|Alternate Names|| Magmor (PAL)
ゲルゲル [Gelgel] (JP)
|Diameter||~4,000km (~2,485.48 miles)|
|Music||Hall of Horrors|
|Planetary Grouping||Stray Planet|
|Size (Height)||Approx 40cm - 70m (~1.3ft - ~229.65ft)|
Planetary Data Edit
The Jeljellians are one of the least populated races in the game, numbering at 32 exactly, and very slowly dying out. They're an odd shape, with their lower half being shaped a bit like a mustache, and their heads being ovular, with two teardrop shaped "ears", and a single spike on the tops of their heads. They have a huge variety of sizes, with the largest one measuring in at about 70 meters tall.
Jeljel made it's first appearance in Meteos, as an unlockable planet. It could be unlocked by either playing VS with another player who had Meteos, or could be fused for 666 Fire Meteos, 666 Soil, 666 Zoo, and 3 Dark Meteos.
Jeljel is home to a very odd set of physics. The first ignition in any chain of ignition will always have medium power, with the second having slightly less. Ignitions afterward will have very little power behind them, up to about the seventh ignition, where any ignitions will carry huge amounts of power, capable of carrying a nine column wide stack off of the screen in a single three-Meteo-wide horizontal launch. This gives Jeljel a more defensive playstyle, compared to other planets, while still having attacking abilites, if it needs them. However, this also limits how useful Jeljel is in certain situations, putting it at a disadvantage against more specialized planets, though this does not put Jeljel in the same boat as Dawndus, where the planet has such a lack of specialization that it hampers the planet's effectiveness. Rather, it keeps Jeljel usable in all situations, though Jeljel cannot do as well as a more specialized planet under the same circumstances.
Meteos Online/Wars Data Edit
Jeljel was changed somewhat, with it's Air frequencies being replaced with Dust. It had it's amount of Fire Meteos upped slightly, followed by lower, equal amounts of Iron, Dust and Zap, and smaller amounts of H20.
Jeljel had very little done to it's style of play. The power of its' launches was slightly increased, but the overall rules from it's first incarnation remained the same. With the addition of the Sentinel Planet Impact, however, it was capable of hitting harder with it's attack. Jeljel is suitable for players of any skill level, with its' launches and attacking capabilities being well balanced with it's scoring abilities.
It's accessory could be unlocked by getting a 10-ignition-long chain.
- Jeljel has the second lowest living population in the game (barring Meteo, which has no population in the first place), beaten out by Hevendor, who has only 7.
- Jeljel's low population is further brought to light in Meteos Online, as, in most circumstances, only a single Jeljellian is shown.
- There is an odd visual glitch exclusive to Meteos, concerning the shown natives of Jeljel; during their animation, the spike on the tops of their heads appears to disconnect slightly at various times.
- In the original Meteos, Jeljel, Mekks, Grannest and Layazero all have the exact same Meteos falling onto them.
Grannest | Megadom | Layazero | Florias
Freaze | Boggob | Jeljel | Bavoom
Mekks | Vubble | Hevendor | Gravitas
Dawndus | Yooj | Suburbion | Thirnova
Lastar | Cavious | Gigagush | Brabbit
Wiral | Starrii | Forte | Luna=Luna
Globin | Wuud | Hotted | Meteo
|Introduced in Online|
|Introduced in Wars|