Brock's Blissey

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Brock's Blissey
タケシのハピナス Takeshi's Happinas
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Brock's Blissey
Egg obtained in All Dressed Up With Somewhere To Go!
Egg obtained at Around Route 205
Hatches in One Big Happiny Family!
Hatched at Route 206
Evolves in The Brockster Is In!
Prior to The Arceus Chronicles (Part 2)
Gender Female[1]
Ability Unknown
Current location With Brock
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This Pokémon spent 5 episodes in its Egg, 152 episodes as Happiny, and between 3 and 560 episodes as Chansey.
Voice actor Japanese English
As Happiny Miyako Itō Emily Jenness
As Chansey Miyako Itō Emily Jenness
As Blissey Unknown Sarah Natochenny

Brock's Blissey (Japanese: タケシのハピナス Takeshi's Happinas) was the second Pokémon that Brock obtained in the Sinnoh region, and his tenth overall.


Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Happiny without her Oval Stone

In All Dressed Up With Somewhere To Go!, Brock received Happiny's Egg as a prize for winning the Pokémon Dress-Up Contest, which he entered with his Croagunk dressed up as a Politoed. He was overjoyed to take care of the Egg, as shown in the next episode when he rubbed his cheek against it affectionately.

In One Big Happiny Family!, while traveling on Cycling Road, the Egg began to glow. After taking it to a Pokémon Center and receiving assistance from Nurse Joy, the Egg hatched into Happiny. Soon after birth, she began crying for a stone to hold as a fake Egg. Brock found a white stone and polished it into an Oval Stone for her. Team Rocket snatched Happiny away before he could give the stone to her. Eventually, Happiny was returned to Brock and received her "Egg". Immediately after, she returned it to Brock as a sign of friendship. He gave it back to her and then caught her in a Poké Ball.

In Tanks for the Memories!, Happiny learned how to use Secret Power to save Autumn and Ilta from a group of Beedrill. She also used Secret Power later in the episode to put Team Rocket to sleep so that Brock and Autumn could escape.

Brock was going to use Happiny in her first battle against Marilyn's Shellder in Battling a Cute Drama!. However, right before the battle started, Team Rocket interrupted and tried to steal Marilyn's other Pokémon. Before they could succeed, Happiny was able to send them flying with her powerful Pound attack.

Happiny caring for a sick Pokémon

In Where No Togepi Has Gone Before!, Happiny came out to battle against a mischievous Togepi, as she was immune to her Attract due to both of them being female. Using Pound, she snapped the others out of their infatuation and kept the Togepi busy until she got tired and left.

In Dealing With a Fierce Double Ditto Drama!, Happiny was used in her first battle by Brock, where she participated in a training round against Narissa's Ditto One and Ditto Two. Both Ditto Transformed into Happiny and used Pound, pushing Happiny back. She retaliated with a Pound of her own, which sent the Transform Pokémon flying into the nearby forest. The battle was called off.

In The Brockster Is In!, a group of Tentacruel attacked the boat that Ash and his friends were taking back to Twinleaf Town. Their Poison Sting attack caused many of the baby Pokémon onboard to become poisoned. Despite all that Brock and the others were doing to help, the Pokémon were not getting any better. After seeing this, Happiny evolved into Chansey to help the baby Pokémon. She was able to heal Pichu and the other baby Pokémon of the poison with her newly learned Soft-Boiled.

Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Chansey reappeared in The Arceus Chronicles (Part 2), where she was revealed to have evolved into Blissey. Alongside Croagunk, she assists Brock in his duties as a Doctor.

In The Arceus Chronicles (Part 3), Blissey teamed up with Steelix and Croagunk to fight against the Team Galactic Commanders, delivering heavy blows on Mars's Purugly. When Brock headed off to rejoin Ash and the rest of the group, he left Blissey and Croagunk to fight the Commanders alongside Cynthia.

In Partners in Time!, Blissey watched Ash's Masters Eight Tournament match against Leon.

Personality and characteristics

Happiny using her strength

Like most baby Pokémon, Happiny became very attached to her Trainer very quickly. She would become upset whenever she was taken out of Brock's care and refused to cooperate with Team Rocket completely. Unlike Bonsly, however, she did not cry or fuss; she actually fought back against Team Rocket's Pokémon after Brock had been hurt.

