percian

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Persian resemble a large feline, such as a cougar. Its tail has a distinctive whorl at the end of it, similar to its pre-evolution Meowth. Its luxurious fur is pale tan, with the exception of its black-colored ears. Perhaps its most distinctive feature is the red jewel in the center of its forehead. Many Pokémon, particularly those with elemental powers such as Espeon and Staryu have similar jewels. However, as Persian does not demonstrate any affinities to a particular element this connection can be seen as purely coincidental. Gender differences None. Special abilities Its thick whiskers are very sensitive to changes in air movements, permitting it to detect its prey on the basis of movement alone. Behavior Persian, although popular for their elegant airs, are extremely hard to raise. Underneath its refined facade is a fierce predator. It will Scratch anyone, including its trainers with little or no reason. It has been observed ripping its prey apart for no discernible reason. A useful trick to know when training Persian, is that if it is yanked by its whiskers, it becomes temporarily docile. The reason for this is unknown. It is known to hold its tail out straight if it is an experienced battler. Habitat Urban Pokémon Persian usually live in towns and cities. They can also occasionally be found in vibrant forests. Diet Main article: Pokémon food In the anime Persian in the anime Major appearances Giovanni's Persian Giovanni has a Persian that is his primary Pokémon. It first appeared in Battle Aboard the St. Anne. While it is almost always seen at his side, it has never been seen battling. A Persian also appeared beside Giovanni in Malice in Wonderland as an illusion created by Mismagius. Other Minor appearances Ash battled a Persian in The Mandrin Island Miss-Match. The Classy Cat Pokémon took out Ash's Squirtle after hitting it with Thunderbolt. In Saved by the Beldum!, Tyson's Meowth defeated a Persian owned by a girl named Vivica during the preliminaries of the Hoenn League. In the manga In Volume 4 of Pokémon Special, Super Nerd William is seen using a Persian to attack Yellow. It scratched the walls of buildings to create dissonance to disorient Yellow. The same Persian is seen again in Volume 12 as William spars against Boy Scout Bozz's Haunter. In the TCG Main article: Persian (TCG) Game data NPC appearances Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Persian runs the bank at Pokémon Square. Pokédex entries

domingo 14 junho 2009 12:53


minhal

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Pokémon Red / Pokémon Blue Adores circular objects. Wanders the streets on a nightly basis to look for dropped loose change. Pokémon Yellow Appears to be more active at night. It loves round and shiny things. It can’t stop from picking them up. Pokémon Stadium Sleeps in the daytime. At night, its eyes glow as it happily collects coins, its favorite things. Pokémon Gold It is fascinated by round objects. It can’t stop playing with them until it tires and falls asleep. Pokémon Silver It loves anything that shines. It especially adores coins that it picks up and secretly hoards. Pokémon Crystal It loves things that sparkle. When it sees a shiny object, the gold coin on its head shines too. Pokémon Ruby MEOWTH withdraws its sharp claws into its paws to slinkily sneak about without making any incriminating footsteps. For some reason, this Pokémon loves shiny coins that glitter with light. Pokémon Sapphire MEOWTH withdraws its sharp claws into its paws to slinkily sneak about without making any incriminating footsteps. For some reason, this Pokémon loves shiny coins that glitter with light. Pokémon FireRed All it does is sleep during the daytime. At night, it patrols its territory with its eyes aglow. Pokémon LeafGreen Adores round objects. It wanders the streets on a nightly basis to look for dropped loose change. Pokémon Emerald MEOWTH withdraw their sharp claws into their paws to silently sneak about. For some reason, this Pokémon loves shiny coins that glitter with light. Pokémon Diamond It is nocturnal in nature. If it spots something shiny, its eyes glitter brightly. Pokémon Pearl It is nocturnal in nature. If it spots something shiny, its eyes glitter brightly. Atributos Todos os atributos săo em relaçăo ao nível 100. Mín– e Máx+ se referem ao mínimo e máximo absolutos, com a influęncia de personalidades (para pior se mínimo, para melhor se máximo). Atributos máximos para jogos das