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Standard: Considered the ‘original’, the Standard Girafarig originated in the Johto region. Preferring plains and loose bush, they are the most commonly seen and owned. Their watchful and nurturing nature makes them good companions for children.

Plains: A more wild variant, Plains Girafarig live almost exclusively on the savannah. Traveling in small herds, they are known to be aggressive and stubborn, violently lashing out at anything they perceive as a threat with both heads.

Polar: Found only in areas that experience snowfall all year round, in addition to their pale colouring, they are notoriously difficult to encounter. Both genders grow antlers, with the males’ usually more impressive, and shed them towards the beginning of Summer.

Jungle: Recently discovered in the depths of the dense jungle surrounding Fortree City, precious little is known about this variant. They are suspected to live solitary lives outside of breeding season, and their horns are shortened and blunt to avoid getting caught in thick vegetation.

Shorthorn: With perhaps a bit of a misnomer, the Shorthorn is a mountainous variant of Girafarig that is commonly used for labour and travel purposes. Despite the threatening horns, they are steadfast and friendly, making them a favourite among rural communities and farmers.

Lucky: (Shiny) Amicable and loving, Lucky Girafarig are quick to grow attached to their trainers. Their rarity and unique coat mean they are highly sought after, and competition to obtain a single egg is fierce.

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I jumped aboard the Pokemon Variant Bandwagon and I’m not even sorry. Luxrays for everyone!

Standard: The standard Luxray breed, originating from Sinnoh. Powerful and Loyal, they make great battle partners for trainers. Because of this, and their regal looks, they have become very popular and can be seen through most known regions.

Maneless: By far the most aggressive of all the known breeds, these sharp-eyed felines form Prides in plains and savannahs. They are known man-eaters, and the majority of human attacks link back to them.

Polar: Painfully shy and elusive, this species dwells on ice and snow covered mountains, far from human settlements. Notoriously difficult to breed in captivity, tamed Polar Luxrays are incredibly rare and valuable.

Clouded: Native to tropical climates, wild populations can only be found in the Hoenn Region. Much like their Polar cousins, they are shy and avoid most human interactions, choosing to hide amongst the treetops.

Melanistic: While beautiful, these Luxrays are a result of a genetic mutation. They are sought after by Co-ordinators for their gorgeous pelts and pleasant disposition.

King: King Luxrays are bred for their unsual Mohawk-like Manes and unusual pattern. Far more stubborn than any of their other cousins, Kings are difficult to train and will bond wih only a single trainer.