Buneary (Sinnoh Pokédex. It is a Normal Type, and it is known as the Rabbit Pokémon.) is the 67th Pokémon in the
Buneary has two main abilities. The first of these is Run Away, which, as the name suggests, allows you to run away from any battle against a Wild Pokémon unless a trapping move or Ability is in effect. The second Ability it can have is Klutz, which takes away the battle effect of any item the Pokémon is holding except for any items that affect experience gain. A third Ability is available to Buneary from the Dream World, the Limber Ability. This Ability protects it from becoming afflicted with Paralysis.
Buneary gain the opportunity to evolve into Lopunny once its Happiness Value has reached a high enough point, then it leveling up to trigger the evolution. Starting in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, a Lopunny can evolve into a Mega Lopunny by using a Mega Stone.
Buneary is a small, bunny-like Pokémon. Half of its body is covered in thick, tan fur, while the rest of it is covered in short brown hair. Buneary's tail is a puff of thick tan fur.
Buneary has no gender differences.
Buneary can be found within Eterna Forest in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum. In Heart Gold and Soul Silver, Buneary appear on Route 25. Buneary also appears on the Pokéwalker Course "Rally," but this course is only available via an Event.
Buneary can be found at Castelia City in Pokémon Black 2. A trade is required to obtain a Buneary in Black, White and White 2, but can also be obtained via the Dream World area Pleasant Forest after surpassing 7,500 Dream Points.
Buneary doesn't appear in Explorers of Time, but can be found at Foggy Forest 6F-11F in Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky. Buneary is exclusive to Blazing Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing at Fire Mountains 6F-15F.
Buneary appears on the School Path and Vien Forest in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. In Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, Buneary can be found on the Mountainside of Mt. Sorbet in the Present, but Buneary doesn't appear in the Past Missions.
Buneary can be obtained by completing a Tag Race at the Meeting Place or Meadow Zone in PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure. In PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, Buneary can be found at the Arbor Area's Windmill Way after retrieving it from Wish Park. Like the game that preceded it, the method of Buneary involves a Tag Race.
Trading Card Game
Buneary is listed in the 2009 Movie Premiere Pack, a Diamond/Pearl Promo Card, and Pokémon Organized Play Series 6 & 9 as Common Cards. Buneary is listed as a Common Card in the Diamond and Pearl, Majestic Dawn, Legends Awakened, Supreme Victors and Arceus sets.
A Wild Buneary would appear in three of the first four episodes of Series 6: The Sinnoh Saga!, which would be captured by Dawn in the episode Setting the World on its Buneary!. Since then, Dawn has used Buneary in many contests, utilizing its Ice Beam attack for appeals. When it isn't in Contests, it's on the sidelines cheering on Ash in his Gym Battles.
Dawn's Buneary appears in the films The Rise of Darkrai, Giratina and the Sky Warrior, Arceus and the Jewel of Life and Zoroark: Master of Illusions, along with the Pikachu Shorts "Pikachu's Exploration Club," "Pikachu's Great Ice Adventure," "Pikachu's Great Sparking Search" and "Pikachu's Really Mysterious Adventure."
Buneary's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Buneary is listed in the Not Fully Evolved Tier of Competitive Battling as it is an unevolved Pokémon.
Via Dream World
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
Generation IV Exclusive Moves
Via Move Tutor
Platinum/Heart Gold/Soul Silver
Heart Gold/Soul Silver
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