|First Appearance||Pokémon Metal & Wood|
It is a very long and heavy Pokémon with a dark metallic body. The face slightly resembles a wolf-dragon beast.Fires bellows out of its mouth and eyes as well from its "arms" and holes along the length of its body. The "arms" it possesses appear welded to the body frame and have claws on them. On the body are bands with spikes racing down the bands in a circular pattern. Finally, the end of the body ends in a giant spike.
It's ability to smash into objects and pulverize them are second to none. These capabilities are further magnified with its fire ability which also allows anything it contacts to catch on fire. Each explosive hit is like a bomb going off. By some unknown reason, it is capable of swinging its large body frame without any sort of assistance.
It will seek out strong fortifications to test its strength on. If it meets something it cannot crush, it will expend all of its power in order to do. Once it exhausts the fire inside its mighty metallic body, it grows cold and much rest for years at a time.
Pulverase feeds mostly on minerals it catches while battering things.
It is found in mountainous areas as well as near human settlements.
|Metal||Many legends tell of its destructive capabilities with many towns and cities being laid waste. It's largely unknwon how it swings its mighty body forward so easily.|
|Wood||Each explosive hit from this Pokémon is like a chain of bombs going off. Once it exhausts the fire inside its body, it must rest to recharge it for years at a time.|
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Pulverase is based of a battering ram.
Pulverase is based off from pulverise and erase.
ツチノツチ is based off from 槌 tsuchi (hammer) and 土 tsuchi (earth).