Weepinbell

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Weepinbell
ウツドン
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Bellsprout < Weepinbell > Victreebel

Species Type
Flycatcher Pokémon Grass.pngPoison.png
Number Ability
#70 Chlorophyll
Gluttony
Height Weight
3′3″ (1m) 14.1 lbs. (6.4kg)
Gender Ratio
Male: 50% Female: 50%
Evolves From Evolves Into
Bellsprout Victreebel
Egg Group Catch Rate
Grass 120
Tier EV Yield
NFE 2 Attack Points

Weepinbell (ウツドン) is the 70th Pokémon in the Pokédex. It is a Grass/Poison-Type, and is known as the Flycatcher Pokémon.

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.

Bellsprout can evolve into Weepinbell at Level 21, and can evolve into a Victreebel by using a Leaf Stone.

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.

Contents

[edit] Biology

[edit] Physiology

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.

[edit] Gender Differences

Weepinbell doesn't have any visible differences to differentiate between male and female.

[edit] Game Information

[edit] Original Games

Weepinbell can be found at Routes 12-15 in Blue and Yellow. Weepinbell can also be found in Cerulean Cave in Yellow. Weepinbell can be found on Routes 5, 6, 24 and 25 in Gold, Silver and Crystal.

Weepinbell is exclusive to Leaf Green in the Generation III remakes, appearing at Routes 12-15, along with Berry Forest, Bond Bridge, Cape Brink and Water Path.

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.

The only way to obtain a Weepinbell in Pokémon White is to evolve a Bellsprout; the only way to obtain a Weepinbell in Red, Fire Red, Black, Black 2 and White 2 is to trade for one.

[edit] Spin-Off Games

Weepinbell is a Shadow Pokémon in Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness, obtainable by Snagging it from Cipher Peon Agnic at Cipher Key Lair.

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.

[edit] 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.

[edit] Anime/Manga Information

[edit] Anime

James would mention his Weepinbell in The Breeding Center Secret, and it would make an appearance in Here's Lookin' at You, Elekid!.

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.

Erika would use her Weepinbell in Ash's Gym Battle at the Celadon City Gym in Pokémon Scent-sation. It would be defeated by Charmander.

[edit] Movies

Wild Weepinbell make an appearance in The Power of One and the Pikachu Shorts "Pikachu's Vacation" and "Pikachu's Rescue Adventure."

[edit] Manga

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.

[edit] Pokémon Information

[edit] Competitive Battling

Weepinbell is in the Not Fully Evolved Tier of Competitive Battling as it hasn't reached its final evolution.

[edit] Area Locations

Game Rarity Location
Red None Trade
Blue/Yellow Rare Routes 12-15
Yellow Rare Cerulean Cave
Gold/Silver/Crystal Rare Routes 5, 6, 24 and 25
Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald None Trade
Fire Red None Trade
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
Diamond/Pearl 10% Route 229
Diamond/Pearl 20% Route 230
Diamond/Pearl/Platinum 5% Route 224
Platinum 5% Route 230
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
White None Evolve Bellsprout
Black 2/White 2 None Evolve Bellsprout
Black 2/White 2 None PokéTransfer, Dream World or Trade

[edit] Pokédex Entries

Pokédex Entries

Gen Game Pokedex Entry
Pokémon Red It spits out poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of acid.
Pokémon Blue It spits out poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and then finishes it with a spray of acid.
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.

[edit] Pokéathlon Statistics

Stat
Speed Full.pngEmpty.png
Power Full.pngFull.pngFull.png
Technique Full.pngFull.png
Stamina Full.pngFull.pngFull.pngFull.png
Jump Full.pngFull.pngFull.png


[edit] Statistics

Base Stats
Min-MinMaxMax+
HP
65
- 240 334 -
Atk
90
166 185 279 306
Def
50
94 105 199 218
Sp. Atk
85
157 175 269 295
Sp. Def
45
85 95 189 207
Spd
55
103 115 209 229

