Liepard's two abilities are Limber, which prevents the Pokémon from becoming Paralyzed, and Unburden, which doubles the Pokemon's Speed whenever a held item is used in battle. A third Ability is available to Liepard that come from the Dream World, the Prankster Ability. This Ability affects Status Attacks, increasing their Speed Priority by 1.
Purrloin can evolve into Liepard at Level 20.
Liepard is in the Field Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Liepard One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Liepard is a slender cat Pokémon with purple fur and distinct yellow triangular markings.
Like Purrloin, the fur around its eyes makes up a mask shape.
Liepard doesn't have any differences to differentiate between male and female.
Liepard appears at the Challengers' Ground Forest 1-4 and World Axle B1 Forest in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Trading Card Game
Liepard is listed as a Rare Card in the Black&White and Emerging Powers sets.
Wild Liepard appear during the episode The Four Seasons of Sawsbuck!
Liepard appears in the Black Version of Pokémon Movie 14.
Liepard's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Liepard is a part of the Neverused (NU) tier of competitive battling. With an incredible ability in Prankster, Liepard can take full advantage of its expansive support movepool, which includes moves like Encore, Thunder Wave, Sunny Day, and Rain Dance. It can deter set up sweepers from boosting up with Encore or shut them down with Thunder Wave if need be. With access to great Dark STABs in Knock Off, Sucker Punch, and Pursuit, Liepard can prove to be highly useful in wearing down, crippling, or revenge killing the opposing foe. Other than its standard offensive utility and pivot set, it can run a weather support set, which proves to be great as it can provide weather support quickly and pivot out with U-turn to allow for a threat to take advantage of the weather condition. Liepard can even be a unique Nasty Plot sweeper with Dark Pulse and Copycat to allow for it to outspeed priority attacks like Samurott's Aqua Jet with ease. With a Choice Band, Liepard can spam powerful Knock Offs while having U-turn for pivoting, some powerful coverage moves like Seed Bomb, Play Rough, and Gunk Shot to surprise opposing foes, and Pursuit to check mate Ghost and Psychic-types that try to switch out. Liepard is very frail, though, and can be difficult to switch in even against certain Psychic-types which may carry Signal Beam. It also lacks sufficient power to break through bulky foes, and it is very prediction reliant as a result of all these flaws.
Liepard is also usable in the Rarelyused (RU) tier of competitive battling. It can fit on offensive teams due to its access to priority Thunder Wave and Encore, which provides valuable support against potential set up sweepers. It has U-turn and a good Speed tier, making it a nice utility Pokémon that can pivot out or revenge kill certain weakened foes. However, it is frail and can be taken out by many powerful attacks, limiting its viability quite a bit.