ELECTROCAT, the Excitable Electric Cat Pokégirl

Type: Near Human
Element: Electric
Frequency: Uncommon
Diet: prefers fish, chicken, milk, and rice. Usually finds finer brands of pokéchow acceptable.
Role: home security
Libido: Average
Strong Vs: Electric, Flying, Steel, Water
Weak Vs: Dragon, Ground, Plant, Rock
Attacks: Bite, Lightning Body, Slash, Spark, Static Barrier, Thunder Shock, Thunder Wave, Needle Spray, Pleasure Spark
Enhancements: Enhanced Senses (Hearing, Sight) (x3), Enhanced Agility (x3), Enhanced Speed (x2), Nightvision, Natural Weapons (Claws)
Evolves: None
Evolves From: Kitten (Thunder Stone)

    When a Kitten is given a Thunder Stone, she evolves into an Electrocat. Electrocats usually have yellow coats of fur, though white patches in it are not uncommon. Very rarely there are Electrocats with deep blue fur. Their bust size remains the same as it was as a Kitten, something they are usually disappointed about. The hairs on their coat of fur can be consciously made to stand up with their own static electricity, making it so that opponents who physically strike them take damage from the needle-hairs. These hairs can also be flung at enemies a short range away. Electrocats are usually found in cities, disliking wilderness areas where there are lots of plants and Ground-type Pokégirls that ground her natural electricity.

    Electrocats have been recently touted as the new Pokégirl to have for home security. Their basically lazy nature, common to almost all cat Pokégirls, means that they are unlikely to try and run away or even leave home, so they’re likely to be around when someone tries to break in. Using their Thunder Wave and Static Barrier to stop thieves without hurting them too badly, as well as their own natural body hairs as needles, Electrocats are fast becoming the pet Pokégirl of choice for people to adopt. If this keeps up their Frequency rating may soon shift from Uncommon to Common.

    Electrocats are decent fighters, and fight better from a distance. They like to use Spark and Thunder Bolt to try and electrocute their enemies before they can close, minimizing risk to themselves. If they feel that their foe is making a serious attempt to get close for hand-to-hand combat, they’ll use Static Barrier to keep them at a distance and Thunder Wave to try and paralyze them. Should close combat be unavoidable, an Electrocat will flare out the hairs on her coat of fur for defense and begin using her physical attacks, trying to use Needle Spray to open more distance between her and her enemy. They have one sex attack, Jolt, where they deliver a small shock to their opponent’s sensitive areas, the jolt exciting them the same way a pinch or a slap would.

    Electrocats enjoy being on the bottom during Taming. Their basic lazy nature leads them to want their Tamer to do all the work. They do their fair share though, knowing that a dissatisfied Tamer is one who won’t work as hard to please them. They also make sure to never flare out their hair into needles when being Tamed, no matter how much ecstasy they’re in, since doing so would seriously damage their Tamer’s willingness to Tame them again.

    Feral Electrocats become more rowdy than they would be ordinarily. They tend to use their electricity more often, giving small shocks to anyone around them. They also tend to wander somewhat in this state, usually venturing further abroad than they would care to if they had all their wits. Even in this state though, they won’t wander too far, and will usually stay in the same general area. Threshold girls don’t usually become Electrocats. Thanks to the recent propaganda campaign about the uses of Electrocat pets though, girls who do become Electrocats are finding their families to be slightly more understanding than they usually would, although that isn’t saying too much. Still, Electrocats are now considered one of the better types of Pokégirls to become if Threshold is unavoidable.