I understand that this was already uploaded to MonsterMMORPG under another name. Behemoth is actually my creation, and the person who drew the other one and I have already settled things amongst ourselves. Besides that, here's Behemoth, one of my first fakemon I've ever created, redrawn today in hopes that I'll get the image replaced on MonsterMMORPG. I'll draw its prevolutions later.
Behemoth, the Spectre Pokemon.
Type: Bug/Ghost Height: 5'7". Length: 6 ft. Weight: 28 lbs.
Behemoth, the spectre Pokemon, is often mistaken for a large, dangerous beast because of the markings on its wings. The markings are used to scare away Behemoth's main predators, bird Pokemon, Scarror, and Terrontula. Found only in the darkest parts of forests, Behemoth will cling to trees with their wings spread wide; Their markings glow in the dark, resembling glinting eyes and a terrifying, toothy grin. Trainers are often scared of the actually harmless Behemoth, and will run off and get lost in the dark forests. The markings are the same on the front and back of its wings, and they will shed the scales of their wings and replace the color of the eye-like markings if Pokemon start to notice that it isn't a real face.
Fun Facts! Behemoths are omnivorous, and will eat small bug Pokemon, such as caterpie, weedle, and joltik. Behemoths will eat their cocoon after they have hatched. Behemoths are sometimes found in dark corners of abandoned houses. Behemoths don't sleep; Instead, they go into a dormant "rest", where they are aware of their surroundings, but won't move unless they need to. On full moon lit nights, young Behemoths will migrate to other dark areas to breed. While flying, their antennae release a sparkling gold dust, which can put Pokemon to sleep. Behemoths can spit silk, and wrap their prey like a spider, sucking the tissue out of it.
Yes, I do. I have already forgiven her, and I'm sorry that my friends hurt her so much. I just wanted the credit I deserve for my creation, and I didn't want her to get hurt, I just wanted her to know that she should have asked instead of taking credit.