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The Gyarados of Grimmsworld
CUDDLEPOO
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HEIGHT:  0’8”
WEIGHT:  0.2 lbs.
ABILITIES:  Suction Cups, Color Change
HP:  55
Attack:  35
Defense:  10
Special Attack:  35
Special Defense:  55
Speed:  120
Charm  (—)
Octazooka  (5)
Attract  (10)
Bubble  (15)
Baby-Doll Eyes  (20)
Evolves into Kraikju at level 25
 
KRAIKJU
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HEIGHT:  47’7”
WEIGHT:  6,431 lbs.
ABILITIES:  Intimidate, Sheer Force
HP:  195
Attack:  95
Defense:  250
Special Attack:  125
Special Defense:  250
Speed:  95
Screech  (Evo.)
Iron Defense  (28)
Iron Head  (31)
Wrap  (34)
Heavy Slam  (37)
Metal Sound  (40)
Bide  (43)
Withdraw  (46)
Pursuit  (49)
Razor Shell  (52)
King’s Shi
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The Paleozoic Icons That Never Were, GLE
When one thinks “Paleozoic Era”, we’d usually think of the very alien-looking trilobites and terror-shrimps, and they were among many to be considered icons of that geological volume in the Phanerozoic Eon.  Indeed, that may be the case back home, but not on Great Lakes Earth.
 
542 million years ago, the Drumian period began with a bang.  Between now and 750 million years ago, one old species evolved into one new one every ten million years on average.  Now, one old species could become a dozen new ones every one million years.  As with the Cambrian Explosion back home, the origin of the Drumian Explosion was shrouded in mystery.  However the Explosion happened, it really was an explosion in the ecological sense.  It brought about trilobites, marrellomorphs, dinocarids, brachiopods, bryozoans, lobopods, cheliceratans, homalozoans, crinoids, paracrinoids, cystoids, blastoids, stars, urchins, cucumbers, brachiopods, gastropods, cephal
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Pantheridae, Great Lakes Earth
From shady Nimravus stalking the forests of Europe 60 million years ago, we see the first stage of transforming one of the European species of weasel-like Miacis into the order Feliformia.  15 million years later, Nimravus would branch out into the feliforms we’d recognize—cats (Felidae, Pantheridae, Machairodontidae), mongeese (Herpestidae, Mungotidae), hyenas (Hyaenidae, Ictitheriidae, Protelidae), linsang (Prionodontidae) and civets (Hemigalinae, Paradoxurinae, Viverridae).  36 million years ago, the feliforms would butt heads with the approaching caniforms on their crossing to Asia and North America, and between 32 and 26 million years ago, they would colonize Africa.
 
Back home, the “roaring cats” come in only two genera—Panthera and Neofelis.  But on Great Lakes Earth, they come in four—Panthera, Leo, Tigris and Onca.  There are nine species of the genus
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Lakes Chad and Congo
Two of Great Lakes Earth’s largest lakes, Chad and Congo in central Africa, are certainly big enough to make Africa the cradle not just of humanity but civilization, too.  With them in existence, daily survival could become transformed into a stable culture.  It may have been the center of an ancient empire that, if one transdimensional historian’s theory is correct, was at its height roughly 20,000 years ago but collapsed between 10,000 and 13,000 years ago.  North Africa did have some evidence to verify that theory in the form of weathered ruins, but too few of them have not been buried by water or vegetation.  The largest and most conspicuous of the surviving evidence is a pyramidal shape 2,004 feet tall and covering an area of 16 million cubic feet, yet we have found not heiroglyphs but cuneiform writing on the wall.  Today, we are still digging deep to see where the analogies to Egypt end and those to Sumer begin.  Was the pyramid a tomb,
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Solar System of Great Lakes Earth
Alternate Earth 111, known colloquially as “Great Lakes Earth”, orbits the sun from a distance of 93 million miles.  It itself is orbited by a single moon.  Its equatorial diameter is 7,917.5 miles.  17% of its overall volume makes up its core.  Its outer crust, rich in oxygen and silicon, is three miles at the thinnest and 30 at the thickest.  It is the only planet in its system as far as we know that supports life.  That’s pretty much the end of the similarities between Earth and AE111.
 
