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|Name (Japanese), Number||Lileep (???), 345|
|Video game base stats¹|
|Gender distribution||87.5% male, 12.5% female|
|¹ Stats for trading card versions may vary.|
Lileep (Ririira in Japanese) is a Rock/Grass-type Pokémon found (as a fossil) in Hoenn. It is like a yellowy-orange flower with a black centre, in which are a beady yellow pair of eyes. The flower rests on a purple blob with fake eye-spots, with is in turn on a yellow banded stalk with a large purple 'foot' at the bottom. It is 3'03" in height, weighs 52.5lbs, a SEA LILY Pokémon, and evolves into Cradily.
Its name probably originates from the words "lily" and "deep."
Lileep is a prehistoric Pokémon; the only way to get it in the Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire games is to pick up the Root Fossil in the desert on Route 111, and take it to the Devon Co. building, where a guy at a computer will resurrect it for you. Sadly, like Omanyte and Omastar before it, it lies in the shadow of its prehistoric counterpart Anorith and Armaldo. If you want to surprise people, though, go for Lileep, as Armaldo has so much attack that he's rather cheap.
Pokémon Ruby Pokédex Entry: LILEEP became extinct approximately a hundred million years ago. This ancient Pokémon attaches itself to a rock on the seafloor and catches approaching prey using tentacles shaped like flower petals.
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