Geraçőes RBY e GSC săo um ponto a menos do que o especificado na tabela (exceto o atributo Special, exclusivo da Geraçăo RBY). Base Mín– Mín Máx Máx+ HP 40 - 190 284 - Attack 45 85 95 189 207 Defense 35 67 75 169 185 Speed 90 166 185 279 306 Sp.Atk 40 76 85 179 196 Sp.Def 40 76 85 179 196 Special (RBY) 40 - 85 178 - Cadeia evolutiva Meowth Básico Persian Nível 28 Fraquezas e resistęncias Imune Ghost Dano normal Bug, Dark, Dragon, Electric, Fire, Flying, Grass, Ground, Ice, Normal, Poison, Psychic, Rock, Steel, Water Dano × 2 Fighting Golpes que aprende Level-up Nível Geraçăo RBY Geraçăo GSC Geraçăo ADV Geraçăo DP Ru/Sa/Em Fire/Leaf Lv.01 Scratch Growl Scratch Growl Scratch Growl Scratch Growl Lv.06 Bite Lv.09 Fake Out Lv.10 Bite Lv.11 Bite Bite Lv.12 Bite Lv.14 Fury Swipes Lv.17 Pay Day Screech Lv.18 Pay Day Lv.20 Pay Day Pay Day Lv.22 Faint Attack Lv.24 Screech Lv.25 Faint Attack Taunt Lv.28 Faint Attack Faint Attack Lv.30 Pay Day Lv.31 Screech Lv.33 Fury Swipes Slash Lv.35 Screech Screech Lv.36 Fury Swipes Lv.38 Nasty Plot Lv.40 Slash Lv.41 Fury Swipes Fury Swipes Assurance Lv.43 Fake Out Lv.44 Slash Lv.45 Swagger Lv.46 Slash Slash Captivate Lv.49 Night Slash Lv.50 Fake Out Egg Moves Golpe Geraçăo GSC Geraçăo ADV Geraçăo DP Amnesia ✓ ✓ ✓ Assist ✓ ✓ Charm ✓ ✓ ✓ Flail ✓ Hypnosis ✓ ✓ ✓ Last Resort ✓ Odor Sleuth ✓ Psych Up ✓ ✓ Punishment ✓ Spite ✓ ✓ ✓ TMs e HMs TM Geraçăo RBY Geraçăo GSC Geraçăo ADV Geraçăo DP TM02 Headbutt TM03 Curse Water Pulse Water Pulse TM06 Toxic Toxic Toxic Toxic TM07 Zap Cannon TM08 Body Slam TM09 Take Down Psych Up TM10 Double-Edge Hidden Power Hidden Power Hidden Power TM11 BubbleBeam Sunny Day Sunny Day Sunny Day TM12 Water Gun Taunt Taunt TM13 Snore TM16 Pay Day Icy Wind TM17 Protect Protect Protect TM18 Rain Dance Rain Dance TM20 Rage Endure TM21 Frustration Frustration Frustration TM23 Iron Tail Iron Tail Iron Tail TM24 Thunderbolt Thunderbolt Thunderbolt TM25 Thunder Thunder Thunder Thunder TM27 Return Return Return TM28 Dig Dig TM30 Shadow Ball Shadow Ball Shadow Ball TM31 Mimic Mud-Slap TM32 Double Team Double Team Double Team Double Team TM34 Bide Swagger Shock Wave Shock Wave TM35 Sleep Talk TM39 Swift Swift TM40 Skull Bash Defense Curl Aerial Ace Aerial Ace TM41 Torment Torment TM42 Dream Eater Facade Facade TM43 Detect Secret Power Secret Power TM44 Rest Rest Rest Rest TM45 Attract Attract Attract TM46 Thief Thief Thief TM49 Snatch Snatch TM50 Substitute Nightmare TM58 Endure TM65 Shadow Claw TM66 Payback TM70 Flash TM77 Psych Up TM78 Captivate TM79 Dark Pulse TM82 Sleep Talk TM83 Natural Gift TM85 Dream Eater TM87 Swagger TM89 U-turn TM90 Substitute HM01 Cut Cut HM05 Flash Tutores Pokémon Crystal Thunderbolt Pokémon FireRed / Pokémon LeafGreen Body Slam, Double-Edge, Dream Eater, Mimic, Substitute Pokémon Emerald Body Slam, Defense Curl, Double-Edge, Dream Eater, Endure, Icy Wind, Mimic, Mud-Slap, Psych Up, Sleep Talk, Snore, Substitute, Swagger, Swift Pokémon XD Body Slam, Double-Edge, Dream Eater, Icy Wind, Mimic, Nightmare, Substitute, Swagger

domingo 14 junho 2009 12:50


Charmeleon

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Charmeleon is a bipedal, reptilian creature similar to Charmander. It has crimson scales that are much darker than that of the bright red Charmander. It has a tail with the tip burning with fire, a trait seen in many Fire-type Pokémon, especially the Charmander evolutionary line. Its skull has developed a horn-like protrusion to the rear and its mouth has elongated into a snout. Its front and back claws are far sharper and longer than Charmander. Gender differences None. Special abilities Charmeleon can, of course, breathe fire. This fire is much hotter than Charmander's. This is a result of a larger flame burning at the tip of its tail than that of Charmander's. It possesses incredibly large claws which it utilizes in its powerful Slash attack. Behavior Charmeleon tend to be stubborn, bad-tempered, and simply hot-headed. Due to their incredible power at such a low level, they can easily feel they are better than their trainers and will sometimes disregard attack commands. When tame, however, they are a formidable opponent and a loyal partner. Wild Charmeleon are ready to evolve when they begin to travel in different areas battling random opponents, and the flames on their tails begin to flash larger. Habitat Mountain Pokémon Charmeleon are rare in the wild, but thrive in harsh environments such as craggy mountains and active volcanoes. Charmeleon also dwell in large numbers in abandoned