[edit] Moves

[edit] Via Level-Up

Level Move Type Power Acc% Class
Start Vine Whip Grass.png 35 100 Physical
Start
7
Growth Normal.png N/A N/A Status
Start
11
Wrap Normal.png 15 90 Physical
13 Sleep Powder Grass.png N/A 75 Status
15 Poisonpowder Poison.png N/A 75 Status
17 Stun Spore Grass.png N/A 75 Status
23 Acid Poison.png 40 100 Special
27 Knock Off Dark.png 20 100 Physical
29 Sweet Scent Normal.png N/A 100 Status
35 Gastro Acid Poison.png N/A 100 Status
39 Razor Leaf Grass.png 55 95 Physical
41 Slam Normal.png 80 75 Physical
47 Wring Out Normal.png ?? 100 Special

[edit] Via TM/HM

TM/HM No. Move Type Power Acc% Class
TM06 Toxic Poison.png -- 90 Status
TM09 Venoshock Poison.png 65 100 Special
TM10 Hidden Power Normal.png 60 100 Special
TM11 Sunny Day Fire.png -- -- Status
TM17 Protect Normal.png -- -- Status
TM21 Frustration Normal.png  ?? 100 Physical
TM22 Solarbeam Grass.png 120 100 Special
TM27 Return Normal.png  ?? 100 Physical
TM32 Double Team Normal.png -- -- Status
TM33 Reflect Psychic.png -- -- Status
TM36 Sludge Bomb Poison.png 90 100 Special
TM42 Facade Normal.png 70 100 Physical
TM44 Rest Psychic.png -- -- Status
TM45 Attract Normal.png -- 100 Status
TM46 Thief Dark.png 40 100 Physical
TM48 Round Normal.png 60 100 Special
TM53 Energy Ball Grass.png 90 100 Special
TM70 Flash Normal.png -- 100 Status
TM75 Swords Dance Normal.png -- -- Status
TM86 Grass Knot Grass.png  ?? 100 Special
TM87 Swagger Normal.png -- 90 Status
TM90 Substitute Normal.png -- -- Status
HM01 Cut Normal.png 50 95 Physical


[edit] Via Breeding

Move Type Power Acc% Class
Encore Normal.png -- 100% Status
Synthesis Grass.png -- --% Status
Leech Life Bug.png 20 100% Physical
Ingrain Normal.png -- --% Status
Magical Leaf Grass.png 60 ??% Status
Worry Seed Grass.png -- --% Status
Tickle Normal.png -- 100% Status
Weather Ball Normal.png 50 100% Status
Bullet Seed Grass.png 25 100% Physical
Natural Gift Normal.png  ?? 100% Physical
Giga Drain Grass.png 75 100% Special
Clear Smog Poison.png 50 --% Special
Power Whip Grass.png 120 85% Physical


[edit] Via Move Tutor (Black 2/White 2)

Move Type Power Acc% Class
Bind Normal.png 15 85% Physical
Gastro Acid Poison.png -- 100% Status
Giga Drain Grass.png 75 100% Special
Knock Off Dark.png 20 100% Physical
Seed Bomb Grass.png 80 100% Physical
Sleep Talk Normal.png -- --% Status
Snore Normal.png 40 100% Special
Synthesis Grass.png -- --% Status
Worry Seed Grass.png -- --% Status

[edit] Generation III Exclusive Moves

[edit] Via Purification (Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness)

Move Type Power Acc% Class
Morning Sun Normal.png -- --% Status

[edit] Via Move Tutor (Fire Red/Leaf Green)

Move Type Power Acc% Class
Double-Edge Normal.png 120 100% Physical
Mimic Normal.png -- --% Status

[edit] Generation IV Exclusive Moves

[edit] Via TM/HM

[edit] Via Move Tutor (Platinum/Heart Gold/Soul Silver)

Move Type Power Acc% Class
Sucker Punch Dark.png 80 100% Physical

[edit] Evolution Line

Evolution Line
Bellsprout Weepinbell Victreebel
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Level 21 -- Use a Leaf Stone

[edit] Type Matchups

Type Attack Advantages Attack Disadvantages Defense Advantages Defense Disadvantages
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