Malodor
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Encyclopedia Number 017
Type Poison
Species Stranger
Height 3' 05"
Weight 49.5 lbs
Evolves Into Toxious
Evolves From N/A
Egg Group Humanoid
Ability Unknown

Malodor is a Poison Type Stranger Meta Monster. It transforms into Toxious at Level .

Biology[edit | edit source]

Physiology[edit | edit source]

Malodor is a small dark creature . Its face is obscured by permanent darkness, save for two glowing white eyes. Malodor appears to wear a dark gray fedora-like hat, although that is most likely a part of its body. Around its neck is a silver scarf-like appendage that resembles a metallic tube. The tub encircles the base of Malodor's head and continues down the front of its body, ending in a circular piece with a black mark in the center. The tube is segmented completely. Malodor seems to wear a black cloak.

Abilites[edit | edit source]

Malodors are able to release toxic gas from the black circle on its scarf. These gases can cause both Meta Monsters and humans to become physically ill.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Malodor are solitary creatures that prefer to keep to themselves.

Habitat[edit | edit source]

Malodors can be found in forests, although they can be seen in suburban areas.

Metamorphosis[edit | edit source]

It transforms into Toxious at Level .

Encyclopedia Entry[edit | edit source]

"Malodor attacks its prey by releasing toxic gases from the black spot on its scarf."

Known Moves[edit | edit source]

Coming soon...

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Malodor is the seventeeth Meta Monster in the Encyclopedia.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Malodor is based on a cryptid known as the Mad Gasser, a shadowy being that was supposedly seen spraying toxic gases into peoples' bedrooms at night.

Name Origin[edit | edit source]

Malodor is a combination of malady, meaning sickness, and odor. It also includes mal, meaning bad.

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