BEEDRILL POKEMON EVOLUTION LEVEL | PLACES TO LOOK FOR BEEDRILL | ALL DETAILS

ABOUT BEEDRILL

Beedrill ( Japanese- スピアー Spear) is a bug and poison type Pokémon with the appearance of a very large wasp. However, unlike a wasp, Beedrill has only four limbs, with the front-most limbs featuring two large stingers.

A third stinger is located on its tail end. The shiny version of a Beedrill is a light green color with blue eyes instead of red.

They are aggressive Pokémon and collectively attack the people. Beedrill is around 3 feet long and weighs around 65lbs, whereas Mega Beedrill is around 4 feet long and weighs around 85lbs. Its catch rate is 45(11.9%).

It is half male and half female. Beedrill has the ability of swarm and hidden ability of sniper, whereas mega beedrill has the ability of adaptability. Beedrill has a base friendship of 70.  Beedrill’s national Pokedex no. is 15 and local number(s) are:

015 (Red/Blue/Yellow)
029 (Gold/Silver/Crystal)
015 (FireRed/LeafGreen)
029 (HeartGold/SoulSilver)
028 (X/Y — Central Kalos)
015 (Let’s Go Pikachu/Let’s Go Eevee)

Beedrill has a base experience of 159 from Gen. 1-5 and 178 from Gen.5+. Beedrill has a growth rate of medium-fast and belongs to the egg group of bug.  Beedrill takes 15 egg cycles to hatch(3855 – 4111 steps)

STATS

LV.1 LV.100
MIN. MAX.
HP 65 240 334
ATTACK 90 166 306
DEFENCE 40 76 196
SPECIAL ATTACK 45 85 207
SPECIAL DEFENCE 80 148 284
SPEED 75 139 273

MOVES LEARNED BY BEEDRILL

  • MOVES LEARNED BY LEVELING UP

LEVEL

NAME TYPE CATEGORY POWER ACCURACY

1

PECK Flying Physical 35

100

1

TWINNEEDLE Bug Physical 25 100
13 Rage Norman Physical 10

100

16

Fury attack Normal Physical 15 85

19

Focus energy Normal Status

22

Poison jab Poison Physical 80

100

25

Agility Psychic Status

28

Pin missile Bug Physical 25

95

31 outrage Dragon Physical 120

100

  • MOVES LEARNED BY TECHNICAL MACHINES

LEVEL

NAME TYPE CATEGORY POWER ACCURACY
1 HEADBUTT NORMAL PHYSICAL 70

100

5

REST PSYCHIC STATUS
7 PROTECT NORMAL STATUS

8

SUBSTITUTE NORMAL STATUS
9 REFLECT PSYCHIC STATUS

12

FAÇADE NORMAL PHYSICAL 70 100
13 BRICK BREAK FIGHTING PHYSICAL 75

100

18

U-TURN BUG PHYSICAL 70 100
24 X-SCISSOR BUG PHYSICAL 80

100

26

POISON JAB POISON PHYSICAL 80 100
27 TOXIC POISON STATUS

90

39

OUTRAGE DRAGON PHYSICAL 120 100
45 SOLAR BEAM GRASS SPECIAL 120

100

48

HYPER BEAM NORMAL SPECIAL 150 90
50 ROOST FLYING STATUS

52

SLUDGE BOMB POISON SPECIAL 90 100
53 MEGA DRAIN GRASS SPECIAL 40

100

58

DRILL RUN GROUND PHYSICAL 80

95

Beedrill APPEARANCE

Beedrill mostly resembles a bipedal, yellow wasp; however, it only has four legs rather than six and lacks pigment pits. Beedrill’s head is round with a rather pointed mouth, large, red eyes, and black antennae with a pointy bend within the middle.

Its forelegs are tipped with long, conical stingers. It stands on its other two legs, which are long, segmented, and insectoid in shape. Beedrill has two pairs of rounded, veined wings, and another stinger on its yellow-and-black striped abdomen.

Beedrill BEHAVIOR

Beedrill is extremely territorial and will attack anyone who gets too close to their hive.

Beedrill is highly territorial and unlike real bees, Beedrill lives in colonies rather than true “hives”, and they work together to solve basic problems regarding food, territory, and reproduction.

As seen in the anime, Beedrill seems to be especially concerned with the welfare of Weedle and Kakuna and it will respond aggressively to those that disturb them. Disturbing one Beedrill will cause the whole colony to attack.

It flies at high speed and attacks using the large venomous stingers on its forelegs and abdomen.  It will take the victims of its attacks back to its nest for food. Beedrill nests in temperate forests and misty wooded areas.

BEEDRILL POKEMON EVOLUTION LEVEL | PLACES TO LOOK FOR BEEDRILL | ALL DETAILS

MAJOR CHARACTERS WHO HAS BEEDRIL

Casey’s Beedrill

Ash caught a Beedrill in the Bug-Catching Contest in The Bug Stops Here but gave it to Casey because of her affinity for yellow and black Pokémon.

It was one of several Beedrill that appeared in the episode.

Goh’s Beedrill

In Working My Way Back to Mew!, Goh caught a Beedrill. It has since made further appearances in Pokémon Journeys: The Series.

