Meloetta (Japanese: メロエッタMeroetta) is a Normal/Psychic-type event-exclusive Mythical Pokémon introduced in Generation V. In its Pirouette Forme, Meloetta is a Normal/Fighting-type. It is known to sing, and its hair resembles a musical staff and notes. In order to make a Meloetta change form it has to have the move Relic Song which can be taught by a man in a café in Castelia City.
Meloetta will make its debut in the special Pikachu short, which will air alongside the 15th Pokémon movie.
Meloetta represents a feminine pokemon. She is also a melody Pokémon. In her Aria Forme, she has has long, green hair that sags to the ground. Her hair looks a musical staff with some whole notes on it and green eyes with no pupils that resemble whole notes. It looks like she's wearing a short dress drifting to the right, looks like she's sitting, and has something that looks like a microphone on her head. In her Pirouette Forme, you have to use Relic Song to transform her, she changes kind of drastically. All the parts of her that were green turn reddish orange, her hair spirals upward, and her dress changes to a four-part dancer's dress. The microphone on her head moves to the end of her hair and becomes a treble clef. Hence the name; Pirouette, which is a kind of dance, her position changes so that she looks like she's dancing. In both forms, she levitates and her arms resemble quarter notes.
Meloetta does not evolve.
In the anime
Meloetta will make its debut in "Meloetta's Glittery Recital". It will also set to appear in Best Wishes 2 series, where it becomes enamoured with Ash after he protected it from Team Rocket and will travel with him and his friends.
Bold indicates this Pokémon receives STAB from this move. Italic indicates an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Shiny Aria Form
Shiny Pirouette Form
Her Western name may derive from the words melody (melody) and puppet (etta), given the set of musical motifs of this Pokémon and its appearance like a puppet and her hair is like a line of musical notes. Or it could come from Meloetta as it relates to music.
Its Japanese name is derived from grouper (attraction) and its feminine form etta (Juliet, beloved of Romeo in Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare). Your kind "せんりつ" means Melody.
Meloetta has appeared in the most episodes in a row than any other legendary Pokémon ( even though she is mythical ). This record was originally held by Lugia.
Meloetta's pirouette form is the only Pokemon to be Normal and Fighting. Along with the Aria form being the second Pokemon to be Normal and Psychic. The first is Girafarig.