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Bellossom
SSF2 Bellossom
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Bellossom in Super Smash Flash 2.
National Pokédex number #182
Species Flower Pokémon
Type Grass
Move Sleep Powder
Rarity Very common

Bellossom, known in Japan as Kireihana (キレイハナ) is a Grass-type Pokémon that evolves from Gloom when exposed to a Sun Stone and it is one of Oddish's final forms, the other being Vileplume. In Super Smash Flash 2, Bellossom can be released from a Poké Ball to aid the player.

Pokémon description

Bellossom is a primarily green Pokémon with circular blue eyes and red markings on its cheeks. It has two bright red flowers on its head and green and yellow leaves that resemble a skirt, all adding to the appearance of a hula dancer. Bellossom's petals are said to be more beautiful the worse the Gloom it evolved from smelled. When it rubs the petals on its head together, it creates a pleasing sound. Bellossom does not possess feet; in the Pokémon anime, its center-most leaves bent as it was getting ready to spring, suggesting that it uses its leaves as substitutes for feet or legs. However, the Pokédex does classify it as a biped.

Bellossom is often seen dancing and chanting. In particular, Bellossom dances when cloudy weather persists, or when the heavy rainfall season ends and it is drawn out by the warm sunlight. It lives in grassy plains. It can also be found in tropical areas such as jungles and swamps, where the ground is rich in nutrients.

In Super Smash Flash 2

Bellossom in SSF2

Bellossom being released by Peach, on Starship Mario.

Bellossom was confirmed to appear in Super Smash Flash 2 at some capacity in the McLeodGaming Direct for the Super Smash Flash 2 Beta. When it is released from a Poké Ball it will start using Sweet Scent as it dances, if opponents come close to Bellossom, they will either fall asleep or be stunned by the powder, rendering themselves vulnerable to the summoner's attacks for some time.

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Trivia

  • The SSF2 Beta Dev Blog focusing on Poké Balls states Bellossom uses Sleep Powder as opposed to Sweet Scent. While the first one would be a more fitted name (as Sweet Scent does not put opponents to sleep in the Pokémon games), because this Pokémon is borrowed from the official Super Smash Bros. games, the correct name would be the technically the latter.