Mr. Rime is a dual-type Ice/Psychic Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII. It evolves from Galarian Mr. Mime starting at level 42. It is the final form of Mime Jr. in the Galar region. Take a look below for 21 fun and interesting facts about Mr. Rime.
1. Mr. Rime is a bipedal, humanoid Pokemon.
2. Like its pre-evolved form Mr. Mime, it has growths resembling clown hair, but they are now black rather than blue and they cover the top of its head, resembling a bowler hat.
3. It has yellow eyes and a moustache that covers its mouth.
4. Their black-and-white torsos are made to resemble a coat or tuxedo with yellow shirt studs, a red lump, and a white cummerbund, together forming a face.
5. While its actual face remains expressionless, the features on its torso will change to convey emotions.
6. Its lower body is blue and its blue feet resemble large shoes with black soles. Its shoulder spheres are black, and has blue arms with white, mitten-like hands.
7. It always carries a blue cane made of ice.
8. Mr. Rime is highly skilled in tap dancing.
9. It waves its ice crane while it moves gracefully.
10. Mr. Rime is very popular due to its amusing movements.
11. Mime Jr. in particular looks up to it and works very hard to copy its graceful movements.
12. It can release psychic powers through the pattern on its belly.
13. Due to Mime Jr. being able to evolve into Galarian Mr. Mime, which can then evolve into Mr. Rime, Mr. Rime can possess several origin marks that other Pokémon introduced in the same generation cannot.
14. Mr. Rime and Sylveon are the only Pokémon introduced after Generation V that can have no origin mark.
15. Mr. Rime is the only Pokémon introduced after Generation VI that can have the blue pentagon.
16. Mr. Rime is the only Pokémon introduced after Generation VII that can have the black clover.
17. Mr. Rime is the only Pokémon introduced in Generation VIII that can know a move that cannot be used in Pokémon Sword and Shield. Specifically, it can know Double Slap, Meditate, and Wake-Up Slap due to evolving from Mime Jr. that learned these moves in a previous game.
18. Mr. Rime appears to be based off tap dancers. Its species name suggests that it may also be inspired by comedians, such as Charlie Chaplin, an English comedic actor of the silent film era, often considered one of the greatest and most prominent actors of the era. More specifically, it seems to draw inspiration from Chaplin’s iconic “Tramp” character.
19. In addition, whereas Mime Jr. resembles an infant, Mr. Rime resembles an elder or senior citizen.
20. Mr. Rime may be derived from the male honorific Mr., and rime, a type of frost. It may also be derived from rhyme, as its name rhymes with its pre-evolved form, Mr. Mime.
21. In Assistant, a street performer’s Mr. Rime put on a performance alongside its Trainer.