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Aggron are very large, very defensive terrestrial omnivores. Aggron young, hereafter referred to as Aron, live largely in cave ecosystems. They have very large eyes for their build and are most often found hiding in crevices. They lack the offensive capability of their older counterparts. As the Aron grow, the juvenile state is called Lairon. Though Lairon share the same susceptibility to attacks from more advanced elemental Pokemon, their hide has greatly thickened, even growing sail like forms on its back to appear larger and more of a threat. Lairon are most frequently spotted in the open air caves that often surround the regional Pokemon Leagues. A full grown Aggron is a sight to behold, and an extremely rare one at that. Aggrons in the age of Pokemon training are generally only seen under a trainer's command, they were once thought of as demons and any full grown specimen was tracked and hunted. Aggron is thought to be the modern relative of the extinct Bastiodon. Geodudes, an unfortunately abundant species often use large Pokemon as a means of transport, Aggron is no exception. A Golem mother can yield a clutch of nearly 50 young Geodudes, many trainers have stepped on young Geodudes thinking them no different than rocks. Durants are just big ants made of metal and are mean to everyone.


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:icongreenha:
GreenHa Featured By Owner 3 days ago
"Aggron is thought to be the modern relative of the extinct Bastiodon"
I thought the same thing since gen. 4
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mariogman25 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  New member
"A Golem mother can yield a clutch of nearly 50 young Geodudes" ...Is that supposed to be a reference to that weird Frog/toad that can give birth through their back?
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thelakotanoid1 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Hobbyist
why are the geodudes like frogs?
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Derp2425 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Because why NOT!?
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:iconthelakotanoid1:
thelakotanoid1 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist
because geodudes look nothing like frogs....

and well, wynaut?
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JuuxMiko Featured By Owner Edited Nov 21, 2014
 "Durants are just big ants made of metal and are mean to everyone."
This is my favourite thing you have ever write ever.
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Diloporaptor Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
All of this awesome flavor text and then: "Durants are just big ants made of metal and are mean to everyone."

Its Beautiful *tear*
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Baranguirus Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014
I really like the idea of Geodude as a toad. Heck, it would be an even better design than the real one, which is just Prf. Oak's face photoshopped on a rock with hands...
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Turtledragon2001 Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Cool dinosaur look! :D
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harryhaunter123 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014  New member
Guys, everyone thinks of Pokemon differently, ad the "frogs" are what he pictured geodude to look like.Llama Emoji-48 (I'm Cool with Mah Sunglasses) [V2] 
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