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#428 Lopunny
Lopunny's artwork for Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.
Category Rabbit Pokémon
Original Region Sinnoh
National Dex Nr. #428
Sinnoh Dex Nr. #068
Unova #081
Flevore #036
Generation 4
Pokémon Color Brown
Type(s) Normal
Ability/ies Cute Charm, Klutz (Hidden: Limber)
Average Height 3'11"
Average Weight 73.4 lbs.
Evolves From Buneary
Evolves Into N/A

#428 Mega Lopunny
Mega Lopunny's artwork for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.
Category Rabbit Pokémon
Original Region Sinnoh
National Dex Nr. #428
Sinnoh Dex Nr. #068
Type(s) Normal/Fighting
Ability/ies Scrappy
Average Height 4'03"
Average Weight 62.4 lbs.
Mega Stone TBA
Discovered in Hoenn

Lopunny, known in Japan as ミミロップ (Mimilop), is a Normal-type rabbit Pokémon from Sinnoh. It evolves from Buneary with high friendship. It has a highly feminine appearance, but despite this, it has a 1:1 gender ratio, meaning it can be equally as much a male as a female.

It can turn into Mega Lopunny through Mega Evolution, and will become a Normal/Fighting type.


Lopunny is a bipedal Pokémon that resembles a rabbit. Its coat is brown, as is its small, round tail. It also has lopped ears. On the tip of those ears are long, fluffy fur extensions that are cream-colored. It also has similar cream-colored fur around its wrists, on its lower legs and above its red eyes. Around its eyes in the direction of its snout is a black marking on each side. Above its eyes are two long, cream-colored furry extensions, making it resemble large eyebrows.

Lopunny's forearms aren't of the same constant thickness. The end at the wrist is far thicker than the end at the elbow. Lopunny's thighs and hips are also thick.

Lopunny's pride lies in its ears, and the fluffy fur that connects to them. It grooms its ears occasionally and never fails. If they're pulled on roughly, it retaliates back with a powerful kick.

Only twice per year, it sheds its aforementioned fur. Its fur for the winter is fluffier and softer than its fur for the summer. It is also very cautious. When it senses danger, it either cloaks its entire body with its fluffy ear extensions, or just bounds off to safety.

When Lopunny Mega Evolves, its fluffy cream-colored fur on its ears become the same color as its regular fur, and turn ponytail-like. Two scrunchy-like, cream-colored tufts of fur appear around each ear. The furry extensions on its face merge into one butterfly-like cross, placed in the center of its face. Black fur grows on its neck and chest, and its legs also become black with brown, ovarian spots. The cream-colored fur on its lower legs shed off, leaving only its toes covered in this fur. The fur on its hands also become more compact, and its claws are also black.

Mega Lopunny's wild fighting instincts awaken after Mega Evolution. Its ears are able to crumple solid steel plates with a strike at full force. Surprisingly, Mega Lopunny's personality alters as well, and becomes extremely aggressive. This personality change will often leave its Trainer confused.


Base Stats
Sp. Attack
Sp. Defense


  • Lopunny is so far the only Pokémon that is able to learn Return by leveling up. Other Pokémon can only learn it by TM or breeding.
    • In a similar case, its pre-evolution Buneary is the only Pokémon so far that is able to learn the opposite move Frustration. Buneary learns this around the same level as Lopunny learns Return.
  • Lopunny shares distinct similarities and differences with the Pokémon Diggersby:
    • Both Pokémon are the final evolution of a two-stage family.
    • Both Pokémon are based on rabbits.
    • Both Pokémon are at least Normal-type.
    • Both Pokémon have lopped ears.
    • Both Pokémon have at least one part covered in fluffy fur.
    • While Lopunny looks feminine, Diggersby looks masculine.
    • While Lopunny would represent beauty, Diggersby would represent ugliness.
    • While Lopunny is more useful as a supportive Pokémon, Diggersby is more useful as an offensive one.


Lopunny's physological appearance appears to resemble a Playboy bunny or bunny girls in general. It may also be designed after a fashion model, with its fluffy fur on its wrists and legs resembling furry cuffs and furry boots, respectively. It also may be based on the lop rabbit, a breed of rabbit with lopped ears rather than erect ears.

Mega Lopunny mayn have been inspired by aerobics and similar forms of physical exercise.

Name OriginEdit

Lopunny's name is a combination of lop and bunny.

Its Japanese name, Mimilop, is a combination of 耳 mimi (ear) and lop.

Names in other LanguagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
From 耳 mimi (ear) and lop.
FrenchLockpinFrom dreadlock and lapin (bunny).
GermanSchlaporFrom Schlappohr (a colloquial word "bunny", especially with floppy ears).


National Pokédex
← #427: Buneary
#428: Lopunny
#429: Mismagius →


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