SCYLLA, the Legendary Ocean Mistress Pokegirl

Type: Near Human - Inhumanoid Metamorph (Sea Monster)
Element: Water/Psychic
Frequency: Extremely Rare (Unique)
Diet: Itcthovore
Role: Water based destruction
Libido: Average
Strong Vs: Fire, Rock, Water, Fighting, Poison, Psychic
Weak Vs: **Electric, Ice, Plant, Bug, Dark, Ghost
Attacks: Bubbles, Water Spear, Water Tower, Water Punch, Water Kick, Psychic, Armor, Flash, Disable, Psi-Blade, Water Spear, Tidal Wave, Water Tower, Hydro Pump, Rain, Mirror Image, Whirlpool, Draining Rain, Water Golem, Water God, Wrap, Crushing Wrap
Enhancements: Enhanced Senses (Vision)(x15), Enhanced Endurance (x10), Improved Respiration, Enhanced Durability (x10), Darkvision, Water Breathing, Pressure Resistance, Hydrokinesis (Mastery; 2km radius), Advanced Regeneration (Water), Flight (Telekinetic), Thermal Tolerance (Cold)
Evolves: N/A
Evolves From: N/A
Revised: January 2014

In terms of sheer land destruction, Scylla is second only to the Titan legendaries. The aquatic legendary was sent to subdue the middle east, a job she preformed with gusto over the course of years until she was finally killed by the Langoud. Records indicate the legendary was ordered to hit key cities and would have eventually been attempting to scour all life from the area before she was stopped.

Scylla had two forms. The first was that of a blue skinned woman standing at a little over a meter and a half (distance estimates put her at 1.6 meters or 5' 3'') with eyes that matched her skin. Her hair was silvery and her hands and feet were lightly webbed to allow for better locomotion underwater. There are disparate reports of presence or lack of gills, and no information has been found to elaborate on this. Some researchers insist the Legendary had gills on her back, others claim it was her neck, still others claim she didn't have visible gills. There is a popular theory that the Legendary used her own water-breathing granting ability on herself, while an opposing theory states she had well hidden gill slits or an ability to breathe magically underwater. Both theories are based heavily on conjecture.

Scylla's battle form has been well documented, as this was the form she assumed whenever battles began or when using her Chrybdis ability. The pokegirl grew to twice her size above the waist, as her lower body shifted into a monstrosity. A long serpentine lower body covered in tough scales replaced her legs, extending out 3.5 meters (11' 6'') from the pokegirl's waist. These scales were sea blue and counter colored to allow for better camouflage when in the sea. The Legendary's waist was ringed with tentacles, each tipped with a tooth filled maw and small eye spots that detected movement. Several of the tentacles were studied upon Scylla's demise, and determined that these appendages gave the pokegirl an increased array of vision which was how she deftly avoided many attacks. These tentacles numbered 8 and could cover most of the pokegirl's lower half, making Scylla mistakenly be described as having the lover half of an octopus at first.

Caution seemed to be Scylla's watchword. The Legendary preformed an incredible amount of destruction, but always from the safety of water -either by being in a body of water or using her abilities to maintain a sphere of water around herself. The water enabled the Legendary to regenerate at an incredible rate, making her able to shrug off many attempts by humans to kill her. No notes, books, or diaries have been found to further glimpse into this Legendary's mind. The few anecdotes from survivors seems to support a sensual mindset with a petty streak. It is known that the aquatic legendary did not like other legendaries in general, preferring to stay away from them or running them outright from the Middle East, which she considered her territory according to one report.

Scylla also battled cautiously, if engaged away from a large body of water, the Legendary's response was to flee back toward water. She preferred to wear away opponents from afar using her aquatic abilities, though could be instantly deadly up close due to her complete mastery over water which could shift torpedoes from their designated path or send depth charges back to the surface. Once secure in a body of water, the Legendary would attack with her various abilities with the intent to kill. It was this tendency to try and be secure that ultimately killed the legendary, as the Langoud was able to vaporize the lake the Legendary was in as well as blasting Scylla during one of her trips inland. Operation Oddessy was the first successful operation by the Langoud, and the first kill of a Legendary pokegirl.

Scylla's taming preferences were largely unknown, though from exploration and one account it seems that the Legendary frequently kidnapped humans to tame and kept them in one of several underwater grottoes until she grew tired of them. The legendary would also claim victims from shipwrecks, use her ability to make them able to breathe under water, and then tame them before leaving them to their fate.

It is unknown if Scylla ever went feral, though with the frequency of taming the Legendary did and her cautious nature, it seems likely that she never became feral at any point in her life. After her demise and the incineration of the remains, no DNA was left behind due to the fear that the Legendary could somehow regenerate from any portion left. This makes any analysis impossible. Scylla is often cited in history classes as being notable for being the first Legendary to be killed by humans, and set the tone for the last of the Revenge War.

LEGENDARY QUALITIES: All Legendary Pokégirls have these special attributes, making them above and beyond other Pokégirls.

Truly Unique: All Legendary Pokegirls 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 Scylla’s shape and even copy her powers to some degree, but not any of her Legendary Qualities or Legendary Salient Qualities (see below), nor her learned skills. They can have their base stock altered to be used in the formation of a new Pokegirl type though.

Deathlessness: Scylla has a superior version of longevity that makes her immune to death from natural causes. She will never die unless she is killed. However, poison, disease, or any unnatural cause still has a normal chance to kill her, barring their special immunities and strengths.

No Weakness: All Legendary pokegirls can ignore their type's normal weaknesses, to a point. When facing a Pokegirl less powerful than herself, if that Pokegirl 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, if she were to face an Electric or a Dark type Pokegirl, or anything else that was considered strong against Water or Psychic that was also less powerful in their respective element than Scylla in her own element, she wouldn't be considered weak against it, nor would it be considered strong against her. Pokegirls at a level of power above Scylla's would treat things normally.

LEGENDARY SALIENT QUALITIES: Some Legendary Pokegirls have special qualities others don’t have. Here is Scylla’s array of special attributes:

Charybdis: Scylla's control over water is so great that not only can she pull water easily from living beings or control their body's water at close range (15 meters), but she can create a whirling cyclone of water that can erode a mountain within days. This sphere of death could be as large as two kilometers in diameter which literally scoured the surface of what is now the Qamar League.

Blessing of the Nymph: Scylla is able to grant other creatures the ability to breathe under water. This is usually granted by a prick from her claws on the neck of the terrestrial creature. The special secretion used causes the effected to grow gills for up to a week before needing to be injected again. Scylla used this ability to take humans to tame, or interrogation or other combat uses. This ability does not grant resistance to the intense pressures of the deep ocean, nor does it grant immunity to depressurization sickness.