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Field Guide: Pg. 23 Victreebel by CasteelArt Field Guide: Pg. 23 Victreebel by CasteelArt
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:icon2195razielim:
2195Razielim Dec 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
:wow:
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:iconxdember:
I sure wouldn't want to eat a nidoran..all those poisonous barbs? Eep.
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:iconmaxchaos44:
it won't really chew the nidoran. It'll probable just let if float in it's juices and digest it slowly.
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:iconxdember:
I don't think it could avoid getting pricked by all of those barbs getting it in the bulb in the first place, though?
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:iconmaxchaos44:
Victreebell are huge, almost human sized and they can be seen inhaling small prey about the size of nidorino
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:iconxdember:
Without the spiny things touching a single one single area of their assumedly vulnerable innards? Seems farfetched even for pokemon.
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:iconmaxchaos44:
it's filled with digestive juices. IT could just float inside like what happens to real life pitcher plant.
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:iconxdember:
You don't float living, frantic, poison-spike-covered little rabbit monsters in pitcher plants. A fly that's all weighted down in plant juice, sure, but I have a hard time seeing a victreebell never getting pricked by it spiny prey it swallows whole.
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:iconthewarriorofmanyface:
Presumably it has tough insides to keep its own acid from eating at itself, so I would assume that it's tough enough that the Victreebel doesn't care about small pokes, especially from another poison type.
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CasteelArt Nov 2, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Like toothpicks included!
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