CAP 27 - Part 12 - Pokedex Poll 3

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The voting options are:

The Metric System
Falchion
Pipotchi

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The legal Pokedex entries for each user are as below:

The Metric System
Astrolotl, the Shooting Star Pokémon

Sword: Astrolotl illuminate the night sky with their flight. Groups of Astrolotl migrating across Galar are frequently mistaken for meteor showers.

Shield: It is a Galar custom to make a wish when Astrolotl are seen flying at night. The Pokemon may curiously descend if the wish is kind.
Falchion
Astrolotl, the Luminescent Pokémon

Sword: These energetic Pokémon always frolic in groups of five. On clear nights, they fly in perfect formation, leaving trails of colorful sparks like tiny stars.

Shield: Its luminous, whip-like tail and feelers are covered in glands that secrete a fluid hotter than lava. If lost in battle, they will grow back within a day.
Pipotchi
Astrolotl, the Flare Pokémon

Sword: It releases excess energy as sparks, creating a shimmering trail as it races through the night sky. People sometimes mistake Astrolotl for a shooting star.

Shield: When an Astrolotl gets separated from its pack, they will fire colorful bursts into the sky to act as a beacon to guide the lost one home.
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This poll will be open for 24 hours.
 
Falchion
Pipotchi
The Metric System


I feel like Falchion's entries really hit the mark with the "space" + "axolotl" concept. The Sword entry touches mainly on the former, while the Shield entry explains the latter. Pipotchi's entries are fine, too, though they primarily explain how Astrolotl is space-related and that it can fire flares. The Metric System's entries only talk about the concept of Astrolotl being like a shooting star, and do not explain anything about its biology, I'm afraid. Thus, I ranked my posts as above.
 
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