mines and heated valleys. Diet Main article: Pokémon food Charmeleon when in the wild will hunt solitary much unlike Charmander who hunt in packs. Their diet consists that of the average omnivorous Pokémon diet. In the anime Ash's disobedient Charmeleon. Zippo, Ritchie's Charmeleon. Major appearances Ash's Charmeleon Ash's Charmander evolved into Charmeleon in March of the Exeggutor Squad. It quickly grew unruly and disobedient and evolved into Charizard soon after, in Attack of the Prehistoric Pokémon. Ritchie's Charmeleon Ritchie's Charmander evolved into a Charmeleon off-screen and was first seen in its evolved form in A Parent Trapped. Other In The Crystal Onix, Mateo used a Charmeleon to make glass and battle the titular Crystal Onix. Sam used a Charmeleon in Pokémon 4Ever to battle Vicious. A Charmeleon also appeared under the ownership of a trainer named Jimmy in Judgement Day.

domingo 14 junho 2009 12:45


Charmander

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Charmander is a reptilian creature resembling a bipedal salamander with some dinosaur qualities. Its most notable feature is the flame burning on the tip of its tail, which is there even at birth. It is said that if this flame goes out, the Pokémon dies, although this has never happened in the anime, manga, or video games. It could perhaps be distantly related to some Dragon-type Pokémon, and also Magmar, due to both Pokémon possessing a flame at the tips of their tails, but Charmander seems to only be closely related to its evolutions. Despite the small size of its claws and the cute look on its face, they should be regarded with caution, since even they are strong and sharp enough that a Charmander can learn to use Slash. Gender differences None. Special abilities Charmander can breathe fire, which allows them to use a wide range of Fire-type attacks. However, the strength of these are very closely connected to the strength and health of the Charmander, since it draws on the life force which fuels the flame on its tail to fuel the flames of its attacks. With time, it can learn powerful Fire-type techniques like Flamethrower and Fire Blast. It can even learn to breathe the blue flames of Dragon Rage, but Charmander can only use this move in the Second Generation games and beyond. It can also use the flame on its tail to attack by swinging it about. However, these attacks are usually weaker than those from the flames Charmander breathes. Behavior Charmander is easily the most mild-mannered of its evolution line. Its health and emotions can be easily read by paying attention to the flame on the tip of its tail. For example, if the flame grows suddenly, the Charmander is probably angered, and perhaps even using a Rage attack. It is scarce in the wild. Most are domestic Pokémon, raised to be distributed as starters by Professor Oak. As such, they are regarded as well-behaved Pokémon. It is often regarded as the most difficult Pokémon to start with because it has a disadvantage against the first two Gym Leaders in Kanto (Brock and Misty). There are some who choose it anyway under the impression that it is stronger than Bulbasaur or Squirtle. However, while a Charmander can certainly grow to be a very powerful Pokémon, its strength in battle is very closely connected to its condition and health. Therefore, like a real fire, it must be tended to regularly and not strained or neglected. Most Trainers shouldn't have a problem with this, though impatient ones who expect it to be very strong right off the bat will have severe difficulty raising this Pokémon. In Charmander the Stray Pokémon, a Trainer named Damian abandoned his completely because of this. They are also stubbornly loyal. In that same episode, Charmander wouldn't move from the rock, because Damian told it to wait. Ash had to carry it because it refused to move, even in the rain. Habitat Mountain Pokémon Charmander is rarely found in the wild. Sometimes they can gather in extremely hot areas, such as active volcanoes. They can also thrive in craggy mountains or in rocky, heated crags and caves along the coast of the Sevii Islands. Their final evolution, Charizard, also inhabits the Charicific Valley or near mountain chains. However they are found far more often in the ownership of Trainers. Diet Main article: Pokémon food Their diet is the usual omnivorous diet of a Pokémon. The few places where Charmander can be seen in the wild, they usually hunt and gather in small packs, and will call others over if any sort of food is found.

