Zoroark is a Dark-type Pokémon from Generation V. It evolves from Zorua at Level 30.
Zoroark is a fox-like Pokémon covered mainly in dark grayish fur. It has a pointed muzzle, red lining around its eyes and mouth, teal eyes, a fluffy black ruff of fur around its neck, and a long, voluminous crimson red spiky mane with gray tips. A teal-colored band encircles the bottom part of Zoroark's mane like a ponytail. It has three sharp red claws on both its hands and feet.
Zoroark is able to stand upright on two legs like a biped, but it usually runs upon its forelimbs.
Zoroark are mysterious and sometimes mischievous Pokémon, although they are generally more serious than their pre-evolution Zorua. They are very protective of their homes and their family. They will use illusions to trick enemies and prevent them from entering their lair.
Zoroark can create incredibly realistic illusions. They can transform into both people and other Pokémon. They use their illusory powers to protect their lair and their pack. They have the ability to fool a large group of people simultaneously with their illusion-generating powers.
Zoroark is the evolved form of Zorua as of level 30.
|Black 2/White 2||Evolve Zorua||None|
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|Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire||Evolve Zorua||None|
|Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon||Poni Grove||Common|
A female Zoroark appears the in the Pokémon movie Zoroark: Master of Illusions. In the movie, Zorua called Zoroark "Meema" (Pronounced Mee-Mah) throughout. "Meema" was Zorua's way of calling Zoroark his mom.
- Zoroark is the first Unova Pokémon ever seen in the anime; specifically, in the movie Zoroark: Master of Illusions.
- In Black 2/White 2, a Backpacker talks to you about Zoroark and a new TM you received. The hiker is later revealed to be a Zoroark under disguise of a Backpacker, then you notice it escaped.
- Despite getting N's Zorua from the house in Driftveil City in Pokémon Black 2/White 2, N still appears to have a Zoroark, which leads you to N's Castle.
- Zoroark, Zorua and Ditto are the only Pokémon that can transform into humans and other Pokémon in the games; however, in the movie Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias, Latias was also shown to have that ability.
Zoroark is likely to be based on the kitsune of Japanese folklore; a shape-shifting, mythical fox that would trick unsuspecting travelers for fun. This is similar to Ninetales, another Pokémon based on the kitsune, although Zoroark is based on the darker variant.
Zoroark's name comes from zorro, which is Spanish for "fox", and "dark".
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