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A Rogue Pokémon is a term coined for a group of Pokémon species that are usually found to be antagonistic to people of their own merit, or usually teaming up with villanous teams.

The term was coined by Professor Magnolia, in that usually, some people or teams may pollute the idealism of humans to a Pokémon species, which filters through the species in large numbers across regions or even the world. While it doesn't mean the whole species is antagonistic, those Pokémon are often seem to be stereotyped into the same category. Similarly, this maybe through the species itself and its feelings towards how its treated by humans, or fellow Pokémon alike. These Pokémon are wild, making their actions their own and not of that of a Trainers. While Trainers may influence this, they differ from Pokémon used by villanous people.


Rogue Species

As stated in her research, Professor Magnolia reiterates that these species are not inherintly evil or antagonistic as a whole, but due to different situations or personality traits within them, it occurs to a majority percentage to the species, which is what gives them the status as a Rogue Species.


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Rattata Dark Normal
Night after night, they sneak into people's homes seeking food. A massive outbreak of them has become an issue of public concern.
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Raticate Dark Normal
It forms a group of Rattata, which it assumes command of. Each group has its own territory, and disputes over food happen often.
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Beedrill Bug Poison
Beedrill is extremely territorial. No one should ever approach its nest - this is for their own safety. If angered, they will attack in a furious swarm.
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Ekans Poison Poison
Moves silently and stealthily. Eats the eggs of birds, such as Pidgey and Spearow, whole.
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Arbok Poison Poison
To intimidate foes, it spreads its chest wide and makes eerie sounds by expelling air from its mouth. This Pokémon is terrifically strong in order to constrict things with its body.
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Zubat Poison Flying
Zubat avoids sunlight because exposure causes it to become unhealthy. During the daytime, it stays in caves or under the eaves of old houses, sleeping while hanging upside down.
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Golbat Poison Flying
Golbat bites down on prey with its four fangs and drinks the victim's blood. It becomes active on inky dark moonless nights, flying around to attack people and Pokémon.
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