All the heavy elements we’d find back home, which includes iron, we can find in greatest quantity—perhaps quality as well—inside Great Lakes Earth’s spherical, 760-mile-wide core.  Iron is still the predominant metal of the core, but it has a higher quantity—and perhaps quality—than back home, which would prove useful in the evolution of the magnetic field and steel.
 
If one from back home were t
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The Basic History of Great Lakes Earth's Flora
Four-and-a-half billion years ago, after 500 million years of unrelenting crashes and bombardments, life had the chance to evolve on Great Lakes Earth, but the world it would start in would be hostile to us.  95% of the planet’s surface was a vast ocean, with the rest being basaltic islands that could not keep up against the constantly pounding waves.  Carbon dioxide made up a quarter of the planet’s atmosphere, turning the atmosphere a vivid blood-red.  And the global ocean was so full of iron that it would have glowed a deep, dark-green sheen.  Yet, this is where and when the first single-celled organisms would have thrived.  They would have been photosynthetic, absorbing energy from sunlight and turning carbon dioxide into food.
 
Four billion years ago, the global ocean was being challenged.  A new kind of rock popped out of the surface that combined toughness with lightness.  This rock was granite, but not OUR granite.  The
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Grimmsworld is a region where the two most popular types are Dragon and Fairy, where all pokemon are dual-types, where legendary trios are ghosts!  Here is the Pokedex so far:

 

    1.     ???  (Grass/Ice)

    2.     ???  (Grass/Ice)

    3.     ???  (Grass/Ice)

    4.     Newtorch  (Fire/Rock)

    5.     Magmadile  (Fire/Rock)

    6.     Salamonster  (Fire/Rock)

    7.     ???  (Water/Ground)

    8.     ???  (Water/Ground)

    9.     ???  (Water/Ground)

    10. Murkrow  (Dark/Flying)

    11. Honchcrow  (Dark/Flying)

    12. Stunky  (Poison/Dark)

    13. Skuntank  (Poison/Dark)

    14. ??? (Fairy/Flying)

    15. ???  (Fairy/Flying)

    16. ???  (Fairy/Flying)

    17. ???  (Fighting/Steel)

    18. ???  (Fighting/Steel)

    19. ???  (Bug/Poison)

    20. ???  (Bug/Dark)

    21. Gastly  (Ghost/Dark)

    22. Haunter  (Ghost/Dark)

    23. Gengar  (Ghost/Dark)

    24. Noibat  (Flying/Dragon)

    25. Noivern  (Flying/Dragon)

    26. Mimikyu  (Ghost/Fairy)

    27. Aron  (Steel/Rock)

    28. Lairon  (Steel/Rock)

    29. Aggron  (Steel/Rock)

    30. ???  (Poison/Dark)

    31. ???  (Poison/Dark)

    32. ???  (Poison/Dark)

    33. Onix  (Rock/Ground)

    34. Steelix  (Rock/Ground)

    35. Houndour  (Dark/Fire)

    36. Houndoom  (Dark/Fire)

    37. Cubone  (Ground/Knight)

    38. Marowak  (Ground/Knight)

    39. ???  (Dragon/Normal)

    40. ???  (Dragon/Water)

    41. ???  (Dragon/Fire)

    42. ???  (Dragon/Electric)

    43. ???  (Dragon/Grass)

    44. ???  (Dragon/Rock)

    45. ???  (Dragon/Fairy)

    46. ???  (Dragon/Ice)

    47. ???  (Dragon/Dark)

    48. Mawile  (Steel/Fairy)

    49. Sableye  (Dark/Ghost)

    50. Rotom  (Electric/Ghost)

    51. Skarmory  (Steel/Flying)

    52. ???  (Ghost/Knight)

    53. ???  (Water/Dark)

