Seedot is a Grass type Pokemon introduced in Generation III. It evolves into Nuzleaf starting at level 14, which evolves into Shiftry when exposed to a Leaf Stone. Take a look below for 25 fun and interesting facts about Seedot.
1. Seedot is a small, brown Pokemon that resembles an acorn.
2. A beige, mask-like pattern covers its large black eyes, and it has two beige feet.
3. It has a gray “cap” with a short stem on top of its head.
4. The stem is used to hang from tree branches in its forest home.
5. While hanging, this Pokémon absorbs moisture and nutrients from the tree until it becomes too heavy and falls to the ground.
6. The more it drinks, the glossier its body becomes. Additionally, Seedot polishes itself with leaves once daily.
7. If it remains still, it can be mistaken for a nut and startles others by moving suddenly.
8. Pidgey is a natural predator of Seedot.
9. Together with Rattata, Magikarp, Ninjask, Goldeen, and Pichu, Seedot is the easiest Pokémon to catch in Pokémon Ranger, with only one loop needed.
10. Seedot can be seen as a parallel to Lotad. Both are Grass-type Generation III Pokémon that are part of a three-stage evolutionary line, whose first evolution occurs starting at level 14, and whose second evolution requires an evolutionary stone. Both have the same base stat total as well as equal stats arranged differently (Seedot has greater physical stats while Lotad has greater special stats). Seedot is exclusive to Pokémon Ruby while Lotad is exclusive to Sapphire, with both Pokémon found in the same locations in their respective versions. Additionally, both Pokémon can be found in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum by using Dual-slot mode, with Seedot requiring Ruby and Lotad requiring Sapphire. Both can also be found in White Forest in White.
11. Seedot is tied with Bellsprout and Sunkern for the lowest base Special Defense stat of all Grass-type Pokémon.
12. Seedot is based on an acorn.
13. Seedot may be a combination of seed and dot or tot (referring to its small size).
14. Three Seedot appeared in Seeing is Believing. They were in a sad mood, but Professor Birch used his knowledge of Pokémon to cheer them up.
15. Multiple Seedot appeared in Jump for Joy!, where they were living in an old tree with several Nuzleaf and a Shiftry.
16. A Seedot appeared in Pinch Healing!, under the care of Matt. May played with it in the Pokémon Center.
17. Multiple Seedot appeared in Leave it to Brocko!, where they played a major role.
18. A Seedot appeared in Promoting Healthy Tangrowth!, where it accompanied Tangrowth and other Pokémon during several attempts to restore a damaged 1,000-year-old tree back to its original form.
19. Four Seedot debuted in Johto Photo Finish, during Harrison’s explanation of the Hoenn region.
20. A Seedot appeared in A Meditite Fight!.
21. A Seedot appeared in a fantasy in Going for a Spinda.
22. A Seedot appeared in Take the Lombre Home.
23. A Coordinator’s Seedot appeared in Cruisin’ for a Losin’.
24. Multiple wild Seedot appeared in Destiny Deoxys. Also, another Seedot appeared under the ownership of a Trainer.
25. A Seedot appeared in a fantasy in The Right Place and the Right Mime.