|#242|| Natural Cure / Serene Grace|
|4'1″ (1.5m)||103.2 lbs (46.8kg)|
|Male: 0%||Female: 100%|
|Evolves From||Evolves Into|
|Egg Group||Catch Rate|
| 4th Gen: OU
5th Gen: OU
6th Gen: UU
Blissey (Johto Pokédex. She is a Normal-Type, and is known as the Happiness Pokémon.) is the 223rd Pokémon in the
Blissey can use one of two Abilities: Natural Cure, which heals any of her Status Conditions after being substituted from battle; or Serene Grace, which doubles the chances of a move's secondary effect taking place. A third Ability is available to Blissey from the Dream World, the Healer Ability. This Ability has a 30% chance of healing one of her Allies from a Status Condition at the end of each turn.
Blissey is in the Fairy Egg Group, and her Egg takes approximately 10,240 Steps to hatch. A Happiny Egg can be bred if she is holding a Luck Incense during breeding, an Egg that also takes approximately 10,240 Steps to hatch. It takes Blissey 800,000 Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Blissey is shaped like a very large egg; her top half is pink and her bottom half is white. She has an egg in a pouch on its torso, and wing-like structures sprouting out of her body under her arms and at her waistline. She has curled up hair on the top of her body.
 Gender Differences
Blissey is a Female Pokémon Species.
 Game Information
 Original Games
The only way to obtain a Blissey is to evolve a Chansey, which has been consistent across all four Generations that Blissey has appeared in.
 Spin-Off Games
Blissey can be obtained by evolving Chansey in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness.
Blissey appears at Secret Storage 17, Trozei Battle and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!
The only way to obtain a Blissey in the first set of Mystery Dungeon games is to evolve a Chansey. In Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky, Blissey appears at The Nightmare B1-B17, Marine Resort B1-B19 and Happy Outlook B1-B19; Happy Outlook is known as Joy Cape in Explorers of Sky, but the floor range is the same. Blissey is exclusive to Blazing Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing on the Path to Treasure Valley B1-B5.
Blissey makes her debut in the Pokémon Ranger series in Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, appearing in the Study of the Old Mansion in the Present, and can be obtained in the Light Temple mission "At Last, Arceus and the Light" in the Past by defeating it and obtaining its Slate.
Blissey appears at Echo Valley Forest 1-3 in Pokémon Rumble Blast after completing the game.
 Trading Card Game
Blissey is listed as an Uncommon Card in the Heart Gold/Soul Silver set, and as a Rare Card in the Neo Revelation, Aquapolis, EX Unseen Forces (EX Card), Mysterious Treasures, Platinum and Dark Explorers sets. Blissey is also listed as an Ultra Rare Card in the Heart Gold/Soul Silver set.
 Anime/Manga Information
While Nurse Joy have typically appeared with either Chansey or Audino in the Unova region, Nurse Joy has used a Blissey in the episodes Ignorance is Blissey and Uncrushing Defeat. Other trainers have appeared with a Blissey in the episodes Tricks Of The Trade and Power Play.
Blissey has yet to appear in any of the films as of writing.
Blissey's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
 Pokémon Information
 Competitive Battling
In Generation VI, Blissey finds itself in the Underused (UU) tier for the first time. While mostly outclassed by Chansey in Overused (OU) due to numerous metagame shifts favoring Chansey's superior bulk over Blissey's ability to hold Leftovers and use special attacks, Blissey has not fallen out of favor in UU. In the Underused tier, Blissey is far and away the best special wall in the tier, capable of walling many special attacking threats, ranging from Nidoking to Mega Houndoom. It has a great support movepool with Wish and Heal Bell and can fend for itself with Seismic Toss and Toxic to wear down opposing foes and prevent itself from being easy set-up bait. Blissey does suffer from being in a tier littered with Fighting-types however, and its poor physical bulk is extremely easy to exploit. It also suffers from being relatively easy setup bait to due its very passive nature and lack of offensive prowess.
Blissey can prove to be a niche defensive option in the Overused (OU) tier of competitive battling. While Chansey is a much better defensive option than Blissey in OU, Blissey has an advantage in its ability to run Leftovers, which allows it to not be as prone to being worn down to passive damage like sand, Leech Seed, and entry hazards. It still has all the great defensive utility moves that made it such a formidable special wall in previous generations, with access to Heal Bell, Thunder Wave, Toxic, Wish, and Soft-Boiled. However, Blissey proves to be the inferior defensive option more often than not when compared to Chansey, as the latter's bulk is much better with Eviolite, giving it the ability to have more well-rounded bulk that can allow for it to tank physical hits much better than Blissey.
While Chansey is the superior choice in the Overused tier in comparison to Blissey, that cannot be said for in the Ubers tier. With a deadly trapper in Mega Gengar, Chansey is unable to overcome being trapped due to its horrible offensive prowess and is not as viable as a result on stall. However, Blissey can use an item, such as Shed Shell, to escape Mega Gengar, or with its usable Special Attack, Blissey can run Leftovers and run Ice Beam to force Mega Gengar to be locked into 50/50 situations as well as deter Mega Salamence from coming in and easily setting up on it. Blissey can also use Snatch to completely shut down various Calm Mind Arceus forms by being able to steal moves like Calm Mind and Recover while wearing it down with Toxic and an attacking move like Seismic Toss. Unfortunately for Blissey, its immense frailty on the physically defensive side, vulnerability to Taunt and all forms of entry hazards, and lack of offensive prowess can make it a sitting duck for many of the hugely threatening Pokémon in the Ubers tier. Despite this, it is still a premium special wall that finds a good niche on stall teams.
 Area Location
 Pokéthlon Statistics
 Via Level-Up
 Via TM/HM
 Via Breeding
 Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
 Via Level Up
 Via Breeding
 Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
 Generation III Exclusive Move Tutor Moves
 Generation IV Exclusive Moves
 Via TM/HM
- TM01: Focus Punch
- TM03: Water Pulse
- TM34: Shock Wave
- TM43: Secret Power
- TM72: Avalanche
- TM78: Captivate
 Via Move Tutor
 Heart Gold/Soul Silver
 Evolution Line
 Type Matchups
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