Tweetot is a Pokémon based on a songbird that looks a lot like the bird used in the Twitter logo. Its body is small and is pretty much made up of light blue feathers; it has a thin, long light blue tail, two light blue wings, a tuft of head feathers that looks like a baby's first hair, and its round light blue head also has two closed eyes and a small yellow beak.
Tweetot's high-pitched songs are considered relaxing and calming. Heralding the rise of the sun with their melody, those who hear its singing would be filled with joy for the day.
Tweetot sing high-pitched songs that are considered relaxing and calming. Heralding the rise of the sun with their melody, those who hear its singing will feel joyful for the whole day.
Wild Tweetot are found by Headbutting trees on Routes 2, 4 and 5, and in the grass at the Victory Isle.
Shiny Coloration Differences
For Shiny Tweetot, the light blue turns pink, while the beak turns orange.
Tweetot's high-pitched songs are considered relaxing and calming. Heralding the rise of the sun with their melody, those who hear it's singing would be filled with joy for the day.
Tweetot's name and regular color scheme could be in reference to Twitter, a popular social media site that features a blue, ambiguous bird as its mascot. Posts and re-blogs on Twitter are called Tweets and Retweets, respectively.
One of it's moves, Chatter, may also further reference this fact, as you post things and chat with people in Twitter
Tweetot and its Evolution, Melotweet, are two of only three Psychic/Fairy-type Fakémon featured in the Rikoto Regional Dex, the other being Felove.
However, Felove's type combination is Fairy/Psychic which is in reverse. It still counts as sharing the same Type combination, nevertheless.
Tweetot shares the same name as an old Fakémon made by WaterTrainer that was meant to be a Pre-Evolution for Chatot.
Tweetot was a Flying-type instead of a Fairy type in earlier versions of the game. Melotweet was also part Flying-type and it had an Evolution that was scrapped prior to the final release.
Tweetot is based on a bird that looks a lot like the one used in the Twitter logo. Tweetot's Shiny coloration could refer to Valentine's Day, a day known for birds, music, candy, cards and romance. It is also usually symbolized with colors like red, purple, and pink.
Tweetot's name comes from the words tweet and tot.