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Tunnelid
Tunnelid
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 .

BiologyEdit

PhysiologyEdit

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.

AbilitesEdit

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

BehaviorEdit

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.

HabitatEdit

Tunnelid can be found in desert-like areas.

MetamorphosisEdit

It transforms from Driggle at Level .

Encyclopedia EntryEdit

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

Known MovesEdit

Coming soon...

TriviaEdit

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

OriginEdit

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

Name OriginEdit

Tunnelid is a combination of tunnel and annelid.

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