Poison (type)

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The Poison type (Japanese: どくタイプ Poison type) is one of the eighteen types. Poison-type moves are super effective against Fairy- and Grass-type Pokémon, while Poison-type Pokémon are weak to Ground- and Psychic-type moves.

Battle properties

Note: Type effectiveness multipliers may vary in other games outside the core series.

Generation I

Offensive properties of Poison icon.png Poison-type moves
Super effective (×2) Not very effective (×½) No effect (×0)
Bug icon.pngBugGrass icon.pngGrass Poison icon.pngPoisonGround icon.pngGroundRock icon.pngRockGhost icon.pngGhost None
Defensive properties of Poison icon.png Poison-type Pokémon
Weak to (×2) Resists (×½) Immune to (×0)
Ground icon.pngGroundBug icon.pngBugPsychic icon.pngPsychic Fighting icon.pngFightingPoison icon.pngPoisonGrass icon.pngGrass None

Generations II to V

Offensive properties of Poison icon.png Poison-type moves
Super effective (×2) Not very effective (×½) No effect (×0)
Grass icon.pngGrass Poison icon.pngPoisonGround icon.pngGroundRock icon.pngRockGhost icon.pngGhost Steel icon.pngSteel
Defensive properties of Poison icon.png Poison-type Pokémon
Weak to (×2) Resists (×½) Immune to (×0)
Ground icon.pngGroundPsychic icon.pngPsychic Fighting icon.pngFightingPoison icon.pngPoisonBug icon.pngBugGrass icon.pngGrass None

Generation VI onward

Offensive properties of Poison icon.png Poison-type moves
Super effective (×2) Not very effective (×½) No effect (×0)
Grass icon.pngGrassFairy icon.pngFairy Poison icon.pngPoisonGround icon.pngGroundRock icon.pngRockGhost icon.pngGhost Steel icon.pngSteel
Defensive properties of Poison icon.png Poison-type Pokémon
Weak to (×2) Resists (×½) Immune to (×0)
Ground icon.pngGroundPsychic icon.pngPsychic Fighting icon.pngFightingPoison icon.pngPoisonBug icon.pngBugGrass icon.pngGrassFairy icon.pngFairy None

Additional effects

Poison-type Pokémon cannot become poisoned, except by a Pokémon with the Ability Corrosion, introduced in Generation VII.

From Generation IV onward, grounded Poison-type Pokémon will remove Toxic Spikes from its side when it switches in.

From Generation VI onward, when a Poison-type Pokémon uses the move Toxic, it cannot miss, bypassing accuracy checks and semi-invulnerable turns from moves such as Fly and Dig.

Pokémon

As of Generation IX, there are 87 Poison-type Pokémon or 8.49% of all Pokémon (counting those that are Poison-type in at least one of their forms, including regional forms), causing it to tie with Fire as the 8th most common type after Bug and before Dark and Fighting.

Pure Poison-type Pokémon

# Name
0023 Ekans Ekans
0024 Arbok Arbok
0029 Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀
0030 Nidorina Nidorina
0032 Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂
0033 Nidorino Nidorino
0088 Grimer Grimer
0089 Muk Muk
0109 Koffing Koffing
0110 Weezing Weezing
0316 Gulpin Gulpin
0317 Swalot Swalot
0336 Seviper Seviper
0568 Trubbish Trubbish
0569 Garbodor Garbodor
Garbodor Gigantamax
Garbodor
0803 Poipole Poipole

