Pidgey
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Pidgey, #064, Tiny Bird Pokemon
Typing: Normal.jpgFlying.jpg
Height: 1'0" (Head to toe)
Weight: 4 lbs.
Length: 1' (Head to tail)
Width: 4'6" (Wingspan)
Egg Group: Flying
Diet: Pidgey are omnivores. They eat both seeds as well as any small mammals or insects they may catch. They are famous for devouring Caterpie.
Characteristics: Pidgey are a small bird, covered in brown and white feathers. While they lack the size, strength, or cunning of many other Pokemon, they make up for it with their speed of flight. Pidgey can fly extremely agilely, allowing them to shake off potential predators or even make a surprise attack. Pidgey attack through two common methods; their sharp claws or an enhanced Pakrian affinity for air-focused attacks. Both of these are dangerous, giving the Pokemon a better way to fend of its enemies. Finally, Pidgey are possessed of an amazing sense of direction. They seem to have a map in their head, allowing them to unerringly return to any location they've ever been.
Behavior: Pidgey are quite docile. They will rarely assault a trainer, instead preferring to observe or flee. Despite their lack of hostility towards humans, Pidgey are quite prodigious hunters for their small stature. Caterpie and Weedle quite often fall victim to their sharp talons and powerful gusts. They are quite easy to train as a Pidgey; they are not inherently vicious in this stage and are actually quite tame. While this temperment remains while a Pidgey, after evolution they quickly become more and more vicious, becoming the pinnacle of hunters.
Habitat: Pidgey can be found throughout the world, inhabiting almost every corner of its vast expanse.
Population: Pidgey are extremely common. They can commonly be found in small groups of four to eight.
Relation with other Pokemon: Pidgey prey upon Caterpie and Weedle and are commonly found battling Spearow for hunting land.
In the World: Pidgey are seen as a nuisance by many experienced trainers. They are too weak to provide valuable training and too common to do anything useful. Fortunately they are quite docile, making them a popular choice of new trainers. They are also commonly used in communication; their high speed and inner compass make them perfect for delivering letters.
Lifespan: Pidgey commonly live for about seven years.
Egg: A Pidgey Egg is small, making it possible for multiple to exist in a small area. They are about four inches tall and three across.
Breeding: Pidgey are unable to breed until they are sufficiently mature. This commonly means around Power Level 20 or when they evolve. Pidgey prefer to mate with birds, and require a large open area for the act of breeding.

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