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Rotom has two ovular, blue eyes and a small, grinning mouth on its face. Heat Rotom's eyes are blue and its mouth is a small white circle. Wash Rotom's eyes are the same as the normal form with a similar grin. Frost Rotom has two purple eyes and a sad frown. Fan Rotom has two yellow eyes and a small smile without any teeth. Mow Rotom has green eyes and a crazed sharp-toothed smile.

Generation IV introduced the most Bug-type moves of any Generation, with seven, and Generation IX introduced the fewest Bug-type moves, with two. A gem with an insect-like essence. When held, it strengthens the power of a Bug-type move one time.

The user drains the target's blood. The user's HP is restored by up to half the damage taken by the target. Rotom is a Generation IV Pokémon, first appearing in the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl games. With the release of Pokémon Platinum, Rotom was given the ability to transform into 5 other forms with the aid of a special item. In Generation V, to change Rotom's form, you need to go to the basement of Shopping Mall Nine and interact with one of the many boxes of electronics, and choose a form. You will be asked to allow Rotom to forget a move and learn a move the type of the form it takes.

This bizarre Pokémon appears to be a will-o’-the-wisp powered by electricity. Be wary, as Rotom is both smart and mischievous.

Kitchenaid: Now part of the Whirlpool family, Kitchenaid was launched in the USA in 1919. While best known for its iconic stand mixer, Kitchenaid also produces a wide range of small home appliances including toasters. The Kitchenaid toaster is available in a wide spectrum of colours from cream to cherry red and is recognised for being a premium product. Rotom can change forms in Legends: Arceus despite those devices not being invented yet. It is possible these items are here due to the Space-Time Rift atop Mount Coronet. The user blows silk from its mouth that binds opposing Pokémon and harshly lowers their Speed stats. Fan Rotom: This Rotom has taken over a fan that has a special motor. Its gusts of wind blow its opponents away! The Bug type was the most common 4× weakness in Generation I, with 11 Pokémon doubly weak to it, mainly due to Poison type having a weakness to it at the time.

Heat Rotom: This Rotom has possessed a convection microwave oven that uses a special motor. It also has a flair for manipulating flames. As of Generation V, Rotom changes its secondary typing depending on which form it takes: it becomes Electric/Water in its Wash form, Electric/Fire in its Heat form, Electric/Grass in its Mow form, Electric/Ice in its Frost form, and Electric/Flying in its Fan form. The user lightly performs a beautiful, mystic dance. This boosts the user's Sp. Atk, Sp. Def, and Speed stats.Fan Rotom: A form in which Rotom lurks within a mysterious contraption. The contraption's purpose is unknown. A bothersome Pokémon, causing trouble by stirring up powerful winds. Rotom may be based on a Poltergeist or related to the phrase "ghost in the machine". It may also be based on the Obake and the Tsukumogami, which are objects that become animate when reaching their 100th year of existence. Rotom may also be based on ball lightning and its mysterious and seemingly mischievous behavior. Ball lightning was once described as a living mythological "species of fire" known as ignis fatuus, which loosely translates to "foolish/mischievous fire". Due to its ability to possess electrical appliances, Rotom is based on the electric motor. Rotom also appears to resemble Pulseman, which was also designed by Ken Sugimori and can also enter electrical devices. As evidenced by changing its form in Pokémon Sword and Shield, it may also be based on a lightbulb. The user scatters a cloud of irritating powder to draw attention to itself. Opposing Pokémon aim only at the user.

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