Sableye Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!


Sableye is a dual, Dark/ Ghost-type Pokémon. It is introduced in Generation Three. It is also known as ‘Darkness Pokémon’. If you are here then you must have thought about Sableye Evolution and must be searching for the relevant information including its Moveset, basic stats, Weakness and more. You will find all ahead here.

Sableye is bipedal with a deep/dark purple-coloured body, armed with small and sharped claws, pointed ears and teeth, which it uses to dig through soil. It has pale blue and big gemstones over its eyes, which allow it to see in low light and sparkle in dark. Sableyes’s chest has a red gemstone on it and its back has a blue and green gemstone in addition to the red one. The gem-like eyes and the ornaments on its body are caused by its diet, which includes raw gemstones and rocks. It is said that it had stolen a person’s soul, who had looked into its eyes. The fear is present among people for its acts. Sableye normally lives in caves.

As Mega Sableye, all the energy upon mega evolution is concentrated into the gem on its chest and grows so big that it rips out of its own body, which leaves a small hole. The rest of its energy elongates or increases the size of its ears and it gains a Spike on the top of its head. The colour of teeth turns white to yellow, and the eyes turn to crimson red, with diagonal slits at its inner edges. The back earns more gems: a second green one, a second red one and two more small yellow gems.

About Sableye

  • National No.: 302
  • Japanese Name: Yamirami
  • Type:  DARK    GHOST
  • Height: 0.5 m (1′08″)
  • Weight: 11.0 kg (24.3 lbs)
  • Abilities:
    • Keen Eye
    • Stall
    • Prankster (hidden ability)
  • Local No.:
    • 068 (Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald)
    • 123 (X/Y — Coastal Kalos)
    • 070 (Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire)
    • 102 (Sun/Moon — Alola dex)
    • 124 (U.Sun/U.Moon — Alola dex)
    • 294 (Sword/Shield)
  • Catch Rate: 45 (5.9% with PokéBall, full HP)
  • Base Friendship: 35 (lower than normal)
  • Base Exp.: 133
  • Growth Rate: Medium Slow
  • Egg Groups: Human-Like
  • Gender: 50% male, 50% female
  • Egg Cycles: 25 (6,169–6,425 steps)

Pokémon changes in different generations:

  • In Generation 3, Sableye does not have the Stall ability.
  • In Generations 3-4, Sableye has a base experience yield of 98.


  • HP: 50   
  • Attack: 75   
  • Defence: 75   
  • Speed: 50
  • Special Attack: 65   
  • Special Defense: 65   
  • Total: 380

Sableye Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!Moves learnt by Sableye

What will be the level by level and Technical Machine learning Sableye will have are listed in the Moveset presented ahead, see if you find anything against the weakness of the rivals.

Moves learnt by levelling up

Move Level Type Category Power Accuracy
Leer 1 Normal Status 100
Scratch 1 Normal Physical 40 100
Foresight 4 Normal Status
Night Shade 6 Ghost Special 100
Aatonish 9 Ghost Physical 30 100
Fury Swipes 11 Normal Physical 18 80
Detect  14 Fighting Status
Shadow Sneak 16 Ghost Physical 40 100
Feint Attack 19 Dark Physical 60 Infinite
Fake Out 21 Normal Physical 40 100
Punishment 24 Dark Physical 100
Knock off 26 Dark Physical 65 100
Shadow Claw 29 Ghost Physical 70 100
Confuse Ray 31 Ghost Status 100
Zen Headbutt 34 Psychic Physical 80 90
Power Gem 36 Rock Special 80 100
Shadow Ball 39 Ghost Special 80 100
Foul Play 41 Dark Physical 95 100
Quash 44 Dark Status 100
Mean Look 46 Normal Status

Moves learnt by TM

Sableye is compatible with these technical machines in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Move TM Type Category Power Accuracy
Calm Mind 04 Psychic Status
Toxic 06 Poison Status 90
Hidden power 10 Normal Special 60 100
Sunny Day 11 Fire Status
Taunt 12 Dark Status  100
Protect 17 Normal Status
Rain Dance 18 Water Status
Frustration 21 Normal Physical 100
Return 27 Normal Physical 100
Psychic  29 Psychic Special 90 100
Shadow Ball 30 Ghost Special 80 100
Brick Break 31 Fighting Physical 75 100
Double Team 32 Normal Status
Rock Tomb 39 Rock Physical 60 95
Aerial Ace 40 Flying Physical 60 infinite
Torment 41 Dark Status 100
Facade 42 Normal Physical 70 100
Rest 44 Psychic Status
Attract  45 Normal Status 100
Thief 46  Dark Physical 60 100
Low Sweep 47  Fighting Physical 65 100
Round 48 Normal Special 60 100
Fling 56 Dark Physical 100
Quash 60  Dark Status 100
Will-O-Wisp 61 Fire Status 85
Embargo 63 Dark Status 100
Shadow Claw 65 Ghost Physical 70 100
Payback 66 Dark Physical 50 100
Psych Up 77 Normal Status
Poison Jab 84 Poison Physical 80 100
Dream Eater 85 Psychic Special  100 100
Swagger 87 Normal Status 85
Sleep Talk 88 Normal Status
Substitute 90 Normal Status
Snarl 95 Dark Special 55 95
Dark Pulse 97 Dark Special 80 100
Dazzling Gleam 99 Fairy Special 80 100
Confide 100 Normal Status

Sableye Pokémon | Evolution, Weakness, Moveset, Stats, And More!How to Find Sableye?

Pokémon Locations
Sapphire Cave of Origin, Granite Cave, Sky Pillar, Victory Road
FireRed, LeafGreen Trade/migrate from another game
Emerald Cave of Origin, Granite Cave, Sky Pillar, Victory Road
Diamond, Pearl,  Platinum Iron Island
HeartGold Route 9
SoulSilver Trade/migrate from another game
Black, White Challenger’s Cave
Black 2, White 2 Trade/migrate from another game
X, Y Reflection Cave
Omega Ruby Trade/migrate from another game
Alpha Sapphire Cave of Origin, Granite Cave, Sky Pillar, Victory Road
Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon Ten Carat Hill, Vast Poni Canyon
Let’s Go Pikachu, Let’s Go Eevee Trade/migrate from another game
Sword Location data not yet available
Shield Dusty Bowl

How to Evolve?

Sableye does not evolve into or from any other species of Pokemon as it is not known for Evolution.

Sableye can Mega Evolve into Mega Sableye using Sablenite.

How Much Useful is My Sableye?

Sableye capable of stealing the spirits of the people when their eyes burn with a sinister glow in the darkness. It uses its sharp claws to dig the ground to find rocks for food.

During a fight, Mega Sableye defends itself behind the detached, enlarged jewel gemstone, from where it can take any advantage of any weakness its target leaves exposed. As Sableye turns slowly, it becomes vulnerable for any offences from the back and this is one of the weakness you need to pay attention to. 

Shadow claw and Foul play are the best enrollments in Moveset Sableye of when fighting against Pokemon in gyms.

Well, do you think that the Sableye Evolution can suffice your needs in the game after going through its weakness, Moveset, stats and more? If yes then you should run down to the Pokemon official page!

But if still, you think that you may find some better Moveset, stats and less unhealthy weakness with the help of evolution other than of Sableye, then Herald Journalism has information stocked for that purpose.

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