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Lucy's Seviper appears in ''[[CBF5|The Predestined Battle!]]'' where it faced off against {{ma|Enta}}'s {{p|Zangoose}} after both sides were down to one Pokémon. Since both of them are natural enemies to each other, it was hard for Enta to have Zangoose to listen to him. However, Zangoose was finally able to listen to Enta after he jumped in the way of a {{m|Poison Tail}} attack launched by Seviper. With Zangoose and Enta in sync with each other, they were able to defeat Lucy's Seviper.
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Lucy's Seviper appears in ''[[CBF5|The Predestined Battle!]]'' where it faced off against {{OBP|Enta|CBF}}'s {{p|Zangoose}} after both sides were down to one Pokémon. Since both of them are natural enemies to each other, it was hard for Enta to have Zangoose to listen to him. However, Zangoose was finally able to listen to Enta after he jumped in the way of a {{m|Poison Tail}} attack launched by Seviper. With Zangoose and Enta in sync with each other, they were able to defeat Lucy's Seviper.
   
 
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Revision as of 09:02, 23 February 2013

Lucy's Seviper
アザミのハブネーク Azami's Habunake
Poké Ball
Lucy Seviper.png
Lucy's Seviper
Debuts in Queen of the Serpentine!
Caught at Unknown
Gender Unknown*
Ability Shed Skin*
Current location Battle Pike
Seviper
This Pokémon is fully evolved.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Seviper Megumi Hayashibara Bill Rogers

Lucy's Seviper (Japanese: アザミのハブネーク Azami's Habunake) is one of the Pokémon Pike Queen Lucy uses to battle Ash Ketchum in the anime and Emerald in the manga.

In the anime

Seviper was first seen when she clashed with Jessie's Seviper. Lucy's assistant Barbara belittled Jessie by pointing out the superior power of Lucy's Seviper. Her confidence proved true, as a clash of Poison Tails saw Lucy's Seviper overpower Jessie's. It then revealed an ability to use Flamethrower, sending Team Rocket blasting off.

When Ash challenged her, Lucy chose to use Seviper against Ash's Donphan. Seviper blocked Donphan's Take Down with Poison Tail. Donphan used a Defense Curl/Rollout combination to protect itself from Bite and knock Seviper back. Seviper knocked Donphan back with Poison Tail, but Donphan recovered and turned the momentum into a powerful Take Down, but Seviper lashed out with a perfectly timed Flamethrower, knocking Donphan back again. Seviper then blinded Donphan with a wall of smoke created by a Poison Tail into the water, then consumed the rolling Donphan in fire. Donphan pushed through the flames and, despite a last minute aerial dodge from Seviper, knocked it out with Rollout.

Moves used

Lucy Seviper Flamethrower.png
Using Flamethrower
Move First Used In
Poison Tail Queen of the Serpentine!
Flamethrower Queen of the Serpentine!
Bite Queen of the Serpentine!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the games

Seviper is found in Pokémon Emerald when challenged for both the Silver and Gold Symbol:

Silver Symbol

Spr 3e 336.png
Types:
Poison Unknown
Ability:
Shed Skin
Held item:
Bag Quick Claw Sprite.png Quick Claw
Seviper Lv.50, 60-100
Swagger
Normal
Crunch
Dark
Poison Fang
Poison
Giga Drain
Grass

Gold Symbol

Spr 3e 336.png
Types:
Poison Unknown
Ability:
Shed Skin
Held item:
Bag Focus Band Sprite.png Focus Band
Seviper Lv.50, 60-100
Swagger
Normal
Crunch
Dark
Sludge Bomb
Poison
Giga Drain
Grass

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Seviper in Pokémon Adventures

Lucy's Seviper is the most powerful Pokémon owned by Lucy in the Pokémon Adventures manga, which she first used in an exhibition tag battle with Palace Maven Spenser and his Crobat. Lucy later uses her in her battle against Emerald when he challenged her at the end of the Battle Pike. During their battle, Seviper was able to poison the Blissey Emerald borrowed from Crystal using its Poison Fang, which forces him to switch to Starmie.

After losing her Shuckle and Milotic in the same battle, she uses Seviper again and defeats Emerald's Rapidash, leaving them both with one Pokémon. Blissey was able to withstand much abuse with its inherently high defense, but eventually lost ground and was beaten. As the other Brains were about to rejoice on Lucy's victory, Rapidash awoke and promptly defeated Seviper with its Overheat attack.

Later, Lucy uses Seviper against Guile Hideout alongside other Frontier Brains' Pokémon but lost.

Moves used

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Using Wrap
Move First Used In
Poison Tail VS. Swalot
Wrap VS. Illumise
Poison Fang VS. Shuckle
Giga Drain VS. Shuckle
Crunch VS. Shuckle
Swagger VS. Shuckle*
Sludge Bomb  VS. Surskit I
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

In the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga

Seviper in the Pokémon Battle Frontier manga.

Lucy's Seviper appears in The Predestined Battle! where it faced off against Enta's Zangoose after both sides were down to one Pokémon. Since both of them are natural enemies to each other, it was hard for Enta to have Zangoose to listen to him. However, Zangoose was finally able to listen to Enta after he jumped in the way of a Poison Tail attack launched by Seviper. With Zangoose and Enta in sync with each other, they were able to defeat Lucy's Seviper.

Moves used

Lucy Seviper Poison Tail CBF.png
Using Poison Tail
Move First Used In
Poison Tail The Predestined Battle!
Poison Fang The Predestined Battle!
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Seviper.

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