|3′3″ (1m)||14.1 lbs. (6.4kg)|
|Male: 50%||Female: 50%|
|Evolves From||Evolves Into|
|Egg Group||Catch Rate|
|NFE||2 Attack Points|
Weepinbell (Pokédex. It is a Grass/Poison-Type, and is known as the Flycatcher Pokémon.) is the 70th Pokémon in the
Weepinbell uses the Chlorophyll Ability, which doubles its Speed whilst the weather is Clear Skies. A second Ability is available to Weepinbell from the Dream World, the Gluttony Ability, which permits it to consume its held berry earlier than normal as a result of HP loss.
Weepinbell is in the Grass Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 5,120 Steps to hatch. It takes Weepinbell 1,059,860 Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Weepinbell has no legs or arms, it's bell shaped body is yellow with a large round mouth at the bottom. Its face is on its body rather than having a head. It has round eyes and on it's forehead is three dark green spots that are ordered in a triangular way. Weepinbell has two large green leaves at the side of its body; these are very sharp. At the top the body is a brown steam that goes in a hooked shape, helping it hang in trees.
 Gender Differences
Weepinbell doesn't have any visible differences to differentiate between male and female.
 Game Information
 Original Games
Weepinbell can be found at Routes 224 and 230 in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum. Weepinbell can also be found at Route 229 in Diamond and Pearl. In Heart Gold and Soul Silver, Weepinbell can be found at Routes 24, 25 and 44, along with the Safari Zone's Swamp area after placing 8 Forest Objects in the area. Weepinbell can also appear on the Treehouse Pokéwalker course.
 Spin-Off Games
Weepinbell makes appearances at Secret Storage 2 and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!.
The only way to obtain a Weepinbell in the first set of Mystery Dungeon games is to evolve a Bellsprout. In Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness Weepinbell can be found at Mystifying Forest B1-B13 and Mystery Jungle B1-B29. These Dungeons are known as Mystic Forest and Mystery Jungle in Explorers of Sky, but the floor ranges remain the same. Weepinbell also appears at Sky Summit PTC1-PTC4 1F-3F, PTC5-PTC8 1F-4F and PTC 9 1F-5F in Explorers of Sky. Weepinbell is exclusive to Light Adventure Squad in Mystery Dungeon 3, appearing at Chocolate Field 1F-10F.
Weepinbell can be found at Lila Forest in Pokémon Ranger, its only appearance in the Pokémon Ranger subseries as of writing.
Weepinbell can be found at Sun-Dappled Bank Treetops 2-1 and Soothing Shore Treetops 2-3 in Pokémon Rumble Blast.
 Trading Card Game
Weepinbell is listed in seven sets. It is listed as a Common Card in the Legends Awakened set; and as an Uncommon Card in the Jungle, Gym Heroes (2), Aquapolis, EX FireRed and LeafGreen, EX Legend Maker and Triumphant sets.
 Anime/Manga Information
A student named Joe would use a Weepinbell to battle against Misty and her Starmie in The School of Hard Knocks, thinking he would easily win against Water-Type Pokémon. However, Starmie would prevail anyway.
Wild Weepinbell make an appearance in The Power of One and the Pikachu Shorts "Pikachu's Vacation" and "Pikachu's Rescue Adventure."
Lady Platinum Berlitz' butler Sebastian mistook her friend Dia for an intruder in Chapter 392, ordering his Weepinbell to attack Dia, but they got the misunderstanding straightened away. This Weepinbell also makes appearances in Chapters 393 and 394.
 Pokémon Information
 Competitive Battling
Weepinbell is in the Not Fully Evolved Tier of Competitive Battling as it hasn't reached its final evolution.
 Area Locations
|Gold/Silver/Crystal||Rare||Routes 5, 6, 24 and 25|
|Leaf Green||Uncommon||Routes 12, 13, 14, and 15, Berry Forest, Bond Bridge, Cape Brink, Water Path|
|XD: Gale of Darkness||Only One||Cipher Key Lair: Snag from Cipher Peon Angic|
|Heart Gold/Soul Silver||5%||Route 25|
|Heart Gold/Soul Silver||10%||Route 24 (Night)|
|Heart Gold/Soul Silver||15%||Route 24 (Morning & Day)|
|Heart Gold/Soul Silver||35%||Route 44|
|Heart Gold/Soul Silver||Unknown%||Safari Zone: Swamp (Place 8 Forest Blocks, No Wait)|
|Black||None||PokéTransfer, Dream World or Trade|
|Black 2/White 2||None||Evolve Bellsprout|
|Black 2/White 2||None||PokéTransfer, Dream World or Trade|
|I||Pokémon Red||It spits out poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of acid.|
|I||Pokémon Blue||It spits out poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of acid.|
|I||Pokémon Yellow||When hungry, it swallows anything that moves. Its hapless prey is melted inside by strong acids.|
|II||Pokémon Gold||Even though it is filled with acid, it does not melt because it also oozes a neutralizing fluid.|
|II||Pokémon Silver||If its prey is bigger than its mouth, it slices up the victim with sharp leaves, then eats every morsel.|
|II||Pokémon Crystal||When its hungry, it swings its razor-sharp leaves, slicing up any unlucky object nearby for food.|
|III||Pokémon Ruby||Weepinbell has a large hook on its rear end. At night, the Pokémon hooks on to a tree branch and goes to sleep. If it moves around in its sleep, it may wake up to find itself on the ground.|
|III||Pokémon Sapphire||Weepinbell has a large hook on its rear end. At night, the Pokémon hooks on to a tree branch and goes to sleep. If it moves around in its sleep, it may wake up to find itself on the ground.|
|III||Pokémon Emerald||At night, a Weepinbell hangs on to a tree branch with its hooked rear and sleeps. If it moves around in its sleep, it may wake up to find itself on the ground.|
|III||Pokémon FireRed||The leafy parts act as cutters for slashing foes. It spits a fluid that dissolves everything.|
|III||Pokémon LeafGreen||It spits out poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of acid.|
|IV||Pokémon Diamond||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|IV||Pokémon Pearl||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|IV||Pokémon Platinum||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|IV||Pokémon HeartGold||Even though it is filled with acid, it does not melt because it also oozes a neutralizing fluid.|
|IV||Pokémon SoulSilver||If its prey is bigger than its mouth, it slices up the victim with sharp leaves, then eats every morsel.|
|V||Pokémon Black||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|V||Pokémon White||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|V||Pokémon Black 2||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|V||Pokémon White 2||A Pokémon that appears to be a plant. It captures unwary prey by dousing them with a toxic powder.|
|VI||Pokémon X||The leafy parts act as cutters for slashing foes. It spits a fluid that dissolves everything.|
|VI||Pokémon Y||It spits out poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of acid.|
|VI||Pokémon Omega Ruby|
|VI||Pokémon Alpha Sapphire|
 Pokéathlon Statistics
 Via Level-Up
 Via TM/HM
 Via Breeding
 Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)
 Generation III Exclusive Moves
 Via Purification (Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness)
 Via Move Tutor (Fire Red/Leaf Green)
 Generation IV Exclusive Moves
 Via TM/HM
 Via Move Tutor (Platinum/Heart Gold/Soul Silver)
 Evolution Line
 Type Matchups
|Type||Attack Advantages||Attack Disadvantages||Defense Advantages||Defense Disadvantages|