Mandibuzz can have one of two Abilities: Big Pecks, which prevents its Defense stat from being lowered, or Overcoat, which makes it immune to the damaging effects of weather. Its Hidden Ability is Weak Armor, which lowers the Defense stat by one stage and increases the Speed Stat by one stage each time this Pokémon is hit by an attack.
Vullaby evolve into Mandibuzz at Level 54.
Mandibuzz is in the Flying Egg Group, and its Egg will take approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Mandibuzz 1,250,000 Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Mandibuzz is based on a Vulture.
Mandibuzz are always Female.
Mandibuzz can be obtained by evolving a Vullaby, or capturing one at Route 11 or at Village Bridge in Pokémon Black. In Pokémon Black 2, Mandibuzz can be found at Route 4 on Thursdays behind a house. This Mandibuzz has its Hidden Ability, Weak Armor. The only way to obtain a Mandibuzz in Pokémon White and Pokémon White 2 is to trade for one.
In Pokémon X and Y and Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the only way to obtain Mandibuzz is by evolving a Vullaby. In Pokémon Moon, it can be caught in the wild at Poni Plains through a flying shadow.
Mandibuzz appears at the Crag Area's Colosseum in PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond. To befriend her you'll have to give her a total of 30 Everlasting Flames.
Trading Card Game
Mandibuzz is listed as a Rare Card in the Black&White and Emerging Powers sets.
Wild Mandibuzz appear in both versions of Pokémon Movie 14.
Mandibuzz's Manga Information is unknown as of writing.
Mandibuzz is part of the Underused (UU) tier of competitive battling. With a great typing and sturdy 110/105/95 defenses, Mandibuzz makes for a good defensive Pokémon that can check numerous threats like Chandelure, Shaymin, and Krookodile. With access to many great utility moves, such as Knock Off, Taunt, Defog, and U-turn, Mandibuzz can act as a great team supporter capable of gaining momentum for a team, chipping down at opposing foes, or removing entry hazards from the field. It also has access to a reliable recovery move in Roost to keep itself from being worn down too easily. Due to its Speed being higher than many other defensive Pokémon, Mandibuzz can act as a good stallbreaker with Taunt and Toxic to prevent defensive Pokémon from healing up and wearing them down. As a Defog user, Mandibuzz has good matchups against certain Stealth Rock setters, like Krookodile, Mega Swampert, and Nidoqueen. Due to its balanced defensive stats, Mandibuzz can invest in special defense or physical defense to pick what specific Pokémon it can counter. However, Mandibuzz is weak to Stealth Rock which undermines its defensive capabilities quite a bit.
Mandibuzz is also a viable option in the Overused (OU) tier of competitive battling. Due to a unique typing, good movepool, and nice defensive stats, Mandibuzz can perform the role of a mixed wall very well. It can check numerous huge threats in the tier such as Breloom and Gengar, which are Pokémon that can give defensive teams a lot of trouble. Mandibuzz has many good moves at its disposal, such as a reliable recovery move in Roost, a strong STAB move in Foul Play that can dent physical attackers very hard, and Defog to remove entry hazards. Unfortunately, Mandibuzz is weak to Stealth Rock which can make its ability to check some threats very shaky. It also does not appreciate the presence of some very common Mega Evolutions like Mega Sableye and Mega Diancie.