domingo 14 junho 2009 12:43


gengar

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Gengar has the ability to hide perfectly in the shadow of any object, granting it exceptional stealth. However, Gengar's body acts as a heat sink; it's presence cools the temperature of the surrounding area by nearly 10°F. In addition, Gengar possesses the ability to fly through the air, as demonstrated by Morty's Gengar. Since Gengar is a fully evolved Pokémon, it can use Hyper Beam and Giga Impact. Behavior Gengars are very mischievous, and at some times, malicious. They enjoy playing practical jokes, such as pretending to be one's shadow, then behaving erratically. When the quarry notices, the Gengar takes delight in it's victim's terror. Habitat Cave Pokémon Gengar live in shadows of rooms, caves, and dark places where shadows form, especially in urban areas such as cities and back alleys but only during the night. Diet Main article: Pokémon food Gengar drains the life force from its victims. It may also also eat its victim's dreams. In the anime Gengar in the anime Gengar first appeared in the opening of Pokémon - I Choose You!, where it and a Nidorino battled in a Colosseum. Ash first saw a Gengar in person in Lavender Town in The Tower of Terror while searching for a Ghost-type Pokémon to fight Sabrina with. Due to a close call, Ash got to spend some unexpected time with the ghostly trio, Gastly, Haunter, and Gengar. It, along with Haunter, seemed to have a fondness for Japanese stand-up, and attempt to (unsuccessfully) amuse Ash by acting as a pair of performers. In The Ancient Puzzle of Pokémopolis, a giant Gengar was awakened near the Ancient City of Pokémopolis where it battled an equally large Alakazam. Drake of the Orange Islands used a Gengar in his battle with Ash in Hello, Pummelo! and Enter The Dragonite. His Gengar managed to confuse Ash's Tauros before he returned it and instead tried with Ash's Lapras. In the collision between Night Shade and Ice Beam, both Lapras and Gengar fainted. A Gengar appeared under the ownership of Ecruteak City Gym Leader Morty in A Ghost Of A Chance, From Ghost to Ghost, and For Ho-Oh the Bells Toll!. Agatha used a Gengar to battle Ash's Pikachu in The Scheme Team. The Ghost Pokémon defeated Pikachu. Gengar was the leader of "Team Meanies" in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Team Go-Getters out of the Gate! A Gengar appeared in Ghoul Daze! together with its pre-evolutions, Gastly and Haunter. A Gengar also appeared in One Team, Two Team, Red Team, Blue Team!. A Gengar under the ownership of Hearthome City's Gym Leader Fantina appeared in a flashback in Playing the Leveling Field! and appeared in A Shield with a Twist where it was defeated by Ash's Buizel. Pokédex entries Episode Pokémon Pokédex Entry EP023 Gengar Ash's Pokédex Gengar. No information available. EP072 Gengar Ash's Pokédex Gengar, the Shadow Pokémon. The evolved form of Haunter. Details about this Pokémon are unknown. This concludes the entries from the Original series. Episode Pokémon Pokédex Entry DP102 Gengar Dawn's Pokédex Gengar, the Shadow Pokémon. Gengar hides in the shadows. If a Gengar is nearby it is said to feel ten degrees colder than normal. This concludes the entries from the Diamond & Pearl series. In the manga In Pokémon Special, Agatha has two Gengar on her team. One of them was used to attack Green and Koga from the shadows, draining the latter's life force as it possessed his shadow. Another Gengar was seen at the beginning of the FireRed and LeafGreen saga in Volume 23. It was used by a kid from Pallet Town in an attempt to capture a Nidorino, thus replicating the opening sequence of the Generation I video games. In the TCG Main article: Gengar (TCG) Game data NPC appearances Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gengar is the leader of Team Meanies. While often accompanied by Ekans and Medicham, Gengar will often act alone and spends much of the game causing trouble, even convincing the village to exile the hero, blaming him or her for the natural disasters. However, it is later revealed that he is the cursed human. Pokédex entries Gen Game Pokédex entry I Red Under a full moon, this Pokémon likes to mimic the shadows of people and laugh at their fright. Blue Under a full moon, this Pokémon likes to mimic the