AGUAMIEL, the Aquatic Cavy Pokégirl
Type: Near Human (Capybara Animorph)
Element: Water
Frequency: Rare
Diet: Herbivore, Fruits, Grasses
Role: Desert Irrigation, Water Locator, Water Conservation
Libido: Average
Strong Vs: Fire, Rock, Water
Weak Vs: Electric, Ice, Plant
Attacks: Bubbles, Water Punch, Water Kick, Rain, Little Cloud, Geyser, Bubblebeam, Water Blade
Enhancements: Enhanced Speed (x3), Enhanced Hearing (x3) Enhanced Olfactory Sense (x2), Enhanced Strength (x4), Enhanced Agility (x2), Water sense, Hydrokinesis
Evolves: None
Evolves From: Chichi (Water Stone)

When evolved with a Water stone a Chichi undergoes massive changes, and not just her large height increase. The Chichi line is known for each of the stone induced evolutions being based on different type of rodent entirely. With the Aguamiel breed, it happens to be what was once the worlds largest rodent: the Capybara.

Aguamiels change greatly from their pre-evolved state, gaining upwards of 6 feet in height, placing their maximum height at an amazing 10 and a half feet tall. Their bodies stay rather proportional, though they are lightly muscled. Their breasts tend to be rather large, though proportional to their height, though many Pokégirls who have breast envy tend to call the breed's assets 'huge'. The breed as a whole is split evenly between furry and non-furry, with ferals of the breed tending to have fur, while thresholds tending to be non-furry, and domestics are split evenly between.

The breeds hair shifts into more aquatic colors, and if the individual Pokégirl has fur, it is usually a blue or blue green in color. The cavy Pokégirls have small ears, perched lower than most other breeds, though still higher than a humans ear, and usually somewhat small. With the right hair style, human looking Aguamiels can actually hide their ears in their hair, though most hairstyles would still show that the breed doesn't have human ears in their rightful place. The breed as a whole do not have tails, which make non-furry members of the breed seem mostly human in comparison... with the exception of their great height. Furred members usually have light muzzles, complete with whiskers, which help the Pokégirl feel around in murky water.

Less excitable and more placid than their pre-evolved forms, Aguamiels rarely get upset over anything, making them a popular choice of evolution for the Chichi, second only to the Margarita. They also develop a shy, demure attitude, which makes them 'cute' in the eyes of some, but goes against their large size and fighting ability. Like their fire type cousins, the Temale, they enjoy helping people, though this usually fits into the area of making sure people are hydrated. The breed touts water as the best beverage, and cannot stand Energy drinks or drinks advertised as 'high in electrolytes'. This is usually the first thing that will make the breed mad, and teasing the breed is not recommended.

Aguamiel are often used in dry or desert areas, where their ability to sense water is most helpful, and combined with teams of plant types, this is what has made some arid areas into lush farming areas. The breed usually picks up water conservation quite easily, and seems to personify this because most of her offensive moves don't require much water, unlike most water types. In fact, many tamers choose Aguamiel because she doesn't need to be rehydrated like other water types, and can use her Hydrokinesis ability to pull water from the air for any attacks she needs. This is a liability in some desert areas, since the air is too dry, though many battling Aguamiels often carry canteens in desart areas in case they need to use their attacks.

Restraints are recommended for Aguamiel, because like most Pokégirls with enhanced strength they may loose control mid-taming. Otherwise, these Pokégirls enjoy being on bottom, and letting their tamer use them as a tameable bed. When faced with the likes of the Domina line, the breed usually breaks easily, and often stays submissive, though enjoyment is up to the individual.

Feral Aguamiel live just about anywhere, and their first act is usually to start digging a well, using their ability to sense water to find an ideal spot to dig. Aguamiel packs can often form an oasis or lake over time, usually with assistance from Tamales to provide the plant life. They are generally skittish, and take to the water at the first sign of trouble, though the breed can be dangerous if cornered. Electric types are the easiest way to catch these cavy Pokégirls.

Thresholding into a Aguamiel is rare, but not unheard of, though usually thresholders with both water and rodent Pokégirl ancestry are more likely to become Pool Mouses or Mareens.