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Solving Pokeproblems

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So another blog from me, now don't worry, this won't be a negative one. In fact, I will offer my thoughts on how to solve long-standing problems that individual Pokemon had for a long time. Like how to finally cure Psyduck's headache or to get the mushrooms off Paras's back before it evolves.

But the Pokemon for the first post is Necrozma, a Pokemon who used to be a being of light who had been betrayed by the ancestors of the Ultra Recon Squad and thus being forced into the broken down state. Now it's Ultra form is close to being its original form, the only thing it's missing is its pieces, which it realistically can't get back.

However, what if one of the Sparkling Stones is brought to someone who can replicate it en masse? It seems that no matter the piece that fell from it, the Sparkling Stones have the same exact shape even when they are unvarnished, making it theoretically possible to clone one en masse to use as permanent replacements for the ones Necrozma lost. After all, looking at Necrozma, it seems the Pokemon itself is able to change the shape of some of its pieces as seen when it fuses with Solgaleo or Lunala. On speaking of that, Necrozma would only need to absorb one of them and become its Ultra form before the pieces can slot into place (and move its chest piece to its tail).
 
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Now for some quick solutions for some non-legendary Pokemon:

Take the mushrooms off Paras, this will make the mycelium embedded in its back wither and die, allowing the Pokemon to evolve into a more healthy evolution.

Just evolve Psyduck to get rid of its headache.

In speaking of evolutions, most baby Pokemon should be evolved for their woes to go away.

Evolving Cubone is a good idea, but a better idea is to save its mother.

The unknown opposite sides of the Galar should be found, revived and then find a way to split the Galar fossil Pokemon then fusing the true halves together.
 
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Take the mushrooms off Paras, this will make the mycelium embedded in its back wither and die, allowing the Pokemon to evolve into a more healthy evolution.
What if the mushrooms are the trigger for its evolution? I guess that would still be saving it from a fate worse than death.
 
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What if the mushrooms are the trigger for its evolution? I guess that would still be saving it from a fate worse than death.
Maybe grind the mushrooms and then feed it? As long as the mushrooms are dead, it should be safe for Paras to consume.
 
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