Wigglytuff (Explorers of Time, Darkness, and Sky)

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プクリン Pukurin
Wigglytuff and Chatot.png
Wigglytuff and Chatot
Debuts in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Darkness
Evolves in Prior to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Darkness
Prior to Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Darkness
Gender Male
Ability Cute Charm
Current location At Wigglytuff Guild
Igglybuff Jigglypuff Wigglytuff
This Pokémon spent One episodes as Igglybuff and unknown number of episodes as Jigglypuff.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Igglybuff Not heard
As Jigglypuff Not heard
As Wigglytuff Yū Kobayashi Sarah Natochenny

Wigglytuff is a non-player character in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Explorers of Darkness and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky. He is the Guildmaster of the Wigglytuff Guild and also a former member of the legendary Master Rank rescue team Team Charm. His assistant is Chatot.


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Wigglytuff was considered a prodigy in exploring (by an Armaldo whom Igglybuff called "master" repeatedly even when Armaldo told him to stop) even at a young age when he was an Igglybuff. Much like his older self, he was very carefree and naive to the point of befriending the local bullies Skorupi and Banette.

One day when the bullies challenged him and his friends Smoochum, Wooper, and Budew in exploring Murky Forest, he was the only one who didn't back away. The three explored Murky Forest until they came across a cave that the locals believed was inhabited by a monster. As the "monster" approached, only Igglybuff stood his ground, and he even tried befriending the monster, which turned out to be an Armaldo. Armaldo at first was suspicious and somewhat annoyed with Igglybuff's antics, but later he revealed himself to be an explorer, which piqued Igglybuff's interest. Armaldo then showed him a treasure map which he was unable to decipher. When Igglybuff got a hold of the map, he ignited it on a nearby campfire, much to Armaldo's shock. However, Igglybuff revealed that he did so because he noticed that there were two layers in the map and the only way to make the map readable was by burning it. The map revealed that the treasure was located in Eastern Cave; Igglybuff became excited and was eager to join Armaldo in obtaining the treasure. Armaldo was reluctant at first, not wanting to leave his home, but eventually gave in.

The next day, Igglybuff visited Armaldo again and the two of them paired up to venture to Eastern Cave. As they reached the end of the cave, they came across a treasure chest that contained a Defend Globe, said to boost the Bug type. Igglybuff was excited at their first success and began to call Armaldo his master.

The two then went on many adventures; on one of their adventures, however, both of them were spotted by a Nidoking. Back in town, Igglybuff's friends noted on his disappearances and told his parents. The bullies claimed that he'd been disappearing into Murky Forest a lot lately much to the shock of everyone around him.

Eventually, Igglybuff and Armaldo came across and explored Fortune Ravine. However, Igglybuff's friends and family, along with the aforementioned Nidoking and Officer Magnezone, apprehended the two. Armaldo was revealed to be an B-Rank Outlaw, and gave into the arrest. Igglybuff, however, refused to believe that Armaldo was a criminal, and almost burst into a rage if not for Armaldo calming him down. Armaldo thanked Igglybuff for the happy times and believed that he would become a great explorer. As a parting gift, Armaldo gave him the Defend Globe from their first exploration, which Igglybuff, now a Wigglytuff, carries and treasures to this day.


Wigglytuff acts very easygoing and somewhat naive, occasionally shown sleeping during morning briefings and referring to everyone he meets as "friends", which leads those such as Team Skull to underestimate him. He is known, however, for his explosive temper. Despite his childish behavior, Wigglytuff is an accomplished explorer and helps the team discover the mystery behind the Relic Fragment and the Hidden Land. He is also extremely powerful, proving able to withstand Team Skull's "Noxious Gas Combo", which has easily knocked out the player's team several times, as well as defeat Team Skull singlehandedly. Wigglytuff also became serious when the Guild was asked to help capture Grovyle and also vowed to protect the secret of Fogbound Lake at the request of Uxie.

After the credits roll, he appears under the guise of "the grand master of all things bad", a "foe" with his "minions" (the rest of the Guild members) that the player must overcome in order to claim the treasure from Luminous Spring and graduate from the Guild.

Wigglytuff has an obsession with Perfect Apples, and is known for crying out loud if he does not get one every day, as feared by the other Guild members, particularly Chatot. This obsession is taken further with a Perfect Apple being placed as a "treasure" for the player's graduation exam. Wigglytuff is also good friends with Chatot, having explored many places such as Brine Cave together.

Moves used

Normal Unknown
Cute Charm
Held item:
Wigglytuff Lv.50
Normal Status
Normal Status
Normal Physical
Defense Curl
Normal Status

Igglybuff the Prodigy

Normal Unknown
Cute Charm
Held item:
Igglybuff Lv.17+
Normal Status
Normal Physical
Sweet Kiss
Normal Status
Normal Status

In the anime

Wigglytuff and Chatot

Wigglytuff appeared in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time and Darkness as the Guildmaster of Wigglytuff Guild.

He assigned Team Poképals to get a Gabite scale for Shinx's sick sister.

He appeared again in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Sky - Beyond Time & Darkness with the other guild members.

Moves used

Wigglytuff Hyper Voice.png
Using Hyper Voice
Move First Used In
Hyper Voice Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time & Darkness
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.

Voice actors

Language Voice actor
Japanese 小林ゆう Yū Kobayashi
English Sarah Natochenny
European Spanish Chelo Molina


  • Despite his temper, and his feared power, the only damaging move he knows when battling against the player is DoubleSlap.
    • However, this may have been due to the fact that Wigglytuff did not want to hurt the player or their partner.

Related articles

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