -> Uzumoloch

Now, I love me some fossil Pokémon, but one thing that has always sorta bugged me about them is that often they just seem to be ordinary prehistoric animals with a few bells and whistles tacked on. And the thing about Pokémon is…well, Pokémon are really weird. You have things like psychic embryos encased in protoplasm, semi-sentient haunted exoskeletons, and stone pillars that disguise themselves as organic life.

All right, let’s see what I can do.

Gasharcc are naturally occurring sources of dimensional instability, with bits of them constantly warping in and out of existence. Though their natural habitat seems to have been the ocean, the fossil record indicates that they could survive just as easily on land, or even phased inside of solid objects. Gasharcc were sources of great confusion to paleontologists, as they would occasionally teleport themselves and small chunks of their habitat into distant locations, creating seeming errors in the fossil record in the process.

Sections of Uzumoloch’s body are composed of ultradense matter, giving it the ability to generate micro-black holes. Uzumoloch use their natural gravitational field in order to draw in prey, creating massive whirlpools in the process when at sea. Uzumoloch fossils are fairly easy to find, as their bodies create dramatic impact on the surrounding landscape. This is useful, as small shards of ultradense matter collected from their remains were used as a fuel source for early Poké Balls.

Gasharcc and Uzumoloch are based on the prehistoric, spiral-jawed shark known as Helicoprion, as well as the works of possibly deranged manga artist Junji Ito.

Their ability is Storm Drain. I haven’t really decided whether to give them a hidden ability or not.

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