Pokemon Wurmple

By Anonymous

There are a lot of bug type Pokemon, I believe almost one in every region. Some notable ones are Caterpie, Weedle and Wurmple. Everyone knows Caterpie and how he evolves into Metapod and then Butterfree. Weedle evolves into a Kakuna and then a Beedril. Pokemon is full of surprises and one of the most notable is Wurmple and how it’s evolutions work out. This is similar to how Eevee can evolve into an Espeon in the morning and an Umbreon at night, but this isn’t friendship.

Wurmple has basic attacks like Tackle, String Shot, and Poison Sting. These are simple attacks that most bug type Pokemon will have. If it evolves in the morning it will become a Silcoon. Silcoon is a lot like a Metapod, it will get Harden. And in the wild it will only have Harden. So raising it from a Wurmple would be the best job, just so you have the attacking moves of Tackle and Poison Sting. Later on it will evolve into a Beautifly.

Beautifly looks like a butterfly but more colorful and neat looking. It has a glow to it and bright blue eyes. It’s name is just how it sounds, Beautifly is a mix a “Butterfly” and “Beautiful“. Beautifly can get a lot of neat moves like Silver Wind, and some healing moves. It is a great bug type Pokemon to have. But this is about Wurmple and not Beautify.

Now let’s move on. You have a Wurmple and this time you evolve it during the night. You will get a Cascoon. Cascoon is just like Silcoon except it’s eyes are a bit wider and open. It only get’s Harden until it evolves. When it evolves it will be trouble though, because it will not deal with the only move being Harden. Instead of Beautifly, a Cascoon will evolve into a Dustox. Dustox is a neat looking bug type pokemon but isn’t as beautiful as a Beauifly. It is sort of like a moth Pokemon, it has green wings and a purple body. It gets moves much like Beautifly. But believe it or not, these are two entirely different Pokemon. Which is your favorite? Beautifly or Dustox? Would you rather evolve Wurmple during the day or at night?

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