|1'4" (0.4m)||9.3 lbs. (4.2kg)|
|Male: 50%||Female: 50%|
|Evolves From||Evolves Into|
|Egg Group||Catch Rate|
|NU||1 Speed Point|
Plusle uses the Plus Ability. Plus is an Ability that originally increased its Special Attack stat by 50% when paired with a Pokémon that has the Minus Ability, which was exclusive to Minun in the third and fourth generations. Starting in Generation V, however, the Special Attack increase will take effect regardless if battling with a partner Pokémon that has Plus or Minus.
Plusle does not evolve and does not have a pre-evolved form.
Plusle is in the Fairy Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Plusle One Million Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Plusle resembles a small yellow rodent that has plus signs on its cheeks and tail.
 Gender Differences
Plusle doesn't have any visible differences to help differentiate between male and female.
 Game Information
 Original Games
Plusle appears in the Trophy Garden in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum as a Daily Pokémon. Plusle appears in many different areas in Heart Gold and Soul Silver when Hoenn Sound is playing on the Poké Gear's radio.
 Spin-off Games
Plusle appears at Secret Storage 16, Endless Level 16 and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!.
Plusle appears at Thunderwave Cave 4F & 5F, Lightning Field 7F-19F, and Joyous Tower 5F-8F in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team. In Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky, Plusle appears on the first five floors of Amp Plains. Plusle is exclusive to Blazing Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing on the first 19 floors of Mystery Plains.
Plusle appears at Fall City in the first Pokémon Ranger game, but when it appears depends on the gender of the player. Female characters will encounter Plusle right away, but Male characters have to wait until after the end credits for their chance at Plusle. This is its only appearance in the series, as Plusle does not appear in either of the two sequels.
Plusle can be found at Firebreathing Mountain Factory 3-3 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
 Trading Card Game
Plusle appears in a total of 9 sets, the 7th Movie Halfdeck, Pokémon Organized Play Series 1 as a Common Card, Pokémon Organized Play Series 3 as a Rare Card, and as part of the Heart Gold/Soul Silver promotions. Plusle is listed as a Common Card in the EX Hidden Legends and Dark Explorers sets. It is listed as an Uncommon Card in the EX Deoxys, EX Emerald, Supreme Victors and Unleashed sets. Plusle is listed as a Rare Card in the EX Dragon, Secret Wonders and Majestic Dawn sets.
 Anime/Manga Information
A Pokémon Ranger named Solana used a Plusle as her Parner Pokémon in the episodes Green Guardian and Pokémon Ranger! Deoxys Crisis! Both episodes featured a Legendary Pokémon; Celebi and Deoxys, respectively.
A Pokémon Co-ordinator named Ursala used a Plusle in a few contests against Dawn, contests that Dawn would triumph over Ursala in.
Solana's Plusle was also featured in Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea, and Ursala's Plusle made an appearance in Zoroark: Master of Illusions. A Wild Plusle was featured predominantly in Destiny Deoxys, and a Wild Plusle also appeared in Pikachu's Summer Festival and Meloetta's Sparkling Recital.
Plusle's Manga info is unknown at this time.
 Pokémon Information
 Competitive Battling
Plusle is listed in the NU, or Never-Utilized Tier of Competitive Battling due to lower-than-average stats and an Ability that is only useful in Double or Triple battles.
 Area Location
|Colosseum||Only One||Pyrite Town (Gift from Duking)|
|Diamond/Pearl/Platinum||5%||Trophy Garden (Daily Pokémon)|
|Heart Gold/Soul Silver||20% (Hoenn Sound)||Routes 1-3, 5, 7 & 8, 11, 14-18, 29, 33, 36-39, 46, 48|
|Black||40%||Route 6 (Swarm)|
|White||None||PokéTransfer, Dream World or Trade|
|Black 2||40%||Route 6 (Swarm)|
|White 2||None||PokéTransfer, Dream World or Trade|
 Pokédex Entries
|III||Pokémon Ruby||Plusle alawys acts as a cheerleader for its partner. Whenever a teammate puts out a good effort in battle, this Pokémon shorts out its body to create the crackling noises of sparks to show its joy.|
|III||Pokémon Sapphire||When Plusle is cheering on its partner, it flashes with electric sparks from all over its body. If its partner loses, this Pokémon cries loudly.|
|III||Pokémon Emerald||It has the trait of cheering on its fellow Pokémon. By shorting out the electricity it releases from its paws, it creates pom-poms for cheering.|
|III||Pokémon FireRed||It cheers on partners while scattering sparks from its body. It climbs telephone poles to absorb electricity.|
|III||Pokémon LeafGreen||It cheers on partners while scattering sparks from its body. It climbs telephone poles to absorb electricity.|
|IV||Pokémon Diamond||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
|IV||Pokémon Pearl||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
|IV||Pokémon Platinum||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
|IV||Pokémon HeartGold||It absorbs electricity from telephone poles. It shorts out its body to create crackling noises.|
|IV||Pokémon SoulSilver||It absorbs electricity from telephone poles. It shorts out its body to create crackling noises.|
|V||Pokémon Black||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
|V||Pokémon White||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
|V||Pokémon Black 2||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
|V||Pokémon White 2||It cheers on friends with pom-poms made of sparks. It drains power from telephone poles.|
 Pokéathlon Statistics
 Via Level-Up
 Via TM/HM
 Via Breeding
 Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
 Generation III Exclusive Move Tutor Moves
 Generation IV Exclusive Moves
 Via TM/HM
 Via Move Tutor
 Heart Gold/Soul Silver