Lucy's Seviper

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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 Female*
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 Pike Queen Lucy's main Pokémon in the anime, games and manga.

In the anime

The red rose projectile modeled after her Seviper

Seviper appeared in Queen of the Serpentine!. After Lucy threw a red rose projectile at Team Rocket's balloon, she sent out Seviper to battle them while Jessie sent out a Seviper of her own. True to Barbara's word and confidence, Lucy's Seviper managed to overpower Jessie's Seviper and Jessie's Seviper was sent crashing to Team Rocket. Seviper finished them off by revealing an ability to use Flamethrower, which sent Team Rocket blasting off.

During Ash's match with Lucy in the Battle Pike, Lucy sent out Seviper as her first choice and went up against Ash's Donphan. Although evenly matched at first, Seviper managed to hold its own against Donphan and countered and dodged every move that Donphan made. However, this wasn't enough as thanks to Donphan catapulting itself upwards by hitting a rock after using Rollout, Seviper was defeated and Lucy was left with one Pokémon.

Personality and characteristics

Seviper and Lucy

Lucy appears to trust Seviper the most out of all her Pokémon, as seen when she owned several things in the shape of Seviper such as the Battle Pike and her red rose projectile. This was also shown during battle when Lucy closed her eyes at one point and knew by heart what attacks the opponent was going to throw at it. Barbara even pointed out Seviper's strengths which were shown when it single-handedly took out Team Rocket.

Moves used

Lucy Seviper Bite.png
Using Bite
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:

Pokémon Emerald
Silver Symbol Gold Symbol
Spr 3e 336.png
Type:
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
Spr 3e 336.png
Type:
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

History

Emerald chapter

Seviper first appeared in Swanky Showdown with Swalot, in the opening ceremony of the Battle Frontier. She was then used in an exhibition tag battle with Palace Maven Spenser and his Crobat. She started things off by targeting Electrode since it wasn't a Poison-type, so Seviper teamed up with Crobat to weaken it and as soon as Electrode was on the brink of fainting, Swalot jumped in and put Seviper to sleep. She woke up immediately and dug a hole underground. Lucy revealed this when Swalot went for Hyper Beam. Seviper burrowed back up and single-handedly defeat Electrode and Swalot, declaring Lucy and Spenser as the winners. When Emerald crashed the press conference, Seviper wrapped herself around the young Trainer so that he wouldn't escape.

Activating Shed Skin

In Gotcha Where I Wantcha, Glalie, she was seen with Lucy while Lucy told Greta that she would be the next Frontier Brain Emerald was going to face after Noland's loss. When Emerald was sleeping in mid-air, with Brandon and Tucker tied to the Battle Pike's fangs, Lucy sent out her Seviper to cut them free. As Emerald reached the 139th room and opened the doors to the next room, Seviper appeared along with Lucy's other Pokémon when Lucy took her station. Seviper was the first Pokémon that Lucy sent out in her battle against Emerald when he challenged her at the end of the Battle Pike. She went up against the Blissey Emerald borrowed from Crystal earlier. During their battle, Seviper was hit by Blissey's Seismic Toss but it wasn't long until Seviper used Poison Fang by seeping poison out from her fangs and the poison touched Blissey which badly poisoned her. Lucy then switched out Seviper and Shuckle took her place when Blissey was about to attack even though she was in her poisoned state, which forced Emerald to switch to Starmie.

After Lucy's Shuckle and Milotic were subdued in the same battle, she uses Seviper again where she battled Emerald's Rapidash. During the battle, Rapidash was beat, 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.

Seviper was later seen with Lucy when the Frontier Brains were looming over an unconscious Noland after Guile Hideout knocked him out cold. She was also seen standing next to Lucy when Lucy and the other Frontier Brains stop Emerald when they were questioning Sceptile's whereabouts.

In Skirting Around Surskit I, Lucy uses Seviper against Guile Hideout alongside other Frontier Brains' Pokémon but lost as Guile easily sent them flying with a swing from his sword. During Emerald's battle in the Battle Dome, Seviper helped organize the crowd when they were entering the place. Later, Seviper helped out protecting the people from the rampaging rental Pokémon and dealt with a flood caused by Guile's Kyogre-shaped monster.

Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire chapter

In Omega Alpha Adventure 16, Seviper helped Lucy fight the Admins of Neo Team Magma and Neo Team Aqua when they interfered in the launch of a rocket that was designed to stop the meteoroid from destroying their world.

In Omega Alpha Adventure 21, Seviper assisted in stopping the Grand Meteor Delta.

Personality and characteristics

Seviper is a powerful and versatile Pokémon and is Lucy's first choice for battles. Like her Trainer, Seviper is confident in her strength and battle skill. Seviper is able to defeat many opponents with her poison and is often seen beside Lucy.

Moves used

Lucy Seviper Poison Fang Adventures.png
Using Poison Fang
Lucy Seviper Sludge Bomb Adventures.png
Using Sludge Bomb
Move First Used In
Poison Tail Swanky Showdown with Swalot
Dig Swanky Showdown with Swalot
Poison Fang Just My Luck...Shuckle
Giga Drain Just My Luck...Shuckle
Crunch Just My Luck...Shuckle
Swagger Just My Luck...Shuckle*
Sludge Bomb  Skirting Around 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 and Lucy in Pokémon Battle Frontier

Lucy's Seviper appears in The Predestined Battle!. It was first seen with its Trainer when she went up to Enta and had a conversation with him. Later, it battled with Enta's Milotic first where it managed to daze it with an unidentified attack. Afterwards, it faced off against his 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, Zangoose was able to defeat Lucy's Seviper with Crush Claw.

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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