    54. ???  (Water/Steel)

    55. Wilhaunt  (Dark/Poison)

    56. Johaunt  (Dark/Steel)

    57. Ralts  (Psychic/Fairy)

    58. Kirlia  (Psychic/Fairy)

    59. Gardevoir  (Psychic/Fairy)

    60. Gallade  (Psychic/Fairy)

    61. Lunatone  (Rock/Psychic)

    62. Solrock  (Rock/Psychic)

    63. Velvant  (Bug/Poison)

    64. Samurasp  (Bug/Knight)

    65. Daimyornet  (Bug/Knight)

    66. Bronzor  (Steel/Psychic)

    67. Bronzong  (Steel/Psychic)

    68. Kabuto  (Rock/Water)

    69. Kabutops  (Rock/Water)

    70. Anorith  (Rock/Bug)

    71. Armaldo  (Rock/Bug)

    72. Omanyte  (Rock/Water)

    73. Omastar  (Rock/Water)

    74. Aerodactyl  (Rock/Flying)

    75. Relicanth  (Water/Rock)

    76. ???  (Rock/Dark)

    77. ???  (Rock/Dark)

    78. ???  (Rock/Fighting)

    79. ???  (Rock/Fighting)

    80. Squamarine  (Water/Dragon)

    81. Monitorrent  (Water/Dragon)

    82. Spinosurf  (Water/Dragon)

    83. Lapras  (Water/Ice)

    84. Snover  (Grass/Ice)

    85. Abomasnow  (Grass/Ice)

    86. Sneasel  (Dark/Ice)

    87. Weavile  (Dark/Ice)

    88. Meditite  (Fighting/Psychic)

    89. Medicham  (Fighting/Psychic)

    90. Marshadow  (Fighting/Ghost)

    91. Phantump  (Ghost/Grass)

    92. Trevenant  (Ghost/Grass)

    93. ???  (Grass/Fairy)

    94. ???  (Grass/Fairy)

    95. Pumpkaboo  (Grass/Fairy)

    96. Gourgeist  (Grass/Fairy)

    97. ???  (Dark/Poison)

    98. ???  (Bug/Ice)

    99. ???  (Bug/Ice)

    100.                Bakool  (Dark/Fairy)

    101.                Nuetmare  (Dark/Fairy)

    102.                Cockaterror  (Rock/Flying)

    103.                Meductress  (Rock/Dark)

    104.                Wyvicious  (Dragon/Poison)

    105.                Hydrackle  (Poison/Water)

    106.                ???  (Knight/Flying)

    107.                ???  (Knight/Flying)

    108.                Pegasteady  (Fairy/Flying)

    109.                ???  (Fairy/Flying)

    110.                ???  (Electric/Flying)

    111.                ???  (Fire/Flying)

    112.                Bisoldier  (Dark/Knight)

    113.                Oranguru  (Knight/Psychic)

    114.                Djinnius  (Fire/Psychic)

    115.                Heatran  (Fire/Steel)

    116.                Numel  (Fire/Ground)

    117.                Camerupt  (Fire/Ground)

    118.                ???

    119.                ???

    120.                ???

    121.                ???

    122.                ???

    123.                ???

    124.                ???

    125.                ???

    126.                ???

    127.                ???

    128.                ???

    129.                ???

    130.                ???

    131.                ???

    132.                ???

    133.                ???

    134.                ???

    135.                ???

    136.                ???  (Water/Dark)

    137.                ???  (Water/Dark)

    138.                ???

    139.                ???

    140.                ???

    141.                ???

    142.                ???

    143.                ???

    144.                ???

    145.                Fenrott  (Ghost/Ground)

    146.                Kaernk  (Ghost/Water)

    147.                Tytukh  (Ghost/Flying)

    148.                Obsidius  (Rock/Ground)

    149.                Krystallak  (Rock/Ice)

    150.                ???  (Knight/Ghost)



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yeah I use some easy net paint and some other's it's that quick but I took my time 
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