Wigglytuff can use one of two Abilities: Cute Charm, which has an effect when a Pokémon of the opposite gender uses an attack that requires physical contact, there is a 30% chance of that Pokémon becoming Infatuated with this Pokémon; or Competitive, which increases its Special Attack by two stages whenever an opposing Pokémon lowers one of its Statistics. Its Hidden Ability is Frisk, which reveals the hold item of its opponent at the start of battle, or when entered into battle.
Starting in Generation II, an Igglybuff can evolve into Jigglypuff by forming a strong bond with its Trainer and Leveling Up, known as a Friendship Evolution. Jigglypuff can evolve into Wigglytuff by using a Moon Stone.
Wigglytuff is in the Fairy Egg Group, and its Egg takes approximately 2,560 Steps to hatch. It takes Wigglytuff 800,000 Experience Points to reach Level 100.
Wigglytuff takes on the appearance of a pink balloon-like Pokémon with a light-colored stomach. Its ears are long like a rabbit's, and it has a short pair of arms and legs.
Wigglytuff doesn't have any differences to differentiate between male and female.
In Generations II, III, and IV, the only way to obtain a Wigglytuff is to evolve Jigglypuff.
In the Generation VI and VII titles, the only way to obtain Wigglypuff is to evolve a Jigglypuff.
Wigglytuff appears at Huge Storage 4, Trozei Battle and Mr. Who's Den in Pokémon Trozei!.
Wigglytuff doesn't appear in the first round of Mystery Dungeon games, but does appear at The Nightmare B1-B17 and Marine Resort B1-B9 in Explorers of Time, Explorers of Darkness and Explorers of Sky.
Wigglytuff appears in all three of the most recent Mystery Dungeon games, appearing in each game's respective Unown-and Legendary-themed areas.
Wigglytuff appears within Almia Castle in Pokémon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. This is Wigglytuff's only appearance within the Pokémon Ranger series as of writing.
Trading Card Game
Wigglytuff appears in a total of 11 sets. It is listed as a Common Card in the VS Set (Whitney), and as an Uncommon Card in the Neo Destiny (2; 1 Dark, 1 Light), EX FireRed and Leaf Green and Heart Gold & Soul Silver sets. Wigglytuff is listed as a Rare Card in the Jungle (2), Skyridge, EX Hidden Legends (EX Card), EX Crystal Guardians, Great Encounters, Next Destinies and XY (2) sets.
Another trainer's Wigglytuff would star in a film that was being shot during the episode Lights, Camera, Quacktion!. This Wigglytuff was rather touchy, and anyone that crossed it would eat a Doubleslap attack.
Harley would use a rather mean-looking Wigglytuff during a few Contest battles.
Another trainer used a Wigglytuff in the film Mewtwo Strikes Back, which would get cloned by Mewtwo. This cloned Wigglytuff would make a second appearance in Mewtwo Returns. Wild Wigglytuff appear in the Pikachu Shorts Pikachu's Rescue Adventure and Pikachu's Summer Festival.
Green's Jigglypuff would evolve into a Wigglytuff in Chapter 288 while she was supporting the Hydro Cannon of Green's Blastoise. Retaining the nickname "Jiggly" from when she was a Jigglypuff, she makes subsequent appearances in Chapters 289 and 334.
Wigglytuff is listed in the NU, or Never-Utilized Tier of Competitive Battling, but not for lack of movepool, but due to getting outclassed by other Pokémon that have a similar movepool with better Statistics.
- For learnsets from previous generations, see here
Pre-Evolution Exclusive Moves
Transfer Only Z-Moves
Generation 6 Onward
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