Can you tell me about the Cyndaquil line please? Thank you!
Typhlosion are actually quite inattentive parents. A mother Typhlosion will lay her eggs in a warm volcanic spot, then prowl the area until they hatch. Only rarely do the Cyndaquil hatch when she is around, and once they do, she disappears to leave them to fend for themselves. Luckily, Cyndaquil are very self-sufficient, and will help their nestmates to get food and shelter.
Send me a ◓➥ to hear one of my character’s pokemon give an opinion about your trainer.
Her ears flicked forward and then back. She was so confused.
…! I… get that same urge when I meet strong pokemon, but… He’s a human!
She rubbed her head. Friendly and sweet as she was, she was having trouble figuring out this friend of the family. She settled on whining softly and then poking out her tongue playfully. That’d be fine, even if she had the urge to rough house with him like she might another pokemon. Humans were too fragile for that, right…?