shadows of people and laugh at their fright. Yellow A Gengar is close by if you feel a sudden chill. It may be trying to lay a curse on you. Stadium Appears to attack people who get lost in the mountains. Said to be the culprit behind shadows that laugh in the moonlight. II Gold It steals heat from its surroundings. If you feel a sudden chill, it is certain that a Gengar appeared. Silver To steal the life of its target, it slips into the prey's shadow and silently waits for an opportunity. Crystal Hiding in people's shadows at night, it absorbs their heat. The chill it causes makes the victims shake. Stadium 2 It steals heat from its surroundings. If you feel a sudden chill, it is certain that a Gengar appeared. III Ruby Sometimes, on a dark night, your shadow thrown by a streetlight will suddenly and startlingly overtake you. It is actually a Gengar running past you, pretending to be your shadow. Sapphire Sometimes, on a dark night, your shadow thrown by a streetlight will suddenly and startlingly overtake you. It is actually a Gengar running past you, pretending to be your shadow. Emerald Deep in the night, your shadow cast by a streetlight may suddenly overtake you. It is actually a Gengar running past you, pretending to be your shadow. FireRed It is said to emerge from darkness to steal the lives of those who become lost in mountains. LeafGreen On the night of the full moon, if shadows move on their own and laugh, it must be Gengar's doing. IV Diamond It hides in shadows. It is said that if Gengar is hiding, it cools the area by nearly 10 degrees F. Pearl Lurking in the shadowy corners of rooms, it awaits chances to steal its prey's life force. Platinum The leer that floats in darkness belongs to a Gengar delighting in casting curses on people. Game locations Gen Game Rarity Area I Red Blue None Evolve Haunter Yellow None Evolve Haunter II Gold Silver None Evolve Haunter Crystal None Evolve Haunter III Ruby Sapphire None Trade Emerald None Trade FireRed LeafGreen None Evolve Haunter Colosseum None Trade XD None Trade IV Diamond Pearl Dongle Old Chateau (Any Gen III game) Platinum Dongle Old Chateau (Any Gen III game) Pal Park Forest In side games Game Location Pokémon Trozei! Endless Level 68 Forever Level 18 Pair Battle Mr. Who's Den Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red/Blue Rescue Team Evolve from Haunter Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Time/Darkness Sky Stairway (1F-49F) Pokémon Ranger Fiore Temple Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Hippowdon Temple Altru Building Altru Tower Base stats Stat Base At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100 Min. Max. Min. Max. HP: 60 120 167 230 324 Attack: 65 63 128 121 251 Defense: 60 58 123 112 240 Special Attack: 130 121 200 238 394 Special Defense: 75 72 139 139 273 Speed: 110 103 178 202 350 Total: 500 Other Pokémon with this total Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature. Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature. This Pokémon's Special base stat in Generation I was 130. Type effectiveness Weak to Resistant to Immune to Normal effectiveness Ghost : 2× Psychic : 2× Dark : 2× Poison : Ľ× Bug : Ľ× Grass : ˝× Normal : 0× Fighting : 0× Ground : 0× Flying : 1× Rock : 1× Steel : 1× Fire : 1× Water : 1× Electric : 1× Ice : 1× Dragon : 1× Notes: If Foresight or Odor Sleuth is used by an opponent or the opponent has Scrappy, the effectiveness of Normal-type moves is 1× and the effectiveness of Fighting-type moves is ˝×. In Generations I and II, and if Gravity, Skill Swap, or Gastro Acid is used, if the opponent has Mold Breaker, or the Pokémon is given an Iron Ball, the effectiveness of Ground-type moves is 2×. In Generation I, the effectiveness of Grass-type moves is ˝×, and the effectiveness of Bug-type moves is 1×. Learnset Gengar is capable of learning the following moves (from its evolution onwards): NOTE: Moves in bold are damage moves to which STAB apply. By leveling up Generation IV Other generation learnsets: I - II - III Level Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Contest Appeal Start Hypnosis Psychic Status — 60% 20 Smart 2 ♥♥ Start Lick Ghost Physical 20 100% 30 Tough 0 Start Spite Ghost Status — 100% 10 Tough 2 ♥♥ 5 Spite Ghost Status — 100% 10 Tough 2 ♥♥ 8 Mean Look Normal Status — —% 5 Beauty 2 ♥♥ 