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==History==
 
==History==
 
[[Image:Brock Lotad.png|thumb|left|As a {{p|Lotad}}]]
 
[[Image:Brock Lotad.png|thumb|left|As a {{p|Lotad}}]]
Before joining Brock's party in episode ''[[AG012|The Lotad Lowdown]]'', {{p|Lotad}} belonged to a group of Lotad that lived near the Flower Shop between [[Petalburg City]] and [[Rustboro City|Rustboro]]. It was somewhat dense compared to the other Lotad that watered the shop's garden, but thanks to some encouragement from Brock, it eventually was able to water the plants as well. Soon after, it joins Brock's team after rescuing its fellow Lotad from {{TRT}}.
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Before joining Brock's party in episode ''[[AG012|The Lotad Lowdown]]'', {{p|Lotad}} belonged to a group of Lotad that lived near the Flower Shop between [[Petalburg City]] and [[Rustboro City|Rustboro]]. It was somewhat dense compared to the other Lotad that watered the shop's garden, but thanks to some encouragement from Brock, it eventually was able to water the plants as well. Soon after, it joined Brock's team after rescuing its fellow Lotad from {{TRT}}.
   
 
Lotad's personality was somewhat similar to that of [[Misty's Psyduck]], although not as frustrating to its Trainer, as Brock is much more patient then {{an|Misty}} was. It usually had a vacant stare about it and was slow to react to the events occurring around it. Nevertheless, it remained a trustworthy Pokémon when called upon to do battle or to aid Brock (its lily pad makes for a handy table). It stood loyally by Brock's side when he nursed an injured {{p|Sharpedo}} back to health in episode ''[[AG019|Sharpedo Attack!]]''.
 
Lotad's personality was somewhat similar to that of [[Misty's Psyduck]], although not as frustrating to its Trainer, as Brock is much more patient then {{an|Misty}} was. It usually had a vacant stare about it and was slow to react to the events occurring around it. Nevertheless, it remained a trustworthy Pokémon when called upon to do battle or to aid Brock (its lily pad makes for a handy table). It stood loyally by Brock's side when he nursed an injured {{p|Sharpedo}} back to health in episode ''[[AG019|Sharpedo Attack!]]''.
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[[File:Brock Lombre.png|thumb|left|As a {{p|Lombre}}]]
 
[[File:Brock Lombre.png|thumb|left|As a {{p|Lombre}}]]
   
Lotad evolved in ''[[AG063|Take the Lombre Home!]]'', after falling into an empty well. The people of the nearby village claimed {{p|Lombre}} as their "Water Lord," and hoped that it would be able to end the drought blamed on a {{p|Solrock}}. As a Lombre, it continues to be used often alongside [[Brock's Marshtomp|Mudkip]]. Because it looks similar to a sombrero-wearing human, Lombre has performed alongside Brock in his [[Takeshi's Paradise]] outfit.
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Lotad evolved in ''[[AG063|Take the Lombre Home!]]'', after falling into an empty well. The people of the nearby village claimed {{p|Lombre}} as their "Water Lord," and hoped that it would be able to end the drought blamed on a {{p|Solrock}}. As a Lombre, it continued to be used often alongside [[Brock's Marshtomp|Mudkip]]. Because it looks similar to a sombrero-wearing human, Lombre has performed alongside Brock in his [[Takeshi's Paradise]] outfit.
   
In ''[[AG105|Once in a Mawile]]'', a {{p|Mawile}} became infatuated with a seemingly uninterested Lombre. Brock wished Lombre to reciprocate so that he can get closer to Mawile's Trainer, [[Samantha]], but Lombre appeared apathetic. Later, while Mawile and Samantha are performing onstage, Lombre searched through Samantha's belongings, discovering a {{evostone|Water Stone}}. The contact with the Water Stone triggers its evolution into {{p|Ludicolo}}, as well as a change in personality. As a Ludicolo it is much more friendly and energetic, and it now willing to return Mawile's affection. Unfortunately for Ludicolo (and Brock), Mawile wanted nothing to do with the fully evolved Pokémon and moved on to other Pokémon, namely a {{p|Psyduck}}. Although surprised, Ludicolo quickly bounced back to its happy state and took Brock with it.
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In ''[[AG105|Once in a Mawile]]'', a {{p|Mawile}} became infatuated with a seemingly uninterested Lombre. Brock wished Lombre to reciprocate so that he could get closer to Mawile's Trainer, [[Samantha]], but Lombre appeared apathetic. Later, while Mawile and Samantha were performing onstage, Lombre searched through Samantha's belongings, discovering a {{evostone|Water Stone}}. The contact with the Water Stone triggered its evolution into {{p|Ludicolo}}, as well as a change in personality. As a Ludicolo, it now was much more friendly and energetic, and was now willing to return Mawile's affection. Unfortunately for Ludicolo (and Brock), Mawile wanted nothing to do with the fully evolved Pokémon and moved on to other Pokémon, namely a {{p|Psyduck}}. Although surprised, Ludicolo quickly bounced back to its happy state and took Brock with it.
 
Because of how much [[Brock's siblings|his brothers and sisters]] enjoyed it, Brock left Ludicolo with his family at the [[Pewter City]] Gym, as revealed in ''[[AG134|A Real Cleffa Hanger]]''.
 
