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Torchmonk is the evolution of Scorchmunk. Evolution occurs if a Scorchmunk has migrated to a fertile and plentiful forest. When food becomes too much for it to naturally manage, it evolves into Torchmunk. Torchmonk’s elongated form possesses a second stomach that distills the excess nutrients it consumes into egg-like structures, which it lays and can store indefinitely. Mostly considered solitary creatures, if a Torchmonk finds an agreeable partner, it can synchronise its attacks, exponentially increasing their power.

Torchmonk is the evolution of Scorchmunk. Evolution occurs if a Scorchmunk has migrated to a fertile and plentiful forest. When food becomes too much for it to naturally manage, it evolves into Torchmunk. Torchmonk’s elongated form possesses a second stomach that distills the excess nutrients it consumes into egg-like structures, which it lays and can store indefinitely. Mostly considered solitary creatures, if a Torchmonk finds an agreeable partner, it can synchronise its attacks, exponentially increasing their power.

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Scorchmunk’s teeth have many small indentations, forming a rough surface that works in the same way a flint does. When the creature rapidly chatters its teeth against wood and nuts, it quickly stokes a fire. In addition to projecting flames from its mouth, it can spit the flaming item itself over great distances. In addition to a fire source, Scorchmunk also uses nuts as a food source. These nuts are swallowed whole, as opposed to the ones that feed its fire, which are stored in its cheeks.

Scorchmunk’s teeth have many small indentations, forming a rough surface that works in the same way a flint does. When the creature rapidly chatters its teeth against wood and nuts, it quickly stokes a fire. In addition to projecting flames from its mouth, it can spit the flaming item itself over great distances. In addition to a fire source, Scorchmunk also uses nuts as a food source. These nuts are swallowed whole, as opposed to the ones that feed its fire, which are stored in its cheeks.

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Carcimine is highly flammable, which is rather distressing for a fire type creature. Highly intelligent, it acquires wax from Beear’s honeycombs, which it uses to fireproof its fur. When wax is in high enough supply, depending on the docility of its chosen Beear, it packs the wax around a bundle of its own detached hair to create a powerful candle. It stokes this fire with its own breath to keep away unwanted predators.

Carcimine is highly flammable, which is rather distressing for a fire type creature. Highly intelligent, it acquires wax from Beear’s honeycombs, which it uses to fireproof its fur. When wax is in high enough supply, depending on the docility of its chosen Beear, it packs the wax around a bundle of its own detached hair to create a powerful candle. It stokes this fire with its own breath to keep away unwanted predators.

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An evolution of Innuma, Innuyed evolve after seeking out even warmer surroundings than its predecessors. To maintain its internal temperature, Innuyed must regularly consume volcanic rock, which liquifies inside them. Although outwardly friendly, confronting an Innuyed is not recommended, as unaccustomed people and creatures are often overwhelmed by their ambient temperature.

An evolution of Innuma, Innuyed evolve after seeking out even warmer surroundings than its predecessors. To maintain its internal temperature, Innuyed must regularly consume volcanic rock, which liquifies inside them. Although outwardly friendly, confronting an Innuyed is not recommended, as unaccustomed people and creatures are often overwhelmed by their ambient temperature.

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Innuma spend their days in deep canyons, sunning themselves atop rocks to absorb heat. Inside their tightly curled tail is a concealed heating element that powers its flame attacks. Innuma feed in the rivers that run through their canyon home, which are typically high in mineral and earth metal content. These nutrients bind to Innuma’s bones, helping its skeleton work as a heat pipe, efficiently transferring energy from its tail to its mouth, which is the source of its attacks.

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Innuma spend their days in deep canyons, sunning themselves atop rocks to absorb heat. Inside their tightly curled tail is a concealed heating element that powers its flame attacks. Innuma feed in the rivers that run through their canyon home, which are typically high in mineral and earth metal content. These nutrients bind to Innuma’s bones, helping its skeleton work as a heat pipe, efficiently transferring energy from its tail to its mouth, which is the source of its attacks.

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The evolution of the starter type Bon Bon Fire, Carbon Pyre acquires its stout and stocky stature from the bamboo that it eats. It also uses the same plant to stoke the flames atop its head. As its body widens, so does its ability to balance increasingly larger branches and stalks atop its head.

The evolution of the starter type Bon Bon Fire, Carbon Pyre acquires its stout and stocky stature from the bamboo that it eats. It also uses the same plant to stoke the flames atop its head. As its body widens, so does its ability to balance increasingly larger branches and stalks atop its head.

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Firrecc is an evolution of Foxecc. Grazing on the peppers native to the desert it dwells in, the Firrecc gradually learns to harness the powers of its fiery food-source. Unlike other evolutions of Foxecc, it  remains in its desert home, coexisting peacefully in packs alongside its pre-evolution.

Firrecc is an evolution of Foxecc. Grazing on the peppers native to the desert it dwells in, the Firrecc gradually learns to harness the powers of its fiery food-source. Unlike other evolutions of Foxecc, it  remains in its desert home, coexisting peacefully in packs alongside its pre-evolution.

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The most notable feature of the Bon Bon Fire is the flaming bamboo that resides atop its head. This allows it to stay warm in the winter months. Generally congregating in packs, their cheek markings vary from region to region and are used to identify unfamiliar creatures.

Capture Creatures is a year-long project where Becky Dreistadt will create 151 different hand-painted creatures, the same number as the original Pokemon. Each creature will be accompanied by a short encyclopedia entry by myself, Frank Gibson. At the end of the year, all the pieces will be exhibited in a touring gallery show. CaptureCreatures.com will update every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Pieces will also be syndicated to our Tumblr.