12 Curse ??? Status — —% 10 Tough 0 15 Night Shade Ghost Special — 100% 15 Smart 3 ♥♥♥ 19 Confuse Ray Ghost Status — 100% 10 Smart 2 ♥♥ 22 Sucker Punch Dark Physical 80 100% 5 Smart 2 ♥♥ 25 Shadow Punch Ghost Physical 60 —% 20 Smart 2 ♥♥ 28 Payback Dark Physical 50 100% 10 Cool 1 ♥ 33 Shadow Ball Ghost Special 80 100% 15 Smart 2 ♥♥ 39 Dream Eater Psychic Special 100 100% 15 Smart 1 ♥ 44 Dark Pulse Dark Special 80 100% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ 50 Destiny Bond Ghost Status — —% 5 Smart 0 55 Nightmare Ghost Status — —% 15 Smart 2 ♥♥ Bold indicates a move that gets STAB Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only from an evolution of this Pokémon By TM/HM Generation IV Other generation learnsets: I - II - III TM Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Contest Appeal TM01 Focus Punch Fighting Physical 150 100% 20 Tough 1 ♥ TM06 Toxic Poison Status — 85% 10 Smart 2 ♥♥ TM10 Hidden Power Normal Special — 100% 15 Smart 1 ♥ TM11 Sunny Day Fire Status — —% 5 Beauty 2 ♥♥ TM12 Taunt Dark Status — 100% 20 Smart 0 TM15 Hyper Beam Normal Special 150 90% 5 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM17 Protect Normal Status — —% 10 Cute 0 TM18 Rain Dance Water Status — —% 5 Tough 2 ♥♥ TM19 Giga Drain Grass Special 60 100% 10 Smart 1 ♥ TM21 Frustration Normal Physical — 100% 20 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM24 Thunderbolt Electric Special 95 100% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM25 Thunder Electric Special 120 70% 10 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM27 Return Normal Physical — 100% 20 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM29 Psychic Psychic Special 90 100% 10 Smart 2 ♥♥ TM30 Shadow Ball Ghost Special 80 100% 15 Smart 2 ♥♥ TM31 Brick Break Fighting Physical 75 100% 15 Cool 3 ♥♥♥ TM32 Double Team Normal Status — —% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM36 Sludge Bomb Poison Special 90 100% 10 Tough 2 ♥♥ TM41 Torment Dark Status — 100% 15 Tough 0 TM42 Facade Normal Physical 70 100% 20 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM43 Secret Power Normal Physical — 100% 20 Smart 2 ♥♥ TM44 Rest Psychic Status — —% 10 Cute 0 TM45 Attract Normal Status — 100% 15 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM46 Thief Dark Physical 40 100% 10 Tough 0 TM48 Skill Swap Psychic Status — —% 10 Smart 0 TM49 Snatch Dark Status — —% 10 Smart 0 TM52 Focus Blast Fighting Special 120 70% 5 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM53 Energy Ball Grass Special 80 100% 10 Beauty 2 ♥♥ TM56 Fling Dark Physical — 100% 10 Tough 1 ♥ TM58 Endure Normal Status — —% 10 Tough 2 ♥♥ TM60 Drain Punch Fighting Physical 60 100% 5 Beauty 1 ♥ TM61 Will-O-Wisp Fire Status — 75% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ TM63 Embargo Dark Status — 100% 15 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM64 Explosion Normal Physical 250 100% 5 Beauty 0 TM65 Shadow Claw Ghost Physical 70 100% 15 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM66 Payback Dark Physical 50 100% 10 Cool 1 ♥ TM68 Giga Impact Normal Physical 150 90% 5 Beauty 2 ♥♥ TM77 Psych Up Normal Status — —% 10 Smart 0 TM78 Captivate Normal Status — 100% 20 Beauty 2 ♥♥ TM79 Dark Pulse Dark Special 80 100% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM82 Sleep Talk Normal Status — —% 10 Cute 3 ♥♥♥ TM83 Natural Gift Normal Physical — 100% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ TM84 Poison Jab Poison Physical 80 100% 20 Smart 2 ♥♥ TM85 Dream Eater Psychic Special 100 100% 15 Smart 1 ♥ TM87 Swagger Normal Status — 90% 15 Cute 2 ♥♥ TM90 Substitute Normal Status — —% 10 Smart 1 ♥ TM92 Trick Room Psychic Status — —% 5 Cute 2 ♥♥ HM04 Strength Normal Physical 80 100% 15 Tough 3 ♥♥♥ HM06 Rock Smash Fighting Physical 40 100% 15 Tough 2 ♥♥ Bold indicates a move that gets STAB Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only from an evolution of this Pokémon By breeding Generation IV Other generation learnsets: II - III Father Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Contest Appeal Misdreavus, Mismagius Duskull, Dusclops, Dusknoir Chimecho Drifloon, Drifblim Astonish Ghost Physical 30 100% 15 Smart 3 ♥♥♥ Koffing, Weezing Drifloon, Drifblim Explosion Normal Physical 250 100% 5 Beauty 0 Dusclops, Dusknoir Fire Punch Fire Physical 