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|Leafeon did not originate from fanon, and more information can be found on their respective wiki(s). You may read more about it on the following wiki(s):|
|National Dex Nr.||#470|
|Sinnoh Dex Nr.||#169|
|Other Regional Dex Nr(s).|
|First Appearance||Pokémon Diamond and Pearl|
|Latest Appearance||Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire|
|Ability/ies|| Leaf Guard |
|Average Weight||56.2 lbs.|
Leafeon (Japanese: リーフィア Leafia) is a Grass-type Pokémon.
Leafeon is a mammalian, quadruped Pokémon. Its body is tan with dark brown paws. It has several green sprouts growing all over it with the longest one on its head. Leafeon's ears and tail have a leafy appearance. This Pokémon’s cellular structure is similar to plants, which allows it to perform photosynthesis and purify the air around it by sleeping under patches of sunshine. It is a pacifistic Pokémon, preferring not to fight.
- As there is no Moss Rock in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, it is impossible to evolve Eevee into a Leafeon in these games. The same applies for Magnezone, Probopass, and Glaceon. All have to be traded from Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum to be obtained.
- Despite Eevee being obtainable before the Pokémon League in Pokémon Black and White Versions 2, it can not evolve into Leafeon until after the Elite Four is defeated. The same applies with Glaceon.
- According to the Diamond and Pearl Pokédex, Leafeon, Glaceon, and Umbreon have identical footprints.
Leafeon bears many similarities to cats and foxes, such as its behaviors like tree climbing, and its cry sounds similar to a cat's meow or a foxes chirping. Its coloration appears to be inspired by the markings found on animals like the Siamese cat or the red fox. It also has traits of plants, such as the ability to utilize photosynthesis. The brown marks of its paws give the appearance that they were buried. In Japan, and around the world, there are stories about domesticated animals that upon entering the forest become wild and eventually become one with it. Leafeon could be an exaggerated example of this story.
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