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Lopunny

Lopunny (Japanese: ミミロップ Mimilop) is a Template:Type Template:OBP introduced in Generation IV.

It evolves from Template:P when leveled up with high friendship. It can Mega Evolve into Mega Lopunny using the Lopunnite.

Biology

Lopunny is a bipedal, rabbit-like Pokémon with a dark brown fur and a short, round tail. It has pink eyes with black markings on the inner edge, long tufts of cream-colored fur above its eyes, and a small, pink nose. Its long ears, which bend shortly above its head, end in fluffy, cream-colored fur. Lopunny is very proud of these ears, and never fails to groom them. If the ears are roughly handled, Lopunny will kick in retaliation. Its head, body, and hips are covered in dark brown fur, while its wrists and lower legs are covered in fluffy, cream-colored fur similar to its ears.

As Mega Lopunny, its personality drastically changes, becoming extremely aggressive with wild fighting instincts. In order to become more capable of fighting, it sheds the fur on its neck, upper torso, fingers, and legs, forming black patterns on the legs that resembles ripped Template:Wp. The tufts of fur above its eyes combine to form a single butterfly-shaped crest. The cream fur on its wrists and ankles becomes more round instead of fluffy, but the rest of its lower leg fur is replaced by the "pantyhose." Its ear fur now only covers two segments of each ear in fluffy bands.

It sheds its fur twice a year, and has a soft, fluffy coat in winter. This fur can be used to make warm mufflers and hats. Lopunny is a timid Pokémon that will cloak its body with its ears or spring away when it senses danger, though is capable of unleashing powerful kicks with its lithe legs. When Mega Evolved, a full-power whip swing from its ears can crumple steel plates.[1]

In the anime

In the main series

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Major appearances

Lopunny debuted in Arriving in Style!, under the ownership of a Pokémon Stylist named Paris. It was always seen outside of its Poké Ball, accompanying Paris. It later helped defeat Template:TRT when they attempted to steal all of the accessories at the Hearthome Collection.

Nando owns a Lopunny, which he used during the Sinnoh Grand Festival in Coming Full-Festival Circle!. Lopunny took part in a two-on-two Contest Battle along with Template:TP against Zoey's Template:P and Template:P, but it ended up losing.

Minor appearances

A Lopunny appeared in Template:MTR's fantasy in Noodles: Roamin' Off.

A Lopunny made a brief appearance in An Old Family Blend!, under the ownership of a Template:Pkmn competing in the Lily of the Valley Conference.

A Lopunny that can Mega Evolve into Mega Lopunny appeared in Mega Evolution Special II.

A Lopunny appeared in Loading the Dex!, during a fantasy that Template:MTR had after an encounter with a Template:TP alongside a Template:P and Template:P but were really Template:P, Template:P, and Template:P.

In the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer

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Mega Lopunny in the animated trailer

A Mega Lopunny made a cameo appearance in the Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire Animated Trailer, where it was seen battling a Mega Template:P. Template:-

In the manga

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Lopunny in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Main article: Platinum's Lopunny

Template:Adv caught a Lopunny before she challenged Candice in To and Fro with Froslass. Her powerful attacks managed to knock out Template:P, but she was pinned down by Template:TP and sacrificed herself with Template:M to heal Platinum's Rapidash.

In the Phantom Thief Pokémon 7 manga

Mako has a Lopunny which first appeared in Seven's Real Identity In Peril.

In the TCG

Main article: Lopunny (TCG)

Game data

NPC appearances

  • Template:G: Lopunny is the head of Team Charm. She knows Wigglytuff from long ago. Together, her team and the player's team explore Aegis Cave and defeat Template:P.

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  • Template:G: Team Charm debut in their own Special Episode, Lopunny being the playable character. She is shown to be the fun loving member of the group, even ending almost all of her sentences with hearts. The team hears about the treasure filled Southern Jungle. They are advised to stay away by a Template:P but the team continued on. They find a passed out Template:Mdc, who fainted due to hunger and give him a Template:DL, revitalizing him. They encounter Team AWD, who believe the team is pathetic. Before they enter, a Template:P pleads Charm to stop AWD, saying they were cruel to it. The team arrives at the dungeon's end, which holds an empty chest. AWD accuses Charm of taking the treasure and they fight. Wigglytuff appears to stop the brawl, and reveals that the chest is a Template:P. The Bellossom and Sentret earlier were also him. He reveals he is there to guard a Time Gear and the teams leave. They later bribe Wigglytuff with a Perfect Apple to join their team.
  • Template:G: Lopunny reappears alongside the other members of Team Charm as recruitable Pokémon.

Pokédex entries

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Mega Lopunny

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Game locations

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In side games

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Held Items

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Stats

Base stats

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Mega Lopunny

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Pokéathlon stats

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Type effectiveness

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Mega Lopunny

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Learnset

By leveling up

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By TM/HM

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By Template:Pkmn

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By tutoring

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By a prior evolution

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Side game data

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Evolution

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Sprites

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Gallery

Trivia

  • Lopunny is the only Pokémon that can learn Template:M by leveling up.
    • Its Template:P learns Template:M at the same level, and is also the only one to learn it by leveling up.
  • Mega Lopunny has the highest base Template:Stat stat of all Template:Type Pokémon.

Origin

Lopunny appears to be a caricature of a Template:Wp or other Template:Wp as seen in popular culture. The bunny girl costumes of Playboy fame are still quite popular in Japanese adult media, which might explain Lopunny's coquettish cry and girlish figure. It is also likely based on a Template:Wp, or more specifically the Template:Wp. Regular Lopunny is possibly a fashion model wearing women's fur or faux fur-cuffed gloves and boots, while Mega Lopunny may be inspired by 1980's styled aerobics outfits. Due to the size and placing of its eyebrows, which could resemble antlers, it is possible it is based on a jackalope.

Name origin

Lopunny is a combination of lop (a breed of rabbit with ears that flop over rather than stand erect) and bunny.

Mimilop is a combination of 耳 mimi (ear) and lop.

In other languages

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Related articles

  • Platinum's Lopunny
  • Team Charm

Notes

External links

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