Ocerot ⟶ (lv. 35) Mictluar
#110 - Ocerot (ocelot + rot)
According to folklore, it was a beloved pet that followed its guardian to the afterlife. It wanders between the two worlds unable to decide if it wants to be in or out.
Learnset: Scratch, Growl, Leer, Lick, Astonish, Night Shade, Confuse Ray, Shadow Sneak, Feint Attack, Trick, Pain Split, Shadow Claw, Skullduggery, Night Slash
#111 - Mictluar (Mictlán + jaguar)
It is said to appear to lead souls to the afterlife, helping them descend the trees that hold up the living world. It collects the treasures of the dead, giving it a rich appearance.
Base Stats: 100/100/100/60/60/80 (500)
Ability: Mummy/[Weighing of Souls (When it faints, it returns one other fainted pokemon in the party to a quarter health.)]
Learnset: Destiny Bond, Phantom Force, Soul Tether, Soul Drain, Tombstoner, Crystal Bell, Crystal Shard, Diamond Dust, Glass Needle, Crystal Claw, Obsidian Mirror, Prismatic Lens, Twinning, Gem Explosion, Shatterstorm, Unholy Dirge, To Xibalba
#5 of Gaiien's 9 cat evo lines (I LIKE CATS.), these two are heavier and slower than most of the other kitties and found in Gaiien's far south and sister region Tanos. The Crystal-type Elite Four member of Gaiien, Lapis, uses a Mictluar.
Fake type alert: Crystal type is based on the fantasy of magical crystals, resonance, synchronicity, reflection etc.
Currently in my notes the type effectivenesses are: 2x effective versus Ice, Fairy; 0.5x effective versus Fire, Rock, Steel, Crystal, Acid; Takes 2x damage from Fire, Fighting, Steel, Sound, Acid; takes 0.5x damage from Water, Ice, Psychic, Rock, Crystal, Light
However, they're subject to change and rebalancing. My fakemon are for a story rather than a game so I'm not super hung up on the numbers. Ironically a glass actually lacks the defining characteristic of a crystal (amorphous molecules instead of ordered) but I sort of lump the two together as semi-transparent glittery things.