Eager for Weepinbell Evolution? Well, have detailed information about it first. Weepinbell is a dual-type Pokémon; it is both grass type and poison type Pokémon. This Pokémon is also known as flycatcher Pokémon. This Pokémon is a result of evolution from Bellsprout, which is a flower Pokémon. It is a yellow color Pokémon with three dots of yellowish-green color right above its eyes. This Pokémon has a bell-like appearance. It has a pair of small black eyes and a small brown stem in the shape of the hook on the top of its head at the rear end. With the help of this small stem, the Pokemon hangs itself at some branch of a tree to sleep and rest, in case it moves a bit or shakes itself then a Weepinbell will find itself at the bottom of the tree when it wakes up.
A Weepinbell has two leaves on either side of its bell-shaped body that are razor sharp. It has a sizeable mouth with pink lips to devour its enemy when it is hungry. Also, it has the capability to use its disguise to show itself as a normal plant in a forest or jungle and spits poison powder on its opponent to immobilize them before it showers its enemy with acid and finishes them. In spite of having such strong acid inside its body which can dissolve anything, a Weepinbell doesn’t dissolve its own body, as it can exude a neutralizing fluid inside its body. The Pokemon is introduced in generation 1.
- National Pokedox No.: 070
- Japanese Name: Utsudon
- Height and weight: 1.0m (3’03”) and 6.4kg (14.1 lbs)
- Gluttony (Hidden Ability)
- Local No.:
- 070 (Red/ Blue/ Yellow)
- 065 (Gold/ Silver/ Crystal)
- 070 (Fire Red/ Leaf Green)
- 065 (Heart Gold/ Soul Silver)
- 027 (X/ Y – Mountain Kalos)
- 070 (Let’s Go Pikachu/ Let’s Go Eevee)
- Catch Rate: 120 (15.7% with Poke Ball)
- Base Friendship: 70
- Base Experience: 137
- Growth Rate: Medium Slow
- Egg Group: Grass
- Gender: 50% male, 50% female
- Egg Cycles: 5140 to 4884 steps
- HP: 65.
- Attack: 90.
- Defense: 50.
- Special Attack: 85.
- Special Defence: 45.
- Speed: 55
- Total: 390
Moves Learned by Weepinbell
Moves Learned by Leveling Up
Moves learned by TM
How to Find a Weepinbell?
|Yellow||Route 12,13,14,15, Cerulean Cave|
|Gold/ Silver||Route 24,25,44|
|Ruby/ Sapphire/ FireRed||Trade|
|LeafGreen||Route 12,13,14,15 Berry Forest, Bond Bridge, Cape Brink, Water Path|
|Diamond/ Pearl||Route 224, 229, 230|
|Platinum||Route 224, 230|
|HeartGold/ SoulSilver||Route 24, 25, 44|
|Black 2/ White 2||Trade|
|X/ Y||Route 14,16,19|
|Omega Ruby/ Alpha Sapphire||Trade|
|Sun/ Moon||Evolve Bellsprout|
|Ultra Sun/ Ultra Moon/ Let’s Go Pikachu||Trade|
|Let’s Go Eevee||Route 12,13,14,15,21|
|Sword/ Shield||Location Not yet available|
How to Evolve?
There is a total of 3 Pokémon in the Bellsprout family. A Weepinbell is obtained as a result of the evolution of a Bellsprout at level 21. A Weepinbell can further evolve itself into Victreebel, a dual-type Pokémon, grass type, and poison type Pokémon like Weepinbell by using a leaf stone on Weepinbell.
How Useful is My Weepinbell?
A Weepinbell is a dual-type, grass type, and poison type Pokémon. It is weak to flying type, fire type, psychic type, and ice type Pokémon. But it has good resistance to fighting type, water type, grass type, electric type, and Fairy-type Pokémon.
It has Chlorophyll, a natural ability which increases Weepinbell’s speed when the sun is out, however, it cannot bear strong sunny days as a result a Weepinbell has advantageous in battle on a sunny day.
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