PLACES TO LOOK FOR Beedrill

Red
Blue
Evolve Weedle/Kakuna
Yellow Trade/migrate from another game
Gold National Park
Silver Route 2, 26, 27, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, Azalea Town, Ilex Forest, Lake of Rage, National Park
Crystal Ilex Forest, National Park
Ruby
Sapphire
Trade/migrate from another game
FireRed
LeafGreen
Evolve Weedle/Kakuna
Emerald Trade/migrate from another game
Diamond
Pearl
Platinum
Evolve Weedle/Kakuna
HeartGold National Park
SoulSilver Route 2, 47, Ilex Forest, National Park, Viridian Forest
Black Route 12
White
Black 2
White 2
Trade/migrate from another game
X
Y
Omega Ruby
Alpha Sapphire
Evolve Weedle/Kakuna
Sun
Moon
Trade/migrate from another game
Ultra Sun
Ultra Moon
Route 4
Let’s Go Pikachu Evolve Weedle/Kakuna
Let’s Go Eevee Viridian Forest
Sword
Shield
Location data not yet available

Beedrill evolution level:

BEEDRILL POKEMON EVOLUTION LEVEL | PLACES TO LOOK FOR BEEDRILL | ALL DETAILS

Beedrill to Mega Beedrill

BEEDRILL POKEMON EVOLUTION LEVEL | PLACES TO LOOK FOR BEEDRILL | ALL DETAILS

It evolves from Kakuna starting at level 10. It is the final form of Weedle.

Beedrill can Mega Evolve into Mega Beedrill using the Beedrillite.

Beedrill DAMAGE

Damaged normally by:

  1. Normal
  2. Ground
  3. Ghost
  4. Steel
  5. Water
  6. Electric
  7. Ice
  8. Dragon
  9. Dark

Weak to:

  1. Flying
  2. Rock
  3. Fire
  4. Psychic

Immune to:

  1. None

Resistant to:

  1. Fighting
  2. Poison
  3. Bug
  4. Grass
  5. Fairy

Pokedex

  1. Red and Blue: Flies at high speed and attacks using its large venomous stingers on its forelegs and tail.
  2. Yellow: It has 3 poisonous stingers on its forelegs and its tail. They are used to jab their enemy repeatedly.
  3. Stadium: Flies at high speeds and attacks with three stingers: one on its rear and one on each of its two forelegs. May appear in swarms.
  4. Gold: It can take down any opponent with its powerful poison stingers. It sometimes attacks in swarms.
  5. Silver: It has three poison barbs. The barb on its tail secretes the most powerful poison.
  6. Ruby and Sapphire: Beedrill is extremely territorial. No one should ever approach its nest – this is for their own safety. If angered, they will attack in a furious swarm.
  7. Emerald: A Beedrill is extremely territorial. For safety reasons, no one should ever approach its nest. If angered, they will attack in a swarm.
  8. Fire Red: May appear in a swarm. Flies at violent speeds, all the while stabbing with the toxic stinger on its rear.
  9. Leaf Green: It flies at high speed and attacks using the large venomous stingers on its forelegs and tail.
  10. Diamond, Pearl and Platinum: Its best attack involves flying around at high speed, striking with poison needles, then flying off.
  11. Heart Gold: It can take down any opponent with its powerful poison stingers. It sometimes attacks in swarms.
  12. Soul Silver: It has three poison barbs. The barb on its tail secretes the most powerful poison.
  13. Black and White: Its best attack involves flying around at high speed, striking with poison needles, then flying off.
  14. X: May appear in a swarm. Flies at violent speeds, all the while stabbing with the toxic stinger on its rear.
  15. Y: It has three poisonous stingers on its forelegs and its tail. They are used to jab their enemy repeatedly.
  16. Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire: Beedrill is extremely territorial. No one should ever approach its nest—this is for their own safety. If angered, they will attack in a furious swarm.
  17. Let’s go Pikachu/Eevee: It has three poisonous stingers on its forelegs and its tail. They are used to jab their enemy repeatedly.
  18. Let’s go Pikachu/Eevee (Mega Beedrill): Its legs have become poison stingers. It stabs its prey repeatedly with the stingers on its limbs, dealing the final blow with the stinger on its rear.

HOW TO USE BEEDRILL

Mega Beedrill is best used as an offensive pivot due to its ability to force switches and gain momentum with U-turn throughout the entire match. U-turn should be used frequently early-game in order to sufficiently chip members of the opposing team.

Upon forcing switches, Mega Beedrill can attempt to use either super-effective coverage or Toxic Spikes rather than U-turn, depending on what it believes to be switching in or the team it’s against.

If a Ghost-type check or a Pokemon reliant on its items, like Swampert or Hippowdon, is predicted to come in, Knock Off is ideal to use in order to cripple them. However, Toxic Spikes can also be used as passive foes switch in due to Beedrill’s ability to easily pivot out of play after setting a layer of them.

Due to its frailty, Mega Beedrill should generally refrain from directly switching in, and instead, it is better brought into play with the support of a pivot or after a teammate has fainted.

Entry hazards should also be removed prior to switching Mega Beedrill in, as its Stealth Rock weakness in tandem with its frailty is quite capable of limiting its longevity.

Mega Beedrill should refrain from staying in on priority users like Scizor, Zygarde-10%, and Mega Absol due to its aforementioned frailty.

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