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“Morelull are nocturnal Pokémon that walk around at night on their leg-like roots. They move because staying in one spot and sucking all the nutrients from the soil would cause surrounding plants to wither. Morelull uses its leg-like roots to make contact with its fellows and communicate with them. Morelull broadcast spores that glow brightly when they burst open. Looking at their pulsing light has a soporific effect. It seems that in times of danger, Morelull broadcast these spores.”
Morelull is a small, plantlike Pokémon. Its large white head rests on a thin stem that splits into three thin green roots that act as feet. It has black eyes with green marks at the outside corners, and no visible mouth. Small buds ring the top of its head like hair, and three tall mushrooms sprout from the center. The two outermost mushrooms are smaller and mostly a light purple color, while the middle one is larger and pink, and all three have a darker ring around the bottom edge of the cap. Morelull can make its mushrooms glow, which turns the outer mushrooms a bluer shade.
Morelull is a nocturnal Pokémon. It moves around by night so as not to deprive the plants in any one area of too many of the nutrients it lives on. When Morelull is in danger, it scatters spores that burst into bright, glittering sparks that induce drowsiness. It connects to its friends via its leg-like roots and uses them to communicate. It is rumored that once, when a group of Morelull were disturbed and all threw out their spores at once, a plane passing overhead suffered a near brush with disaster.