The Shock-Burn Pokémon
Pyrrel is generally regarded as being phenomenally territorial, but this isn't the complete picture. It will participate in intricate social structures in the wild, with clearly defined hierarchies of status reaching across multiple local families. When Pyrrel establish mated pairs with other species, this can result in elaborate social web stretching across whole ecosystems. Pyrrel's internal fire generation is incredibly sophisticated, even by the standards of most Fire Types. The methods it uses to generate elecrtic charge is less so, but its ability to store charge for protracted periods of time makes up for this.
Pyrrel is of both the Fire and Electric Types. It is resistant to the Bug, Fairy, Fire, Grass, Ice, Steel, Electric, and Flying Types. It is weak to the Rock and Water Types, and particularly weak to the Ground Type. It is commonly possess the ability Blaze, which increases the strength of Fire-Type moves in a pinch, but may on rare occasions possess the ability Solar Power, which increases Special Attack in sunny weather, but while harming the Pokémon in question over time. Pyrrel is very fast, with very high non-physical offensive power. Its physical strength is fairly limited, however, and it is generally regarded as being somewhat frail. Pyrrel is a quadruped, and each of its legs ends in three long toes, and can use those on their forelimbs to manipulate objects. It has a long nose, which is sensitive and can detect a wide array of scents. The organs it uses to generate fire internally are sophisticated even by the standards of most Fire Types, and it has a very long, bushy tail, which it uses to generate and store electrical charge.
Genetics and Reproduction
Pyrrel mate for life, the interconnecting web of families formed by their mated pairs serving as the bedrock for extensive social systems. Pyrrel belongs to the Field Egg Group. Eggs laid by female Pyrrels hatch into young 004 Pyrew.
Growth Rate & Stages
Dietary Needs and Habits
In the wild, Pyrrel subsists primarily on a diet of seeds, nuts, fruit, and small plants. For reasons not yet fully understood, Pyrrel in the care of trainers express great fondness for baked goods of all kinds.
Pyrrel, as well as its pre-evolutions Pyrew and Pyvol, are considered critically endangered, as defined by the Transregional Convention on the Protection of Pokémon Species (the Convention). This was declared in a joint statement by the Pokémon League of the Arvent Region and the Transregional Pokémon Ranger Corps at the Seventh Annual Joint Conference for the Preservation of the Arbent Region. The reason for their endangered status was attributed to habitat loss as a result of urbanization in the Arvent Region. As per the Convention, Pyrew, Pyvol, and Pyvrelle may not be caught in the wild, and those bred in captivity may only enter the care of a trainer with the approval of an accredited Pokémon Professor. Their remaining habitats exist far from human settlement, but are nevertheless protected from development and resource extraction, as per the terms of the Convention.
54 - 61 cm (21.26 - 24.02 in.)
30 - 36 kg (66.14 - 79.37 lbs.)
122 - 144 cm (48.03 - 56.69 in.)
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