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22 Amazing And Fun Facts About Brionne From Pokemon

Brionne is a Water-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VII. It evolves from Popplio starting at level 17 and evolves into Primarina starting at level 34. Take a look below for 22 amazing and fun facts about Brionne.

1. Brionne is a light blue, pinniped Pokemon with three ruffle like growth around its body.

2. The first ruffle is just under its front flippers, while the last is shortly before the tail.

3. The ruffles alternate white and pale blue.

4. Its long ears are made up of three segments that lighten and increase in size towards the tip; the first segment is ovoid, while the latter two are spherical.

5. It has a long, conical snout with a white tip, a spherical pink nose, and large dark eyes with pinkish pupils.

6. Its front flippers are much longer than its tail flippers, although both have white tips.

7. There are three digits on the front flippers.

8. Brionne can create water balloons in a variety of colors. 

9. While it normally learns to dance from members of its colony, Brionne can also learn to dance from humans.

10. It works diligently to memorize each dance through imitation, and gets excited when it sees a dance it does not know.

11. It is capable of dancing in perfect time with others, even if it’s never danced with them before.

12. Large groups of Brionne can be seen dancing together on moonlit nights.

13. Its battle strategy consists of dancing while creating water balloons.

14. The dance confuses the opponent, and during this weakness, Brionne slaps the balloons toward the target where they explode.

15. Only those who have earned its trust can see this Pokémon when it is sad.

16. It will otherwise always act cheerful and never allow its sorrow to show.

17. Brionne and its evolutionary relatives are the only starter Pokémon to have a piscine body.

18. Brionne appears to be based on a sea lion and performers such as Japanese idols, ballerinas and circus clowns.

19. Brionne may come from brio (vivacity of style or performance), sea lion, brine, and ondine (a type of female water nymph or mermaid).

20. Lana’s Brionne first appeared in Evolving Research!. It evolved from her Popplio after a training session inspired by Ida and her Primarina’s Oceanic Operetta. It evolved into a Primarina in The One That Didn’t Get Away!.

21. Brionne debuted in Balloons, Brionne, and Belligerence!, under the ownership of Ida. It was first seen being used as part of a street performance alongside its Trainer. It evolved into a Primarina sometime before Evolving Research!.

22. A Trainer’s Brionne appeared in Battling on the Wing!, where it was watching the battles during the Manalo Conference.

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