Long thought to be extinct, this recently rediscovered species of Pokèmon was once considered a deity among ancient peoples. When archaeologists unearthed a temple with intricate carvings on the walls, they first mistaked the symbol for these creatures to simply be carvings of shirts.
Innoscet: Fairly harmless. Unable to move very quickly on its own, it often hitches rides on the backs of its more evolved brethren, which often gives them the appearance of a legless person.
Innoscathe: Uses its long, prehensile ears as arms as it slides across beaches, and uses its teeth - which are stronger than steel - to crack open the shells of mollusks left behind when the tide goes out. If the flame in its center goes out, the innoscathe dies - it's a wonder they've survived for so long near the ocean...
Insconsor: Is able to create columns of flame both in front and behind itself from the fire in its center, the red markings around which are said to hypnotize prey. The glowing design on its head
is the source of its incredible psychic abilities.
Interesting note 1: Although all forms of this Pokèmon are fairly slow, on extremely rare occasions, they have been sighted running up to 20mph on their ears. It is unknown as to why they don't move this way more often.
Interesting note 2: The glowing marks on their head were found to be caused by a fluid just beneath the surface of their skin. When people found a way to extract this fluid, it became a huge market for powering red-numbered digital alarm clocks. This, in addition to brash Pokèmon trainers, has resulted in the species being hunted to near extinction, and there are only 165 left in the wild.