Frenzy Plant (move)
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Revision as of 09:10, 12 July 2012 by Toon Ganondorf (Chikorita could use it in Gen 3. Granted, it was only in XD, but still counts.)
| Frenzy Plant|
ハードプラント Hard Plant
As of Generation III, Frenzy Plant is the most powerful Grass-type move. It inflicts damage and then forces the user to recharge during the next turn. Unless this attack misses, the user will always have to recharge.
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Reason: Colo and XD description.
By Move Tutor
- In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, an elderly woman on Cape Brink will teach Frenzy Plant to Venusaur only.
- In Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, an elderly man appears on Route 228 in the Battle Zone, and will teach the move to all four fully evolved Grass-type starters.
- In HeartGold and SoulSilver, the Move Tutor for Frenzy Plant can be found in the Move Deleter/Move relearner's house in Blackthorn City.
- In Black and White, the Move Tutor that can teach Frenzy Plant appears in a house on Route 13, and will teach it to all five fully evolved Grass-type starters.
|Bold indicates a Pokémon gains STAB from this move.|
Italics indicates a Pokémon whose evolution or alternate form receives STAB from this move.
In the anime
|Giant roots come out of the ground due to the user's stomp.|
|User||First Used In||Notes|
|Venusaur||Venusaur's body becomes outlined light green and it stomps on the ground. Giant roots with spikes on them come out of the ground and strike the opponent.|
|Jeremy's Venusaur||Weekend Warrior||Debut|
|A Coordinator's Venusaur||May, We Harley Drew'd Ya!||None|
|Torterra||Torterra's body becomes outlined in green and it slams its front two legs into the ground. Giant roots with spikes on them come out of the ground and strike the opponent.|
|Paul's Torterra||Top-Down Training!||None|
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
|Venusaur||Meganium and Sceptile|
|The user releases two powerful roots from its body at the opponent.|
|User||First Chapter Used In||Notes|
|Venusaur||Venusaur's body becomes surrounded in an aura and it releases two energy beams from the sides of the flower on its back at the opponent. The beams twist around each other as they fire at the opponent. Eventually, the energy around the beams fade into two giant roots with large thorns on them, or two powerful and large vines come out of underneath the leaves on Venusaur's back and hit the opponent.|
|Red's Saur||Legend - Grass and Fire||Debut|
|Sceptile||Sceptile turns around and releases one beam of energy from each seed on its back at the opponent.|
|Emerald's Sceptile||The Final Battle VIII||None|
|Meganium||Meganium releases two beams of energy from in between the flower on its neck and its skin at the opponent.|
|Crys's Megaree||The Final Battle VIII||None|
In other generations
|Generation III||Generation IV|
- Smeargle is the only Pokémon that is not a Grass-type starter Pokémon able to learn Frenzy Plant, due to Sketch.
- Mew, though repeatedly said on the Pokédex to be able to learn any move, is not able to learn Frenzy Plant because it can only be taught to Grass-type starter Pokémon.
- In Pokémon Colosseum, this attack was erroneously named Solid Plant.
In other languages
|Variations of the move Hyper Beam|
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