LUGIASS, the Legendary Water Bird Pokégirl
Type: Near Human
Frequency: Extremely Rare (Unique)
Role: assassination of her sisters
Strong Vs: Fighting, Fire, Ground, Poison, Psychic, Water
Weak Vs: None (Dark, Electric, Ghost, Ice)
Attacks: Gust, Wing Buffet, Wingover, Hurricane, Dive, Bubbles, Water Spear, Water Tower, Water Punch, Water Kick, Psychic, Armor, Flash, Disable, Psi-Blade
Enhancements: Enhanced Vision (x15), Legendary Qualities, Legendary Salient Qualities, Improved Respiration, Endurance, Freejoints (hips and knees), Prehensile Feet, Atmospheric Comfort, Toughness, Darkvision, Water Breathing, Superior Hydraulic Resistance, Subcutaneous Insulation
Evolves From: N/A
Lugiass is the fifth Legendary bird Pokégirl. However, she hates her three more famous sisters, and feels nothing but contempt for the fourth, Whore-oh. She has based her life around this enmity, and it continues to drive her to this day.
Lugiass stands five and a half feet tall. Unlike her sisters, she has no feathers, instead having very smooth skin, akin to a Selkie, that is a whitish-blue color. Her wings are separate appendages from her arms, and are likewise featherless, having long flaps of skin at the ends that allow them to double as powerful flippers when she is submerged. Her feet are clawed, with a back-toe that allows her to have a sure grip on a surface. The only hair on her body hangs from her head down to just past her shoulders, the same color as her skin. Lugiass has patches of a deeper navy blue color over her eyes, giving her face an exotic look. The nipples of her C-cup breasts are this color also. Lugiass is equally at home flying high above the earth or swimming deep underwater, although she spends more of her time in the latter environment.
Although Whore-oh was, to Sukebe, a dismal failure, he wasn't quite ready to stop making new Legendaries just yet. The considerable power vacuum left by Typhonna's disappearance needed to be filled, and thus Sukebe tried one last time to create another Legendary bird. This time he had more success. Lugiass not only had the ubiquitous flying abilities of her sisters, but also had control over water, and, to ensure her might, was also given strong psychic abilities as well. However, when introduced to her sister Legendary birds, Lugiass's reception was cool at best. Although they didn't work together very often at all, the three Legendary birds still considered themselves something of a group in and of themselves, and viewed Lugiass as an outsider, partially because she was new, partially because she was so different from them, and partially because Whore-oh had soured them on the idea of new Legendary birds one year previous. They politely but firmly excluded Lugiass as much as they could. Although Lugiass did meet Whore-oh on one occasion, that was all it took for her to come to the same conclusion as the other Legendaries: she was a deluded fool. Lugiass left her fourth sister in disgust, not considering her worth her time or attention. As for her other sisters, she developed a dislike for them, and as time went on it grew stronger and stronger. Although she scored some impressive victories, her performance never outshone what Articunt, Zapdass, and Moltits had done earlier in the war, and she heard about it often from Sukebe and her fellows. By the time Sukebe died, she had developed a hatred for them that was startling in its intensity.
Until her creator's death, she never actually tried to harm or disparage her sisters, fearing Sukebe's wrath. After his demise though, she began to plot in earnest against them, imagining causing them humiliation, and, as time went on, death. She started to keep tabs on her sisters with her psychic abilities, using them from a distance to spy in them. It was in this way that she learned about their plans to slay Atmuff, including where and when it would happen once the three of them made up their minds. Although she didn't think they would be able to defeat the Legendary Warrior, she wanted to make sure they died in the conflict, and were not merely defeated. To this end, she contacted the most ruthless Legendary she knew of, one who was known to be willing to attack her fellows: Hy-bra. Lugiass guessed that the likely end to the battle would be her sisters retreating in defeat from Atmuff, and when Lugiass told the Legendary Multi-Headed Pokégirl of their plans, it was her hope that Hy-bra would arrive as the Legendary birds tried to retreat so she could drain them to death. Lugiass underestimated both Hy-bra's arrogance and her lust for power though. Even she didn't expect Hy-bra to use her wings to fly to the battlefield and attack Atmuff before the Legendary birds arrived, getting herself killed and weakening the Legendary Warrior. Lugiass could do nothing but watch from afar and seethe in impotent rage as her machinations backfired, granting her sisters the victory they likely wouldn't have achieved otherwise.
Lugiass doesn't like to battle, since conflict attracts attention, and she prefers to maintain a low profile, all the better to scheme undisturbed. When she does fight though, she usually tries to cripple her opponent's capabilities first, using attacks such as Wingover, Gust, and Disable to put her foe off-balance and at a disadvantage. She'll then use her Armor before using her more serious powers, such as Psychic and Water Kick. She usually reserves her Psi-Blade for foes she considers particularly dangerous. Lugiass is obsessed with bringing down her sisters, and is unwilling to die in a conflict since it would leave them alive and unharmed. Thus, she flees from a battle where it looks like she'll be defeated, usually using Flash to cover her escape.
Lugiass still spends her time dreaming up schemes to get her sisters. She is reluctant to face them in personal combat herself. They don't yet know she is out to get them, and she wants to keep it that way. She feels she could overcome one of them in a fight, but not without word of her actions spreading, since such a battle would draw massive attention, alerting the other two who would come to help their embattled sister. Worse, she is having trouble locating where her sisters went in the aftermath of the fight with Atmuff. She has discovered Articunt's location, and made sure the Watchers found out as well, and now spends her time traveling the seas and skies of the world, trying to locate the other two. She usually works through proxies, mostly young men who are motivated by her promises of Taming after they do her bidding. She keeps these promises, but mind-wipes them after the sex is over so they forget about having met her. In this way, she slowly but surely moves closer and closer to achieving her dream of revenge.
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 Lugiass’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 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, Lugiass has No Weakness (Level 85). If she were to face an Electric or a Ghost-type Pokégirl, or anything else that was considered Strong vs. Flying/Water/Psychic, at or below level 85, 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 Lugiass’s array of special attributes:
Watery Chaos: Having incredible command over both psychic and water powers, Lugiass is able to use one to make the other. She has the ability to psychically splice ambient molecules in the area to form them into dihydrogen monoxide, water, at will. She can only use this on ambient molecules present around her, not on anything more solid, such as building or people, but can use this to a virtually limitless degree, creating water in massive amounts. If Lugiass wanted to, she could probably flood a desert in little time.
Forceful Personality: Being an extremely powerful Psychic-type allows Lugiass to pack an extra punch in her attacks. All of her psychic attacks do considerably greater damage than they would if they came from another Psychic-type due to her incredible power. Also, all of her non-psychic attacks are kinetically enhanced to be stronger. Gust and Hurricane, for example, have the winds pushed faster by psychokinetic force, and attacks such as Water Spear and Water Kick are enhanced by force to hit extra hard.
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