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Posted: Dec 1 2017, 12:18 PM
In a terrain that already varies drastically between hot and cold throughout the day, the desert pushes even more towards frigid as the seasons change to winter. Without precipitation, visibly and practically things are the same. But cooler air draws out those more suited to the environment, causing those to be spotted more often than the rest of the year.
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Snow starts to fall, building up from the tops of the hills and falling to the bottom, which keeps a little warmer naturally. Thriving in the frosty environment, a couple thick creatures can be found moving around more actively than during other times in the year, enjoying the cold white sheet of snow covering the mountains.
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The dangerous cliffs with whipping winds become icy and more hazardous than ever, but not to all creatures. A sure-footed soft pokemon with a love of the frigid surroundings is popping up and easily found in the cliffs overlooking the ocean.
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With the change of seasons, the nights draw longer as days are cut short. With the darkness of night looming the longest it does each year, dark predators and prey take advantage of their natures, using the extended evenings to their advantage. New alolan dark types in particular are easier to find, coming out more but still not quite to used to this new world to stay perfectly hidden.
In addition, the plains are unable to avoid the snow that comes with the dropping temperatures. With this change, another species is brought out to enjoy it. Ice types can be found wandering more often when the snow is around.
The Vanillite swarm can only be activated when your character is out while it is snowing.
Though untouched by snow, temperatures are still dropping to a yearly low in the western half of the forest. As predators start to stalk away for the winter, finding the warmest places to sleep and coping with the change of season, the thicker furred creatures that are much more resistant to the cooler air can be found appearing more often.
[1 of 2 Buneary captures]
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Warmer than many other places in Terrene, the plateau is home to many creatures that prefer high temperatures year round. But still temperatures above water get the lowest they can for the area, causing most to stick to places that resist the cool air. One such creature is more naturally prepared for the chill, the puffy necked Buizels moving defiantly against the changes.
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With winter coming in full, snow and ice start to decorate the forest, the trees becoming more barren and allowing the precipitation to fall to the ground. While many burrow for warmth and safety, Sneasels come out and bask in the cold, practically made to be in such weather, using the foragers and hibernating creatures abandoning common ground to their advantage.
And along the coast, waters chill to lethal temperatures, threatening people and pokemon alike. While many sea creatures push into the depths of the water, a duo with more well-padded and protected bodies stick to the surface. Seels and Shellder avoid the normal sway of migration and thrive in the cold, appearing along the coast much more often than ever.