Because of how much [[Brock's siblings|his brothers and sisters]] enjoyed it, Brock left Ludicolo with his family at the [[Pewter City]] Gym, as revealed in ''[[AG134|A Real Cleffa Hanger]]''.
   
Ludicolo also appears in ''[[AG177|Grating Spaces!]]'' where it was revealed that Brock's parents took Ludicolo with them on holiday so it could carry their luggage.
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Ludicolo also appeared in ''[[AG177|Grating Spaces!]]'' where it was revealed that Brock's parents took Ludicolo with them on holiday so it could carry their luggage.
   
 
==Personality and characteristics==
 
==Personality and characteristics==

Revision as of 15:43, 14 February 2013

Brock's Ludicolo
タケシのルンパッパ Takeshi's Runpappa
Poké Ball
Brock Ludicolo.png
Brock's Ludicolo
Debuts in The Lotad Lowdown
Caught at Route 104
Evolves in Take the Lombre Home!
Once in a Mawile
Gender Unknown
Ability Unknown
Current location Pewter Gym
Lotad Lombre Ludicolo
This Pokémon spent 51 episodes as Lotad and 42 episodes as Lombre.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Lotad Miyako Itō Kayzie Rogers
As Lombre Miyako Itō Dan Green
As Ludicolo Fumihiko Tachiki Eric Stuart (AG105-AG124)
Bill Rogers (AG177-present)

Brock's Ludicolo (Japanese: タケシのルンパッパ Takeshi's Runpappa) was the first Pokémon acquired by Brock in Hoenn, and his sixth in total.

History

As a Lotad

Before joining Brock's party in episode The Lotad Lowdown, Lotad belonged to a group of Lotad that lived near the Flower Shop between Petalburg City and Rustboro. It was somewhat dense compared to the other Lotad that watered the shop's garden, but thanks to some encouragement from Brock, it eventually was able to water the plants as well. Soon after, it joined Brock's team after rescuing its fellow Lotad from Team Rocket.

Lotad's personality was somewhat similar to that of Misty's Psyduck, although not as frustrating to its Trainer, as Brock is much more patient then Misty was. It usually had a vacant stare about it and was slow to react to the events occurring around it. Nevertheless, it remained a trustworthy Pokémon when called upon to do battle or to aid Brock (its lily pad makes for a handy table). It stood loyally by Brock's side when he nursed an injured Sharpedo back to health in episode Sharpedo Attack!. During the events of the episode A Mudkip Mission, Lotad rescued some Mudkip, one of which Brock captured. Since then, the two Water types would often be used together, usually to launch a dual Water Gun attack.

As a Lombre

Lotad evolved in Take the Lombre Home!, after falling into an empty well. The people of the nearby village claimed Lombre as their "Water Lord," and hoped that it would be able to end the drought blamed on a Solrock. As a Lombre, it continued to be used often alongside Mudkip. Because it looks similar to a sombrero-wearing human, Lombre has performed alongside Brock in his Takeshi's Paradise outfit.

In Once in a Mawile, a Mawile became infatuated with a seemingly uninterested Lombre. Brock wished Lombre to reciprocate so that he could get closer to Mawile's Trainer, Samantha, but Lombre appeared apathetic. Later, while Mawile and Samantha were performing onstage, Lombre searched through Samantha's belongings, discovering a Water Stone. The contact with the Water Stone triggered its evolution into Ludicolo, as well as a change in personality. As a Ludicolo, it now was much more friendly and energetic, and was now willing to return Mawile's affection. Unfortunately for Ludicolo (and Brock), Mawile wanted nothing to do with the fully evolved Pokémon and moved on to other Pokémon, namely a Psyduck. Although surprised, Ludicolo quickly bounced back to its happy state and took Brock with it. Because of how much his brothers and sisters enjoyed it, Brock left Ludicolo with his family at the Pewter City Gym, as revealed in A Real Cleffa Hanger.

Ludicolo also appeared in Grating Spaces! where it was revealed that Brock's parents took Ludicolo with them on holiday so it could carry their luggage.

Personality and characteristics

As a Lotad, Ludicolo proved to be a bit slower than the other Lotad it worked with. Gradually, Lotad grew to be a high functioning Pokémon, with the help of Brock's encouragement. As a Lombre, Ludicolo proved to be a very happy Pokémon, often cheering for its teammates in battle. In Once in a Mawile!, Lombre shown that it was oblivious to Mawile's advances, proving that it was also quite carefree. As a Ludicolo, it seems to maintain these characteristics. As seen in Grating Spaces, Ludicolo proves to be a very helpful Pokémon, happily helping Brock's parents with their luggage.

Moves used

Brock Ludicolo Razor Leaf.png
Using Razor Leaf
Move First Used In
Water Gun The Lotad Lowdown
Razor Leaf Sharpedo Attack!
Bullet Seed Once in a Mawile
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Trivia

  • Brock's capture of Lotad marks the first time that any of the main protagonists owned a Grass-type Pokémon besides Ash.
  • All of the moves used by Lotad, Lombre, and Ludicolo cannot be used in the games through leveling up. Water Gun and Razor Leaf have to be taught through breeding (though impossible at the same time), and Bullet Seed has to be taught through TM09.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Lotad, Lombre, and Ludicolo.



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