|#549|| Chlorophyll/Own Tempo|
|3'7" (1.1m)||35.9 lbs (16.3kg)|
|Male: 0%||Female: 100%|
|Evolves From||Evolves Into|
|Egg Group||Catch Rate|
|NU||2 Special Attack Points|
Lilligant (Unova Pokédex. She is a Grass type, and is known as the Flowering Pokémon.) is the 55th Pokémon in the
Lilligant can potentially have three different abilities: First, Chlorophyll, which doubles the speed of this Pokémon when it is sunny. Speed does not double on the same turn in which the weather becomes sunny, however. Second, Own Tempo, which makes her immune to becoming Confused. The third ability can only be acquired via the Dream World: Leaf Guard, which heals all status problems during strong sunlight.
Lilligant is in the Grass Egg Group, and it will take approximately 5,120 Steps for her Egg to hatch. It takes Lilligant One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Lilligant takes the appearance of a living female flower with a flower blooming on her head.
Lilligant are exclusively female.
Lilligant can be found inside the Pinwheel Forest, the Abundant Shrine and theLostlorn Forest in Pokémon White only. To obtain one in Pokémon Black, you must trade for an evolved one from a Pokémon White Game Card, or evolving the Petilil obtained as part of an in-game trade in Nacrene City. In Pokémon White 2, Lilligant appears at Castelia City, Pinwheel Forest, Lostlorn Forest, Abundant Shrine and Victory Road. To obtain a Lilligant in Pokémon Black 2, trade a Cottonee for a Petilil with a trainer at Route 4 and evolve the Petilil.
Lilligant appears in the Verdant Courts of the Arbor Area in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond. It can be befriended by defeating it in battle, after which you'll be able to call it into battle.
Lilligant appears at Greenleaf in Pokémon Conquest, but is only available by way of a Password.
Trading Card Game
Lilligant is listed in three sets and a Black/White Promo. Lilligant is listed as an Uncommon Card in the Emerging Powers set, and as a Rare Card in the Black&White and Noble Victories sets.
Another trainer appears with a Lilligant in the episode A Maractus Musical. A second trainer's Lilligant is also involved in the two-part mini-series involving Tornadus, Thundurus and Landorus.
Wild Lilligant appear in both versions of Pokémon Movie 14.
Lilligant's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Lilligant is in the Neverused (NU) tier of competitive battling. With an amazing boosting move in Quiver Dance, Lilligant can be a very effective sweeper. With Sleep Powder, Lilligant is often able to incapacitate a foe and allow for it to have better chances to set up. It is a set up sweeper that can actually switch into Water-types, as it resists many of their attacks and can take advantage of their presence to set up. It runs a Life Orb or Miracle Seed to maximize the power of its STAB Giga Drain. However, Lilligant suffers from lackluster coverage options, as it has to rely on Hidden Power to attack to those that resist its STAB, and depending on which Hidden Power it runs, it will be walled by something. It also has trouble with some common Pokémon like Magmortar, Scyther, and Vileplume, but still is a force to be reckoned with due to its great sweeping ability when its checks are eliminated.
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
Petilil Exclusive Moves
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