Half Poison-type Pokémon

Primary Poison-type Pokémon

# Name Type 1 Type 2
0031 Nidoqueen Nidoqueen Poison Ground
0034 Nidoking Nidoking Poison Ground
0041 Zubat Zubat Poison Flying
0042 Golbat Golbat Poison Flying
0080 Slowbro Slowbro
Galarian Form
Poison Psychic
0088 Grimer Grimer
Alolan form
Poison Dark
0089 Muk Muk
Alolan form
Poison Dark
0110 Weezing Weezing
Galarian Form
Poison Fairy
0169 Crobat Crobat Poison Flying
0194 Wooper Wooper
Paldean Form
Poison Ground
0199 Slowking Slowking
Galarian Form
Poison Psychic
0434 Stunky Stunky Poison Dark
0435 Skuntank Skuntank Poison Dark
0451 Skorupi Skorupi Poison Bug
0452 Drapion Drapion Poison Dark
0453 Croagunk Croagunk Poison Fighting
0454 Toxicroak Toxicroak Poison Fighting
0690 Skrelp Skrelp Poison Water
0691 Dragalge Dragalge Poison Dragon
0747 Mareanie Mareanie Poison Water
0748 Toxapex Toxapex Poison Water
0757 Salandit Salandit Poison Fire
0758 Salazzle Salazzle Poison Fire
0804 Naganadel Naganadel Poison Dragon
0890 Eternatus Eternatus Poison Dragon
Eternatus Eternamax
Eternatus
Poison Dragon
0944 Shroodle Shroodle Poison Normal
0945 Grafaiai Grafaiai Poison Normal
0980 Clodsire Clodsire Poison Ground
1014 Okidogi Okidogi Poison Fighting
1015 Munkidori Munkidori Poison Psychic
1016 Fezandipiti Fezandipiti Poison Fairy
1025 Pecharunt Pecharunt Poison Ghost

Secondary Poison-type Pokémon

# Name Type 1 Type 2
0001 Bulbasaur Bulbasaur Grass Poison
0002 Ivysaur Ivysaur Grass Poison
0003 Venusaur Venusaur Grass Poison
Venusaur Mega
Venusaur
Grass Poison
Venusaur Gigantamax
Venusaur
Grass Poison
0013 Weedle Weedle Bug Poison
0014 Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison
0015 Beedrill Beedrill Bug Poison
Beedrill Mega
Beedrill
Bug Poison
0043 Oddish Oddish Grass Poison
0044 Gloom Gloom Grass Poison
0045 Vileplume Vileplume Grass Poison
0048 Venonat Venonat Bug Poison
0049 Venomoth Venomoth Bug Poison
0069 Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison
0070 Weepinbell Weepinbell Grass Poison
0071 Victreebel Victreebel Grass Poison
0072 Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison
0073 Tentacruel Tentacruel Water Poison
0092 Gastly Gastly Ghost Poison
0093 Haunter Haunter Ghost Poison
0094 Gengar Gengar Ghost Poison
Gengar Mega
Gengar
Ghost Poison
Gengar Gigantamax
Gengar
Ghost Poison
0167 Spinarak Spinarak Bug Poison
0168 Ariados Ariados Bug Poison
0211 Qwilfish Qwilfish Water Poison
Qwilfish Qwilfish
Hisuian Form
Dark Poison
0215 Sneasel Sneasel
Hisuian Form
Fighting Poison
0269 Dustox Dustox Bug Poison
0315 Roselia Roselia Grass Poison
0406 Budew Budew Grass Poison
0407 Roserade Roserade Grass Poison
0543 Venipede Venipede Bug Poison
0544 Whirlipede Whirlipede Bug Poison
0545 Scolipede Scolipede Bug Poison
0590 Foongus Foongus Grass Poison
0591 Amoonguss Amoonguss Grass Poison
0793 Nihilego Nihilego Rock Poison
0848 Toxel Toxel Electric Poison
0849 Toxtricity Toxtricity
Amped Form
Electric Poison
Toxtricity Toxtricity
Low Key Form
Electric Poison
Toxtricity Gigantamax
Toxtricity
Electric Poison
0903 Sneasler Sneasler Fighting Poison
0904 Overqwil Overqwil Dark Poison
0965 Varoom Varoom Steel Poison
0966 Revavroom Revavroom Steel Poison
0969 Glimmet Glimmet Rock Poison
0970 Glimmora Glimmora Rock Poison
0994 Iron Moth Iron Moth Fire Poison

Other opponents

Starmobile Navi.png
Navi Starmobile
 Poison 
Toxic Debris
Serious Nature
HP Atk Def SpA SpD Spe
252 60 80 50 70 130

Moves

As of Generation IX, there are 36 Poison-type moves, which makes up 3.85% of all moves (excluding those that are Poison-type only under certain circumstances), making it the 5th rarest type among moves, after Bug, Ghost, and Fairy and before Steel.

