Lopunny can use one of two Abilities, the first being Cute Charm. Whenever hit with a move that requires physical contact, the opponent will have a 30% chance of becoming infatuated with the user, but only if the opponent is of the opposite gender. Lopunny can also use the Klutz Ability, which prevents hold items from affecting it unless those hold items affect experience. Its Hidden Ability is Limber, which prevents it from becoming afflicted with Paralysis.
Lopunny resembles a rabbit that walks on two legs rather than four. It is composed of both short brown fur, and lighter tan fur. It has really big ears that are mostly made up of its thick, tan fur, and at the top there is some brown fur. There are also puffs of tan fur at the end of its arms, and the end of its feet are tan colored. It has a round, ball shaped tail made up of brown fur.
Lopunny has no gender differences.
In most of its game appearances, the only way to obtain a Lopunny is to evolve a Buneary. In Pokémon Black 2, however, it can be caught in Castelia City from a shaking patch of grass. In Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, it can be found in Poni Grove when called on by a Buneary in an S.O.S. Battle.
Lopunny can be found at Mystery Jungle B1-B29 in Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky. Lopunny is exclusive to Blazing Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing at Fire Mountains 16F-25F and Legendary Volcanic Island on the following floors: 26-29, 31-33, 37-39, 43 & 44, 46 and 49.
Lopunny appears within Vien Forest in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. In Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, Lopunny can be found on the Mountainside Top of Mt. Sorbet in the Present, but Lopunny doesn't appear in the Past Missions.
Lopunny can be obtained in the Granite Zone by completing a Tag Race in PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure. In PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, Lopunny can be found at the Tech Area's Train Depot after successfully retrieving it from Wish Park. Show it a photo of a Buneary to befriend it.
Trading Card Game
Lopunny is listed as an Uncommon Card in Pokémon Organized Play Series 9. Lopunny is listed as an Uncommon Card in the Supreme Victors set, and as a Rare Card in the Diamond and Pearl, Legends Awakened and Arceus sets.
Lopunny has yet to appear in any of the films as of writing.
Lopunny's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
In Generation VI, Lopunny finds itself in the PU tier of competitive battling. Lopunny's niche lies in a combination of its ability Klutz and Switcheroo, which can allow Lopunny to cripple opposing physical attackers with a Flame Orb. Lopunny is also very fast which allows for it to outspeed the majority of the tier. Unfortunately for Lopunny, it is outclassed by Stoutland and Purugly as an offensive Normal-type. Audino is a better defensive Normal-type due to a superior support movepool and better overall bulk, while Mr. Mime is a better Healing Wish user due to better offensive prowess. Lopunny's frailty makes it hard for it to switch into attackers, and its Speed, while good, is not able to outpace certain Pokémon like Raichu, Zebstrika, and Floatzel.
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