MOLTITS, the Legendary Flaming Bird Pokégirl
Type: Near Human
Element: Fire/Flying
Frequency: Extremely Rare (Unique)
Diet: fruits, with occasional meat
Role: mistress of heat, self-proclaimed goddess
Libido: High
Strong Vs: Bug, Fighting, Fire, Plant, Steel
Weak Vs: None (Electric, Rock, Water)
Attacks: Firestorm, Ignite, Flame Tower, Flame Scythe, Napalm, Fire Punch, Fire Kick, Fire Blast, Flame Sniper, Feather Shuriken, Feather Blizzard, Wingover, Typhoon, Hurricane, Dive
Enhancements: Enhanced Vision (x20), Legendary Qualities, Legendary Salient Qualities, Improved Respiration, Endurance, Freejoints (hips and knees), Prehensile Feet, Atmospheric Comfort
Evolves: N/A
Evolves From: N/A
    Moltits is one of the three Legendary bird Pokégirls, with her two sisters being Articunt and Zapdass. They were among the very first Legendary Pokégirls to be created by Sukebe for use in his war against humanity. Like her sisters, Moltits took a subtle route to sow discord among human society to make it easier for other Pokégirls to attack the humans. She would use her powers of heat and flame to bring droughts and flash-fires to communities, often exhausting them so badly from the sheer, oppressive heat that they couldn’t put up a decent resistance when Pokégirls attacked.
    Moltits is two inches below six feet tall, with very short orange feathers covering her body. Like her sisters, her wings are separate appendages from her arms. Her wings are the same color as her body, but she has the ability to sheath them in flames, via Ignite, at will. Her bright red hair is long but wavy almost to the point of being curly, and hangs a few inches past her shoulders. Her feet are clawed, with a single back-toe on each foot. Her breasts are just barely D-cups, with bright red nipples the same color as her hair. Her pussy naturally is hairless. Moltits never wears clothing, and it's likely that any she did would burn off of her anyway.
    Moltits is a vision of perfection among both Fire and Flying-type Pokégirls. She soars higher than most others dare to, her natural body heat keeping her warm at the colder temperatures of high altitude. Moltits almost unconsciously stays directly between the sun and those under her, as much for heat as to keep hidden, a tactic she has used since her very first mission.
    Moltits is a very self-centered and flighty being. She pays almost no attention to things that don’t concern her, focused solely on what she, and others, can do to make her life easier and more pleasant. Hers was the swing vote on the issue of what they should do about Atmuff, since she really didn’t care one way or the other. Moltits either could not or would not see how the Legendary Warrior’s continued rampages endangered them all, and often abandoned the debate when it arose. Finally, after years of listening to her two sisters bicker about what to do, she surprisingly sided with Zapdass on the issue, agreeing that Atmuff needed to die, and committing them all to the greatest battle of their lives. Once Atmuff had been dealt with, Moltits abandoned the company of her sisters, flying far to the east. Most histories lose track of her at this point, but that is not the end of her story. After flying for a long time, Moltits came upon an island in the ocean that was far from other islands. The people of this place were rustic to begin with, and though they knew of the outside world, the little contact they had with it had been lost years before during the war. However, no Pokégirls had come to the island either, so when Moltits landed there, she was almost immediately revered as a goddess. Knowing this was too good to pass up, she played upon their superstitions, and within a year had all activity on the island centered around her. She remains there to this day, the goddess of the sun to the people of the island. She actively discourages anyone from leaving, and today most people there have forgotten that an outside world even exists. Moltits loves her new home, since the people go out of their way to give her whatever she wants. She keeps a fairly large number of robust young men (and some women as well) as her own harem to choose from. Moltits knows that if word of her existence spread to the outside world, people would seek her out, and the local peoples would soon learn she was just a Pokégirl, albeit a very powerful one, and not a goddess, which would mean the end of her idyllic life. To this end, she tends to have anyone who comes to her island slain, a decision she doesn’t feel totally comfortable with, but her desire to be worshipped and revered has overcome her conscience, especially since the island is already so remote that almost no one finds it.
    Moltits hates to battle, since it runs against her hedonistic nature. Her only combat credo is to end the fight as soon as possible, and she will sometimes take foolish risks to do so. This stratagem nearly cost her life in the fight against Atmuff, and she very well might have died had not Hy-bra weakened the Legendary Warrior first. When in battle, Moltits tends to cut loose with her strongest attacks immediately, and often multiple times in a row, hoping to either kill her foes or drive them off, usually resulting in the former. If she is actively trying not to kill her opponents, she’ll use Flame Tower and Napalm to try and force them to retreat from the powerful flames. Moltits fights hand to hand more often then at a distance, usually because being closer allows her to unleash her attacks with more precision, leading to a quicker victory. Although she still remains somewhat reckless in battle, her powers are great enough that it usually doesn’t matter.

LEGENDARY QUALITIES: All Legendary Pokégirls have these special attributes, making them above and beyond other Pokégirls:
Truly Unique: All Legendary Pokégirls cannot be copied. Attempts to clone them always fail, and morphing other beings into copies of them always produces sub-standard versions. Titto, for example, can take Moltits's shape and even copy her powers to some degree, but not any of her Legendary Qualities or Legendary Salient Qualities (see below). They can have their base stock altered to be used in the formation of a new Pokégirl type though.
Deathlessness: Despite having been around since Sukebe’s Revenge, all the Legendary Pokégirls are still around and going strong. This superior version of longevity makes them immune to death from natural causes. They will never die unless they are killed. However, poison, disease, or any unnatural cause still has a normal chance to kill them, barring their special immunities and strengths.
No Weakness (Level X): All of the Legendary Pokégirls can ignore their type’s normal weaknesses, to a point. When facing a Pokégirl at or below a certain level, if that Pokégirl is a type the Legendary would normally be weak against, she instead treats it as though it were of a type she had no specific advantage or disadvantage against. For example, Moltits has No Weakness (Level 75). If she were to face a Rock or a Water-type Pokégirl, or anything else that was considered Strong vs. Fire/Flying, at or below level 75, she wouldn’t be considered weak against it, nor would it be considered strong against her. Pokégirls at a level above the Legendary’s No Weakness level treat things normally.
LEGENDARY SALIENT QUALITIES: Some Legendary Pokégirls have special qualities others don’t have. Here is Moltits's lexicon of special attributes:
Heat Wave: Moltits radiates an aura of heat from her body to a distance of five hundred yards. This heat usually tops out at around two hundred degrees above zero, making it scorching, although there is no accompanying rise in humidity. Moltits has fair control over her aura though, and has been known to lessen it to around one hundred degrees to make people around her comfortable. The effects of this heat pervade over local conditions, and can modify them accordingly, but local weather returns to normal once her aura is gone, usually rather quickly.
Blazing Body: Due to her natural, pervasive body heat, all of Moltits’s attacks inflict additional burning damage. Feather Blizzard releases superheated feathers into the area, Wingover hits the opponent with wings coated in flames, etc. Also, all of her fire attacks do greater damage than they would if they came from another Fire-type Pokégirl. This is due to Moltits being a paragon of heat and flame, even among fire Pokégirls.