Prior to changes in Generation IV, all damaging Poison-type moves were physical, but they may now also be special depending on the attack.

Gen Move Category Contest Power Accuracy PP Target Description
I Acid Special Clever 40 100% 30 (max 48)
     
     
All adjacent foes
Opposing Pokémon are attacked with a spray of harsh acid. This may also lower their Sp. Def stats.
I Acid Armor Status Tough % 20 (max 32)
     
     
Self
The user alters its cellular structure to liquefy itself, sharply boosting its Defense stat.
VII Acid Downpour Physical % 1 (max 1)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user creates a poisonous swamp using its Z-Power and sinks the target into it at full force. The power varies, depending on the original move.
VII Acid Downpour Special % 1 (max 1)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user creates a poisonous swamp using its Z-Power and sinks the target into it at full force. The power varies, depending on the original move.
V Acid Spray Special Beautiful 40 100% 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user attacks by spitting fluid that works to melt the target. This also harshly lowers the target's Sp. Def stat.
VII Baneful Bunker Status % 10 (max 16)
     
     
Self
In addition to protecting the user from attacks, this move also poisons any attacker that makes direct contact.
VIII Barb Barrage Physical 60 100% 15 (max 24)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user launches countless toxic barbs to inflict damage. This may also poison the target. This move’s power is doubled if the target is already poisoned.
VI Belch Special Tough 120 90% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user lets out a damaging belch at the target. The user must eat a held Berry to use this move.
V Clear Smog Special Beautiful 50 % 15 (max 24)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user attacks the target by throwing a clump of special mud. All stat changes are eliminated.
V Coil Status Tough % 20 (max 32)
     
     
Self
The user coils up and concentrates. This boosts its Attack and Defense stats as well as its accuracy.
VIII Corrosive Gas Status 100% 40 (max 64)
     
     
All adjacent Pokémon
The user surrounds everything around it with highly acidic gas and melts away items held by other Pokémon.
IV Cross Poison Physical Cool 70 100% 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
A slashing attack with a poisonous blade that may also poison the target. This move has a heightened chance of landing a critical hit.
VIII Dire Claw Physical 80 100% 15 (max 24)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user lashes out at the target with ruinous claws, aiming to land a critical hit. This may also leave the target poisoned, paralyzed, or asleep.
IV Gastro Acid Status Tough 100% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user hurls up its stomach acids on the target. The fluid eliminates the effect of the target's Ability.
VIII G-Max Malodor Physical % 3 (max 4)
     
     
All adjacent foes
A Poison-type attack that Gigantamax Garbodor use. This move poisons opponents.
VIII G-Max Malodor Special % 3 (max 4)
     
     
All adjacent foes
A Poison-type attack that Gigantamax Garbodor use. This move poisons opponents.
IV Gunk Shot Physical Tough 120 80% 5 (max 8)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user shoots filthy garbage at the target to attack. This may also poison the target.
IX Malignant Chain Special 100 100% 5 (max 8)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user pours toxins into the target by wrapping them in a toxic, corrosive chain. This may also leave the target badly poisoned.
VIII Max Ooze Physical % 3 (max 4)
     
     
All adjacent foes
This is a Poison-type attack Dynamax Pokémon use. This boosts ally Pokémon's Sp. Atk stats.
VIII Max Ooze Special % 3 (max 4)
     
     
All adjacent foes
This is a Poison-type attack Dynamax Pokémon use. This boosts ally Pokémon's Sp. Atk stats.
IX Mortal Spin Physical 30 100% 15 (max 24)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user performs a spin attack that can also eliminate the effects of such moves as Bind, Wrap, and Leech Seed. This also poisons opposing Pokémon.
IX Noxious Torque Physical 100 100% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
This move is only used by a Starmobile. It may poison the opponent.*
III Poison Fang Physical Clever 50 100% 15 (max 24)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user bites the target with toxic fangs. This may also leave the target badly poisoned.
I Poison Gas Status Clever 90% 40 (max 64)
     
