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    Default Rotom: Electro magnetic field?

    Well, i'm sort of surprised no ones thought of this yet. You see, there's a theory that the earth is covered in fields of electricity. When a house or another building/ landmark is on one of these fields, it can cause strange occourances. What does this have to do with Rotom you ask? Well, these happenings canoften be interpreted as ghostly activity, hince Rotom's ghost/electric type. Also, these fields are thought to drain the power out of batteries, and power draining is something Rotom is also known for. So, what do you think?
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    It's possible that that is one of the bases for Rotom, a lot of pokemon are based off of multiple things (even if they look like one animal type) and I forgot about what you said. It's very believable and like them to use.

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    It certainly makes sense. i have heard of that, and the only other thing rotom looks like it plasma.

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    DOES IT VIA COPY/PASTE Æsahættr's Avatar
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    Anyone here seen Poltergeist? But that theory sounds feasible, too.

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