A closer relation to a minnow than an eel, the Electric Eel has specialized electrical organs in its tail, which electrify prey with jolts of up to 650 volts. This is a strong enough shock to kill a fish easily or stun a full-grown man. The Eel has a long and cylindrical shape and averages 2.75 m (9 ft) in length. It propels itself through the water using its extended anal fin. The Eel also uses the electrical charge to navigate in murky, muddy waters.
Strategic Value Edit
Electrical attacks: Useful? Yes! Let’s face it, there’s no other reason for this one, but that is reason enough. Its electric attack makes the Electric Eel a great choice for any combination. Couple it with creatures that give it the mobility and health that it lacks.