     
All adjacent foes
A cloud of poison gas is sprayed in the faces of opposing Pokémon, poisoning those it hits.
IV Poison Jab Physical Tough 80 100% 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The target is stabbed with a tentacle, an arm, or the like steeped in poison. This may also poison the target.
I Poison Powder Status Clever 75% 35 (max 56)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user scatters a cloud of poisonous dust that poisons the target.
I Poison Sting Physical Clever 15 100% 35 (max 56)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user stabs the target with a poisonous stinger to inflict damage. This may also poison the target.
III Poison Tail Physical Clever 50 100% 25 (max 40)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user hits the target with its tail. This move has a heightened chance of landing a critical hit and may also poison the target.
VII Purify Status % 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user cures the target's status condition. If the move succeeds, it also restores the user's own HP.
VIII Shell Side Arm Special 90 100% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
This move is either physical or special—whichever will inflict more damage. This may also poison the target.
I Sludge Special Tough 65 100% 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user hurls unsanitary sludge at the target to inflict damage. This may also poison the target.
II Sludge Bomb Special Tough 90 100% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user hurls unsanitary sludge at the target to inflict damage. This may also poison the target.
V Sludge Wave Special Tough 95 100% 10 (max 16)
     
     
All adjacent Pokémon
The user strikes everything around it by swamping the area with a giant sludge wave. This may also poison those it hits.
I Smog Special Tough 30 70% 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The target is attacked with a discharge of filthy gases. This may also poison the target.
I Toxic Status Clever 90% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
A move that leaves the target badly poisoned. Its poison damage worsens every turn.
IV Toxic Spikes Status Clever % 20 (max 32)
     
     
All foes
The user lays a trap of poison spikes at the feet of the opposing team. The spikes will poison opposing Pokémon that switch into battle.
VII Toxic Thread Status 100% 20 (max 32)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user shoots poisonous threads to poison the target and lower the target's Speed stat.
VI Venom Drench Status Clever 100% 20 (max 32)
     
     
All adjacent foes
Opposing Pokémon are drenched in an odd poisonous liquid. This lowers the Attack, Sp. Atk, and Speed stats of a poisoned target.
V Venoshock Special Beautiful 65 100% 10 (max 16)
     
     
Any adjacent Pokémon
The user drenches the target in a special poisonous liquid. This move's power is doubled if the target is poisoned.
All details are accurate to Generation VII games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual move's page. Target data assumes user is in the lower left.

Abilities

Interacting with the Poison type

A Pokémon with Protean or Libero will become a Poison-type Pokémon if it uses a Poison-type move. A Pokémon with Color Change, Imposter, RKS System, or Multitype will become a Poison-type Pokémon if (respectively) it is hit with a Poison-type move, is sent out against a Poison-type opponent, is holding a Poison Memory, or is holding a Toxic Plate or Poisonium Z.

Poison-type Pokémon are also immune to becoming poisoned from the Abilities Poison Point, Poison Touch, Synchronize, or Effect Spore.

Gen Ability Description
VII Corrosion The Pokémon can poison the target even if it's a Steel or Poison type.
All details are accurate to Generation IX games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual Ability's page.

Exclusive Abilities

Only Poison-type Pokémon can have these Abilities. This does not include signature Abilities.

Gen Ability Description
III Liquid Ooze The strong stench of the Pokémon's oozed liquid damages attackers that use HP-draining moves.
III Stench By releasing a stench when attacking, the Pokémon may cause the target to flinch.
VII Corrosion The Pokémon can poison the target even if it's a Steel or Poison type.
All details are accurate to Generation IX games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual Ability's page.

