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Lyra's Roserade
Lyra's Roserade
Gender Female
Type grass/poison
Ability Poison Point
Pokémon Information
Current Location With Lyra
Original Trainer Lyra
First Appearance
Story Debut Roselia and Roserade! A New Companion for Silus!

Lyra's Roserade (コトネのロズレイド, Kotone no Roserade), nicknamed Rosey, is the first Pokémon Lyra caught in the Hora region.

Biology Edit

Roserade’s appearance incorporates features of roses and decorative dress, such as masquerade. The three spikes that Roserade had on its head when it was a Roselia have been replaced with "hair" made of white rose petals. Roserade no longer has a leafy skirt, but a leafy, green cape instead, with a yellow, collar-like bangle on its neck. The ‘cape’ pattern reaches toward the back of Roserade’s head, in spiky, sepal-like extensions on the 'hair'. This Pokémon species has a dark-green ‘mask’ pattern over their eyes, which possess red irises and have yellow eyelids. The lower portion of its face is light green, and the single roses that Roserade had in its hands when it was a Roselia have now become bouquets of roses; red for its right hand and blue for its left. Its limbs and underside, which has a thin vertical stripe running down it, are light green, and its upper chest, chin, and the upper portion of its face are dark green in coloration. Its feet end with yellow tips.

Roserade tend to have quite a deceptive nature. It lures its prey to it with a pleasant aroma and kills the victim with thorny vines hidden within the bouquets it holds in its arms, or by spewing poison. The more toxic it is, the sweeter its aroma. Roserade tend to stay motionless with its arms crossed, which allows its prey to come to it.

Abilities & traits Edit

Roserade can generally use any attacks that its pre-evolutions can use, but with greater strength. Roserade is able to learn how to perform Weather Ball. As a fully evolved Pokémon, Roserade can use Hyper Beam and Giga Impact. Its hands contain toxins, different ones for each limb, that allow it to use Poison Sting and through one of its capable abilities, Poison Point, which poisons the foe upon contact. Roserade, like many other Grass-types, can utilize the sun in order to use moves like Synthesis and SolarBeam. Roserade naturally learn Sweet Scent, which may account for how it attracts insects. Roserade are also capable of launching many moves to inflict status problems on its foes. Roserade are also capable of many other Grass-type moves such as Magical Leaf and Energy Ball. Roserade are able to heal themselves through moves such as Mega Drain and Giga Drain.

When a Pokémon with Poison Point is hit by a move that makes contact, there is a 30% chance that the attacking foe will become poisoned.

Moves Edit

Roserade Weather Ball
Roserade using Weather Ball.
Move First Used In
Poison Jab Roselia and Roserade! A New Companion for Silus!
Magical Leaf Roselia and Roserade! A New Companion for Silus!
Weather Ball Roselia and Roserade! A New Companion for Silus!
Giga Impact Unknown
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case.

Appearances Edit

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