Does Not Evolve.
Origin of Name: Lemon+Lemming+Watt= Lemowatt.
Based on: A lemming and a lemon.
It's sometimes the simplest of designs that handle a concept the best way. Look at Lemowatt here for example. Its based off a lemon, yes? The overall shape of one anyways. Its even got some of the 'lemon spots' on its body. Now, a few edits and its now a lemming. Bam! Science. ...okay, not really. Point being is this guy's one straightforward 'mon.
There's also a little bumble bee in the color scheme too, but that's beside the point.
Think of this guy not as the Pikachu of the Excelo Region, but as an Audino (or Emolga. Whichever floats yer boat.). You'd encounter these sour guys hidden in shaking grass. Granted, you won't get the tasty experience boost you'd get from an Audino, but hey now. Who doesn't like lemons?
Competitively speaking, Lemowatt's fast. Really fast. It has to be, unless it wants to become a bird Pokemon's next meal. In terms of speed comparisons, it's slightly slower than Jolteon. Unlike Jolteon, it lacks the needed 'punch' that distinguishes it as a speedy Pokemon. Its other stats aren't really something to write home about either. Not all is bad for the Lemon Pokemon however. It sports a decent support movepool in dual screens, Thunder Wave, Agility, Double Team, and Baton Pass. Being a rodent, it isn't a slacker when it comes to biting either (Thunder Fang, Hyper Fang, Super Fang). Lastly, to season off this lemon dish, Lemowatt is capable of peppering foes with Electric-type attacks. While Lemowatt won't cause your foes to leap off cliffs in fear, it can provide sufficient back up for fellow teammates. There's power in numbers folks.~
Lemowatt © Dragonith
Pokemon © Nintendo