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25 Fascinating And Interesting Facts About Glalie From Pokemon

Glalie is an Ice type Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It evolves from Snorunt starting at level 42. It is one of Snorunt’s final forms, the other being Froslass. It can Mega Evolve into Mega Glalie using the Glalitite. Take a look below for 25 fascinating and interesting facts about Glalie.

1. Glalie is a spherical Pokemon that consists of a black rock core covered by ice.

2. The icy covering has several holes and spaces across this Pokémon’s body. 

3. Blue eyes and a mouth with flat teeth are visible through three of these holes. 

4. There are two large, black, conical horns on either side of Glalie’s head.

5. Mega Glalie’s jaw is dislocated because of the overwhelming energy, causing its mouth to extend to the length of its face.

6. The lower jaw is all black except for two light-blue, conical, icy spikes. The pupils in Mega Glalie’s eyes are now red instead of black. 

7. The horns on top Mega Glalie’s head have been partially turned into ice, with the addition of a third horn on its forehead.

8. Glalie’s icy body is actually rock that is not particularly hard. 

9. It does not melt, and it can control ice by instantly freezing moisture in the air into any desirable shape. 

10. This ability is used to drape itself in ice armor and freeze its prey, which it then consumes whole.

11. It prefers consuming Pokémon like Vanillite that are already frozen though.

12. It can be found in caves, particularly when the outside weather lacks snow.

13. Mega Glalie can spill endless blizzards from its broken mouth, though it gets irritated by the fact that it can no longer consume its prey.

14. Glalie shares all of its base stats with Phione.

15. Super Smash Bros. Brawl’s Snorunt trophy incorrectly claims that only male Snorunt evolve into Glalie.

16. Similar to Jynx, Glalie is based on human features, most likely on a cold, distant person or facial expression. It also looks somewhat similar to an ice hockey mask. Due to its horns and teeth, it may be based on a standard oni or possibly even onigiri (rice ball), as its Japanese name suggests. It also resembles a hailstone.

17. Glalie may be a combination of glacier and goalie.

18. Ash’s Snorunt evolved into Glalie in Rhapsody in Drew. It only stayed during the Ever Grande Conference. It is now residing at Professor Oak’s lab.

19. A Glalie appeared in The Drifting Snorunt!, under the ownership of a Poacher. The poacher used Glalie to assist in capturing a Snorunt, which it did by frightening it into submission. However, it was defeated by Ash’s Chimchar and a wild Froslass.

20. A Glalie appeared in a flashback in Survival of the Striaton Gym!, under the ownership of Morana. It was seen battling and defeating Cress’s Panpour.

21. A Glalie that can Mega Evolve appeared in Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, under the control of Levi’s Mega Wave. Glalie was used to battle against Volcanion. It was later freed from Levi’s control when Alva’s Mega Wave Crystal was destroyed, and it escaped.

22. A Glalie appeared in the opening sequence of Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.

23. A Glalie made a brief cameo in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky – Beyond Time & Darkness.

24. A Glalie that can Mega Evolve into Mega Glalie appeared in the ending segment of Mega Evolution Special II.

25. A Trainer’s Glalie appeared in Getting a Jump on the Competition!, where it was seen participating in the Pokémon Sled Jump Games.

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