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On July 31st, the creature that has become known as M-0 breeched into the reality of Rise of the Rockets. On August 4th, it escaped the confines of its egg and started attacking the Sevii Islands. This page is to cateogrize the Instances that have been sighted since then.

InstancesEdit

Dramalgon Edit

003-Dramalgon

Instance Number: 003

Instance Name: Dramalgon

First Sighted: One Island Evacuation

Types: Dragon

Additional Notes: A pure Dragon-Type, created by Missing No. from repurposed Dragon-Type Pokémon. Its name is derived from “dragon” and “amalgam.” Dramalgon are an unusual and frightening species—they act with an intelligence that would typically be found in small children, with a propensity for violence that suggests they view combat as a form of play. This blood-thirst combined with their signature Armor Scales ability makes them an especially difficult opponent for agents with natural parental instincts—Dramalgon’s mannerisms can easily distract from its often-shifting Type-immunities, rendering typical anti-Dragon-Type strategies ineffective.

Magnode Edit

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Magnode's neutral mode

Magnode-B

Magnode's aggro mode.

Instance Number: 004

Instance Name: Magnode

First Sighted: One Island Evacuation

Types: Electric

Additional Notes: A pure Electric-Type, created by Missing No. from repurposed Electric-Type Pokémon. For reasons unknown, Magnode (derived from “magnet” and “node”) share more than a passing resemblance to the Magnemite family of Pokémon. Magnode demonstrate few distinct behavioral patterns, acting primarily in a robotic and drone-like nature. They are healers to some degree, as demonstrated by their Recharge attack, which allows them to grant regenerative energy to their allies. Under extreme conditions—perhaps as a defense mechanism—Magnode will shift into an “energized” form wherein they become more prone to attacking a given target.

Minotore Edit

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Instance Number: 006

Instance Name: Minotore

Types: Fighting

Additional Notes: A pure Fighting-Type, created by Missing No. from repurposed Fighting-Type Pokémon. Minotore greatly resemble the mythological minotaur, which serves as one part of the inspiration behind their designated name. Minotore are incredibly vicious and tough, allowing them to make full use of their Fighting-Type attacks. They appear to draw some degree of power from the belts that they wear; in any case, these seem to be a vital component in their ability to fully utilize their mechanical right arms. In cases where Minotore loses the advantage, it enters an enraged and confused state wherein its Attack, Defense, and Speed rise to their maximum. Caution should be taken against this brand of Missing No.

Leopyred Edit

007-Leopyred

Instance Number: 007

Instance Name: Leopyred

First Sighted: One Island Evacuation

Types: Fire

Additional Notes: A pure Fire-Type, created by Missing No. from repurposed Fire-Type Pokémon. Their name is a simple play on “leopard” and “pyre,” denotative of their last-resort Pyrrhic Victor attack—a Fire-Type self-explosive assault powerful enough to break through shielding moves. Leopyred prowl the edges of the battlefield until they can find an opening to move in and strike. In conjunction with the standard Powder attacks of Terminite, they have been known to riddle the battlefield with constant explosions, creating high-pressure combat environments through simple move combinations.

HarpreakEdit

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Instance Number: 008

Instance Name: Harpreak

First Sighted: Invasion of Two Island

Types: Flying

Additional Notes: Harpreak derives its name from “harpy” and “wreak”, reflecting its nature as a Flying-Type menace. Harpreak are agile and fragile creatures that destroy their targets through coordinated attacks. They possess talons powerful enough to rip through steel with ease, and their distinctive screech is loud enough to stun unprotected listeners.

Phantashade Edit

009-Phantashade

Instance Number: 009

Instance Name: Phantashade

Types: Ghost

Additional Notes: A pure Ghost-Type, created by Missing No. from repurposed Ghost-Type Pokémon. Phantashade, derived from “phantasm,” “phantom,” and “shade,” are ghoulish creatures possessing many of the standard attributes of ghosts—namely, the ability to phase through solid objects. Because of this, they are notorious for bypassing and flanking otherwise secure defensive structures, and have played a role in the fall of more than one city. Underneath their hoods, Phantashade possess cycloptic, skull-like faces, which they only tend to reveal during their signature Soul Eater attack. Agents are advised to avoid letting this occur at any cost.

Chimerape

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Instance Number: 011

Instance Name: Chimerape

First Sighted: Invasion of Two Island

Types: Ground

Additional Notes: Chimerape’s name is derived from “chimera” and “ape,” due to their resemblance to a number of different species and ape-like stature. Using their large, rigid claws, Chimerape are capable of rapidly tunneling through the earth; in conjunction with others of its species, it lays the groundwork for its Catacomb Crush attack, burying opponents in underground tombs. Their disproportionate bodies render them less of a threat above ground, although they still retain an impressive fighting ability focused on turning otherwise-harmful momentum in their favor.

Maulice Edit

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Instance Number: 012

Instance Name: Maulice

First Sighted: Battle in the Egg

Types: Ice

Additional Notes: Its name is a play on words combining “maul,” “malice,” and “ice,” in reference to its extremely violent nature—it is not uncommon to see Maulice tear its victims apart using its sharp, icy claws. Their signature attack, Flash Freeze, has been documented as having a 100% success rate in instantly freezing its targets, making them easier for capture and consumption. Maulice were one of the two strains first encountered upon Missing No.’s appearance in our world; according to reports from Team Rocket, there is a strong possibility that the first instances of Maulice were created using former Gym Leader Pryce’s Pokémon.

