Urshido grows significantly during evolution. It now must consume large amounts of bamboo or other plant material to supplement its photosynthesis in order to support its more active lifestyle. The leaf gauntlets on its forearms are extremely tough, allowing Urshido to use them for protection as well as an enhancement for its punching attacks.
After evolution, Urshido's increased size and strength allow it to use several new fighting-type techniques that it couldn't use as an Ursprout. Urshido are excellent jumpers and climbers, and often prefer to attack foes from above.
In the wild, Urshido are mostly solitary, having left their mothers' watchful care upon evolution. Urshido are extremely agile amongst the jungle canopy, with an almost monkey-like ability to move from tree to tree. It is very rare to see an Urshido on the ground for any extended period of time. Urshido will generally avoid confrontation with anything larger than themselves; however, if directly challenged Urshido will always stand its ground, often taking the initiative in the fight.
When domesticated, Urshido show a marked increase in reckless energy when compared to their previous form. Trainers should take care to give them plenty of excercise time. Whilst its new form has afforded Urshido a wealth of new offensive options in combat, its defenses are still not fully developed. Thus, in one-on-one combat Urshido prefers to attack quickly and use its speed to keep distance from its opponent.