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Floragato (Japanese: ニャローテ, HepburnNyarōte) is a Grass-type Pokémon introduced in Generation IX. It is the evolved form of Sprigatito.

Biology[]

Physiology[]

Floragato is a humanoid feline Pokémon with green fur, some plant growth around its neck, and a facial pattern that makes up as the mask and tie. A flower bud is located on its neck, which Floragato uses as a yo-yo.

Behavior[]

Floragato are mischievous and love showing off. Prone to loneliness, they will start misbehaving if their Trainers give them inadequate attention, such as wrapping their sleeping Trainers as a desperate means to coerce attention. Even when not resorting to extreme methods, when not given said attention or they become jealous of their Trainer's other Pokémon, their fur will become prickly to the touch and will only become soft again when they receive adequate attention. [1]

When being entertained enough, Floragato prove themselves to be dexterous and intelligent in terms of combat, especially with the utilization of their flower buds.

Natural abilities[]

Floragato are capable of utilizing the buds on their necks in specialized vine manipulation for deftly striking their unaware opponents.

Evolution[]

Floragato evolves from Sprigatito at level 16. It later evolves into Meowscarada at level 36.

Game Info[]

Locations[]

Locations
Version(s) Area(s) Rarity
Scarlet and Violet Evolve Sprigatito One

Pokédex entries[]

  • Scarlet

    Floragato deftly wields the vine hidden beneath its long fur, slamming the hard flower bud against its opponents.

  • Violet

    The hardness of Floragato's fur depends on the Pokémon's mood. When Floragato is prepared to battle, its fur becomes pointed and needle sharp.


Stats[]

Stats
HP
61
Attack
80
Defense
63
Sp. Atk
60
Sp. Def
63
Speed
83
Total
410

Learnset[]

Leveling[]

Generation IX
Level Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
1 Scratch Type Normal Physical 40 100% 35
1 Tail Whip Type Normal Physical - 100% 30
1 Leafage Type Grass Physical 40 100% 40
7 Bite Type Dark Physical 60 100% 25
10 Hone Claws Type Dark Status - -% 15
13 Magical Leaf Type Grass Special 60 -% 20
15 Quick Attack Type Normal Physical 40 100% 30
20 Seed Bomb Type Grass Physical 80 100% 15
24 U-turn Type Bug Physical 70 100% 20
28 Worry Seed Type Grass Status - 100% 10
33 Slash Type Normal Physical 70 100% 20
38 Energy Ball Type Grass Special 90 100% 10
42 Play Rough Type Fairy Physical 90 90% 10
46 Leaf Storm Type Grass Special 130 90% 5
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

TM[]

Generation IX
Machine Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
TM001 Take Down Type Normal Physical 90 85% 20
TM002 Charm Type Fairy Status - 100% 20
TM003 Fake Tears Type Dark Status - 100% 20
TM004 Agility Type Psychic Status - -% 30
TM005 Mud-Slap Type Ground Special 20 100% 10
TM007 Protect Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM012 Low Kick Type Fighting Physical - 100% 20
TM014 Acrobatics Type Flying Physical 55 100% 15
TM019 Disarming Voice Type Fairy Special 40 -% 15
TM020 Trailblaze Type Grass Physical 50 100% 20
TM025 Facade Type Normal Physical 70 100% 20
TM032 Swift Type Normal Special 60 -% 20
TM033 Magical Leaf Type Grass Special 60 -% 20
TM039 Low Sweep Type Fighting Physical 65 100% 20
TM043 Fling Type Dark Physical - 100% 10
TM047 Endure Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM056 Bullet Seed Type Grass Physical 25 100% 30
TM060 U-turn Type Bug Physical 70 100% 20
TM061 Shadow Claw Type Ghost Physical 70 100% 15
TM068 Thunder Punch Type Electric Physical 75 100% 15
TM070 Sleep Talk Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM071 Seed Bomb Type Grass Physical 80 100% 15
TM081 Grass Knot Type Grass Special - 100% 20
TM085 Rest Type Psychic Status - -% 5
TM087 Taunt Type Dark Status - 100% 20
TM103 Substitute Type Normal Status - -% 10
TM111 Giga Drain Type Grass Special 75 100% 10
TM119 Energy Ball Type Grass Special 90 100% 10
TM127 Play Rough Type Fairy Physical 90 90% 10
TM130 Helping Hand Type Normal Status - -% 20
TM137 Grassy Terrain Type Grass Status - -% 10
TM140 Nasty Plot Type Dark Status - -% 20
TM146 Grass Pledge Type Grass Special 80 100% 10
TM159 Leaf Storm Type Grass Special 130 90% 5
TM168 Solar Beam Type Grass Special 120 100% 10
TM171 Tera Blast Type Normal Special 80 100% 10
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Breeding[]

To see the Egg Moves that Floragato can learn, refer to Sprigatito.


Tutoring[]

Generation IX
Games Move Type Category Power Accuracy PP
Bold indicates that this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.
Italic indicates that an evolved or alternate form of this Pokémon receives STAB from this move.

Sprites[]

    In other media[]

    Anime[]

    Liko Floragato

    Liko's Floragato.

    Liko's Sprigatito evolves into Floragato in "PH045".

    Trivia[]

    • Floragato bares similarities with Frogadier:
      • Both have Protean as their hidden ability.
      • Both specialize in speed and attack.
      • Both their evolved states gain the Dark typing.

    Origin[]

    Floragato seems to be based on a cat. In particular, it could draw inspiration from a Siamese cat or Himalayan cat. The flower bud and vine resemble a yo-yo and the bud being kept on Floragato's chest may be a reference to a boutonnière, a flower worn on clothing. The boot patterns on its legs may reference Puss in Boots, a famous fairy tale in Europe about an anthropomorphic trickster cat who wore boots.

    Etymology[]

    Floragato comes from "flora" referring to plant-life and "gato" the Spanish term for cat.

    Other languages[]

    • French: Mastourgeon is a portmanteau of matou and bourgeon
    • Japanese: ニャローテ (Nyarote) might be a portmanteau of ニャ (nya), Japanese onomatopoeia for a cat's cry and brote, Spanish for plant bud.

    Gallery[]

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