Jellicent can have one of the following abilities: Water Absorb, which heals up to 25% of its Maximum HP when it gets with with a Water Type attack, or Cursed Body, an ability that can disable an attack that strikes this Pokémon 30% of the time. Jellicent that came from the Dream World have the ability Damp, which prevents another Pokémon from using the moves Selfdestruct and Explosion while the Pokémon that has Damp is on the field.
Frillish evolve into Jellicent at Level 40.
Jellicent is in the Amorphous Egg Group, and its Egg will take approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Jellicent One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Jellicent takes on the appearance of a jellyfish with squid-like tentacles.
Male Jellicent are blue in appearance whereas female Jellicent are pink in appearance. Additionally, Male Jellicent also appear to have a large white mustache on the front of their faces, which goes all the way around to the back of its head. Female Jellicent have what appears to be a cloud-like wreath that runs from its chin all the around to the back of its head.
The tentacles at the center of Jellicent differ in appearance between the Males and Females.
Jellicent can be found at Routes 4, 17, 18, Driftveil City, and the P2 Laboratory in Black and White. In Black 2 and White 2, Jellicent appear at Routes 4, 13, 17, 18, 21, P2 Laboratory, Undella Town, Undella Bay, Virbank City, outside the Virbank Complex, the first floor of Seaside Cave and Seigaiha City. Also, a Jellicent with its Hidden Ability appears at Undella Bay that can be interacted with. This Jellicent appears on Mondays in Black 2, but will appear on Thursdays in White 2.
Jellicent only appears while Surfing regardless of the game that it appears in.
Jellicent appears at Desolated Ruins Beach 3-1 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Trading Card Game
Jellicent is listed as a Rare Card in the Noble Victories and Next Destinies sets.
A trainer named Rinzo uses a Jellicent in an episode that has yet to be seen outside of Japan.
Wild Jellicent appear in both versions of Pokémon Movie 14.
Jellicent's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Jellicent is a part of the Rarelyused (RU) tier of competitive battling. With a unique typing that allows for it to check many threats such as Flygon and Mega Glalie, Jellicent is a good defensive Pokémon in the tier. Its ability to not be easy set-up bait due to moves like Scald, Will-O-Wisp, and Taunt allow for it to be an annoyance against many Pokémon in the tier. It can perform a stallbreaker role relatively well thanks to the Taunt and Will-O-Wisp combination, and if it opts for Hex, Jellicent can wear down at Pokémon relentlessly. Reliable recovery in Recover and a secondary Ghost-typing that can allow for it to block Rapid Spin are just a few more traits as to why Jellicent makes for an effective Pokémon in the tier. Jellicent is not perfect, though, as its weakness to moves like Knock Off and Pursuit can be highly problematic, with the former being a common coverage move among Fighting-types and the latter being potentially fatal when pitted against Pokémon like Sneasel.
Jellicent is also a viable option in the Underused (UU) tier of competitive battling. With a typing that allows for it to check Pokémon like Entei, Jellicent can act as a great defensive Water-type. Water Absorb is a great ability that gives Jellicent the ability to switch into other bulky Water-types like Suicune and Empoleon with no fear. Great overall bulk and access to reliable recovery are also traits that make Jellicent a formidable defensive Pokémon. However, Jellicent's weakness to Knock Off is annoying as Pokémon like Heracross and Mienshao can easily use it to take away Jellicent's Leftovers and heavily damage it in the process. Jellicent also is a bit slow to Taunt certain Pokémon effectively, even though it is still a good user of the move.
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
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