Floette has a white body and a green tail, shaped like a spade, and green eyebrows. Floette also holds a flower, which can be red, yellow, orange, blue, or white, depending on its pre-evolution's. Its ears are white with yellow behind them. A more gorgeous flower contains more power for Floette to use. It flutters around and cares for flowers that are about to wilt; if the flowers of a well-tended flower bed bloom, Floette celebrates with an elegant dance. It is a female-only species with no male counterpart.
The Eternal Flower Floette, the Floette that befriended AZ, is different from a normal Floette. Its tail and eyebrows are blue. The yellow part of the ears is red. Its flower is different as well and no longer blooms anywhere, with six petals instead of five, three which are big and three which are small. The stem is red, there are no leaves below the flower, and the part on the top of the flower is a black cone shape. The flower's underside is black, and the three big petals have a pattern of red and black. This flower contains terrifying energy. The Eternal Flower Floette is the only known Pokémon capable of knowing Light of Ruin.
Multiple Orange, Red, Blue, and Yellow Flower Floette appeared in A Windswept Encounter!, with the Orange Flower Floette making its debut, and the Red Flower and Yellow Flower Floette making their main series debut. The Orange Flower Floette was the object of affection for both Noibat and a wildBreloom, sparking a rivalry between the two.
AZ's Floette appeared in The Redemption. She was initially seen in a flashback of the great war of Kalos, being sent into battle and eventually dying, leading AZ to create the ultimate weapon with which to revive her. It worked, but after using the weapon to destroy both sides of the army and bring the war to an end, Floette realized how many lives were taken for hers, and left him. She finally returned to him after AZ's battle with Calem in Lumiose City.
Pokémon X and Y: 3,000 years ago, AZ befriended a special Floette who died in the ancient Kalos war. AZ created a giant machine to bring his friend to life, and while he succeeded in granting his friend eternal life, his immeasurable grief led him to turn the machine into an immensely powerful weapon. The weapon decimated the armies of both sides, and brought an end to the war. However, upon learning that the weapon drew upon the life of other Pokémon, the Floette left him in disgust. Through the player's actions, however, AZ's grief is lifted, and the two old friends reunite during the credits of the game.
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This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation VI.