Magnemite, #127, Magnet Pokemon
Typing: Electric.jpgSteel.jpg
Height: 1'
Weight: 13.2 lbs
Length: 1'
Width: 1'
Egg Group: Mineral
Diet: Magnemite are nullivores. they don't even need to recharge, as each is basically a living battery.
Characteristics: Magnemite come in all shapes and sizes due to their use as a battery. The size given is for a typical combat model, but the physical description works for almost all of them. Magnemite are almost perfectly spherical with a large optic sensor at the front, somewhat resembling an eye. On either side of the sphere are mangets that provide the elctromagnetic field that both allow the Magnemite to float as well as resembling the inherent kinetic field that all Pokemon and humans can use to block certain types of attacks. The loose "screws," as they are often called on a Magneite, are actually the electronic conductors that Magnemite use to channel their attacks. Only the combat models can channel strikes powerful enough to count as true attacks, but even the basic battery models have some capabilities. Unfortunately, only the combat models are capable of movement.
Behavior: Magnemite act, simply, as a robot. Most are conditioned to recognize a certain person as a master of sorts. Upon becoming linked, they will follow any command to the best of their ability. They are rather simple, so commands must be at least somewhat simplistic. Due to recognizing their owner, Magnemite are hard to control. The owner may designate other Trainers that the Magnemite can listen too, but they will not respond to commands of any other. As such, it is extremely difficult to steal a Magnemite. While some know the methods to "hack" one and change who it recognizes, the services aren't cheap.
Habitat: Magnemite can commonly be found hooked up to some sort of wires, usually feeding into electric devices. Combat models have no true habitat, unless the Pokeballs of rich trainers counts.
Population: Magnemite, unlike most Pokemon, don't breed. Instead they are made, which means the population is tightly controlled. Those other than Silph Co. that manage to make Magnemite often have unfortunate accidents.
Relation with other Pokemon: Magnemite are often used to defend against Wilds, and as such most will either flee, recognizing how strong they are, or attack, connecting Magnemite with human population.
In the World: Smaller Magemite are commonly used as batteries and larger ones as generators. Only combat models are used for battle, and are expensive enough that only rich trainers can afford to use one.
Lifespan: Magnemite live as long as their parts, which has rumored to be indefinitely.
Egg: Magnemite can only create additional copies of their specific type. Combat Magnemite, for example, make combat Magnemite. The "Egg" is about half the size of an adult, and in reality is many small parts that assemple themselves into a fully functional Magnemite.
Breeding: Magnemite actually have processing power to create additional copies of itself. It may only "breed" with other Magnemite, but when done the beginnings of a new Magnemite have been made.

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