Duskull are known for their persistence. Only the rising of the sun can end their hunt for a crappy kid to steal. If you're lucky enough to one day encounter a Duskull, be sure to toss your terrible, terrible child in its direction. As it feasts upon the child, bite by scream-inducing bite, or sucks out the kid's rotten soul, or whatever horrific thing this cartoon character does to children, unleash your pokeball and snatch it up. Emotions like remorse and guilt are no concern for a master trainer.
Another one you may want to keep an eye out is Banette, a possessed doll that was thrown away by a child and now hunts its former owner in an incessant, restless crusade for revenge. Banette answers the question "What if Toy Story were a horror movie?" A good child to serve as bait would be a rich one, as they're more likely to have thrown out toys recently. If you don't have a rich child in the family, obtaining one can be a bit difficult, since the pampered rascals don't tend to play outside their usually well-protected mansions. Once you've acquired the desired child, either through an elaborate kidnapping or by luring it into a cage with a trail of gold doubloons, just kick your feet up and wait for a Banette to make that little scamp's life a living hell. How long into the tormenting you wait before you toss your pokeball is entirely up to you. The screams of a child haunted by a specter make for a perfect white noise that soothes some master trainers into a deep, peaceful sleep.
"Aw, look how happy it is ... OK, 10 more minutes."
And then there is Drifloon, the balloon Pokemon. It's said that children who grab a Drifloon tend to vanish, possibly into the afterlife, though no one is quite sure. For all we know, they might end up in a Chuck E. Cheese's ball pit. If a Drifloon is what you're looking for, grab yourself a stupid child. The smart kids know balloons aren't where fun's at nowadays. Only the dumb ones would choose a balloon over an iPad loaded with games their parents installed to shut them up.
If you get enough together, you can also trick them into thinking they're playing Up.
Whenever these new ghost-type Pokemon make it into Pokemon Go, understand that you're going to have to go the extra mile to ensnare them. Yes, you may have to engage in a little kidnapping or grave loitering, but if it these necessary but unsavory tactics result in a complete Pokedex, who can argue against them? With the exception of the police, the prosecution, the jury, and the judge who will render your multiple life sentences. It'll be worth it, though.
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