GALEM, the “Tough As A Mountain” Pokégirl
Type: Near Human
Element: Rock
Frequency: Uncommon
Diet: Pokéchow, rocks & pebbles with high mineral content
Role: mining
Libido: Low initially, but can be higher with a tough Tamer
Strong Vs: Bug, Electric, Fire, Flying, Ice, Poison, Rock
Weak Vs: Fighting, Ground, Plant, Steel, Water
Attacks: Harden, Takedown, Body Slam, Heavy Punch, Roll Out, Seismic Smash, Earthquake, Stone Spray/Spike, Stone Shield
Enhancements: High Density and Toughness (x15), Earth Affinity, Enhanced Strength (x12)
Evolves: Golina (Water Stone)
Evolves From: Gravelgal (battle stress)
    This form of Geogal is quite a force to be reckoned with. With a much greater capacity to store minerals, and more efficient use, the Galem can last much longer in combat. Her skin is naturally tougher, resistant to most small attacks, and she follows the Gravelgal’s example by fighting naked.
    In addition, she gains the use of her most powerful techniques. Creating enough stone skin to form a more rounded shape, the Galem uses Roll Out becomes a giant rolling boulder. The souped up earthquake destabilizes any ground-based Pokégirl, leaving them open to a flying Body Slam. For defense, the Galem can generate a slab of stone skin to use as a barrier, to shield both her, her Tamer, and the girls of her Tamer’s Harem from harm. It is said that the most skilled Galems can create an empty-shell replica of themselves with their skin, using it to deceive opponents. Though this requires much practice and concentration, and is a very rare skill.
    There is a infamous story about Galem’s, that during the Great War, a force of these rock Pokégirl’s ambushed the American 38th armored tank division by rolling downhill, smashing through machinery and men alike. Bullets merely bounced off their thick shells, and segments of rock that were blown away by heavy shells and bazookas, were quickly healed. In a matter of minutes, the 38th division was completely wiped out.