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A Bellsprout named "Scoopy" appeared in ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'' as [[Old Man Shuckle]]'s Pokémon. It was able run very fast and it could lift boulders.
 
A Bellsprout named "Scoopy" appeared in ''[[EP170|A Better Pill to Swallow]]'' as [[Old Man Shuckle]]'s Pokémon. It was able run very fast and it could lift boulders.
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==In the Pokémon Special manga==
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Bellsprout makes a cameo in the [[Red, Green & Blue chapter (Special)|Red, Green & Blue]] chapter in ''[[PS009|...But Fearow Itself!]]'' when [[Red (Special)|Red]] remembers capturing one.
   
 
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=Game data=

Revision as of 18:58, 16 July 2007

000 #{{{prevnum}}}: Machamp
Pokémon
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Bellsprout
マダツボミ Madatsubomi
#069
069Bellsprout.png
Artwork from FR/LG
Type
Grass Poison
Category
Flower Pokémon
Ability
Chlorophyll
Exp. at Lv. 100
1,059,860
Regional Pokédex numbers
Kanto
#069
Johto
#064
Hoenn
#250
Sinnoh
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Regional Browser numbers
Height
2′04″
Imperial
0.7 m
Metric
Weight
8.8 lbs.
Imperial
4.0 kg
Metric
Dex color
Green
Catch rate
255 (33.3%)
Body style
BodyUnknown.png
Footprint
 F069.png 
Gender ratio
Genderless
Breeding
Plant group 1 cycles
(255 minimum steps)
EV yield
HP
0
Atk
0
Def
0
Sp.Atk
0
Sp.Def
0
Speed
0
Base Exp.: 84 Battle Exp.: 841*

Bellsprout (Japanese: マダツボミ Madatsubomi) is a Grass/Poison-type Pokémon.

Biology

Physiology

Gender differences

None.

Special abilities

Behavior

Habitat

Bellsprout live in forests, as well as tropical jungles and swamps where the ground is rich in nutrients.

Diet

Main article: Pokémon food

In the anime

Bellsprout's first major appearance was in The Fourth Round Rumble, as Jeanette Fisher's Pokémon. This Bellsprout was unusually strong and managed to defeat Ash's Bulbasaur and Pikachu, but lost to Ash's Muk.

Another major appearance was in A Bout With Sprout. A kid from Earl's Pokémon Acadamy wanted to have Ash's Pikachu very badly. In his efforts to catch it, he captured a Bellsprout instead. This Bellsprout later saved the day when Team Rocket was causing trouble at the Sprout Tower.

A Bellsprout named "Scoopy" appeared in A Better Pill to Swallow as Old Man Shuckle's Pokémon. It was able run very fast and it could lift boulders.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Special manga

Bellsprout makes a cameo in the Red, Green & Blue chapter in ...But Fearow Itself! when Red remembers capturing one.

Game data

NPC appearances

Pokédex entries

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation I.
Generation I
Red A carnivorous Pokémon that traps and eats bugs. It appears to use its root feet to replenish moisture.
Blue
Yellow Prefers hot and humid places. It ensnares tiny insects with its vines and devours them.
Stadium A kind of bug-eating plant that hunts small insects. It uses its roots as feet for walking.
Generation II
Gold Even though its body is extremely skinny, it is blindingly fast when catching its prey.
Silver It plants its feet deep underground to replenish water. It can't escape its enemy while it's rooted.
Crystal If it notices anything that moves, it immediately flings its vine at the object.
Stadium 2 Even though its body is extremely skinny, it is blindingly fast when catching its prey.
Generation III
Ruby A Bellsprout's thin and flexible body lets it bend and sway to avoid any attack, however strong it may be. From its mouth, it leaks a fluid that melts even iron.
Sapphire A Bellsprout's thin and flexible body lets it bend and sway to avoid any attack, however strong it may be. From its mouth, it leaks a fluid that melts even iron.
Emerald A Bellsprout's thin and flexible body lets it bend and sway to avoid any attack, however strong it may be. From its mouth, it leaks a fluid that melts even iron.
FireRed Its bud looks like a human face. Because of the bud, it is rumored to be a type of legendary mandrake plant.
LeafGreen A carnivorous Pokémon that traps and eats bugs. It appears to use its root feet to replenish moisture.
Generation IV
Diamond It prefers hot and humid environments. It is quick at capturing prey with its vines.
Pearl It prefers hot and humid environments. It is quick at capturing prey with its vines.
Platinum {{{platinumdex}}}
HeartGold {{{heartgolddex}}}
SoulSilver {{{soulsilverdex}}}
Generation V
Black {{{blackdex}}}
White {{{whitedex}}}
Black 2 {{{black2dex}}}
White 2 {{{white2dex}}}
Generation VI
X Unknown
Y Unknown