Happiny has a cheerful personality and is playful and energetic. Rather than walking, she was usually held in Brock's arms, much like Misty did with her Togepi. She was occasionally seen sleeping or playing with Sudowoodo. Sometimes, she was seen riding on Pikachu's back, as seen in A Maze-ing Race! and A Lean Mean Team Rocket Machine!.

Blissey and Brock

Happiny had extraordinary strength for a baby Pokémon. Examples of this appeared in Bibarel Gnaws Best!, where she carried many heavy boulders, and in A Maze-ing Race! and Crossing Paths, where she lifted and threw large boulders. She saved Team Rocket, Dawn, and their Pokémon from falling in Journey to the Unown!, and saved Brock and Autumn from falling off a bridge by hurling them high through the air to the other side of it in Tanks for the Memories!. She was also seen walking in Canalave City while lifting Ash's Grotle—who was tired due to its new large size after evolving—with one arm in Jumping Rocket Ship!. She was also able to stop Dawn's Piloswine from rampaging in A Breed Stampede! with her strength. Later, in Leading a Stray!, when Mamoswine tossed Dawn up into the air, Happiny caught her just in time. It is unknown if she has retained her unusual strength following her evolutions, but she was shown to be a competent conventional battler as a Blissey.

The only times where her strength was not enough were in Leading a Stray!, where she failed to pull off a tight manhole cover, in The Psyduck Stops Here!, where she tried to lift a massive boulder but collapsed under the weight, and in Regaining the Home Advantage!, where she attempted to stop a rampaging Metagross but was flung backward. Any other time, she successfully brought out her special and uncommon power.


As an Egg As a Happiny As a Chansey
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Moves used

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Using Soft-Boiled
as a Chansey
Move First Used In
Secret Power Tanks for the Memories!
Pound Tanks for the Memories!
Soft-Boiled The Brockster Is In!
Dazzling Gleam  The Arceus Chronicles (Part 3)
Mega Punch  The Arceus Chronicles (Part 3)
A shows that the move was used recently, unless all moves fit this case or there are fewer than five known moves.


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Artwork from the 2009 McDonald's Pokémon Calendar Official artwork from
Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl


Happiny and Sudowoodo
  • Blissey was first revealed as a Happiny in a Japanese movie poster for The Rise of Darkrai.
  • For DP070, Professor Oak's Big Pokémon Encyclopedia is about Brock's Happiny. He writes this senryū about her: 「ピンプクの おなかのいしは タケシのおてせい」 "The stone in Pinpuku's belly was handmade by Takeshi."
  • Blissey was the first female-only Pokémon to be obtained by a main character.
    • As such, Blissey is also Brock's only confirmed female Pokémon.
  • As a Happiny, she was the first among the main characters' Pokémon to have been given and kept a held item, in this case, an Oval Stone made by Brock.
  • Out of all of Blissey's moves, Pound is the only one that was used in more than one episode.
  • Out of all the Pokémon that were obtained and evolved during Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, Happiny took the longest to evolve, at 152 episodes.
  • In the ending theme Let's Join Hands, she appears as Happiny rather than a Chansey. This also occurs with Steelix appearing as an Onix.
  • Happiny's enormous strength is ironic, considering Happiny is tied with her evolved form for having the lowest base Attack stats of any Pokémon (at 5).
  • Blissey is the only Pokémon Brock used in Sinnoh not to have her Ability confirmed.
  • Blissey is the only Pokémon owned by a main character with three evolutionary stages introduced in different generations. Her Happiny form debuted in Generation IV, her Chansey form debuted in Generation I, and her current Blissey form debuted in Generation II.
  • Blissey, as a Chansey, is the only Pokémon in the anime to have used the move Soft-Boiled.
  • Of all the main characters' Pokémon to evolve offscreen, Blissey is the first to have her evolution revealed in a special episode.
  • Blissey is the last of Brock's Pokémon to evolve.
  • Blissey is the only Pokémon owned by Ash or his friends to have evolved twice from methods that is not solely by level-up.
  • Blissey is the only one of Brock's Pokémon who was shown in his active party during Pokémon Journeys: The Series, but to not appear in the Pokémon: To Be a Pokémon Master miniseries.


  1. Blissey is a female exclusive Pokémon species.

Related articles

For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Happiny, Chansey, and Blissey.

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