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23 Amazing And Awesome Facts About Slurpuff From Pokemon

Slurpuff is a Fairy-type Pokémon introduced in Generation VI. It evolves from Swirlix when traded holding a Whipped Dream. Take a look below for 23 amazing and awesome facts about Slurpuff.

1. Slurpuff is a white, bipedal Pokemon.

2. It has reddish pink eyes with white pupils and is usually seen with its tongue poking out of the corner of its mouth.

3. On top of its head is a mass of fluffy pink fur with a red sphere on top.

4. On either side of its head, its pink fur forms a spherical shape similar to ears.

5. Around its neck is a wavy, red collar and there is a red spot on the left side of its chest.

6. It has small, pink feet with three toes and stubby arms.

7. Slurpuff has an exceptionally keen sense of smell that is 100 million times stronger than that of a human.

8. This allows it to distinguish even the faintest of smells and assist pastry chefs in the cooking.

9. Slurpuff can tell a person’s mental and physical condition by taking in their scent.

10. Its fur contains a lot of air, making it light and soft to the touch.

11. Slurpuff can be seen as a parallel to Aromatisse. Both are Generation VI Fairy-type Pokémon that are version-exclusives of Pokémon X and Y, with Slurpuff being exclusive to X, and Aromatisse to Y, both have signature Abilities that affect themselves as well as their allies, and both evolve from their base forms when traded holding a certain item.

12. Slurpuff is based on the meringue, a dessert made from whipped egg whites and sugar.

13. It is often topped with whipped cream and fruits to create a meringue nest. The red sphere on its head resembles a fruit topping such as a strawberry or cherry.

14. Meringue is also used as a sweet base on other various desserts such as cakes, pies and pastries.

15. Slurpuff may also be based on cupcakes or Japanese-style mille-feuille.

16. Cupcakes are sometimes referred to as fairy cakes, which may be an inspiration for its type.

17. Considering its lolling tongue, nose, paws, and ear-like circular extensions on its head, it may also be based on a dog, possibly a Bichon Frise or poodle.

18. Slurpuff may be a combination of slurp and puff. It may also be a play on the word surplus.

19. Slurpuff debuted in A Battle by Any Other Name!, under the ownership of Miette. She is her main Pokémon, which she uses in every Pokémon Showcase she competes in. She was Ash’s Pikachu’s first dance partner during Party Dancecapades!. Slurpuff was also used during a Multi Battle with James and Inkay. They went up against Ash and Serena, who were using Pikachu and Eevee, but were defeated when Eevee evolved into Sylveon.

20. A male Slurpuff appeared in Rivals: Today and Tomorrow!, under the ownership of Sawyer. He was first used during a battle against Ash, where he battled Hawlucha but was defeated. Slurpuff reappeared in Valuable Experience for All!, during Sawyer’s battle against Tierno in the Lumiose Conference. He battled Raichu before being defeated by Blastoise. Sawyer used Slurpuff against Ash once more in A Riveting Rivalry!; he battled Goodra, which ultimately resulted in a tie.

21. A Slurpuff appeared in Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, under the ownership of Raleigh. It was Raleigh’s companion, and eventually proceeded to become his partner when Raleigh decided to set off on a Pokémon journey by the end of the movie.

22. A Trainer’s Slurpuff appeared in Thawing an Icy Panic!.

23. Multiple Slurpuff appeared as images in A Shocking Grocery Run!.

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