(Burungeru ブルンゲル )
[[ Generation V]]
No evolution line
Jellicent (Japanese: ブルンゲル Burungeru) is a / Water - Ghost type Pokémon introduced in Generation V. Jellicent is the evolved form of Frillish. Along with its pre-evolutions, it has gender differences with stereotypical colors associated with males and females with blue and pink respectively. The male also sports a white marking that takes up most of its front face resembling a mustache. One is used by Elite Four Shauntal and Gym Leader Marlon.
The fate of the ships and crew that wander into Jellicent's habitat: all sunken, all lost, all vanished.
They propel themselves by expelling absorbed seawater from their bodies. Their favorite food is life energy.
Jellicent resembles a jellyfish and very slightly an octopus.
Jellicent's name is a combination of jellyfish and translucent. It can also be taken from magnificent as it looks aristocratic.
It appears to be a remake of Tentacruel, as it is a Water type, 2 stage evolution, it and its pre-evolution are both dual-typed and it's based on a jellyfish.
It may be the "king" and "queen" of the ocean, considering the tufts on top of their heads look like crowns and their all around regal appearance.
It also appears to look like Drifblim. Coincidentally, they are both part types.
Ghost The male form of Jellicent is only seen once in a trainer battle at Undella Bay.
Jellicent and its pre-evolution, Frillish, are the only dual-type Pokémon that can learn Water Spout.
Jellicent, along with 2 other Pokémon in Unova, have major gender differences in terms of looks. The other two are Unfezant and Frillish.
Jellicents' shiny forms also are also mainly stereotypical colors that males and females like, more specifically, green and purple.
Despite being a Water-type Pokémon, its -type characteristics give it the ability to use Ghost -type moves.
grass Jellicent are unique for naturally having the ability Cursed Body.
Jellicent are some what bloated and slow moving.
It only learns Special and Status moves by leveling up. Coincidentally, competitive players regard it as a special wall, and to a lesser extent, special sweeper.