Game locations

This Pokémon was unavailable prior to Generation I.
Generation I
Red Blue
Common Routes 5, 24, and 25 (Blue only)
Blue (Japan)
None Trade
Yellow
Common Routes 12, 13, 14, 15, 24, and 25
Generation II
Gold Silver
Common Routes 5, 6, 24, 25, 31, and 32, Sprout Tower
Crystal
Common Routes 5, 6, 24, 25, 31, and 32, Sprout Tower
Generation III
Ruby Sapphire
None Trade
Emerald
None Trade
FireRed LeafGreen
Common Routes 5, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 24, and 25, Berry Forest, Bond Bridge, Cape Brink, Water Path (LeafGreen only)
Colosseum
None Trade
XD
None Trade
Generation IV
Diamond Pearl
Common Routes 229 and 230
Platinum
None Trade
HeartGold SoulSilver
None Trade
Pal Park
None
Pokéwalker
None
Generation V
Black White
None Trade
Black 2 White 2
None Trade
Dream World
None
Generation VI
X Y
None Trade


In side games

Game Location
Pokémon Channel Viridian Forest
Pokémon Trozei Huge Storage 1
Endless Level 6
Forever Level 6
Mr. Who's Den
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Wish Cave (1F-3F)
Pokémon Ranger Lyra Forest
Krokka Tunnel

Base stats

Stat Range
At Lv. 50 At Lv. 100
HP: 50
110 - 157 210 - 304
Attack: 75
72 - 139 139 - 273
Defense: 35
36 - 95 67 - 185
Sp.Atk: 70
67 - 134 130 - 262
Sp.Def: 30
31 - 90 58 - 174
Speed: 40
40 - 101 76 - 196
Total: 300   Other Pokémon with this total  
  • Minimum stats are calculated with 0 EVs, IVs of 0, and a hindering nature, if applicable.
  • Maximum stats are calculated with 252 EVs, IVs of 31, and a helpful nature, if applicable.
  • This Pokémon's  Special  base stat in Generation I was 70.


Type effectiveness

Under normal battle conditions in Generation V, this Pokémon is:
Damaged
normally by:
Normal
Fighting ½×
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water ½×
Grass ¼×
Electric ½×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
None
Weak to:
Normal
Fighting ½×
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water ½×
Grass ¼×
Electric ½×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
None
Immune to:
Normal
Fighting ½×
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water ½×
Grass ¼×
Electric ½×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
None
Resistant to:
Normal
Fighting ½×
Flying
Poison
Ground
Rock
Bug
Ghost
Steel
Fire
Water ½×
Grass ¼×
Electric ½×
Psychic
Ice
Dragon
Dark
None

In Generation I, the effectiveness of Bug-type moves is 400.

Learnset

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By leveling up

Game Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV
Start Vine Whip
Growth
Vine Whip Vine Whip Vine Whip
6   Growth Growth  
7       Growth
11   Wrap Wrap Wrap
13 Wrap     Sleep Powder
15 Poisonpowder Sleep Powder Sleep Powder Poisonpowder
17   Poisonpowder Poisonpowder Stun Spore
18 Sleep Powder      
19   Stun Spore Stun Spore  
21 Stun Spore      
23   Acid Acid Acid
26 Acid      
27       Knock Off
29       Sweet Scent
30   Sweet Scent Sweet Scent  
33 Razor Leaf      
36       Gastro Acid
37   Razor Leaf Razor Leaf  
39       Razor Leaf
41       Slam
42 Slam      
45   Slam Slam  
47       Wring Out

By TM/HM

Game Generation I Generation II Generation III Generation IV
TM03 Swords Dance Curse    
TM06 Toxic Toxic Toxic Toxic
TM09 Take Down   Bullet Seed Bullet Seed
TM10 Double-Edge Hidden Power Hidden Power Hidden Power
TM11   Sunny Day Sunny Day Sunny Day
TM12   Sweet Scent    
TM13   Snore    
TM17   Protect Protect Protect
TM19   Giga Drain Giga Drain Giga Drain
TM20 Rage Endure    
TM21 Mega Drain Frustration Frustration Frustration
TM22 Solarbeam Solarbeam Solarbeam Solarbeam
TM27   Return Return Return
TM31 Mimic      
TM32 Double Team Double Team Double Team Double Team
TM33 Reflect      
TM34 Bide Swagger    
TM35   Sleep Talk    
TM36   Sludge Bomb Sludge Bomb Sludge Bomb
TM42     Facade Facade
TM43     Secret Power Secret Power
TM44 Rest Rest Rest Rest
TM45   Attract Attract Attract
TM46     Thief Thief
TM50 Substitute      
TM53       Energy Ball
TM58       Endure
TM70       Flash
TM75       Swords Dance
TM78       Captivate
TM82       Sleep Talk
TM83       Natural Gift
TM86       Grass Knot
TM87       Swagger
TM90       Substitute
HM01 Cut Cut Cut Cut
HM05   Flash Flash  

By breeding

Side game data

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Evolution

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Trivia

Origin

Bellsprout and its evolutions may be based upon carnivorous pitcher plants.

Name origin

Bellsprout's name seems to be be a combination of bell, referring to its bell-like head, and sprout, referring to it being relatively young in its evolutionary line. Madatsubomi can be taken to mean まだ蕾, still (a) flower bud.

In other languages

  • German: Knofensa
  • French: Chetiflor - Chétif means puny, and flor comes from floral, which has the same meaning as in English.
  • Korean: 우츠동 Ucheudong

External links

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