75 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ Misdreavus, Mismagius Shuppet, Banette Grudge Ghost Status — —% 5 Tough 2 ♥♥ Koffing, Weezing Haze Ice Status — —% 30 Beauty 2 ♥♥ Dusclops, Dusknoir Ice Punch Ice Physical 75 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ Misdreavus, Mismagius Perish Song Normal Status — —% 5 Beauty 2 ♥♥ Misdreavus, Mismagius Chimecho Psywave Psychic Special — 80% 15 Smart 3 ♥♥♥ Dusclops, Dusknoir ThunderPunch Electric Physical 75 100% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ Duskull, Dusclops, Dusknoir Shuppet, Banette Will-O-Wisp Fire Status — 75% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ Bold indicates a move that gets STAB Italic indicates a move that gets STAB from an evolution of this Pokémon *Indicates a move only available by chain breeding By tutoring Generations III and IV Other generation learnsets: II - III Game Move Type Cat. Pwr. Acc. PP Contest Appeal FR LG E XD D P Pt Body Slam Normal Physical 85 100% 15 Tough 3 ♥♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Counter Fighting Physical — 100% 20 Tough 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Double-Edge Normal Physical 120 100% 15 Tough 0 FR LG E XD D P Pt Dream Eater Psychic Special 100 100% 15 Smart 1 ♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt DynamicPunch Fighting Physical 100 50% 5 Cool 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Endure Normal Status — —% 10 Tough 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Explosion Normal Physical 250 100% 5 Beauty 0 FR LG E XD D P Pt Fire Punch Fire Physical 75 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Ice Punch Ice Physical 75 100% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Icy Wind Ice Special 55 95% 15 Beauty 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Knock Off Dark Physical 20 100% 20 Smart 3 ♥♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Mega Kick Normal Physical 120 75% 5 Cool 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Mega Punch Normal Physical 80 85% 20 Tough 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Metronome Normal Status — —% 10 Cute 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Nightmare Ghost Status — 100% 15 Smart 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Ominous Wind Ghost Special 60 100% 5 Smart 0 FR LG E XD D P Pt Psych Up Normal Status — —% 10 Smart 0 FR LG E XD D P Pt Seismic Toss Fighting Physical — 100% 20 Tough 3 ♥♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Selfdestruct Normal Physical 200 100% 5 Beauty 0 FR LG E XD D P Pt Sleep Talk Normal Status — —% 10 Cute 3 ♥♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Snore Normal Special 40 100% 15 Cute 3 ♥♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Spite Ghost Status — 100% 10 Tough 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Substitute Normal Status — —% 10 Smart 1 ♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Sucker Punch Dark Physical 80 100% 5 Smart 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Swagger Normal Status — 90% 15 Cute 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt ThunderPunch Electric Physical 75 100% 15 Cool 2 ♥♥ FR LG E XD D P Pt Trick Psychic Status — 100% 10 Smart 0 FR LG E XD D P Pt Uproar Normal Special 50 100% 10 Cute 2 ♥♥ Bold indicates a move that gets STAB Italic indicates a move that gets STAB only from an evolution of this Pokémon A colored initial indicates that the move is not available to be tutored in this game, while a colored background indicates that the move is available. Side game data Pokémon Pinball Acquisition: Evolve Pokémon Trozei! Rarity: Rare Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Red Rescue Team and Blue Rescue Team Body size: 1 Recruit Rate: Evolve Friend Area: Darkness Ridge Phrases 51%-100% HP My red eyes aren't from lack of sleep! 26%-50% HP Confound it! My HP is already missing by half... 1%-25% HP This is my ruin... Even my shadow grows dim... Level Up Very well! I've leveled! Partner Phrases 51%-100% HP Kekeh! I'm counting on you! 26%-50% HP Kekeh? This is getting a bit rough... 1%-25% HP Gegeh! I'm about to faint! Oi! Heal me quick! Level Up N/A Pokémon Ranger Group: Ghost Loops: 7 Minimum Experience: 100 Poké Assist: ( Ghost ) Field Move: None Maximum Experience: 120 "Beware--Gengar abducts your Pokémon. It makes copies of itself to attack." Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness Body size: 1 Recruit Rate: -10% IQ Group: G Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia Group: Ghost Poké Assist: ( Ghost ) Field Move: (Psy Power ×3) "It attacks by spitting out eerie orbs and sinister ones imbued with loathing." Evolution Unevolved → Level 25 First evolution → Trade Second evolution Gastly Ghost Poison Haunter Ghost Poison Gengar Ghost Poison Sprites Gen Game I Red Blue Yellow Red (Ja) Green Back II Gold Silver Crystal Back III Ruby Sapphire Emerald FireRed LeafGreen Back File:Spr 3e 094 s.gif IV Diamond Pearl Platinum HeartGold SoulSilver Back NO SPRITES AVAILABLE For other sprites and images, please see Gengar images on Bulbagarden Archives. Trivia "Phantom" was the original English name for Gengar. Gengar, along with Nidorino, who it battles in the beginning of Red, Blue, Green, FireRed and LeafGreen, and probably a couple other Pokémon, originate from the old manga, Capsule Monsters, which is considered pre-cursor to the Pokémon franchise. Gengar can be caught in the wild in Generation IV through the dongle method, as can another Pokémon previously obtainable only via trading, Steelix, though Steelix can be battled normally. Even though Gengar is part Poison-type, like its pre-evolutions, it cannot learn any Poison-type moves via level up. Gengar is tied with Froslass for the fastest Ghost-type Pokémon, with a base Speed of 110, and has the highest base Special Attack stat of any Ghost-type Pokémon at 130. Coincidentally, that is also the highest of any Poison-type. To date, Gengar and Dusknoir are the only Ghost-type Pokémon which have undergone two evolutionary events, and both require trading to trigger their final evolution. The original Gengar sprites have white eyes (excluding Pokémon Yellow). Despite its ability to hide in shadows, it's unable to learn Shadow Sneak. Origin It seems to be simply based on general cartoonish ghosts, and possibly on a distorted shadow of a human being like shadow people. The overall appearance could also be an homage to the Cheshire Cat. Gengar also has some similarities to Gremlins with both looks and personality (violent, rude, and wild). Name origin Gengar's name is possibly a shortening of doppelgänger - a ghostly double of a person, which would be a fitting name for a Pokémon with a habit of pretending to be a person's shadow. The kanji 幻, which can be read "gen", can be used for words meaning "phantom" or "illusion". Some also suspect that, like Kangaskhan, Gengar's name may be partially based on Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire, what with Gengar's chaotic and dangerous behavior towards others for its own amusement. There is also a striking pronouncation similarity between Gengar's name and the danish word "genganger", which simply is a spirit that after its death chose not to go to the other world but to return to the world of humans in the shape of a ghost. "Gen" is translated as "again" or simply "re" and "ganger" is an old-fashioned word meaning "walker" or "someone that walks". In other languages German: Gengar French: Ectoplasma - From ectoplasm, the substance that supposedly emanates from the body of a spiritualistic medium when contacting the dead. Korean: 팬텀 Paenteom - A transliteration of the English word phantom. External links Notes ← #093: Haunter Pokémon #095: Onix → This Pokémon article is part of Project Pokédex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on each Pokémon as a species. Categories: Ghost-type Pokémon | Poison-type Pokémon | Dual-type Pokémon | Pokémon in the Medium Slow experience group | Pokémon | Purple-colored Pokémon | Body style 06 Pokémon | Indeterminate group Pokémon | Pokémon with a gender ratio of one male to one female | Generation I Pokémon | Pokémon with a base stat total of 500 | Pokémon whose Special stat became their Special Attack | Pokémon whose base Special Attack stat is greater than 100 | Pokémon whose base Special stat is greater than 100 | Pokémon whose base Speed stat is greater than 100 | Body size 1 Pokémon | Pokémon that are part of a three-stage evolutionary line | Pokémon that are included in the Japan-only Pokémon Stadium

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