Chatot (Sinnoh Pokédex. It is a Normal/Flying-Type, and it is known as the Music Note Pokémon.) is the 102nd Pokémon in the
Chatot can use one of two Abilities: Keen Eye, which prevents opponents from reducing its Accuracy, or Tangled Feet, which increases its Evasion by one level if it becomes Confused. A third Ability is available to Chatot from the Dream World, the Big Pecks Ability. This Ability prevents its Defense from being lowered.
Chatot doesn't evolve and doesn't have a pre-evolved form.
Chatot is in the Flying Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Chatot 1,059,860 Experience Points to Level 100.
Chatot takes on the appearance of a parakeet that has a dark head with a red beak. The tuft on its head resembles a standalone eighth note.
Chatot doesn't have any differences to differentiate between male and female.
Chatot appears on Routes 222 and 224 in Diamond and Pearl in the Morning and Day, and on Routes 213, 218 and 222 in Platinum during the Morning and Day. In Heart Gold and Soul Silver, Chatot can be found at Sprout Tower, Burned Tower and Bell Tower while Sinnoh Sound is playing on the Pokégear's Radio. Chatot also appears on the Rally Pokéwalker course, which can only be unlocked by way of an Event.
Chatot appears at Sky Rift B1-B6 in Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness, and at Sky Fissure B1-B6 in Explorers of Sky. In Mystery Dungeon 3, Chatot appears in all three games and can be found at Mystery Plains, Legendary Volcanic Island and Final Mountain in Blazing Adventure Squad; appearing at Mystery Marsh, Legendary Wetland and Final Island in Stormy Adventure Squad; and at Mystery Meadow, Legendary Mountains and Final Cave in Light Adventure Squad.
Chatot can be found at Pueltown in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. In Pokémon Ranger: Guardian Signs, Chatot flies the skies of the Oblivia Region, the only place to obtain one in the Present, and in the Forest Temple mission "A Hoard Treasure Chests" by completing the mission with an A Rank.
Chatot appears at Firebreathing Mountain Factory 3-3 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
Trading Card Game
Chatot is listed in the 9th Movie Halfdeck, twice in the Pokémon Card Game Promo set, the Diamond/Pearl Promo set and the Diamond/Pearl/Platinum Promo set. Chatot is listed as a Common Card in the Diamond and Pearl, Majestic Dawn and Supreme Victors sets, and as an Uncommon Card in the Supreme Victors and Dark Explorers sets.
Phantom would use a Chatot in the film Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea. A Wild Chatot would appear in the film Arceus and the Jewel of Life and the Pikachu Short "Pikachu's Island Adventure."
Chatot's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Chatot finds itself in the PU tier of competitive battling. With access to the incredibly powerful STAB Boomburst, Chatot is one of the tier's best anti-offense Pokémon. It is capable of outspeeding with a Choice Scarf and OHKOing certain faster threats like Floatzel and Zebstrika, and it only has a few Pokémon that can check it easily on offensive teams. It can also run a Choice Specs set that can dismantle slower teams when given the right support. With decent coverage in Heat Wave and Hidden Power Fighting for Steel-types and U-turn to nab momentum, Chatot can get itself out of unfavorable situations rather easily. However, Chatot is not flawless, as it is very frail and its Choice Specs set can struggle against more offensive teams that run speedier threats to outspeed it. Chatot's Choice Scarf set can be walled by the likes of Audino, and its Stealth Rock weakness hampers the number of times it can switch in.
Chatot is also viable in the Neverused (NU) tier of competitive battling. It can serve as a destructive wallbreaker thanks to its access to one of the game's most powerful moves in STAB Boomburst. With numerous options in its movepool, such as Heat Wave, U-turn, and Nasty Plot, Chatot can circumvent certain checks that try to hinder its effectiveness. Chatot also has access to STAB Chatter, which can prove to be helpful in situations due to its ability to simultaneously deal damage to the opponent and confuse it at the same time, opening up opportunities for Chatot to set up a Substitute or boost up with Nasty Plot. Chatot's best set is a Choice Specs set that serves as a powerful wallbreaker and can pivot out with U-turn. It can also run a Substitute + Nasty Plot set in conjunction with Boomburst and Chatter to annoy the opponent and destroy it with ruthlessly powerful attacks. Chatot's main downfall is its Speed tier, which puts it behind certain offensive Pokémon like Tauros, Floatzel, Jynx, and Scyther. Chatot also faces competition from Choice Specs Swellow as a Boomburst spammer, as Swellow has a much higher Speed stat and access to the ability Scrappy which allows for it to hit through Ghost-types while Chatot cannot do so. Chatot also has bad defenses and a lackluster defensive typing, giving it problems switching into threats.
Via Dream World
Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
Generation IV Exclusive Moves
Via Move Tutor (Platinum/Heart Gold/Soul Silver)
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