Lickilicky is a dark pink, rotund Pokémon with a small tail and a long tongue. It has a yellow line pattern on its belly and a white bib-like pattern, making it almost resemble a round baby boy. It also has what appears to be a curled appendage on its head. It has a big appetite. It can lick anything or anyone close by for any leftover crumbs. Its saliva can decompose anything, and it wraps its long tongue around things, like its prey, to coat them with its sticky saliva. It has space in its throat to store saliva, and it can also roll up its tongue and store it there. Lickilicky lives in forests with a large body of water.
In the anime
In the manga
In The Rise of Darkrai manga
Lickilicky, as well as the Lickilicky form of Baron Alberto, appear in the manga adaption of the 10th Pokémon movie, The Rise of Darkrai.
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
- Main article: Kit
After a wild Lickitung stole Diamond's map (among others belonging to passerby citizens), Diamond fought it with his Shieldon, but it evolved into Lickilicky and became even more difficult to catch. Eventually, by utilizing the Dowsing Machine and Pedometer apps on his Pokétch, he captured it and named it Kit. It was then helpful for rescuing one of Professor Rowan's assistants when his lab was attacked by Mars' flock of Yanmega.
In the Phantom Thief Pokémon 7 manga
Hiori used a Lickilicky to open one of Rocco's puzzle doors in Challenge From A Rival.
In the TCG
Similar to its pre-evolution Lickitung, it may be based on lizards like iguanas and chameleons due to its long tongue and somewhat reptilian appearance. On the other hand, Lickilicky’s bulbous body makes it resemble a round baby. Moreover, considering the white bib-like pattern on Lickilicky’s torso and Lickilicky’s voracious appetite, Lickilicky may be based on an exaggerated concept of a bloated gourmand, perhaps dressed in macaroni-style or dandy-style fashion.
Lickilicky is a repetition of lick in the slang form, licky.
Berobelt may be any combination of べろ bero (tongue), ベロベロ berobero (onomatopoeia for licking), and べろっと berotto (licking or sticking out one's tongue).
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