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I am the Bug Catcher of pokéheroes. What do I like?... Catching bug pokémon ofcourse! They are without a doubt the strongest and coolest pokémon out there. I will do my best to gather every ( special ) bug pokémon I can. I am friendly to all, and accept any invite for a chat. I am always willing to gather more shiny bugs.
Bug_Catcher is currently hunting Doduo.
Hunt started: 17/08/2023
Hunt started: 17/08/2023
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Game RecordsTrainer ID: #870953933
Registration: 25/01/2016 (8 Years ago)
Game Time: 1388:01 Hours
Total interactions: 721,560
Starter Pokémon: Giga Venusaur
Hmm, so you're telling me I've been here for 1/4th of my life? Time sure flies!
Hello final shiny cloud, thank you for showing up!
Pinsir is no ordinary beetle! It's incredibly strong and can even uproot trees with its big horns. They don't look like it, but they're excellent burrowers for when one has to hide from the cold. When the temperatures drop below a certain point they even stop moving completely!
If you want to catch one, be aware of the big pincers.. If you're caught you'll be in for a rough time! Maybe a very heavy pokemon could aid you in fighting one, since it might not be able to lift it?
Paras is an excellent burrower and loves to hide in damp caves. It has tochukaso mushrooms growing on its back which seem to tell it what to do? I've seen them gnaw on all kind of roots before, it seems to be their favourite meal. Be quick when you want to catch one because they will disappear underground in a flash!
Using a net is only for the fastest bug catchers among us, so I'd recommend using a pokémon good at digging to draw the paras out. Also beware of the mushrooms, they can shower you in spores which'll paralyze you in an instant!
Today i'd like to talk about Larvesta. A rather innocent looking caterpillar, but don't be fooled by all its fluff. There is real fire hiding inside this little one! Do not be foolish enough to wander too close to their nest or you'll be left with a nasty burn.
To catch it, naturally a water type pokémon is most suited. A net would be rather foolish because it'll get burnt away (trust me, I tried...)
Today we'll discuss: Surskit. A rather curious little bug that gracefully skates across the surface of ponds and lakes. They even venture out in town after a rainstorm to ride on puddles. Catching one sound simpler than it is, because they are very quick to skate away from you! When they sense danger, they secrete syrup from the antenna on their head. Perhaps a pokémon like herdier or stoutland can sniff them out and find them easier?
To catch one, being quick with a net is always a good choice. And bring a water type pokémon to bring them closer to land when they decide to 'run'.
In today's spotlight we find dustox. Ever wondered why it's near impossible to find one during the day? Well that's because they're nocturnal, and naturally drawn to any light source. Should you want to catch one, setting up a big spotlight at night should do the trick. They love eating tree leaves, so spot some cleaned branches to find a nearby dustox nest. Just be careful for its poison powder, because that'll knock you right out!