Items

Name Description
Black Sludge Black Sludge An item to be held by a Pokémon. If the holder is a Poison type, this sludge will gradually restore its HP. It damages any other type.
Kebia Berry Kebia Berry If a Pokémon holding this Berry is hit with a supereffective Poison-type move, the power of that move will be weakened.
Poison Barb Poison Barb An item to be held by a Pokémon. This small poisonous barb boosts the power of the holder's Poison-type moves.
Dream Poison Gem Sprite.png Poison Gem A gem with an essence of poison. When held, it strengthens the power of a Poison-type move one time.
Dream Poison Memory Sprite.png Poison Memory A memory disc that contains Poison-type data. It changes the type of the holder if held by a certain species of Pokémon.
Poison Tera Shard Poison Tera Shard On rare occasions, these shards form when a Tera Pokémon falls in battle and its Tera Jewel shatters.
Dream Poisonium Z Sprite.png Poisonium Z This is a crystallized form of Z-Power. It upgrades Poison-type moves to Z-Moves.
Toxic Plate Toxic Plate An item to be held by a Pokémon. This stone tablet is imbued with the essence of poison and boosts the power of the holder’s Poison-type moves.
Toxic Orb Toxic Orb An item to be held by a Pokémon. It's a bizarre orb that exudes toxins when touched and will badly poison the holder during battle.
All details are accurate to Generation IX games. For details that have changed between generations, please see an individual item's page.

Cram-o-matic

Name
Galarica Cuff Galarica Cuff
Max Repel Max Repel
Oran Berry Oran Berry
Petaya Berry Petaya Berry
Qualot Berry Qualot Berry
Repel Repel
Smoke Ball Smoke Ball
Super Repel Super Repel
Wishing Piece Wishing Piece

Notable Poison-type Trainers

Main article: Category:Poison-type Trainers
Gen Trainer Title Location
I VSKoga PE.png
Koga
Gym LeaderRBYFRLGPE
Elite FourGSCHGSS
Fuchsia GymRBYFRLGPE
Indigo PlateauGSCHGSS
II VSJanine.png
Janine
Gym LeaderGSCHGSS Fuchsia GymGSCHGSS
V VSRoxie.png
RoxieB2W2
Gym Leader Virbank Gym
VII VSPlumeria.png
Plumeria
Team Skull Admin Shady House
VIII VSKlara.png
KlaraSw
Pokémon Trainer
Gym Leader
Isle of Armor
VIII Legends Arceus Melli.png
Melli
Warden Moonview Arena
IX VSAtticus.png
Atticus
Team Star Navi Squad's Base

Icons

Core series

PoisonIC RSE.png PoisonIC FRLG.png PoisonIC Big.png PoisonIC BW.png PoisonIC XY.png PoisonIC SM.png PoisonIC PE.png PoisonIC.png Poison icon SwSh.png PoisonIC BDSP.png Poison icon SV.png PoisonIC LA.png Poison icon LA.png PoisonIC SV.png PoisonIC Tera.png TeraGem Poison.png
Icon from
Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, HeartGold and SoulSilver
Icon from
Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
Icon from
Generation IV
Icon from
Generation V
Icon from
Generation VI
Icon from
Pokémon Sun, Moon, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
Icon from
Let's Go, Pikachu!; Let's Go, Eevee!
Icon from
Pokémon Sword and Shield
Symbol icon from
Let's Go, Pikachu!; Let's Go, Eevee!; Sword, Shield and HOME (Gen VIII)
Icon from
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Brilliant Diamond, Shining Pearl, Scarlet and Violet, and HOME (Gen IX)
Icon from
Pokémon Legends: Arceus
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Legends: Arceus
Icon from
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Tera icon from
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet
Tera symbol icon from
Pokémon Scarlet and Violet

Side series

PoisonIC Stad.png PoisonIC Stad2.png PoisonIC Colo.png PoisonIC XD.png PoisonIC PBR.png
Icon from
Pokémon Stadium
Icon from
Pokémon Stadium 2
Icon from
Pokémon Colosseum
Icon from
Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness
Icon from
Pokémon Battle Revolution

Spin-off games

Poison Assist.png Battrio Poison type.png Tretta Poison type.png GO Poison.png PoisonIC RR.png PoisonIC Masters.png PMD DX Poison type.png Mezastar Poison type.png PoisonIC NPSnap.png Poison icon Sleep.png
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Ranger
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Battrio
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Tretta
Symbol icon from
Pokémon GO
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Rumble Rush
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Masters EX
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Mezastar
Symbol icon from
New Pokémon Snap
Symbol icon from
Pokémon Sleep

In the TCG

See also: Grass (TCG), Psychic (TCG) or Darkness (TCG)

Due to the decreased amount of types in the TCG, Poison-type Pokémon have been listed as three different types. They were listed as Grass-type Pokémon prior to the Diamond & Pearl set and as Psychic-type Pokémon from Diamond & Pearl to Cosmic Eclipse. Starting with Sword & Shield, they are now listed as Darkness-type.

