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Neglectern
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Encyclopedia Number 044
Type Ghost/Magic
Species Forgotten
Height 4' 05"
Weight 53.6 lbs.
Evolves Into N/A
Evolves From N/A
Egg Group Yokai
Ability Unknown

 Neglectern is an Ghost/Magic Type Forgotten Meta Monster. It does not transform.

Biology[]

Physiology[]

Neglectern is a large lamp-like spirit. Its body is a vaguely-conical structure, similar to a typical lampshade. The top and botom of the lamp has purple rims, which the main shade itself is cream-colored. The body has several vertical lines encircling it. Neglectern has one large eye with a crescent-shaped pupil. Neglectern has a large red tongue that floats inside the lampshade and hangs down from the bottom. There are also two purple tassles that hang down from the bottom rim; these tassles each have three pink bands. Neglectern has a large scarf-like piece of purple cloth tied around the top of the lampshade. The band has pink edges and numerous pink bands running down it. This cloth acts as an arm; there is a pink dot on its palm and there are three purple fingers.

Abilites[]

When Neglectern's lamp is lit, Neglectern is able to leap out of its body to attack whoever lit it.

Behavior[]

Neglectern lies in waiting until a traveler lights the lantern, whereupon it leaps out and attacks the victim. They were created when a lamp was mistreated and thrown away.

Habitat[]

Neglecterns are found in forests.

Metamorphosis[]

Neglectern does not transform.

Encyclopedia Entry[]

"When Neglectern's lamp is lit, Neglectern leaps out of its body to attack its victim."

Known Moves[]

Coming soon...

Trivia[]

  • Neglectern is the forty-fourth Meta Monster in the Encyclopedia.
  • Neglectern is the first Ghost Type in the Encyclopedia.

Origin[]

Neglectern is based on a Tsukumogami, a Japanese spirit that comes from an inanimate object. Its lantern origin is likely based on a Chōchinobake, although its shape is likely a reference to a Kasa-obake, an umbrella spirit.

Name Origin[]

Neglectern is a combination of neglect and lantern.

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