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RaceGenetic experiment
CreatorJumba Jookiba
Age (yrs)Unknown
GenderMale
ResidencyMain Series:
Pelekai House
Kokaua Town
Kauai, Hawaii, Earth
 
The Anime:
Kamihara House
Izayoi Island
Okinawa, Japan
Appears inLilo & Stitch
Stitch Has A Glitch
Stitch! The Movie
Lilo & Stitch: The Series
Leroy & Stitch
Stitch!

In a nutshell

Stitch is an alien experiment created by Jumba Jookiba. Originally programmed to destroy entire cities, his encounter with Lilo would instil in him that there's a place for everyone in the world, and in that the concept of 'Ohana, that no-one gets left behind, or forgotten. He became Lilo's lifelong friend, and later used his powers to help Lilo catch the other of Jumba's experiments and turn them from bad to good.

Abilities

Personality

Stitch is rather mischievous, getting into trouble many a time with Nani; but his heart is in the right place. He would risk his life to protect or save a member of his extended 'ohana, rather exiling himself to a life of loneliness than hurt them - this can be seen in both Lilo & Stitch and Stitch Has A Glitch. Generally, he is a fun-loving character, and extremely curious, as evidenced by his tussle with the mixer in Lilo & Stitch, the pineapple in Stitch! and the toaster in The Series episode Poxy. He also has a large capacity to learn, and is sometimes eager to do so (e.g. The Series: Spike, before being hit with Spike's spikes).

Language notes

Stitch mainly chatters away in an alien tongue called Tantalog, as can some of the experiments; this creates some sort of mystique over exactly what he could be saying, although it is often clear from context the jist of the statement. He also has a limited knowledge of English, and is sometimes perturbed by some sayings and customs due to his understanding of the language, or lack thereof. He also knows a few words in Hawai'ian.

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