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|First Appearance||Pokémon Metal & Wood|
|Ability||Motor Drive, Speed Boost|
|Hidden Ability||Shell Armor|
Kirkirki (Japanese: Kirikiriki, キリキリキ) is a pure Electric-type Pokémon. It does not evolve.
This Pokémon happens to be a Pokémon encased in what appears to be a plastic ball. The ball itself has a clear shell with various grooves running vertical and horizontally. The color of the shell on the ball is a light yellow. The Pokémon inside the ball is a small hamster-like Pokémon with deep yellow fur which is made even more yellow thanks to the coloration of the ball shell. Much like other Electric rodents, it has electrical pouches on the side of its cheeks which have a light blue color to them. It has large dark brown eyes. It has tan markings around the mouth as well as the top of the head. Around the chest is a zig-zag pattern in a similar color as the facial markings. In addition, both the hands and the feet are a pale cream color. It has a small lighting bolt-shaped tail.
It is able to use it's own electricity or outside electricity to charge it's ball to spin more rapidly. It is also able to store it's electricity within the ball and release it in a more powerful, concentrated form. It's shell also protects it from outside damage to an extent.
It is a curious Pokémon and will roll it's ball to places it is interested in investigating. It is unknown if it is able to leave its ball and it has yet to be documented.
Kirkiriki is said to draw in energy from the electricity that it's ball traps.
It can be found in dry areas and savannas.
|Metal||It is able to roll its ball for hours on end without tiring. It is unknown how it breathes and eats in this ball but it seems capable of surviving within it.|
|Wood||It can store electricity within its ball and release it in highly concentrated volumes. This causes its ball to spin even more rapidly.|
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Kirikiriki is based on a hamster within a hamster ball.
Kirikiriki reflects it's Japanese name.
キリキリキ is based off from キリキリ kirikiri (rotating quickly) and 黄 kiiro (yellow).