Electrike

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Electric
Electrike
(ラクライ Rakurai)
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Lightning Pokémon Pokémon
Pokédex
National
309
Hoenn
Sinnoh
Unova
Kalos
Alola
Ability Gender
Static
Lightningrod
Minus (Dream World)
50% ♀/50% ♂
Pokédex color Egg groups
Green Unknown
Weight Height
33.5 lbs ??? 2'00" ???
Body style Footprint
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Cry
Azurilland Pokédex
HP Attack Defense
40 45 40
Sp. Attack Sp. Defense Speed
65 40 65
Total
300

[[Category:Green Pokémon]]


Electrike (Japanese: ラクライ Rakurai) is an Electric-Type Pokémon. It is a Basic Pokémon. Its special abilities are Static and Lightningrod. Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.

Biology

Electrike generates electricity using friction from the atmosphere. In arid winds stations, its body becomes inflamed and throws sparks violently. It usually live near Power Plants. But if there is a human that will feed him, it will earn his friendship. It runs so fast, it escapes the human eye. Electrike is a Pokémon that can live in human homes, because it is very friendly with the people that own it. It can recognize by smell if a person is friend or foe. Therefore, it is also a good Pokémon guardian.

Like many electric Pokémon, its skin is full of energy. This involves special care to prevent accidents such as, for example, using a wooden toothbrush that does not conduct electricity instead of a metal one. It is also very skilled in special attack and speed, but its defense is a little off. This means you need to train its defense and special defense stats with more care.

Evolution

Electrike evolves into Manectric at level 26.

Game info

Game locations

Version(s) Location Rarity
Ruby/ Sapphire Route 110, Route 118 Common
Emerald Route 110, Route 118 Common
FireRed/ LeafGreen Trade None
Diamond/ Pearl Valley Windworks (Swarm) Common
Platinum Valley Windworks (Swarm) Common
HeartGold/SoulSilver Trade None
Black/White Trade None

Pokédex entries

Generations I - II
Electrike did not appear during the Generation I - II games.
Ruby
Electrike stores electricity in its long body hair. This Pokémon stimulates its leg muscles with electric charges. These jolts of power give its legs explosive acceleration performance.
Sapphire
Electrike runs faster than the human eye can follow. The friction from running is converted into electricity, which is then stored in this Pokémon's fur.
Emerald
It generates electricity using friction from the atmosphere. In seasons with especially arid air, its entire body blazes with violent showers of sparks.
FireRed
It stores static electricity in its fur for discharging. It gives off sparks if a storm approaches.
LeafGreen
It stores static electricity in its fur for discharging. It gives off sparks if a storm approaches.
Diamond
Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.
Pearl
Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.
Platinum
Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.
HeartGold
It stores electricity in its fur. It gives off sparks from all over its body in seasons when the air is dry.
SoulSilver
It stores electricity in its fur. It gives off sparks from all over its body in seasons when the air is dry
Black
Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.
White
Using electricity stored in its fur, it stimulates its muscles to heighten its reaction speed.
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Omega Ruby
Electrike stores electricity in its long body hair. This Pokémon stimulates its leg muscles with electric charges. These jolts of power give its legs explosive acceleration performance.
Alpha Sapphire
Electrike runs faster than the human eye can follow. The friction from running is converted into electricity, which is then stored in this Pokémon's fur.

Name origin

  • Its name comes from the words electric and strike.

References