Cyndaquil stick close to their parents for their first few months of life. Typhlosion choose to rear their young in protected valleys where there is a surplus of bug and grass type pokemon, as young Cyndaquil do not have the teeth to be hypercarnivores as Quilava and Typhlosion are. Herders are wise to keep an eye on the size of their flocks of Mareep and herds of Miltank and Tauros, so as not to suffer undue losses.

It is also unwise to assume that a single Cyndaquil is an easy target for capture, as its parents may be close by, and Typhlosion do not take kindly to people attempting to take away their young. A slightly safer course of action is to watch for several hours, and if it does not make contact with the significantly larger third instar, then you may proceed with caution in your attempts to catch it.

As soon as Cyndaquil evolve into Quilava, they set off across the land to reach the desert, as their parents told them. Along the way, they hone their hunting skills in small packs, flushing out smaller predators and prey with embers and smoke, before cooking their dinner as briskly as possible.

Typhlosion are comparatively rare, and lead solitary lives. They command some truly large territories, often stretching for several square kilometers, and they do not tolerate competition from others of their kind. They also practise a form of land management - setting small patches of land ablaze in order to refresh the desert grasses and lure grazing animals and pokemon into their territory.

If the wind should carry an ember into a patch of grass that the Typhlosion does not want burned, it will roll on the ember, effectively smothering out the flame with the fire-retardent fur that all stages of this line possess.



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