Tunnelid
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Encyclopedia Number 051
Type Earth/Metal
Species Sandworm
Height 7' 04"
Weight 96.10 lbs
Evolves Into N/A
Evolves From Driggle
Egg Group Sand
Ability Unknown

Tunnelid is a Earth/Metal Type Sandworm Meta Monster. It transforms from Driggle at Level .

Biology[edit | edit source]

Physiology[edit | edit source]

Tunnelid is a 7-foot worm-like creature. It has light-brown skin divided into 11 segments, seperated by thin lines. Tunnelied has two semi-circle eyes, each surrounded by a dark brown circle. Between the fifth and sixth segments is a large thick metallic band with two plates on it. The front of Tunnelid's face is a large drill that is divided into six segments. The second and fifth segments from the tip are encircled by spikes. The tail tapers at the tip; the tail is tipped by a large spike. The spike is segmented as well. Tunnelid also has three metallic, shark-like fins on the back of its head.

Abilites[edit | edit source]

Tunnelid's drill is strong enough to tunnel through reinforced steel.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

Tunnelid is a very persistent predator that attacks by drilling up at prey from underneath. It can usually be seen coming by its metal fins protruding through the soil.

Habitat[edit | edit source]

Tunnelid can be found in desert-like areas.

Metamorphosis[edit | edit source]

It transforms from Driggle at Level .

Encyclopedia Entry[edit | edit source]

"Tunnelid can usually be seen coming by its metal fins protruding through the soil."

Known Moves[edit | edit source]

Coming soon...

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Tunnelid is the fifty-first Meta Monster in the Encyclopedia.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Tunnelid is based on an earthworm. Tunnelid may also be inspired by the Graboids, monsters from the movie Tremors.

Name Origin[edit | edit source]

Tunnelid is a combination of tunnel and annelid.

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