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|Category||Gnash Teeth Pokémon|
|Ability/ies||Dazzling, Strong Jaw|
|Average Weight||41.9 lbs.|
Bruxish is a fish-like Pokémon covered in colorful scales and fins. The front of its body is light blue with large, dark purple lips. Its mouth is full of sharp teeth. The upper half of its body is mostly light purple, while the lower half is mostly yellow. The purple portion of its body is dotted with light blue spots. The yellow underside extends up around its eyes, which are light purple with light blue pupils. Its eyelids are dark purple with long, light blue eyelashes. Its fins are all dark purple, light blue, or a combination of the two colors: the pectoral fins are mostly dark purple with a short line blue line along the bottom, the dorsal fin is light blue, the ventral fin is dark purple, and the tail fin is dark purple with a light blue, heart-shaped marking in the middle. On top of its head is an protuberance with a dark purple bulb at the tip. The bulb is able to open like a flower, which reveals a light blue orb in the center.
This Pokémon buries itself on the seafloor, leaving only the growth on its head exposed. By emitting a low level of psychic power, it serves as radar to detect prey. Additionally, the protuberance can emit a strong psychic power. Opponents bathed in this power are stricken with terrible headaches and fall unconscious. When emitting this power, Bruxish grinds its teeth. This sound is enough to send nearby Pokémon fleeing immediately. In the Alola region, lifeguards allow this Pokémon to remain in their area to prevent other, dangerous Water types from gathering.
Bruxish may be based on a filefish or a reef triggerfish.
Bruxish may be a combination of bruxism and fish.
Hagigishiri may derive from some combination of 歯 ha (tooth), カワハギ kawahagi (filefish), ぎっしり gisshiri (densely packed), and 歯軋り hagishiri (bruxism).
Names in other Languages
|From 歯 ha, カワハギ kawahagi, ぎっしり gisshiri, and 歯軋り hagishiri.|
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