Venophage Edit

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Instance Number: 014

Instance Name: Venophage

First Sighted: One Island Evacuation

Types: Poison

Additional Notes: A pure Poison-Type, created by Missing No. from repurposed Poison-Type Pokémon. Venophage gets its name from “venom” and “bacteriophage,” picked due to its typing and its resemblance to a standard virus. Though incredibly thin and geometrical in shape, Venophage are not to be dismissed—they are much more durable than they appear, and capable of impressive stealth. Combined with their signature Fatal Injection attack, they are a clear danger that must be taken into account should they appear on the field.

SinystalEdit

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Left: Burn Sinystal Right: Freeze Sinystal

Sinystal-2

Left: Paralysis Sinystal Right: Poison Sinystal

Instance Number: 016

Instance Name: Sinystal

First Sighted: Invasion of Two Island

Types: Rock

Additional Notes: The name “Sinystal” derives from “sinister” and “crystal.” During Missing No.’s spread across Two Island, Sinystal were utilized as peripheral watchmen, herding fleeing Pokémon back toward the center of the island. Sinystal are notable for being one of the few Instances with variations on their appearance. The colored crystals on a given Sinystal’s body appear to indicate what type of status infliction will be placed upon the target upon coming into contact with Sinystal’s Element Dust attack. Documented effects so far have remained within standards for regular Pokémon, though it is possible that new variations could cause unknown effects on targets in the future.

Driprown

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Instance Number: 018

Instance Name: Driprown

First Sighted: Battle int he Egg

Types: Water

Additional Notes: Its name is derived from “drip” and “crown,” referring to its distinctive crest and its abilities. Driprown are vicious snake-like creatures that operate best underwater—they will relentlessly hunt and attack all targets within reach until the waters around them run red with blood. In the Sevii Islands, Driprown have proven instrumental in Missing No.’s strategies, shutting down ocean-side support with ruthless efficiency and the use of their Rip Current attack.

Additional NotationsEdit

Research Notations: 012

[Research Notations: I012: Pryce??]

[-"there is a strong possibility that the first Instances of Maulice were created using former Gym Leader Pryce's Pokémon" source? *K. Tetsuro

--Team Rocket apparently. *K. Tatsuro

---yes but where is this information? No records in our system that tr shared.  Not in public records either. Am I overlooking sonething? *K. Tetsuro

----Interesting that they would keep something like that to themselves. Aren't we supposed to be allies? *S. Ashera 

-----Do we share everything we uncover with everyone without good reason? It's understandable even if frustrating--let's not let it cloud our approach to this. If Pryce was involved,  we ought to see if there's a lead to be followed--it might help us. *B. Oak

------I suggest we get any other unshared files from TR ASAP. We need to level with each other if this is going to work for everyone. *K. Tatsuro

-------Good luck with that. *S. Ashera]

[End thread]

Research Notations: Names Edit

[Research Notations: Names]

[-A number of you have asked for clarification on the process behind naming each of the Instances. For the sake of time (and my inbox space), I have compiled a quick sheet documenting the steps.

+1. As noted in each Index entry, names are derived from words pertaining to observations on a particular Instance's Type, abilities, physiological characteristics, and personality traits--just like with normal Pokémon.

+2. These descriptors are fed to our Index Mother Console.

+3. The IMC analyzes available data on the Instance, running that data against the descriptors provided.

+4. The IMC combines descriptors into a name suitable for that Instance.

-That's it. There is no secret researcher team "infringing upon the creative freedom of the scientific community," nor is this process indicative of a "systemic crumbling of democratic values." It's a background process that doesn't and shouldn't interfere with the greater work situation that we have ahead of us. Now please, stop asking. *B. Oak

--is there a reason we can't vote on it? jus have everyone submit a name and then vote. Much better names than "chimerape" and "driprown" that way. *K. Tetsuro

---Now we know who was complaining about "crumbling democracies." *K. Tatsuro

----it's a vry serious issue, my friend. *K. Tetsuro

-----#DownWithResearchIlluminati? *K. Tatsuro

------The matter is closed. Get back to work. *M. Aleivy]

[End thread]

Research Notations: Mobile Activators Edit

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-Executive Arthur is in charge of Power Suit decisions. Stop sending these to me. *M. Aleivy]

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-Sounds neat. Not sure James'll be as optimistic. *K. Umbra]

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-I really don't care. *S. Ashera]

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-This is possibly the stupidest idea you've had. Stop watching children's television and get back to work. *M. Vert]

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-Do you actually have a workable design already or are you wasting my time?. *J. Arthur]

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-Stop. *B. Oak]

[Research Notations: Mobile Activators]

[MSG FROM: K. TETSURO:

k picture this: on-demand morphing grids. Need armr in a pinch? bam morphin' time got that sucker covered what u think

-You, my friend... are a genius. *K. Tatsuro]

Alert Edit

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