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With such a plethora of wildlife swimming just beneath their feet, it's no wonder that the residents of Hudor Reef have their proverbial pick of the litter when it comes to seafaring Pokémon. Staryu cling to the bows of ships, while schools of Remoraid and Luvdisc swim alongside fishermen. Hudor's official bird is Swanna.
Glittering just under the water's surface and sprawling for miles, this reef edges the shore, and provides a hub for fishermen and trainers alike to catch -types, especially the abundant Corsola. Overzealous trainers may find themselves quickly outnumbered by the large schools of wild Pokémon, or even worse, fishermen who'd really rather you handed over that Magikarp, there... Those few souls who have chosen to live above the reef have created a mini colony of wooden boats and rafts, tied together by bridges of makeshift floats, and mostly consist of former Piscari residents, now separate from the land and having formed their own unique culture. Hudor natives have a deep respect for the ocean, and strictly ban fishing for any reason other than for food or direct linking. Poachers are immensely distrusted, and will have a hard time even talking to the locals.
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Cultellus Reefs Miniature patches of coral reefs dot the area around Hudor Reef, grouped together under the nickname of Cultellus due to their diminutive size and surprisingly deadly nature. The empty, rotting hulls of small fishing boats and expensive freighters litter the shallows below, and hungry -types lurk in wait for their next easy meal...
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