|First Appearance||Pokémon Metal & Wood|
It is a long Pokémon with a thick steel body frame. It has two spiked bands running down the lower portion of the body with a rust red spiked tip at the end. It has two fists attached to the body and is unable to move them independently. The finger portions are a dark red color. The fists are aligned perfectly with the head. The head itself is composed of a steel grey and red mantle with a flat surface that it uses to bash into things. It appears to have a grate in front where its mouth is and a red energy can be observed behind it.
It has strong battering capabilities and was used in ancient times to bring down castle walls and fortifications. It will actively smash into anything it can find in t he wild. If it doesn't, the steel becomes weaker. The more it strikes, the stronger it defenses becomes.
It is very confrontational and will not hesitate to try and bash down any building it sees. They will compete with each other regardless of the occasion.
Siegegine feeds mostly on minerals it catches while battering things.
It is found in mountainous areas as well as near human settlements.
|Metal||It has a thick, steel head that it uses to bash into anything and everything. It takes great delight in destroying things and will celebrate once it reduces it to rubble.|
|Wood||They were used as weapons of war during battles with other regions. It knows nothing but battle and will actively search for any opponent; be it living or a building.|
|Metal||Route 15, 14|
|Wood||Route 15, 14|
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Siegegine is based of a battering ram.
Siegegine is based off from siege and engine.
ラムツブシ is based off from ラム ramu (ram) and 潰す tsubusu (smash).