Poison-type Pokémon in the TCG were generally weak to Psychic prior to Sword & Shield, as Grass or Psychic types, and are now weak to Fighting. They have no resistances. As Grass types, they were strong against some Fighting Pokémon prior to Diamond & Pearl; from Diamond and Pearl to Cosmic Eclipse, they were changed to the Psychic type, and were strong against most Fighting and Psychic types; and from Sword and Shield onward they are Darkness type, and are strong against most Psychic types. They can be resisted by Darkness from Diamond and Pearl to Cosmic Eclipse, as well as Metal until Sword and Shield.

Statistical averages

Overall

Stat
HP: 69.87
Attack: 75.07
Defense: 70.27
Sp.Atk: 73.17
Sp.Def: 72.95
Speed: 70.08
Total: 431.41


Fully evolved

Stat
HP: 84.76
Attack: 89.5
Defense: 84.44
Sp.Atk: 88.43
Sp.Def: 89.48
Speed: 83.35
Total: 519.96



Trivia

  • Generation I introduced the most Poison-type Pokémon of any generation, with 33, and Generation VI introduced the fewest Poison-type Pokémon, with two.
  • Generation I had more Poison-type Pokémon (33) than Water-type Pokémon (32), and it was the only generation where Poison is the most common type.
  • Generation I introduced the most Poison-type moves of any generation, with eight, and Generation II introduced the fewest Poison-type moves, with only one.
  • In Generation I, Poison-type moves are super effective against Bug-type Pokémon, while Bug-type moves are super effective against Poison-type Pokémon. This is the only case in which a pair of distinct types is super effective against each other.
  • A Pokémon of every type except Poison was added to the Sinnoh Pokédex in Pokémon Platinum.
  • The Poison type is the only one of the original 15 types not mentioned in the song 2.B.A. Master. Instead, the "Flame type" (which does not exist) is mentioned.
  • All types that are super effective against the Dark type are resisted by the Poison type.
  • The Poison type is the type that has been represented by the most types in the TCG, with three.
  • Only odd-numbered generations introduced pure Poison-type Pokémon.
    • Generation IX is the first one to break this chain, not adding any pure Poison-type Pokémon.
  • The Poison type is one of the only two types, the other being Fairy, to not have any moves that cause flinching.
  • The Poison type is tied with the Steel type for being the most common type among Ultra Beasts, with three Ultra Beasts being Poison- or Steel-type each.
  • Poison and Flying are the only types to have at least one Pokémon in every Egg Group (not counting the Ditto Egg Group).
  • The Poison type has been paired up with every other type except for Ice.

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese どく (毒) Doku
Chinese Cantonese Duhk
Mandarin
The Czech Republic Flag.png Czech Jedovatý
Denmark Flag.png Danish Gift
The Netherlands Flag.png Dutch Gif
Finland Flag.png Finnish Myrkky
France Flag.png French Poison
Germany Flag.png German Gift
Greece Flag.png Greek Δηλητηρίου Dilitiríou
Israel Flag.png Hebrew רעל Ra'al
India Flag.png Hindi पॉइज़न Poison
ज़हर Zahar*
Hungary Flag.png Hungarian Méreg
Indonesia Flag.png Indonesian Racun*
Beracun*
Italy Flag.png Italian Veleno
South Korea Flag.png Korean Dok
Malaysia Flag.png Malaysian Racun
Norway Flag.png Norwegian Gift
Poland Flag.png Polish Trujący
Portuguese Brazil Flag.png Brazil Venenoso
Veneno
Portugal Flag.png Portugal Veneno
Romania Flag.png Romanian Otravă
Russia Flag.png Russian Яд Yad
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Sweden Flag.png Swedish Gift
Giftig*
Thailand Flag.png Thai พิษ Phit
Turkey Flag.png Turkish Zehir
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