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Slaking (Japanese: ケッキング Kekking) is a Normal-type Pokémon introduced in Generation III.
It evolves from Vigoroth starting at level 36. It is the final form of Slakoth.
Slaking is a large, bulky, ape-like bipedal Pokémon. Most of its shaggy fur is brown, along with the semi-circle patterning under its eyes. Its face, chest, hands, and feet are lighter in color. Its brows are thick and jutting, and it has a large, pink, pig-like nose. Around its neck is a white collar of fur that extends over the top of its head before ending in a small tuft. It has large, five-fingered hands and two-toed feet.
During most of the day, Slaking lolls around and sleeps. It is considered the laziest Pokémon, but even when it is lounging it's saving energy. It can exert a lot of power by releasing built-up energy all at once and can regain lost energy through the use of its former signature move, Slack Off. Slaking lives in tropical forests, where it feeds on grass and ripened fruit that falls from trees. It only moves around when there is no more food within reach for it to eat.
Slaking debuted in Love, Petalburg Style, under the ownership of Norman. In the following episode, Ash's Grovyle defeated it during a Gym battle, winning Ash the Balance Badge.
Multiple Slaking appeared in Slaking Kong, where they played a major role.
In Valuable Experience for All!, Sawyer used a Slaking in the Lumiose Conference, during which it defeated a Trainer's Medicham. In Analysis Versus Passion!, it was used during Sawyer's Full Battle against Ash, where it defeated Hawlucha before losing to Talonflame.
A Slaking appeared in the opening sequence of Destiny Deoxys.
In The Journalist from Another Region!, a Trainer's Slaking was entered in the Pokémon Sumo Tournament on Harvest Island. It was Ash's Pignite's second opponent, and it lost due to not even trying to make an effort in the battle.
In the Pokémon Masters Animated Trailer, Norman's Slaking was part of a team with its Trainer and Brendan.
A Slaking briefly appeared in GOTCHA!, under the ownership of Norman.
Norman's Slaking appeared in I'll Win With My Own Battle Style!!.
Norman's signature Pokémon is a Slaking, who first appeared in Brushing Past Breloom. Although it would seem that his Ability would be of a major hindrance, he shows that by having a Spinda tag alongside him and use Skill Swap in times of need, his impressive strength and speed would be wielded to their maximum. Additionally, the move Bulk Up allows him to bolster his stats even more.
Emerald used a Slaking during his Battle Factory challenge in Pinsir Me, I Must Be Dreaming. Thanks to Slack Off, it was able to outlast a Hitmonlee despite its type and speed disadvantages. After the battle, it was swapped with a Linoone.
The Battle Factory rented a Slaking, which was stolen by Guile Hideout in Skirting Around Surskit I.
Spenser used a Slaking against the young boy in Standing in the Way with Starmie, but their battle was not seen.
A Slaking appeared in a flashback as one of the Pokémon trained by the International Police in Innocent Scientist.
A Slaking appeared in Serious Bicycle Match!, under the ownership of Rydel's rival.
One Slaking figure has been released.
Two Slaking appeared in Detective Pikachu.
Slaking appears to draw inspiration from sloths and some form of ape. The inspiration from sloths makes it somewhat resemble a Megatherium, also known as the giant ground sloth; however, it more closely resembles a gorilla.
Slaking is a combination of slake (to slacken) or a corruption of slack (to become lazy) and king. It may also be a play on slacking.
Kekking may be a combination of 欠勤 kekkin (not showing up for work) and king.